GatesAir’s Virtual Event series continues with Week 3 webinars

GatesAir had planned to be in Las Vegas at NAB this week, but instead are continuing their schedule of broadcasting-related webinars and online events.
With Virtual Events GatesAir are featuring new product updates, topical presentations, round tables with special guests, and even “virtual booth meetings” to help personally support broadcasting needs.
In Week 3 of the Virtual Events series, their webinars include:
Intraplex Audio Systems: Customer Use Cases K. Parikh  •  April 21, 2020
Review of multiple real-world implementations of Intraplex audio encoding systems to resolve complex content transportation challenges. We will cover hardware and software configurations, network topology, options for reliable and robust audio and data delivery.
Cloud Delivery of NextGen TV/ATSC 3.0 Services to Transmission Sites using Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) J. Seccia  •  April 23, 2020
NextGen TV brings a cost effective one-to-many IP distribution platform capable of delivering a wide array of content and rich media service. We will review the implementation of Cloud-based content delivery leveraging advances in Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) including network topology, capabilities and limitations.
DAB: Complete Solutions for Total Network Deployment T. Lantz  •  April 28, 2020
We will examine the advances in compact, cost-effective DAB transmission solutions ideal for deploying across diverse geographies. New compact gap fillers, multicarrier systems, and higher-power liquid-cooled options can arm broadcasters with a full array of solutions that can be tailored to specific network needs. We will also explore codec-to-exciter movement of audio and data from the studios through the transmission network over IP by leveraging the robust transport capabilities of GatesAir Intraplex products.

 Coming up shortly
Reinventing the Transmitter Site: Maxiva PMTX-1 Outdoor Transmitter and Applications Review
M. Horspool  •  April 29, 2020
The broadcast transmitter site has remained basically the same over the course of history. Based on real world experience GatesAir has redefined how modern broadcast TV transmitters can be deployed, and what the site requirements are. We will review a compact approach that radically reduces the cost to deliver content.
FM SFNs: A Toolkit to Extend Radio Coverage R. Redmond / T. Lantz  •  April 30, 2020
FM broadcasters around the world have long been able to license FM boosters or Single Frequency Networks (SFN) to augment the coverage of their main FM transmitting systems. However, implementation limitations often yielded poor results. Significant advances have been made in FM transmitters, including real-time adaptive precision, time delay control and software coverage planning tools which have closed the gap from paper to reality.






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