RGB Networks offers a flexible training program designed to satisfy the specific requirements of each customer. RGB's formal training program consists of a mixture of the modules described below, which can be covered in one to one-and-a-half days. Each class is designed to support up to 20 participants.
Module 1:It's a Simulcast World — A discussion of analog, digital, simulcast and switched broadcast technologies.
Module 2:The VIA Platform — A review of each of RGB's products based on the Video Intelligence ArchitectureTM (VIA) Platform and their many features.
Module 3:MPEG Basics — A detailed look at MPEG, DVB, HDTV and statistical multiplexing technologies. All of the tables and timing sources involved in MPEG transport streams will be examined.
Module 4:Networking Basics — A basic overview for headend technicians just learning about networking. Includes a discussion of multicast, IGMP and the differences between v1, v2 and v3.
Module 5:DPI, VOD and SDV — A detailed examination of digital program insertion (DPI), video-on-demand (VOD) and switched digital video (SDV) environments. This module will cover RF, port mapping, VOD transrating, detailed DPI specs, and how RGB's product lines fits into these architectures.
Module 6:VIA Hardware Installation — A detailed look at RGB's VIA hardware and how to install it.
Module 7:SEP Software — A thorough look at RGB's Simulcast Edge Processor (SEP) software and how to configure it.
Module 8:BNP Software — A thorough look at RGB's Broadcast Network Processor (BNP) software and how to configure it.
Module 9:MMC Software — A thorough look at RGB's Modular Media Converter (MMC) software and how to configure it.
Module 10:USM Software — A thorough look at RGB's Universal Scalable Modulator (USM) software and how to configure it.
Module 11:DBM Software — A thorough look at RGB's Dynamic Bandwidth Manager (DBM) software and how to configure it.
Module 12:Troubleshooting & Maintenance — A detailed review of upgrades, recoveries, and troubleshooting of both RGB products and external issues.