Answer: We only support sending video from one computer to one TV/projector at a time.
Answer: The range depends on several parameters like distance, whether the product is within line of sight or not, and what content you wish to transfer over the air. The technology is designed to be used within the same room and generally within line of sight. For best performance position the antennas facing each other and in direct line of sight. For more information, refer to user manual.
Answer: There is nothing wrong with the product. The green lights on both the PC Adapter and Device Adapter will only light up when a signal is being transmitted or received. It is normal for them to flash on and off, and even stay off for a period of time, especially when first installing the product.
Answer: First, make sure the Display adapter is within 30ft of the PC and generally in a line of site position. If your PC is within range, many times the Display adapter must be reboot. To reboot you simply unplug the Display adapter from the wall, wait 5 seconds, and plug it back in. This usually corrects any connection problem between the PC and the Display Adapter.
Answer: UWB is a wireless radio technology originally developed for secure military communications and radar that is now declassified. In the future, UWB is ideally suited for transmitting data between consumer electronics (CE), PC peripherals, and mobile devices within short range at very high speeds while consuming little power. UWB technology has the capacity to handle the very high bandwidths required to transport multiple audio and video streams. This fairly new technology operates at a level that most systems interpret as noise and, as a result, does not cause interference to other radios such as cell phones, cordless phones, broadcast television sets, Bluetooth devices and WIFI.
Answer: UWB is the wireless radio technology while Wireless USB is the protocol stuck running on top of Ultra Wide Band Technology (UWB), similar to surfing the web using Ethernet cable (CAT5/6). Ethernet is the medium used to surf the web Ultra Wide Band Technology (UWB) and TCP/IP is the protocol running on top (Wireless USB)
Answer: Wireless USB is faster, more secure, uses less power and already has a common interface for enabling products from the PC, CE and mobile industries. Similar to wireless USB, Bluetooth is a protocol layer running on top of the wireless Radio technology (utilizing 2.4Ghz frequency) Bluetooth is considering using Ultra Wide Band Technology (UWB) Radio technology as the next generation of the Bluetooth.
Answer: Warpia PC to TV Beta driver support for Mac OS X has been released. Currently, there is no timetable for a PC to TV production level driver release. In an effort to provide our customers with the best possible user experience, Warpia maintains a high standard of quality as it relates to product driver release dates. Consequently, driver release dates are subject to change at Warpia’s discretion. Please note the following will be the benefits and limitations of our Warpia PC to TV Mac OS X Beta Drivers:
Answer: When purchasing a set containing one host and one device adapter, there are no pairing requirements. If you should purchase additional device adapters, you will be required to pair the devices with your host device. Note: Pairing is an easy process. Please refer to the user manual (pairing section) on how to perform the pairing.
Answer: No. The display adapter will not accept a standard USB cable. Our product has been tested and guaranteed to work 30feet (10 meters) line of sight. If the product is used within these parameters, we do not anticipate encountering any issue with reception.
Answer: The current technology was not designed to transmit through structures. Although in recent tests we have observed successful transmissions through structures, we can only guarantee the performance as suggested; in room and line of site.