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  1. Johnny Cage

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    I have hit a brick wall on trying to figure out how can I get my st16 video signal to another monitor about 100 ft away. I need for the team to be able to view the land or subjects from a vehicle or tent.
    thanks....
     
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  3. Johnny Cage

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    yes that is what I am talking about.............need a little more distance but this points me in the right direction. thank you
     
  4. PatR

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    You won't be able to stream any better than 720 to a different device since that's what is rendered in the ST-16.
     
  5. Haydn

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    Or how about something like this?
    PET30DT 10-Inch HDMI Extender over Cat5e or Cat6 Cables Amazon.com: PET30DT 10-Inch HDMI Extender over Cat5e or Cat6 Cables: Home Audio & Theater
    Even cheaper ones on eBay?
    Buy a few Skyview goggles and a HDMI splitter
    HDMI Splitter 1 in 4 out Movcle® Full HD 1080P 1X4 Port Box Hub with US Adapter v1.4 Powered Certified for 3D Support Amazon.com: HDMI Splitter 1 in 4 out Movcle® Full HD 1080P 1X4 Port Box Hub with US Adapter v1.4 Powered Certified for 3D Support: Home Audio & Theater
    And the clients will have a perfect view.
    Remember however that what ever is displayed on the ST16 screen will show up.
     
  6. PatR

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    Also remember the power needed to push signal through cable will be coming from the ST-16's battery.
     
  7. Haydn

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    You can get powered ones that do 200' then just make up a LiPo 5v battery pack to power it.
    I gather that their will be power where ever he goes as he wants to display it on a large screen for the client, so power must be available.
     
  8. Johnny Cage

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    What I am trying to do is go from st16 to a command post van that is about 100 ft away with no cables. Wifi is going to be the only way...
     
  9. KEN TARDIO

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    Are you talking about a full size TV or just a computer monitor? I can't imagine a full size TV in a van. If you can get away with a tablet just download the cgo3 app
     
  10. Johnny Cage

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    yes I am, but how many tablets can you hook up you think?
     
  11. Haydn

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    The app is only fine if you are flying VERY close to the tablets.
    Technically you could collect a bunch of tablets as they just are accepting a broadcast signal. But since the camera has to do a peer to peer network thing it could be limited.
    I wonder if you try to connect a router to the camera and then multiple devices to the router.
    Hmmm I would try that but have sold my H and waiting for the Pro version in a few weeks.