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More than just selling cable
Chris Smeeton - new Choices facing technology decision-makers are becoming increasingly complex due to rapid changes in the industry like broadcast and IP technology convergence, multiplatform demands, and the rise of 4K and 8K. It is now a constant challenge to balance the need to maintain already-installed equipment and fulfil the desire to provide the highest resolution picture and sound.
Tags: iss123 | argosy | cable | infrastructure | hd-sdi | 4k | coaxial | Chris Smeeton - new
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Remote Production
Jim Green Ten years ago,remote production was the stuff of dreams,a glimpse into a brave new world. The prospect of providing real-time audio control of live events thousands of miles away,without even leaving the studio,was as enticing as it was unlikely.
Tags: iss113 | Calrec | Latency | Control | infrastructure | IFB | DSP | AES67 | Ravenna | Dante | SMPTE 2022 | Jim Green
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A soft shift in Monitoring Solutions
Craig Newbury The technology supporting the media industry is evolving at a furious pace, making system flexibility a critical characteristic of any new equipment or infrastructure investment. Broadcasters and other media companies must adapt quickly if they are to benefit from changing content creation, management, and delivery models, but they can't afford to purchase solutions that meet only immediate requirements, and not necessarily those of the future.
Tags: iss102 | monitoring | software | solution | dolby | infrastructure | Craig Newbury
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Decentralising infrastructure for efficiency
Simen Frostad Satellite operators decentralise infrastructure
Tags: iss091 | Bridge Technologies | Decentralising infrastructure | Simen Frostad
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Considering cables and connectors
N/A For a broadcast engineer, choosing the big equipment is always exciting. Even comparing specifications and functionality on core products like routers or DAs is interesting. Then you have to connect it all together and the temptation is just to reach for the nearest drum of co-ax and bag of BNCs. There surely cannot be much fascination in comparing cables and plugs, can there?
Tags: argosy | iss054 | cables | connectors | infrastructure | installation | mcr | bnc | belden | draka | N/A
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