Shure Whiteboard - Two Common Causes of RF Interference

Shure Whiteboard - Two Common Causes of RF Interference

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Shure Whiteboard - Two Common Causes of RF Interference

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When it comes to RF interference, there are two elements that come up frequently as common culprits - metal and salt water. We've written plenty of detail about these major RF enemies before, and the following post should help to add context.

When it comes to RF interference, there are two elements (or items if you like) that come up frequently as common culprits - metal and salt water. We've written plenty of detail about these major RF enemies before, and the following video should help to add context.

Water droplets, which can harm wireless

In essence, large metal structures (fences, stage rigs, etc) and salt water (predominately in people) attenuate RF signals significantly. There ability to disrupt an otherwise healthy signal is often overlooked as we're used to RF travelling through other large structures and walls with relative ease. Fortunately, with a little diligence and common best practice, interference from both of these impervious sources can be easily avoided.

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