Cypress CWHDI-RX Specifications

CWHDI-TX & RX
Wireless HDMI
Transmitter and
Receiver Box
Operation Manual
CWHDI-TX & RX
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction................................................................................ 1
2. Features...................................................................................... 1
3. Package Contents................................................................... 1
4. Operation Controls and Functions.......................................... 2
4.1
Transmitter side................................................................. 2
4.1.1 Front Panel........................................................................ 2
4.1.2 Rear Panel......................................................................... 3
4.2
Receiver side..................................................................... 3
4.2.1 Front Panel......................................................................... 3
4.2.2 Rear Panel.......................................................................... 4
5. Remote Control.......................................................................... 4
6. Connection and Installation..................................................... 5
7. Specifications............................................................................ 6
8. Troubleshooting......................................................................... 7
1. Introduction
This wireless HDMI transmitter and receiver box uses baseband technology
with a Wireless High Definition Interface (WHDI) to deliver uncompressed HD video
and audio up to 15~30 meters away, while maintaining superb,
wired-equivalent quality and reliability without any lag. Both the transmitter and
receiver are available with embedded antennas.
2. Features
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Wireless transmission of uncompressed HD audio/video at wired-equivalent
quality.
Supported video resolutions include 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i
VGA@60/72, SVGA@60/72, XGA@60/70 and 1080p(24fps/30fps).
15~30 meter operating distance, no line of sight required.
Real time link, with a lag time under 1 millisecond.
Strong 256-bit AEC based encryption for security.
Video Data Rates 1.5Gbps.
5GHz licensed band, MIMO RF.
CEC functionality supported.
Fully HDCP Compliant.
Unicast and Multicast change.
Auto shut down when one of the devices is turned off.
Instant signal transmission with a timing change less than 10 seconds.
Control Channel allows two-way communications at 10Kbps.
3. Package Contents
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Wireless HDMI Transmitter box.
Wireless HDMI Receiver box.
2 x 5V/2.6A DC power supply adaptors.
Operation Manual.
CR-67 Transmitter Remote
CR-68 Receiver Remote
Holders x 2
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4. Operation Controls and Functions
4.1 Transmitter side
4.1.1 Front Panel
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5
6
Power Link
CWHDI-TX Transmitter
Power
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
HDMI1 HDMI2 HDMI3
Input
1
①
②
③
7
ID
2
3
Power: Press to turn the system on/off.
Input: Press to select input source (1/2/3).
ID: Press the Transmitter and Receivers “ID” button for 2 seconds to
connect the systems. These systems were already connected before
leaving the factory, so you do not need to reset them again unless the
system cannot link up properly. Press the ID button for more than 10
seconds to switch to a different mode (Broadcast/Unicast). When the
green LED is lit it means the system is under Unicast mode and when the
red LED is on, it means the systems has been switched to Broadcast
mode. The factory default is Unicast mode and it is suggested to use this
for household use. It is not necessary to press both the Transmitter and
Receiver's ID button at the same time. Note: Due to the nature of the
transmission, Broadcast mode has no uplink so bi-directional
communication between Transmitter and Receiver is not possible. This
results in the following limitations:
• HDCP protected content should not be transmitted.
• CEC and EDID repeater functions are not supported.
• Broadcast mode is not HDCP compliant.
IR sensor.
Power: The LED will turn on when power is on.
Link: When under search mode the LED will flash repeatedly and during
the signal linking stage the LED will slowly flash. When the LED has been
switched on and no longer flashes it means the signal has been properly
linked.
Input indicator: The LED will turn on to indicate which input source is
being sent to the HDMI display.
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4.1.2 Rear Panel
DC 5V
HDMI3
HDMI1
HDMI2
1
2
① HDMI 1/2/3 Inputs: Connect each of the input ports to the HDMI output
of your source equipment such as DVD/Blu Ray players or set-top-boxes.
② Power: Plug the 5V DC power supply into this unit and connect the
adaptor to an AC outlet.
4.2 Receiver side
4.2.1 Front Panel
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IR
CWHDI-RX Receiver
4
5
Power Link
Power
ID
1
2
① Power: Press to turn the system on/off.
② ID: Press the Transmitter and Receivers “ID” button for 2 seconds to connect
the systems. These systems were already connected before leaving the
factory, so you do not need to reset them again unless the system cannot
link up properly. Press the ID button for more than 10 seconds to switch to a
different mode (Broadcast/Unicast). When the green LED is lit it means the
system is under Unicast mode and when the red LED is on, it means the
systems has been switched to Broadcast mode. The factory default is
Unicast mode and it is suggested to use this for household use. It is not
necessary to press both the Transmitter and Receiver's ID button at the same
time. Note: Due to the nature of the transmission, Broadcast mode has no
uplink so bi-directional communication between Transmitter and Receiver is
not possible. This results in the following limitations:
③ IR sensor.
④ Power: The LED will illuminate when power ON.
⑤ Link: When under search mode the LED will flash repeatedly and during the
signal linking stage the LED will slowly flash. When the LED has been switched
on and no longer flashes it means the signal has been properly linked.
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4.2.2 Rear Panel
DC 5V
HDMI OUT
1
2
① HDMI output: Connect the HDMI output to the HDMI input of your display
using an HDMI cable.
② Power: Plug the 5V DC power supply into this unit and connect the adaptor
to an AC outlet.
5. Remote Control
①. Power: Press to turn the device on/off.
②. ID: Press the transmitters and receivers “ID”
button for two seconds to connect the system.
These systems were already connected before
leaving the factory so you do not need to reset
them again unless the system cannot link up
properly.
③. 1~3: Input source selection of 1~3, press to have
your desired source displayed on the HDMI
display.
POWER
INPUT
1
①
②
③
2
3
Transmitter CR-67
POWER
ID
①
②
Receiver
4
ID
CR-68
6. Connection and Installation
HDMI Cable
HDMI Cable
HDMI
HDMI
PS3
DVD
LCD TV
Blu-Ray
Or
HDMI Cable
HDMI
LCD TV
HDMI
HDMI
PS3
HDMI
HDMI
DVD
Blu-Ray
LCD TV
HDMI
LCD TV
3M
3M
30˚
30˚
POWER
3M
7M
3M
30˚
ID
POWER
ID
30˚
INPUT
1
2
3
Transmitter CR-67
Receiver
5
CR-68
7M
7. Specifications
Radio Power
Video resolutions (partial list)
Frequencies Supported
Modulation
Bandwidth
Wireless Range
Antenna
System Features
Digital Video Interface
Digital Audio Interface
System Latency
Security
Input ports
Output port
Power Supply
Dimensions (mm)
Weight(g)
Chassis Material
Silkscreen Color
Operating Temperature
Power Consumption
Transmit power is configurable up to 63mW
(+18dBm)
480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i, VGA@60/72,
SVGA@60/72, XGA@60/70 and 1080p(24fps/30fps)
4.9 ~ 5.9GHz
OFDM MIMO with WHDITH video-modem
Technology
20MHz
15~30 meters open field
Transmitter: 4 transmit antennas and 1 receive
antenna
Receiver: 5 receiver antenna and 1 transmit
antenna
Automatic Transmission Power Control (ATPC)-for
best power performance
Automatic Frequency Selection (AFS)-For avoiding
interferences
Up to 24 bit RGB or YCbCr (4:4:4)
PCM2CH, DTS5.1, AC3 5.1
Less than 1 millisecond delay between video/audio
source and sink
Strong 256 bit AES-based encryption
3 x HDMI
1 x HDMI
5V/2.6A DC (US/EU standards, CE/FCC/UL certified)
162.6(W) x 164.5(D) x 33.5(H)
Transmitter: 348
Receiver: 316
Plastic
White
0°C ~ 40°C
Transmitter: 9.8 Receiver: 8.1
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8. Troubleshooting
Situation
Power LED is not
illuminate when power
ON.
Check Point
1. Check if the right adaptor is used. 5V 2.6A’s
adaptor.
2. Check all power connectors are plugged in
correctly.
3. Push the power buttons to turn on the devices.
1.
After powering on
Tx & Rx the Link’s LED
is flashing speedily /
slowly without image.
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3.
1.
The Link’s LED is
illuminating consistently
without image display
or unexpected image
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display.
3.
4.
Input’s LED not
illuminate.
1.
This is normal if the devices are pairing or learning,
the LED will illuminate slowly when it is doing signal
linking. After signal is transmit and received
steadily the LED will be light up consistently.
If the LED keeps on flashing speedily for more than
3 minute, then repairing devices by pushing the
ID keys for 2 second.
If the LED keeps on flashing slowly for more than
3 minute, then check the input selection of the
transmitter if its correct.
Check if source’s timing is supported by the
device. The device support up to 1080i and
therefore, please make sure the source is sending
acceptable timing for device and display and
the display also can accept that timing.
Check if both source and the display are
HDCP/CEC complaint.
Check if TV mode is selected rightly.
Check if both source and display are connected
stably.
For the first time linkage, if the output display is not
link up the input LED will not illuminate therefore,
please check if the HDMI output is connected.
1. Red Power LED means under Broadcast mode
and Green Power LED means under Unicast mode.
Different color on Power
If Tx is on Green LED but Rx is on Red LED, press Rx's
LED.
ID key for 10 second to change to Unicast mode.
Vice versa, when Broadcast mode is demanded
press Tx's ID key for 10 second to change to
Broadcast mode.
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CYPRESS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
Home page: http://www.cypress.com.tw
20070816 MPM-CWHDI-TX & RX