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Old 04-28-2012, 12:03 PM
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Thumbs up Has anyone used or seen these yet?

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Old 04-28-2012, 7:41 PM
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Nothing really new. My opinion, it is = something in the lines similarly, of the Military ground surveillance radar & seismic detection intrusion.

Some civilan just added a video camera, which video surveillance is nothing new, this company just did some redesigining, and or perfecting.

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Nothing really new. My opinion, it is = something in the lines similarly, of the Military ground surveillance radar & seismic detection intrusion.

Some civilan just added a video camera, which video surveillance is nothing new, this company just did some redesigining, and or perfecting.

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Other than using 2-5ghz with encryption which is a added twist.

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Old 04-30-2012, 12:19 PM
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Other than using 2-5ghz with encryption which is a added twist.

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Same as with point to point antennas, video signals go in one direction instead of broadcasting 360 degrees, go to a multi-plexer, "decrypted" so to speak, finally to the video screen for viewing.

Orrrrrrrr, Orrrrrrr ; satellite TV broadcast. A fireld reporter in England transmitting a signal to the United States.

2-5 GHZ encryption. When I turn to dust, probably be 15-20 GHZ triple encryption.

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