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AbstractConventional video image transmission requires large data bandwidths, whether the signals are transmitted in analog or digital form. Many applications are limited to bandwidths that will not support image transmission unless high compression ratios are employed. Video compression techniques based on wavelet functions provide high data compression while preserving image quality, but are computationally demanding. Recently available high-integration devices that utilize wavelet basis functions for video compression have made possible low-cost high-performance video compression systems. Image data is more useful when provided with other data such as position information, telemetry, or other user data. This paper describes the technology, features, and limitations of a versatile low data rate system incorporating compressed video data.
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