PCI Express frame grabber offering HD color streaming video introduced by ADLINK for military applications

SAN JOSE, Calif., 5 July 2010. ADLINK Technology Inc. in San Jose, Calif., is introducing the HDV62 PCI Express frame grabber that offers uncompressed image acquisition and video streaming at 60 frames per second in 1,080-pixel high definition (HD) for embedded computing in military, high-end video surveillance, scientific imaging, and medical imaging applications.

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SAN JOSE, Calif., 5 July 2010. ADLINK Technology Inc. in San Jose, Calif., is introducing the HDV62 PCI Express frame grabber that offers uncompressed image acquisition and video streaming at 60 frames per second in 1,080-pixel high definition (HD) for embedded computing in military, high-end video surveillance, scientific imaging, and medical imaging applications.

The ADLINK HDV62 provides 1920-by-1080-pixel resolution, progressive scan, noise reduction, and a wide aspect ratio comfortable to the human eye. Equipped with a field programmable gate array (FPGA) and 512-megabyte memory buffer, the HDV62 offers the ability to stream uncompressed imagery to the host PC, in addition to color space conversion in real-time via on-board hardware to offload repetitive tasks from the host processor.

Based on the PCI Express x4 form factor, the HDV62 offers real-time color space conversion, supporting RGB, YUV, and monochrome pixel output formats, as well as video input support from digital and component analog video inputs for HD or standard definition video via a 170 MHz DVI input or through RBG and YPbPr analog component inputs.

Image acquisition and deployment come through Microsoft DirectShow. For more information contact ADLINK online at www.adlinktech.com.

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