One cannot get very far with electricity without the topic of batteries arising. Broadcasters in particular have become heavily dependent on batteries to power portable equipment such as cameras and lights.
For over two decades Telestream has streamlined the ingest, production, and distribution of digital video and audio. Today, compared to its SDI/AES-based predecessors, IP video adds exciting new challenges to these workflows.
IP connectivity delivers flexibility and scalability but making the theory work often requires integrated solutions that are adaptable, open, and promote interconnectivity.
Information theory can also be applied to loudspeakers, which are among the most difficult of transducers to design. Measuring the information capacity of loudspeakers is a useful tool.
In the previous article in this series, we looked at layer-2 switching and layer-3 routing. In this article, we look at Software Defined Networks and why they are so appealing to broadcasters.
Here we look at some practical results of transform theory that show up in a large number of audio and visual applications.
Machine learning is often compared to the human brain. But what do they really have in common?
As users working from home are no longer limited to their working environment by the concept of a physical location, and infrastructures are moving more and more to the cloud-hybrid approach, the outdated concept of perimeter security is moving aside for zero-trust security.
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