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Offline phatdats

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Re: Wireless mic intereference
« Reply #15 on: May 04, 2022, 04:51:22 AM »
Just want to throw my $.02 here as an AV professional - you should ALWAYS scan every day before use. You have no idea who is doing what in your vicinity. I work 3/4 shows a week in Chicago area and we get RF interference maybe 20% of the time when setting up and leaving mics at the same freq as last time....  for sennhieser, the RF meter on the receiver should be your best friend!  The little bouncing bar graph on the left side of the display is RF.  You do not want it to move when transmitter is of.  Never.
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Re: Wireless mic intereference
« Reply #16 on: May 12, 2022, 01:43:10 AM »
Yep, it's true!
Here are another couple notes on RF stuff.


Near water? LOOK OUT FOR RANDOM BOATS!
Maritime radio can cause interference, and it might ONLY happen when a giant boat is nearby!


Links:
Moderately priced RF scanner is called the RF Explorer
http://j3.rf-explorer.com

Software to enable that to scan your choice of frequency ranges
Touchstone is one option:
http://rfexplorer.com/touchstone/

Another option besides the RF Explorer is the much-more-advanced, precise, and expensive Signal Hound, with it's PC-only Spike software...
https://signalhound.com
https://signalhound.com/news/spike-adds-an-lte-analysis-mode-at-no-cost/

 

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