Wisycom Intros Dual Channel Diversity Receiver

Wisycom recently debuted its new MPR52-ENG Dual Diversity Receiver, designed for professional ENG applications.

The new Wisycom MPR52-ENG has two built-in diversity receivers with both analog and digital outputs. The receivers can tune through up to 790 MHz in the 470 - 1260 MHz range, and they feature next generation multiband front-end filtering.

The software selectable wideband and narrowband DSP-FM operation gives users options based on their project needs. Country specific Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) filters are also available (USA: 935-960 MHz and Japan: 1240-1260 MHz).

The MPR52-ENG features an extreme low noise Voltage-controlled Oscillator (VCO) with ultrafast spectrum scanning for optimal quick and easy setup. The automatic scan and transmitter programming works via infrared technology. This receiver is DSP-based for extreme flexibility and multi-companding operations. It can be monitored and controlled through USB and Wisycom Manager 2.0 software, which transforms the MPR52-ENG into a quick and low noise portable spectrum scanner.

Matching the MPR30-ENG receiver offered by Wisycom, the MPR52-ENG features a dual diversity configuration with two whip antennas. This receiver also offers convenient function buttons, including a dedicated frequency scan option. Battery management is flexible as it features standard battery packs that can be charged with the dedicated charger or through the micro-USB-B connector.

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