Booth C2330 Zaxcom’s new ZMT3 Miniature Transmitter is a small wide-band digital transmitter constructed from durable materials housed in polymer casing with rounded edges, machined metal and rubber gaskets. It measures 2.2 x 1.6 x .55 inches and weighs 2.2 ounces.

The ZMT3 uses digital modulation to transmit audio, which can be encrypted while simultaneously removing intermodulation for a cleaner signal.

Files are recorded to microSD card records using the MARF format, which can be converted to broadcast WAV or MP3 formats.

The ZMT3 has ZaxNet functionality, a 2.4- GHz RF network that enables users to control gain, frequency channel selection and output levels remotely.

Among other features, activating Power- Roll automatically adjusts the output power of the transmitter based on the recording status to extend battery life; a NP-50 battery delivers 5.5 hours of power.

The ZMT3 is available in model #ZMT3.5 (covering 512–614 MHz) and model #ZMT3.6 (covering 596–698 MHz).