26 Sep 2014

RF Wireless seminars return

Earlier this year Sennheiser Australia held a series of seminars on RF technology and wireless system design. Presented by Sennheiser wireless specialist James Waldron, they were a huge hit, with overwhelming positive feedback from attendees.

Well, we’re doing it again in October / November. And we’re making it even better.

Joining James will be one of the world’s foremost authorities on RF usage & technology – Jonas Naesby. Jonas has designed, deployed and managed some of the most complex wireless systems in the world, including all the recent Eurovision song contests, the Danish State Theatre and installations at national broadcasters all over northern Europe. He regularly consults with the European regulatory authorities on all matters relating to wireless spectrum, and is much in demand as a technical consultant and trainer.

This is a not to be missed opportunity to learn from a global expert, including latest on where the telcos are testing 700MHz spectrum ahead of the 1st January switch-on, as well as getting all the latest tips & tricks associated with successful RF deployment & use.

The dates and locations of the training are as follows:
•    Brisbane: Thursday October 16 at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
•    Sydney: Monday October 20 at Pier One Hotel
•    Melbourne: Wednesday, October 22 at The Melbourne Convention Centre
•    Perth: Thursday October 30 at The Perth Concert Hall
•    Adelaide: Wednesday October 5 at The Adelaide Festival Centre.
•    Canberra: Thursday November 20, Canberra Business Events Centre

Each seminar lasts for a whole day, with registration commencing at 9.30am. Lunch and refreshments are included.

Register for the session of your choice NOW. Places are strictly limited – these events will be very popular.  CLICK HERE to register


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