Superseded Standard

IEEE 1722.1-2013

IEEE Standard for Device Discovery, Connection Management, and Control Protocol for IEEE 1722(TM) Based Devices

This standard specifies the protocol, device discovery, connection management and device control procedures used to facilitate interoperability between audio and video based End Stations that use IEEE 1722 based Streams on IEEE 802(R) based networks.

Standards Committee
C/MSC - Microprocessor Standards Committee
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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2009-09-11
Superseded by
1722.1-2021
Corrigendum
1722.1-2013/Cor 1-2018
Board Approval
2013-08-23
History
Published:
2013-10-10

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Standards Committee
C/MSC - Microprocessor Standards Committee
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Working Group
P1722.1 - IEEE Standard Device Discovery, Connection Management and Control Protocol for P1722 based devices
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IEEE Program Manager
Tom Thompson
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Working Group Chair
Richard Bugg

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1722.1-2021

IEEE Standard for Device Discovery, Connection Management, and Control Protocol for Time-Sensitive Networking System

This standard specifies the protocol, device discovery, connection management and device control procedures used to facilitate interoperability between audio and video based End Stations that use IEEE 1722 based Streams on IEEE 802 based networks.

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1722.1-2013/Cor 1-2018

IEEE Standard for Device Discovery, Connection Management, and Control Protocol for IEEE 1722(TM) Based Devices - Corrigendum 1:Technical and Editorial Corrections

Technical and editorial corrections are provided by this corrigendum to IEEE Std 1722.1-2013.

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