NOTE: This event takes place at 490 Cory Hall

A Swarm Lab and TerraSwarm Research Center seminar:

Audio Video Bridging and Time Sensitive Networks for Real Time Media and Control
Jeff Koftinoff, Meyer Sound

The new ethernet standards bring real time capabilities to networking. Jeff will present an overview of the collection of AVB standards IEEE Std 802.1AS-2011 (gPTP), IEEE Std 802.1Q-2011 (FQTSS and SRP), IEEE Std 1722-2011 (AVTP), and IEEE Std 1722.1-2013 (AVDECC) with focus on the newly ratified AVDECC protocol for discovery, enumeration, connection management, and control.

There will be explanations of how these protocols work together to create a cohesive real time media network without needing any proprietary tech­nologies.

Additional discussion will cover new work being done in the IEEE Time Sensitive Networking group and the IEEE P1722A group to provide real time control streams and their use cases.

About the speaker:
Jeff has been active in the pro music and sound industry since 1986, with a focus on live performance control systems and audio signal pro­cessing systems. Jeff is one of the designers of the LCS series LD-88 and Matrix3 matrix processing products as well as the Meyer Sound Galileo loudspeaker management and the D-Mitri audio processing platform. Jeff has been directly involved with the IEEE Audio Video Bridging standards development effort since 2009 and is currently an editor for the next amendment to the AVB Audio Video Transport Protocol, IEEE P1722a, as well as an editor for the IEEE Std 1722.1-2013, the AVB “Discovery, Enu­meration, Connection Management, and Control” protocol also known as AVDECC.

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Thursday, September 12, 2013, 8:30pm to 10:00pm