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  • Singular focus: No RF dropouts or interference, so your message is heard
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  • Broad applicability: RF Venue products work with any brand wireless microphone or IEM system
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Is Your Church's Wireless System Ready?


As the Easter holiday approaches, preparing your technical teams to setup wireless mics and in-ear systems is a top priority.  With the recent increase in live video streaming for church services, making sure wireless audio has a consistent, clear sound that Doesn't Drop Out, has never been more important.


Here are a few important steps to keeping your church's wireless system working during peak services:


  • Analyze your church’s RF spectrum conditions to spot issues 

  • Check your antennas and distribution equipment

  • Coordinate frequencies to manage your wireless systems


Analyze the spectrum to spot issues


Avoiding interference is critical for keep wireless systems on the air, avoiding drop outs. To give them a fighting chance, you need to stay at least 20 dB above the typical noise floor. 


TV stations, LED lighting, video walls, and 5G cellular service are typical sources of interference for wireless mics and IEMs.

Check Antenna Distribution and Antennas


Antenna Distribution for Wireless Microphones is different from Antenna Combining for In-Ear Monitoring, so pay attention to how your antennas are configured and placed. 


To learn more about Antenna placement, watch this recent RF Venue Webinar on Placing antennas for wireless microphones and in-ear monitors.

Two easy steps to verify proper frequency coordination


  1. With wireless mic transmitters turned off, make sure that front of that mic’s receiver has no RF signal present
  2. If there is noise, then choose a new frequency and check other mics one by one until all are clear






Lastly, make sure your coaxial cables are up to the task!

  • Check for any bends or bad kinks and replace them before use
  • Make sure the cable is 50 ohm type
  • Tech Tip for system designers: use our easy real time Wireless Performance Calculator tool 👇


Wireless Performance Calculator


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