Asynchronous serial interface

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The interface Asynchronous Serial Interface , short- ASI , refers to a data format for streaming video data , mostly as MPEG Transport Stream (MPEG-TS), for example in the transmission of television content in the digital cable DVB-C .

An ASI signal can carry one or more SD or HD video programs or audio programs. The data transfer rate can be set individually. Basically, the ASI signal is the end product of video compression ( MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 ) for further transmission, for example via satellite or broadband cable.

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