Nucomm goes Wireless at Stanley Cup Final

The CamPac2 wireless camera system was chosen to avoid signal interruption or loss.
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Worldwide digital and analog video microwave systems provider Nucomm made recording this year’s Stanley Cup showdown between the Philadelphia Flyers and champion Chicago Blackhawks a little less stressful.

An event with increasing coverage brings increasing RF clutter, so the Blackhawks’ Fan-Cam operations team chose Nucomm’s CamPac2 wireless camera system to avoid signal interruption or loss.

The system is small in size and easy to use, and supports a full set of applications including portable, mobile video and data links as well as ENG, portable camera mounting for sports production, helicopter and UAV links.

CamPac 2 operates in the licensed 6.4GHz and 7.1GHz bands, and the unlicensed 5.8GHz band, without the need for hardware changes.