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NMK and Shure MEA cover wireless fundamentals

NMK and Shure MEA cover wireless fundamentals

NMK and Shure MEA cover wireless fundamentals


NMK Electronics recently held a Shure Masterclass at its training facility in Dubai’s Silicon Oasis. The session was attended by 20 participants from rental companies, freelancer engineers and AV technicians and focused on wireless best practices and techniques.

‘As the wireless frequency spectrum is getting more challenging and demanding, NMK and Shure are collaborating to offer the audio community best practices to develop their day-to-day operation skills and long-term careers,’ commented Shajahan KK, product manager at NMK Electronics. ‘We at NMK are committed to the enhancement and education of the AV community and this was one of the many trainings that was well-received by our partners.’

The Shure Master Class: Wireless Best Practices & Techniques course covers all aspects of wireless audio and aims to give engineers at any experience level a solid background in wireless fundamentals through understanding radio signals, antenna types and distribution, transmitter and receiver design, analogue and digital transmission, frequency coordination, and more.

'NMK provided the perfect environment to spend one day with pro audio professionals discussing the RF fundamentals, the challenges of the environment and how to confidently select, install and operate wireless systems in virtually any situation from small informal events to large-scale productions’, commented Andrea Granata, Shure MEA market development manager, Pro Audio. ‘This is a training about technology and not product specific, addressed to a wide audience of sound engineers and integrators. I am always intrigued meeting the new generations of technicians sharing their experiences and concerns about the magic world of wireless.’

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