Audio over IP (AoIP) is a technology that allows audio signals to be transmitted over a network, such as a LAN or the internet. This technology is becoming increasingly popular in the broadcasting and professional audio industries, as it offers many advantages over traditional analog audio transmission methods.
IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) has become a popular way to access television content over the internet. However, setting up an IPTV network can be a complex process, especially when it comes to VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks).
In today's world, streaming audio over 4G networks has become increasingly popular as it allows for remote audio streaming in places where wired connections are unavailable. However, streaming audio over 4G networks can be a challenging task, especially when it comes to maintaining a stable and high-quality audio stream.
AES67 is a standard for high-quality audio over IP (Internet Protocol) networks, developed by the Audio Engineering Society (AES). The standard defines a set of protocols and specifications for transmitting audio over IP networks in a way that is compatible with existing professional audio equipment.
Quality of Service (QoS) is a set of techniques used to manage and prioritise network traffic in order to ensure that important traffic gets the bandwidth it needs while less important traffic is limited.
When designing your studios, or considering an upgrade, is it worth the extra cost to go digital?