Technical differences between ULXD, QLXD, PGXD, and GLXD

Date Updated: September 7, 2017 FAQ #5372
Question:
Technical differences between ULXD, QLXD, PGXD, and GLXD
Answer:


Frequency Band
PGX-D: 902-928 MHz*
GLX-D: 2.4 GHz
QLX-D: 176-216, 470-928 MHz*
ULX-D: 176-216, 470-928 MHz*
*Country Dependent
Maximum Simultaneous Systems Under Optimal Conditions
PGX-D: 5
GLX-D: 4
GLX-D Advanced: 11
QLX-D: >60
ULX-D: >100 using high density mode
*Local RF interference will reduce these numbers.
Maximum Operating Range Under Optimal Conditions
PGX-D: Up to 200 feet
GLX-D: Up to 100 feet indoors; Up to 65 feet outdoors
QLX-D: Up to 300 feet
ULX-D: Up to 300 feet using standard density mode
*Local RF interference will reduce these distances.
Transmitter DC Power
PGX-D: Two AA cells
GLX-D: Shure SB902 Rechargeable
QLX-D: Two AA cells or Shure SB900A Rechargeable
ULX-D: Two AA cells or Shure SB900A Rechargeable
Receiver Antennas
PGX-D: Permanently attached ¼-wave
GLX-D: Permanently attached ¼-wave
GLX-D Advanced: Removable ¼-wave
QLX-D: Removable ½-wave (no DC voltage for antenna amps)
ULX-D: Removable ½-wave (has DC voltage for antenna amps)
Rack Mount
PGX-D: URT2 accessory (not included)
GLX-D: URT2 accessory (not included)
GLX-D Advanced: Hardware included
QLX-D: Hardware included
ULX-D: Hardware included
Latency
PGX-D: 3.5 ms
GLX-D: 4 ms minimum; 7.3 ms maximum
QLX-D: 2.9 ms
ULX-D: 2.9 ms
Sampling Rate
PGX-D: 48k
GLX-D: 44.1k
QLX-D: 48k
ULX-D: 48k
All use 24 bit sampling resolution.