Lincoln, NE (December 16, 2014)—Radio Active Designs’ (RAD) UV-1G wireless intercom system, featuring Enhanced Narrow Band technology, is now shipping.
Enhanced Narrow Band technology is a form of Amplitude Modulation (AM) that reportedly makes the transmitter’s occupied bandwidth more predictable. As a result, the UV-1G offers RF channels possessing an occupied bandwidth of 25 kHz with the audio characteristics one would expect from a traditional FM system. The system utilizes the relatively unused VHF range for all belt pack portable devices, leaving more room for operation of other wireless devices, such as wireless microphones and in-ear monitors.
The UV-1G also implements a host of digital processing technologies intended to help produce sound quality with the warmth and intelligibility of an FM system. Rather than pre-assign modes of operation for the user interface buttons, UV-1G belt packs include two programmable buttons that offer users a choice of multiple independent functions that can be programmed. The headset connector on both the belt packs and the base station is field changeable between 5-pin female and 4-pin male to accommodate a variety of systems based mostly on the industry served.
The belt packs also implement internal antennas to alleviate the problem of bending, breaking, or completely losing the antenna. In addition, they include a 1/8-inch stereo audio input so that monitor technicians may connect IEM receivers directly to their belt packs. This input can be used for any audio source, and there's only one band split so that every belt pack works with every base station on the event.
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