What Do They Do?
Wireless video transmission system transmits a video signal wirelessly from one location to another.
- Have one transmitter or more that:
- Accepts a wired video signal (usually connects with an HDMI and/or SDI cable)
- Converts the wired video signal to either an uncompressed or a compressed wireless video signal
- Transmits/sends the wireless video signal out over a wireless channel through antenna(s)
- Have one receiver or more that:
- Accepts the wireless video signal from the transmitter
- Converts the wireless signal back to uncompressed video to monitoring devices
- Transmits/sends the uncompressed video signal out over wired connections (usually connects with HDMI and/or SDI cable(s))
- Can be powered in multiple ways
- Transmit embedded audio
- Transmit embedded ancillary data (timecode, record triggers, etc.)
- Have user selectable channels (to allow multiple systems in the same vicinity or to coordinate within RF congested areas)
- Multicast – transmit one signal to multiple receivers
- Multi-channel transmission – transmit four-channel signals to one receiver