Try Googling "RF Power Monitor Ethernet".
These two commercial offerings look good (they appear to be the same), but
also look expensive (no prices shown):
This company has a ham-oriented solution that might work for you:
They don't offer the power/SWR monitor itself -- they have electronics that
connect to a Bird 43.
Another option would be to use a meter that has an RS-232 interface and
connect an Ethernet-to-serial adapter to it. I've not used an
Ethernet-to-serial adapter, so I don't know what's involved to connect to it
and don't know the cost. As for power/SWR meters with RS-232, the LP-100A
from N8LP (Telepost, Inc.) is an excellent choice if accuracy is important.
If that's too expensive for you, the Elecraft W2 has a built-in serial port
and provides acceptable accuracy.
Hope this helps.
73, Dick WC1M
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Smith [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2012 2:31 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [TowerTalk] IP Enabled SWR Meter
> Anyone know of an Power/SWR meter with an ethernet interface on it that
> would enable you to remotely monitor a VHF radio over the internet? We
> have a router on-site with private IPs that could be assigned to the
> interface. Thanks - ND4X
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