I am using a video sender to wirelessly beam Sky to a television in the conservatory from the sitting room. The quality is pretty good especially when cloudy outside. The problem is when the Sun is out and shining as the picture scrambles up making the picture completely unwatchable. I have blinds fitted in the conservatory so the Sun is not directly on the television or the video sender (receiver). There is probably a scientific reason why this occurs but is there anyway that I can limit the disturbance? Thank you in advance.