Wireless video transmission at its best. The Austrian manufacturer DwarfConnection innovates the market of wireless video transmitters with its second generation of DC-LINK systems. Their new WHDI systems come with a wide range of new innovations, that make field use even easier. The core feature is the so called DC-SCAN. This is a spectrum analyzer that outputs alternately to wireless video on the HDMI port. That gives you a powerful, yet easy to use tool for channel management.
DwarfConnection tries to eliminate all possible errors when you use the devices on sets or live productions. This is why the DC-SCAN is equiped with an antenna functionality test for every single antenna on the receiver. This eliminates the risk of not properly screwed or broken antennas to asure a stable connection. If you would like to learn more, please check out the article about “the most common problems with wireless video transmission and how to solve them”
Sustainability is a big aim of DwarfConnection. This is why all second generation wireless video transmitters are cross-compatible to its predecessors. Like this old and new systems can combine without limitation. All new DC-LINK transmitters can do multi-cast to an unlimitted number of wireless receivers. They support SDI or HDMI input on the transmitter, while they give out both signals on the receiver.
To enhance the life-time of DC-LINK systems all new devices have got a fan. Even so, the noise for some productions might be an absolute no-go. This is why the fan on transmitter and receiver can be controlled independly and switched off. Because nobody wants to think about fan status, they switch on by default whenever you restart the system.
Some applications require that an OnScreenDisplay (OSD) is not visible at any time. Hence, all DC-LINK receivers can switch off the OSD whenever needed.