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ISSUE: 76 APRIL 2013
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elcome to issue 76.
When you’re on the final question of “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” and
are faced with the names Neill & Concelman and what they invented you
may be wishing you had saved a life line. Add the word “Bayonet” in front
however and you might just work out these gentlemen were largely behind the BNC
connector which has been around since the late 1940’s. With increased bandwidths
and signal demands over the last decade you could be forgiven for thinking it is at
the end of the line. Have a read on page 40 to see just where we are with today’s
connections! Connections are at the forefront of this issue with the theme being IP, satellite and
cellular transmission technology. At NAB we’ll be using the new JVC GY-HM650 which
has the ability to FTP files via a 3G or 4G dongle. In our application we’ll be recording
interviews at the show and then uploading them for editing in the UK and then adding
to social networks all within a matter of hours from capture. You’ll be able to see the
fruits of our labours on the NAB event page of www.broadcastshow.com plus the
“tv-bay” Facebook page, our YouTube channel and by a daily NAB email we’ll send out.
Watch out also for our live hour long show each day from the show floor from 5pm UK
time at www.broadcastshow.com/live.
Also in this connectivity issue we get back to basics with MPEG-DASH, ask our experts
about cellular uplinking and take a look at what is involved in maintaining quality of
service throughout. Just what all this has to do with a supermarket car park you’ll have
to turn to page 48 to discover!
Places for our UK tour are filling up fast so if you’d like to come along to one of the 5
cities then please register at www.broadcastshow.com/tour where you’ll also find all the
information on exhibitors and free seminars throughout the day – see page 30 for more
info. You could be reading issue this from a number of places;
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