The Impact Of Innovative Technologies: Trial To Scale By Mark T. Johnson
This paper discusses how through careful planning and execution, innovative technology can become widely deployed faster and with less disruption, while preserving and migrating traditional business.
General-Purpose 3D Video Signal processing By Paul Briscoe
This paper evaluates the handling and adjustment of signals in the frame-compatible format, and looks at the features required for various types of 3D signal processing in the 2D domain.
Real-Time Professional Broadcast Signals Over IP Networks By Leigh Whitcomb
This paper illustrates the technical challenges associated with moving real-time audio and video signals over IP networks, and examines design solutions for broadcasters.
Non-Broadcast Applications for Loudness Monitoring as it Relates to the U.S. CALM Act By Dave Guerrero
This paper discusses the direct business-to-business impact of loudness compliance for broadcasters, as well as for other businesses affected but not directly regulated by the legislation.
A Study and Comparison of Efficiency Enhancement Techniques for RF Power Amplifiers By Geoff Mendenhall
This paper compares several new applications of technology that dramatically improve the DC to RF efficiency of solid-state, linear, RF power amplifiers operating in the VHF, UHF and L-Band frequency ranges.
A New Approach to Solid-State High-Power FM Amplifiers By Tim Anderson
This paper addresses developments in solid-state device technology, and challenges in high-power RF amplifier design, cooling, combining, control and power supply for the next generation of digital/FM transmitters.
The New Connectivity — Is the BNC Connector Dead? By Randy Conrod
This paper presents a detailed analysis of the different types of connectors, along with insights regarding the new HD-BNC connector and its potential applications.
Loudness Monitoring and Control in Broadcast Systems By Dave Guerrero
This paper examines loudness issues, measurement and correction methods, as well as analysis of recent work completed by several standards organizations.
Internal Processing in Routers Enables Fully Integrated Solutions By Robin Lince
This paper describes how Harris product developers have simplified the systems core by integrat¬ing vital elements within the framework of the router.
Factors Affecting Cable Length in 3G Systems By Peter Krywiak
This paper provides an examination of the physical layer and discusses factors other than return loss that influence cable length.