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Radio neditry ahead: A quick update on the Narda Signal Shark that I got a couple weeks ago. A firmware update fixed many of the more glaring usability and performance issues that I encountered. So a revised set of impressions (not a "review").
Overview: wideband portable spectrum / signal analyzer / direction finder / receiver, 0-8 GHz, 40 MHz realtime BW.

Plusses: exceptional dynamic range and transient signal capture, mostly good demodulation. Generally wow.

Minuses: too many menus. Not enough buttons.
In particular, while the receiver performance is quite good (though demodulation isn't great), it's still hard to use under field conditions to reliably identify the signal you're seeing. The R&S PR100 is better in that regard. Hoping a future FW update improves this.
Side by side: Narda Signal Shark 3310 (left), R&S PR100 (right)
NARDA multiple window display.
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