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									Baby Monitor
A typical baby monitor is a simplex transmitter and receiver system, used
to remotely listen for noises made by an infant. The transmitter,
equipped with a microphone, is placed near to the child and the receiver
equipped with a speaker, is carried by, or near to, the person caring for
them at the time. Some baby monitors are duplex, using transceivers that
allow the caregiver to communicate back to the baby and some have a
feature allowing music to be played on the transmitter and thus played to
the child.
One of the primary uses of baby monitor is when the infant is asleep in a
separate room or floor, allowing caregivers or parents to keep track of
any problems while away from the baby. With the kind of world we are
leaving now it is better not to take chances. The safety of your child
comes first and hence you should make an effort of checking on him/her
every now and then.
For those worried about sudden infant death, a monitor should only be
used under the supervision of a pediatrician or other doctor. Although
commonly used, there is no evidence that these monitors prevent SIDS, and
many doctors believe they provide a false sense of security.
Some modern baby monitors also incorporate a video camera to show
pictures on the receiver using radio waves in the unlicensed 2.4 GHz
band, either by plugging the receiver into a television or by including a
portable LCD screen; they are often called baby cams some baby cams can
work with low minimum light level (night mode). Most video baby monitor
today has night vision feature. These devices can be bought from baby
stores or even over the internet and they are at affordable prices.
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