Mobile InterferenceHunter Help : Introduction and Installation
 
Introduction and Installation
 
Introduction
System Requirements
Installing the MX280007A Mobile InterferenceHunter Software
Installing the License Key
Import License
Drag-and-Drop License
Configuring the Computer to Instrument Connections
Connecting via an Ethernet Crossover Cable
Connecting via the TP Link TL-WR802N Wireless Router
Connecting MIH to the Spectrum Analyzer
Setting Up an External USB GPS Antenna
Loading Maps into MIH
Using OpenStreetMap™
Using Google/Baidu Maps
Setting Up the Spectrum Analyzer
Setting Up the Channel Power Measurement Mode
Installing the System into a Vehicle
Introduction
Welcome to Anritsu's Mobile InterferenceHunter (MIH) Help. Mobile InterferenceHunter is a drive tool for locating RF interference sources. Mobile InterferenceHunter is a Microsoft Windows application. It runs on a laptop or tablet computer and can connect to Anritsu handheld spectrum analyzers through an Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi via a travel router. The system displays multiple indicators of power levels which aid in determining the location of the interfering signal source.
This chapter details the initial setup of the hardware, software, and interfaces to the instrument and its RF connections. Display Layout describes the software user interface and features. Using the MIH describes how to perform specific tasks within the Mobile InterferenceHunter software.