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 Post subject: 1080p on HD_SDI
PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 9:57 am 
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I read that HD-SDI, or more correctly SMPTE292M, is 1.5 G bits on a single coax and will only go to 1080i.

1080p requires 3 G bits and a dual link coax?

Further reading suggests that 1080p/30 can go across a single coax and it's actually encoded as a 1080i/60 signal.

Is that correct?


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 Post subject: Re: 1080p on HD_SDI
PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 10:36 am 
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richardtheboffin wrote:
I read that HD-SDI, or more correctly SMPTE292M, is 1.5 G bits on a single coax and will only go to 1080i.

1080p requires 3 G bits and a dual link coax?

Further reading suggests that 1080p/30 can go across a single coax and it's actually encoded as a 1080i/60 signal.

Is that correct?

Yes
I Never use dual link coax so far
Never been suggested by camera or DVR manufacture

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 Post subject: Re: 1080p on HD_SDI
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richardtheboffin wrote:
I read that HD-SDI, or more correctly SMPTE292M, is 1.5 G bits on a single coax and will only go to 1080i.

1080p requires 3 G bits and a dual link coax?

Further reading suggests that 1080p/30 can go across a single coax and it's actually encoded as a 1080i/60 signal.

Is that correct?



1080p /30 can go throught coax cable using 1.5 G .
if you are interested in it , i send you by email .
Philip
sonyfcb@gmail.com


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