The DWT-B01/E is a beltpack transmitter which can be used with either the DWR-S01D camera mounted plug-in receiver for use in ENG applications or in a fixed installation or touring rig with the DWR-R02 dual rack receiver. As with all the DWX range the DWT-B01/E delivers a 24-bit/48-kHz digital audio. The WiDIF codec developed by Sony allows for low-latency (3.4mS source to destination), secure, and reliable operation. In addition, the DWX technology provides the capability of an increase of up to 60% in the number of simultaneous multi-channel* operations compared to conventional analogue systems, which gives users enhanced system flexibility.
The DWX wireless microphone system transmits & receives 24-bit/48-kHz with a typical dynamic range of 106dB and excellent transient response. Each DWX product has a 64Mhz bandwidth that meets the Wireless Communication Regulations of each country and is available in 3 bands ch 33 -40, ch 42 -49 and ch50 – 58.
Incorporating the newly developed digital modulator, the digital wireless microphone system allows highly stable wireless transmission that is extremely tolerant to unwanted interference.
In addition, the system transmits & receives digitally modulated and encrypted data to minimize the risk of interception, providing highly secure transmission & reception.
The digital wireless microphone system allows for large-scale multichannel operations. Thanks to the newly developed digital modulator, the system realises an inter-modulation free, equally spaced channel allocation. The digital wireless transmission technology used in this system enables a significant increase in the number of simultaneous operations in comparison with current analogue wireless systems. For example, up to16 channels of simultaneous operation is possible in an 8-MHz operating band.
* Providing the system is used in an all Digital System. When used in a mixed analogue/digital system the normal intermod artifacts still have to be considered within the analogue channels. Intermod distortion will not effect the DWX channels.