Thankfully, there are a number of resources available for anyone keen to learn the basics about IPTV, and the how, where and when of IP Television.
There is Web TV Wire of course, which thankfully you are reading now, but we simply cannot offer the type of crash course some people may need to get in to the business of IPTV.
There are, however, books on the subject which cover exactly that, providing readers with a good basic knowledge base to work with, and start increasing how much they know about IP Television.
IPTV Crash Course
One such book is IPTV Crash Course, which as you can probably tell by the name, tries to give you a broad understanding of many aspects involved in IPTV, without blinding you with the science behind the technology.
The book is a practical resource, which tries to offer straightforward explanations about the basic fundamentals involved in digital television, as well as some more detailed and in-depth coverage of the hardware and software involved.
Some of the elements discussed in IPTV Crash Course include system architecture, home networking, copy protection and digital rights management.
While squarely aimed at beginners, who may just be dipping their toes in to the concept of IPTV, people who may already have a firm grasp of the concept will still find something of interest, and that they didn’t previously know.
Well Organised Overview
It provides a slew of knowledge raising content written in a clear and uncomplicated way. Everything is organised to allow easy access to the topics of interest, with chapters well thought out.
The price of the book is also very good considering how much of a resource this could prove to anyone looking to start, or increase their knowledge base about IPTV, and the technologies involved therein.
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