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Alteros Introduces Direct-To-Fiber Extension For Wireless Mics

Alteros, owned by Audio-Technica, said the standard GTX system allows up to 32 GTX32 transceivers to each be connected to a 3U GTX3224 control unit with up to 1000 feet of Cat 5 cable, creating a L.A.W.N. (local area wireless microphone network) system to communicate bidirectionally with up to 24 GTX24 wireless microphone transmitters.

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That’s 24 microphone channels and 24 talkback channels with an additional eight group channels. With the introduction of the GTX3224F control unit version, 16 rear-panel Cat 5 transceiver ports are replaced with six fiber ports.

Fiber connections measured in miles instead of feet. They can connect the control unit to up to six GTX-FX8 eight-port fiber breakout nodes for remote Cat 5 connection to the network and power for to up to 48 GTX32 transceivers (up to 16 GTX32s can be connected directly to the GTX3224F by Cat 5 for a total capability of 64).

The result is a system intended to cover extremely large venues and multiple locations within a venue. ESPN deployed an Alteros Direct-to-Fiber GTX system for coverage of the 2018 U.S. Open Tennis Championships.

The Alteros GTX system operates in interference-free spectrum using true-digital, UWB pulse signals and MESH and network technology.— Broadcast Bridge

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