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ALSO CALLED: Closed-circuit Television, Closed-circuit TV
DEFINITION: CCTV (closed-circuit television) is a TV system in which signals are not publicly distributed but are monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes. CCTV relies on strategic placement of cameras, and observation of the camera's input on monitors somewhere. Because the cameras communicate with monitors and/or video recorders across private coaxial cable runs or wireless communication links,  … 

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CCTV Reports
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Dell Storage for Video Surveillance and Genetec
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and IntelĀ®
WHITE PAPER: In this white paper, learn how by using the right storage, server and networking products, physical security experts can enable the flexibility, performance and scale needed to support high camera counts, megapixel resolutions, high frame rates and long retention times demanded by the industry.
Posted: 16 Jun 2016 | Published: 16 Jun 2016

Dell, Inc. and IntelĀ®

Linear Architecture for Municipal Wireless Video Surveillance Solutions
sponsored by Motorola, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Motorola knows how to build systems that meet the needs of Public Safety professionals now and over the lifetime of the network. No one technology meets the needs of all applications. With a portfolio of specialized solutions, CIOs and network operators can deploy the network that is the best fit to locate the cameras exactly where they are needed.
Posted: 21 Aug 2009 | Published: 20 Aug 2009

Motorola, Inc.
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