Lectrosonics Debuts Their Smallest Wireless Transmitter

Wireless technology manufacturer Lectrosonics is introducing what''s being billed as the world''s smallest professional audio wireless transmitter at NAB 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Simply called the SM (for "Super Mini"), this compandor-free wireless transmitter is housed in a tiny and splash-proof package. When used in its native Digital Hybrid mode, the SM performs without the hindrance of an analog compandor or the headroom-limiting pre- and de-emphasis found in most analog systems. Delivering 107dB signal-to-noise ratio and flat frequency response to 20kHz, Lectrosonics'' patent-pending Digital Hybrid Wireless technology uses both 24-bit digital audio and analog FM signal transmission methods to encode a digital signal into a robust analog format for transmission over a UHF FM carrier. The SM''s receiver captures the signal and DSP circuitry recreates the original digital audio. This unique system represents the best of both wireless worlds: digital audio quality combined
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