Bonded Cellular Remote Transmission
Covering live streaming events at locations outside of the office has traditionally required the use of high speed wired internet or the use of a satellite transmission truck. Both are can be logistically difficult and satellite is very expensive. However, with the advent of cellular bonding technology, we are now able to cost-effectively transmit high definition, broadcast quality video from any location.
Cellular bonding combines multiple cellular and wireless networks (2.5G, 3G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi & WiMAX) together to obtain a single reliable and robust video uplink capable of transmitting HD video. Traditionally, cellular has been inherently unstable and subject to all kinds of transmission glitches including dropped signals, pixelization, jitters, audio problems etc. Factors which affect the quality of transmission include bandwidth availability, latency, loss rate and outside interference.
Cellular bonding takes your event video signal and transmits its data packets separately, over multiple cellular modems instead of relying on a single link with a single point of failure. In addition to transmission redundancy benefits, each modem is effectively transmitting a much lower bandwidth stream. On the receiver side, software installed on the receiving computer receives and reconstructs the video. Bonded cellular links provide standard network protection, including WEP, WPA, and WPA2 security.
Bonded cellular transmission truly permits secure, quality video streaming from anywhere in the world.