Is there a range limit to receive real-time alerts from surveillance cameras?

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The range of received notifications for hidden cameras depends on the specific camera and the connectivity options available. Many hidden cameras with remote alerts and notifications use Wi-Fi or cellular data to send notifications to a smartphone app. The range of Wi-Fi signals is typically limited to the range of the wireless router, which is usually around 100-150 feet indoors. However, this range can be extended using Wi-Fi extenders or boosters. As long as your camera can connect to your WiFi network and access your internet connection, you can receive alerts to any remote device regardless of distance.

If the hidden camera uses cellular data, the range is much larger and not limited to a specific location as long as there is cellular coverage. The range for cellular coverage depends on the service provider and the location. Some hidden cameras also use Bluetooth or other wireless technologies, which typically have a range of around 30 feet. It’s essential to check the specifications of the specific hidden camera to determine the range of its remote alerts and notifications.

This entry was posted in . It was first published in April 2023 ()and last updated on April 4th, 2023 (1 year ago).

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