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27 Mar 2019, 09.00 – 17.00
Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane, Australia

Shure Advanced Wireless Seminar

Shure Advanced Wireless Seminar

27 Mar 2019, 09.00 – 17.00
Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane, Australia

Shure Advanced Wireless Seminar

Frequency selection and coordination is critical to the successful design of wireless microphone and in-ear systems. This has become more so in recent years due to the reduction of available frequencies post the digital dividend reallocation. Frequency coordination tasks become more complex as the number of systems increases, often to the point of requiring a dedicated RF engineer on large productions.

This seminar teaches how to successfully setup, deploy and operate multi-channel wireless microphone and in-ear systems. The seminar is tailored around real world scenarios as encountered in today’s productions.

The Shure Advanced Wireless Seminar is a localised version, based off Shure factory endorsed training material, modified to reflect local Australian regulations and restrictions.


Topics covered include:

 • Radio Fundamentals and Frequency Allocation

 • Propagation, Antenna placement, Multi-path interference & diversity reception

 • Modulation (analogue & digital), Audio Processing, in-ear systems

 • Multi-system compatibility, intermodulation, interference, cables & distribution systems

 • Wireless management tools

 • Shure WWB6 Introduction

The training seminar makes extensive use of the Shure Wireless Workbench version 6 (WWB6) application for configuration, control and monitoring of wireless audio devices.

Recommended for any audio professional involved in the design and / or operation of wireless audio systems. Attendees should have previous experience with wireless audio systems and be familiar with technical terms and concepts.

Successful completion of this course qualifies you to earn 4 AVIXA CTS renewal units (RUs).

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