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United Studios of Israel Embraces Riedels Bolero for Live Production of Popular Reality, Sport, and Entertainment Shows Posted: 14/10/2021
United Studios of Israel Embraces Riedels Bolero for Live Production of Popular Reality, Sport, and Entertainment Shows

With its recent deployment of a Riedel Communications Bolero wireless intercom system, United Studios of Israel (USI) has significantly enhanced communications capabilities across its expansive Hertzliya Studios. Supplied and configured by Riedel's regional partner, Arrowmid Communications, the Bolero system enables flexible communications across eight state-of-the-art television studios, as well as OB vans in the field, during live production of entertainment, sports, and reality TV shows.

Tags: Intercomm | TV Studios | OB Vans | Flexible Communications | Bolero | Riedel Communications
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CLEAR-COM SHOWCASES TEMPEST2400 DIGITAL WIRELESS INTERCOM SYSTEM AT NAB Posted: 31/03/2010
CLEAR-COM SHOWCASES TEMPEST 2400 DIGITAL WIRELESS INTERCOM SYSTEM AT NAB Clear-Com® Communication Systems, a Vitec Group brand, will debut its enhanced firmware update for its breakthrough Tempest®2400 digital wireless intercom system at NAB 2010 (Booth C6025). Tempest2400's new firmware offers users three different modes of operation normal mode, shared mode and split mode each with exciting new feature sets, including the ability to connect unlimited numbers of BeltStations to one Tempest2400 base station.
 
Building upon Tempest's ability to stack up to 10 base stations, the new firmware update gives users the opportunity to combine three different modes of operation to improve workflow efficiency, regardless of production size.  For example, while the standard normal mode allows up to five full duplex BeltStations per base station, the new shared mode enables an unlimited number of wireless users on a single base with any five having the ability to talk at any given time.  In split mode, users operate in a combination of normal and shared mode.
 
In addition to the new firmware enhancements, the Tempest2400 system now in two- and four-channel versions continues to offer users unprecedented access to license-free communications even in the most crowded RF environments. Utilizing patented Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum radio technology to ensure robust, reliable communications, the Tempest2400 system operates license-free in the 2.4 GHz band worldwide, allowing interference-free communications even in areas heavily populated with other RF devices. While Tempest operates in the same unlicensed spectrum as WiFi (802.11b/g), its unique RF design gives Tempest the ability to utilize the entire available spectrum over time, while using only a very narrow portion of the spectrum at any one moment. This narrow band hopping technology complements WiFi's wideband RF signature.  With today's professional broadcast studios and arenas inherently packed with WiFi devices including video controllers commonly found in any broadcast facility Tempest's superior technology allows the system to coexist comfortably with WiFi, providing greater range and performance for customers than competing products.
Tags: clear-com | vitec | tempest | 2400 | digital wireless intercomm | nab | 2010
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On the road with Riedel Performer Intercom Posted: 18/12/2009
On the road with Riedel Performer Intercom TF1, one of largest broadcast networks in France, equipped four DSNG vans with a Performer digital matrix intercom system from Riedel Communications. The project was realized by Apex – Riedel's partner for France, Belgium and Luxembourg.
The Performer 32 is a powerful and cost effective digital matrix intercom platform with a maximum capacity of up to 32x32 ports. It is especially tailored to the requirements of smaller broadcast applications, events or theatre installations. Based on a modular concept, the system adapts easily to different requirements of each user. Each of the DSNG vans utilises 24 matrix ports providing connection for control panels, analog and digital signals and GPI/Os. Artist 1000 series control panels complete the installation in all four vans providing broadcast quality digital audio and 8 character LED in-key displays. They offer excellent readability under all lighting conditions including direct sunlight. All four vehicles are already installed and in field operation.
Tags: riedel | audio | intercomm | performer 32
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