Put Your AV Networking Knowledge to the Test

Published: August 28, 2018

RS232. HDBaseT. TMDS. EDID. If these acronyms don’t have your head spinning you might have a chance at passing our AV Networking Knowledge quiz.

Test your knowledge with this quiz of AV keywords and concepts that an installer “in the know” should be sure they know!

There are six questions, including a bonus question. If you truly grasp the AV networking keywords and concepts that advanced system designers and installers need to understand, you should have no problem.

Let’s find out.

Take the AV Networking Knowledge Test Now

AV Networking Knowledge: How Did You Do?

[related]Whether you demonstrated a command of AV Networking tech terms and acronyms or you now realize you desperately need to brush up, the challenge is to stay current.

Hall Research —  a leader in the design and manufacture of Video over CATx, matrix switchers, scaling and automation products — helped us create this quiz for an audience of AV professionals.

Hall Research also offers an outstanding place to start in any quest to stay current when it comes to AV networking terms.

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