The Society of Broadcast Engineers

The Association for Broadcast and Multimedia Technology Professionals

2021 SIP Series

A four-part series of webinars about SIP.

This four-part series is designed specifically to provide introductory knowledge of VoIP and related protocols as they relate specifically to broadcast applications.

Module 1: Introduction to Voice Over IP/SIP Technology Systems
Module 2: Service and Troubleshooting Techniques for VoIP
Module 3: End–to-End Case Studies on Virtualized VoIP Systems in the Cloud
Module 4: EBU/3326 Guidelines and Requirements

Your Instructors

Shaun Dolan; Partner, Inrush Broadcast Services
Mike Dorris, Partner, Inrush Broadcast Services
Kirk Harnack, CBRE, CBNE; Telos Alliance
Christen Roberts; Technical Advisor, IQ Wired
Jacob Daniluck; Technical Services, Tieline

Module 1: Introduction to Voice Over IP/SIP Technology Systems

Module 1 kicks off this four-part SIP series and is designed specifically to provide introductory knowledge of VoIP and related protocols as they relate specifically to broadcast applications. The practical capabilities and application of VoIP and SIP in broadcast facilities and relevant topics like choke lines and audio quality, will be discussed.

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Module 2: Service and Troubleshooting Techniques for VoIP

Module 2 of the SIP series answers the question: What do I do when I have issues with my VoIP-based broadcast phone system? The webinar explores practical VoIP troubleshooting techniques using real-world examples from broadcasters, and is designed to assist broadcast technologists in identifying the root cause of common VoIP problems. It will also provide tips and tricks for working with telecom providers to resolve upstream issues more quickly.

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Module 3: End–to-End Case Studies on Virtualized VoIP Systems in the Cloud

Module 3 of the SIP series provides an end-to-end look at the process of installing, operating, and maintaining a broadcast talk show system in the cloud. We will explore the benefits uncovered and challenges encountered in the implementation process, point out some tips and tricks, evaluate the reliability and redundancy opportunities, and discuss the financial implications of this cloud-based operation.

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Module 4: EBU/3326 Guidelines and Requirements

Module 4 of the SIP Series provides an overview of the SIP protocol when working with Audio IP Codecs (N/ACIP – network/audio contribution over IP links). It will also provide an overview of the EBU 3326 regulation and discuss why this standard is important to broadcasters. We will outline some of the key similarities and differences you will see when working with SIP for VoIP versus using SIP for AoIP. The presentation provides real-world examples of broadcasters using SIP for connectivity. As a bonus, this module will show you a short end-to-end walk-through of easily connecting two different brand codecs together.

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SBE Recertification Credit

The completion of a webinar from Webinars by SBE qualifies for 1 credit, identified under Category I of the Recertification Schedule for SBE Certifications.

Questions?

If you have questions regarding this course, contact Cathy Orosz via email or by phone at 317-846-9000.

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