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Wireless Systems and Antenna Placement
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Shure Whiteboard – Wireless System Companding Explained

In this month’s Whiteboard Session, Senior Product Management Specialist, Stuart Stephens explains wireless companding and how it works. Read the article below, or scroll down to watch the Whiteboard Video. Companding is a process that happens in all analogue wireless systems to accommodate the limited dynamic range of FM radio. The process takes its name […]
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Look, Ma! No Wires! How Wireless Microphones Changed Theatre

ZOE MILTON, stage sound engineer and Administrator at the ASD, the UK’s Association of Sound Designers, reflects on how improvements in wireless microphone technology have changed her working life, and looks to the future. Theatre sound has experienced a quiet revolution over the past 20 years as a result of the increasing reliability, affordability and […]
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Shure Whiteboard – Rechargeables for Wireless

Shure UK Senior Applications Engineer, Tom Colman explores rechargeable battery options for wireless microphones - moving from standard disposable batteries to modern integrated rechargeables. Read the article below, or scroll down to watch the Whiteboard Video. Wireless microphones and in-ear monitor systems all need power from somewhere. Traditionally, wireless operators use a standard portable cell […]
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Shure Whiteboard – Digital Wireless Latency Explained

Shure UK Project Engineer, Stuart Stephens explores digital wireless latency and what causes latency in a digital wireless system. Read the article below, or scroll down to watch the Whiteboard Video. Latency is the amount of time it takes for our signal to journey from input (microphone capsule) to audio output (analogue audio output on […]
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Digital Decoded – The Advantage of Digital Wireless According to RF Experts

We explore digital wireless tech by learning about what modern RF experts think of the trend towards more digital systems and the potential benefits. Over recent years, we’ve seen the RF landscape change dramatically. Our industry, in particular, was significantly affected, with PMSE users (Programme Making and Special Events) losing access to large portions of […]
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Shure Whiteboard – Analogue vs Digital Wireless

In this month’s Shure Whiteboard Session, Shure Senior Applications Engineer, Tom Colman explains some of the basic differences between digital and analogue wireless systems. (Video at the bottom of this article).  For many years, analogue wireless systems ruled the airwaves, but in recent years we’ve seen increasing amounts of digital systems. On the surface, one might […]
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Why the future of wireless is digital

Shure UK Pro Audio Group Manager, Tuomo Tolonen explains what’s driving the development of digital wireless systems and how they can benefit the modern RF engineer.  As the amount of spectrum available for use by wireless mic operators continues to shrink, most microphone manufacturers (including Shure) are drawn increasingly towards digital wireless technology as part […]