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Understanding ST 2110- Updated

Self Study Course Ongoing Enrollment
Member Price Free
Non-Member Price $149
Instructor-Led Course September 16, 2024
Member Price $149.00
Non-Member Price $349.00

Instructor - Wes Simpson

Wes Simpson, president of Telecom Product Consulting, has more than 35 years of experience in the design, development, application, and marketing of products for video and telecommunication applications. In addition to being a frequent speaker at events such as VidTrans, SMPTE conferences, NAB Show, and IBC, he is a columnist for TV Technology and the author of two books: “IPTV and Internet Video” and “Video Over IP.” Simpson is a voting member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Technology and Engineering Emmy® Awards Committee. Along with this virtual classroom course for SMPTE, Simpson recently developed and delivered well-received training seminars for the VSF and IEEE BTS.

Course Overview

If you’re an Engineer or Technician in Broadcasting, Systems Design or Integration, you’ll raise your value in the workplace with a strong grasp of ST 2110. This 8-week course helps you develop the in-depth knowledge you’ll need to ensure interoperability between all ST 2110 compliant equipment, with a strong emphasis on the practical skills you’ll apply every day in the field.
Participants should have a basic understanding of IP and associated terminology.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand video/audio/data encapsulation, identification and synchronization, traffic shaping, and packet delivery timing for real-time production and playout.
  • Recognize the difference between SDI and IP based Media Transport
  • Determine network requirements and limitations
  • Avoid the pitfalls in systems design, where bottlenecks are created with bad configurations
  • Go deeper into the standard for your specific issues