AES67

AES67

(Audio Engineering Society 67) A compatibility standard from the Audio Engineering Society (AES) for low-latency audio over IP (AoIP). Introduced in 2013, AES67 supports the RTP protocol and a digital resolution of 44.1 kHz with 16-bit samples and latency less than 10 milliseconds. See AoIP.
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Integrated into a NEXUS network, AVATUS has access to almost unlimited input and output resources of any format and supports all relevant standards -- SMPTE 2110, AES67, RAVENNA and DANTE.
WheatNet-IP is a complete AoIP infrastructure that includes AES67 compatibility.
Available in 8-port, 24-port and 48-port models, these Dell EMC network switches provide real-time transport of Q-SYS AV&C, as well as AES67 and Dante audio streams simultaneously within the same VLAN, all without the need to manually configure the network switch or end points.
The IP Link 200A is designed to allow broadcasters to interconnect studios and remote locations, including transmitter sites, using the AES67 standard and any of today's encoding algorithms across wide-area IP networks.
TR-03 itself is composed of a number of existing standards: RFC 4175 for video, AES67 for uncompressed audio, and SMPTE 2059 for clock synchronization.
The Lawo AES67 Stream Monitor, a new software product for Windows PCs, will be shown for the first time at IBC 2019.
More than 50 manufacturers and eight standards bodies and trade organisations are demonstrating the benefits and practicality of transitioning to IP workflows using the SMPTE ST 2110 suite of standards, as well as the AES67 and AMWA NMOS specifications.
Designed for centralized control and maximum interconnectivity, Ascent is compliant with the AES67 standard, today's leading AoIP networking solutions, and most Intraplex Audio over IP codecs.
A bunch of far-sighted manufacturers ventured into IP with open environments in mind and actively contributed to the development of standards like RAVENNA, AES67 and Ember+ for interoperability; SMPTE 2110 for the accurate transmission of audio, video, control and timing data; and SMPTE 2022-7 for redundant operation.
The MPA1-MIX-DANTE and MPA1-SOLO-DANTE confidence audio monitors now support AES67 audio as part of SMPTE 2110, making them suitable for monitoring Dante and AES67 audio.