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San Francisco’s Masonic Center Audio System, Part 1 
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The Masonic Center in San Francisco needed a new sound system, and they called in 3G Productions from Las Vegas to set up a new d&b audiotechnik system to handle a variety of big name acts....

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Near Field Communications 
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Twisted-pair Cable 
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Twisted-pair cable, by design, does an excellent job of eliminating common-mode noise, such as that created from ground loops. But it is still susceptible to impulse noise and radio frequency interference (RFI). In addition, crosstalk can occur between different twisted pairs or across cables that are in close proximity....

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