In this video, we review how to make the Phoenix Audio speakerphones wireless with the new USB2Air. The USB2Air is a wireless USB 2.0 extension system which we will plug into the Phoenix Audio spider to make wireless. This process could not be easier but does require a Windows PC. Once we plug the USB 2.0 wireless transceivers into our laptop and the speakerphone we have a wireless USB 2.0 connection.
As you can see above the Phoenix Audio Spider is just one of the USB 2.0 speakerphone available today that we can make wireless with the USB2Air. In fact, we are showing multiple devices connected the USB2Air to demonstrate how easily you can use the USB2Air with a USB 2.0 Hub. The wireless connection from the USB2Air transmitter and receiver allow users to connect multiple devices far away from their computer (up to 25′) and have the USB devices perform as if they were connected directly via USB 2.0.
As you can see in this use case diagram, having the ability to make the connection to your Phoenix Audio Spider wireless will make integration in a conference room or meeting space much easier. We can now create a direct wireless link between the Phoenix Audio spider and any Windows based computer for up to 30 Mbps. Many professional audio visual integrators would traditionally suggest a core-hole or under the carpet cabling solution to provide USB connectivity at a conference table. Now we can provide USB 2.0 connectivity up to 25′ between transceivers completely wirelessly.
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