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Multimedia Systems

252 pages
Arcler Education Inc
This text covers the design, development, and implementation of multimedia applications and systems. The book explores various topics such as multimedia hardware and software, digital media representation and compression, multimedia communication, and multimedia databases. It is an essential resource for students and professionals in the field of multimedia, providing a thorough understanding of the principles and practices of multimedia systems. This book will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to create and manage multimedia systems in a rapidly evolving technological landscape.
Author Bio
Robert Martirosyan completed his Master's in Means of Communication and Telecommunication from the State Engineering University of Armenia in 2000. His first, Bachelor, rank, in the field of Radiotechnic and Communication, was secured at the State Engineering University of Armenia in 1998, he has been graded a diploma with excellence. In the course of his studies at the University he worked as an installation engineer in "AATV communications" from 1998 to 2000, where he installed and supported the MMDS (Microwave Multipoint Distribution System / Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service), CATV (Cable Television) and Broadcast television systems. After studying at the university he was called into the army. After military service, he continued to work in the telecommunications and IT/ICT sectors, worked as an engineer, then as head of the infrastructure department, next up to Deputy Director on Technical Affairs and Deputy Director on Infrastructure Design and Planning. Robert Martirosyan has about 20 years of experience in the networking and telecommunications sector, particularly designing, engineering and leading many projects for networks and infrastructures such as Fiber Optics networks (FTTH, FTTB, FTTC, FTTN, P2P, P2MP, CWDM, PON/EPON, etc.), other wired and structured cabling networks (PEN, etc.), wireless networks, IP cameras network (NVR system), global (WAN, SD-WAN, etc.) and local (LAN, etc.) networks.