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$40.00 sounds about right - most setups are actually more expensive than that. You could try getting a set with multiple transmitters and only one receiver, which would be cheaper per robot (presumably you don't need to show video on more than one screen).
http://hackingelectronics.blogspot.com/2011/06/acquiring-images-from-analog-camera.htmlTake a look on this, you may be able to send your video using that sparkfun transmitters if you don't mind the speed.
Quote from: waltr on June 06, 2011, 08:19:18 PMnocare to elaborate? The OP implies that he has a a video camera that outputs an analog signal, either NTSC or PAL. Quotei have bought CCTV video transmitters so that i may transmit directly to my tv This requires several MHz of Analog bandwidth and the Transmitter/Receiver needs to modulate/demodulate this analog signal. The SparkFun transmitter he linked to is for digital signals up to 4800Hz.The only way to use that transmitter is to digitize and capture a video frame then send that frame over the RF link. This requires additional circuits, would be very slow and maybe get a frame every few seconds.
i have bought CCTV video transmitters so that i may transmit directly to my tv
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