Dealing With Dropouts

When the AV application calls for a wireless microphone system, you're always on the lookout for the dreaded dropout. Dropouts often occur when RF signals arrive at a location (the receiver antenna) at the same time, in what's known as multipath null.
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Dealing With Dropouts

When the AV application calls for a wireless microphone system, you're always on the lookout for the dreaded dropout. Dropouts often occur when RF signals arrive at a location (the receiver antenna) at the same time, in what's known as multipath null.

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