Recognize a known person.
Detect a person.
Identify an unknown person.
All of the above.
None of the above.
1 in. CCD
2/3 in. CCD
1/2 in. CCD
1/3 in. CCD
Also known as the focal length.
The horizontal and vertical area that the camera is supposed to be seeing.
Solely dependent upon the size of the camera “chip.”
Calculated by determining the distance of the imager to the front of the camera lens.
The distance between the closest object and the farthest object in view that is in focus.
Determined by the amount of light entering the lens.
Not important in determining placement of a camera.
All of the above
None of the above
Quality is not affected by the amount of cameras viewed.
Resolution increases as the frames per second decreases.
The more cameras, the more bandwidth is needed.
Cameras cannot be viewed over anything other than an MFVN.
1 / 0.5
0.5 / 1
1 / 0.093
A white painted wall
An aluminum building
All are high-intensity discharge lamps
None are high-intensity discharge lamps
That is twice the distance from the source will receive half the amount of illumination.
That is twice the distance from the source will receive one quarter the amount of illumination.
Double the distance away from a source will receive half the field of view.
Moved two times the distance away from a light source will receive only half of the available illumination.