ATDECC

AVB/TSN Discovery, Enumeration, Connection management and Control

IEEE P1722.1 work group develops the standard that facilitates interoperability between systems that stream time-sensitive media and data across local area networks which provide time synchronization and latency/bandwidth services. The standard specifies the protocol, device discovery, connection management, and device control procedures used to facilitate interoperability between systems that use IEEE 802 time sensitive networking standards.

IEEE Std. 1722.1-2013 was approved for publication in 2013

For questions regarding the P1722.1 working group, please contact the working group chair, Ashley Butterworth

The primary forum for working group communication is the email reflector. Instructions for joining the reflector are here.

ATDECC is formerly known as AVDECC (Audio Video Discovery, Enumeration, Connection management and Control). The working group decided to change the name to be more inclusive of other applications beyond audio and video.

Projects

The working group is currently working on two documents. A corrigendum to IEEE 1722.1-2013 to fix technical and editorial issues and a revision of 1722.1 to expand support for more devices and applications.

IEEE P1722.1-2013 Cor1

This corrigendum provides technical and editorial corrections to the IEEE 1722.1-2013 standard. The P1722.1-2013 Cor1 PAR is available from IEEE.

P1722.1-2013 Cor1 is completing sponsor ballot

The latest draft (D8) is available to working group members in the private area.

IEEE P1722.1 REV1

This revision to the IEEE 1722.1-2013 standard is expanding support to cover more types devices on the network, including network infrastructure, and applications beyond audio and video.

The P1722.1 REV PAR is available from IEEE.

We are still early in the development process for the revision. Input on additional features, issues and corrections are welcome and encouraged.

Working Group Officers

Position Name
Chair Ashley Butterworth
Vice-Chair Michael Johas Teener
Secretary Don Pannell
Working Group Editors Ashley Butterworth and Jeff Koftinoff

The P1722.1 working group holds both weekly conference calls and bimonthly face-to-face meetings.

Please send requests for presentation time to Ashley Butterworth

All meetings are subject to the IEEE Patent Policies.

Conference Calls

The P1722 and P1722.1 working groups hold conjoint weekly phone conferences on Mondays at 10:00am Pacific time.

WebEx Link WebEx
Phone Bridge +1-866-639-3240 (Toll Free US) or +1-408-217-6262 (US). Global Phone Numbers
Audio Passcode 417 663 4996

Face to Face

The P1722 and P1722.1 working groups typically hold face-to-face meetings in February, April, June, August and October. We optionally hold a meeting in December if there is pressing work.

The next face-to-face meeting will be held in February 2017. The meeting date and location are yet to be determined.

Contributions

Private

Private documents are only available to working group members. If you don't have access or have forgotten the password please email the working group chair.

The AVBTP-DECC list server distributes emails to the P1722.1 working group participants. The ability to post messages to the reflector is limited to list subscribers.

There are 2 ways to manage your subscription to the mailing list, either via the email instructions below or by accessing the listserve page

Accessing the reflector

The mailing list admin should be contacted for any issues or to report problems.

Subscribing

To subscribe to the email reflector send an email to avbtp-decc-request@listserv.ieee.org with the following text in the body of the message:

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Unsubscribing

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