Campus-Wide RF: Solutions for our Changing World

Date of broadcast: Tue, 06/16/20
In this webinar, we will cover design and deployment strategies for large quantities of wireless microphones in a campus setting. Included will be a case study of Sennheiser Speechline Digital Wireless implemented at Michigan State University. The presentation will cover:

  • Wireless microphone components
  • RF Theory Basics
  • Frequency Ranges used for wireless microphones
  • Analog, Digital, and DECT technology
  • System Planning and Design
  • Management tools and strategy for multiple wireless microphone systems

Attendees will:

  • Develop a basic understanding of RF wireless microphone technology
  • Learn some best practices to ensure consistent RF performance when deploying wireless microphones across a campus environment
  • Learn how to manage large wireless microphone deployments on a daily basis

Scheduled speakers:

David Missall
Customer Development & Application Engineering
Sennheiser

Chris Phillips
Customer Development & Application Engineering
Sennheiser

Greg Koerner
Manager of Digital Classroom Services
Michigan State University Information Technology

Kenneth Fountain
Audio/Visual Engineer
Michigan State University

Who will benefit:

Users and designers hoping to get a baseline understanding of wireless microphone technology, IT professionals and university technical and support staff.

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