08.20.2009 10:10 AM
Clear-Com to showcase new Tempest 2400 wireless intercom at IBC2009

Clear-Com Communication Systems will make the European debut of its Tempest 2400 wireless intercom system at IBC2009 next month.

The Tempest 2400 operates worldwide in a license-free frequency band, where it is immune to inference from other wireless devices, ensuring that communications go off without a hitch in even the most crowded RF environments. Well suited for broadcast sports, remote news reporting and other live productions, Tempest 2400 offers robust outdoor performance.

Tempest 2400 uses a unique RF architecture that allows the system to coexist alongside WiFi networks with little interference, while a high audio dynamics range (>94dB) enables it to function well in high-noise environments.

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

See Clear-Com at IBC2009 in Stand 9.D28a.



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