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CCTV. Networking and Digital Technology

Many consumers are turning to wireless security cameras for home surveillance. Wireless cameras do not require a video cable for video/audio transmission, simply a cable for power. Wireless cameras are also easy and inexpensive to install but lack the reliability of hard-wired cameras.[138] Previous generations of wireless security cameras relied on analogue technology; modern wireless cameras use digital technology which delivers crisper audio, sharper video, and a secure and interference-free signal.[139]

When looking at the latest CCTV technology, 2022 brought a new wave of remote-first, scalable solutions. Key video security trends gaining momentum include cloud-native solutions, AI-powered video analytics, and a move away from analog to 100% digital video systems.

IP cameras transmit video as a digital signal, which is usually of a better quality. If the signal is transmitted over WiFi, rather than cables, then the risk of it degrading over long distances is also significantly reduced. The latest CCTV camera technology is focused on improving CCTV IP cameras to make them even smarter, in various ways.

Moving into the 1990s, digital multiplexing solutions became available. This technology allowed video signals from several CCTV cameras to be viewed at once, combining the images so that they could be viewed on a single monitor. Color cameras were also improving during this time, becoming an increasingly viable alternative to black and white. This was soon followed by time-lapse and motion-only recording which saved time, resources and money.

Whenever, wherever, and however video systems are used, there should be partnerships that drive the decision-making process for this technology. Consultative and collaborative participation from stakeholders like IT, loss prevention, operations, and your systems integrator will help ensure that your digital video program delivers results. History can provide us with a glimpse of the future, but what we learn today is still more likely to put us on the best path forward.

There are two camera types for CCTV systems: Internet Protocol (IP) and analog. The former is the preferred choice due to its compatibility with most applications. An analog camera is best for a legacy digital recording system with older technology.

In the late 1990s, video surveillance became more advanced. A company called Axis Communications invented the first internet-enabled surveillance camera, which converted moving images to digital data. New businesses like Milestone Systems built Video Management Systems, or VMS, to organize video information into databases. VMS providers created new features like motion sensor technology that alerted guards when a person was caught on camera in a restricted area.

CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) sensors are used to create images in digital cameras, digital video cameras and digital CCTV cameras. CMOS can also be found in astronomical telescopes, scanners and barcode readers. The optical technology is used in machine vision for robots, in optical character recognition (OCR), in the processing of satellite photographs and in the enhancement of RADAR images, especially for meteorology.

Modern network devices use aggressive termination schemes for cables connected to their ports. While this termination reduces noise and crosstalk in the cable, it can also absorb an analog toner signal, making the connected cable impossible to detect with an analog audio probe. The result is that locating an unlabeled network can take hours with analog technology. Unlike analog signals, the IntelliTone digital signal stays strong despite common mode termination. And the IntelliTone Pro Toner automates toning individual cable conductors, making it quick, efficient and safe to locate cables on active networks.

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