|Create Date||October 7, 2014|
|Last Updated||April 21, 2015|
For years, television broadcasters have relied on coax cable to route video and audio control signals and RF around their facilities. Coax has proven itself to be easy to work with and reliable. However, as the television broadcast business evolves from a single analog channel to a digital world, the industry is re-evaluating the role of coax.
In its place, fiber-optic cable is emerging as a logical solution for next-generation television signal routing, where greater bandwidth is needed to accommodate HD signals and multicast SD channels.
This paper explores the top ten things you need to know about fiber; things you should understand when planning for an upgrade that includes fiber. To explore the 10 topics even further download the white paper.
|Fiber in Broadcast and Production Facilities: Top Ten Things to Know|