Wireless Video Transmitters

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Wireless devices are more desirable than corded ones, including video solutions. Here are some things you should look for before you make a final rental decision.

While a one-second delay is fine when watching a streamed movie, it’s not acceptable when streaming a game to goggle. There are certain times when the requirement to control latency also determines whether or not compression can be used. Compression helps to save on bandwidth but is more time-consuming when it comes to compressing at the transmitter and decompressing at the receiver.
Certain wireless video solutions necessitate the transmitter to be within the clear line of sight. These solutions generally don’t operate for VR goggles, as wireless goggles are meant to allow users to move around. Such movement will inevitably cause the line of sight between the transmitter and receiver to be broken, thereby dropping the connection.

In certain cases, there will be no line of sight, such as when the goggles are in one room and the PC is in another. The need for the wireless signal to go through objects also has an effect on the frequency of the wireless transmission. Higher frequency transmission leads to shorter wavelengths that result in more difficulty for the signal to go through objects, such as a wall. Instead, lower frequency bands are better able to penetrate through obstacles.

Since wireless video solutions were initially created for home entertainment, they are thereby geared towards supporting standard home video resolutions of 1080p or 720p. However, many consumer-grade goggles utilize smartphone displays with a native resolution of 1080 x 1920, rather than the conventional 1920 x 1080 landscape mode. However, many wireless video links don’t support 1080 x 1920. One way to counter this issue is to ensure that the wireless link still holds the typical 1920 x 1080 resolution but is rotated in real-time to 1080 x 1920.


If you’re using multiple independent video links, you’ll need support. This will be required if there are numerous independent goggles in the same area, if carrying video is necessary, or if the goggles need multiple HD (1080p) signals.

Teradek Bolt 3000 SDI Trans-receiver and teradek bolt 2000 are also available 

Teradek Bolt 300 Pro

Works Up-to 300'

Teradek Bolt 600

Works up-to 600'

Teradek Bolt Pro 2000

Wireless Range upto 2000'

Ikon Video Transmitter

Range Upto 500'
Upto 100' through obstacles

Teradek Cube 255

Portable With On Camera Mount

Teradek Cube 155

HD Video Encoder

Wireless Video Monitor

Used in wireless video applications


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