clientconnects to an access point and transmits tracking data from the Alt;
access pointreceives tracking data from connected clients and transmits it via USB to the Host along with its own data.
1denotes that the respective channel will be used while searching for an access point, while
0implies that the channels will be ignored. The first symbol in the line is responsible for the last channel (140).
full- all channels are available for searching;
default- only the five default channels are available for searching;
N- only channel 'N' is available for searching. For example, for channel
100....000mask will be set
MasterSNwill also cut down on device connection times even for a large mask because the search will stop right after detecting a designated access point. If you do not enable this setting, the search will stop only after scanning all chosen channels.
-1. The access point will randomly select the first available radio channel.
0completely shuts down the radio connection on the device.
MasterSN) on the client is set to an unknown access point or lost. Follow these steps to reset the MasterSN property.
ChannelsMask). To solve this problem, set the access point to channel
92. This channel is always available for searching and cannot be reset.
MasterSNproperty will be erased.
|Indication||State of the device|
Client is trying to find any access point to connect to.
Client is trying to find a specific access point (
use the AntilatencyService.
use the power button.
5 seconds. After that, the wireless socket will be restarted and save the hardware serial number of the access point to the