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    Inventor, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical engineer, GUI designer, Artist, Comic
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  1. Here is a sweep of the filter in the Nova. It is 200MHz wide (20MHz per division) set at 541 MHz. It shows that signals at 460MHz are attenuated by 36dB. This is enough to totally eliminate interference by walkies. It would be nice to see what filters from other products look like. I do not believe that there are any filters out there that are as effective as the ones we use in our products. The sweep was obtained by connecting to the antenna of the Nova with the output coming from the RF output of the Nova. In terms of distance a walkie that would cause interference at 40 feet from the receiver would now need to be 1 foot from the receive antenna to cause the same interference. The big advantage to the Nova filter is that it can dynamically change to allow for frequency scans and receiver tuning and channel selection. Filtered antennas can not do this necessary function.
  2. Put out the test tone and see if that is ok. If it is make sure the Encryption code is 000 000.
  3. This would be impossible. The ERX can only output audio and is not DC coupled so it can do no harm. Glenn
  4. That is really great. I love innovation. What is the patent number?
  5. Timecode out is only available in mono mode. The RX200 does stereo and time code
  6. I am really happy you like the Zmt3 X. I worked really hard on the gasket design to keep water out. For anyone that wants 12 hour run time at full 75mW output power this little guy does it with average battery cost under 10 cents per use. It is our first Neverclip bodypack with 2 channel transmission and 2 separate mic inputs. And who does not like Motorola Batteries and chargers.😊
  7. "Has anybody tested the battery life of the ZMT3 in "record only" / "NOTX" mode? Thanks in advance!" ZMT3 in record only mode is about 12 hours.
  8. glenn

    nova!

    There is no need or option for an FP8 or any fader add on. The 5 faders provide instant access to all Nova inputs. All of the assigned channels can then have their inputs trimmed or the wireless transmitters preamps trimmed on the same knob while in use on the talent. This system establishes a new way to mix that we think will obsolete the current system of rotary pot control for bag style mixers. Please feel free to call me if you have further questions.
  9. Glad you like it. The URX is designed to be a body worn receiver but of course can be a camera link receiver. As pointed out the RX200 is our flagship for camera link work while the URX is kind of a new animal with features nothing else has. Tough to do it all.
  10. When The Deva II was new 1997 there were no Li batteries. So this condition was not anticipated. All current Zaxcom recorders are very exactly regulated no matter the voltage of the battery or external power source. Glenn
  11. glenn

    nova!

    Not yet. I expect around end of July.
  12. glenn

    nova!

    You assign the inputs to the 5 faders on up to 4 banks. Once assigned the trim button and the zaxnet button instantly make all 5 faders control trim or Zaxnet if selected. The function is then deactivated and the 5 knobs become faders again. LED rings and flashing buttons indicate that the trim or zaxnet control is active.
  13. glenn

    nova!

    Just the ones you want. There is no limit to how the faders can be configured. The Nova is also smart enough to ignore banks that have no assignments.
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