The GVS72 is a 2-port VGA video splitter and a signal booster with IOGEAR’s patented VSE (Video Signal Enhancement) Technology. It is the best choice for splitting and carrying a video signal to more that one display with the same quality as the original signal. The GVS72 VGA Video Splitter is used to take video input from a single source and direct it to two video outputs for monitors using analog signals.
The signal boost obtained by using IOGEAR’s patented VSE (Video Signal Enhancement) Technology allows you to not only split the signal but it also amplifies the video signal to increase the transmission distance to about 215 feet away. This is no small feat, your average VGA card, over a standard VGA cable, sends a clear VGA signal approximately 25 feet.
Operating with a bandwidth of 350MHz (350 million cycles per second) that is almost 60 times greater than a simple TV signal. The high bandwidth allows for the transmission of large amounts of information at a very high rate of speed, thus allowing for the use of high resolution settings upwards of 1920 x 1440 in 24 or 32 bit true color mode.
The Intelix SKYPLAY-HD is the industry’s first HDCP-compliant wireless HDMI distribution system designed specifically for the professional audio visual (AV) installation. The SKYPLAY-HD seamlessly distributes HDMI high-definition (HD) audio/video up to 100 feet in both point-to-point and point-to-many configurations. This Transmitter is compatible with up to 6 Receivers (sold separately) for larger deployments, and multiple channel assignment allows up to 20 independent networks to coexist within each 100 foot radius.. WHDI and AES 128-bit encrypted processing ensure the integrity of digital signals and real-time processing (less than 1 ms delay), whether transmitting in open spaces or through light construction, such as framed drywall walls. The Intelix SKYPLAY-HD supports high-definition video up to 1080p/60Hz, 3D and is ideal for residential, commercial, corporate A/V, education, digital signage, hospitality, and house of worship applications. An HDMI cable is required for connection at the Transmitter (from the source component) and at the Receiver (display).