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Wireless Microphone Systems with a High Channel Density

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The maximum number of microphones which can share an available television channel is not a natural constant but depends on the performance of the equipment, the modulation bandwidth, the room and stage size, and the type and position of the receiving antennas. The effect of radio frequency interference on a wireless microphone system is treated and empirical results of a 12-channel system are presented.

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