AB405™ - Professional quality and robustness at an affordable budget

ABonAir’s AB405™ wireless video system, enables camera teams to wirelessly transmit video directly from Cameras to media centers or OB vans. Designed for ENG teams and for video assist where link stability cannot be compromised and picture quality must be high. The AB405™ system is also optimized for basic sports coverage in universities and high schools.

Built in a bi-directional radio channel between transmitter and Receiver, ABonAir’s systems acknowledge the correct acceptance of each group of pixels, thus providing exceptionally robust and reliable transmission.

The AB405™ enables video transmission of up to 750 meters (2500 feet) while utilizing full MIMO radio two antennas at the Transmitter and Receiver to enhance performance and ensure coverage even in extreme radio signal environments.

Portable Receiver for maximum flexibility 
For fixed setups or a temporary production

Until a few years ago, only large networks could use wireless equipment because it required purchasing expensive frequency licenses from the regulator. In recent years, however, governments and regulators around the world provide unlicensed frequencies for public use for any purpose – including video transmission – allowing even smaller productions to use wireless links easily and free of charge. To answer this demand, manufacturers started to develop unlicensed solutions. Unlicensed systems' volume grew and drove cost down, motivating big networks to also use them even though they own frequencies. 

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LCD and knob for frequency selection and display

LCD and knob for frequency selection and display

A special, easy to operate frequency selection knob on the receiver and immediate view of the best frequency available.

High-picture quality (+52db PSNR) with new revolutionary H.264 CODEC technology

New ground-braking CODEC by ABonAir enables an accurate frame encoding at high speeds and excellent picture quality 

High-picture quality
Full resolution support to

1080i60 resolution support to 1080i, 720p, NTSC, PAL formats and others. To be used with any camera anywhere in any production.

As an international company, ABonAir’s systems support all bit rates and formats so the system can be used at any production all over the glove with any camera type. The system support frame rates of: 1080p60, 1080i60, 1080p59.94, 1080p50, 1080PsF23.98, 1080PsF23.98, 720p60, 720p59.94, 720p50 and many others. For details check the Tech Spec.

If you have a special format or frame rate needs, just let us know and we will tailor a solution for you.

MIMO Multiple Input Multiple Output antenna array

MIMO is a method for multiplying the capacity of a radio link using multiple transmit and receive antennas to take advantage of multipath propagation. MIMO has become an essential element of wireless communication product especially those using OFDM

MIMO specifically refers to a practical technique for sending and receiving more than one data signal simultaneously over the same radio channel by exploiting multipath propagation. 

MIMO is a method for multiplying the capacity

All You need is packed in 1 case

Ready to use in minutes

All You need is packed in 1 case

Wide coverage distance

Coverage distance up to 750m per zone

Optimization of wireless and video requirements and careful radio design combined with advance MIMO technology enable ABonAir engineers to extent the system range up to 750m / 2500 ft. in clear line of site.

Unlicensed Frequency no need to use regulated frequency and pay for frequency

Until a few years ago, only large networks could use wireless equipment because it required purchasing expensive frequency licenses from the regulator. In recent years, however, governments and regulators around the world provide unlicensed frequencies for public use for any purpose – including video transmission – allowing even smaller productions to use wireless links easily and free of charge. To answer this demand, manufacturers started to develop unlicensed solutions. Unlicensed systems' volume grew and drove cost down, motivating big networks to also use them even though they own frequencies. 

Unlicensed Frequency

Bi-Directional radio with per pixel acknowledgement

In uni-directional links, the transmitter sends video content to the receiver without receiving any feedback. In bi-directional links, both transmitter and receiver can send and receive data and control information: a packet acknowledgment mechanism identifies errors and quickly fixes them (by re-transmitting the corrupted data), before the frame is presented. This enables bi-directional solutions to assure that all the data is well received without errors hence increase picture quality. 

Bi-Directional radio