Video Transport

June 2011
Broadcast Engineering (World Edition);Jun2011, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p22
The article offers information on the use internet protocol (IP) in the broadcasting industry. It states that its use will get the broadcasting industry several new technologies including intelligent switching, advanced forward error correction (FEC) and video compression. It mentions that the changes in workflows enabled by IP will be even more important moving forward.


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