FCC selling off more of our bandwidth to phone companies. Time to prepare...
by Leonard Wikberg III
I have a couple of Sennheiser solutions for everyone using wireless microphone systems.
The first is a digital system that has automatic channel search and is a "set it and forget it" system. It is rated for voice quality transmission, but not music. This system operates at 1.9GHz frequency and should not be problematic with encroachment of other technologies.
The second is a analog system, at a little higher cost. This analog system requires the selection of proper frequencies in your area, which I can research for you. It is a little more difficult to initially set up. I could assist, on site for a minimal cost. This analog system is rated for voice and music transmission. These analog units have ethernet ports for computer control of frequency management and other functions. These units can even do a frequency scan for optimal performance, if the airwaves change in your area. The advantage to computer control, is you can manage all your systems from one location.
Our engineering of the proper frequencies for your systems, should alleviate this future problem of interference by cellular phone companies and other wireless technologies.
RIGHT NOW a trade up credit is available until the end of 2017. Sennheiser requires that the trade up systems, to be in the future frequencies that are going to be lost soon to cel phones. These acceptable trade up units have to be in the 600 MHz range.
If you have any questions, just give me a call.
Leonard Wikberg III
Southern USA Office