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How to Pick a Wireless A/V Technology: 15 Key Considerations
Consumer electronics professionals generally recommend hard wiring for the best audio, video, voice and data (AVDD) delivery. But sometimes you simply can’t get the wire to all the right places. Thankfully, today we have many technologies that deliver an excellent AVDD experience with no new wires required, including both wireless and “softwired” (powerline, coax) solutions.
So how do you determine which solution is right for you and your clients? In this Advantage Series from CE Pro, we present 15 characteristics—such as latency, distance, QoS and line-of-sight requirements—that you should consider before making a decision. And the questions you need ask about their effects on various transmission technologies, including:
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