Multimedia Engineering
  Chief Leschi Video


Distance Learning

  • Transmitter: Every output of the composite baseband routing switcher is connected via a short coaxial jumper to a transmitter that amplifies the signal and provides impedance matching to the twisted pair cable that delivers the signal to the classroom receiver/control panel.


  • Portable Transmitter: The portable transmitter accepts any local component video/audio source, and generates a composite baseband signal which can be fed to the headend for distribution around the Chief Leschi campus, or distance learning destinations or general video teleconferencing applications. The transmitter output connects in the classroom to the composite input jack available at the wall plates located in every classroom in the general vicinity of the teacher's desk. When video conferencing, select the distant classroom as the source to be shown on the classroom monitor. In other non-conference scenarios, to monitor the local signal being sent to the Headend on the classroom monitor, select the source (input channel) that has been utilized on the routing switcher for your signal to connect to, and if using camera and microphone source equipment be aware of video and audio feedback considerations.