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How To Differentiate Between HD & SD Encoding

With technology in a constant state of change and innovation, there’s no secret that it can be difficult to keep up. Sometimes, the terminology alone can lead to confusion. At Radiant Communications Corporation, we aim to keep you in the know by drawing clear comparisons between some of […]

  • February 02, 2018
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Four Reasons to Switch to Fiber Technology

If you’ve been in the market for an HD video encoder, SD encoder, or another piece of equipment that provides your business with better, faster, and more reliable communication and closed-circuit video and audio capabilities, the words “fiber network” have probably already come up in your search. Fiber […]

  • November 14, 2017
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What is Placeshifting?

If you’re a business owner who needs a device that allows you to stream localbaseband videos online to a number of different locations, you’ve probably already heard about placeshifting. Read on to learn more about placeshifting, and decide for yourself if using placeshifting technology would be beneficial to your […]

  • October 11, 2017
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How Schools and Universities Can Benefit From a Fiber Network

If you are in charge of the communications system or closed circuit television system of a school or university, you already know that striking the perfect balance between quality and cost-effectiveness can be difficult to find. Your students and faculty depend upon their communications system to keep both […]

  • September 29, 2017
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