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Svs presentationLearn How to Deliver DTV on your Network

  1. 1. Presented by Steve Lewey –Lake Washington School District 414 <br />
  2. 2. PROBLEM<br />The school district’s RF plant was failing and no longer supported digital signals to the rooms, Lake Washington needed an alternative way to deliver these feeds.<br /><ul><li>Went to a classroom projector-based model of delivery of all visual resources over the classroom PC
  3. 3. Did not want to provide a set-top unit in each classroom based on traditional RF infrastructure
  4. 4. Did not want to support and maintain their present RF coax wiring
  5. 5. Could not support their present coax cable plant</li></li></ul><li>NETWORK CAPABILITIES<br /><ul><li>Lake Washington’s high speed multicast network provided the bandwidth for delivery of their television station
  6. 6. Provided the school with the ability to do school news not only in their school but across the district
  7. 7. Provided the ability of one central location head-end for cable DTV across the whole district
  8. 8. Provided a means for every district network jack to become an origination point for delivery of live stream</li></li></ul><li>CHALLENGES<br /><ul><li>Cost to update RF presents 900 MHz (non-directional I cable system too expensive)
  9. 9. Coax was not designed to interface to our classroom model
  10. 10. Traditional RF system did not support HD cable channels
  11. 11. Finding support that understands RF design became a big problem
  12. 12. Cable head-end at each building were expensive and hard to support</li></ul>SOLUTION<br />SAFARI Montage with Selective Video Streaming and Digital Encoders<br />
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  16. 16. Manage Any Digital Stream<br /><ul><li> IPTV/DTV
  17. 17. Video Cameras
  18. 18. Internet Video</li></ul>Teachers can easily access live video, allowing students to see historic moments as they happen.<br />
  19. 19. Assign Streams to Schools<br />Assign video streams to groups of schools or individual schools<br />
  20. 20. Live Streams<br />Allows administrators to provide a centralized directory of URLs for Live Streams. Once entered, the URLs are available for viewing by SAFARI Montage users.<br />
  21. 21. Encoding Analog Content<br />
  22. 22. Encoding Analog Content<br />
  23. 23. Encoding Analog Content<br />
  24. 24. Encoding Analog Content<br />
  25. 25. Encoding Analog Content<br />
  26. 26. Encoding Analog Content<br /><ul><li> Compact metal case
  27. 27. Compatible with Standard Viewers/Quicktime
  28. 28. Low Power Consumption (20W)
  29. 29. Encodes video bit rates of up to 8Mbps (MPEG-2) and 5Mbps (H.264)
  30. 30. Audio Encoding (MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MPEG-4 ACC)
  31. 31. Video output up to 480i
  32. 32. Accepts HDMI, Component, VGA, S-Video and Composite inputs</li></li></ul><li>Encoding Analog Content<br /><ul><li> Compact metal case
  33. 33. Compatible with Standard Viewers/Quicktime
  34. 34. Low Power Consumption (20W)
  35. 35. Encodes video bit rates of up to 8Mbps (MPEG-2) and 5Mbps (H.264)
  36. 36. Audio Encoding (MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MPEG-4 ACC)
  37. 37. Video output up to 480i
  38. 38. Accepts HDMI, Component, VGA, S-Video and Composite inputs</li></ul>Easily and Remotely Upgrade to HD version<br />
  39. 39. Encoding Analog Content<br /><ul><li> Compact metal case
  40. 40. Compatible with Standard Viewers/Quicktime
  41. 41. Low Power Consumption (20W)
  42. 42. Encodes video bit rates of up to 8Mbps (MPEG-2) and 5Mbps (H.264)
  43. 43. Audio Encoding (MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MPEG-4 ACC)
  44. 44. Video output up to 480i
  45. 45. Accepts HDMI, Component, VGA, S-Video and Composite inputs</li></ul>Easily and Remotely Upgrade to HD version<br />
  46. 46. Encoding Analog Content<br /><ul><li> Compact metal case
  47. 47. Compatible with Standard Viewers/Quicktime
  48. 48. Low Power Consumption (20W)
  49. 49. Encodes video bit rates of up to 15 Mbps (MPEG-2) and 12 Mbps (H.264)
  50. 50. Audio Encoding (MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MPEG-4 ACC)
  51. 51. Video output up to 1080p
  52. 52. Accepts HDMI, Component, VGA, S-Video and Composite inputs</li></ul>Easily and Remotely Upgrade to HD version<br />
  53. 53. Encoding Analog Content<br />AXIS Q7401VIDEO ENCODER<br />WITH SAFARI MONTAGE INTEGRATION<br />Delivers multiple, individually configurable video streams simultaneously at full-frame rate in resolutions up to D1 (720x480 NTSC)<br />Compression: H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10/AVC)<br />Resolution: 176x120 to 720x480<br />Streams: 3 simultaneous<br />Dimensions: 3.9” (w) x 5.0”(d) x 1.3”(h)<br />Video Input: Composite NTSC (BNC)<br />Audio Input: 3.5 mm Stereo<br />

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