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Tech Notes ZMT3_wQuarter-sm Zaxcom Transmitter Modulation Overview Product Features Zaxcom Wireless 2.0 Overview News TRX742 A Look at the Zaxcom TRX742 Plug-On Transmitter In The News Jan hard at work Nurse Jackie’s Jan Mclaughlin Tech Notes What is Zaxnet? Get to know the tech that drives the sound industry's best gear. Press Releases ZMT3-Phantom Zaxcom redefines wireless booming with the ZMT3-Phantom Press Releases ZMT3-HM Zaxcom introduces the new ZMT3-HM plug-on transmitter Press Releases RX-12 Zaxcom adds to its receiver line with new rack mountable RX-12R Press Releases ZFR400_1 Zaxcom unveils the ZFR400 miniature recorder, it’s smallest one yet Press Releases ZMT3_wQuarter_4 Zaxcom Announces New ZMT3 Miniature Transmitter User Stories Jimmy Hamilton & Zaxcom In The Wild With ‘Boy to Man’ Events NAB 2017 NAB 2017 Service Bulletins FP8_FaderPanel_1 FP8 Modification for ZaxHub Compatibility Tech Notes Frequency Spectrum Display of ZHD Modulation All about ZHD Modulation Press Releases TRXLA3 Zaxcom Announces New High Density Wireless Events, In The News NAB 2016 NAB 2016 Tech Notes ERX2TCD ERX Software v2.0 Events, In The News The Zax NAB 2015 NAB 2015 In The News The Hobbit: A Production Sound Perspective The Hobbit: A Production Sound Perspective User Stories Kelsey Wood on the set of Captain Fantastic Kelsey Wood on Set Challenges and ZaxNet Video Guides Using ZaxNet on Nomad Events [background image] NAB 2014 Tech Notes All of Zaxcom’s wireless microphone system uses only 100% digital modulation, this results in audio quality superior to any analog or digital hybrid FM wireless system. Zaxcom transmits its audio as 1s and 0s in a 100% digital form so no companding is needed to alter the audio content; this results in a much higher quality reproduction of the original audio under all circumstances. Conventional FM wireless systems, including standard companded FM and digital hybrid wireless, use analog FM modulation and contain no digital content. Noise reduction systems, pilot tone squelch, FM distortion and RF interference all contribute to system performance that cannot begin to match that of a pure 100% digital system like Zaxcom’s digital wireless. The range of Zaxcom’s new digital wireless 2.0 is now equivalent to, or better than, that of any FM radio system.       Digital wireless overview Tech Notes Zaxcom TRX transmitters and ZFR miniature recorders have the ability to transmit its own audio via its built-in ZaxNet 2.4GHz transmitter. That audio can be monitored by an ERX receiver tuned to the same ZaxNet frequency of the transmitter. The purpose of this is for confidence monitoring. So you can now mic up talent and listen to how the mic sounds without having to return to your cart. The range of the ZaxNet confidence monitoring will not be as far as a normal ZaxNet signal – you can expect a range of about 10 feet. In the TRX and ERX menu you can set the ZaxNet audio out of the recorder so that there is an audible record beep sent to just the ZaxNet feed, so when start recording and you are monitoring the ZaxNet monitor feed, this allows the user to insure the TRX/ZFR is in record mode while monitoring the audio on an ERX receiver. ZaxNet confidence monitoring
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