HD vs. Analog vs. IP

Benefits of IP

  • Capable of higher resolutions than traditional analog solutions
  • Transmit power, video and data over single Ethernet cable
  • IP camera can operate as a standalone network device, capable of functioning without a network video recorder

Limitations of IP

  • Require a complex network infrastructure
  • Offer limited transmission distance
  • Commonly experience video latency
  • Require considerable network bandwidth
  • Can be extremely costly compared to traditional analog and comparable Analog HD systems


Benefits of Analog CCTV

  • Simple to install, operate and maintain
  • Affordable compared to traditional IP solutions
  • Universally compatible with other analog technologies

Limitations of Analog CCTV

  • Analog CCTV cameras offer limited resolution (up to 960H, or 960 x 480 pixels)
  • Insufficient resolution for applications requiring greater levels of detail, such as facial recognition or license plate identification


The Benefits of HD Analog Technology

  • Megapixel Resolution
  • Simple Installation
  • Zero Latency
  • Low Cabling Requirements
  • Longer Transmission
  • Transition Friendly
  • Cost-Effective
HD vs. Analog vs. IP

HD vs. Analog vs. IP

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