12.03.2009 12:14 PM
Clear-Com makes worldwide debut of two-channel Tempest wireless intercom

Clear-Com Communication Systems has launched its new two-channel Tempest wireless intercom system, the most recent addition to the Tempest2400 2.4GHz wireless intercom family.

Well suited for broadcast sports, remote news reporting and other live productions, the two-channel Tempest2400 offers a choice for those requiring fewer channels of communications but in need of the same license-free operation, RF performance and rich feature set of the four-channel Tempest2400.

The two-channel Tempest2400 uses a frequency hopping spread spectrum RF scheme that avoids the need for licensing and frequency coordination and makes it fundamentally resistant to interference.

Each Tempest2400 base station supports up to five full-duplex, two audio-channel digital wireless beltstations. By stacking up to 10 base stations together, 50 independent, full-duplex wireless beltstations can operate together in a single system.

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