Introduction

IEEE 1722-2011 was approved as a standard on May 6, 2011

IEEE 1722-2011 defines encapsulations for a variety of media formats and associated synchronization mechanisms

The P1722 working group has been formed to create a revision to IEEE 1722-2011

For questions on the IEEE P1722 Working Group, contact the Working Group Chair, Dave Olsen.

The P1722 Working Group Vice-Chair is Matthew Xavier Mora.

The P1722 Working Group Editors are Jeff Koftinoff and Aaron Gelter.

The IEEE P1722.1 Working Group is defining an upper layer Discovery, Enumeration, Connection and Control standard

For questions on the IEEE P1722.1 Working Group, contact the Working Group Chair, Matthew Xavier Mora.

Contributions

For a list of contributed presentations, click here.

For the latest draft of P1722, click here.

For the last changebar draft of P1722, click here.

For the 1722 private area, click here.

For the IEEE Std. 1722 drafts area, click here.

Email reflector

For information on joining (or leaving) the AVB Transport Protocol Working Group email reflector, click here.

The AVBTP email archive can be accessed here.

Meeting Information



  • The P1722 Working Group holds weekly phone conferences on Mondays at 11:00 a.m. Pacific/Los Angeles time.

    Phone bridge: +1-877-909-2019 or +1-847-593-2019, Meeting ID: 804 186 909



  • The IEEE P1722 and P1722.1 Working Groups will hold a face-to-face meeting on Mon/Tues December 9th and 10th 2014.

    Meetings will be located at:

    Apple Computer
    1 Infinite Loop
    Cupertino, CA 95014


    Special Instructions (e.g. parking, check-in with front desk):

    No specific instructions



    Hotel Recommendations:

    No specific recommendation


    Airport:
    Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)


    Sponsor:
    The F2F is being sponsored by Apple Computers


    Please RSVP to, Dave Olsen

    Send requests for p1722 presentation time to David Olsen
    Send requests for p1722.1 presentation time to Matt Mora

AVB

More information on Audio/Video Bridging (AVB) can be found at the AVB Working Group website.

IEEE Patent Policy

IEEE Patent Policies for required committee use in .pdf and .ppt formats.

The P1722 Working Group Policies and Procedures can be found here.