4G Mobile / Wireless: Possibilities and Problems

Author: John Honovich, Published on Jul 19, 2010

Advances in broadband wireless are promoted as major factors in the growth of remote/mobile video surveillance recording and monitoring. However, we believe that service provider restrictions will remain major barriers to the use of the technologies in video surveillance.

For background, review a July 2010 case for positive potential of 4G wireless for video surveillance. Basically, lot of providers are rolling out much higher speed services which should make it easier for using video surveillance over the newer networks.

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