Wireless DMX runs in the 2.4 GHz band, also known as wifi. If there is a problem, this can have various causes.

There are numerous other devices operating in this frequency band, so the 2.4 GHz band is generally very congested.

In addition to our wireless DMX, whether with CRMX, W-DMX or others, Arris LCS, cmotions camera controllers and others also transmit on this frequency band.

The worst of all, however, are old or cheap video radio links.

No interference is to be expected with the video radio links of the established manufacturers of professional equipment, as they transmit on 5 GHz and 6 GHz (currently only approved for indoor use).

If there are any problems with the wireless DMX, please check the following points:

  1. Is there (a) wireless video radio link(s) on the set?
  2. If so, on which frequency do they operate?
  3. Is 2.4 GHz set as the operating frequency? > Switch to another frequency, e.g. 5 GHz
  4. Does the video radio link only work with 2.4 Ghz? > Take the video radio link out of operation

Especially as older (even incorrectly configured) video radio links transmit at a significantly higher power (up to 200 mW) than wireless DMX (max. 100 mW).

Unfortunately, in radio technology, the power of the stronger transmitter prevails.