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Radstone raises the bar again.

Radstone Embedded Computing has recently introduced its Vim2 Video Input Mezzanine card which is designed to complement the Octegra3 video and graphics processor. The Vim2 supports five simultaneous video inputs (two RGB, two TV, one DVI) with input resolutions up to SXGA and digital video input resolutions up to UXGA standard. The card is, as the company relates, "suitable for deployment in windowless environments". The Vim2 transmission latency is down to around 15 milliseconds, which makes it suitable for state-of-the-art situational awareness applications. Support for both motion-adaptive and weave deinterlacing provides flexibility and very high image quality.
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Title Annotation:Digest
Publication:Armada International
Date:Apr 1, 2006
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