ARTICLES

Articles in the broadcast bridge written and published by Gary Olson

Understanding The Technology Behind IP Standards: Part 2 -
Jul. 14, 2016


It’s All About the K’s -
Jun. 28, 2016


Understanding the Terminology Behind IP Standards -
May. 27, 2016


Post NAB 2016: Chasing the Elusive IP Standard -
May. 16, 2016


Care and Feeding of an IP Facility: Part 1 -
Apr. 27, 2016


Interoperability ≠ Open Specification ≠ Open Standard ≠ Open Source -
Apr. 4, 2016


Open Control and Monitoring Standard is Now AES70 -
Feb. 16, 2016


Why the Move to IP Is So Hard -
Feb. 5, 2016


AIMS versus ASPEN – The Next Format Battleground? -
Jan. 14, 2016


Can PTP Solve The IP Time Space Continuum And Sunset Drop Frame? -
Dec. 23, 2015


To IP or Not to IP – That is the question! -
Nov. 23, 2015


Decoding IP terminology: Part 2 -
Oct. 8, 2015


Is IP Really an Atoll or Island in a Sea of SDI? -
Oct. 1, 2015


Decoding IP terminology: Part 1 -
Aug. 18, 2015


Live Video Over IP: More Confusion Than Clarity -
Aug. 4, 2015


The Last Mile Is The Hardest—Getting To Live IP -
Jun. 15, 2015


Demystifying and Debunking Metadata -
May. 6, 2015


Is it a Camera, a Phone, a 2nd Screen or Superhero device -
Apr. 29, 2015


NAB Musings on the Move to IP -
Apr. 25, 2015


Smoothing the rocky road to IP -
Feb. 19, 2015


The Anatomy of the IP Network, Part 3 -
Nov. 17, 2014


The Anatomy of the IP Network, Part 2 -
Nov. 10, 2014


The Anatomy of the IP Network, Part 1 -
Nov. 3, 2014


Planning and Designing the IP Broadcast Facility: A New Puzzle to Solve -
Oct. 28, 2014


New Help for Engineers Moving to File-Based Workflows -
Aug. 27, 2014


Orchestration – The Next Generation of Automation -
Aug. 12, 2014


Why do I need a consultant? -
Aug. 12, 2014


The changing landscape of Command and Control -
Jul. 28, 2014


How Coax became a VLAN -
Pub. July 28, 2014

 
   
 

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