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LaON brings simple and expandable comms to Yongin Leading Church

LaON brings simple and expandable comms to Yongin  Leading Church

LaON brings simple and expandable comms to Yongin Leading Church


Korea’s Yongin Leading Church has recently adopted a new communications system from LaON Technology in order to facilitate discussions between its director, based in the broadcast control room, and cameramen and operational staff members located in the Glory Chapel. Delivered by 12 pastors in total, the church holds a staggering 27 services a week and boasts enviable amenities including multiple chapels, multipurpose studios, event halls and seminar rooms, a culture centre, café, gyms and a restaurant.

Prior to the equipment upgrade, the church had been using a basic walkie-talkie system. As parts of the church were being reconstructed, the decision was made to update a lot of the old equipment. Over time, full-duplex communication among staff and a system capable of handling many wireless beltpack connections had become necessary.

The new solution in use at Yongin Leading Church is built around a LaON Technology Genie BS1000 solution, the company’s flagship product. This was specified following an extensive site survey detailing coverage requirements, antenna positions and wireless frequency coordination and was the most appropriate solution given the church’s huge campus size.

“There were 5GHz wireless video signals being used by a cameramen,” recalled LaON’s Miyoun Park. “We have checked the signal and coordinated for the best RF channel for our antennas to avoid interreference from those video signals. With a number of other 5GHz devices creating congestion, the LaON system allows users to change the RF channel for the antennas or set up automatic RF scanning with the GCM program.

Armed with LaON BP850 beltpacks, the cameramen communications can be heard via the integrated speaker in the Genie base station in the broadcast control room. An external speaker can also be connected through the base station’s AUX interface. The completed solution comprises a LaON Genie BS1000 Base Station, RA100 remote antennas and BP850 beltpacks with their required accessories. The system can be easily expanded in the future with more antennas to extend wireless coverage to other floors, chapels, halls, or additional beltpacks and wired intercom panels.

“The church is very much satisfied with the audio quality and ease of operation, and particularly likes the beltpack button lock function and the fact that a beltpack-only communication system can be constructed without a base station if necessary,” added Park. As they also host many smaller events, they only have to bring along the beltpacks for those purposes.”

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