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alex.cerutti

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Learning resources
« on: March 08, 2017, 02:52:39 pm »

Hi All, can anyone please point me in the direction of some good books, videos, or web site to improve my understanding wireless audio please, im talking about everything from the electronics and how it works to RF gain structure and antenna design and use, and everything in between.

Cheers
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Diogo Nunes Pereira

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Re: Learning resources
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2017, 07:37:00 pm »

Hi All, can anyone please point me in the direction of some good books, videos, or web site to improve my understanding wireless audio please, im talking about everything from the electronics and how it works to RF gain structure and antenna design and use, and everything in between.

Cheers

Hi Alex, my two cents:

I can't not put this one first: Best Audio - on the topic of RF Coordination, and then more. This is Pete Erskine (moderator on this forum) site; terrific source of knowledge, links and RF scans repository. RF Coordination for Roadies is a must read.

Tait Radio Academy - about 2-way (LMR) radio communications.

Lectrosonics FAQs page, White Paper section and Wireless Microphone Systems book will give you plenty to go about. I wish Lectrosonics would revise this document, but still, it's an oldie, but a goodie!!

Shure webinars and publications: Selection and Operation of Wireless Microphone by Tim Vear and also this one about Antenna Setup.

Anritsu RF Fundaments webinars were quite important for my understanding of deep RF (and physics) concepts.

Radio Electronics - Resources and analysis for electronics engineers.

Maxim Integrated paper on spread spectrum communications.

RF Venue blog on RF issues actualité.

Eager to see this forum follow-up on this topic. Salut,

Diogo


Added by Henry, March 8:

ARRL Handbook. On every RF engineer's first bookshelf.

ARRL Antenna Handbook. On every antenna engineer's bookshelf and my personal favorite.

Astron Wireless Technical Library. Lot's of great information on antennas, coax and connectors.
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Re: Learning resources - Thanks
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Re: Learning resources
« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2017, 11:53:21 am »

Thanks folks
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Re: Learning resources
« Reply #4 on: May 14, 2017, 09:52:12 pm »

Hi All, can anyone please point me in the direction of some good books, videos, or web site to improve my understanding wireless audio please, im talking about everything from the electronics and how it works to RF gain structure and antenna design and use, and everything in between.

Cheers

I took a live 2 day seminar offered by SynAudCon http://www.prosoundtraining.comhere in Vegas a couple of years ago. It featured James Stoffo, Karl Winkler, Tim Vear, & Eric Reese. It was nothing short of AMAZING! Not sure when or where the next one will be, but hgave a look at their website for more info.
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