a ANALOG OUT (analog output) 1/2 connectors
Connect the analog input connector of mixer, amplifier, or
You can use menu operations to set the output level and to
disconnect the XLR connector grounding (pin 1) and the
For details, see "Setting Analog Audio Output Level (BAL
OUT LEVEL)" on page 25 and "Ground Lift Function
(GROUND LIFT)" on page 25.
b DIGITAL OUT (digital output) 1/2/3/4 connectors
(1/2: XLR type, 3/4: BNC-R)
These connectors output a digital audio signal in AES3
format. Connect the digital input connector of mixer,
amplifier, or other equipment.
c LAN (Ethernet) (10/100) connector (RJ-45)
This is a 100Base-TX connector for network connection.
Connect to a Windows PC, in order to use the supplied
Wireless Studio software for communications with the
For connection to a computer, use a category 5 or superior
LAN cable with a maximum length of 100 m (approx.
330 ft). If the connection requires a total cable length
exceeding 100 m (approx. 330 ft), use a hub between the
computer and the DWR-R02DN.
Use the following type of cable when:
Directly connecting the computer and the
DWR-R02DN: Cross cable
Using a hub between the computer and the
DWR-R02DN: Straight cable
d ANTENNA a/b IN (antenna a/b input) connectors
Connect an optional UHF antenna (e.g., AN-820A) and the
supplied whip antenna to these connectors.
When an antenna is connected, this connector supplies 9 V
or 12 V DC power to the booster incorporated in the
antenna. When using an antenna which does not require a
1 ANALOG OUT 1/2 connectors
2 DIGITAL OUT 1/2 connectors
9 WORD SYNC IN/OUT connectors and 75 Ω termination switch
3 LAN (10/100) connector
4 ANTENNA a/b IN connectors
7 ANTENNA a/b OUT connectors
8 REM ANT
power supply, you can turn off the power output by menu
For details, see "DC power supply setting for antennas
(ANT DC OUT)" on page 28.
Antenna attenuator can be also set with menu operation
according connection methods of the antennas.
For details, see "Antenna attenuator setting (ANT ATT a/
b)" on page 28.
• Do not short-circuit this connector.
• When connecting DWR-R02DN units in cascade, set
ANT ATT a/b to "0dB" and ANT DC OUT to "OFF" on
any DWR-R02DN unit that is not directly connected to
About the antenna gain and the cable loss
When the antenna with the booster is connected to the
DWR-R02DN and the antenna gain exceeds the coaxial
cable loss between the antenna and the DWR-R02DN, the
RF signal which exceeds the allowable level may be input
to this unit.
To prevent this, set the cable loss and antenna attenuator
(0dB, 5dB or 10dB) (see page 28) to meet the following
The RF indicator on the receiver lights in orange when the
input becomes 80 dBµ or higher, so you can use it as a
Gain of antenna booster - Cable loss between antenna
and this unit - Antenna attenuator setting (dB) = 0 dB
5 AC IN connector
6 DC IN connector