Video: RF Venue CP Beam Helical Antenna

The RF Venue CP Beam is a circularly polarized helical antenna designed for use in situations where the angle of polarization between a transmitter and a receiver is unpredictable. This makes the CP Beam ideal for transmitting to moving targets who are wearing In-Ear Monitors, or receiving signals from constantly moving handheld microphones. One example is the signal coming from a microphone held by a dancing singer. As the singer spins along with the microphone, the signal is thrown at all kinds of angles. Because the CP Beam sends and receives it energy in a corkscrew pattern, it can catch the signal no matter which angle of polarization it happens to be occupying.

To learn more about this product, view the video now or go to this RV Venue CP Beam page on our website.

Oct. 21 Open House at Location Sound: Rycote Cyclone Windshield

Rycote Cyclone to be featured  at a Location Sound Open House on Oct. 21Location Sound will host the very first open house showcasing the new Rycote Cyclone Windshield. Coming in from the UK are Simon Davies, Rycote’s Managing Director, and Chris Woolf, Rycote’s Technical Consultant. Scott Boland, President of Redding Audio (Rycote US distributor), will also be in attendance. All three will demonstrate how the Cyclone’s unique multi-suspension design delivers the best wind and shock isolation performance available.

Coffee, tea and plenty of carb-heavy refreshments will be served. No need to RSVP. If you’re in the area, come on in!