Posted in education on February 17, 2016 3:16 pm EST

White Paper: Guide to Wireless Options for Churches

Here are the latest solutions for maximizing the available WiFi spectrum.


 

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TAGS: fcc, production, regulations, wifi, wireless,

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By Ben Coleman

Vast improvements in product features, audio quality and price points have made wireless solutions increasingly popular, especially for churches. While the availability of high quality wireless systems grows, the FCC is auctioning off portions of the frequency spectrum, causing concern for churches about making long-term investments in wireless infrastructures and worries about relying on wireless systems for critical audio situations.

Staying relevant on the current issues facing wireless systems and applications is becoming a necessary and urgent assignment for every church technical director. Through an overview of new technologies, updated frequency allocation, and application insights from several industry professionals, this white paper will provide the foundation for improved knowledge and wiser decision making about upcoming purchases.

Click here to download a copy of "E-Guide to Wireless Options for Churches"

 

 

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