Recent Posts tagged with Spectrum

Dale Pro Audio Event Focuses on RF Issues, Solutions

Dale Pro Audio’s RF Summit 2017 brought much of the technology leadership in the volatile wireless-audio sector together last week to its offices and showroom in New York City. It was Friday the 13th, but a series of presentations and panels from technology executives at wireless-systems manufacturers and RF-spectrum managers made clear that the industry […]  More

Post-Auction, the Spectrum Landscape Remains Tumultuous

The aftermath of the FCC spectrum auction is turning out to be as complicated as the auction itself was. Professional users of wireless microphones have been receiving unwelcome surprises in the form of unexpected use of recently acquired UHF spectrum by mobile-network providers who bought it during the auction, which concluded in March. A dust-up […]  More

RAD’s Jim Stoffo: Read ‘the Fine Print’ on the FCC’s Wireless-Transition Period

The transition period from the end of the 600 MHz-spectrum auction was clearly spelled out as 39 months. Less clear, as many have discovered since the FCC’s incentive auction closed on April 14, is that the transition period is not solely reserved for wireless-microphone users contemplating their options to move to other parts of the […]  More

Harmonic Playout Platform Powers MLB Network Workflow

MLB Network has upgraded its existing Harmonic playout platform with a new software-based Spectrum X advanced media server system. Using the Spectrum X server for MPEG-2 HD playout and recording, MLB Network has achieved increased workflow efficiency, simplicity, and reliability for its extensive studio programming and live game coverage, including 150 regular season games, Postseason […]  More

FCC Enables Wireless-Mic Use in New Spectrum

New rules adopted by the FCC on Aug. 6 address the long-term needs of wireless-microphone users by providing continued access to the 600 MHz band and expanding access to other bands. The commission also adopted a Report & Order that modernizes its Part 15 rules to permit unlicensed fixed and personal/portable white-space devices and unlicensed […]  More

FCC Enables Wireless-Mic Use in New Spectrum, Allows Sharing in TV Bands

New rules adopted by the FCC on Aug. 6 address the long-term needs of wireless-microphone users by providing continued access to the 600 MHz band and expanding access to other bands. The commission also adopted a Report & Order that modernizes its Part 15 rules to permit unlicensed fixed and personal/portable white-space devices and unlicensed […]  More

FCC Backs More Unlicensed Use of TV, 600 MHz Bands

The Federal Communications Commission on Sept. 30 announced proposals to modify its Part 15 rules affecting the use of unlicensed wireless devices ahead of the spectrum incentive auction expected to take place around the middle of next year. Following the incentive auction, with the repacking of the television band and the repurposing of current television […]  More

FCC R&O Addresses Spectrum Changes for Wireless Mics

By Steve Harvey, SVG Contributor With the release on June 2 of the FCC’s Incentive Auction Report and Order (R&O), following the May 15 vote — a 3-2 decision along party lines — the long-term future looks to be full of potential changes and challenges for users of wireless microphones and in-ear monitors.  More

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