The design, installation and maintenance of video/audio systems has always been dependent upon extensive wiring and cabling, but modern digital video and audio require large amounts of bandwidth, greatly complicating these issues. This book aims to provide the foundations that will allow engineers and technicians to make intelligent trade-offs between capacity, speed and cost as they wire, design and install modern media systems. It covers all major audio visual interconnection solutions, focusing on trade-offs.
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The nuts and bolts of A/V interconnection from a practical standpoint: that's the focus of this important reference. It expands and updates the bestselling (and now discontinued) publication on the subject from the Society of Broadcast Engineers. As a unique one-stop guide to an increasing complicated environment, it will be of immediate use to telecommunications engineers and technicians working in a rapidly growing field. Includes extensive and invaluable data charts on available wire, cable, and fiber.From the Back Cover:
The Definitive "Multimedia Age" Guide to A/V Wiring and Cabling! Here's the only guide you'll ever need to the increasingly complex topic of interconnecting A/V systems. Current, comprehensive, and undoubtedly practical, it provides a ready reference that is sure to be of continuing use. Unlike other books which treat the topic more theoretically, this guide clearly explains exactly what to do. It includes extensive and invaluable data charts on currently available wire, cable, and fiber, and covers all major A/V interconnection solutions. The design, installation, and maintenance of audio/video systems have always been dependent upon proper wiring and cabling. However, the current-and anticipated-use of digital video and audio requires large amounts of bandwidth, significantly complicating the technical considerations. This book provides the much-needed nuts-and-bolts information that will allow engineers and technicians to make more intelligent decisions with regard to capacity, speed, and cost parameters as they wire, design, and install modern media systems. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Stephen H. Lampen is a Technology Development Manager at Belden Wire and Cable. He had an extensive career in broadcasting, is an SBE Certified Radio Broadcast Engineer, and holds an FCC General Lifetime License. On the network/data side, he is also a BICSI Registered Communication Distribution Designer (RCDD)..
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 3. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070381348
Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070381348
Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 70381348