Reduced capacities for wireless applications being brought about by the reallocation of broadcast frequencies has prompted Neutrik to develop DIWA
Reduced capacities for wireless applications being brought about by the reallocation of broadcast frequencies has prompted Neutrik to develop DIWA (digital wireless audio), a technology that the company claims is able to ‘fulfil the future demands in an innovative way’.
The first product based on DIWA technology to be released is the Xirium professional multichannel-wireless system, which uses a proprietary error correction system and has extremely low (3ms) latency and high resistance to interference.
A four-channel base unit (Xirium TRX) and with mobile send (Xirium TX) and receiving units (Xirium RX) give first access to the Xirium system. With an extension unit (Xirium TRX Slave) the system can easily be extended to eight channels. Allocation and the selection of input and output channels are flexibly configurable and allow the versatile use of the system.
Using the 5GHz frequency band, Neutrik reckons to have addressed all problems with radio frequency shortage, as well as offering a future-proof system that can be built without complex approval processes and an extensive search for frequencies.
On the interconnect side of its business, Neutrik’s Angled 19-inch Panel has a 30° forward-turned face and offers 12 D-shape connector mounting cut-outs with M3 threaded fastening holes for use in racks in demanding environments. The plug2PLUG is a simple, yet sophisticated plug adapter for a quick and easy connection of two mono TS plugs.
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