Telos spotlights reliable remotes over public IP networks at NAB 2013
Kirk Harnack to deliver technical paper at Broadcast Engineering Conference
20 March 2013, Cleveland Ohio, USA
Telos Systems VP / Executive Director Kirk Harnack, a 30-year broadcast engineering veteran well-known for his "This Week in Radio Tech" webcast, will present a white paper at the 2013 NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference aimed at helping broadcasters increase the stability of their Internet remotes.
In his presentation, "Audio Reliability over the Public Internet: Designing Robust IP Streaming for Outside Broadcasts, STL, and Program Distribution", Mr. Harnack will examine the ways that IP remotes can be degraded by the conditions that affect public IP links — and will then offer proven ways that broadcasters can plan for and counteract these conditions.
"One of the challenges in transferring audio programming over IP networks, especially the Public Internet, is data loss caused by random packet loss and varying latency or jitter," states Harnack. "There are any number of conditions that may cause these problems to occur. My presentation is designed to help broadcasters first identify the specific problem they're experiencing, and then present technical solutions that will counteract that problem, so that their IP remotes can be as smooth and error-free as a traditional remote connection."
Kirk will present his paper at the Broadcast Engineering Conference of NAB 2013 on Sunday, April 7, at 1:00 PM in Room S227 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Telos Z/IP ONE IP codec is the premiere codec for broadcasters desiring to transmit program-quality remote audio using public IP links. Telos is the trusted world leader for IP and ISDN codecs, broadcast telephony and streaming audio; visitors to NAB in Las Vegas, 8 - 11 April 2013, can see the entire family of Telos codecs, telephone systems for POTS, ISDN and VoIP, and streaming audio solutions at the Telos Alliance display in the LVCC Central Hall, Booth C3007. For more in-depth information about Telos products, visit Telos-Systems.com, and for media information, contact Clark Novak at Telos Systems via email atcnovak@TelosAlliance.com, or call +1 216-241-7225.
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Telos Systems is a Telos Alliance company, Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio with offices in Europe, Telos is a leading manufacturer of audio codecs for ISDN and IP connections, and POTS and VoIP telephone interface products for talk-shows, teleconferencing, audio production, remote broadcasts, and intercom applications.