Filtering Posts By: "frequency coordination"
08.10.2012| By Allison Wolcott|
Shure Technical Training Manager Gino Sigismondi continues our new Learning Center webinar series with two August offerings: THURSDAY, AUGUST 23; Frequency Coordination for Wireless Systems Learn (or brush up on) the basics of frequency coordination …
02.27.2012| By Shure Notes|
The first TV Bands Device (aka “white space device” or WSD) has been approved by the FCC and was released to the market on January 26, 2012. The device is the model AWR Agility White Space Radio manufactured by KTS Wireless (http://www.ktswireless.com/products-and-services/agility-white-space-radio-awr/). This is a fixed device, which is intended to provide wireless broadband access for a wide variety of voice, video, or data equipment (everything from environmental monitoring equipment to traffic cameras). Fixed device Agility White Space Radio currently being tested in Wilmington, North Carolina Deployment of the KTS device will initially be limited …tagsAgility White Space Radiofrequency coordinationTV Bandswhite space devicewhite spaceswirelesswireless audiowireless microphone
02.01.2012| By Shure Notes|
While wireless systems have freed performers from the bonds of cords and cables, they’ve unleashed a dizzying array of headaches for the sound crew. Getting a wireless system to behave predictably is a challenge faced by touring professionals and newbies alike. No one and no system is immune. Still, it doesn’t have to be guessing game. Understanding the basics of how wireless systems and radio waves function will help you consistently triumph over dropouts, interference and distortion. You can start right now by avoiding these common errors. 1. Signal blockage Maintain line-of-sight between the transmitter …