In the 15 years since he founded FiLO Classical, recording engineer Dave Rowell has consistently garnered praise — and no small number of awards — for his artistic and technical skill in location recording and broadcasting classical music. Read how Rowell adopted a RAVENNA-based real-time AoIP solution including two Artel Quarra PTP- aware ethernet switches to keep everything perfectly synced.
Artel's documentation page has dozens of PDF files explaining how best to configure your equipment for your operations. Page through any guide, and you’ll learn exactly what to do to get you up and running. Simple and helpful screenshots allow you to get through setup quickly and successfully without necessarily understanding every switch feature so you’re pretty much good to go. But maybe you’re interested in the “why” as well as the “how”? This blog takes a closer look at three key features — IGMP snooping, QoS, and IEEE 1588 PTP — and why they are important in supporting a stable AES67 network.
Cablenet operates a next-gen hybrid fiber-coaxial network that supports broadband and HDTV services. In a project designed to augment this network, Cablenet sought to link to stadiums across Cyprus to two remote production sites to bring content to the network hub and on to the headend. They wanted to introduce Media over IP into the network, position themselves to use SMPTE ST2022-7 redundancy as an option in the future, and avoid the cost of Satellite links in spans where Wave Division Multiplexing didn’t meet the loss budget.
As a leading designer and supplier of audio broadcast mixing equipment, Calrec offers solutions that help radio broadcasters to engage audiences in innovative ways. The rising popularity of streaming services has increased competition and made interactive engagement with listeners an increasingly important capability for these broadcasters.