iPad air (which is slightly smaller than iPad) is the largest Apple device that will fit.I just tried attaching my ipad2 and it seems it's too big ??? Hate to have to use my phone or but another device
Thank you for clarification TJ, I've been reading for months and haven't come across thatiPad air (which is slightly smaller than iPad) is the largest Apple device that will fit.
This is not from personal experience, but from reading several posts that stated it...
Another issue with the iPad2, not Air, is that it does not have the A7 processor specified on the Inspire spec page as minimum required to display the video without high latency.Thank you for clarification TJ, I've been reading for months and haven't come across that
Man, I just used iPad mini and was serious high latency with dogs in kitchen walking.. Same dog showed up in 3 spots as he was walking by... Ouch. Didn't realize processor speed required for this beast... Thank youAnother issue with the iPad2, not Air, is that it does not have the A7 processor specified on the Inspire spec page as minimum required to display the video without high latency.
thank you editor for taking the time to make your post..it didn't land on def ears..What an absolutely pointless exercise and a waste of 45 seconds!
As soon as you move outside the entire propagation characteristics will change. What about reflected, refracted and multipath signals or the groundplane effect coming off the table and floor being confined in that room? Not to mention spurious RF coming from the bloody phone this video was taken on
It annoys me when ill informed individuals post things on YouTube that are wholly inaccurate especially where people may rely on this information in the real world. Then I suppose it's a case of people should make up their own mind whether they believe everything on YT or not....... but it still annoys me
The lightbridge system, is no different to any other two way digital communication system using diversity technology and simple dipoles to radiate and receive the RF.
Dipole antennas will create a linearly polarized electromagnetic wave in the plane they are orientated in. Similarly a receiving antenna that is also aligned in the same plane will generate the largest current when exposed to the electromagnetic wave.
What I find ludicrous is that this company/individual actually thinks this is a valid test of received RF strength!