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Is VHF the Answer to the Spectrum Crunch?

Last week Lectrosonics announced the release of the IFB-VHF, a 174-216 MHz tuned version of their popular IFB-UHF system. (Which, by the way, has nothing to do with, and does…


Don't Let Rehearsals Fool Your Wireless Microphone

Too often, we receive worried calls from techs or FOH engineers that go a little something like this: “We set up and coordinated our wireless during rehearsals on Tuesday, but…


Everything You Need to Know about 2.4 GHz Wireless Microphones

New 2.4 GHz wireless microphones dropped at this year's NAMM, including the AKG DMSTetrad, and Sennheiser EW-D1. While we are not prepared to offer critical reviews of these new…


RF Venue Antennas Support Times Square Musical Festival

  In this video, we see how our antennas formed the backbone for a dozen delay towers at the CBGB music festival. The towers were wirelessly networked by…


Broncos Stadium Upgrade a Case Study in Temporary, Event Specific Spectrum Crunches

The Denver Post recently ran a story about a cellular upgrade carried out by AT&T for the Broncos Stadium. The upgrade addressed low to non-existent cell reception on…


2.4 GHz Microphones Gaining Speed on Corporate Gigs

Prior to the 2.4 GHz wireless microphones from Line 6, cheap consumer grade microphones were more likely to make use of the 2.4 and 5.8 GHz bands,…


Making Wireless Digital Intercoms the Best They Can Be

The next next generation of wireless digital intercoms is eclipsing analog. And for good reason; digital systems support a larger number of beltpacks, simultaneous communication, and software integration. Coms like…


Comparing UHF and 2.4 GHz Wireless Microphones

A lot of our dealers are asking about the benefits and drawbacks of UHF/TV-Band (470-698 MHz) wireless mics versus the newer 2.4 GHz digital wireless systems that have…