Wireless PC to TV Interference
PC to TV converter runs on the standard 2.4 GHz frequency, so
occasionally we have had customers experience interference problems
with other wireless devices like cordlesss phones, or wireless internet.
The wireless PC to TV Converter uses the 2.4 GHz range. The 2.4 GHz range has several channels, which would allow multiple devices to work
simultaneously without interfering. On both the sending and recieving
units there is a switch. This switch has settings for 1-4, which determine the corresponding
channel. The sending unit also has two additional switches used for
wired connectivity (component vs composite).
If you are experiencing any interference with the PC to TV, try
changing to another channel. Make sure that both the sending
and recieving units are on the same channel.
The other advantage to having the same channel, is that it will
allow you to use several units within the wireless range of each other.
For example, we have spoken to a lot of schools that have wanted to use
these in classrooms, however if two sending units are close enough to a
reciever, they will conflict if they are on the same channel. Simply
changing the channel they run on will let you run up to 4 within range
of each other.
For more information about the setup and how the unit works, check out our Youtube video about the Wireless PC to TV Converter