Zaxcom Announces MRX214 Quad Wideband Receiver Module 

Zaxcom has debuted the MRX214 Quad Wideband Receiver Module for use with its Nova Recorder or RX-12/12-R Receiver Enclosures.

Zaxcom said the UHF diversity receiver consumes about half the power of a QRX212 and has an improved receiving range and 5db better dynamic range. It utilizes the High Q tunable tracking front end filter within its host device to combat interference and extend range.

The module is compatible with any Zaxcom digital recording wireless transmitter and with all Zaxcom modulations (Mono, Stereo, XR and ZHD). The modules can be easily added or hot-swapped as necessary.

The MRX214 sets a new Zaxcom standard for RF performance. The ultra-low noise floor (-135 dB) RF design will provide ultra-long range. The RF performance exceeds the previous generation of Zaxcom receivers by 5dB while enhancing the rejection of interfering signals from things like walkie talkies, cell phones and HD Television transmission by 10 dB.

You might also like...

The Sponsors Perspective: How 5GHz Boosts Digital Wireless Intercom In Broadcast Applications

Development of new technology and moving to the newly available 5GHz spectrum continue to expand the creative and technical possibilities for audio across live performance and broadcast productions.

Essential Guide: Improving Comms With 5GHz

As broadcasters continue to differentiate themselves through live programing and events, intercom is gaining more influence now than ever. This is especially true for large arena events where mobile crews demand the freedom of wireless connectivity. But as RF technology…

International Resolution Benefits Wireless Microphone Operators

Every three to five years, government delegations from around the globe gather at the Radiocommunication Assembly (RA) and World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) conducted by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) — the United Nations (U.N.) specialized agency for information and communication t…

Doctor Who And The Art Of Microphones

The BBC science fiction series Doctor Who is no stranger to controversy and general media attention. From its beginnings in the 1960s through to the 1980s, it has been called too scary - apparently causing people to watch from behind…

The Continuously Changing Landscape of Wireless Microphones

With all the recent upheaval over government spectrum auctions and newly evolving wireless microphone technology, it is no wonder that many wireless mic owners are confused. There is good reason to be. Wireless microphones are in a continuing fight with…