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Zaxcom Wireless 2.0 Overview

Here is a basic overview of Zaxcom wireless 2.0 featuring the all new digital modulation:

  • All Zaxcom transmitters will have equal performance while running the new modulation.
  • The XR (new modulation) is only used in mono transmission – so it is not used in the Camera Link or if you are using a TRX-742 with a stereo mic or a TRX-LT or TRX-LA bodypack transmitter in stereo mode.
  • The TRX-LA, TRX-LT, or TRX-742 can be ordered in two frequency ranges with an overlap between 596MHz and 614MHz: 512.0 MHz to 614.0 MHz (Blocks 20 through 23) or 596.0 MHz to 698.0 MHz (Blocks 23 through 26)
  • The QRX200 and QRX235 have equal performance in terms of RF reception.
  • Both the QRX200 and QRX235 will have equal performance while running in single and dual mode – so no degradation in signal in dual mode.
  • The QRX200 has a 35MHz wide tracking front end filter and will receive signal from 512.0MHz thru 698.0MHz from any Zaxcom transmitter (new, old or legacy).
  • The QRX200 can receive signal from any two transmitters simultaneously as long as they are with in 35MHz of each other – so it will cross blocks.
  • The QRX235 is block specific and only works in the block that it is ordered and can receive audio from any Zaxcom transmitter (new. old or legacy).
  • The QRX235 can receive signal from any two transmitters simultaneously as long as they are in the same block as the receiver.
  • The QIFB option is available in the QRX235 but not available in the QRX200.

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