Recent Posts tagged with CobraNet

Tech Focus: Digital Audio Networking, Part 1 — The New Alphabet Soup

Audio-networking platforms have proliferated considerably in recent years, underscoring the shift in signal transport from copper to fiber. Their arrival promises exponentially more channel counts and the virtual elimination of latency, but their diversity in types and features, — plus the added complexity of their IT-based foundations converging with the traditional A/V-based ecosphere of broadcast […]  More

Tech Focus: Digital Audio Networks, Part 2 — The Major Players

Audio-networking platforms have proliferated in recent years, underscoring the shift from copper to fiber for signal transport. They offer significantly more channel counts and the virtual elimination of latency, but their diversity in types and features — not to mention the added complexity of IT-based foundations converging with the traditional A/V base of the broadcast […]  More

Super Bowl World Feed Features More Networked Audio Than Ever

Steve Fisher is the manager of the international audio-distribution feed at Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, but he prefers the grittier title of “traffic cop” for the scores of feeds he’s supervising. These are the audio feeds from the NBC domestic broadcast, which are distributed by the league to more than 180 countries and territories […]  More

CobraNet Improves NFL Films’ Super Bowl 5.1 International Audio

Super Bowl LXIV is just a little less wired than it used to be. Since last year’s game, NFL Films has been using a CobraNet digital audio-distribution system running over Cat-5 cabling that has reduced significantly the amount of wire needed to get the signal to international clients. Via an Ethernet network, 48-kHz/20-bit uncompressed audio […]  More

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