The Oracle video diversity controller is used to bridge two wireless video receivers together. Twin receivers can be used to create RF diversity arrangements, which help reduce multi-path nuisances, as well as allow for other signal improving techniques.
In other words, Oracle can be used to create an effective
system using your existing A/V equipment. This configuration involves placing the antennas (from two receivers) at slightly different locations. As little as a few inches apart is enough to offer noticeable signal improvement. Oracle can just as easily be used in frequency and polarization diversity applications too.
Oracle employs a sophisticated real-time video analysis technique. Simply put, the video display is switched to the best receiver based on its video quality.
This effective method means that any composite (NTSC or PAL) video receiver can be used.
Because connections to the receiver's internal electronic circuitry are NOT required, the installation is essentially plug-n-go.
Universal wireless video receiver compatibility (NTSC or PAL).
Two channel audio support (stereo audio or voice/data).
Very high bandwidth. No A/V signal degradation.
Dual video outputs.
Buffered audio output.
No special installation requirements (uses standard RCA connectors).
Low voltage alarm.
DC Power Cord included. Operates on 6VDC to 14VDC (90mA typical).
Small size, 6.0 inch x 4.5 inch x 2.3 inch.
To use Oracle you will need two video receivers with simple RCA patch cords (available from your A/V supplier) and a 6-14VDC power source.