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Hi guys,

The WDMX uses 2.45Ghz which has nothing to do with any upcomming auctions.. The Auctions are for frequencies not yet being used.. so this leaves the 2.45Ghz free.

Elation decided to partner up with wireless solutions.. Wireless solutions is a swedish bases company that has the WDMX trademark and have been perfecting the WDMX for over 20 years. So although the WDMX is new to Elation, it has already been industry tested for 20+ years.

For Licklider, I found that if you turn on the transmitter before the recievers, the recievers stay locked on solide red. but if you turn the transmitter back off, then on again, the reciever picks up. no need to push any more buttons. It's just that if the reciever acts funny, people tend to push the reciever button instead of just restarting the transmitter.

Here is a review of WDMX.

Wireless Solution Sweden AB honored the recipients of the WDMX Visionary Awards in a ceremony and party held during LDI 2007 in Orlando, Florida on Saturday, November 17 at the Wireless Solution booth.

The WDMX Visionary Award is a special recognition of individuals in the professional lighting industry who were early adopters of WDMX and had an immediate vision about how it could be applied to great advantage in their respective production environments.

Valy Tremblay of Proluxon and Josh Thatcher with the Local 728 in Hollywood were this year’s winners.

Tremblay used WDMX in Cirque du Soleil's Delirium and most
recently for a Chantal Chamandy concert in Cairo with the Cairo Symphony
orchestra at The Pyramids of

Of his experience with W-DMX during Delirium, Tremblay says, “WDMX is my big
discovery of the year! I just don¹t want to use cable anymore. It was so
easy to set up and we never had any trouble with them.”

Thatcher was the first to use WDMX in
a major feature films Spiderman 3, Mission Impossible III, Transformers, and Iron Man.

Thatcher is a rising star and extremely tech savvy, pushing networking and
wireless technology into the lighting control of the films made by the major