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Glossary: SDI

"Serial Digital Interface". A standard used in broadcast and high end video systems which descibes how to transmit digital component video over a coaxial cable.

The benefits include:

Uses standard 75ohm coaxial cable with BNC connectors
No loss of resolution or qulity due to analogue->digital and vice versa conversion
No noise or artifacts created due to conversion
No loss of quality due to poor cables
Maintain the full 6.75Mhz bandwidth available in the DVD format
Lossless transmission to over 1000 feet

SD-SDISMPTE 259M270 Mbit/s, 360 Mbit/s, 143 Mbit/s, and 177 Mbit/s480i, 576i
ED-SDISMPTE 344M540 Mbit/s480p, 576p
HD-SDISMPTE 292M1.485 Gbit/s, and 1.485/1.001 Gbit/s720p, 1080i
Dual Link HD-SDISMPTE 372M2.970 Gbit/s, and 2.970/1.001 Gbit/s1080p
3G-SDISMPTE 424M2.970 Gbit/s, and 2.970/1.001 Gbit/s1080p
6G UHD-SDISMPTE ST-20816 Gbit/s4K at 30fps
12G UHD-SDISMPTE ST-208212 Gbit/s4K at 60fps

Scan Converter
Screen-door effect (SDE)
Surround Sound

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