|K.C Chang, founder
|Products||Wireless microphone systems, and portable wireless PA Systems|
Number of employees
MIPRO Electronics Co. Ltd. (Traditional Chinese: 嘉強電子), established in 1995, is an ISO-9001 certified Taiwan-based company that designs and manufactures wireless microphones, portable wireless public address (PA) and other wireless audio equipment for consumer, professional and commercial applications. U.S. President Barack Obama used a MIPRO wireless microphone system during his election campaign in 2008.
In 2001, MIPRO developed and patented an Automatic Channel Targeting (ACT) technology. "ACT" provides automatic synchronization of receiver and transmitter frequencies, commonly known as "sync". The ACT function is an intelligent wireless system channel set-up feature.
In 2001 MIPRO introduced a technology they termed ACT (Automatic Channel Targeting). "ACT" synchronizes the receiver and transmitter frequencies.This was followed in 2006 by MIPRO introducing the first encrypted digital wireless microphone system and later, digital wireless tour guide & language interpretation Systems in Taiwan.
The brand name "MIPRO" stands for "MI"crophone "PRO"fessionals. It is headquartered in Chiayi, Taiwan, with 200 employees. MIPRO designs and manufactures professional wireless microphones, wireless portable PA systems, wireless in-ear monitoring and portable wireless ENG receivers and other wireless audio systems.
Automatic Channel Targeting
MIPRO developed and patented an Automatic Channel Targeting technology (ACT) in 2001. "ACT" synchronizes the receiver and transmitter frequencies. The ACT function has become the industry-standard for multi-channel wireless systems set-up feature.
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