With the new wireless camera system HDwireless HCAM the 4k video transmission is now available.
This means a native resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixel for demanding and high-definition live broadcasts and future 4k applications of all kinds in wireless camera transmission.
HDwireless HCAM is based, among others, on the Grass Valley camera head LDX C86N using Canon 4k optics. The RF transmitter encodes in H265 (HEVC) and offers on the input side besides SDI / HD-SDI the formats 3G- / 6G- / 12G-SDI. For wireless transmission of video signals at 10 to 250 mW transmission power, several frequency bands between 1.95 GHz and 7.6 GHz are available.
It achieves data rates of up to 31.7 MBit for DVB-T modulation and up to 43 MBit for LMS-T modulation. The temporal latency of the radio transmission is very low in the current HEVC coding. Thus, HDwireless HCAM is usable in the camera network.