The impending explosion

Douglas, Merrill
January 2010
Urgent Communications;Jan2010, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p12
Trade Publication
The article explores the numerous technologies that are benefiting the surveillance and security market. The bandwidth requirement of surveillance systems in wireless networks are being addressed by the utilization of high definition video cameras with megapixel resolutions that offer clear images when an object or person is zoomed in. Thermal equipment however, prove to be useful in dark locations. Other technologies cited are the 802.11n radios, and the H.264 which eases compression.


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