Rigexpert AA-30.Zero

Low cost HF antenna analyzer component.

Rigexpert AA-30.zero
Rigexpert AA-30.zero

RigExpert AA-30.Zero

HF Antenna Analyzer

The AA-30.zero by RigExpert is a new DIY Antenna Analyzer component you

Rigexpert AA-30.Zero

can use to build your own low cost arduino antenna analyzyer project, by integrating an arduino pcb, lcd display or even better a led display and the aa-30.zero.

.ZERO is even more powerful than the good old AA-30


RigExpert AA-30.ZERO

It is a standard AA-30 analyzer but without enclosure, LCD display and keypad.

But .ZERO is even more powerful than the good old AA-30.

Why is that ?

Creating AA-30.ZERO we met the numerous wishes of radio amateurs and DIY-hobbyists to give them a measuring tool that can be easily integrated into their own projects.

Are .ZERO ready for use?

Yes, it has everything necessary on board, so user can connect .ZERO to the PC (through USB-to-RS232 adaptor) and perform all the usual set of laboratory measurements.
.ZERO perfectly works with our AntScope software.

Want to DIY ?

Experienced user can pair .ZERO with the Arduino board making his own hardware/software project. Because .ZERO is compatible with Arduino standard.
Also we have already prepared examples of running .ZERO in the DIY projects.

Want to make your own automatic antenna tuner ? Use .ZERO!
Want to perform RF-circuits or antenna analysis remotely ? Pair .ZERO with the ESP8266 Wi-Fi SoM and do it!
Want to tune your antenna with driven elements sharply ? Use .ZERO to fine tuning.

Price & Power

It is not possible to find such an accurate and powerful analyzer at this price!
The dreams of radio amateurs will come true with this cheap and reliable device!

The AA-30.ZERO is intended for users who require flexibility, low-cost, and small size.
It comes without on-board USB or pin headers to keep the cost down.
It’s a best choice for a measuring core you want to leave embedded in a project.
Please note that the .ZERO operates at 5V (like most Arduino or Arduino compatible boards).
Be sure to provide the correct power and use components/adaptors whose operating voltage matches .ZERO.

Connecting .ZERO to the PC

The .ZERO comes without built-in USB circuitry, so an off-board USB-to-TTL serial convertor must be used to communicate with the .ZERO.
.ZERO communicates with external devices throug UART interface.
For these purposes two UART interfaces are provided: UART1 (pins 0/TX1 and 2/RX1) and UART2 (pins 4/TX2 and 7/RX2).
By default .ZERO uses UART2 interface.
To make our first project we could get, for example, the SparkFun USB UART Serial Breakout.


Frequency range: 0.06 to 30 MHz
Frequency entry: 1 Hz resolution
Measurement for 25, 50, 75 and 100-Ohm systems

Housing: none
Display: 4 LED
Power supply: external
Communication interface: UART

SWR measurement range: 1 to 100 in numerical mode,
R and X range: 0…10000, -10000…10000 in numerical mode,
RF output
• Connector type: SMA, included, not mounted
• Output signal shape: square, 0.06 to 30 MHz
• Output power: +13 dBm (at 50 Ohm load)

• Supply: External 5V
• Current consumption (max) 150 mA

General data
Dimensions (W x H x D) 55 mm x 69 mm x 5 mm (PCB only w/o connectors)
(2.1 in x 2.7 in x 0.2 in)
Weight 310 g (10.9 Oz) w/o connectors
Operating temperature 0…40 °C (32…104 °F)

NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice

Buy AA-30.Zero

Price of the AA-30.Zero antenna analyzer is aproximately uder the 90 USD.
Locate the RigExpert Dealer near you or buy Direct from RigExpert


AA-30.Zero demonstration

Learn how simple is to realize a low cost hf antenna analyzer in this video published by Alex UR4MCB.

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