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Why Routing Control
Mark Davies Routing control sits at the very heart of all advanced control systems. A well-configured system that manages signal routes throughout a facility and groups multi-level actions into a single control surface allows for much richer and focused production. Using one-touch panels, operators could route video, audio and data signals between the various elements of a network, perhaps to route a camera signal to a vision mixer, as well as through other processors, before it arrives at its destination. Users could adopt routing control to trigger an external event, a complete reconfiguration of a multi-router setup, route several sources simultaneously, or make set routes or multiple routes via a single button press.
Tags: iss142 | es broadcast | tsl products | remote production | tallyman | Mark Davies
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Ask the experts. Eye & Jitter
N/A Why should TV broadcast engineers be interested in adding Eye and Jitter measurement to their T & M facilities?
Tags: eye pattern | eye and jitter pattern | iss032 | omnitek | test and measurment | eye diagram | oscilloscope | waveform | tv studio | N/A
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