Wood ' Douglas Ltd. has extended the capability of its digital video radio link system. Its latest versions include a body-mounted dVMo Radio Link System, Manpack, and the next-generation product designed for use in unpiloted aircraft. The dVMo Manpack system allows personnel on foot to simultaneously transmit high resolution video, audio and a RS232 data stream. With this system, one to one radio links and range extension through digital repeaters were integrated into the design, and the complete encoding and RF electronics of the Manpack is housed in a package similar to a videocassette case. The system is immune to multipath interference. This unit's capabilities make it an attractive option for use with remotely controlled vechiles such as bomb disposal robots.