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#1 robert_kunz

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Posted 16 April 2007 - 03:30 PM

hello all,
here`s some real good news concerning video transmitting technologies....
from late summer 07 we will start to introduce a brandnew true diversity video transmitter system,working on 2,4 or 1.3 ghz.
this system,both for film and video market will provide excellent image quality,regarding f-stop,framing etc.
frame delay will be below 3 frames and it has got real tuner diversity not just antenna diversity.
it will come with a new,revolutionary one-button- rotary -encoder for instant operation without reading the f....... manual and the option for software-branding for the purchaser,rental house etc.

it will be a modular,rugged system,consisting of transmitters and receivers especially for steadicam
in broadcast and filmbusiness.one real highlite about it will be a tft receiver-unit,handheld or for use in racks ,with the possibility of switching between up to 4 cameras with four simple buttons and a switching time below1/2 second.

in times of digital systems to come,we(a good friend of mine who is a broadcast engineer and steadicamassistant and me) decided to develop an analog system with superior performance,compared to modulus,canatrans e.g. for a very reasonable price.
and engineered for real working conditions,both of us know very well....

right now,we`ve got the first system running,technicallywise,and we are on our way designing the housings.
i`ll keep you informed about the progress,
rob
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#2 Brad Smith

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Posted 17 April 2007 - 06:40 AM

Rob, Sounds very interesting. Do you have a ballpark price?
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Posted 17 April 2007 - 08:33 AM

Rob, Sounds very interesting. Do you have a ballpark price?

hi brad,
price for one system,including 1 transmitter and 1 receiver,case,
will be about ?2500,- + shipping
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#4 robert_kunz

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Posted 17 April 2007 - 01:06 PM

hi all,i has been a little late yesterday.
so i forgot some other main details of our new video transmitter system....

the most important fact is,it`s possible to preset 16 channels on your own,each one tunable from 2,3ghz to 2,5ghz in 500 khz steps.
so it`s easy to avoid interference with existing wireless lan networks.
there will be another type with fixed 8 presets to confirm european laws.

and it will be possible to boost the power from 80mw up to 1-2 watts.
we already tried and tested the 1w module and were able to transmit image over 2,5 kilometers.

i think thats all for now... stay tuned
rob
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#5 Marc Colemont

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Posted 27 August 2007 - 06:57 AM

hi all,i has been a little late yesterday.
so i forgot some other main details of our new video transmitter system....

the most important fact is,it`s possible to preset 16 channels on your own,each one tunable from 2,3ghz to 2,5ghz in 500 khz steps.
so it`s easy to avoid interference with existing wireless lan networks.
there will be another type with fixed 8 presets to confirm european laws.

and it will be possible to boost the power from 80mw up to 1-2 watts.
we already tried and tested the 1w module and were able to transmit image over 2,5 kilometers.

i think thats all for now... stay tuned
rob


Any news about it?
Do you have a link?
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#6 Andrew 'AJ' Johnson

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Posted 07 October 2007 - 03:04 AM

hello all,
here`s some real good news concerning video transmitting technologies....
from late summer 07 we will start to introduce a brandnew true diversity video transmitter system,working on 2,4 or 1.3 ghz.
this system,both for film and video market will provide excellent image quality,regarding f-stop,framing etc.
frame delay will be below 3 frames and it has got real tuner diversity not just antenna diversity.
it will come with a new,revolutionary one-button- rotary -encoder for instant operation without reading the f....... manual and the option for software-branding for the purchaser,rental house etc.

it will be a modular,rugged system,consisting of transmitters and receivers especially for steadicam
in broadcast and filmbusiness.one real highlite about it will be a tft receiver-unit,handheld or for use in racks ,with the possibility of switching between up to 4 cameras with four simple buttons and a switching time below1/2 second.

in times of digital systems to come,we(a good friend of mine who is a broadcast engineer and steadicamassistant and me) decided to develop an analog system with superior performance,compared to modulus,canatrans e.g. for a very reasonable price.
and engineered for real working conditions,both of us know very well....

right now,we`ve got the first system running,technicallywise,and we are on our way designing the housings.
i`ll keep you informed about the progress,
rob



Hi Rob,
Any news on your new transmitter system??

regards,
AJ.
www.ajrevolution.com
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