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UTP Passive Video Power Data 3-in-1 Transmitter & Receiver VT302TPA+VT302RPA

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Do you want to own a video Transmitter & Receiver and enjoy your Favorite TV shows? This Transmitter & Receiver must be a good product which can meet your needs. This is a UTP passive video & power & data 3-in-1 transmitter & receiver. High quality video signal transmission. Long distance transmission. Good safety performance. Take it home now! You will get more than you paid!

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  • Specifications:


    • Transmission Distance: 300m (colorized) / 600m (monochrome)
    • Power Output: Constant 12V
    • Current: 0.75 A
    • Interface: RJ45; BNC (convex); Audio cable; Power output cable
    • Transient Protection: 6KV, 1.5 x 50us, IEEE587 B3 / 3KV 8 x 20us (power channel included)


    • Transmission Distance: 300m (colorized) / 600m (monochrome)
    • Power Input: AC 24-28V / DC 32-38V
    • Current: 0.4 A
    • Interface: RJ45; BNC (convex); Audio cable; Power input interface
    • Transient Protection: 6KV, 1.5 x 50us, IEEE587 B3 / 3KV 8 x 20us (power channel included)


    • UTP passive video & power & data 3-in-1 transmitter & receiver 
    • High quality video signal transmission
    • Long distance transmission
    • Good safety performance


    Aock UTP Passive Video Power Data 3-in-1 Transmitter & Receiver VT302TPA+VT302RPA

    • Easy to use and installation is simple

    Transmitter & Receiver Technical Information:

    Transmitter frequency

    • Transmitter frequency is the measure of cycles of magnetic energy produced in a second, measured in kilohertz (thousands) (kHz), megahertz (millions) (MHz) and gigahertz (billions) (GHz). Usable radio frequencies range from 9 kHz to 300 GHz

    Transmitter power

    • Transmitter power is measured in watts and kilowatts and is the amount of power actually released into the air at the transmitting antenna. Powers range from under 5 watts for a cell phone to several thousand watts for broadcast radio and TV stations


    • Modulation means the way the actual information, be it voice, video or data, is mixed with the transmit signal. Common modulation schemes are amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM) and digital modulation

    Receiver frequency

    • Any receiver must be tuned to the distant transmitter frequency. This can be done by tuning a radio station or selecting a TV or CB radio channel. The receiver on your cell phone is automatically tuned and you never need to change it

    Receiver threshold

    • Receiver threshold means the lowest signal your receiver will pick up and still operate. When nearing threshold, radio will sound noisy with static, TV will show snow and your cell phone will show only one bar or drop out

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Transmitter
    • 1 x Receiver

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Product FAQs
  • How do I calculate the maximum data rate between a wireless transmitter and receiver?
  • The theoretical maximum bit rate can be calculated by solving for R from Eb/No = SW/NR where Eb is the energy per bit, No is the noise power per bit, S is the signal strength, W is the bandwidth, N is the noise power spectral density, and R is the bit rate. In practice, as Tigger also notes, it's a lot more complicated! For example, in a noisy or low signal environment, you might use error detecting/error correcting encoding (i.e. Viterbi or Reed/Solomon) to get a lower bit error rate, but you would then transmit more bits (the encoding bits) than you would for unencoded -- thus a lower effective bit rate. Entire books are devoted to this subject. Sklar's is one of the best, see first reference.
    To simplistically answer your question, power received is related to the gain of the receiving antenna, the power transmitted, the gain of the transmitting antenna, the distance, the wavelength, and the gain of the receiving antenna. See equation 5.13 in second reference.

  • How do I wire a new traxxas transmitter and receiver to my battery and servos?
  • I assume both unit use the same xtal. sometimes units use a xmit xtal and a rcv xtal. verify that. obviously if the xtals came with the unit and are not marked xmit and rcv then u are good to go. If they are verify they are in the right unit.
    You have things in the right slots - verify that.
    The battery is connected properly + to +, - to -. verify that
    Power is turned on to both units.
    Xmit controls are centered.
    If it still doesn't work, the first thing to verify is power from the battery with the unit on, under load.
    Then power ON the boards. that is a little harder.
    The next thing to do is to see if u can get another xmit to drive the rcv.
    And vise-versa.

  • Is there a way of suppressing possible EMF interference on a 2.4GHz 500mW transmitter/receiver setup?
  • If your case is only in the VHF range, I should say there is and that is by the usage of filters and wave traps. However, I have no actual handson on microwave. Somehow, I think it's worth trying. These things should be available in microwave systems distributors. Try Andrew.

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