Emergency Management Center Applications

Emergency Management Centers require a media-rich mix of resources from a variety of sources – cable and satellite programming, local  HDTV news, cameras, and other sources. As major centers such as the Los Angeles Emergency Operation Center were designed, several media distribution and routing systems were envisioned. Twisted-pair Cat 5 video routing was rejected…

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Residential Market

Home is where the media is, be it on land, sea, or in the air. While large-scale residential applications have historically used extensive (and expensive) twisted-pair video routing systems, HD video distribution is shifting to HDTV RF – for a number of good reasons. RF is simple to implement, easily scalable, and far less expensive to integrate. No expensive…

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Stadium and Arena Markets

Today’s sports facilities are becoming more and more media-intensive. HD displays are almost everywhere – hallways, entries, concessions, suites, even bathrooms. Typical content includes one or more HD live feeds, digital signage, and, in suites, popular cable channels. The number of TVs at the site typically ranges from 300 to 1000, so control can be labor-intensive.…

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Emergency Operations Center Market

Emergency Operation Centers deliver a media-rich environment to emergency response staff, allowing them immediate access to resources they need to make critical decisions. Resources include local and national news and weather channels, graphics from local PC apps and the Internet, fiber and IPTV feeds from traffic, helicopter, security, and “classified”  video sources,…

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Entertainment Venue Market

Entertainment venues present an interesting mix of content, food, and excitement. Sports Bars This venue surrounds the patrons with a fully sports-centered experience using site-wide TVs and projectors, often drawing in audience from live sports events. HDTV modulators present a mix of sports programming and digital signage from sports stats services. CR over-the-RF…

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Education Market

There are a number of Contemporary Research solutions employed in education, with differences in key grade levels. K-12 Schools CR tuners can access analog and digital programming, offering a transition pathway for both types of channels. Using analog technology is a simple, low-cost solution for originating on-site media for announcements, and live event broadcasts,…

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Corporate Market

Contemporary Research offers businesses solutions for tuning HDTV channels in conference rooms, creating an in-house RF network, and managing TVs over RF facility-wide. Conference/Board Rooms/Training Rooms CR HDTV tuners are used in commercial facilities nationwide to tune and display content from the site’s in-house HDTV channel network. The industry standard for…

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Installing DX Software on a Windows XP Pro PC

Configuring XP Pro Internet Information Services (IIS) should be installed on your computer before Display Express is installed. To find out if IIS is installed on Windows XP, click on Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs, then click on the Add/Remove Windows Components icon on the left.  In the next window, scroll down and find Internet Information Services. …

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Distributing Digital Signage Over RF

When you think Digital Signage, the first thought is often “Ethernet” – and you would be correct. But IP isn’t the only way to deliver signage content, especially if you’re broadcasting just a few messages to many destinations. Ethernet delivery isn’t free. Each drop costs additional wiring and hub connections, as well as software licences and PC maintenance.…

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Emergency Management Center Applications

Los Angeles EOC Emergency Management Centers require a media-rich mix of resources from a variety of sources – cable and satellite programming, local  HDTV news, cameras, and other sources. As major centers such as the Los Angeles Emergency Operation Center were designed, several media distribution and routing systems were envisioned. Twisted-pair Cat 5 video…

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