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agk
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re: Evaluate home video entertainment wireless network options
agk   11/8/2010 10:47:50 AM
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Home video wireless technology is highly usefull in a hose with multiple television screes. The cable we run can be avoided and positioning of the TV sets can be changed now and then to uplift the mood of viewing. The 4 x 4 MIMO technology is ultra wide band technology and can become a usefull gadget in home when it is made in large scale to the point of economy

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Kinnar   11/12/2010 7:40:31 PM
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It would be good it the user can select the data rate to be sent over each MIMO Channel that way the product will be reusable if the product can support upto 60Mbps. Yes a product which can support 60Mbps as of today will be too costly and it should surely support variable data rate which can be setup by the user.

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Chee Choy   12/20/2012 11:58:39 PM
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A digital wireless camera system that can be a home movie maker, video conferencing, local or remote video surveilliance, baby monitor, video intercom, live outdoor telecast. Standard wireless digital camera system only USD120.00 Software included http://professionalre.blogspot.com



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