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Co-ordination Signals in the Professional Digital Audio Interface
This paper describes a method for sending the co-ordination signals used by broadcasters for communicating between programme sources and destinations in the auxiliary words of the professional AES/EBU digital audio interface. CCIR Study Group 10 has adopted the method as a standard, and the changes proposed to the existing CCIR Recommendation will also be described.
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