The video surveillance systems have changed a lot since the analog days, gone are the cables and the black & white displays. Now there is a huge demand for High Definition (HD) video which can display great image depth and detail. HD video refers to a video system most commonly involving display resolutions of 1,280×720 pixels (720p) or 1,920×1,080 pixels (1080i/1080p). HD cameras produce sharper, clearer images because they have additional lines of resolution which collect more visual information. HD technology also has a 33% wider field because of the 16:9 aspect ratio compared to the 4:3 ratio of the conventional camera.

HD Wireless IP Camera
Video Surveillance - Public Safety

Proxim’s WORP® (Wireless Outdoor Routing Protocol) based Point-to-Point (PtP) and Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) products are HD Video ready, these high capacity links are designed to optimize the performance of multi-play outdoor wireless links. WORP® being a fast, efficient and effective solution for prioritized data flow between radios in multi-play outdoor environments, wireless deployments can be configured to prioritize video streaming packets, example: video surveillance. WORP® contains many other enhancements from IP (Internet Protocol), features that give WORP® its competitive edge and reliability.

The need for HD video surveillance technology is exponentially increasing especially for the Public Safety market. HD video has become a formidable weapon in the Public Safety’s arsenal as active crime prevention and superior incident management are defining crime fighting. Secure and scalable high capacity backhaul infrastructure and end device technologies have enabled the rapid evolution of HD video surveillance systems.

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