|Create Date||October 7, 2014|
|Last Updated||March 3, 2017|
Wireless microphones provide singers, performers, and presenters with the freedom of mobility unconstrained by cables.
But this benefit has historically been provided at the cost of compromised audio quality, radio interference artefacts, and setup complexity.
For over fifty years analogue FM radio technology has been the dominant approach utilised for wireless microphones, but now digital wireless promises to usher in an era of uncompromised, problem-free performance.
This white paper’s goal is to provide a technical background of both traditional analogue wireless and digital wireless technology, and to provide insight into the differences between them.
|Wireless Microphone Technology Guide|