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Audio Networks: Now We're Talking!

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[Feature] Networks are increasingly used to transfer audio data, instead of using dedicated audio interfaces. Open IP-based protocols are one possible solution, provided that interoperability issues can be tackled successfully. The AES-X192 project builds on that approach. On the other hand, the AVnu Alliance has been set up to certify interoperability between devices that work using the AVB standard, which currently operates at a lower level in the network hierarchy. New business opportunities exist in both domains.

JAES Volume 61 Issue 3 pp. 149-152; March 2013
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