One Baby Monitor is a Palm application destined to help you keep an eye on your children. This is simply a radio transmitter set to a fixed frequency which emits an FM (Frequency Modulation) signal when switched on. It is composed of two parts, a transmitter and a receiver.
If seeing as well as hearing your baby is what you need in order to have real peace of mind then An audio/video is the one for you. The best one is one that best fits your needs, lifestyle, and budget. The ultra-portable Respisense model is easy to operate and works wherever baby may fall asleep.
Traditional baby breathing and baby movement units are ineffective in most baby sleeping situations outside a cot or baby bed. Some of these come with two receivers so both parents can listen to their baby from different rooms in the house at the same time.
Audio baby monitors with an intercom button allow you to soothe or entertain your baby while you are en-route to the nursery. Other audio units have a movement and breathing sensory pad that you place under the crib mattress.
Many of them have low battery indicator lights and sound-activated lights. Most of these transmit on a 49 MHz frequency. This can lead to interference from other radio operating devices, such as cell phones, older cordless phones, or other units in your neighborhood that run on the same frequency.
A SIDS unit is a regular baby monitor that could be an audio model or a audio/video model. The SIDS is different from normal ones because if your babys breathing becomes irregular or stops the SIDS baby monitor will set off an alarm to wake you up so you can get your baby to a hospital. This is an electronic device that allows you to hear your baby crying even if you are in another room.
Video codecs are excellent candidates for applications with smart, reliable Blackfin processor-based wireless modems. Video baby monitors should include one tabletop of wall-mounted camera, at least one video monitor and an AC adapter. Get the low-down on this type and the up and coming video units.
There are several factors to consider when choosing one of these units: If you live in a large house, or you want to monitor your baby from far away, choose a one with longer range. If you have many wireless devices in your house, choose one that is digital.
If you wish to monitor multiple rooms at the same time, choose a multi room baby monitor if the ability of seeing your child is very demanding, choose a video unit If your baby was born prematurely, or seriously ill, or you are worried about SIDS, choose a breathing baby monitor.
In Conclusion what ever you choose of one that is properly cared for, will work for you in most situations. Discuss it with your health professional and follow his advice if you feel comfortable with the advice. If not then questions him until you are satisfied.