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RFvenue RF Spotlight Antenna Test

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TEST SETUP: 10 mW Shure ULX handheld transmitter tuned to 525.25 MHz 5 feet above ground, 50 ft. LMR-400 coaxial cable and dipole reference placed at receiver position 50 feet from microphone …

TEST SETUP: 10 mW Shure ULX handheld transmitter tuned to 525.25 MHz 5 feet above ground, 50 ft. LMR-400 coaxial cable and dipole reference placed at receiver position 50 feet from microphone

This is a simple comparison of the RF Spotlight 'local field' antenna, which is placed onstage or in the area of wireless microphone, IEM, or intercom use

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  • 1. RF SPOTLIGHT ANTENNA TEST Dipole Reference @ 50 Feet RF Spotlight Mic MicTEST SETUP included a 10 mW Shure ULX handheldtransmitter tuned to 525.25 MHz 5 feet above ground, 50 feet LMR-400 coaxial cable,and a dipole reference placed at the receiver position 50 feet from the microphone. RF www.RFvenue.comSpotlight placed 5 feet from microphone position.

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