How to meet the challenges of expanding broadcast engineer requirements

September 27, 2013 - 5:52pm
Today's broadcast engineers face more challenges than ever before.

If there's one thing to take away from IBC 2013, it's that emerging technologies are being invested in - and deployed - at a rapid pace. Numerous backhaul components, including new compression standards, high definition video transport, hardware support and IPTV assets, will significantly change the look and feel of video broadcast systems. Industry engineer professionals could soon be faced with significant challenges, Broadcast Engineering asserted. Delivering video to today's and tomorrow's consumers demand that engineers keep up in a fast paced and ever-changing landscape.

To do that engineers must stay on top of emerging standards and new delivery and monitoring methods. Courses such as Sencore's MPEG/IP training are designed to teach theory and common technologies associated with transmitting real-time MPEG 2 transport streams over IP networks - including today's implementation infrastructure, common network architecture, transmission techniques, error correction techniques, analysis, associated technologies, advantages and disadvantages - with a future outlook.

This multifaceted approach aims to not only teach about the technologies surrounding this topic but to build a larger understanding of the applications and technologies surrounding it.

Sencore is your engineering partner for high-quality signal transmission solutions. Contact us today to learn more.

 

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