xDSL chips provide digital subscriber line (DSL) connectivity in a system-on-chip platform. The term xDSL refers collectively to all types of digital subscriber lines.
Video cameras record live-action scenes that are available for viewing via a stored or transmitted video feed. This allows the user to create a permanent and detailed chronicle of events. Video cameras record dozens of pictures (or frames) a second that when viewed in succession, clearly distinguish the translation of an object or person over time.
CID (charge injection devices) cameras are a type of video camera employing image sensors that retain registered visible light until the sensor's pixels are ground, or ‘injected', into a substrate. This makes them functionally different than other more common digital cameras. CID cameras mainly find service in industrial and scientific applications.
UV cameras are augmented video cameras meant to capture ultraviolet radiation below the visible spectrum of light. This is most frequently accomplished by the use of a UV-pass filter, a quartz lens, a CCD image sensor, and specialty illumination techniques. This allows greater clarity of minute details.
IC modems enable computers to transmit data over telephone lines or via wireless signals.