STANDARDS-BASED AUDIO NETWORKS USING IEEE 802.1 AVB

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Thursday, October 2, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Presenters - Michael Johas Teener, Broadcom Corporation; Robert Boatright, Harman Int'l; Matthew Xavier Mora, Apple. Recent work by IEEE 802 working groups will allow vendors to build a standards-based network with high-quality service for professional audio performance and production. These new standards provide three major enhancements for 802-based networks: 1. Precise timing to support low-jitter media clocks and accurate synchronization of multiple streams; 2. A simple reservation protocol; 3. Queuing and forwarding rules. This Tutorial will detail these developments.

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