Inside video backhaul

Bruinzeel, Jasper
March 2011
Urgent Communications;Mar2011, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
This article examines the role of camera technology in the design of backhaul capacity in an Internet-Protocol (IP)-based surveillance system. It is noted that backhaul requirements is increasing due to the growing bandwidth demands of these high-megapixel cameras. To better understand the design of a backhaul network, the article reviews the process for selecting cameras, encoding schemes and frame-rate considerations for determining bandwidth requirements, and the various backhaul options during the design stage of the IP-based system.


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