A wireless camera system uses a camera or cameras capable of transmitting images to a receiver located in a different location by transmitting a radio signal. The type of signal and frequency the device transmits on can vary greatly, including 2.4GHz, Bluetooth, WiFi, and many others. The type of wireless technology used by a receiver will dictate how many devices it can connect to at any time, and can effect it’s vulnerability to interference. It is important to note that though they are part of a wireless system, many cameras must still have a power source. In most cases wireless refers to the method of data transmission.
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