Professional Wireless Introduces Omega-16
Provides Tremendous Flexibility With Four Sets Of Antenna Inputs And Eight Sets Of Outputs
Orlando-headquartered Professional Wireless Systems has announced the debut of the Omega-16 multizone receive antenna distribution system. The announcement was made by General Manager Jim Van Winkle.
“We are excited to announce the second product in the Omega Series,” explains Van Winkle. “Similar to the Omega-8, the Omega-16 provides a more efficient architecture and smaller footprint than its DB Series predecessor. It’s a powerful solution offered at a very competitive price point.”
The Omega-16 has four sets of diversity antenna inputs (eight total) and 16 sets of diversity outputs (32 total). RF bandpass filtering for the UHF unit is at 470-616 MHz, VHF unit is set at 169-217 MHz. The Omega-16 offers adjustable attenuation from 0 to -40 dB and selectable bias for each antenna input. Dual redundant power supplies ensure rock-solid reliability. as well as DC bias power selectable per antenna input along with antenna/cable short protection and indication.
“We are thrilled to be able to introduce another exceptional Omega Series product,” concludes Van Winkle. “This product line will continue to offer pro audio solutions with a feature set professionals demand.”