The AirCam advantage:
Mobility: Small and compact, AirCam is easily docked to IDX or Anton-Bauer battery mounts.
Plug-n-Play: With the push of a button you're "on air" with live remote video streamed to your studio.
Transmission Integrity: Bonded cellular transmission provides persistent connectivity.
Cellular Networks: 3G, 4G LTE.
WiFi: 2.4, 5.8 GHz (802.11 a, b, g, n).
Video Quality: Adaptive bit rate H.264 encoding produces HD resolution with minimal latency.
Encoding: H.264 AVC high profile.
Video Input: HD/SD-SDI.
Playout: A LiveGear Receiver or Video Media Server connects multiple AirStream transmitters to your website.
AirCam is the solution for "Live" high quality HD/SD video and audio transmission from anywhere there is WiFi or cellular broadband service. Mobile Internet News Gathering (iNG) has never been easier. At the push of a button, live remote video instantly streams from the AirCam to your studio playout unit.
The Live Gear AirCam is a combination camera back COFDM microwave TX and 3G/4G LTE cellular transmission unit which transmits live HD or SD video using adaptive video bit rate H.264 encoding technology. Efficient Vislink algorithms deliver persistent video transmission by bonding multiple 3G/4G LTE cellular networks together. Data throughput is maximized to produce uninterrupted high quality HD video with remarkable resolution and minimal latency.
AirCam is available in three basic models:
All three models support HD/SD-SDI cameras for transmission over Wi-Fi, MESH, and/or 3G/4G LTE wireless broadband networks. AirCam uses the Internet to connect to the endpoint distribution hub, typically located at the broadcast studio.
AirCam overcomes cellular bandwidth fluctuations caused by network coverage gaps. Lost or stalled data packets are no longer a problem with Vislink's predictive forward error correction (FEC) algorithms. The power of H.264 adaptive bite rate encoding provides unparalleled signal integrity throughout your live event coverage.
The LGR receiver unit aggregates the four bonded cellular channels into SDI video at the studio for retransmission or playout to web based subscribers using the VMS video media server.