802 and Audio Video Bridging - Time Sensitive Network capability RRS feed

  • Question

  • Has anyone heard if, or more than likely when,  Windows will have support for the IEEE 802 spec for audio video bridging - time sensitive network?   Millions of PC's now have the intel devices (201 chipset I beleive) that support this spec.  I understand however that this is not indicative of the user community who would want to use the power of this specification.  

    Audio equipment developers such as Avid, Motu and presonus have hardware that support it.     

    Thank you and take care all..


    Monday, October 24, 2016 4:42 PM

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  • Hi AVBWonderer,

    According to my research, "Audio Video Bridging " is a set of IEEE standards for transporting audio and other real-time content over Ethernet. At present, I haven`t got any documents that this standard will be supported by Windows system. You could try to use the "Feedback" hub to submit this need.

    Best regards

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    Tuesday, October 25, 2016 3:14 AM