Wireless Camera Reception?

Dear GNUradio enthusiasts-

Beneath these lines (attached as a virus free pdf) you will find a table
of frequencies
assigned to wireless cameras. I’m wondering, would it be possible to
modify the SDR#
radio in such a way as to make it wireless camera capable?

Thanks For Reading This!

  FREQUENCY
 VIDEO MODE
 MANUFACTURER
 USE/ALLOCATION

  2.411 Ghz
 NFMTV
 X-10
 Channel A

  2.434 Ghz
 NFMTV
 X-10
 Channel B

  2.453 Ghz
 NFMTV
 X-10
 Channel C

  2.473 Ghz
 NFMTV
 X-10
 Channel D

  2.400 Ghz
 NFMTV
 PTS
 Channel A

  2.428 Ghz
 NFMTV
 PTS
 Channel B

  2.456 Ghz
 NFMTV
 PTS
 Channel C

  2.484 Ghz
 NFMTV
 PTS
 Channel D

  2.411 Ghz
 NFMTV
 HPAL16/07/02
 Channel A

  2.434 Ghz
 NFMTV
 HPAL16/07/02
 Channel B

  2.411 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ARL0225/5200/1500
 Channel A

  2.434 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ARL0225/5200/1500
 Channel B

  2.458 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Minilink 2.4 T-90
 Channel A

  2.474 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Minilink 2.4 T-90
 Channel B

  421.250 Mhz
 ATV
 ATV Cable Ch 59
 Channel 57

  427.250 Mhz
 ATV
 ATV Cable Ch 59
 Channel 58

  433.250 Mhz
 ATV
 ATV Cable Ch 59
 Channel 59

  439.250 Mhz
 ATV
 ATV Cable Ch 59
 Channel 60

  2.400 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Matco Wireless


  2.427 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Matco Wireless


  2.454 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Matco Wireless


  2.481 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Matco Wireless


  2.413 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ECL2400 Mini
 Channel 1

  2.432 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ECL2400 Mini
 Channel 2

  2.451 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ECL2400 Mini
 Channel 3

  2.470 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ECL2400 Mini
 Channel 4

  1.080 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ECL2400CK/ LCD
 Channel 1

  1.120 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ECL2400CK/ LCD
 Channel 2

  1.160 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ECL2400CK/ LCD
 Channel 3

  1.200 Ghz
 NFMTV
 ECL2400CK/ LCD
 Channel 4

  2.4125 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Internet Videocomms


  2.4325 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Internet Videocomms


  2.4525 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Internet Videocomms


  2.4725 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Internet Videocomms


  2.4 - 2.4835 Ghz
 NFMTV
 Home Spy

On 10/15/2012 06:26 PM, Joel M. wrote:

NFMTV

Channel D

2.484 Ghz

HPAL16/07/02

NFMTV

Channel 57

2.400 Ghz

Matco Wireless

NFMTV

Channel 3

1.160 Ghz

ECL2400CK/ LCD

NFMTV


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Not to be a pedantic piss head or anything, but what in the name of all
of Mary’s children does SDR# have to do with Gnu Radio?
Other than they support an overlapping set of radio devices, they are
entirely different and distinct signal processing frameworks.
Indeed, SDR# isn’t a signal processing “framework” so much as it is
an end-application that has a bit of a “plug in” architecture.

I’d suggest that you contact, Youssef, the guy who wrote SDR# and see if
he has plans for an FMTV plug-in. Keep in mind that FMTV
occupies about 10Mhz of bandwidth, so you need a fairly “crunchy”
computer to process the frames.

On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 6:26 PM, Joel M. [email protected]
wrote:

Joel,

I don’t know about SDR# since this is the GNU Radio mailing list. But
yes,
in principle GNU Radio could be made to work with these. You’d need a
system that can handle the bandwidth, so you’d be looking at a USRP N200
with the appropriate daughterboard.

Tom

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