CEDIA EXPO Course of the Day: How Home Architecture Impacts Wireless Audio Transmission Distance & Quality
Each day, we’re going to be featuring a specific CEDIA course that you can take at CEDIA EXPO in October.
Today’s entry is How Home Architecture Impacts Wireless Audio Transmission Distance & Quality, instructed by Thomas Lee, president of the WiSA Association.
As wireless audio systems become popular in transmitting high-quality audio streams, home technology professionals face unique design and construction challenges to ensure that RF signals reach speakers at high levels of signal integrity and quality. This class highlights the results of a six-month project that measured RF signal strength and quality in an instrumented home. Recommendations on signal distance, speaker placement, and other design considerations are shared as well.
The Class Number is EST0010-1, it provides 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU), and it takes place Friday, October 16, from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
A la carte, this course costs $105 for CEDIA members and $150 for non-members. However, CEDIA is offering the CEDIA Training Pass for $529, which gives you access to an unlimited number of training courses with the exception of certification exams, the Design Documents: Creating AV System Blueprint Drawings Workshop, and the CEDIA Outreach Instructor (COI) “Train the Trainer” Workshop.