March 18, 2013 -- SingMai Electronics and Cadeka Microcircuits have announced a partnership to jointly promote aCVi. SingMai Electronics of Thailand and Cadeka Microcircuits of the United States have announced a partnership to jointly promote aCVi, the Advanced Composite Video Interface.
ACVI is a proprietary standard definition/high definition video interface designed principally for security systems and to allow the transport of high quality video over greater than 300m of low cost/pre-installed RG-59 cable. Distances over 500m are usable with small signal degradation.
ACVI overcomes the distance limitations of HD-SDI interfaces but at a comparable or lower cost. In addition aCVi supports audio transmission and bidirectional data transfer allowing, amongst other control functions, automatic cable length equalization.
SingMai Electronics are the proposer of this open video standard and supply intellectual property cores and hardware to support the standard, as well as all technical documentation. http://www.acvi.singmai.com/index.htm
Cadeka Microcircuits supply a range of high performance, analogue to digital converters, digital to analogue converters and operational amplifiers which allow the low cost implementation of the analogue interface for aCVi.
Demonstrators are available to allow the customer valuation of aCVi.
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About SingMai Electronics:
SingMai Electronics are designers and manufacturers of products for video, imaging and broadcast applications and are the originators of the aCVi interface. Based in Thailand and with sub-contractors in Singapore, SingMai have years of experience in the video market, from high end broadcast television to low cost consumer electronics. As well as maintaining the aCVI standard, SingMai offer both hardware and intellectual property cores to support to adoption of aCVI in your products.
About Cadeka Microelectronics:
The unique strength of the CADEKA Team developed over time and longevity that began in the late 1980s. It was during this period that most of the current CADEKA team members first came together at Comlinear Corporation located in Fort Collins, Colorado. This is where the team discovered their passion for amplifiers and analog technology. Since those early years at Comlinear, the team was strengthened through three separate company transitions, including assignments at: National Semiconductor, Kota Microcircuits and most recently, Fairchild Semiconductor surprisingly, the majority of the team has stayed together through each of these adventures.