The regulatory landscape for wireless spectrum worldwide will continue to undergo significant changes as more wireless devices compete for less available spectrum. Wireless microphones, in-ear monitors, two-way radios and other live event wireless systems are adversely affected by this spectrum crowding trend. RF Venue began developing a range of products within the commercial sound equipment industry to reduce signal dropouts and interference for all brands of wireless audio equipment. Dropouts and interference problems have been pervasive for wireless audio systems since their introduction in the 1970s and the deployment of this equipment has always been challenging for live and installed sound system professionals and their clients.
After an initial period of R&D, beta testing, and market research, in 2011 the company began marketing a range of patented wireless products that fall into three categories: Antennas (transmitting and capturing signals), Distribution (moving those signals around), and Software (visualizing the RF spectrum using a combination of hardware and software).
In 2015 RF Venue reached an agreement for exclusive distribution in the EMEA region with Shure Europe, and has added distribution partners in Asia, Latin America, South America, and Australia. RF Venue also manages a popular blog, which covers wireless audio topics of interest, including technical walkthroughs, videos, infographics, FCC regulatory updates, and interviews with industry experts.
In 2017 the company launched WaveTower, a patented connected-hardware platform that enables all new capabilities through remote monitoring and management of RF spectrum activity over the web. A/V technical teams can now monitor spectrum conditions anywhere in the world in near real-time and build robust data sets of RF activity for analysis and coordination.
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