Originally streamed Dec. 9, 2021
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.
Jacob Daniluck, Technical Services, Tieline: The Codec Company
Jacob Daniluck is a part of the technical sales Staff at Tieline. He has been with Tieline for more than 10 years and has been in the broadcasting industry for more than 15 years. Jacob has worked with stations throughout the world on building network contribution links for small market to global market companies.
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This webinar is approximately 90 minutes long.
SBE Members: $62
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