Mobile Video Transmitter
A mobile video transmitter is a compact and portable device designed to capture, encode, and transmit video content over bonded cellular networks to one or multiple destinations and is commonly used for broadcasting live events, news, and sports.
By leveraging cellular network technology, mobile video transmitters can broadcast video in real-time to a designated receiver, on-premise or in the cloud.
Often camera-mountable or for use in a backpack, mobile video transmitters offer flexibility by allowing on-the-go video streaming, enabling live coverage from remote locations, without having to allocate a private network connection or satellite uplink.
With features such as adaptive bitrate encoding for varying network conditions and return feeds for real-time interaction with production, mobile video transmitters have become a must-have accessory for camera operators needing to transmit broadcast quality live video from even the most challenging and remote locations.