You play the electric guitar? You are worry about the latency in your cable? You feel handcuffed by the ugly cable?
Just replace the cable to a wireless link made by Systec Designs. The Dutch developer Systec Designs claims its ‘stageClix’ wireless guitar jack – which employs Nordic RF technology – is the lowest latency digital wireless audio adapter of its kind available in the world and is actually superior in many ways to a traditional hard-wired guitar-to-amplifier cable link.
The use of ultra low power Nordic transceivers enables the unpowered transmitter jack that plugs into a guitar to deliver up to 15 hours continuous use when powered from a pair of built-in rechargeable AAA batteries.
In operation, the stageClix offers ‘plug & play’ simplicity and employs a patent-pending anti-interference protocol technique Systec calls ‘triple-diversity’. This streams audio over three ‘frequency hopped’ channels that are widely spaced across a total of 80 available Nordic channels. Using a technique similar to RAID-style redundancy from the high-end PC server industry, ‘reconstruction’ of lost data packets from any two of the three hopped frequency channels is possible. Alongside this ‘RAID-redundancy-principle’ a second algorithm is used to take care of ‘intelligent interpolation’ in case full reconstruction of data packets by the primary ‘RAID-algorithm’ fails for whatever reason.
And if you plan an audio application like a baby monitor, wireless speaker, wireless microphone, listen in for security, a free of charge webinar related to the wireless audio link, a study, a research, a prototype or a development of a wireless audio application then just send an email to harald.naumann (at) gsm-modem.de