Wireless Video

Let VidOvation help you roll up the clutter of cables with our broad range of wireless video transport systems.  Wireless video networks can be tailored to meet many industry needs.  Examples include ENG, wireless video back-haul, surveillance, on-the-scene reporting, mobile first responders, cellular 3G/4G dual and single mesh, point-to-point and point-to-multipoint.  But not all wireless routers are designed for the distribution of video.  Let us help you build a wireless transport system that is capable of efficiently communicating the increase in video quantity and quality.

Before we start…

Describe your application and setting?  Knowing the setting of the wireless video transport system is important for us to understand before recommending an appropriate solution.  Submitting a diagram or layout of the building allows us to recommend a wireless video transmitter/receiver verses a wireless router solution.  In addition, we need an understanding of the number of video sources and the flow of these sources (i.e. four cameras with line of sight over 30 feet or 1 camera that will be moved around a building between walls and floors).

Line of sight range refers to the ideal broadcast range of wireless video/audio link (transmitter/receiver) systems.  Line of sight means the range when there is a visible pathway between the transmitter antenna and the receiver antenna.  Additionally, the line of sight specification indicates performance outdoor transmission distance of wireless camera under absolute best conditions (no walls, trees or obstructions).

Describe your video source?  Every source outputs a specific signal which dictates the resolution and quality of the video.  That is why it is important for us to understand the source output connection (i.e. HD/SDI, HDMI, S-Video, Composite and etc) and video resolution capabilities (1080p/60 to 480i)
What frequency suits your needs?  Wireless video transport systems are not created equally and depending on your application and integration needs these frequency choices can make or break an installation.

  • 60GHz
  • 5.8GHz
  • 3.6GHz
  • 2.4GHz

What are your video quality needs?  When choosing a wireless transport system the frequency has a direct impact on the quality of video.  Let us know your needs in order to provide an appropriate solution.

Any special request?  Let us know if you have any special needs.