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      <p ns="0" title="IP Network Cameras" snippet="Many new buildings are ‘flood cabled’ with network points from new, &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; that typically the required camera location is never far from an existing n&#10;" size="5411" wordcount="841" timestamp="2009-01-14T18:06:16Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Transmission of Video Signals part 2" snippet="...n the infrared part of the spectrum. It is not important to understand the &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; of bandwidth to appreciate the application. The following example illustrat&#10;" size="27948" wordcount="4473" timestamp="2009-01-16T10:08:49Z" />
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      <p ns="0" title="Why LED lighting is the best technology to use with CCTV" snippet="...such as 10, 30 or 60 degrees. However, these are still fixed angle output, &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; they are inflexible on site. If the lighting requirements change or if the &#10;...ages. However, they are by nature less sensitive than standard CCD cameras &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; they require additional lighting to achieve high quality images at night. W&#10;" size="21957" wordcount="3415" timestamp="2011-01-23T22:16:52Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Control Systems and Cabling" snippet="...from the Greek word meter,  to measure, and therefore to control, and tele &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; at a distance, in the same way that television means viewing an object at a&#10;" size="9637" wordcount="1620" timestamp="2010-11-27T10:37:22Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Surveying for CCTV" snippet="...o enables the names of locations and areas to be learned. The site in this &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; could be a whole estate, a warehouse or a retail store, etc. This initial w&#10;" size="4629" wordcount="769" timestamp="2010-11-27T12:18:56Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="IP Cameras and Low Light" snippet="...nd black and white modes. A good quality IR corrected lens can compensate, &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; fewer service calls to correct the focal points.&#10;" size="8078" wordcount="1313" timestamp="2013-01-04T09:43:08Z" />