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UBC Mathematics: MathNet FAQ [AV Information]

UBC Mathematics: MathNet FAQ [AV Information]

Question: What is MATH AV system?
Author: Tony Nguyen
Date: October 28th, 2013

The MATH AV system is located in MATH 126 room. It's a LifeSize videoconferencing system, which enables us to broadcast/attend seminars to/from remote sites provided that they have a compatible AV system. Our LifeSize system is a full HD video communications system that is efficient, convenient, fast and cost saving. It's compatible with these standards: H.323, SIP, H.261, H.263, H.263+, H.264, H.239, H.221, H.224, H.225, H.231, H.241, H.242, H.245, H.281, BONDING (ISO13871) via LifeSize Networker, RFC 3261, RFC 3264, RFC 2190, RFC 3407, RFC 2833. Note that our AV system is not a skype videoconferencing system. In order to request for an AV setup for your seminars or meetings, please refer to the how to request for an AV setup section.