Academic journal article T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

Watch Any Video Source on Classroom Monitors without Hookup Hassles

Academic journal article T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

Watch Any Video Source on Classroom Monitors without Hookup Hassles

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The scenario is typical of many classrooms: one lonely TV/monitor hangs inaccessibly from the ceiling, hardwired to a VCR elsewhere in the room. If instructors want to display something using a videodisc player, DVD player, computer or other device, they usually have to call for a video cart to be brought in, and attempt to unscramble the morass of wires that awaits them,

RF-Link offers a solution to the above scenario in its two-piece Wavecom Sr. wireless audio/video sender. You simply plug the receiving unit into the monitor, TV or computer you want to display on, plug the sending unit into whatever output device you are using, and position the units' small antennas toward each other. The Wavecom's reliable 2.4GHz signal can penetrate walls, doors, and ceilings up to 300 feet, giving you the ultimate in placement options (no more infrared line-of-sight hassles). And, a built-in remote control extender (RCE) lets you control the source from the viewing room, if it happens to be separate from the room where the sending unit is positioned.

A classroom using the Wavecom Sr. may present this new scenario: a TV/monitor hangs from the ceiling, with the Wavecom receiving unit attached. …

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