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Enhancing End-User Capabilities in High Speed Audio Networks
Firewire is a digital network technology that can be used to interconnect professional audio equipment, PCs and electronic devices. The Plural Node Architecture splits connection management of firewire audio devices between two nodes, namely an Enabler and a Transporter. The Audio Engineering Society’s SC-02-12-G Task Group has produced an Open Generic Transporter guideline document which describes a generic interface between the Enabler and Transporter. A client-server implementation above the Plural Node Architecture allows connection management of firewire audio devices via TCP/IP. This paper describes enhancements made to connection management applications as a result of additional capabilities revealed by the Open Generic Transporter document.
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