IEM antenna systems

When using multiple IEM receivers, it is good practice to use an antenna combiner to combine the RF outputs onto one antenna. 

For G3 systems we offer the AC 3 antenna combiner which can combine up to 4 IEM transmitters onto one remote antenna such as the A 1031 omnidirectional antenna, or the A 2003 or A 5000 CP directional antenna's.

Cable lengths from the transmitters to the combiner should be kept to a minimum to avoid RF signal strength loss through the cable. 

For the cable from the combiner to the antenna, if using RG 58 a maximum length of cable of 5m is recommended. 

For longer lengths of cable we recommend a low loss cable such as RG 213, though this should be no more than 10m to 20m maximum depending on the set up. 

For further advice on cable lengths you can contact us via this form

For systems with more than 4 transmitters we recommend creating two 4 channel systems with AC3 combiners. Each combiner will need it's own antenna. 

*** YOU CANNOT DAISY CHAIN COMBINERS TO CREATE BIGGER SYSTEMS***

Alternatively you can create an 8 channel system using the AC 3200-II combiner. 

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