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Bypassing the wireless microphone signal Answered

I want to know that is it possible to block the signal from a bodypack wireless microphone and then to send signal from another device like my phone?

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Quadrifoglio
Quadrifoglio

4 years ago

If I understand it correctly, you have a wireless microphone that transmits to a body pack that in turn transmits to a receiver station that is connected to an amplifier that is in turn connected to speakers. You want to know if a cell phone can be substituted for the microphone.

Unless the microphone or body pack are Bluetooth enabled, no. Yes, they are both radios, but the frequencies and protocols of cell phones are not compatible with the body pack. If you think about it, if they were, everyone in the audience could tap into any performance or presentation. That would be pure chaos.

Hook the phone to the amplifier using the headphone jack. I haven’t looked, but there may be Bluetooth adapters for amplifiers.

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harshmittal17
harshmittal17

Answer 4 years ago

I have the frequency of the microphone on which that it transmits signal now i need to build a device which is similar to that microphone transmitter and i can connect the transmitter to my phone through aux cable and tranmit my own signal

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Quadrifoglio
Quadrifoglio

Answer 4 years ago

If you were an AV geek with authorized access to the equipment, you would have had this sorted before you asked the question.

Everyone has the frequency (actually a band of frequencies) because it is published in the tech sheets. What you don’t have is the signal processing and that varies across and within brands. I predict that after you get your electrical engineering or electronics degree and get a decade of appropriate experience to have the skills to do this project, it will not be of any interest to you.

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iceng
iceng

4 years ago

Fun prank to overpower a signal with your own.

It must be a lot morepower, the same frequency and modulation which a packet phone is not...

One way is ; You will need a receiving phone like yours wired to an identical mike as close to the mike receiver antenna as possible to overwhelm the other wireless.

Either way you will also get punished and respect from your peers..

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harshmittal17
harshmittal17

Answer 4 years ago

I am saying that if a wireless mic when it is being used could i just block the primary signal which is the signal coming from the microphone to the receiver and then we send a secondary signal simultaneously to the reciver by say making a mechanism using which we can play songs from our using that very same receiver.