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    Re: Looking for a better IP camera? - Cisco Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC80N

    http://www.sagrad.com/index.php?opti...d=47&Itemid=70 <-- 5Ghz

    The module in your linksys example is undocumented.
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    Re: Looking for a better IP camera? - Cisco Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC80N

    From that link:

    Flexible Power

    Enhance your laptop or desktop computer with the incredible performance power of today’s most advanced wireless technology. Wireless-N dual-band capability offers the flexibility to connect on either the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz frequency, so you can access both types of Wireless-N networks, virtually anywhere you go. Offers optimal performance with a Linksys by Cisco Dual-Band Wireless-N Router, but also works with Wireless-G, -B and -A networks.

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    Re: Looking for a better IP camera? - Cisco Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC80N

    Yes. Let's see you get it running on an arduino - or even a SAM9...

    Again: Undocumented.

    And still undocumented.

    The module I posted is documented. With source.
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    Re: Looking for a better IP camera? - Cisco Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC80N

    Oh, I see now. Sorry, my fault. I didn't realize you guys are talking about brainless, sorry - limited brainpower, robots here.
    I was not suggesting to use it with arduino. I was talking about using a wired webcam with Fit-PC2 or netbook.

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    Re: Looking for a better IP camera? - Cisco Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC80N

    Quote Originally Posted by RobotNV View Post
    I don't understand why Mike first says 2.4GHz is dirty, then he wants to stay there...
    Nostalgia?
    Because there aren't yet many low-cost, low-weight, small-size, off-the-shelf wireless IP cams in the N-band.

    -Fergs
    Last edited by lnxfergy; 09-15-2010 at 11:43 PM.

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    Re: Looking for a better IP camera? - Cisco Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC80N

    Quote Originally Posted by RobotNV View Post
    Oh, I see now. Sorry, my fault. I didn't realize you guys are talking about brainless, sorry - limited brainpower, robots here.
    I was not suggesting to use it with arduino. I was talking about using a wired webcam with Fit-PC2 or netbook.
    This thread is posted under Mech Warfare(limited processing power is a given on these smallish walkers) and the first post is titled "Looking for a better IP camera?..." Guess I should have said wireless ip camera.
    Last edited by mannyr7; 09-16-2010 at 08:33 AM.

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    Re: Looking for a better IP camera? - Cisco Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC80N

    I do not have allot of know how with this stuff, but
    Would these, SG901-1059 802.11 b/g/n Wireless USB Module,
    that Adrenalynn posted, act like a wifi bridge between a ethernet camera and a comptuer?

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    Re: Looking for a better IP camera? - Cisco Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera WVC80N

    And yet another camera, the D-Link DCS-930L wireless g/n network camera. Here are some teardown photos and a side by side comparison with the popular Trendnet model most people use for Mech-Warfare.



    Note the locking tabs around the perimeter of the device's front case half. I found inserting a small flat tip screwdriver along the bottom lip while working around with another small screwdriver worked to separate the two halves. Be careful not to shove the tip too far and risk damaging components on the board!



    The lens and microphone most prominent here.



    Ethernet jack and barrel connector for power. You could probably slim the device further by de-soldering these both and connecting your power leads directly to the PCB, but I wouldn't recommend it.



    Very slim and no antenna to connect.








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    D-Link DCS-930L mjpg and jpeg URLs

    A little searching in the D-Link forum produced these links:

    http://<camera ip>/video/mjpg.cgi

    http://<camera ip>/image/jpeg.cgi
    http://<camera ip>/image/jpeg.cgi?profileid=1

    Paste these in your browser or imaging software of choice to view streams or stills devoid of the D-Link GUI.

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    Re: D-Link DCS-930L mjpg and jpeg URLs

    Quote Originally Posted by mannyr7 View Post
    A little searching in the D-Link forum produced these links:

    http://<camera ip>/video/mjpg.cgi

    http://<camera ip>/image/jpeg.cgi
    http://<camera ip>/image/jpeg.cgi?profileid=1

    Paste these in your browser or imaging software of choice to view streams or stills devoid of the D-Link GUI.
    Sweet. This should make it very easy to interface with our existing Python-based mech apps. And also thanks for posting the images --- you convinced me to buy one just for the size.

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