The definition of HD CVI

HDCVI: High Definition Composite Video Interface (High Definition Composite Video Interface) is a kind of high-definition video based on coaxial cable that uses progressive modulation technology to transmit progressive scan. It is an upgrade product under the analog monitoring technology architecture and still belongs to closed-circuit analog monitoring. system.
The niche transition products have narrow application scenarios and are mainly used in financial places where the geographical area is not large but the real-time requirements are relatively high. Home security is entering the Internet era. Compared to IPC’s network openness and standardization, HDCVI is not suitable for home scenes. Because it cannot be directly connected to a computer/mobile phone, it must use its back-end equipment.

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