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NMOS in the Real World


NMOS in the Real World

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16 Sep 2017
As broadcasters plan their next generation of facilities using IP, the "auto-provisioning" part of the JT-NM roadmap becomes more essential. Using examples from real projects such as BBC Cardiff, Peter describes how the AMWA NMOS family of specifications -- IS-04 discovery and registration and the forthcoming IS-05 connection management can make this happen in practice, and can pave the way for later "dematerialisation".
Peter Brightwell, Lead Engineer - BBC
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