Quad Hex eXtended Graphics Array - Standard computer format consisting of 8192 x 6144 pixels. The aspect ratio is 4:3.
Quad Super eXtended Graphics Array - Standard computer format consisting of 2560 x 2048 pixels. The aspect ratio is 5:4.
A Quad HDTV image consists a computer format of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The aspect ratio is 16:9. It is equivalent to 4K with a definition of 4096 x 2160 pixels while maintening the aspect ratio of 16:9.
A specific mode from Analog Way. Quadravision® allows to display up to 4 lives sources on a screen with seamless effects.
Quad Ultra eXtended Graphics Array - Standard computer format consisting of 3200 x 2400 pixels. The aspect ratio is 4:3.
Quad eXtended Graphics Array – Standard computer format consisting of 2048 x 1536 pixels. The aspect ratio is 4:3.
CINCH coaxial connector, usually used for audio signal (red = right, white = left) or composite video signal (yellow = C.Video). Sometimes called Phono plug.
Feature of a converter that treats, calculates and renders an input signal to its output in a very short time (almost instantaneously). This operation is not visible to the naked eye.
Reclocking is a process that is used to restore the clock rate attributes of a digital signal.
A method of eliminating portions of the BLANKING time that are no longer necessary on digital displays, to allow for larger resolutions at lower BANDWIDTHs.
Rate for redrawing a frame on the video image field or frame (Hz). It is the "Vertical" Frequency rate which is related to the flicker of the picture.
Connector used for Ethernet devices that holds up to eight wires.
Device or program enabling another device to be controlled from a distance.
Amount of horizontal and vertical information contained in an image. Composite NTSC is a 350 x 480 resolution and XGA (Computer) is a 1024 x 768 resolution. The higher the resolution, the better and sharper the picture will be.
Abbreviation for Red, Green and Blue. The 3 primary colors of light that are the basic additive components of the color television system and computer image. The weighted sum of R,G,B signals gives a "white" color, visible to the naked eye.
RGB signal with separated Horizontal sync. and Vertical sync.. The signal is transmitted by a 5 wires coaxial cable. It is usually used for PCs and is compatible with most computers.
RGB signal with composite sync. which is transmitted by a 4 wires coaxial cable. Sometimes called RGB sync.
A worldwide serial digital interface standard used for the remote control of many devices usually used in the Audio and Video Industrial, fields.
Filtering adjustment (opposite of sharpness adjustment).
A specific feature from Analog Way. Smooth Move® controls the shift time of the PIP. The time can be different between the opening and closing PIP.
Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers. A worldwide organization which sets standards in Movie, Video (TV), and HDTV fields.
This standard defines the SDI serial digital interface common to most standard definition digital video products.
This HD standard defines the 1920x1080 spatial resolution (image sample structure) and several frame rates for this resolution. 1920 pixels define the active number of pixels per line and 1080 lines are the active number of lines per frame. Frame rates can be either interlaced or progressive.
This standard defines the HD-SDI high definition serial digital interface. SMPTE 292M has data rate of 1.485 Gbps for 4:2:2 component digital in 16:9 widescreen video aspect.
This HD standard defines the 1280x720 spatial resolution at various frame rates. All frame rates are progressive only.
This HD standard defines a full bandwidth, 4:4:4 RGB color space and bandwidth up to 2.97 Gbps on a single coaxial cable. SMPTE 424M is known as 3G-SDI, a term used to describe 2.970 Gigabits per second digital video over a single-link coaxial cable. 3G-SDI is capable of supporting HDTV 1080p video at 50 or 60 frames per second.
Simple Mail Transport Protocol (for e-mail).
Soft Edge Blending is essentially a term used for creating a large screen image using multiple video projectors with seamless overlapping areas.
Sync. On Green. Video signal in which the Composite Sync. information is added to the green luminance signal. Called RGsB, or RGB with SOG.
see Distribution Amplifier.
Device that converts different TV or HDTV standards. Usually, it is a High-End device for Broadcasting in different countries where the Horizontal and the Vertical frequencies have to be converted (i.e. NTSC to PAL).
see D Connector.
Super Video Graphic Array, it usually is 800 x 600 (sometimes 1024 x 768). It is a higher resolution than VGA.
Super Video. Also called Y/C, H.I 8™, S.VHS™. TV Video signal in which the encoded Luminance and Chrominance signals (2 wires) are separately transmitted thereby giving a higher quality picture than a Composite Video signal. The standard S.Video connector is a 4 pin Mini- Din connector also called Oshiden™ connector.
Device that allows many sources to be selected (computer, video, TV, audio,...) onto only one output display device.
Super eXtended Graphic Array. Non-interlaced. Standard computer format consisting of 1280x 960 (UVGA) or 1280 x 1024 pixels. The aspect ratio is 4:3 or 5:4.
A specific feature from Analog Way. Sync. Loss Functions® provides a security during a show. It allows to switch automatically to an other source predefined in the Menu Control of the device.
Negative or positive sync. Pulse.
Sony/Philips Digital Interconnect Format. S/PDIF is a digital audio interconnect used in consumer audio equipment over relatively short distances. The signal is transmitted over either a coaxial cable with RCA connectors or a fiber optic cable with TOSLINK connectors. S/PDIF interconnects components in home theaters and other digital high fidelity systems. S/PDIF is based on the professional AES3 interconnect standard. S/PDIF can carry two channels of PCM audio or a multi-channel compressed surround sound format such as Dolby Digital or DTS.
Device that changes the effective resolution of a TV/Video image into a native match standard high-resolution computer format such as WUXGA+, UXGA, S.XGA, XGA, SVGA or VGA. It’s a “combination” of a Line Doubler, Tripler & Quadrupler. Usually dedicated to DATA displays and projectors, to improve the resolution, increase the brightness and to decrease the flickering of the picture.
Device that converts a Computer scan rate into a TV/Video signal allowing computer images to be displayed or recorded on any video support. The Horizontal and the Vertical scanning rate are changed.
see Line Doubler.
Serial Digital Interface, especially present in Broadcast Scan Converters with a Digital Output.
Standard Definition TV (15 kHz), in opposition with HDTV. It means analog or digital signals.
Term used to define clean, fast switching between 2 sources. This new way of switching operates without any loss of synchronization and is glitch-free on the display. See SEAMLESS SWITCHER ® section.
SEquentiel Couleur Avec Mémoire (Sequential Color With Memory). Television standard used in France, Africa, Russia and Eastern Europe. Like the PAL system, a SECAM picture consists of 625 horizontal lines refreshed at 50 Hz interlaced, but the color is coded in a different way (Frequency modulation, 1 line U & 1 line V).
The small form-factor pluggable (SFP) or Mini-GBIC is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for both telecommunication and data communications applications. It interfaces a network device mother board to a fiber optic or copper networking cable. It is a popular industry format supported by many network component vendors.
HDTV standard proposed by SONY®: 1080 sF 24*, where the 1080 progressive lines at 24 frames/sec are interlaced in 2x540 at 48 fields/sec. (In fact, it’s more exactly 23,97 and 47,95 Hz for Color).
Definition of a picture's edges.