Spectrum Analyzer

Wireless microphone frequency Analyser

Defining a new class of RF management tools, the AXT600 Axient Spectrum Manager delivers wide-band UHF spectrum scanning, spectrum analysis and compatible frequency coordination—all in a single rack unit. By scanning and displaying the RF environment, calculating compatible frequencies and deploying them to Axient receivers easily and efficiently, the Axient Spectrum Manager offers a sophisticated interface and precise information for allocating the best available frequencies to any number of wireless channels. For added flexibility in complex RF environments, the AXT600 also monitors and ranks a live list of backup frequencies—and can deploy them instantly and automatically when an Axient Receiver detects interference. Together with Shure Wireless Workbench 6 software, Axient Spectrum Management tools offer a rich graphical interface for viewing the RF world and choosing the optimal frequencies for all of an event’s wireless channels.


Wideband scanning Scans the global UHF spectrum (470-952) MHz in less than 1 minute. Scan data is directly matched to Axient receiver parameters and performance; the scan results are stored for later analysis. On board frequency calculator generates compatible frequencies for all networked Shure wireless devices. Frequency lists can be exported to the Spectrum Manager from Wireless Workbench 6 Networked hardware programming simplifies and streamlines setup of multi-channel Axient and UHF-R systems. Advanced user controls Adjustable threshold excludes frequencies above a selected noise level. Known TV channels or frequency ranges to avoid can be input quickly and easily. Viewable and editable frequency list. Analysis of a modified frequency list to verify compatibility.


Backup frequency monitoring continuously evaluates backup frequencies in real time. Backup frequency ranking evaluates the quality of backup frequencies and determines which are most viable for use. Frequency list management maintains knowledge of all devices on the network. On-demand frequency server delivers a clean, compatible frequency when a change is required.


Spectrum display provides a front-panel spectrum plot with Cursor, Zoom and Peak Find. Backup frequency display quantifies backup frequencies ready for use by Axient channels. “Listen” feature demodulates FM signals for headphone monitoring and displays real-time signal strength.


RF signal cascade connects up to 5 receivers using 1 RF signal source. 2 Ethernet ports allow convenient computer and ShowLink® Access Point connection.
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Popular Q&A

What frequency band are the teacher wireless microphone on?

I am speaking of the classroom wireless microphone which usually have a wrap around neck piece so they don't have to yell loud, just talk into the microphone. What frequency band is this on? Thx!

Some of the frequencies I've listed below. You would have to search, as different systems use different bands, depending how expensive a system it is, how old it is, etc.

169-210 MHz.. (Specifically, 169.445, 169.505, 170.245, 170.305, 171.045, 171.105, 171.845 and 171.905)

518-578 MHz



740-814 (try 779-788 / 797-806)

Good Luck

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