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BS EN 62295:2009 Multimedia systems. Common communication protocol for inter-connectivity on heterogeneous networks

BS EN 62295:2009

Multimedia systems. Common communication protocol for inter-connectivity on heterogeneous networks

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Standard number:BS EN 62295:2009
Pages:68
Released:2011-07-31
ISBN:978 0 580 76114 0
Status:Standard
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BS EN 62295:2009


This standard BS EN 62295:2009 Multimedia systems. Common communication protocol for inter-connectivity on heterogeneous networks is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 33.160.60 Multimedia systems and teleconferencing equipment
  • 35.100.05 Multilayer applications
  • 33.040.40 Data communication networks
  • 35.110 Networking
  • 33.160.01 Audio, video and audiovisual systems in general
IEC 62295:2007 specifies the common communication protocol (CCP) layer that is capable of providing interoperability and interconnectivity between heterogeneous network technologies, as well as the basic data transmission scheme between devices linked to heterogeneous networks through the CCP layer. The standard also specifies the packet structure in the CCP layer and the common addressing scheme that can be understood among heterogeneous devices. Furthermore, there are specifications regarding protocols capable of providing diverse home network applications through the CCP layer such as:
- the home network management protocol (HNMP),
- universal home control protocol (UHCP),
- home multimedia service protocol (HMSP) and
- home data service protocol (HDSP). This bilingual version (2012-08) corresponds to the monolingual English version, published in 2007-11.