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22-24 November 2022, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, W. Europe Standard Time
Kurs CTS Vorbereitung mit Prüfung am 25. November beim MMTS mit Trainerin Sabine Heymann
RU
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0.00
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Instructor-Led Training
15-17 November 2022, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Romance Standard Time
3 day CTS-D prep classroom course with trainer Mikael Nilsson
RU
CTS:
24.00
CTS-D:
24.00
CTS-I:
24.00
MAX:
24.00
25-27 October 2022, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, W. Europe Standard Time
NAVS Kurs bei der Fohhn Audio AG in Nürtingen mit Trainer Marco Pfiffer
RU
CTS:
24.00
CTS-D:
24.00
CTS-I:
24.00
MAX:
24.00
How to choose a proper display based on aspect ratio and resolution relationship.
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Designer
Upon completion of this section, you should be able to: Define risk; Identify risk response planning strategies; Compare and contrast contingency and management reserves
RU
CTS:
2.50
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2.50
CTS-I:
2.50
MAX:
2.50
RU
CTS:
1.00
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1.00
CTS-I:
1.00
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1.00
In this lesson, you'll learn how to identify elements within a Project Change Management Plan and actions that occur during the closing phase
RU
CTS:
2.50
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2.50
CTS-I:
2.50
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2.50
Installer
On-Demand Training
Understanding Ethernet will help you determine if an existing network meets your AV system's need, or if an infrastructure update will be required. It will also help you work with IT professionals to determine when and why an AV system should be isolated in its own network. In this lesson, you'll learn about the different Ethernet standards and their uses.
RU
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0.00
On-Demand Training
With the exception of wireless equipment, every piece of wired AV equipment depends on its cables. Therefore, one of your most important tasks is to make sure that all of your equipment has the right cables and is terminated correctly. To do that, you need to understand the basics of cable termination.
RU
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1.50
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1.50
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1.50
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1.50
On-Demand Training
Once you've built your racks and reviewed your diagrams, it's time to work with cables. Using your AV diagrams and documentation, you need to plot where all of the cables are supposed to go in your AV space. This section will teach you how to do that.
RU
CTS:
0.75
CTS-D:
0.75
CTS-I:
0.75
MAX:
0.75
IT Professional
On-Demand Training
When working with networked AV systems, you should also know about the hardware building blocks of the network itself. Switches, routers, and gateways are all used to transfer information from one place to another.
RU
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0.00
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0.00
On-Demand Training
Understanding network topology is key to understanding the capabilities of a network. If you know how the devices on a network communicate, you have a better understanding of what you can use the network to do, and how the network might fail.
RU
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0.00
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On-Demand Training
Now that you understand the differences between local area networks and wide area networks, it's time to explore some of the specific devices and technologies that make up these networks.
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Live Events
RU
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0.50
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0.50
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0.50
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0.50
On-Demand Training
How an image looks on a screen is called perceived quality. Perceived quality is usually based on the contrast ratio of the system, and the image uniformity. The difference between system black and the brightest image, considering the environment, is the system contrast ratio. The greater the contrast ratio is, the better the perceived image quality.
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Once you know what you want to display, and the environmental conditions in which the display will be shown, you can proceed to display types and technologies.
RU
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0.00
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0.00
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0.00
Project Manager
In this lesson you will learn the two approaches to dividing a network--VLANs and subnets. You will learn the concept of a virtual switch architecture and the use of trunking to connect VLAN nodes residing in different switches, how to setup VLAN’s and how to maintain them.
RU
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0.50
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0.50
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0.50
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0.50
This microlesson will help you make informed decisions about how to transport signals for distances longer than 15 meters.
RU
CTS:
0.25
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0.25
CTS-I:
0.25
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0.25
Learn about the elements that affect the planning and design of the AV environment based on the user's needs and perspective with this online course.
RU
CTS:
15.00
CTS-D:
15.00
CTS-I:
15.00
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15.00
Technology Manager
In this lesson, we will discuss computer display characteristics including types of computer outputs, native resolution, and the relationship between bandwidth and resolution.
RU
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0.00
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0.00
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0.00
This lesson explains the process and formula for estimating video bandwidth requirements, tracing the elements of bandwidth from the pixel, to the resolution, to the frame rate, to bit depth, to chroma subsampling.
RU
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0.50
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0.50
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0.50
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0.50
This is an interactive core knowledge course for all AV professionals. You will learn the basics of networking from an AV perspective, while gaining the tools you need to have a meaningful conversation with your IT peers.
RU
CTS:
22.50
CTS-D:
22.50
CTS-I:
22.50
MAX:
22.50