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Topic # 71028 3-Nov-2010 20:28
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Please help.

Can you help me link a wireless video doorphone to a PC or Smartphone via wifi
The doorphone links to a receiver anyway and looking to improve use.

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  Reply # 399819 3-Nov-2010 20:32
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I assume you mean you have a 2.4GHz wireless doorphone? Unless i's actually a WiFi camera there is no way to view it on a PC or phone.

The easiest option would be to buy a WiFi IP camera and use that. They just about all allow viewing on mobile phones these days.

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  Reply # 399832 3-Nov-2010 20:47
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Yes you are correct 2.4Ghz woreless doorphone.
Its a CMOS camera ?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 399833 3-Nov-2010 20:49
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It can't be connected to a PC or phone because it's not an IP camera that doesn't use WiFi. 2.4GHz is only an ISM band frequency, it doesn't mean it's WiFi.



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  Reply # 400414 4-Nov-2010 23:07
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Thanks !

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