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Everything* You Need To Know About Using Ethernet Cable For Portable Audio
An All-Day, In-Depth Workshop
AES Pacific Northwest Section
Saturday, June 1st, 2013, 10:30am until at least 4pm
Raisbeck Hall, Cornish College
You are encouraged to bring your own ethernet cables for non-destructive testing. It appears that many CAT6 cables do not meet the CAT6 standard.
If you have devices that use audio over Ethernet, we encourage you to bring those as well, so that we can compare the robustness of the data transfer among devices.
The first half or so of our day will be spent answering these questions and others like them, and the second half we will use a variety of CAT cables with multiple digital consoles and try to interrupt the data stream, so that we can understand what is tolerable and what will cause a real problem for you at your event.**
While we intend to test the limits of environmental and circumstantial factors on Ethernet cables, it is not our intention to harm any cables during the course of our testing.
Our intention IS to take advantage of the many smart and experienced people we have in our Section, and to have everyone present share their knowledge with the group in a roundtable fashion. There are several knowledgeable people specifically invited and confirmed to attend at the time of this writing (5/7), and more names will be added soon.
So far, the list includes:
Please keep checking this page, as more information will be added as it becomes available. This workshop will be available as a live stream on the Internet by invitation. Respond to by May 26 if you want to see what's going on but can't physically be there. Spaces are limited.
As with all our meetings, admission is free and open to all interested people. We will have a lunch break, with either food you've brought for yourself or takeout from nearby, and can do a dinner break if we get going. Ideally, these breaks will be for personal networking as well.
* "Everything" is a big word; we'll present as much as can be fit into the day, which could extend into the evening if we wish. This should be a
unique and informative event.
n.b. The material presented at our meetings is the opinion of the presenter and not necessarily that of the Society. You are encouraged to conduct your own research and to form your own opinions before adopting the presented material as Truth.
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Last modified 03/20/2013.