This is the third of a multi-part series exploring the science and practical applications of RF technology in broadcast. Here we focus on things to consider when planning systems, how to tune transmitters and monitoring requirements.
Broadcast audio is going through a renaissance and in the battle for viewers every content provider is looking at how to increase output and improve content. While the headlines might look familiar, IBC’s audio exhibitors are responding to these needs in a variety of different ways.
The capacity to accurately measure what is happening within an audio signal in terms of level, frequency, phase and loudness brings the solidity of science to knowing all is as it should be. Metering occurs at every stage of the production chain from capture through to playout and learning how…
Our series exploring the basic technology and tools of audio in broadcast continues with a collection of articles which discuss the essential technical challenges of routing, keeping everything synchronized and dealing with latency.
Scalable Dynamic Software For Broadcasters is a free 88 page eBook containing a collection of 12 articles which give a detailed explanation of the principles, terminology and technology required to leverage microservices based, software only broadcast production infrastructure.