Reduce bandwidth and increase quality of full motion video with the latest generation of rugged airborne H.265 encoders.

Utilizing the H.265 (HEVC) video compression algorithm, Delta Digital Video’s encoders provide high quality video transmission at various resolutions and a wide range of bandwidths. The H.265 compression algorithm utilizes highly bit-efficient coding to provide encoded streams at nearly half the bandwidth of its H.264 predecessor. It also provides high quality video encoding at relatively low bit rates, for both HD and SD.

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Our encoding units are built on an advanced, low-power multimedia architecture that administers the horsepower needed for the computationally intensive H.265 algorithm, providing bandwidth efficiency for multi-channel applications. This increased efficiency allows for more channels to be transmitted over a given bandwidth, better quality video for constrained bandwidth applications, or lower bandwidth operation to extend the limits of ISR operation and reduce storage size requirements.


Model 7820R
2-CH HD/SD H.265 Video Encoder 7820
The Model 7820R 2-Channel Rugged Encoder is an H.265 HD/SD video encoder that compresses video and audio signals, multiplexing them with synchronous and asynchronous metadata and other system information for real-time ISR applications. The 7820R is capable of simultaneously encoding two channels of video with resolutions up to 1080p. The 7820R also provides an H.264 mode to support legacy infrastructures while providing a future growth path to H.265. Additionally, the 7820R is a rugged unit specifically designed for harsh airborne environments.


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Interested in learning more?
Our article, H.264 vs H.265, discusses the application of of two of the latest video encoding approaches for test platforms, particularly in bandwidth-constrained and over imperfect (lossy) transmission links. High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC or H.265) is compared with MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding (AVC or H.264), and the behavior of both in low bandwidth and lossy transmission channels is explored, concentrating on the ability to transmit usable information over low bandwidth links using each approach.


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