Reading the recent World Trade Center remembrances from my colleague on these pages, Peter Prunty, brought to mind my own memories of One World Trade Center – the North Tower.
Throughput delay, commonly referred to as latency, is an inescapable consequence of using digital audio and video technologies.
Previously, we have taken a look at how cesium clocks, the most-accurate time and frequency references available to us, work.
One of the opportunities created by the digitalization of television is the ability of digital media and transports to carry metadata in addition to video and audio.
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