Wisycom to Show Latest Diversity Receivers at AES

Wisycom will highlight its MPR52-ENG Dual Channel Diversity Receiver, which includes two built-in diversity receivers with both analog and digital outputs, at AES in New York City.

Wisycom said it also features a 790 MHz switching bandwidth in the 470/1260 MHz range and next-generation multiband front-end filtering. Software-selectable wideband and narrowband DSP-FM operation enables reliable use of multiple wireless channels within a tight RF space. This occupies a minimal RF spectrum and fits the constraints of any production environment.

The company will also showcase its new LFA Ultra-Wideband Active Antenna (LFA),which operates in the 410-1300 MHz frequency range and provides antenna gain of 7dBi and adjustable RF Amp gain of from -12 to +27dbm for maximum dynamic range control.

The antenna also features three RF filters, including tunable, fixed and high-/low-band pass, which can be managed through four key navigation buttons and a TFT display. The optional BFA-B/BFA-N Ultra-Wideband Booster (BFA) offers the same features as the LFA without the antenna element, for use as an in-line filter and booster solution with existing passive antennas.

"We are very excited to be presenting Wisycom products for the first time ever at AES," said Jim Dugan, president of Wisycom USA. "Our attendance at AES will help us to further grow the brand's presence in the United States, and the Americas at large. It is the perfect arena to showcase our wireless and RF solutions to the theater, broadcast and live sound businesses that are so prominent in this region."

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