differential encoding

differential encoding

[‚dif·ə‚ren·chəl in′kōd·iŋ]
(communications)
A method of compressing television signals by transmitting only differences between pixels in neighboring lines and successive frames.
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Presentation: "Reduction of Power-Consumption and EMI of LCD Interface via Vertical Differential Encoding and Data Bit Mapping Optimization"
Additional features include motion JPEG compression and Conexant's proprietary differential encoding technology, which dramatically reduces the amount of bandwidth and time required to transmit video files.
Additional features include industry-standard motion JPEG (MJPEG) compression and Conexant's proprietary differential encoding technology, which is used to compress multiple image frames but only encode the difference between pre-determined reference frames.
Under that agreement, III was to deliver software enabling eCom eCom to use III's temporal differential encoding technology.
On September 14, 2001, eCom eCom entered into a Value Added Reseller agreement with III regarding the use of III's Temporal Differential Encoding (TDE) technology.
myPicZip(TM) is the first consumer product built around the company's DryIce(TM) software and based on Temporal Differential Encoding (TDE) compaction technology.
in order to concentrate solely on the development and marketing applications of Temporal Differential Encoding (TDE) compaction technology.
eCom eCom delivers breakthrough image encoding technology called temporal differential encoding (TDE).
The M2100 utilizes differential encoding and decoding, rate 2/3 convolutional encoding and soft decision Viterbi FEC decoding for superior performance in low signal-to-signal environments.

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