by Pat Brown
In this article, Pat Brown addresses an issue that occurs if the digital cable length is too long.
This happened just after the recent SynAudCon Digital seminar. Digital audio training includes a presentation of guidelines for allowable length of coaxial cable. A general guideline for allowable cable length for some professional interfaces is 100 m (330 ft). If the cable is too long, the signal can be degraded, causing errors. The data must then be resent, which slows down the connection.
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