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20 Things You Should Know Before Migrating Your Audio Network to IP

For many years, synchronous networks have been considered the industry standard for audio transport worldwide. Balanced analogue copper circuits, microwave and synchronous based systems such as V.35/X.21 or T1/E1 have been the traditional choice for studio transmitter and inter-studio links in professional audio broadcast networks. Readily available from all major service providers, the popularity of synchronous links has been largely due to the fact that they offer dedicated, reliable, point-to-point and bi-directional communication at guaranteed data and error rates. However, the reign of synchronous links as the preferred choice for STLs is currently coming under threat from a new challenger, in the form of IP-based network technology.

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