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From: Justin <justinv-at-iinet.net.au>
Subject: Re: Radio woes [TANKS]
Date: Sun, 02 Oct 2005 23:17:10 +1000
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

Matthew Runhart wrote:

> Why dont you use standard radio for the battles and modify the camera 
> transmitters to each use a different frequency?(Maybe theres something 
> im missing??).
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The advantage with WLAN is that its completely legal, plenty of 
bandwidth(depending on No of nodes). A TV link will require 2 TV 
channels per unit, unless you want to try and make a wireless network 
yourself. This way you could have 1 TV channel (with stereo sound 
possible) and a separate high speed datalink. The only frequency 
conflicts you'd have is units transmitting on the same TV channel. A 
couple of weeks ago I purchased one of these balltearer units from 
www.jaycar.com.au catno: LM-3878. Its a Frequency stable TV modulator 
(PAL). with channel selectable from ch 20 to 60 or so (cant remember 
exact) transmitting on the UHF band. Its output power is pathetic but 
hook it up to an amp, viola you have a mini broarcast station with PLL 
stable oscillator. They cost AU$49.95, gonna buy more soon.

Its all just a thought at the moment.