RF Venue’s New Wireless System Builder App Now Specs Mics Globally, Too
RF Venue has released an update to its Wireless System Builder app, a free web-based tool for designing and deploying wireless microphones and in-ear monitors. Building on the app’s ability to specify the best wireless equipment based on local spectrum activity at a live event or installation location in the USA, the company has now added automatic frequency coordination, spectrum scan file upload capabilities, and a workflow for users outside the USA. Wireless System Builder also recommends project-tailored RF Venue essential accessories, including single-package true diversity antennas featuring patented cross-polarization technology, the invisible-performance Architectural series antennas and RF Venue’s full range of antenna distribution, in-ear monitor combiners and in-line filters.
Wireless System Builder users can also now upload industry-standard CSV scan files directly to their project for even better frequency coordination, with exclusion thresholds for avoiding interfering signals, band planning for keeping wireless mics and in-ear monitors in the separate spectrum, and exporting files compatible with Shure Wireless Workbench and Audio-Technica Wireless Manager networked control systems. The application is continuously updated with the latest FCC TV spectrum data and can also coordinate frequency with a global scan file for international users.