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It describes the general packet format, data flow management and connection management for audio-visual data, and also the general transmission rules for control commands. It defines a transmission protocol for audio-visual data and control commands which provides for the interconnection of digital audio and video equipment, using IEEE This third edition of IEC cancels and replaces the second edition, published in and it constitutes a technical revision.
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Le contenu technique des publications de la CEI est constamment revu. Il contient plus de 30 Disponible en ligne et aussi une fois par mois par email. Figure 1 — Configuration ROM Figure 2 — Isochronous packet Figure 3 — CIP header Figure 4 — Model of transmission of source packets Figure 6 — Source packet header format Figure 7 — Plug and PR usage Figure 8 — Connections Figure 9 — Plug state diagram Figure 10 — oMPR format Figure 11 — iMPR format Figure 12 — oPCR format Figure 13 — iPCR format Figure 14 — PCR address map Figure 15 — Point-to-point and broadcast connection counter modifications Figure 16 — Establishing a point-to-point connection Figure 17 — Overlaying a point-to-point connection Figure 18 — Breaking a point-to-point connection Figure 19 — Establishing a broadcast-out connection Figure 20 — Overlaying a broadcast-out connection Figure 21 — Breaking a broadcast-out connection Figure 22 — Establishing a broadcast-in connection Figure 23 — Overlaying a broadcast-in connection Figure 24 — Breaking a broadcast-in connection Figure 25 — Time chart of connection management and PCR activities Figure 26 — Restoring a point-to-point connection Figure 27 — Restoring a broadcast-out connection Figure 28 — Restoring a broadcast-in connection Figure 29 — Command register and response register Figure 32 — FCP frame structure Figure 33 — Vendor unique frame format Table 2 — Code allocation of FN Table 3 — Time stamp field of source packet header Table 4 — Placing of data block sequence Table 5 — Code allocation of FMT Table 6 — Time stamp of SYT field The object of IEC is to promote.
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IEC gives guidance on current practice for the characteristics of multimedia analogue interfaces to achieve interoperability between equipment from different manufacturers. It is not a performance standard. Recommendations for interfaces for equipment used in vehicles, and for analogue vid IEC E describes a protocol for the transmission of audio and music data employing IEEE and specifies essential requirements for the application of the protocol.
This standard deals only with the transmission of audio and music data. The control, status and machine-readable description of these modules or devices should be d It describes the specifications for the IEEE packet, the CIP header for and television systems, and the transmission timing.
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