TinySA Ultra Spectrum Analyzers Now In Stock

The TinySA Ultra, in my opinion one of the two best signals intelligence (SIGINT) collection tools available off the shelf today, is now in stock at the Brushbeater Store:

What’s so great about it? A spectrum analyzer gives a visual spike and waterfall of signals its receiving. That means the users are getting a real time image of everything transmitting over a wide space of the radio spectrum. The TinySA allows the end user to do this all the way up to 5.3 GHz, meaning the ability to monitor for threats from drones as well as tactical two way communications. This version features the largest, easiest to read and use screen, and works extremely well with the improvised antennas we build in class and are described in The Guerrilla’s Guide to the Baofeng Radio.

We use these heavily in the Signals Intelligence course paired with Communications Receivers and scanners to target and intercept specific communications. Because we use these as much as we do, I sourced them direct from the manufacturer to offer them at the ABSOLUTE LOWEST PRICE YOU’LL FIND ON THE INTERNET. Y’all asked for an alternative to sourcing gear from Amazon, I’m just getting warmed up.

Our community deserves it. Y’all stood behind me in making The Guerrilla’s Guide to the Baofeng Radio a #1 Amazon bestseller for six months now. And I’m using that to return the favor. Y’all deserve it. And you need it.

4 thoughts on “TinySA Ultra Spectrum Analyzers Now In Stock

  1. Joe

    Could you compare/contrast this unit and the HackRF units? If I use an SDR(with waterfall) to monitor the spectrum, What is this offering me?

  2. John McDonald

    Does this supplement or replace the RF Explorer hand held spectrum analyzer 6G , you’ve mentioned that were in previous classes. .. another item CD100 OptoElectronics Multicounter. Alinco DJ-X11T receiver.
    Looking forward to being able to acquire directly from you, items you use and benefit from our purchase.

    If you could list items, you plan on having available so those of us building our comms/Intel gathering inventory … don’t waste money on something inferior to intend to have … some times the more expensive or too advanced wouldn’t be suitable.

    Back several months ago, you and Bob RMR bought TBR-119, haven’t heard anything since ?? I got 1 of the 10 Bob ordered … haven’t used … had total knee replacement surgery.

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