LAS VEGAS, April 2, 2024Wisycom, a global leader in the design and build of sophisticated RF solutions, will showcase several of its latest wireless and distributed antenna system solutions at NAB 2024 (Booth C7507). Included among these is the MRK16 multi-channel receiver system, along with the MTP61 bodypack transmitter and MCR54 true diversity receiver. The company will also highlight its RF-over-fiber support via the new BFL interfaces and optional EX3 card.

The MRK16 is a modular wireless microphone receiver system that can manage up to 16 true diversity channels in a compact, 19-inch 1RU aluminum chassis that can be daisy chained up to four times for 64 channels of audio in just 4RU. The MRK16 also accepts up to four MCR54 receivers, providing antenna distribution, RF filtering and advanced audio routing.

The MTP61 miniature multiband bodypack transmitter is the smallest and lightest solution in its class. It has the widest tuning range currently available (470 to 1260MHz, country dependent) and is just 66.8mm tall, 47mm wide and 94g in weight. The miniature design of the MTP61 is lightweight and comfortable for long-term use in applications that require discreet placement.

The MCR54 is a four-channel true diversity wireless microphone receiver system with modular or slot-in configurations that are compatible with most cameras and mixer accessories. Its next-generation multiband front-end filtering features two narrowband filters and an electronically tunable High-Q filter.

Finally, the BFL portable RF-over-fiber interfaces, the BFLR1 receiver and BFLT1 transmitter are compact, easy-to-set-up solutions that offer an entirely new way for users to support RF coverage and distribution requirements without concern for cable loss.