FAQ : WID101 Wireless XGA Receiver
Where is the Wireless XGA Receiver (WID101) typically used?
The WID101 is typically used in classrooms, auditoriums, museums, houses of worship, boardrooms, and for digital signage.

What is the transmission distance of the Wireless XGA Receiver?
Up to 250 ft unobstructed and up to 150 ft obstructed.

Can the Wireless XGA Receiver perform full DVD quality video playback?
Yes, our Wireless XGA Receiver can playback DVD quality video with audio at a full 30 fps.
What are the systems requirements for the Wireless XGA receiver?
A Wireless adapter (integrated / USB / PCMCIA) 802.11 g/a/b, Windows XP / 2000, 128MB RAM, and 15MB Hard disk space.

Can a PC be connected wirelessly to both the internet and the Wireless XGA?
Using both a wireless network card and a wireless USB adapter one can connect to both a wireless network and connect to the Wireless XGA simultaneously. Use one wireless device to connect to your wireless network to surf the internet and access network resources, and use the other to connect to the Wireless XGA for desktop streaming and video playback.

Does the Wireless XGA Receiver provide secure transmission?
Yes, the Wireless XGA Receiver offers both unencrypted and WEP encrypted transmission modes. Key length for encrypted transmission is either 64, 128, 152 bit.
Can more than one PC desktop stream and play back video using the Wireless XGA Receiver?
Multiple PCs can request a link to a single receiver, while the user of the active transmitting PC allows or denies to pass control to another user.

Is the Wireless XGA Receiver (WID101) compatible with Macs?
The WID101 software is WindowsTM based and will only work on a Mac if BootCamp is installed and a Windows XP license is available to boot the Mac as a PC.

What is overscan mode?
When a number of lines and horizontal pixels delivered to the monitor exceed the visible display space of the screen. Generally the border area of video appears to be cropped and the picture looks as though it goes outside the boundaries of the viewable screen.

What is DHCP smart?
It is an IP Assignment setting in which the wireless receiver looks for a DHCP server. If one is not found, the wireless receiver becomes the DHCP server. If a DHCP server is found, the wireless receiver will automatically obtain an IP address from the existing DHCP server.

What is the difference between DVI-I and DVI-D?
DVI-I supports both digital and analog signals, while DVI-D only supports digital signals.

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