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I want to monitor road traffic with wireless cameras that take photos every x seconds and relay said photos to a PC connected to the internet.
I want this equipment to work in SE Europe, starting with Greece and working my way up to Albania, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Montenegro. I don’t know the right frequency they use for WiFi, but it must be the same as in the US, since WiFi/Wireless laptops from the states work there. Let’s ignore the legal consequences for now, since I’m not an international lawyer. I’m sure there are some though. Probably privacy/spectrum issues.
Question: is this the right product? If so, which “bug” do I use?
Is this the right forum?
The upcoming wifi module will be 802.11 b/g compatible, and I don’t think you’ll have any problem connecting a bug to most wifi AP’s in europe. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/802.11g We are also planning to release a GSM module which will allow a BUG to access the internet via cellular network. I hope this helps.