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A Broadcast Engineering Tutorial for Non-Engineers, 4th Edition by Graham Jones, Skip Pizzi

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CHAPTER 11

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Today the world is a highly connected place, with many options for communications by either wired or wireless means. Yet broadcast links—the communications paths used by broadcasters for the production and delivery of their broadcast services—retain two special requirements that still place them in a special category. These are a need to provide the highest possible audio and video quality from anywhere in the world (or beyond) to broadcast audiences, and a requirement for extremely high reliability.

There was a time when such quality and robustness was hard to come by, and it was only available to broadcasters from a very few telecommunications service providers—often at a steep price. In some cases, ...

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