Wireless Workbench® 6 软件
对于您的音响系统而言，射频是敌亦是友。不过，有一个软件解决方案能够确保信号在所有场合都能为您所用，那就是 Wireless Workbench™ 6 软件系统。
Wireless Workbench 6 让您能够在不中断声音输出的前提下远程监控和管理每个舒尔无线系统。丰富的用户界面。强大的功能。通过网络即可管理和监控无线系统性能。时间轴功能还能让您跟踪射频数据并在后期制作中检查射频性能。从演出前的策划到演出后的分析，Wireless Workbench 6 让您能够气定神闲地完成理想的演出。
- 通过 Shure Update Utility 进行集成更新
- 兼容 Windows 8 和 10 以及 Mac OS X Hi Sierra, Mojave, Cataline, 和 Big Sur
在单个机架空间内容纳多达 8 个舒尔可充电腰包式和手持式发射机电池。兼容舒尔充电电池 AXT910、AXT920 和 SB900A。
Diversity ShowLink® 接入点
Axient® Digital Dual-Channel Portable Wireless Receiver
卓越的Axient Digital射频性能、频谱效率和清澈透亮的音质，采用便携式插槽设计。 Axient Digital。 目前采用便携式设计。
Shure Tech Portal
- Added support to import third-party scan files generated by Anritsu spectrum analyzers.
- Added the ability to scan with, and view data for, individual antennas on Axient Digital receivers (requires Axient Digital firmware 1.3.6 or later)
- Added the ability to edit a stopped or imported Timeline file..
- Create and edit markers and general file information.
- Trim start time and stop time, and save as a new file.
- Added an option to use computer location data to populate the TV channel exclusion data table (for select counties)
- Location services must be enabled on your computer so that the application can approximate your location.
- Your location data is not stored by Shure or the application.
New Device and Frequency Band Support
- Added support for Axient® Digital ADX5D dual-channel portable slot-in receiver.
- Added support for SLX-D® single- and dual-channel wireless receivers.
- Added support for new Shure frequency bands:
- BLX M19 | 694.500 MHz – 702.700 MHz
- BLX Q12 | 748.300 MHz – 757.700 MHz
- PSM300 L26 | 655.125 MHz – 678.875 MHz
- Updated the offline TV channel database for the following countries:
- United States – post-600 MHz transition
- Added ability to rename or delete the Default RF Zone.
- Fixed an issue where the scan peak hold overlay color was not being saved as part of the show file.
- Fixed an issue where the name of a channel listed on the in-use tab of the frequency list dialog could be blank in one scenario.
- Fixed an issue where it was not possible to sort by dBm or assigned channels in the assign & deploy dialog.
- Fixed an issue where frequency values in the coordination workspace (CWS) list would not update after a custom equipment profile was edited in the equipment profile dialog.
- Fixed an issue where resolving a conflict between stock and custom compatibility profiles by renaming the custom profile would cause some of its device info to display as empty.
- Markers can now be multi-selected and assigned a color or deleted as a group.
- Fixed an issue where an invalid system event marker (“Inactive Tx Status”) would be presented when a transmitter was RF muted.
- Fixed an issue where a channel header may not be visible after showing or hiding data streams.
- Added support for P10R+ “battery type” IR preset on P10T in-ear monitor transmitters.
- Added error icon to the tabs in charger properties panels for better visibility to the issue.
- The first column of the RF Zone configuration matrix is now fixed when scrolling horizontally.
- Added Antenna Cascade Status label to AXT630 properties panel.
- Fixed an issue where the “Tx Hot” battery alert did not display for VHF, 900 MHz ISM, and 1.x GHz variants of QLX-D and ULX-D systems.
- Fixed an issue where sorting the channel list by channel strip visibility in the monitor view was not working properly.
- Fixed an issue where the ADX/AXT linking capability icon was not presented after relaunching the application or loading a show file.
- Fixed an issue where changing the IP address of an AD610 ShowLink access point and rebooting it would cause the current channel and channel mask to be set to 0.
- Battery type may not persist between power cycles for SLX-D transmitters on firmware version 1.0.13. To resolve, you must set the battery type on the transmitter again.
- ULX-D receivers running firmware version 2.0.28 or earlier may trigger a Settings Conflict when rediscovered after updating their firmware to version 2.1 or later. There is no issue with the device—there was simply a new property added in version 2.1. To dismiss the alert, resolve the Settings Conflict by selecting the properties you wish to keep.
- The Timeline System Event “Active Transmitter Online” for ULXD6/8 transmitters does not always include Transmitter Device ID in the event description.
- SLX and ULX frequencies in Master List mode cannot be manually entered in the Coordination Workspace. They can, however, be coordinated and analyzed.
- To operate Wireless Workbench successfully, you must run it as an administrator. This includes when updating from within the application using Wireless Workbench version 6.13.1 or prior. Consult your IT department if you have questions about enabling administrator permissions on your computer.
- Opening show files created with older versions of Wireless Workbench may result in the Settings Conflicts dialog opening once the file has loaded. This is due to newly supported hardware parameters that have been introduced with updated firmware versions. To maintain all settings from the show file, select "Keep all settings from: Wireless Workbench."
- Alerts logged when devices first come online may list device parameters and their values as they are being discovered even though the parameter values themselves have not changed.
- The ability to request product labels through the Frequency Band Conversion Tool and Report has been discontinued. The band conversion function is still available for use. For more information, please refer to the WWB Help System in the application, or contact Shure Applications Engineering.
- To operate Wireless Workbench 6.14.1 with other Shure products, reference the following list of minimum versions supported:
- Axient Digital 1.3.6
- Axient 2.1.11
- PSM1000 1.7.10
- QLX-D 2.3.24
- SLX-D 1.0.13
- UHF-R 1.171
- ULX-D 2.4.25
- SBC220/240 Two-bay Chargers 1.3.6
- SBC250/450/850 Networked Charging Stations 2.4.13
- SBRC Shure Battery Rack Charger 1.1.6
- Shure Update Utility 2.6.0
- ShurePlus Channels 1.4.6
- Download previous versions of Wireless Workbench here