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Deploying Large Scale Audio IP Networks
This paper will examine the key considerations for those interested in deploying large-scale ip audio networks. It will include an overview of the main challenges and draw on the experience of national public broadcasters who have already migrated to IP. We will provide an overview of the key concerns such as jitter, delay and link reliability that are valid for an IP network of any size. However, this paper will focus mainly on the issues arising from the greater complexity and scale of large national and country-wide deployments. The paper will use illustrations and network applications from real-world deployments to illustrate the points.
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