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Shure AXT600 Spectrum Manager User guide
Spectrum Manager
Manual for the Shure Axient Spectrum Manager (AXT600).
Version: 4 (2019-L)
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Table of Contents
AXT600Spectrum Manager
General Description
Front Panel
Rear Panel
Spectrum Monitoring
Home Menu Screen
Automatic IP Addressing
Manual IP Addressing
Device Reset
RF Coordination Wizard
Backup Frequency Monitoring
Mounting Instructions
Network Access Control
Event Log
Networking a Spectrum Manager and Receivers
Connecting Antennas
Data Display Screen
Entering Exclusions
Setting the Fan Speed
Firmware Updates
Scan Time
RF Input
Furnished Accessories
Information to the user
All New
Update Freqs
Update Devices
Using All New Wizard Option for System Setup
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Spectrum Manager
General Description
The Axient Spectrum Manager is a powerful tool for calculating, analyzing and assigning compatible frequencies to wireless
components. The Spectrum Manager scans the RF environment and uses this data to calculate compatible frequencies for all
wireless channels found on the network. Networked wireless systems can be programmed from the Compatible Frequency
List, while backup frequencies are continuously monitored and ranked according to quality. During operation, the Spectrum
Manager deploys clear frequencies to receivers when interference occurs. Built-in spectrum monitoring tools provide visual and
audio tracking of RF activity.
Wideband Scanning
The Spectrum Manager captures scan data for the entire UHF frequency range available for wireless audio. The scan is com­
piled using two antenna inputs, with sensitivity and resolution that are directly applicable to wireless receivers.
Compatible Frequency List
The Compatible Frequency List (CFL) is list of available frequencies that can be calculated, viewed, and edited from the Spec­
trum Manager or it can be generated from a computer running Wireless Workbench 6. The on-board frequency calculator can
be adjusted to avoid specific TV channels, frequency ranges or RF signal above a specified threshold. During operation the
Spectrum Manager provides current status of each frequency in the list. Clear frequencies are deployed from the compatible
frequency list to initially setup a system or to replace frequencies degraded by interference.
Event Log
The Event Log records actions of the Spectrum Manager during operation. Actions include changes to frequencies and equip­
ment controlled by the Spectrum Manager. Reviewing the event log after a performance provides a snapshot of system perfor­
Backup Frequency Monitoring
The data screen tracks the status of all frequencies available for Axient systems. The number of frequencies is displayed for
each band, including real-time status of in-use and backup frequencies.
RF Scanning
The scanning feature of the Spectrum Manager graphically plots the measured RF signal across the full frequency range. Cur­
sor, Zoom, and Peak tools allow detailed inspection of the data.
Use the Listen feature to tune to a frequency and monitor FM demodulated signal using headphones. The data screen displays
the signal strength for the selected frequency.
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Networking enables many of the advanced features of the Axient system, including monitoring and control of remote devices.
Rack components have two RJ45 Ethernet ports capable of 10/100 Mbps network speeds. The Ethernet ports are power over
Ethernet (PoE) enabled to supply power to the ShowLink™ access point or other class 1 Ethernet devices.
RF Cascade Ports
The cascade ports allow sharing of RF signal with up to 5 components without antenna splitters or distribution amplifiers.
Front Panel
① Data display screen
Displays Frequency Monitoring status, RF plots, and signal strength.
② Data display navigation buttons
Use to access menu options.
③ Menu screen display
Displays menus and settings.
④ Menu navigation buttons
Use to select and navigate through menus.
⑤ Enter button
Use to enter and save parameter changes.
⑥ Exit button
Cancels parameter changes or returns to a previous menu screen.
⑦ Control wheel
◦ Push to select menu items for editing
◦ Turn to edit a parameter value
Tip: Press and hold the control wheel for 1 second to activate the Hardware Identify feature in WWB.
⑧ Monitor clip LED
Indicates audio overload when illuminated.
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⑨ Monitor output LED
Indicates monitor output on or off.
⑩ Monitor volume knob
Adjusts monitor volume.
⑪ Monitor jack
6.5 mm (1/4”) jack.
⑫ Power switch
Power the unit on or off.
Rear Panel
① AC power primary switch
AC main power switch.
② AC power in
IEC connector 100 - 240 V AC.
③ AC power cascade
Use IEC extension cables to connect up to 5 rack components to a single AC power source.
④ Network speed LED (amber)
◦ Off = 10 Mbps
◦ On = 100 Mbps
⑤ Ethernet ports: Class 1 PoE enabled (2)
Connect to an Ethernet network to enable remote control and monitoring.
⑥ Network status LED (green)
◦ Off = no network link
◦ On = network link active
◦ Flashing = network link active, flash rate corresponds to traffic volume
⑦ RF antenna input jacks
For antenna A and antenna B.
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⑧ RF input status LED
Indicates the voltage status of the RF input.
◦ Green = DC voltage on
◦ Red flashing = fault condition
◦ Off = DC voltage off
⑨ RF cascade ports
Passes the RF signal to additional components.
⑩ Temperature activated fan
Ensures top performance in high temperature environments. Clean fan screen as needed to maintain airflow.
Connecting Antennas
Two antennas allow the Spectrum Manager to capture scan data and analyze the RF signals used in diversity receiver applica­
tions. If active antennas are used, set Antenna DC Power to On.
To use front-mounted antennas:
1. Insert the bulkhead adapters on the supplied front-mounting cables through the holes in each bracket and secure them
from the front using the supplied hardware.
2. Connect the supplied antenna cables to the antenna input BNC connectors on the rear panel.
Mounting Instructions
This component is designed to fit into an audio rack.
WARNING: To prevent injury this apparatus must be securely attached to the rack.
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Home Menu Screen
During operation, the home menu screen displays the following indicators:
① Event Log
Records Spectrum Manager functions during operation.
② Network Icon
Indicates connectivity with other devices on the network.
Note: IP address must be valid to enable networked control.
③ Scroll Arrows
Indicates additional log entries listed above or below.
④ Wizard Sub-menu
Accesses the following wizard functions:
◦ All New
◦ Update Freqs
◦ Update Devices
⑤ Manual Sub-menu
Accesses the following menus:
◦ Devices
◦ Scans
◦ Listen
⑥ Util Sub-menu
Accesses the following menus:
More (fan, S/N, Reset All, User Group)
⑦ CFL Sub-menu
Accesses the following menus:
◦ New
◦ Edit
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◦ More (including Analyze and Clear)
◦ Deploy
⑧ Network Access Control Icon
Displayed when Access Control PIN is enabled from Shure control software.
Data Display Screen
During operation, the data display shows the backup frequency monitoring screen. When the Scanning function is active, the
display shows the RF plot. When the Listen feature is active, the display shows a graphic representation of signal strength for a
selected frequency.
① Band
Lists frequency bands for Axient devices controlled by the Spectrum Manager
② In Use
Lists the number of CFL frequencies used by devices controlled by the Spectrum Manager
③ Ready
Lists the number of frequencies that are currently clear and can be deployed
④ More
Indicates additional frequency band entries are available
Networking a Spectrum Manager and Receivers
The Spectrum Manager uses an Ethernet connection to deploy frequencies to networked components. For automatic network
configuration, use a DHCP enabled Ethernet switch such as the AXT620 or an Ethernet router with DHCP service. Use multiple
Ethernet switches to extend the network for larger installations.
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Note: For smaller systems, connect the Spectrum Manager and receivers using the Ethernet ports on the back panel. The devices fall back to compatible ad­
dresses if the IP Mode is set to Automatic and there is no DHCP server.
Automatic IP Addressing
1. If using a Shure AXT620 Ethernet switch, set the DHCP switch to ON.
2. Set the IP mode to automatic for all devices (Util > Network > Mode > Automatic)
Manual IP Addressing
1. Connect the Spectrum Manager and receivers to an Ethernet switch.
2. Set the IP Mode to Manual for all devices:
◦ Menu: Util > Network
◦ Use the control wheel to set valid IP addresses for all devices. Set the subnet mask for all devices to the same val­
Device Reset
Reset your device to restore factory settings.
1. Go to Util > More > Reset All.
2. Press enter to reset the device.
Use only one DHCP server per network
All devices must share the same subnet mask
All devices must have the same level of firmware revision installed
Look for the network icons on the display of each device:
• If the icon is not there, check the cable connection and the LEDs on the network jack.
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• If the LEDs are not on and the cable is plugged in, replace the cable and recheck the LEDs and network icon.
Use the Find All utility (Util > Network > Find All) to view devices on the network:
• The Find All report lists all devices on the network.
• Check the IP address for devices not shown in the Find All report to ensure that they are on the same subnet.
To check connectivity of WWB6 to the network:
1. Start WWB6 software and use Inventory view to see devices connected to the network.
2. If not, find the IP address from one of the devices on the network (such as an AXT400 receiver) and see if you can ping
it from the computer running WWB6.
3. From a WINDOWS/MAC command prompt, type "ping IPADDRESS" of the device (e.g. "ping").
4. If the ping returns success (no packet loss), then the computer can see the device on the network. If the ping returns
failure (100% packet loss), then check the IP address of the computer to ensure it’s on the same subnet as the device.
5. If the pings are successful and the devices still do not show up in the WWB6 inventory, check to ensure all firewalls are
either disabled or allow the WWB network traffic to pass to the application. Check that firewall settings are not blocking
network access.
Network Access Control
Access to Shure networked components can be controlled by setting a network PIN from Shure control software. Once a PIN
has been set, the correct password must be entered from the software to make changes to component parameters.
Use the following steps to clear a network PIN:
1. From the home screen: Util > Network > Access.
2. Use the control wheel to select Disabled.
3. Press enter to save.
Tip: Performing a Reset All will clear a network PIN; however, all parameters will return to factory settings.
RF Coordination Wizard
The Spectrum Manager includes a wizard to provide guided device and frequency configuration. Choose one of the following
setup task options:
All New
Use the All New option for initial RF coordination.
Finds receivers and other devices on the network to manage
Scans the RF spectrum for available frequencies
Calculates a compatible frequency list (CFL) to match the needs of the networked devices
Deploys frequencies to the managed devices
Update Freqs
Use the Update Freqs option to refresh the frequencies for an existing wireless system.
• Scans the RF spectrum for available frequencies
• Calculates the compatible frequency list (CFL) to match the needs of the networked devices
• Deploys frequencies to the managed devices
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Update Devices
Use the Update Devices option when adding new devices to a wireless system.
• Finds devices on the network to manage
• Deploys frequencies from the existing compatible frequency list (CFL) to the managed devices
Using All New Wizard Option for System Setup
The following example shows the steps for initial RF coordination using the All New wizard option. Use the Update Freqs or Up­
date Devices wizard options to coordinate an existing wireless system.
1. From the home menu screen choose Wizard and select the All New option.
2. The Found Channels screen displays the frequency band and model of devices on the network. Press Next.
3. Press the control wheel to place a checkmark in the box next to the Device ID. Use the control wheel to select other de­
vices or press Add All. Press Flash to identify a specific device in the list. Press Next when finished.
4. Mute all transmitters. Press Next.
5. Allow the scan to complete.
The RF plot is displayed in the data window. Press Next.
6. Allow the CFL calculation to complete.
7. Press Deploy to assign frequencies to the network devices.
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Most RF environments contain frequencies where it is not desirable to operate wireless equipment, such as those reserved for
local broadcasts, public safety, or other users. Exclusions can be entered into the Spectrum Manager to prevent it from includ­
ing these frequencies in its calculation of a compatible frequency list.
Entering Exclusions
1. Menu: CFL > New > Exclusions
2. Press the menu button next to the Add option.
3. Press the control wheel to highlight TV, Start, or Stop:
◦ To exclude a single frequency, set the values for the Start frequency and the Stop frequency to the same value
◦ To exclude a range of frequencies, use the Start and Stop values to define the frequency range
◦ To exclude a TV channel, use the control wheel to set the channel number
4. When finished, press ENTER to save changes.
In this example, TV channel 32, the range of 599.00 to 604.000 MHz, and 650.000 MHz will be excluded from the com­
patible frequency calculation.
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Event Log
The event log records the actions of the Spectrum Manager and other devices it manages, as listed below. The log stores up to
150 events. The start of an event record is indicated with an asterisk (*). The most recent events appear at the top of the log.
Use the control wheel to scroll through the list of events. When the storage limit is reached, the oldest events are overwritten.
Note: A power cycle or firmware update will clear the event log.
Backup frequency degraded
Backup frequency upgraded
Frequency served to [channel name]
Scan Stored
Managed Devices:
• [Device ID] goes off-line
[Device ID] comes on-line
[Device ID] removed
[Device ID] added
Transmitter [Tx] profile changed
Compatible Frequency List (CFL):
CFL cleared
New frequency added
Frequency deleted
Frequency value changed
Frequency type changed
CFL deployed
New CFL calculated
• Exclusion threshold changed
• Exclusion added (frequency or range)
• Exclusion cleared (frequency or range)
Spectrum Monitoring
The Spectrum Manager has built-in tools to provide an excellent resource for examining, tracking, and troubleshooting the RF
Backup Frequency Monitoring
During operation, the data screen tracks the status of frequencies available for Axient channels in the system. The total number
of frequencies available for each band are displayed, including real­time status of in­use and backup frequencies. Backup fre­
quencies which have been degraded by the monitoring function are removed from the count of Ready frequencies.
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• In Use = frequencies that are deployed to Axient components including off-line devices
• Ready = frequencies that are open and available for use as backups or for other components
• More = select to view additional frequency bands
Use this feature to monitor the FM demodulated signal at a selected frequency.
Menu: Manual > Listen
Use the control wheel to select the frequency and antenna for monitoring.
The data display shows the signal strength of the selected frequency.
The menu display shows the selected frequency and antenna.
The Listen feature can also be accessed from the CFL > Edit menu, allowing easy cueing of frequencies that are in use
or backups.
Performing a spectrum scan creates a plot of RF activity on the data display. Use the Cursor, Zoom, and Peak tools to examine
a specific area of the plot. The Store option allows for 2 plots of scan data to be saved by the Spectrum Manager for reference
or for CFL calculation. Scans initiated from the Spectrum manager menu cover the entire tuning range. The Frequency Plot tool
in Wireless Workbench software can be used to scan a subset of this range and provides options for step size and resolution
Menu: Manual > Scan
1. Set the following modes:
◦ Sweep = Single or Continuous
◦ Peak Hold = Off or ON
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◦ Exclusion Threshold = The Spectrum Manager excludes scanned frequencies above this value from the Compatible
Frequency List calculation. The threshold can be viewed during edit on the Scan Data display.
2. Press Start to begin scanning. Scan progress is shown on the display. When finished press Store to save a scan.
Select Recall to access a stored scan. The recalled scan will overwrite the current scan data.
The RF plot is shown on the Data Display screen.
Cursor Tool
Cursor adds a movable vertical dashed line placed on the RF plot. Use the control wheel to position the Cursor at any point in
the plot.
The frequency value and signal strength for the selected point are displayed at the top of the plot.
Zoom Tool
Zoom magnifies RF plot to allow for detailed analysis of a portion of the spectrum.
Use Zoom to identify individual frequencies in crowded RF environments.
Peak Tool
Peak enables the cursor to only select the highest peaks of the RF plot.
Peak provides a quick way to identify the strongest signals in the RF plot.
Setting the Fan Speed
The cooling fan has the following speed options:
• Low Speed = fan is always on, at a lower speed for quiet operation
• High Speed = fan is always on, at a higher speed for maximum cooling
• Automatic = fan will operate only when the internal temperature becomes too warm.
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Note: Speed may switch from Low to High if additional cooling is needed to protect the component.
1. From the home screen select Util > More > Fan.
2. Rotate the control wheel to select a speed option.
3. Press Enter to save.
Firmware Updates
Firmware is embedded software in each component that controls functionality. Periodically, new versions of firmware are devel­
oped to incorporate additional features and enhancements. To take advantage of design improvements, new versions of the
firmware can be uploaded and installed using the Firmware Update Manager tool available in WWB6 software. Firmware is
available for download from
RF Tuning Frequency Range
470–865, 925–952 MHz
RF Tuning Step Size
25, 200, 1000 kHz
Noise Floor
Resolution Bandwidth
25 kHz
-110 dBm
200 kHz
-100 dBm
1000 kHz
-90 dBm
Image Rejection
>110 dB, typical
Spurious Response
<-100 dBm, typical
Ultimate Quieting
>90 dB, A-Weighted
44 mm x 483 mm x 366 mm (1.7 in. x 19.0 in. x 14.4 in.) H x W x D
5.5 kg (12.0 lbs)
Steel; Extruded aluminum
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Power Requirements
100 to 240 V AC, 50–60 Hz
Current Drain
referenced at 120 V AC
0.8 A RMS
Operating Temperature Range
-18°C (0°F) to 63°C (145°F)
Storage Temperature Range
-29°C (-20°F) to 74°C (165°F)
Scan Time
The Spectrum Manager scans the entire RF tuning frequency range in 64 seconds using 8 scanning modules in parallel. Scan
time per 60 MHz may be less for specified ranges that allow scanning modules to work in parallel.
Step Size
Maximum Scan Time per 60 MHz
25 kHz:
48 seconds
*200 kHz:
7 seconds
*1000 kHz:
1 second
*Available only with WWB6 control
RF Input
Connector Type
Unbalanced, Active
50 Ω
Maximum Input Level
-20 dBm
Bias Voltage
12 V DC, 150 mA (300 mA maximum)
Cascade Output
Connector Type
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Unbalanced, Active
50 Ω
Insertion Loss
<5 dB
Monitor Audio Output
Audio Frequency Response
40–18 kHz, ±3 dB
Unbalanced mono, 1/4 in. Output (will drive stereo phones)
50 Ω
Maximum Signal Level
45 kHz max. deviation
1 W @ 63 Ω
Pin Assignments
audio +
audio +
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
50 V DC, Class 1
Network Interface
Dual Port Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
Network Addressing Capability
DHCP or Manual IP address
Furnished Accessories
1-foot Coaxial Cascade Cable (2)
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IEC AC Power Cable (1)
IEC AC Extension Cable (1)
Shielded 3-foot Ethernet Cable (1)
Shielded 8-inch Ethernet Jumper Cable (1)
Hardware Kit (1)
22-inch Coaxial Cable* (1)
33-inch Coaxial Cable* (1)
* with integrated bulkhead for front mounting antennas.
Information to the user
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installa­
tion. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wider blade or the third
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cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. UNPLUG this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
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the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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21. Operate this product within its specified operating temperature range.
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For safe and correct use of earphones, read this manual before use. Keep the manual and safety information in a convenient
place for future reference.
UME AS POSSIBLE. Over exposure to excessive sound levels can damage your ears resulting in permanent noise-induced
hearing loss (NIHL). Please use the following guidelines established by the Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA)
on maximum time exposure to sound pressure levels before hearing damage occurs.
90 dB SPL
95 dB SPL
100 dB SPL
105 dB SPL
at 8 hours
at 4 hours
at 2 hours
at 1 hour
110 dB SPL
115 dB SPL
120 dB SPL
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at ½ hour
at 15 minutes
Avoid or damage may occur
• Do not use when a failure to hear your surroundings could be dangerous, such as while driving, or when biking, walking,
or jogging where traffic is present and accidents could occur.
• Keep this product and its accessories out of reach of children. Handling or use by children may pose a risk of death or se­
rious injury. Contains small parts and cords that may pose risk of choking or strangulation.
• Set the volume level of the audio device to a minimum, and then after connecting the earphones, adjust the volume gradu­
ally. Sudden exposure to loud noises could cause hearing damage.
• Turn up the volume control only far enough to hear properly.
• Ringing in the ears may indicate that the volume level is too high. Try lowering the volume.
• If you connect these earphones to an airplane’s sound system, listen at low levels so that loud messages from the pilot do
not cause discomfort.
• Have your hearing checked by an audiologist on a regular basis. If you experience wax buildup, discontinue use until a
medical professional has examined your ears.
• Failure to use, clean, or maintain earphone sleeves and nozzles according to manufacturer’s instructions may increase
the risk of sleeves detaching from the nozzle and becoming lodged in your ear.
• Prior to inserting the earphone, always recheck the sleeve to make sure it is firmly attached to the nozzle.
• If a sleeve becomes lodged in your ear, seek skilled medical assistance to remove the sleeve. Damage to the ear may be
caused by non-professionals attempting to remove the sleeve.
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• Do not immerse in water, such as while taking a bath or washing your face, otherwise sound deterioration or failures may
• Do not use while sleeping as accidents may result.
• Use a slow twisting motion to remove the earphones. Never pull on the earphone cord.
• Stop using the earphones immediately if they are causing great discomfort, irritation, rash, discharge, or any other uncom­
fortable reaction.
• If you are currently receiving ear treatment, consult your physician before using this device.
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Note: Please follow your regional recycling scheme for batteries and electronic waste
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