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Technology Overview

Since 1999 Pixavi has been the leader within wireless video technology for demanding customer applications. We have developed our technology out of our core competence within both hardware, software, certification and mechanical design. Our core competence lies within the following areas:

• Audio and Video communication

• Wireless network technology

• Software and Hardware design

• Useability and Industrial Design

 

Pixavi products follow the standards for wireless and video communication. Our products work with extisting wireless infrastructure, video confernecing endpoints and software. We are constantly monitoring the developments in the industry to be up to date with the most current technology.

Whitepapers

Take a look at our whitepapers below to learn more about communication, video conferencing and Wi-Fi solutions for hazardous areas.

Wi-Fi in the Ex Zone Video in the Ex Zone

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Video Technology

The introduction of High Definition TV technology has introduced the HD standards 720p, 1080i and 1080p, enabling a substantial quality enhancement over the old PAL/NTSC standards, which date back to the invention of the TV. The High Definition video standards, combined with high performance digital video compression codecs like the H.264 codec (AVC), creates an important foundation for a new range of products. Following the emergence of HD monitors, HD cameras have now become a consumer commodity. The availability of low power, high efficiency hardware and software technology have created a new performance level in the field of digital video.

Audio Technology

On the audio side, a range of high definition audio standards have revolutionized the quality, latency and user experiences. VoIP products are today offering superior quality, scaleability and flexibility compared to to traditional audio communication devices such as analog and circuit switched systems. Also, noise and echo cancellation technology has greatly improved the quality of IP communication. Pixavi will be in the forefront of this development and support the latest and greatest audio technology.

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Wireless Technology

The developments within wireless technologies has in the last decade years resulted in standards like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Wimax. 3G and LTE. These are versatile standards that has seen great success, as a result of subscription free access and low cost products in the consumer industry. We are already relying on having Wi-Fi access daily and we have only seen the beginning of wireless technology.

Communication Technology

Combining the above mentioned technologies with Internet communication protocols opens up for a range of opportunities for new and innovative products. The developments within web streaming standards and video conferencing standards have resulted in a set of industry standards that are now used for high quality collaboration globally. Pixavi will stay ahead and strive to be the innovator within high quality, wireless video and audio communication technology for hazardous areas.

Technology Melting Pot

Pixavi has combined several fields of technology and standards to create very powerful solutions and products. Combined in a smart and versatile package with state of the art performance, interoperability and user experience. Click on the tabs on the top of the page to learn more.

Which AV standard does Pixavi support?

Pixavi strive to create open and interoperable products. We believe that open standards is the best way to ensure interoperability and Quality of Service. We support most standards within audio, video and wireless technologies, and we will support the new standards in the future. These can be summarized as:

 

Signaling standards:

  • SIP
  • H.323
  • RTSP
  • XMPP
  • Skype
  • WebRTC

Video Codecs

  • H.265
  • WebM
  • H.264
  • H.264 AVC
  • H.263

Audio Codecs 

  • G.711
  • G.722
  • G.722.1
  • G.722.1
  • G.728

Wireless Standards

  • 802.11a/b/g/n
  • 802.11ac
  • Bluetooth
  • IR
  • NFC
  • RFID (UHF and LF)
  • 3G
  • 4G / LTE