Current, comprehensive, and undoubtedly practical, this unique reference will help engineers and technicians make more intelligent decisions with regard to capacity, speed, and cost parameters as they wire, design, and install modern media systems. Unlike other books which treat the topic theoretically, this guide clearly explains exactly what to do. It includes extensive and invaluable data charts on currently available wire, cable, and fiber, and covers all major A/V interconnection solutions.Next is the stereo phone plug, well known as the connector often used on headphones. ... While it can be wired in a balanced mode, and can allow many of the signal routing advantages of a TRS or Bantam, it is not a professional connector and lacks many of the features that give ... While it is common and easy to find, you will note it satisfies none of the criteria on the chart to be a patch panel connector.
|Title||:||Wire, Cable, and Fiber Optics for Video and Audio Engineers|
|Author||:||Stephen H. Lampen|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1997|