Connecting A/V equipment with Ethernet.

Broadcom doesn’t have the device based on the draft standard to market yet, but it won’t be long.

Shortly thereafter, look for monster cable to produce an over-engineered and suitably over-priced cat5e cable for the discerning audiophile.

Ethernet Bridge Technology helps connect AV equipment., Broadcom Corp.

This transition creates an opportunity for equipment manufacturers to reduce the wide array of interfaces in use today to a few proven easy-to-use technologies that are relatively inexpensive. In support of this trend, the IEEE 802.1 AVB draft standard will ultimately enable a single Ethernet cable to replace the variety of cables that are now used to connect audio and video equipment.

Published in: on April 16, 2009 at 1:13 pm  Leave a Comment  

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