Campus broadcasting is an important way of daily information dissemination in schools. With the development of science and technology, it experienced many changes from electron tubes to integrated circuits, phonographs to CDs, and now to digital broadcasting. After decades of history, the technology level of devices varies and there are many defects in practice. Especially in recent years, the Internet, multimedia, and other high-tech applications have been applied to teaching practice since the pace of school information construction has accelerated. The disadvantages of poor compatibility, scalability, sound quality and single function of traditional broadcasting systems have become increasingly apparent. It is hard to meet the needs of modern education development because of its incompatibility with other modern educational technology systems.
Aiming at the shortcomings of traditional campus broadcasting, Q-NEX had practical experience in the education industry for many years that designed and developed a campus digital broadcasting system – Media Box (MBX). This system changes the traditional broadcasting with manual operation, and fundamentally solves the shortcomings of the unidirectional, restrictive, and traditional analog transmission methods of the campus broadcasting.
Q-NEX solution for campus-wide AV distribution which Media Box (MBX) is its main product, is based on the AV-over-IP technology to realize not only AV broadcasting, but also live streaming to every corner of the campus including classrooms, cafeteria, library, teacher’s offices, corridor, and canteen. Through the Q-NEX solution, schools have ability to build a broadcasting system throughout the campus. Text, audio, and video broadcasting, and the scheduler of the oriented broadcasting can be easily carried out.