Clear-Com Launched FreeSpeak II Wireless Intercom System

The system is ideal for deployment across large-scale, multi-zone production areas typically required in live events, broadcast and sports production.

The enhanced DECT-based offering operates in multiple license-free DECT bands from 1.897-1.933GHz and allows large numbers of wireless belt pack users to simultaneously roam across an expansive production area without compromising performance. Similar to its predecessor, FreeSpeak II can be implemented as a standalone base station wireless system or as an integrated wireless solution within Eclipse HX matrices, known as FreeSpeak II Integra.

When using the base station, up to 20 full-duplex wireless belt packs can be connected; in an integrated matrix setup, as many as 50 full-duplex wireless belt packs can be used at the same time by strategically placing 10 or more distributed remote antennas to create an expansive coverage zone. These belt pack users are then able to directly communicate with any other remote or local matrix panel or other wire belt pack user who is on the Eclipse HX Matrix System network.

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