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Making Use of Analog Video with a MicroEncoder


Even as we move to an increasingly digital world, there are still analog video remnants floating around. And no, I’m not talking about the analog TVs that are about to start cluttering landfills. A lot of security cameras still operate on analog frequencies, which makes it difficult to integrate the camera feeds with delivery of other digital video in places like hotels and hospitals. A niche problem to be sure, but still one that needs a solution. Yesterday, Motorola introduced the QUE1000 QAM MicroEncoder specifically for MDUs (multiple dwelling units) with legacy analog video feeds. The MicroEncoder makes analog content viewable as a digital TV channel on all-digital set-tops. Good for “apartments, hospitals, hotels, schools, and other commercial buildings with cable services.”