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    Posted: Nov/30/2007 at 5:31am
Hi everybody, i'm new to this forums, i want some information about how wireless security camera work in office station, i know some about this.It will help in displaying the generated output. You can keep the camera in any place and if you want that to escape the attention or vision of the subject you must make some sort of secret arrangement to ensure the same.
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Hey Rebecka - I'll alert the bloks about your question. I really don't know about such things. However, I know who does.
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Wireless security cameras are great because they are easy to setup. There is no cabling to run, just mount the camera, and then install the wireless receiver that should come with the camera on the DVR or VCR/Television. Some wireless cameras can be set up using RCA jacks on the wireless receiver to plug into your VCR so you can see the camera on a Televsion set. Some wireless cameras can be installed on a DVR  using a bnc connector if a more professional installation is needed.
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Hey thank you for your information, its really nice, worth for me, Clap
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Keep in mind though that wireless cameras still need power and their transmitters need power also. So unless you have a short term need lasting under 8 hours then count on having to source wired power for your project.

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Most wireless cameras come with a built in video transmitter and a separate video receiver. Once installed the video signal is sent signal threw a specific frequency to the receiver which is connected directly to a security monitor, timelapse recorder or the other components of the security camera system in more complex systems.

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