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A new range of television sets will be unveiled at the upcoming 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV in January. Along with high dynamic range (HDR), OLED displays and much larger screens, TV set manufacturers will be eager to grab a larger portion of viewer’s wallets with these f…

What You Need To Know About Return Loss May 4th 2016 - 08:00 AM

SMPTE defines a set of stringent requirements for return loss, which have been challenging for many hardware designers even at today’s speed of 2.97 Gbps. As the industry upgrades to 5.94 Gbps and 11.88 Gbps to support ultra-HD video resolutions, meeting return loss will become even more challenging.

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Broadcast control systems have become a necessity to provide a unified and efficient user experience in a notoriously fast-paced environment involving IP edge devices and network infrastructures; baseband video routers and switchers; audio routers and mixing consoles; multiviewers; intercom systems, etc. Which system qualifies as the definitive “broadcast whisperer”?

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