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iPod Wi-Fi video transmitter launches

updated 09:55 am EST, Mon December 4, 2006

Wi-Fi video transmitter

Princeton has launched its PCK-UAV wireless video transmitter intended primarily for Apple's fifth-generation iPod. The adapter plugs into the iPod's headphone jack to relay music, photos, and video through UHF channels to a compatible TV, such as many in-car models already available in Japan. The transmitter includes an iPod cradle and a special cable; although the hardware's use of standard RCA jacks allows for DVD players or virtually any other video source to broadcast a signal, according to Electronista. The PCK-UAV ships within the next few days in variants with and without an iPod mounting kit from $90.

by MacNN Staff




  1. mouserider

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Headline Misnomer

    Having gone to the Japanese site, I believe that the use of the word "Wi-Fi" in this article headline is a misnomer.

    The unit takes the output of the iPod and transmits it via a UHF channel to a TV mounted in a car with a UHF tuner. So it is not "Wi-Fi", nothing digital about it, just plain old loop-antenna UHF technology and can be received by any TV that has a UHF tuner.

    The Electronista article correctly describes the unit.

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