Wireless microphones

Liles, Bennett
April 1999
Broadcast Engineering;Apr99, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p102
Trade Publication
Details the use of wireless microphones. Operation of wireless microphones; Factors that will ensure a clear signal and the optimal performance of wireless microphone systems; Dropouts and noiseups; Antennas and diversity.


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