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LocusUSA Introduces the New DiagnostX NX-200 Series

MELBOURNE, FL, April 5, 2016 – LocusUSA, a world leader in the area of radio frequency (RF) capture for radio location and alignment analysis, is now shipping the new DiagnostX(TM) NX-200 series of remote receivers designed to extend the DiagnostX coverage of radio systems at a reduced cost. In the past, many agencies have moved their DiagnostX unit periodically from site to sitein order to cover their entire system. Others have licensed multiple DiagnostX units to set up a networked configuration to ensure continuous system-wide coverage. Now it is possible to use the smaller, more economical NX-200 to achieve the same result.


Up to four NX-200 Remote Receivers may be added to a single DX-2002 unit. All results are forwarded across the Ethernet LAN back to the DX-2002 unit and presented in a single consolidated view.


“We are pleased to offer our customers a smaller, more economical DiagnostX unit in order to analyze radio performance of multiple agency systems and larger geographical coverage areas,” said Jim Zaleta, sales and marketing manager for LocusUSA. “We have also set up a trade-in program for current customers to take advantage of this new offering through the end of the year.”


A photo of the NX-200 is available .


About LocusUSA

LocusUSA is an engineering and software development company located in Melbourne on the Space Coast of Florida. It is a world leader in the area of RF capture for radio location and alignment analysis.  The ability to analyze the actual waveform of a transmission enables their DiagnostX system to determine the alignment characteristics of a radio long range Over-the-Air (OTA) in real time.  The increasing market acceptance of LocusUSA’s patented technologies is helping to ensure the optimal performance of LMR radio systems throughout the United States and Canada. For more information, visit

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