Audio vendors released a slew of new products at this year’s NAB Show, especially IP-enabled gear, perhaps due to the boost given to the AES67 streaming interoperability standard by its inclusion in SMPTE’s ST 2110 standards suite, which is moving quickly towards publication.
The DTV switchover in the U.S. put the 700 MHz band largely out of bounds for many wireless audio product users.
Advance product introduction news from companies exhibiting at this year’s NAB Show indicates that audio-over-IP networking is becoming ever more ubiquitous.
How video equipment manufacturers implement AES67 for audio transport
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The one constant in the broadcast industry, despite its reputation for being staid and conservative, increasingly seems to be change these days. The growing momentum behind the adoption of IP networking and transports is accelerating the rate of that change, and manufacturers of certain products are beginning to feel the pressure.
At this year’s NAB Show the march toward full AoIP connectivity and interoperability continued apace, with products offering one or more flavors of networking, including AES67 compliance, popping up everywhere.
The momentum behind IP network adoption, buoyed by the recent publication of the latest AES67 standard, has inspired a variety of added features or entirely new products at this year’s NAB Show.
AES67 may not be as comprehensively functional as other currently available audio networking protocols. Nevertheless, it offers a standardized method by which equipment can share signals, alongside those other networking protocols as well as transports such as AES3 and AES10, otherwise known as MADI.
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