Wireless Systems: Best Practices for Antenna Distribution

The essentials for achieving optimum reception and avoiding interference.

By PSW Staff April 10, 2018

Proper antenna placement and transmitter combining can determine the success or failure of wireless system operation. This vital but often overlooked aspect is addressed in the latest chapter in our ongoing Expert Series on wireless systems, “Best Practices for Antenna Distribution,” now available for free download.

This report, authored by wireless/RF professionals with decades of experience in the field, focuses on key placement, equipment, and related issues in order to help users avoid interference and other compromises, along with providing the essentials to achieving optimized wireless performance.

Issues addressed include:

  • Using amplified/active antennas
  • Cable length and quality
  • Directional antenna principles
  • Diversity designs and avoiding RF nulls
  • And much more!

Don’t let lack of knowledge and substandard techniques about antenna issues negatively impact the operation and performance of your wireless systems — download this vital information today.

Presented by Radio Active Designs, the 6-part series features top authors from ProSoundWeb and Live Sound International.

Next Up: Chapter 4, “Wireless System Misconceptions”

If you missed any of the previous chapters, they are available for download below:

Chapter 1: “The Essentials of Wireless Systems”

Chapter 2: “Solving Wireless Systems Issues


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