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Introduction to FM Single Frequency Networks
Werner Drews Single Frequency Networks (SFNs) are a form of broadcast network design where several transmitters use the same frequency channel to send the same signal. SFNs are usually used for radio and digital TV broadcasting FM, AM and digital radio can be transmitted over SFNs while analog television is more problematic because the multiple signal sources tend to produce ghosting.
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Essentials for Viable Audio over IP Distribution
Werner Drews Using IP for audio distribution is an enticing prospect for most broadcasters. It offers the prospect of OPEX economies and opens up a lot of new flexibility for infrastructure design: backup and regionalisation solutions are among the many possibilities.
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FM Over Satellite Challenges
Werner Drews

Seeking new ways to refine operational efficiency, broadcasters using satellite to deliver FM now have a palette of options.

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Audio over IP: A more flexible distribution landscape
Werner Drews
Broadcasters see IP as a way of achieving a number of goals, and of developing a far more flexible way of operating.
Tags: iss089 | 2wcom | IP | Audio production | Aundio distribution | Werner Drews
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