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From: "Matthew Runhart" <runmatrix-at-hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: Radio woes [TANKS]
Date: Sun, 02 Oct 2005 09:20:47 -0400
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

So the main advantage is that its easier.

>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 
>Its all just a thought at the moment.

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