|Create Date||October 1, 2014|
|Last Updated||April 21, 2015|
By the late 1990’s, data networking was already present in everyday activities. There was a good selection of reasonably priced networking devices and cabling materials on the market, and connecting a basic office data network was a relatively easy, almost plug-and-play task, thanks to the huge effort that the computer and data networking industry had been making for many years.
This white paper outlines two misconceptions that stood in the way of introducing modern data network technologies into broadcast applications; namely that Ethernet = Internet, and that PC Platform = MS Windows.
Understanding these two fundamental facts allowed Telos to start one of the most ambitious R&D projects the radio broadcast industry has ever seen.
Its successful implementation in just a few years opened the doors to a major technical breakthrough in many broadcast facilities all over the world.
|AoIP in broadcast engineering|