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Creating interoperability between two standards-based network technologies, IEEE 1394 Firewire and Ethernet Audio/Video Bridging (AVB), allows them to exist simultaneously in a single application configuration. While both technologies provide the transport of synchronized, low-latency, real-time audio and video data, they have different approaches to enabling this transport. By using a compatible audio gateway with a common control protocol, audio devices on these disparate networks can be connected and controlled.
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