Range for using the infrared wireless port when updating

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Luckily, this is done automatically during the setup process of capable smart TVs.You will be asked for your zip code and what cable service provider you use, and sometimes the make and model of your cable box.As further evidence, some Redditors declared 2016 the year that IR blasters died.We're still waiting to see the death certificate before we call it quits.

Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard that uses short-wavelength UHF radio waves (2.4 GHz to 2.485 GHz) to transmit and receive data over short distances (typically within the range of 10 meters).

Notably, the Samsung S7 series of phones dropped the IR blaster feature, which may hint at dark times ahead for the fate of technology.

Wikipedia has a partial list of devices with IR blasters, but that's looking pretty anemic.

The advantages of Bluetooth include less power consumption, no requirement for additional hardware (other than the devices that need to be connected) and simplicity of use.‘Infrared transmission‘ derives its name from infrared light rays.

Infrared rays have a wavelength that is greater than visible light, extending from the nominal red edge of the visible spectrum at 700 nanometer to 1 mm.

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