Course description:

This online course introduces you to key audio terminology and the properties that affect audio quality in a room. Learn how network audio brings increased business opportunities for security, public address, and background music

Practical information:

Format: Online
Length: 30 minutes
Price: Free of charge
Language: Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

Course outline:

1. What is sound?
Using audio clips and key audio definitions, you will learn what sound is and how it behaves from a theoretical point-of-view.

2. Sampling rate, bit depth and gain
Learn about sampling rate, bit depth and gain, how we as humans are affected by it, and how it relates to network audio devices and systems.

3. Acoustics
Get a fundamental understanding of acoustics, different acoustic effects and the issues that may affect audio quality in a room.

4. Inverse Distance
Law Learn about the inverse distance law and how a speaker’s mount height, distance, and sound pressure level affects the sound experience of the listener.

5. Network audio purposes
Learn about how Axis network audio systems bring increased business opportunities for security, public address, and background music through a variety of smart products and applications.

6. Quiz
Take a quiz with questions from all modules above. Alternatively, you can choose to take this quiz at the beginning of the course, to identify which areas you need to work on most.

Course objectives:

After completing the course, you will have basic knowledge about audio terminology and functionality, as well as an understanding of how network audio can enhance aspects within surveillance design, support public address scenarios, and facilitate the use of background music in business settings.

Who should attend:

Professionals in the network video surveillance and audio industries.

Prerequisites:

None.