Audio Network Development:
Developing Products Featuring AES67 Network Connectivity
May 2016 - Joao Martins - Audioxpress
audioXpress continues to explore the options for audio networking development and implementation in new audio products, one of the most exciting technology developments this industry has seen in many years. Following Audinate’s Dante and RAVENNA, we will now focus on AES67 implementation, the high-performance streaming Audio-over-IP (AoIP) interoperability standard.
“Manufacturers working on their implementations have the freedom to add features as required by their applications (i.e., Merging Technologies uses RAVENNA technology to interconnect their high-end recording devices with DXD/DSD at 384 kHz). Everybody interested in adopting the DSD/ DXD processing capabilities may of course get in touch with Merging and check for business opportunities. Other suppliers of RAVENNA IP may also be able to help interested manufacturers in adopting these capabilities (i.e., Coveloz with its BACH design).”
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Audio Network Development: Developing Products Featuring AES67 Network Connectivity - (Part 5)