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BS EN 50585:2014 Communications protocol to transport satellite delivered signals over IP networks

BS EN 50585:2014

Communications protocol to transport satellite delivered signals over IP networks

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Standard number:BS EN 50585:2014
Pages:82
Released:2014-06-30
ISBN:978 0 580 82994 9
Status:Standard
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BS EN 50585:2014


This standard BS EN 50585:2014 Communications protocol to transport satellite delivered signals over IP networks is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 33.170 Television and radio broadcasting
This European Standard describes the SAT>IP communication protocol. It enables a SAT>IP server to forward satellite delivered signals to SAT>IP clients over IP networks. The typical use case would be the transport of television programs that were received from the satellite by the SAT>IP server to the SAT>IP client via the IP network. SAT>IP specifies a control protocol as well as the media transport (Figure 1). SAT>IP is not a device specification. The SAT>IP protocol distinguishes between SAT>IP clients and SAT>IP servers. SAT>IP Clients SAT>IP clients may reside in set-top boxes equipped with an IP interface or may be implemented as software applications running on programmable hardware such as Tablets, PCs, Smartphones, Connected Televisions. SAT>IP Servers SAT>IP servers may take various forms ranging from large MDU headends servicing whole buildings or communities to in-home IP multiswitches to simple IP adapters for a set-top box to, ultimately, IP LNBs. Actual devices may be clients or servers or both depending on their feature set.