Finding signal in the noise. RF Spectrum, wireless audio, and more.
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Heads up- your wireless microphones and IEMs in the 600 MHz band are now officially illegal. FCC TV re-pack update, changes to spectrum conditions, and potentially impact on the T-Band 470-512 MHz
Webinar Recording for Session#6: Spectrum Analysis Tools. Hardware spectrum analyzers, software, and remote monitoring and management for wireless microphones and IEMs.
Webinar Recording for Session#5: Coax cable types, signal loss, impedance, do's and don'ts, and the ever popular 50 ohm vs. 75 ohm are discussed, along with Q&A from participants.
Webinar recording from the fourth RF Training and Q&A Session: Create a Link Budget
Webinar recording from the third RF Training and Q&A Session: Antenna Placement Considerations for Wireless Mics
Webinar recording from the second RF Training and Q&A Session: Why Wireless Mics Dropout
Webinar recording from the first RF Training and Q&A Session: Why Wireless Mics Dropout
As we head into a new year, most people are now aware that the 600 MHz spectrum was largely sold off and that mobile phone service is moving in and lighting up. Here's an update to see where we are in that process.
We received a number of questions about it and decided to do a follow up post with more detail and explore some more advanced techniques. The most frequent question we received was about the guard band between groups: What's the right amount of spacing between my mics and IEMs?
How to configure wireless microphone and In-ear monitor systems for best performance. Antenna placement, frequency spacing, RF coordination software, and bandpass filtering are covered.
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