Wireless audio devices
Scale and scope
• $34 billion worth of economic activity was enabled by
wireless audio1
• More than 140,000 Australian’s u...
Wireless audio at Eurovision
From 1956 to 1979
Only wired microphones only
1980 to 1997
Wired microphones and between
4 an...
Wireless audio spectrum sample -
March 2009 Sydney Entertainment Centre
62 channels deployed
Wireless audio spectrum sample -
March 2009 Sydney Entertainment Centre
Digital Divided Spectrum
62 channels deployed
Wireless audio spectrum sample -
March 2009 Sydney Entertainment Centre
Digital Divided Spectrum
Block
E
62 channels deplo...
Wireless audio spectrum sample-
March 2009 Sydney Entertainment Centre
Digital Divided Spectrum
Restricted for
TV broadcas...
Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (AC...
Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (AC...
Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (AC...
Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (AC...
Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (AC...
Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (AC...
Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (AC...
Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (AC...
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Wireless audio devices - Ian Harvey, Executive Officer, Australian Commercial & Entertainment Technologies Association (ACETA) and Executive Director, Australian Wireless Audio Group (AWAG)

  1. 1. Wireless audio devices
  2. 2. Scale and scope • $34 billion worth of economic activity was enabled by wireless audio1 • More than 140,000 Australian’s used or rely on the use of these devices for their employment2 • At least 8 million Australian’s participate each week in wireless audio enabled activities from just the fitness, tertiary, worship, meetings and conventions, and live music sectors3 • 14 million TV viewers each week enjoy content created using wireless audio including sports, news and reality TV 1 and 2, Unthethering the Microphone, Windsor Place Consulting 2010 3 AWAG, from data provided by the respective representative bodies
  3. 3. Wireless audio at Eurovision From 1956 to 1979 Only wired microphones only 1980 to 1997 Wired microphones and between 4 and 24 channels of radio mics were deployed. 1998 In-ear monitoring (IEM) was added total of 40 ch Mic + 2 ch IEM 1998 onwards There is a detailed history of wireless audio deployment at Eurovision Song Contest 2000 Stockholm 48 ch Mic + 16 ch IEM 2002 Tallinn 54 ch Mic + 16 ch IEM 2007 Helsinki 56 ch Mic + 16 ch IEM 2010 Oslo 72 ch Mic + 32 ch IEM 2011 Düsseldorf 82 ch Mic + 40 ch IEM 2012 Baku 104 ch Mic + 40 ch IEM use of wireless devices for this event has doubled.
  4. 4. Wireless audio spectrum sample - March 2009 Sydney Entertainment Centre 62 channels deployed
  5. 5. Wireless audio spectrum sample - March 2009 Sydney Entertainment Centre Digital Divided Spectrum 62 channels deployed
  6. 6. Wireless audio spectrum sample - March 2009 Sydney Entertainment Centre Digital Divided Spectrum Block E 62 channels deployed
  7. 7. Wireless audio spectrum sample- March 2009 Sydney Entertainment Centre Digital Divided Spectrum Restricted for TV broadcast 62 channels deployed Block E

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