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RF Venue Performance Calculator Simplifies Wireless-System Prediction

In a move to simplify wireless-system performance calculations, RF Venue has created the Performance Calculator, a free online tool.

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RF Venue, Inc. has simplified wireless mic system reliability predictions by developing the RF Venue Performance Calculator. The company is prominent in antenna and RF wireless communication products. The free online tool, lauded by early adopters among the company’s customers, greatly reduces the complexity of wireless system performance prediction. It provides a reasonable certainty of reliable performance in seconds.

RF Venue has taken the time-consuming step of system-performance calculation in advance. As such, it has incorporated the needed specifications within the software. Users of the calculator simply select system components via a handful of drop-down menus. Options include microphone make and series, distance from mic to antenna, cabling type and length, and RF Venue antenna/DISTRO distribution system models. There’s also the option to indicate the RF noise floor of the performance space, if known. With a tap of a “Calculate” button, the results are indicated by a simple traffic light indication. Go is green, caution is yellow and no-go is red.

A Much Simpler Option

Chris Regan, RF Venue’s President, shared, “Typical RF link budget calculator tools are so comprehensive and detailed that they become nearly impossible to use for the average wireless system operator. Now, with our new wireless Performance Calculator, there’s a much simpler option. Our customers are thrilled with the calculator’s performance and ease of use.”

The RF Venue Performance Calculator is available for use at rfvenue.com/rfvenue-calculator. A visual walk-through is available on the RF Venue blog. There’s also a “Create a Link Budget” video available for users. It offers an opportunity to learn more about the parameters that affect the prediction model.

Commercial Integrator previously covered the company’s WaveTower software-as-a-service.