Or how to install
on the craddle a video camera with a video transmitter,
and get on the ground a video receiver and a nice viewing.
A video link
camera or a video output
All must work
First, an image must be get:
The emitting/receiving system
Then image must be transmitted
with an emittor and a receiver. the input of the emittor
is linked to the camera video output. there are two kinds
of video transmission: as UHF, or in GHz.
In UHF/VHF only the emitter
The receiver is only a normal TV
set for hertz signals. The range is often limited to a few
hundreds meters. Equipment can be purchased for a hundred
I don't have experience on the
equipment to-day on the market.
Having used this system for a while
some years ago, I finally abandonned it when the TV-walkman
I was using as receiver went out. The most inconvenience
was to be obliged to re-adjust the frequency each times
a near TV broadcasting emitter was covering the same frequency
than the one already set.
In GigaHz,The equipment
consists of an emitter and a receiver. The transmission
range is of several hundreds meters, even more for the most
Prices are also higher, over 200
It is the transmission system the
The receiver is linked to a viewing
equipment which have a video input PAL or NTSC: TV set,
video-screen, camcorder, DVD reader. The most convenient
viewer that I know is a camcorder viewer, recovered on an