Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (COFDM) is
a robust transmission technique providing high quality, realtime
video in environments where conventional links would fail.
Using 1704 carriers in an 8 MHz bandwidth, the Wasp transceiver
has been optimised for covert surveillance over rugged terrain.
The Wasp COFDM transceiver is a small, ruggedised unit designed to be covertly deployed and used for surveillance in city and rural areas. It has been designed for the harshest environments. The unit can simultaneously transmit and receive real time video and data operating within the same frequency band. The transmit power from the transceiver is programmable up to 1 Watt nominal. The use of a separate, optional power amplifier is available to provide power up to 10 Watts nominal.