Modular interfacing provides the glue that allows broadcasters to build their stations. The products provided have ranged for analogue to digital converters, audio embedders, synchronisers and up/down converters. What kind of devices will be required as we move towards an IP based infrastructure? What will be required of the companies that supply modular infrastructure?
This talk will give an insight to the strategy of a company that plans to benefit from the move to IP.
Philip Scofield has an engineering background and spent his early career designing television studio equipment. He founded Crystal Vision 20 years ago to manufacture products that provide a convenient way to work with a mixture of different broadcast technologies.
Ample Refreshments will be kindly provided by Crystal Vision.
Crystal Vision is located just 1 mile off junction 10 of the M11 motorway
please note that Lion Technology Park is to the EAST of the railway line
- so from the M11 cross the Railway and turn left Sign post for Red Lion and the Council depot -
Turn RIGHT into Lion Technology park at the Red Lion and drive to almost the far end. see MAP
It is two minutes walk from Whittlesford railway station with regular train services to London Liverpool Street and Cambridge.
Good trains from London Liverpool St are at 17.13 slow and 17.37 fast
returning on 20.30 or 21.11 or 21.30 (about an hour)
If you want Kings Cross change at Tottenham Hale
Or from Cambridge 18.21 returning 20.43 or 20.58