AMG Systems offers free ‘Basics of IP Video Network Design’ whitepaper
Paper from world leading transmission technology provider designed to benefit those with analogue CCTV knowledge
AMG, the British manufacturer of CCTV transmission solutions and sophisticated 5 Megapixel cameras, has produced a free downloadable whitepaper which guides readers through the basics of IP video network design.
Written expressly for those who have analogue CCTV knowledge and who want to understand the basics of IP video
system design, the whitepaper takes into account the significant changes in technology which have taken place over the past 15 years. It looks specifically at:
• How the different elements of an IP video system function
• How these differ from analogue CCTV
• How system design impacts network requirements
• And which equipment can be utilised to ensure optimum performance, investment, and future proofing
Using simple, straightforward language and clear examples, the whitepaper takes an unbiased look at both the advantages and challenges of using IP video for surveillance installations, and illustrates the differences in approach required to design an IP video network, as opposed to the traditional analogue system.
AMG Sales and Marketing Director Andrew Pigram, who authored the whitepaper, said: “We wanted to provide a no-nonsense, easily understood whitepaper which would serve as a useful starting point for those interested in learning about IP video network design. Network video can be perceived as overly-complex and perhaps daunting. This whitepaper offers concrete, pragmatic information, and provides the key considerations which should be addressed when designing any new IP system.”
AMG is a leading global provider of video and communication transmission solutions designed for CCTV surveillance operations in transport, public, government and military sector. AMG also manufactures a range of IP Cameras under the AMG-Panogenics brand.
AMG Transmission Solutions offers a full range of transmission technologies including multimode and singlemode video, data and audio fibre optic transmission systems; single & multi-channel unshielded twisted pair (UTP) links for video, data & audio; multi-port Ethernet switches for the transmission of IP based solutions over fibre, and both analogue and digital wireless products for the transmission of video & data. As a result, AMG transmission solutions have been successfully implemented in many high profile projects throughout the world. Projects include supplying the transmission system for the UK’s NRTS project and the security and surveillance of the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.
Click here to download the full whitepaper from AMG’s website