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posted in March 1997
Cameras for Desktop Videoconferencing
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3/13/1997   Post a comment
The technology inside cameras for desktop applications is changing dramatically as these devices are finally being designed for digital applications rather than the world of analog broadcast signals. In this technology backgrounder, Andrew Davis looks at two technologies for image sensing, and several approaches to image output. Read here how the advent of the $30 camera isn't that far away.
A Primer on the ITU's Recommendation H.323
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3/5/1997   Post a comment
Like other H.32X recommendations, H.323 sets standards for audio and video compression and for call set-up and control channels. But H.323 works within the IP context of the corporate LAN and the Internet and is far more complex than previous ITU standards for videotelephony. Andrew Davis brovides an overview of ITU's Recommendation H.323.


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