The industry-standard guide to networked audiovisual systems Published with InfoComm International, Networked AV Systems discusses the essential information AV and IT professionals need to know when working with network-driven equipment and processes. Each chapter features diagrams, photos, notes, chapter reviews, and end-of-chapter questions with in-depth explanations. In accordance with InfoComm's performance standards for the AV industry as they relate to networking, this book serves as both an on-the-job reference and a study tool for the Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) exams. Networked AV Systems covers: Network classifications, topologies, architectures, and standards Layers of a network Bandwidth, encoding, and transport Network building blocks Designing a network for AV systems Ethernet and AVB Network addressing Subnetting: networking AV devices together Protocols, ports, and documenting AV devices Audio and video streaming Digital signage Conferencing Secure remote management and monitoring Service level agreements Network security Troubleshooting networked systemsA WAN is a network that connects one or more LANs together. ... However, for the purposes of this bookaand in the case of most modern WANsa the logical address is an Internet Protocol (IP) ... Figure 1-3 shows a simple WAN diagram.
|Title||:||Networked Audiovisual Systems|
|Author||:||Brad Grimes, InfoComm International|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2014-03-04|