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  • Diogo Nunes Pereira
    RF History Plot Diversity1
    Topic posted March 4, 2016 by Diogo Nunes PereiraCompetent in Wireless Workbench > All Questions & Answers Topics public
    Title:
    RF History Plot Diversity
    Personal Computer:
    DELL M4800, 64bit, windows10
    Shure Hardware:
    2x ULXD4D, 2x ULXD4Q
    Description:

    Hi,

    in my system, it seems RF History plot always shows both antennas RF signal at the same level - as if there were no diversity.

    I see two colors is the sidebar for the receiver A and B antennas but the lines are always one on top of the other. 

    I have two antennas, separated enought so I should see nulls in coverage in the RF dead spots, shouldn't I?

    Cheers,

    D

     

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  • Diogo Nunes Pereira
    Importing RF Explorer scans tutorial15.0
    Topic posted October 30, 2014 by Diogo Nunes PereiraCompetent, tagged how-to in Wireless Workbench > All Questions & Answers Topics public
    Title:
    Importing RF Explorer scans tutorial
    Personal Computer:
    Dell M4800; Windows 7 SP1; 64-bit; Wired Ethernet
    Shure Hardware:
    2x AXT400 L3E, AXT600, 6x UR4D J5E, 6x UR4D+ J5E, 4x U4D Mk2, 1x U4D Mk1, 4x PSM700, 6x PSM900
    Description:

    Hello everybody,

    after digging thru this forum and other places in order to get it to work, (and finally getting there) here's my own tutorial on how to import RF Explorer scans into Wireless Workbench 6. For those (many) of us who can't always grab the Spectrum Manager for the next gig. 

    There's an English and a Spanish version...

    Feels good to give something back.

    Cheers,

  • Diogo Nunes Pereira
    Name changing in Inventory bug2
    Topic posted February 9, 2014 by Diogo Nunes PereiraCompetent in Wireless Workbench > All Bug Topics public
    Title:
    Name changing in Inventory bug
    Personal Computer:
    Dell M4800; Win7 64-bit SP1; WWB v6.9.0.45
    Shure Hardware:
    Axient, UHFR and PSM900 series
    Description:

    Hi there,

    just to mention a small bug that I find a little annoying...

    While changing the name of the my units (UR4D's) in Inventory mode, when you jump from one unit to the next one using the TAB button, at sometimes the default name (Shure) gets selected and you can just start typing, on the next TAB the cursor goes to the end (after the 'e' in 'Shure') and you have to delete the default word before you start typing. And it goes like this as in a loop...

    I found that the odd ones get selected and the even ones don't; also that it seems to only happen with the even channel in dual-channel units. 

    I know this is probabiliy not a top priority thing to address, but it's just so you know. I've included a couple of screenshots to ilustrate what I'm talking about.

    Does anyone else finds this annoying?

    Cheers,

    D

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  • Diogo Nunes Pereira
    Barcelona (Spain) TV Channels exclusions file3
    Topic last edited January 28, 2014 by Diogo Nunes PereiraCompetent in Wireless Workbench > All TV Exclusion File Topics public
    Title:
    Barcelona (Spain) TV Channels exclusions file
    Personal Computer:
    Dell M4800; Win7 64bit
    Shure Hardware:
    Axient, UHFR and PSM900 series
    Description:

    Hi there,

    this is my Barcelona TV channels exclusion file. National [N], Regional [A] and Local [L] broadcasters are included for Barcelona metro area and surrounding cities. Barcelona city channels are default selected. Other close-by cities are included and labeled in the file  but not selected by default.

    Here's the list (Channel # - Coverage Type [N,A,L] - Description - Default selected [Y/N]):

    22 - L - Abertis HD - Y

    24 - L - Mataró - N

    26 - L - Barcelona - Y

    27 - N - Multiplex MPE2- Y

    30 - L - Vilanova i la Geltru - N

    31 - N - Multiplex RGE2- Y

    33 - A - Multiplex 3 - Y

    34 - N - Multiplex MPE3 - Y

    37 - L - Igualada - N

    39 - L - Sabadell - N

    40 - L - Granollers - N

    44 - A - Multiplex 2 - Y

    45 - L - Sabadell - N

    46 - L - Cornella de Llobregat - N

    47 - N - Multiplex MPE1 - Y

    48 - L - Barcelona - Y

    49 - L - Manresa - N

    50 - L - Vic - N

    53 - L - Cornella de Llobregat - N

    61 - A - Multiplex 1 - Y

    64 - N - Multiplex RGE1 - Y

    67 - N - Multiplex SFN2 - Y

    68 - N - Multiplex SFN3 - Y

    69 - N - Multiplex SFN4 - Y

    If you need more info on TV channels is Spain this is a good place to go. You can search by coverage type (cobertura), state (CCAA), city (provincia) or channel (canal). Good place to go until WWB get some spanish data on the database...

    Hope this is useful. I'll also post some scans (AXT600, J5E, L3E an R9) I've done in Barcelona in the past on the scans part of the forum so you can check souble check the noise by yourself.

    Cheers,

    Diogo

     

  • Diogo Nunes Pereira
    Overline Systems UC Series1
    Topic posted January 28, 2014 by Diogo Nunes PereiraCompetent in Wireless Workbench > All Equipment Profile Topics public
    Title:
    Overline Systems UC Series
    Personal Computer:
    Dell M4800; Win7 64bit
    Shure Hardware:
    Axient, UHFR and PSM900 series
    Description:

    Hi there, this is the equipment profile for the Overline Systems series of reporter/intercom high-power full duplex systems.

    Bands included are (as of 2008 frequency table):

    XA, XB, XB, XC XD, VD, YA, YB, YC, YD, ZA, ZB, ZC, ZD, WD, BA, BB, BC, BD, M1C, M2C, M2D, M3C, M34D, M4A, M4B, M4C, M4D, M45D, M5A, M5B, M5C, M5D, M56D, M65D, M6A, M6B, M6C, M6D, M67D, M7A, M7B, M7C, M7D, M8A, M8C, M8D, M9A, M9D

    Cheers,

    Diogo

  • Diogo Nunes Pereira
    Barcelona, Spain (08004)
    Topic last edited January 28, 2014 by Diogo Nunes PereiraCompetent in Wireless Workbench > All Scan File Topics public
    Title:
    Barcelona, Spain (08004)
    Personal Computer:
    Dell M4800, Win7 SP1, 64bit
    Shure Hardware:
    Axient, UHFR and PSM900 series
    Description:

    Hi there,

    some Barcelona scans I captured in the past.

    I have a full range (AXT600) scan (with some PSM's and Radiocom's TXing, sorry) and J5E, L3E and R9 bands done with WWB5.

     

    Locations and Postal Codes:

    AXT600 - Fira Barcelona - Z6 (Italian) Pavilion (08004)

    J5E - TNC - Teatre Nacional de Catalunya (08013)

    L3E - Palau Sant Jordi (08038)

    R9 - Alta Diagonal Building (08017)

     

    Cheers,

    Diogo

     

  • Diogo Nunes Pereira
    creating equipment profiles for Overline Systems3
    Topic last edited November 15, 2013 by AdminProficient in Wireless Workbench > All Equipment Profile Topics public
    Title:
    creating equipment profiles for Overline Systems
    Description:

    Hi there,

    I'm in the process of creating equipment profiles for Overline Systems UC range of Intercom/Reporter UHF units.

    I've been messing around with the settings in the Filtering and IM tab, and I found a great array of variability in different systems, and I understand little of it! I've focused on two systems I use a lot (Shure UR4D and HME Pro850) to get some settings going on, although "I understand" they may not be real for the specific equipment I'm building the profile for.

    So, a couple of questions?

    a) Should the filter be set to Fixed or Tracking, and what's the difference?

    B) Why is there such a great variation on filter selectivity values in diferent systems? Example: (UR4D: -30 to 30 ; HME 850 : - 100 to 100; More Robust collumn), and how do I know what settings are good for my system?

    c) Each band of Overline UCs has a fixed selection of 22 frequency presets, picked to be IM free within the band (much like channels in Shure Systems). Does this mean I can disregard IM products completely or is this just an insane idea?

    I'm ataching the frequency plans for the systems, since it's no longer in the webpage, and the profile I'm working on.

    Thank you very much in advance.

    Salud

    Diogo

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