H.263

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H.263

An ITU standard for compressing video. It is based on H.261 with enhancements that improve video quality over analog phone lines. H.263 supports CIF, QCIF, SQCIF, 4CIF and 16CIF resolutions. See H.323, CIF and codec.
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The following disulfide bridges were identified: intrachain [Cys(L23)-Cys(L88), Cys(L134) Cys(L194), Cys(H22)-Cys(H96), Cys (H146)-Cys(H202), Cys(H263)-Cys(H323), Cys(H369)-Cys(H427)] and interchain [Cys(L214)-Cys(H222), Cys(H228)-Cys(H228), Cys(H231)-Cys(H231)].
Correspondence: Sally Bean, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, 2075 Bayview Ave., Rm H263, Toronto, ON M4N 3M5, Tel: 416-480-6100, ext.
Specification of Video data Session bandwidth 1600 Kbps Media Type Video Payload Type 34 Encoding H263 Sampling Rate 90 kHz Bits per sample 1 Frame Rate (F/sec) 30 Table 3.
Currently the most popular standards of compression are JPEG for image, MPEG-1, 2, 4 and H263 for video [1].
The handset supports MPEG4 & H263 video formats for video playback & video recording.
Death is fundamental to the structure of Dasein: "Death does not just 'belong' to one's own Dasein in an undifferentiated way; death lays claim to it as an individual Dasein" (Heidegger H263).