Wireless Workbench® 5
Scan. Plan. Command.
Windows Download (ZIP)
- Windows XP, Vista, 7
- XP Tablet PC 2005, XP Tablet PC 2000
Mac Download (ZIP)
- 10.3 - 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
Wireless Workbench® Software is your wireless command center for frequency coordination of any Shure Wireless product and networked control of Shure UHF and UHF-R® series wireless systems
Compatible with both Windows 7 and Mac OS X, WWB5 takes the guesswork out of frequency coordination and provides a graphic display of your RF environment. Scan, plan, and command your systems anywhere with the ultimate system control software from Shure.
Version 5.0.5 includes support for new frequency band options available for the PSM®1000 Personal Monitor System. Please note that while this update does enable users to calculate frequencies for PSM 1000 systems, those frequencies will then need to be manually entered into the hardware via front-panel controls. WWB5.0.5 does not recognize, deploy frequencies to, monitor, or control the PSM 1000. Fully networked control for PSM 1000 will be available with the release of WWB6.
Minimum Computer Requirements:
- 750 MHz processor
- 40 MB hard drive space, 256 MB RAM
IMPORTANT NOTE: After installation, please run WWB and select "Check for Updates" from the Help menu to download the latest frequency databases.
For Windows 7 Users: When installing Wireless Workbench 5.0.5 on a Windows 7 computer running 64-bit mode, the installation program must be run in compatibility mode. Right click on the installer and click "Check Compatibility".
For Mac Users: Wireless Workbench 5.0.5 is not compatible with OSX 10.7 (Lion). Wireless Workbench 5 can run on a Mac running Snow Leopard in 64-bit mode. The installation program must run while the OS is in 32-bit mode. See Installation Instructions for 64-bit Mac (OS X).
PSM 1000 New Frequency Bands Support
G10 USA, IA (470-542 MHz)
J8 USA, IA (554-626 MHz)
L8 USA, IA, Australia (626-698 MHz)
X1 USA (944-952MHz)
- 32-Bit USB Driver Support
- When a UR4 or MW4 is connected via USB, the Found New Hardware wizard assists in the installation