Space engineer and amateur radio enthusiast Alexandru Csete has published an interesting series of work on using inexpensive digital TV USB modulators with Linux - and thus to work with a Raspberry Pi. His latest example demonstrates how to broadcast video captures with the Raspberry Pi camera as a DVB-T (digital TV) signal.
Not designed for setting up your own TV station, instead a way to broadcast realtime video from rockets, balloons and other places that you'd like to get a view from, such as the rocket refuelling in the following example video:
There's an amount of work to create a successful setup, however Alexandru runs through what is required, so check out his interesting website to get started. Furthermore please be aware of the broadcasting, spectrum use and licensing regulations in your region. And for more, we're on facebook, Google+, and twitter - so follow us for news and product updates as well.
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