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High Definition Infrared: The Truth About What You Thought You Knew
This article is based on an original publication by FLIR.
The term "high definition" has become ubiquitous in applications ranging from television to radio and beyond. In fields such as infrared imaging, true HD definition involves a range of HD-capable components engineered to work together seamlessly.
A longtime pioneer of infrared technology development, FLIR is now at the forefront of HD thermal imaging technology.
What Most People Understand
Defined simply, HD refers to any resolution that exceeds the standard. In terms of video, more high-quality pixels equate to better resolution and increased definition. An example of this concept is easily demonstrated with HD TV.