With the latest version of Wireless Workbench, you can run different analyses on different bands to determine which frequencies are compatible with each other. This will allow you to analyze the impact of each band on each other, and to print the results of these analysis. It also highlights the frequencies contributing to the conflicts and provides counts for each frequency. For additional reporting, you can export your analysis reports to HTML or print them. You can also download and print the analysis reports so that you can see what you need to do to improve your wireless network.
Connecting Shure’s wireless system
The new version of Shure’s Wireless Workbench software includes new features and allows users to remotely monitor and control their networked wireless gear. It includes a Timeline that records essential channel status information. Users can also customize what information is displayed in the Coordination Workspace. Using Shure’s wireless workbench software allows users to get the most out of their wireless gear without the need to learn complicated technical details.
The Wireless Workbench software is compatible with both the Shure SLX-D digital wireless systems. It also supports Shure’s popular iOS app, ShurePlus Channels. Both of these apps are free and will work seamlessly with Shure’s wireless systems. If you’re in the market for new wireless tools, Shure’s software can help you find the best wireless solutions for your projects.
AXT600 transmitters running firmware version 1.1.0 will not appear in the Inventory view of the device list. The PSM1000 transmitters must be updated with the Shure Update Utility. UHF-R receivers are referred to as MW in Japan. If you’re running a Shure wireless workbench 6 application on your Mac, you can install a DHCP server on your network. You can also set the Shure device to accept automatic IP addressing.
Finding compatible frequencies
You’ve just installed the latest version of the Wireless Workbench, but you have no idea how to find compatible frequencies. Fortunately, there’s a handy tool that makes this process a breeze. The first step is to open the Equipment Profiles dialogue box from the Tools menu. This dialog box displays a list of compatible systems and the parameters they require. You can adjust these parameters as needed.
You can customize the compatibility profile by using the calculator. The compatibility tab displays multiple options for adjusting the settings. Choose “Robust” if you want to use robust spacings. Otherwise, choose “Standard.”
Once you’ve set up your profile, you can choose which frequencies to analyze. The software will display the frequencies that are in conflict and mark them in red. You can also view the types of incompatible frequencies and their associated intermods. Depending on the device, you may find that your compatible frequencies are different than what you originally planned. If you’re not sure, you can try manually changing the Band Preset.
You can also use the Coordination Workspace to find out how many compatible frequencies you need. You can choose subsets of Inventory channels and synchronize them over time or location. You can also add additional frequencies to your spectrum by dragging and dropping the markers. Incompatible frequencies are recalculated and you’ll have a more detailed spectrum map. If you want to coordinate multiple frequencies for a specific location, simply click the ‘Add Frequencies’ button.
Setting the Default Gateway
Wireless Workbench 6 makes controlling your network easier. It allows you to coordinate frequencies and monitor your wireless network. You can even configure color-coding for inclusion and exclusion ranges. You can also reboot your device from Wireless Workbench 6 by selecting “Reboot.”
To configure Wireless Workbench, visit its website and download the application. Log in with your administrator account. If you have multiple components, configure the network menu for each one. Then, assign each component an IP address and a subnet mask with the same value. Also, make sure your firewall allows access to the Wireless Workbench application. If you’re unsure how to configure your firewall, contact your IT administrator.