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TWiRT 433 - Reliable Redundancy with Peter Femal

One may reasonably argue that broadcast equipment is more reliable and stable now than ever before. One reason is the broad use of general purpose computing platforms and the same networking infrastructure as the huge IT industry uses. Peter Femal optimizes these ubiquitous technologies for reliable broadcast service. We discuss Audio over IP redundancies, as well as more traditional backup systems.  And, as Peter says, “It’s not a backup if you don’t trust it.”

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Eaton Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS)
Eaton UPS systems
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Peter Femal - President, Public Media Engineering

Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting

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