You are not logged in.

The transition to 3G for events signal distribution

Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 01-12-2010
Size31.26 KB
Create DateJuly 9, 2014
Last UpdatedJuly 28, 2015

The events industry has seen a significant amount of change in signal distribution over the last 30 years.

It started with composite and component video signals, which, while easy to distribute, didn’t offer the highest resolution or quality over long distances.

As projection technology increased in resolution and clarity, there was a need to pull video signals directly off of computers in the native RGBHV format provided by the video card.

3G technology provides the ideal approach when using live cameras and PowerPoint presentations with embedded computer demos and video playback.

The transition to 3G for Events Signal Distribution

Are you a returning visitor?

Please confirm your email address to download
Email Address:*

Are you a new visitor?

Please confirm your details below and then click on download
Email Address: *
First Name*
Last Name*
Company Name*
Job Function*
By registering for this free service, you are agreeing that your business contact information as detailed above will be shared with organisations whose content you choose to download on this website. We will also keep you up to date as new reports arrive via our weekly newsletter service. We take privacy seriously. Please view our privacy policy and cookie policy pages for more information.
*I understand and agree
*Required field