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October 2014 Webinar:
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

HDBaseT Switching & Connectivity Challenges
Over CAT5e & CAT6

Discover the advantages and disadvantages of CAT5e/CAT6 and UTP/STP connectivity, and learn how to "future proof" CAT5e/CAT6 wiring. There is in-depth coverage of HDBaseT PAM 16 modulation and system architecture, as well as the latest HDBaseT digital audio and 4K UHD.

  • adiHosted by Mike Tsinberg, President of Key Digital Systems, SMPTE Fellow. Mike Tsinberg is well-positioned to lead the company to success. For the past twenty years, Tsinberg has been an icon in the HDTV industry, defined by his ground-breaking work in the field of Digital HDTV broadcasting and in the development of the world's first DVD authoring systems. His work with two leading consumer electronics manufacturers, Philips and Toshiba, has garnered him 40 US and foreign Patents, and industry praise.
November 2014 Webinar:
Thursday, November 20, 2014
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

Learn how to integrate affordable ZigBee Wireless audio & video automation system to every Job

Key Digital's IP-based control system is now updated to include KD-ZRC300, a ZigBee handheld remote with local IR capability. Combine the KD-ZRC300 with the new KD-ZRX200 bi-directional ZigBee transceiver and KD-MC1000 Master Controller (complete system model KD-CCKIT1000) to enable the system to interface with RS-232 and TCP-IP controllable devices, as well as incorporating as many iOS remote devices as your job demands!

  • adiKD-CCKIT1000 - Master Controller Kit: Includes Master Controller, ZigBee Wireless IR Universal Handheld Remote and ZigBee Wireless to RS-232 Tx & Rx
  • KD-MC1000 - Master Controller (Wired/LAN, supports up to 8 Ports)
  • KD-ZRC300 - ZigBee Wireless 2.4 GHz & IR Universal Handheld Remote Control
  • KD-ZRX200 - ZigBee Wireless 2.4 GHz to RS-232 TX & RX
  • Compass Control® represents the first fully integrated major control system built from the ground up to use Apple’s iOS devices – iPad®, iPad mini®, iPhone®, and iPod touch® – as its backbone.