Video Transmission

P- IP traffic, like Voice-Over-Internet (VoIP), is subject to a myriad of potential faults, such as: bandwidth limitations, network congestion, varying bit rates, large file sizes, load balancing, viruses and latency. If the network fails, even momentarily, the recorded or monitored video will cease or degrade.

Analog - Analog video traffic is not subject to any networking issues or risks. The bandwidth is virtually unlimited. It is a
passive connection, similar to an analog telephone connection, and cannot be interfered with due to problems external to the video surveillance system.

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