Wire, Cable, and Fiber Optics for Video and Audio Engineers
The design, installation and maintenance of video/audio systems has always been dependent upon extensive wiring and cabling, but modern digital video and audio require large amounts of bandwidth, greatly complicating these issues. This book aims to provide the foundations that will allow engineers and technicians to make intelligent trade-offs between capacity, speed and cost as they wire, design and install modern media systems. It covers all major audio visual interconnection solutions, focusing on trade-offs.
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AES/EBU amplifier analog video Appendix attenuation balanced line balanced-line bandwidth BNC connectors braid shield broadcast called capacitance Category center conductor circuit clock frequency coax coaxial cable coil color compression conduit connections connector copper crimp crosstalk data rates device diameter dielectric constant digital audio digital signal digital video distance drain wire effect electrical electronic fiber flat cable flex flexibility foam foil shields ground loop ground point high-frequency impedance tolerance inserted installation ISDN jack jacket kbps length manufacturer material Mbps metal microphone noise normal Notes and Comments output patch cord patch panel percent plastic plenum plenum cable plug polyethylene problem pull rack reduce resistance SCSI snake cable solder speaker standard strain relief stranded strap Table Teflon tion transmission triax tube twisted pairs twisted-pair unspecified velocity of propagation video signal voltage wavelength