The INT-V024-1 COFDM video receiver is designed to be a crucial component in high-quality video surveillance setups. It offers significant picture stability thanks to COFDM modulation, as well as digital diverse reception. It is capable of resisting signal fade, and ensures that video systems work as designed even in harsh conditions or when the transmitter is in motion. This includes combatting line of sight issues common to urban areas.
Note that this receiver can be used with any INT-V023 transmitter (INT-V023-0, INT-V023-1, INT-V023-2, INT-V023-3, INT-V024-3) that utilizes the same operating frequency. In order to prevent image degradation and avoid transmission delays, this unit uses MPEG2 compression.
It is also capable of receiving telemetric data simultaneously with video and audio. This unit also works in both broadband and narrow band modes. Transmission distance is increased thanks to COFDM modulation narrow-band mode and high spectral efficiency. This also means that several transmitters can operate simultaneously.
MPEG modulation is used on audio channels to ensure quality. For the highest quality signal, it is recommended to use a wider band for transmitting-receiving.
The INT-V024-1 standard is 340-470 Mhz, and the INT-V024-1 optional is 1000-1500 Mhz. An available down converter can be paired with this receiver to work with frequencies other than those preset in the unit. Note that converters can be installed on the external antennas to avoid an additional PSU.
- Operating frequency
- Modulation scheme
- Input bandwidth
- Audio channel settings
- Telemetry Channel Settings
- Video compression
Receiver and transmitter settings can be adjusted to improve range without decreasing image quality and data transmission delays (note that optional configurations may incur a price increase). For instance, ultra-narrow band can allow much greater transmission distances without a corresponding increase in transmission level.