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3 monitors connected wireless to 1 computer with option of displaying diiferent views.

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Is it possible to connect wireless - 3 monitors (about 200 meters apart) to one (1) computer and to send 3 different  bulletins to each monitor at the same moment?
It may be possible to connect to a graphics card up to 4 monitors but not wireless.
Also what program available - included with display card?


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Not wirelessly. At 200meters, you might need fiber extenders.
Wireless VGA is only good for relatively  low resolution and short distance 100-300 feet
http://www.engadget.com/2006/01/19/the-wireless-vga-extender-eliminates-some-other-wires-too/
http://www.comprehensiveinc.com/product.asp?product_id=LV3500W&cookie%5Ftest=1

CAT5 extenders are good for up to 600 feet
http://www.networktechinc.com/cat5-vga.html

DVI over fiber
http://www.multidyne.com/RGB2000.html#dvi3000

VGA over fiber
http://www.multidyne.com/RGB2000.html#rgb5000

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I use HRT's to tranmit VGA over fiber over 17 miles between PC and display..
http://www.hallresearch.com/products/vga_over_fiber/vga_over_fiber.htm
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Longer range wireless VGA extender 3000 feet indoor (good line of sight, no obstructions)
http://www.saveateagle.com/lv4500w-v90.html?ovchn=OTHER&ovcpn=Froogle&ovcrn=LV4500W-V90&ovtac=CMP
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DigitalTigers has some solutions
http://www.digitaltigers.com/multiple-monitors.shtml

Using ZenView, a video card that supports mutiple monitors and any combination of VGA extenders you can easily come up with a solution.
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