The Code39 decoder SDK is a robust and efficient library for reading/decoding, searching barcodes, and detecting barcode orientation.
The SDK provides developers with complete control over every aspect of reading and decoding barcodes. developers can use a single function to read any barcode image or barcode frame.
Since barcodes are often dirty, or otherwise imperfect, all of the reading/decoding functions perform advanced, high level error correction internally to correct these situations. Additionally, the SDK can read any skewed barcode, since barcodes are rarely ever perfectly horizontal. Enhanced error correction and the ability to read skewed barcodes ensures developers that they will be able to read and correctly decode any supported barcode types.
Can read barcode from low modulation grade or blurred symbol images.
Can read symbols with damaged borders.
Can read symbols with perspective distortions.
Can read symbols with most geometric distortions.
Can read symbols in environments with uneven illumination.
Support omni-directional symbol recognition.
Support multiple image formats such as tiff/bmp/jpg/png/gif/pcx.
Contain Error Correction Code (ECC) to fix damaged barcode.
Return the position of all recognized barcodes.
Can detect and decode barcode fast and correctly
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