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Author Topic: How much of the RF signal is blocked?  (Read 915 times)

scottstephens

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How much of the RF signal is blocked?
« on: January 12, 2016, 11:12:17 am »

Hey Guys, 
      I have 10  wireless units ( A.T 3000) where the attenas are on the back of the unit, that I use for small school plays. These are half rack units that come with the 1/2 rack pieces to make each one use 1 complete rack space. If I put them all in one small rack where the attenas are not visible from the front how much signal am I losing? Should I invest in a large rack and skip every other rack space so the attenas can be seen better?
     Also, should I be using a distro or two.  The units are always placed stage right about 40ft. from the furthest performer. I've never had a problem, but some of the units are in the 600 region and I thought since they are going to be replaced this year I might as well think about spending even more money.
    Thanks, from Snowy and Cold Ohio.
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Re: How much of the RF signal is blocked?
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2016, 11:17:15 am »

Hey Guys,


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