QVGA

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QVGA

(Quarter VGA) A resolution of 320x240 pixels, which is one quarter of the total number of pixels in the VGA standard (640x480). See VGA and screen resolution.
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9-centimeters-diagonal) amorphous-silicon, thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) module, part number NL4827HC19-01B, with wide quarter video graphics array (WQVGA) display technology and resolution of 480 x 272 pixels.
8-inch color Quarter Video Graphics Array (QVGA) display based on thin-film transistor (TFT) technology.
With the addition of a low-cost 100K-gate FPGA, the XGATE can drive an even larger quarter video graphics array (QVGA).
Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition extends the Windows Mobile 2003 software platform to include the features and functionality that truly encourage device and application innovation, such as support for square-screen resolution and dynamic screen switching between landscape and portrait modes, in addition to Video Graphics Array (VGA) and Quarter Video Graphics Array (QVGA) to support high-resolution displays.
8 volts, yet can fully support the transmission of quarter video graphics array (QVGA) quality video for up to four hours of video data.
Key enhancements of the MSM6275 solution include support for: * HSDPA, a next generation feature of the WCDMA (UMTS) standard * Quarter Video Graphics Array (QVGA) and Common Intermediate Format (CIF) resolution video decode and encode for high quality video playback, streaming, recording and video telephony * 15 frames per second (fps) at CIF resolution for video telephony * MPEG-4 decode at 30 fps at CIF resolution for streaming or offline viewing * MPEG-4 encode at 15 fps at CIF for camcorder capability * Additional codecs such as H.