Laura Gutknecht, Technical Director at WSUM Radio at the University of Wisconsin, recently submitted a tip on setting up GPIO connections to work with AC and DC in a way that isolates the GPIO gear from harm.Read More
Willem Hoekstra of Media Utilities in the Netherlands writes: "I've got a Z/IP ONE client who wants to connect Z/IP ONE codecs on a private network completely autonomously, without the Directory and NAT Traversal services provided by the Telos ZIP Server. Is that possible?"Read More
Resolving issues regarding Axia GPIO for on-air lights is a topic that comes up on a regular basis, and this month's Tech Tip question was a good reminder that we need to cover it again!Read More
Been wondering whether a SIP-based phone system is right for you?
It's been a couple of years now since Telos introduced our VX Broadcast VoIP multi-studio phone system. Ask any broadcaster who owns one, and they'll tell you: VX delivers som pretty powerful sauce.Read More
Michal Kolar of Multimedia Systems in the Czech Republic writes: "Our customer is asking what the maximum Ethernet CAT5E cable length is between an Axia xNode and the LAN switch. I expect it would be 100m."Read More
How do you know when something has gone wrong on your Livewire network? Do the jocks come screaming to you? You can get ahead of the curve by configuring your Telos Alliance gear to message you using a little logging and alerting protocol called "SysLog."Read More
As more and more broadcasters move to IP and public Internet connections for remote broadcasts, the question now is not "Can I do IP remotes?," but "How can I make IP remotes sound as good as ISDN?"Read More
If you’re like any engineer we know, you’ve likely got a smartphone or a tablet. And you probably know that there are apps out there – hundreds of them – designed specifically for use by you. Finding them… well, that’s another story.Read More
Topics: Broadcast Technology
Ben Umberger of WFLZ writes:
"I'm using an Omnia.11 with version 1.03 firmware. I have the analog output selected as DJ for off-air monitoring, but the audio is still coming out delayed. What am I missing?"Read More
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