A complete system consists simply of three things:
1) Apollo with wireless option (radio)
2) Cellular base station (supports up to 30 cameras on one base station)
3) your computer at home with the internet (you must have internet)
you do not need a pc base unit to operate. there are two types of bases, the pc base and the cellular base, you only need one of them.
Thats it. when you get your system, install the software (easy).
Hook up the antennas to the camera and base station. Power up the base station. power up the camera. Edit the two screens I show in the review with the information you are provided on a sheet of paper (about three steps).
Wave your hand in front of the camera and a picture will be xferred to your computer.
Optional: You can then add email recipients (type in the email address you want pics delivered to).
turn off the camera and base station, carry to the woods hang it all on the trees. thats it.
I dont think I can describe it any simpler.
(I hope this helps)
You can only use the BuckEyeCam cameras with this base station. The key thing to remember here is that you pay a single monthly fee for the base station yet you can hook up to 30 cameras to it wirelessly. You can xfer thousands of pictures per month on the basic rate which is from $39 to $59. You choose the carrier that is supported in your area.