The protocol, data encapsulations, and presentation time procedures used to ensure interoperability between audio- and video-based end stations that use standard networking services provided by all IEEE 802 networks meeting quality-of-service requirements for time-sensitive applications by leveraging concepts of IEC 61883 are specified in this standard.
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Standard for a Transport Protocol for Time-Sensitive Applications in Bridged Local Area Networks u2013 Amendment: New and Extended Streaming Formats
This project specifies extensions to IEEE Std 1722 to add support for ITU-T (Telecommunication Standardization Sector of ITU) Recommendation H.265 v7 (11/2019) - High efficiency video coding and AOMedia Video 1 video compression format (AV1), and a new audio format that supports temporal redundancy. This project improves the Clock Reference Stream (CRS) format, enlarges the Audio/Video Transport Protocol (AVTP) sequence number, improves the CAN (Controller Area Network) and LIN (Local Interconnect Network) formats, improves support for tracking grandmaster changes, supports longer presentation time intervals, clarifies clock stability indicators, and provides guidance on how to handle out-of-order arrival of AVTP Protocol Data Unit (PDUs).
IEEE Standard for a Transport Protocol for Time-Sensitive Applications in Bridged Local Area Networks
The protocol, device discovery, connection management, and device-control procedures used to facilitate interoperability between audio- and video-based end stations that use IEEE 1722u2013based streams on IEEE 802u2013based networks are specified.
IEEE Approved Draft Standard for a Transport Protocol for Time Sensitive Applications in a Bridged Local Area Network- Corrigendum 1
Correct additional fields text in AES3 Stream Format section of Annex I. (NOTE: This corrigendum was not published as a separate document, but was incorporated in IEEE Std 1722-2016)