City Theatrical RadioScan Now Shipping, And Training Webinar Registration Available

(City Theatrical 2020)

City Theatrical RadioScan™ Spectrum Analyzer, a 900MHz and 2.4GHz spectrum analyzer that allows users to easily visualize radio energy, is now available through City Theatrical dealers worldwide. RadioScan software program is available for Windows and MacOS as a free download at:

RadioScan Spectrum Analyzer helps users create wireless DMX broadcast plans that optimize the available spectrum, and helps prevent interference with nearby mission critical radio devices.

RadioScan can view spectrum data either in Spectrogram view or Waterfall view, notes can be added, and snapshots can be taken and saved. Scans of any length can be recorded, saved, and emailed, and can be played back and reviewed by others with just the free RadioScan software, without the need for the RadioScan hardware dongle.

For users of City Theatrical Multiverse® wireless DMX/RDM products, RadioScan provides guidance in selecting Multiverse SHoW IDs by providing a table that shows the relationship of Multiverse SHoW IDs to the spectrum, and placing an overlay onto the scan showing the selected Multiverse broadcast area. 

As a training resource for this new technology, City Theatrical’s Harrison Hohnholt will be presenting a 30-minute webinar on RadioScan on Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 11AM EDT. Webinar registration is now available on a first come, first served basis through WebEx at:

RadioScan is CE certified and compliant with FCC, IC, and RoHS standards. RadioScan is designed and built in the USA by City Theatrical.

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