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Broadcast high-quality SD or HD video within a one-mile radius

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Need some quick help here as my supervisor dumped a music festival broadcast project on my lap, and the festival is three weeks away.

We are an event production company supporting a large music festival by providing video and audio from the main stage to televisions stationed at various sponsor booths.  

In the past, we have used buried coaxial cable to deliver this signal (composite analog -- junk) to each television.

Now, my boss wants to move to a wireless audio/video signal via a transmitter of some kind and a receiver at each television point.  It is not necessary for the signal to be HD or SD -- basically whatever winds up being the most effective in terms of quality over distance.  Latency issues should be avoided.  (Don't worry about compatibility with the televisions themselves -- we can deal with that.)

We would have 25-30 receiver points within an area of less than a mile.  Multiple transmitters could be implemented if necessary.  

I am open to solutions incorporating WiFi, microwave, traditional broadcast name it.  Thanks for your help in advance!
Graham N.
Group MD

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