Networked AV Systems The industry-standard guide to networked AV systems—exclusively from McGraw-Hill Professional and InfoComm International.
Networked AV Systems addresses the essential information that audiovisual and information technology professionals need to know when working with equipment and processes that have become more and more network driven. Based on InfoComm's performance standards for the AV industry as they relate to networking, this book serves as both a reference tool and a curriculum for study. The perfect supplement to CTS Certified Technology Specialist Exam Guide, Second Edition, this official reference features complete coverage of all networked AV learning objectives, including on-the-job tips and end-of-chapter review question with in-depth answer explanations. More than 150 illustrations reinforce key networked AV technology concepts.
Networked Audiovisual Systems; Layers of a Network; Bandwidth, Encoding, and Transport; Network Building Blocks; Designing a Network for AV Systems; Ethernet and AVB; Network Addressing; Subnetting: Networking AV Devices Together; Protocols, Ports, and Documenting AV Devices; Audio and Video Streaming; Digital Signage; Conferencing; Secure Remote Monitoring and Management; Service Level Agreements; Network Security; Troubleshooting Networked AV Systems