ARTECH HOUSE Incorporated, Jan 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
Learn how to successfully install and manage a visual telephony system in corporate, medical, legal, sales, educational, and other environments with this practical resource. Easy-to-follow discussions on the applications and benefits of videoconferencing, distance education, and telemedicine help project managers, consultants, and sales and marketing professionals comprehend the broad range of uses for visual telephony. Two chapters devoted to financial analysis show how to cost-justify a system, while other chapters explain the issues associated with audio/visual components, digital video compression equipment, and international standards. Practical illustrations and clear writing help make this book a perfect reference for newcomers to the field of video telephony.
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Getting Started With Visual Telephony
Applications and Typical Installations
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64 kbps access line Additional revenue amount analysis annual Atlanta audio benefits bits calculate Cash Flow Chapter classroom codec Common Intermediate Format conference room conference table connected depreciation write-off Desktop systems device digital transmission discount display distance education document camera echo canceller electronic equipment Figure graphics H0 channel installations instructor Inter-LATA Carrier interactive inverse multiplexer ISDN Kansas City kbps large group systems long-distance carrier main monitor Mbps meeting microphone multipoint multipoint control unit NTSC number of participants options organizations patient picture picture-in-picture present value Primary rate interface Reduced taxes remote diagnostics resolution revenue after taxes rollabout systems screen self-view small group systems split-screen standard Subscriber SVGA switch tandem switch taxes from depreciation telemedicine telephone network teleradiology television tion transmitted Trunk typical unit videoconference videoconferencing videoconferencing systems visual telephony system