09 Oct 2017

VadaTech unveils suite of video encoder/decoder modules

VadaTech, a manufacturer of integrated systems, embedded boards, enabling software and application-ready platforms, has announced a full line of Video encoder/decoder AMCs, comprising the AMC347, AMC350, AMC351 and AMC352.

The AMC347 performs H.264 encoding of RGsB Video input, providing the encoded data stream to a host over PCIe. The AMC347 also provides additional functionality of converting a Display Port input to RGsB, with the output over RS-343A capable of driving cable lengths of over 30 meters.

The AMC350/AMC351 AMC form factor modules are quad video encoders taking video from HDMI (AMC350) or DP (AMC351) inputs and performing H.264, MPEG-4 and H.263 encoding up to Full-HD 1920x1080 @ 60 FPS. The encoded data stream is made available to a host over PCIe or GbE.

The offering is rounded out by the AMC352 AMC form factor video decoder with quad HDMI/DVI output. This AMC has a Video Decoder Engine that can decode H.264 BP/MP/HP, VC-1 SP/MP/AP, MPEG-4/ASP, H.263P3, DivX/XviD, VP8, Theora, AVS, RV-8/9/10 formats of up to Full HD 1920x1080 resolution video. The AMC352 accepts encoded data over PCIe or GbE and provides error detection, concealment and error resilience tools with FMO/ASO support.

These modules are all also available in 3U VPX form factors and are suitable for use in Broadcast, Surveillance and various other video intensive applications.

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