Cobham has launched a miniature transmitter that is intended for covert surveillance cameras, small unmanned aerial vehicles and body-worn systems.
The SOLO7 Nano works to use coded orthogonal frequency division multiplexing technology and supports a range of bandwidths, Cobham said Monday.
David Ashton, Cobham vice president of tactical communications and surveillance, said the company aims to address small form-factor technology requirements for military and law enforcement agencies.
Nano Tx intends to support the digital video terrestrial modulation and is designed to establish wireless video links in mobile and urban environments, the company says.
Cobham plans to release a high-definition version of the transmitter later this year.