APT Releases Guide to IP Audio Networking
Belfast - Apr 12, 2007 - With so many broadcasters now considering IP as a viable and cost effective means of transporting audio, APT has joined the debate by publishing a booklet entitled A Practical Guide To IP Audio Networking. The booklet draws on APT's experience in audio over IP networking and provides useful information on IP networks and their implications for real-time audio transfer. It also makes recommendations for those specifying both networks and equipment for audio over IP broadcasting.
APT is launching the booklet at NAB2007 and will have copies available at its booth, N4218. It is also included in the April issue of Radio magazine, which will be distributed at the convention. In addition, it can be downloaded from the APT website at www.aptx.com
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