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Do Video Distribution Systems Slow Down My Network?

Few things are more frustrating than a slow computer network. If you manage or own a gaming or hospitality establishment or any other type of commercial business, there’s a good chance that a sluggish network has resulted in angry customers … Continue reading

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What Does a RF Video Distribution System Do?

If you’re an IT professional, manager, or anyone who deals with video technology in a company or institution with 25 or more TVs, you may be somewhat familiar with the concept of RF video distribution. However, you might not be … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Baseband and Broadband Video

Baseband Video consists of one video picture being sent point-to-point, such as the video output of a VCR to the video input of a monitor. There exist two levels of service for baseband video: broadcast studio and consumer. These types … Continue reading

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Which Balun Should I Use/Is Right for Me?

Z-Band Manufactures Two Versions Of Active Baluns: Standard Diplexer Standard Balun: The Standard Version is a one-way device that matches the impedance of the incoming Category/twisted pair cable with the out-going coax (to the TV). This means the RF energy/signal … Continue reading

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The Difference Between RF Video and IP Video

As with everything else in the technology world, how we receive and view our video is changing. This leads to the question-which is better “RF Video or IP Video?” If you take away any inherent bias your answer is surprising— … Continue reading

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