Video Communication Systems

Video Technology White Papers

Fiber Optic Video User's Guide

Learn to transmit video over fiber optic cable. Start with the basics and work your way up to the bleeding edge with HD video optical transmission in 20 pages. This guide is perfect for a beginner and a great refresher to a seasoned expert. We directly compare fiber to other means of video transport to illustrate why fiber is often best.

Wireless Video User's Guide

Prevent costly mistakes by choosing the right wireless technology. We cover selecting bit rates, link distance, video interfaces, formats and compression, costs, licensed vs. unlicensed, portability and antenna types. We compare traditional private microwave, unlicensed Wi-Fi, 4G LTE/Bonded Cellular, and 60 GHz Uncompressed.

Introductory Guide to Video Networking & IPTV

Learn to design a video networking (IPTV) system for 1/3 the typical cost. Are you interested in Video Networking & IPTV? Do you want to learn how to prevent costly mistakes in designing and implementing this?

 

Error Correction Techniques for IP Networks - FEC, ARQ, Hybrid, Enhanced Methods

IP network transmission errors are characterized by one or more consecutive IP packets lost during transmission. Some networks frequently drop single packets, while some show infrequent loss of long bursts of consecutive IP packets.

Bridge the Gap without Cables Using 60 GHz Wireles- NHL Case Study

When a remote or hostile location makes it impossible to send an HD signal, what options do you have? This is a case study on implementing a 60GHZ wireless camera system that can do uncompressed HD, 500m.

Microwave Wireless Ethernet's effect on High Frequency Trading

New millimeter microwave radio transmitters
speed connections between data centers and
their markets.For financial companies engaged in high frequency trading, profitability depends on how quickly trades are executed.

IP to the Camera - Complete the Broadcast Chain

Traditional baseband video contribution in remote production is on the cusp of significant change. In an economy of saving costs and time, more and more television, sports and film production is transitioning to an IP workflow. Let us discuss bringing the IP Ethernet network directly to the camera for television and video contribution.

Making Live Productions Using IP Networks

You will learn to cut your costs with technologies that are used in IP productions. This technology can grab and sync feeds plus camera control to a centralized post-production location. This paper is the prelude to the more complete paper updated to the left.

VidOvation Corporation - 23 Spectrum Pointe Drive, Suite 206, Lake Forest, CA 92630 USA

Copyright 2017. All Rights Reserved Terms & Condition

Live HD Video Transmission
<