V2IP on iWave's Freescale iMX6 Pico-ITX Single Board Computer

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As the Voice over IP (VoIP) market grows, the next evolution of the market is Video and Voice over IP (V2IP). iWave’s iW-RainboW-G15S is a Pico-ITX Single Board Computer (SBC) which has a Freescale’s i.MX6 DualLite ARM Cortex-A9 core based CPU which can operate up to 800MHz speed/core with 1GB (expandable) DDR3 RAM. iWave has provided V2IP on iWave’s Pico ITX i.MX6 which gives more quality in video and audio streaming. iWave has expertise in HD video streaming over V2IP. The SIP(Session Initiation Protocol) protocol for connection between i.MX6 PICO ITX board and host PC which is used in the application Linphone through network (Ethernet). Linphone is a comprehensive solution consisting of an extensive set of algorithms and codecs designed for Digital Voice and Video applications.

Above design can be utilized for peer to peer communication between i.MX6 PICO ITX single board computer and PC with Android OS. The i.MX6 single board computer and PC are connected to an Ethernet. The Audio CODEC used on the iMX6 PICO ITX dev board is ALC5610 from Realtek with inbuilt Headphone amplifier and MIC which is used to provide a complete audio solution for portable products.

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The video pixel rates are typically from 25 MHz up to 297 MHz, but HDMI can support higher rates up to 340 MHz’s i.MX6 PICO ITX board supports LVDS connector to connect different LVDS LCDs. It also supports backlight connector with 15V 300mA output for LCD backlight. iWave's i.MX 6 PICO ITX SBC supports 8/10bit CMOS Camera Interface. External clock for camera is provided using on board Oscillator of frequency 26MHz. i.MX6 CPU supports MIPI CSI interface.

 

The V2IP systems use some existing standard video codec and audio codec to reduce the program material to a bit stream and then use an Internet Protocol (IP) network to carry that bit stream encapsulated in stream of IP packets. This is typically accomplished using some variant of the RTP protocol. Freeescale i.MX6 multimedia applications processor provides sufficient power to provide high-quality audio through wideband audio, in-call audio and video recording on flash.

 

 

Image: V2IP on iWave’s Android i.MX6 Pico ITX Single Board ComputerFreescale i.MX6 Dual - Quad Pico ITX SBC iwave systems.png


Video Streaming Platform feature:

  • Pico ITX board with i.MX6 dual lite CPU
  • 320X240p camera
  • OS: Android jelly-bean (4.3)
  • MIC
  • HDMI with 1920X1080p display
  • Android NDK and SDK
  • H264 video codec
  • Freescale’s VPU    


For further information or enquiries please write to mktg@iwavesystems.com or visit www.iwavesystems.com

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