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AES-R15-2015 (s2018): Standards project report - AES67 Interoperability PlugFest - Washington 2015

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AES-R15-2015 (s2018): Standards project report - AES67 Interoperability PlugFest - Washington 2015
Printing Date: 2016-01-02
Publication History: Published: 2015; Stabilized: 2018
Abstract: This report summarizes the AES67 interoperability test event ("plugfest") held at the headquarters of National Public Radio (NPR), Washington DC on 2 to 5 November 2015. Eleven companies tested 13 products against each other to confirm interoperability. The results are presented, together with the results of a range of tests of optional operational modes described in the standard.

The purpose of this interoperability test was to demonstrate functional compatibility - interoperability - between a number of different implementations of the standard AES67-2015, "AES standard for audio applications of networks - High-performance streaming audio-over-IP interoperability". They were not intended to be exhaustive compliance tests.

This report follows the same pattern as the AES-R12 report of the 2014 AES67 plugfest, held in Munich (see AES-R12-2014).
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