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CTS-D Certified Technology Specialist Design Exam Guide
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Table of Contents

Part I: The Certified Technology Specialist-Design
Chapter 1: What is a Certified Technology Specialist-Design?
Chapter 2: The CTS-D Exam
Part II: Environment
Chapter 3: Communicating Design Intent
Chapter 4: Ergonomics in AV Design
Chapter 5: Visual Principles of Design
Chapter 6: Audio Principles of Design
Part III: Infrastructure
Chapter 7: Communicating With Allied Trades
Chapter 8: Lighting Specifications
Chapter 9: Structural and Mechanical Considerations
Chapter 10: Specifying Electrical Infrastructure
Chapter 11: Elements of Acoustics
Part IV: Applied Design
Chapter 12: Digital Signals
Chapter 13: Digital Video Design
Chapter 14: Audio Design
Chapter 15: Control Requirements
Chapter 16: Networking for AV
Chapter 17: Streaming Design
Chapter 18: Security for Networked AV Applications
Chapter 19: Conducting Project Implementation Activities
Part V: Appendices
Appendix A: Math Formulas Used in AV Design
Appendix B: InfoComm Standards
Appendix C: Video References
Appendix D: Glossary
Appendix E: About the CD

About the Author

Brad Grimes (Boyds, MD) is Senior Writer/Editor for InfoComm International, an Adjunct Faculty member of InfoComm University, and the former Editor of Pro AV magazine. He has been writing about technology for more than 20 years, including positions covering IT for Ziff Davis, International Data Group, and Post Newsweek Tech Media (now 1105 Government Information Group). He continues to author articles and white papers on everything from video communications to cloud computing. His work has been recognized by the American Business Media, the American Society of Business Publication Editors, and the American Society of Magazine Editors. InfoComm International is the trade association representing the professional audiovisual and information communications industries worldwide. From offices around the world, InfoComm serves its members and the industry through: Education, including technical and business courses, in the classroom and online, resources, such as AV standards, thought pieces and market research, and through events, including local roundtables and international trade shows. Established in 1939, InfoComm has more than 5,000 members, including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, independent consultants, programmers, rental and staging companies, end-users and multimedia professionals from more than 80 countries.

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