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Omnitronic adapts the wireless systems of its 1000 series to the new frequencies.

In the course of this conversion, the series was given a little facelift as well. The new components are already available.

Possibly there was no other issue the industry has discussed as hot as the reallocation of radio frequencies. For most users of wireless systems in the UHF range, the auction of the so called "digital dividend" requires a contemporary purchase of new wireless equipment. Although permitted for some more years, old systems will be subject to interference during the test runs of new devices.

That is why Omnitronic offers its popular components of the 1000 series in the new frequency range from 740 to 764 MHz. Besides the change to the new frequencies, the approved technology was put into a slightly different and new look.

Still main items of the series: hand and pocket transmitter HM-1000 and TM-1000, now with the addition "MK2". The carrier signal of the PLL multifrequency transmitter can be switched in steps of 125 kHz each. Altogether, there are almost 200 different frequencies available. The transmitters' signal level is comfortably adjustable. A displays always shows the battery status. To avoid undesired changes by users and accidental shutdowns, a lock function has been integrated. The pocket transmitter can be used with several optional microphones, either headsets or lavaliers.

Both transmitters possess an operation range of 100 meters. Up to 16 transmission systems on different frequencies may be used at the same time. The frequency table provided will help with the setup.

The receiver DR-1000 MK2 comes with an automatic frequency scan and can be installed in a standard 19" rack via an optional mounting frame. The antenna booster AB-1000 as well as the antenna distributor UA-1000 for multichannel operation are still available.

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