Wire, Cable, and Fiber Optics for Video and Audio Engineers

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 286 pages
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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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Steve Lampen is Technology Specialist for Belden Electronics Division. He writes a monthly column Wired For Sound for Radio World Magazine. Mr. Lampen is a BICSI Registered Communication Distribution Designer and an SBE Certified Radio Broadcast Engineer.

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