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    SMPTE ST 2022: Moving Serial Interfaces (ASI & SDI) to IP

    August 17, 2017 12:00 AM

    SMPTE ST 2022: Moving Serial Interfaces (ASI & SDI) to IP

    Thursday, 17 August 2017

    1:00 PM EDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 17:00 UTC / 18:00 BST

    The SMPTE ST 2022 suite of standards provides a reliable way of using IP to transmit signals that were traditionally sent over serial interfaces. ST 2022-2, -3, and -4 carry MPEG-2 transport streams over IP rather than the asynchronous serial interface (ASI) conventionally used for carriage. ST 2022-6 carries uncompressed video and ancillary data typically found on serial digital interfaces (SDI). ST 2022-1 and 2022-5 provide forward error correction (FEC) for those signals, and ST 2022-7 provides for a seamless protection system using packet redundancy. This webcast will review this suite of standards, including format descriptions and typical use cases.

    Guest Speaker

    Thomas_Edwards_wc_2017Thomas Edwards is Vice President, Engineering & Development at FOX Network Engineering & Operations, where he works on advanced technology projects such as mobile DTV, 3D, and the FOX network satellite distribution system.  Previous to joining FOX in 2007, he was Senior Manager, Interconnection Engineering for the PBS Interconnection Replacement Office, where he was responsible for the engineering planning of the PBS Next Generation Interconnection System (NGIS).  He also has had significant experience with streaming media production and delivery at the Internet service provider DIGEX and the IP-over-satellite company Cidera.  Edwards has contributed to the Report of the SMPTE Task Force on 3D to the Home and the NAB Engineering Handbook.  He holds a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, and is a member of IEEE and SMPTE.