Software Defined Video over Ethernet (SDVoE) is a powerful, software-based AV-over-IP platform for controlling and distributing audiovisual systems over Ethernet networks. Via SDVoE, uncompressed video in 4K standard, audio, control signals and data can be transmitted at a data rate of 1 Gbit/s.
In terms of transmission, SDVoE, unlike HDBaseT transmission, can be done over standard Ethernet switches, which gives the systems high flexibility and scalability and makes them much more cost-effective than HDBaseT. This is due to the fact that HDBaseT requires video matrix switches, which are more expensive, and the Ethernet ports on traditional Ethernet switches
and can act as both AV input ports and AV output ports.SDVoE is an AV-over-IP standard that supports all seven layers of the OSI reference model
It uses Ethernet, TCP/IP and, with the IGMP protocol, group communication. In addition, it has flexible and powerful audio-visual signal transmission and signal control. The network required for SDVoE is 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE). The cabling system must meet category 6A and link class AE. Cabling with twisted and shielded wires conforming to 10GBase-T
Key specifications for SDVoE technology include zero-latency AV transmission with sub-100 µs latency, simple interfaces
forAV system tasks such as routing
, scaling, aspect ratio adjustment, audio downsizing, transmission of 4K video, HDMI video transmissions, and multi-channel audio. The SDVoE platform is ideal for programmers and software engineers to analyze customer needs and develop new applications.