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UK Webinar Series: Digital Video at Length

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Type: Webinar

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Language: English

CTS RU: 1

CTS-D RU: 1

CTS-I RU: 1

1 p.m. (London)

The importance of dependable digital video connectivity continues to grow as a variety of consumer and commercial TMDS-enabled devices change the nature of installed AV. With analog infrastructure all but gone, being able to deploy point-to-point connectivity solutions that support TMDS (HDMI) content at critical middle distances is vital. Under 50 feet, AV connections are often best served in a native format. Beyond 350-feet, AVB and IP solutions may provide the better results. However, in the important range between 50 and 350 feet, copper-structured wiring delivers the greatest efficiency and value.

In this presentation participants will explore the characteristics and technology deployed in HD-over-UTP and HDBaseT connectivity solutions. This one-hour exploration will focus on operational theory, comparative performance metrics and practical application of the technology to common AV installations.

Presenter

Joseph Cornwall, CTS-D, DSCE, ISF-C, ROI, Business Development Manager, Lastar Inc.

A dynamic presenter, Joseph Cornwall has worked in the commercial AV industry for more than two decades. He’s held management and technical positions with Sony, General Instrument and Motorola Broadband Communications Sector. Cornwall was a founding member of C-Big, the C-Band Industry Group and served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association (SBCA) from 1999 through 2003. Today Cornwall holds the position of Business Development Manager for Lastar, where he is responsible for promotion, support and growth of a full complement of connectivity solutions, including the award-winning RapidRun line of products. Cornwall holds CTS-D, DSCE, ISF-C and ROI industry certifications and is a graduate of Massasoit State College and the University of Cincinnati.

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London
February 13, 2012


1 p.m. (London)

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