Re: Writing an IEEE 802.1BA (AVB) compliant network backend, for Jack2
i think we should met at the LAC2011, i already participate :-)
maybe we should announce a short presentation with intensive
discussion on that?
i could present my bachelor thesis presentation...
we could use a AVB mailing list for linux applications?
AVB needs special switches with respect to time sensitive forwarding
and queueing, MAC multicasting, mac stream reservation...
i want to participate in opensource projects and i think that is the
only way software developers should go.
so i want to use open standards and no properiterians...
i love jack (Thank you Paul!)
and i see i lot of potential building complet digital studio
applications using jack and its environment, supported with avb
PTP BY BARTKY:
Yes, ptpv2d will run with standard PC hardware under Linux.
You will not get as good of a time resolution/accuracy as you
can in systems
that have hardware timestamping of PTP packets, but you still
can use it on
a PC and you can get accuracy down in the Microsecond resolution
on a local