<span class="s1">Using wireless microphones can be so frustrating for many video creators. They can present many problems such as Intermodulation Distortion, Radio Frequency Interference and Static to name a few. However the Sennheiser G3 wireless system has ways to combat all of this. In this article you will read how to connect a Sennheiser G3 wireless system to the Zoom H4n. Read on!
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Radio frequencies (RF) are waves that operate between 3 kHz to 300 GHz. This frequency band is used for wireless communication and broadcasting between devices.
Equipment like the Sennheiser G3 Wireless system can be tricky to setup because it depends on Radio frequencies to make them operate correctly. Radio frequency communications are always around us, whether using a laptop, mobile phone or a smart TV. Also Broadcast Towers on the road as well as Satellite dishes on homes use radio transmissions to operate.
Below you will see just some of the devices that operate using Radio Waves.
NOTE When devices share the same radio frequency you might experience issues such as interference resulting in your devices not operating how they should
As mentioned above Radio frequencies operate between 3 kHz to 300 GHz so if two or more devices share the same frequency, for example, if the radio frequency of a satellite dish intersects the frequency of a mobile phone, the latter will suffer from radio interference. The mobile phone will not work as it should and you’ve probably experienced this at some stage.