Wireless 3G-SDI and HDMI Video Tramission, 700 meters (2,300 feet)
SWIT S-4904 is the broadcast industry wireless video transmission system designed for ENG Cameras, includes an S-4904T transmitter and an S-4904R receiver, with WHDI (OFDM) technology, supports uncompressed 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI wirelessly transmitted in 700 meters scale, and with less than 1ms latency. The system is pure hardware connection, plug and play build-up, which is widely used in on-site shooting and director monitoring.
Input and Output
Transmitter S-4904T supports:
Receiver S-4904R supports:
Both SDI and HDMI on the receiver can be output simultaneously. If both SDI and HDMI is input to transmitter, the receiver will give priority to output SDI signal.
Approx. 700m (2,300 ft) Effective Distance (Uncompressed SDI/HDMI, less than 1ms latency)
In Line of Sight, the S-4904 wireless transmission system support approx. 700 meters effective transmission distance of uncompressed 3G/HD/SD-SDI and HDMI signal, and the latency is less than 1 millisecond.
Embedded Audio Transmission
The S-4904 supports SDI and HDMI embedded audio (ch-1 & ch-2) transmission.
5.1-5.9GHz Operation Frequency License Free
The S-4904 wireless system runs at 5.1-5.9GHz License-free operation frequency. The frequency bands are user configurable and support at most 4 wireless channels in one location. The radio power is less than 63mW and will not do harm to human bodies.
Multicast support (1 transmitter to multi receivers)
You can set several S-4904R receivers at the same frequency bands as the 1 S-4904T transmitter to enable the multicast mode.
Power Supply and Installation (V-Mount or Gold Mount optional)
The transmitter S-4904T is equipped with V-mount or Gold mount plates, to be easily fixed on cameras and attached with batteries. The receiver S-4904R is equipped with V-mount or Gold mount plates to be powered by batteries. Both the transmitter and receiver can also be powered via the 5.5/2.1mm pole DC in socket of 6.5-17V input.
Inside the Box
The wireless system package provides: