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A Comparative Study of mLAN and CobraNet Technologies and their use in the Sound Installation Industry
This paper highlights the two interconnection technologies of CobraNet and mLAN, and provides a comparative study of these technologies and their applicability to the sound installation industry, through a discussion of constraints inherent within such an installation. Issues such as the adherence to standards, costs, latency, speed, connection management, and the control and monitoring of devices are explored.
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