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    • Presented by Steve Lewey –Lake Washington School District 414
    • PROBLEM
      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.
      • Went to a classroom projector-based model of delivery of all visual resources over the classroom PC
      • Did not want to provide a set-top unit in each classroom based on traditional RF infrastructure
      • Did not want to support and maintain their present RF coax wiring
      • Could not support their present coax cable plant
    • NETWORK CAPABILITIES
      • Lake Washington’s high speed multicast network provided the bandwidth for delivery of their television station
      • Provided the school with the ability to do school news not only in their school but across the district
      • Provided the ability of one central location head-end for cable DTV across the whole district
      • Provided a means for every district network jack to become an origination point for delivery of live stream
    • CHALLENGES
      • Cost to update RF presents 900 MHz (non-directional I cable system too expensive)
      • Coax was not designed to interface to our classroom model
      • Traditional RF system did not support HD cable channels
      • Finding support that understands RF design became a big problem
      • Cable head-end at each building were expensive and hard to support
      SOLUTION
      SAFARI Montage with Selective Video Streaming and Digital Encoders
    • Manage Any Digital Stream
      • IPTV/DTV
      • Video Cameras
      • Internet Video
      Teachers can easily access live video, allowing students to see historic moments as they happen.
    • Assign Streams to Schools
      Assign video streams to groups of schools or individual schools
    • Live Streams
      Allows administrators to provide a centralized directory of URLs for Live Streams. Once entered, the URLs are available for viewing by SAFARI Montage users.
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      • Compact metal case
      • Compatible with Standard Viewers/Quicktime
      • Low Power Consumption (20W)
      • Encodes video bit rates of up to 8Mbps (MPEG-2) and 5Mbps (H.264)
      • Audio Encoding (MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MPEG-4 ACC)
      • Video output up to 480i
      • Accepts HDMI, Component, VGA, S-Video and Composite inputs
    • Encoding Analog Content
      • Compact metal case
      • Compatible with Standard Viewers/Quicktime
      • Low Power Consumption (20W)
      • Encodes video bit rates of up to 8Mbps (MPEG-2) and 5Mbps (H.264)
      • Audio Encoding (MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MPEG-4 ACC)
      • Video output up to 480i
      • Accepts HDMI, Component, VGA, S-Video and Composite inputs
      Easily and Remotely Upgrade to HD version
    • Encoding Analog Content
      • Compact metal case
      • Compatible with Standard Viewers/Quicktime
      • Low Power Consumption (20W)
      • Encodes video bit rates of up to 8Mbps (MPEG-2) and 5Mbps (H.264)
      • Audio Encoding (MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MPEG-4 ACC)
      • Video output up to 480i
      • Accepts HDMI, Component, VGA, S-Video and Composite inputs
      Easily and Remotely Upgrade to HD version
    • Encoding Analog Content
      • Compact metal case
      • Compatible with Standard Viewers/Quicktime
      • Low Power Consumption (20W)
      • Encodes video bit rates of up to 15 Mbps (MPEG-2) and 12 Mbps (H.264)
      • Audio Encoding (MPEG-1 Layer 2 and MPEG-4 ACC)
      • Video output up to 1080p
      • Accepts HDMI, Component, VGA, S-Video and Composite inputs
      Easily and Remotely Upgrade to HD version
    • Encoding Analog Content
      AXIS Q7401VIDEO ENCODER
      WITH SAFARI MONTAGE INTEGRATION
      Delivers multiple, individually configurable video streams simultaneously at full-frame rate in resolutions up to D1 (720x480 NTSC)
      Compression: H.264 (MPEG-4 Part 10/AVC)
      Resolution: 176x120 to 720x480
      Streams: 3 simultaneous
      Dimensions: 3.9” (w) x 5.0”(d) x 1.3”(h)
      Video Input: Composite NTSC (BNC)
      Audio Input: 3.5 mm Stereo