- Transmission Distance: >600 meters
- Maximum Output: 1.1vp-p
- Loss Ratio: >2db
- BNC Resistance: 75ohm
- UTP Resistance: 100ohm
- Size: 44 x 34 x 27mm/1.7 x 1.3 x 1.1in
- UTP cable used to transmit video, audio signal instead of co-axial
- Longer transmission distance
- Support all video device, such as camera, monitor, DVR card, recorder, etc.
- Use pin 4, 5 for video signal and pin 7, 8 for power transmission
- Easy to use and installation is simple
Definition of a Transceiver:
- The two most common transceiver types are full duplex and half duplex. A full duplex transceiver transmits and receives signals simultaneously, while a half duplex type is only capable of doing one of those functions at a time.
- Transceivers are used in a variety of different applications including telephony, radio technology and ethernet-based computer networks.
- A transceiver must contain common circuitry between the transmitter and the receiver. If no common circuitry is shared between the transmitter and the receiver, it is referred to as a transmitter-receiver.
- The size of a transceiver depends on what purpose the transceiver serves. A transceiver can be as small as a computer chip in a cell phone, or a large device used in an advanced computer network.
- Geography can affect the performance of a transceiver. For example, a cell phone may not function as well in a mountainous area
- 1 x Transmitter
- 1 x Receiver
- 2 x Cables