RESONETZ LINK TECHNOLOGY

APPLICATION EXAMPLES

DIRECT SETUP

POINT-TO-POINT DEVICE CONNECTION
VIA REDUNDANT NETWORK CABLES

A single MADI I/O with 64 channels is transmitted with double redundancy via a cost-efficient 100 m network cable. In both directions.
E. g. via a simple network cable infrastructure in a building, like a concert hall or broadcast studio complex.

DIRECT SETUP

LAN SETUP

POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT CONNECTION
IN A LOCAL AREA NETWORK

A local area network with GBit capacity can transmit up to 512 channels - in both directions. This way a complete large-scale RESONETZ Audio-over-IP network can be built in an existing network infrastructure with off-the-shelf components. By using an additional “dark fiber” infrastructure, it is also possible to connect this local system to distant facilities (next setup example).

LAN SETUP

WAN/INTERNET SETUP

POINT-TO-POINT DEVICE CONNECTION
LONG DISTANCE VIA FIBER-TO-THE-HOME OR PUBLIC INTERNET

A single MADI I/O with 64 channels can be transmitted in a Wide Area Network (WAN) via a FIBER-TO-THE-HOME connection with high bandwith (100 MBit). E. g. a dedicated broadband connection from a baseball stadium or a concert hall to the broadcast studio complex.

WAN SINGLE POINT SETUP

WAN/INTERNET SETUP

POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT CONNECTION
LONG DISTANCE VIA FIBER-TO-THE-HOME OR PUBLIC INTERNET

A long distance transmission via a WAN or the public internet can transmit several audio channels from a single sender (“talker”) to several receivers (“listeners”). The channel number depends on the samplerate of the audio format. By using existing FTTH (“dark fiber”) infrastructures from the talker to the listeners, the amount of channels can be increased.

WAN/INTERNET MULTIPOINT SETUP

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