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NHL Refs Get a Clear Shot at Goal with 60GHz Wireless Video | Video Podcast

White paper and NAB speech on Bridging the Gap without Cables: NHL Refs Get a Clear Shot at Goal with 60GHz Wireless Video

When a remote or hostile location makes it impossible to send an HD signal over

60GHz Wireless Video

GoalView GoalCam Goal-line Technology

traditional means, what options does a broadcaster have? The NHL may have one of the most extreme environments needing to deliver a clear signal to a replay official at headquarters, not at the venue, instantly to confirm whether or not a goal was scored. A cable can’t be run through ice, the goal gets hit by athletes skating full speed and a puck traveling over 100 MPH, and the mobile band is saturated by the fans in the arena. During this session attendees will explore the ways to implement, install, and support a 60GHZ wireless video camera system that can deliver a clear, uncompressed HD signal up to 500 meters. They will also get to understand the technical and implementation challenges the NHL overcame and be able to add this insight into their projects to bridge the gap where traditional cable and wireless won’t work.   

Downloads and Links:

Bridging the Gap without Cables – White Paper

CNBC Interview with VidOvation’s Jim Jachetta on NHL’s Wireless HD SDI GoalCam

Call 949-777-5435 to speak with one of our sales engineers. We will help you design, configure and rollout a a wireless video system that will meet all your needs and solve your current television distribution issues.

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Video Networking & IPTV Video Distribution for Business & Enterprise | Video Podcast

Use video networking & IPTV to improve corporate communications. Compatible with Video Networking & IPTVTV, Display, PC, Smartphone, & Tablet Clients. Allows for live corporate broadcasting, enhanced training and better information dissemination to employees.

What is Video Networking & IPTV?

Internet Protocol television (IPTV) is a system through which television services are delivered using the Internet protocol suite over a packet-switched network such as the Internet, instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite signal, and cable television formats. It’s advantage is that it’s very cost effective, flexible, and highly interactive IPTV services may be classified into the three following groups.

  • Live television, with or without interactivity related to the current TV show
    Time-shifted television: catch-up TV (replays a TV show that was broadcast hours or days ago), start-over TV
    Video on demand (VOD): browse a catalog of videos, not related to TV programming

​IPTV is distinguished from Internet television by its on-going standardization process (e.g., European Telecommunications Standards Institute) and preferential deployment scenarios in subscriber-based telecommunications networks with high-speed access channels into end-user premises via set-top boxes or other customer-premises equipment.

Historically, many different definitions of IPTV have appeared, including elementary streams over IP networks, transport streams over IP networks and a number of proprietary systems. One official definition approved by the International Telecommunication Union focus group on IPTV (ITU-T FG IPTV) is: “IPTV is defined as multimedia services such as television/video/audio/text/graphics/data delivered over IP based networks managed to provide the required level of quality of service and experience, security, interactivity and reliability.”

Another more detailed definition of IPTV is the one given by Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) IPTV Exploratory Group on 2005: “IPTV is defined as the secure and reliable delivery to subscribers of entertainment video and related services. These services may include, for example, Live TV, Video On Demand (VOD) and Interactive TV (iTV). These services are delivered across an access agnostic, packet switched network that employs the IP protocol to transport the audio, video and control signals. In contrast to video over the public Internet, with IPTV deployments, network security and performance are tightly managed to ensure a superior entertainment experience, resulting in a compelling business environment for content providers, advertisers and customers alike.

 

 

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Introduction to Video Networking & IPTV | Webinar | Video Podcast

Are you interested in Video Networking & IPTV? Want to learn more from VidOvation, one Video Networking & IPTVof the leading vendors in this space? Do you want to learn how to prevent costly mistakes in designing and implementing an IPTV system? Curious how VidOvation can design you a broadcast quality video-over-IP system at 1/3rd the cost of competing systems? 

Watch the Video Podcast recording of a Webinar presented by Jim Jachetta 

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Choosing the Right Wireless Video Technology Podcast 2

Download and listen to part 2 of Choosing the Right Wireless Video Technology a Wireless Videorecording of a recent video podcast on choosing the right technology for your wireless video system.

Selection Criteria

  • Supported Bit Rates
  • Link Distance
  • Video Interfaces
  • Video Formats and Compression
  • Initial and Recurring Costs
  • License vs. Unlicensed Spectrum
  • Portability and Antenna Types

Wireless Video Applications

  • Sports and News Gathering
  • Grab-and-Go Anywhere Camera’s
  • Television and Film Production
  • Confidence Monitoring
  • Video Assist and On-set Monitoring

Wireless Video Technologies

  • Traditional Private Microwave
  • Unlicensed Wi-Fi
  • 4G LTE/Bonded Cellular
  • 60 GHz Uncompressed
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Choosing the Right Wireless Video Technology – Video Podcast – Part 1

Download and listen to part 1 of a recording of a recent video podcast on choosing theWireless-Video right technology for your wireless video system.

  • Selection Criteria

    • Supported Bit Rates
    • Link Distance
    • Video Interfaces
    • Video Formats and Compression
    • Initial and Recurring Costs
    • License vs. Unlicensed Spectrum
    • Portability and Antenna Types​​
  • Wireless Video Applications

    • Sports and News Gathering
    • Grab-and-Go Anywhere Camera’s
    • Television and Film Production
    • Confidence Monitoring
    • Video Assist and On-set Monitoring
  • Wireless Video Technologies

    • Traditional Private Microwave
    • Unlicensed Wi-Fi
    • 4G LTE/Bonded Cellular
    • 60 GHz Uncompressed
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