Inventors at NHK, Japan's largest broadcaster, have developed a wireless High Definition TV camera.
NHK develops professional broadcasting equipment for its own use, as well as licensing or selling technology to other broadcasters.
The camera uses multiple antennas and a proprietary transmission protocol in the 60GHz radio frequency band to provide the high data rate necessary for uncompressed broadcast-quality HDTV images, Nikkei Business Press reported.
Maximum data rates are as high as 160Mbps, although the technology also allows for motion JPEG2000 compression to improve the range and reliability by reducing bandwidth requirements.
Resetting the telemetry circuits and associated boards brought the instrument back to operations mode
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