Networked audio systems can be simply defined as a connection of IT and professional audio. Nowadays, we can use protocols developed by IT specialists to ensure system recovery without human intervention. There is a possibility to improve the recovery time of the system after failure by optimizing the protocols responsible for network redundancy. The paper is a summary of research completed at Wroclaw University of Technology in May 2011. It contains guidelines on how to optimize the network redundancy in order to achieve the best results.
Kowalski, Damian; Kozlowski, Piotr Z.
Affiliation: Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland
AES Convention: 132 (April 2012) Paper Number: 8608
Publication Date: April 26, 2012
Subject: Multimodal Apps and Broadcast
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