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  1. 1. IPTV at CEA CEA IPTV Oversight & Coordination Committee (OCC) Ed Barrett TC100 TA4 TAM & TA9 TAM IEC TC 100 2005-05-17
  2. 2. Scope of work Identify needed standards enabling interoperability of CE devices in the home with IPTV services using a national standardized interface. Coordinate development of those standards by creating work requests to standards formulating committees / groups within CEA and external to CEA. Monitor development of those standards including: • provide technical advice & guidance to formulating committee(s) • review draft standard to ensure it meets original work request intent • ensure timely development of necessary standards; and communicate with outside organizations to ensure necessary information exchange. o Note that the OCC has a limited scope and is not writing standards IEC TC 100 2005-05-17
  3. 3. Areas for consideration o QoS o Media Formats o DRM o Diagnostics o IPTV profiles o Emergency Alerts, closed captioning and V-chip o Conformity Assessment IEC TC 100 2005-05-17
  4. 4. CEA IPTV Formal Liaisons o ARIB – Association of Radio Industries and Business o ATIS - IPTV Interoperability Forum (ATIS IIF) o ITU-T - IPTV Focus Group (IPTV FG) o DLNA - Technical Committee o DVB – Commercial Home Networking Group (DVB-CM-HN) o HANA – The High-Definition Audio-Video Network Alliance IEC TC 100 2005-05-17
  5. 5. OCC recommended formats o Video Formats o MPEG, AVC, VC-1 o Audio Formats a) MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (ISO/IEC 11172-3) b) MPEG-1 Audio Layer III (ISO/IEC 11172-3) aka “mp3” c) AAC-LC (ISO/IEC 13818-7 or ISO/IEC 14496-3) d) HE-AAC (ISO/IEC 13818-7 or ISO/IEC 14496-3) e) AC-3 (ATSC Standard A/52A) aka Dolby Digital (Note: Constraints differ between ATSC A/53E), DVD and DVB) f) Enhanced AC-3 (Dolby Digital Plus g) WMA-9 Std h)WMA-9 Pro IEC TC 100 2005-05-17
  6. 6. CEA Roadmap report o http://www.ce.org/Resource.aspx?ID=2553 o This report is widely circulated for public comment from all parties and may be distributed without constraint. o Comments due by 15 June 2007 Table of contents to follow: IEC TC 100 2005-05-17
  7. 7. OCC Report Contents Executive Summary 1 Introduction 2 Suggested Media Formats 3 U.S. Home Network QoS Overview.. 4 Private Data Carriage Strawman 5 Public Services—Strawman 6 DRM - Strawman 7 Roadmap Matrix 8 OCC Committee Recommendations 9 OCC’s Specific Request of TSC / Closing IEC TC 100 2005-05-17
  8. 8. OCC report Annex Annex A Committee Glossary and Definitions Annex B Criteria for References Cited Annex C Suggested Media Formats Annex D U.S. Home Network QoS Overview Annex E Private Data Strawman Annex F Public Services Strawman Annex G AT&T DRM Strawman Annex H Updated Roadmap Matrix Annex I Liaison Communications Summary Annex J July 2006 OCC Report to TSC IEC TC 100 2005-05-17
  9. 9. OCC directions o At the end of the 3 month “comment period” use the prior monthly OCC meetings, input from liaisons, TSC, and other key stakeholders to determine the appropriate “next steps” for OCC. Such determinations should be completed and provided to the TSC in advance of its next face-to-face meeting scheduled for October 2007. The “next steps” determination might conclude: 1) Since OCC may have determined all the correct Standards groups to close the remaining gaps and that OCC should be disbanded. OR 2) There are still critical areas where OCC direction or further survey work is desirable. i) In which case an appropriate scope to focus on those critical work items would be created to guide OCC activities for the next six month period as authorized by the TSC. ii) Any future OCC direction should include a frank appraisal of the resources OCC participating companies are willing to contribute to support the identified work items. IEC TC 100 2005-05-17

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