Monitor specific bands over time and highlight occurrences where signal strength exceeds a user-defined threshold -- that is, as an alert in the event the ambient RF energy, measured within specific bands, were to rise above a threshold value.

This feature is most valuable for a couple of different use-scenarios:

(a)  As an alert that an undesired signal was detected that poses a risk to one of the channels you've assigned to an audio transmitter in an RF coordination.

(b)  As confirmation that an expected transmitter is working and actively transmitting.

The check-boxes in the left-most column are used to enable / disable monitoring of the corresponding band.  Also, when not scanning, you can select a row and edit the 'Start', 'Stop' and 'Description' fields.

Under the main menu's Tools / Monitored Bands item you'll see four options:  'Save...', 'Load...', 'Add Row' and 'Remove Row'.  'Save' is used to save the current list of monitored bands to file, and 'Load' is used to re-load them.  In this way you don't need to re-enter your customized list of bands each time you run the program.  'Add Row' is used to add a blank row at the bottom of the list, and 'Remove Row' is used to remove the bottom-most band.