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Old 12-26-2018, 08:38 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by JHenry View Post
Wish that was the case but I learned the hard way that the 2.4-5ghz wireless spectrum has a “speed limit”. Especially when broadcasting from the rear of a trailer. One will notice there are no wireless “while in motion” cameras on the trailers of semi rigs for lane departure or “rear view”. They are all hardwired thru the umbilicals. Also a simple Google of wireless cameras produces gobs of results for “back up” cameras for a reason.
Can you post a link or a reference to the "speed limit" for the wireless signal? I can understand a bandwidth limitation, but radio signals travel at the speed of light ... literally.
I think the reason there are no "In motion" cameras may have something to do with laws against the driver being able to view "video screens" while driving. GPS screens are classified as not being "video".

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Old 12-26-2018, 09:01 PM   #32
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I've had wireless camera for 2 years, wouldn't be wíthout. I put system together on Amazon. It's on whenever I'm towing. 7 inch monitor clips onto rear view mirror.

Recently added tpms. Since both operate the same frequency range, major interference on video signal. Also, on recent trip I found video interrupted by other vehicles, especially when driving in congested cities.

Decided to hard wire the video system using rg59 and BNC connectors. Will eliminate radio frequency interference.

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