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Advantages and Disadvantages of Wireless Video Security

Increasing security system have leading to increasing numbers of CCTV cameras. in Public buildings, stores, banks and private homes have all stepped up the security of their property and installed video cameras. Now, technology has changed technology make it easier than ever to look after your property.

Protecting your property is just one use of security cameras. People also use them to watch over their children, or employees while they are away. They can also monitor home workers like maids or cleaning companies, or even spy on someone.

There are many different brands and types of security cameras on the market places.

If you are not good with wires and would not like to deal with the hassle, then a wireless video camera is a good choice. Wireless cameras are easier to set up, and they don’t have the hassle of the wires.

A wireless camera is also small enough to hide easily. A disadvantage to wireless video cameras is that the locations where you are able to place these cameras are limited.

There are many factors you have to consider, like how far the camera is away from the recording device and power source.

Placing the camera outside could prove to be a challenge, yet it is not impossible. A wire camera can be placed wherever, and moved whenever. This is one advantage to these.

If your motive for the camera is for spying, then I wireless camera is your better choice. You have to find a way to hide the wires in a mini wire camera, while a mini wireless camera can be hidden anywhere.

There are two different types of wireless security cameras. Some come with an installation kit, and some are similar to an IP camera.

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The first type of camera comes usually as part of a package with a transmitter and a receiver. This type of camera works much like a regular TV camera. In this case the transmitter and the receiver replace the regular TV cable.

The camera connects to the transmitter while the receiver connects to the recording device. That way the transmitter can be received and viewed from the camera. (Advantages and Disadvantages of Wireless Video Security)

The second type works somewhat like an IP camera. This type of camera is also easier to use then the first type. These cameras have a network adapter that connects to a router or a switch. They can be accessed from any computer in the world, but are also more expensive.

When choosing between a wired or wireless camera, the better choice would be a wireless one. They are easier to use, and are also easier to place and hide. You wont have to deal with the wires, and overall will have better security.(Advantages and Disadvantages of Wireless Video Security)

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