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Registered Office:
c/o Bulcock & Co., 10 The Bull Ring, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 5BS, UK.

Kane Computing Ltd,
Suite 28, Northwich Business Centre,
Meadow Street, Northwich,
Cheshire, CW9 5BF
United Kingdom
Tel: +44(0)1606351006
Email: Sales-Support-Marketing
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MEX™ Multi-Channel Video Platform
MEX Multi-Channel Video Platform


  • 4 x TI DSP TMS320DM642
  • 19 GIPS and more
  • 16 x video inputs
  • 4 x stereo audio inputs
  • Audio and video sync
  • Multi board operation supported
  • Standalone application (no PC)
  • PCI Interface
Ordering Info: Part No. MEX


MEX™ is the ideal solution for video surveillance systems where multiple cameras are used (up to 16 on a single board). MEX is the ideal solution for video surveillance system where multiple cameras are used, supporting up to 16 on a single board. MEX includes 8 video ADCs, 4 audio stereo ADCs connected to 4 DM642 DSPs via a crossbar switch (FPGA). A second FPGA provides inter-DSP communications and other PCI interfaces. MEX's unique architecture allows many different topologies and modes of operation. MEX™ is also well suited for video streaming over IP, digital video recorders and video servers. Each board is able to digitize 8 x 30 frames/second in NTSC and 8 x 25 fps in PAL/SECAM at full definition or 16 channels at reduced frame rate. Depending on the complexity of the codecs implemented in the four DSPs of the board, MEX can compress all 8 channels in real-time.

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Datasheet (PDF 1408KB)


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