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RF Venue’s Don Boomer to host InfoComm 2022 Education Session “Avoiding Wireless Mic Dropouts”


Ashland, MA, USA — With changes and continuous limitations to the wireless spectrum, it’s getting harder to maintain reliable microphone and in ear monitor (IEM) performance. InfoComm 2022 exhibitor RF Venue (booth W1139), a leading global manufacturer of antenna and RF communications products, will host the InfoComm education session “Avoiding Wireless Mic Dropouts” on Thursday, June 9, 2022, from 3-3:30PM CDT in room ED03 in the Las Vegas Convention Center, free to all InfoComm registered attendees. The session, led by RF Venue senior applications engineer Don Boomer, will discuss the three most common reasons – range, multipath, and antenna polarization – for wireless microphone and IEM dropouts and offer simple solutions to improve performance. Boomer, who has over 30 years as a live sound provider and has worked in R&D in the past for Peavey, Sabine and Line 6, will also introduce an easy to way to predetermine the success or failure of a wireless microphone system.

The InfoComm session is a sample of RF Venue’s ongoing commitment to educating and training the industry on RF wireless technology, common problems and best practices for wireless system management, along with the solutions offered by RF Venue’s product line. The company’s free training offerings, organized in a three-tiered structure based on level of expertise and need, include: the 12-part Expert Series, a collection of video content led by Boomer for independent online training available to anyone looking to extend their knowledge of RF and wireless systems; live bi-monthly Zoom webinars, also available to all interested, that address challenging topics in RF and provide up-to-date knowledge on the most common issues with wireless microphones and IEM systems; and personalized, one-on-one sessions – available only to RF Venue partners, resellers, and system integrators who install RF Venue products – that hone in on specifics directly relevant to the participant’s facility and workflows, and dive deep into implementation and operation of RF Venue systems, getting into the “how” and “why” of the deployment of RF Venue’s user-friendly solutions.

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