HD-CCTV video surveillance systems transmit
High-Definition Video Images using a Serial Digital Interface (SDI). Coaxial
cables are used as the transmission medium. HD-CCTV signals are pure and
uncompressed. Therefore, there are no latency issues or any lost packets
Why is HD-CCTV over Coax (SDI) better quality than IP VGA and IP Megapixel?
transmits the full uncompressed HDTV signal from the camera to the display
and/or recording device
2. True HDTV Live View: HD-CCTV does not compress the signal before transmission therefore, no compression image artifacts or frame interruptions are observed.
3. Easy & Low-Cost Upgrade:
HD-CCTV does not require any additional infrastructure to deploy. New and
existing installations can use CCTV industry standard coaxial cable (RG-59,
RG-6 and RG-11). HD-CCTV is designed to be a drop-in replacement for
existing Analog CCTV, requiring only changing the camera and the HD-C
4. Plug-and-Play Resolution Upgrade:
Transition from D1 to HDTV is as easy as replacing Analog Cameras with
HD-CCTV Cameras and upgrading the DVRT to accept HD-CCTV signals.
6. True Real-Time Display and Speed Dome Control: HD-CCTV systems do not employ any compression for live viewing. This means the HD-CCTV system operator experiences no delay when viewing live images and there are no latency issues when controlling Speed Domes.
7. Best Possible Input
Format for Analytics:
HD-CCTV systems deliver crisp pure digital, unaltered video from the cameras
to the DVRT for the clearest possible analytics input.