Status of Active Consumer Technology Association Projects

These are the projects that are currently active within CTA’s standards committees. Anyone, except a member of the press, is eligible to join a CTA standards committee. For members of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) there is no charge to participate in CTA standards activities. For companies or individuals who are not members of CTA there is an annual fee for participation in CTA standards activities. Please see "How to Join" for more details.

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Last updated: August 23, 2017


R3 Audio Systems

CTA's Audio Systems Committee produces standards for consumer audio equipment. All are encouraged to join the Audio Systems Committee and get involved in its activities. The Audio Systems Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users") who acquire audio products from those who create them, and in adding new members who neither produce nor use audio products, such as regulators, associations, and others (called members with a "general interest".
 
WG1 ANSI/CTA-490-B Test Methods of Measurement for Audio Amplifiers
Summary:
WG1 is working on a revision to CTA-490-A R-2008, which defines test conditions and test measurement procedures for determining various performance characteristics of single-channel and multi-channel power amplifiers, pre-amplifiers, integrated amplifiers, receivers, and tuner/pre-amplifiers that use AC mains power. These performance characteristics include power output, total harmonic distortion (THD), and sensitivity, among others.
*NOTE: Seeking individuals and companies who sell, install or use audio products so that we have balanced input for our standards activities (participants with a general interest and users who acquire audio products from those who create them are needed).

 

Started: 11/13/13 (by co-chairs, R3 approval 12/18/13)
PINS filed: 11/22/13
Status: Work on hold. Work pending completion of CTA-2054.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2054 Specifications for Selecting an Amplifier for Use with a Loudspeaker System
Summary: CTA-2054 will outline the performance attributes of a power amplifier in order to allow consumers / end-users to easily determine if a given amplifier is compatible with a given loudspeaker system.

 

Started: 12/02/14
PINS filed: 12/11/14
Status: In progress.

 

WG2 ANSI/CTA-2006-C Testing & Measurement Methods for Mobile Audio Amplifiers
Summary: WG2 is working on a revision to ANSI/CTA-2006-B. This standard defines characteristics that, considered collectively, describe the performance of power amplifiers designed for use in mobile applications.

 

Started: 10/18/12
PINS filed: 10/26/12
Status:In progress.

 


R4 Video Systems

CTA's Video Systems Committee produces standards for television video technologies. All are encouraged to join the Video Systems Committee and get involved in its activities. The Video Systems Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users") who acquire video products from those who create them.

 
WG13 ANSI/CTA-2037-B

Determination of Television Average Power Consumption
Summary: R4 WG 13 is revising ANSI/CTA-2037-A, which is a standard that defines a method for measuring television average power consumption.

Started: 7/27/17
PINS Files: 7/27/17
Status: In progress

 

WG18 CTA-CEB32

Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, Overview
Summary: This recommended practice gives a high-level overview of recommended and optional items for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets.

Started: 12/19/16
Status: In progress

 

WG18 CTA-CEB32.1

Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, System Integration
Summary:WG18 is working to develop a recommended practice for system integration for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets.

Started: 12/19/16
Status: In progress

 

WG18 CTA-CEB32.2

Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, Physical Layer
Summary:WG18 is working to develop a recommended practice covering physical layer recommendation for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets.

Started: 12/19/16
Status: In progress

 

WG18 CTA-CEB32.3

Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, Logical Layer
Summary:WG18 is working to develop a recommended practice covering the link and logical layers for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets.

Started: 12/19/16
Status: In progress

 

WG18 CTA-CEB32.4

Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, Video
Summary:WG18 is working to develop a recommended practice for video for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets.

Started: 11/04/16
CPP: 4/21/17
Status: In progress

 

WG19 ANSI/CTA-2041-A

Standard for Round Tactile Feedback Feature
Summary: R4 is modifying a standard that defines the size, shape and placement of a tactile indicator ("nib") to assist users who are blind or visually impaired in determining the location of numeric keys on handheld remote controls for consumer electronics products.

Started: 5/10/17

PINS filed: 6/26/17
Status: In progress

 

WG20 ANSI/CTA-2066

Streaming Quality of Experience Metrics
Summary: WG20 was recently approved as a new working group with a scope to develop documents addressing streaming media playback quality of experience. Please contact Mark Levine if you are interested in joining this new work activity. R4 is developing a standard that specifies a set of metrics, associated terminology and event and attribute access for representing streaming media quality of experience.

Started: 7/20/16
Status: In progress

 


R4.3 TV Data Systems

CTA's TV Data Systems Subcommittee produces standards for the delivery and presentation of closed captions, program rating information and certain other data delivered to the consumer via television signals. All are encouraged to join the TV Data Systems Subcommittee and get involved in its activities. The TV Data Systems Subcommittee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users") who acquire video products with data systems from those who create them.

 
WG1 CTA-2064 IMSC1 Interoperability
Summary: Analyze ATSC CS/343 Captions and Subtitles and consider developing standards, bulletins or technical reports. Oversee the development of test files conforming to ATSC CS/343, CS/331 and DASH-IF ATSC Profile including corresponding video and audio content as well as DASH MPD and MMT files. Document discrepancies with decoding and presentation on the DASH-IF reference decoder, DASH.js.

 

Started: 5/19/16
Status: In progress.

 

WG12 ANSI-J-STD-070/CTA-2035 R-20XX Emergency Alert Metadata for the Home Network
Summary: ANSI-J-STD-070/CTA-2035/DVS-847 standardizes metadata elements describing emergency alert events to devices in a home network, for applications involving the delivery of Commercial Video Services into the home network. Commercial Video Services are sources of audio/video content provided as live or on-demand streams from a particular service provider. Other standards define emergency alert signaling for digital cable receiving devices (ANSI J-STD-042-A[2]) and for IPTV terminal devices (ATIS-0800012[1]

 

Started: 9/9/14
PINS filed: 12/2/14
Ballot deadline: 10/30/14
Status: CTA (which was then known as CEA) filed the PINS for this joint project. Notification of the PINS filing appeared in ANSI Standards Action on 12/19/14. The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) is managing the review and editing process.

 


R4.8 DTV Interface

CTA's DTV Interface Subcommittee produces standards for RF, analog and digital interfaces that enable connectivity between TV receivers and other consumer devices. All are encouraged to join the DTV Interface Subcommittee and get involved in its activities. The DTV Interface Subcommittee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users") who acquire DTV interface products from those who create them, and in adding new members who neither produce nor use DTV interface products, such as regulators, associations, and others (called members with a "general interest").

 
WG12 CTA-761-B S-201X DTV Remodulator Specification with Enhanced OSD Capability
Summary: CTA-761-B defines minimum specifications for a one-way data path utilizing an 8 VSB trellis or a 16 VSB remodulator in compliance with ATSC A/53E Annex D. CEA-761-B references CEA-799-A for on-screen display (OSD) capabilities.

 

Started: 4/26/17
Pre-vote comment: 4/27/17
Status: In progress

 

WG12 CTA-796-A S-201X NRSS Copy Protection Systems
Summary: CTA-796-A describes National Renewable Security Standard (NRSS) copy protection systems, which are itemized in CTA-796-A for the purpose of identification. The systems outlined in CTA-796-A all support the copy protection frameworks described in CTA-679-C, Parts A and B. R4 is considering stabilizing this standard.

 

Started: 4/26/17
Pre-vote comment: 4/27/17
Status: In progress

 

WG12 CTA-799-A S-201X On Screen Display Specification
Summary: CTA-796-A describes Specifies syntax and semantics for bitmapped graphics data typically used for on-screen display (OSD). CTA-799-A is applicable whenever it is necessary to specify a standard method for delivery of bitmapped graphics data. The pixel formats include optional alpha-blend and transparency attributes to support composition of graphics over analog or digitally decoded video within the display.

 

Started: 4/26/17
Pre-vote comment: 4/27/17
Status: In progress

 

WG7 ANSI/CTA-861.4 Updates to Dynamic HDR Metadata Signaling
Summary: WG7 is currently working on an extension update to ANSI/CTA-861-G to update dynamic HDR metadata signaling o Including support for ICtCp colorimetry.

 

Started: 7/27/17
Status: In progress

 

WG11 ANSI/CTA-2040-A SD Common Card Interface Standard
Summary: CTA-2040 describes interfaces between a Common Interface Module (CI Module) located on a microSD card and a Terminal device. The purpose of this standard is to specify the hardware, signaling, and application interface between a digital consumer electronics device e.g. television receiver (handheld, stationary or otherwise) and a small removable, replaceable CI Module that implements and embodies significant portions of a Conditional Access System (CAS).

 

Started: 5/4/17
PINS File: 5/4/17
Status: This document completed ballot in 2016, but is currently going through the ANSI process.

 

WG12 CTA-CEB-5 S-201X Recommended Practice for DTV Receiver “Monitor” Mode Capability
Summary: CTA-CEB5-B provides recommendations to digital television (DTV) designers and manufacturers concerning a monitor mode capability. CEA-762-A provides minimum specifications for a DTV remodulator.

 

Started: 4/26/17
Pre-vote comment: 4/27/17
Status: In progress

 


R6 Portable, Handheld and In-Vehicle Electronics

CTA's Portable, Handheld and In-Vehicle Electronics Committee produces standards for portable and handheld consumer electronics products, and consumer electronics products used in private and commercial vehicles, boats and aircraft. All are encouraged to join the Portable, Handheld and In-vehicle Electronics Committee and get involved in its activities. The Portable, Handheld and In-vehicle Electronics Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users") who acquire portable, handheld or in-vehicle products from those who create them, and in adding new members who neither produce nor use portable, handheld or in-vehicle electronics products, such as regulators, associations, and others (called members with a "general interest").

 
WG22 ANSI/CTA-2042.3 Methods of Measurement for Efficiency and Standby Power of Wireless Power Systems
Summary: WG3 is developing ANSI/CTA-2042.3. This standard will establish a common method for determining power transfer efficiency and standby power for consumer electronics devices that incorporate wireless power transfer functionality.

 

Started: 2/9/11
PINS filed: 2/2/11
Status: In progress. Moved to R6 WG22 in 2016.

 

WG22 ANSI/CTA-2042.4 System Requirements for Highly Resonant Wireless Power Systems
Summary: WG4 is developing ANSI/CTA-2042.4. This standard will define system requirements for highly resonant wireless power systems. Highly resonant wireless power systems are systems that transfer power wirelessly using magnetic induction, and that require magnetic resonance.

 

Started: 10/24/11
PINS filed: 11/16/11
Status: In progress. Moved to R6 WG22 in 2016. Work on this project has been suspended pending leadership review.

 

WG22 ANSI/CTA-2042.5 System Requirements for Tightly-Coupled Wireless Power Transfer
Summary: WG5 is developing ANSI/CTA-2042.5. This standard will define system requirements for a tightly coupled wireless power system. A tightly coupled wireless power system is an inductive wireless power transfer system with a strong magnetic linkage between the primary and secondary coil.

 

Started: 10/24/11
PINS filed: 11/16/11
Status: In progress. Moved to R6 WG22 in 2016. Work on this project has been suspended pending leadership review.

 

WG23 ANSI/CTA-2067 Small Unmanned Aerial Systems - Remote Identification
Summary: WG23 is developing ANSI/CTA-2067, which is a standard for identifying small unmanned aerial systems with a Remote ID during flight to advance accountability and transparency.

 

Started: 03/02/17
PINS filed: 03/03/17
Status: In progress. WG23.

 

WG24 CTA-2069 Definitions and Characteristics of Augmented and Virtual Reality Technologies
Summary: WG24 is developing CTA-2069, which will define terms related to Augmented and Virtual Reality Technologies. Where appropriate, the document will provide both consumer messaging and industry definition for the terms.

 

Started: 03/28/17
PINS filed: 03/31/17
Status: In progress.
WG24 CTA-2070 Considerations for Viewer Quality Experience of Augmented and Mixed Reality Systems
Summary: WG24 is developing CTA-2070, which will draft a document on Considerations for Viewer Quality Experience of Augmented and Mixed Reality Systems. The scope of the document is to outline best practices for augmented and mixed reality technologies and systems related to quality of experience for end users.

 

Started: 03/28/17
PINS filed: 03/31/17
Status: In progress.
WG24 CTA-2071 Considerations for Viewer Quality Experience of Virtual Reality Systems
Summary: WG24 is developing CTA-2071, which will draft a document on Considerations for Viewer Quality Experience of Virtual Reality Systems. The scope of the document is to outline best practices for virtual reality technologies and systems related to quality of experience for end users.

 

Started: 03/28/17
PINS filed: 03/31/17
Status: In progress.


R6.4 Health Fitness & Wellness

CTA's Health Fitness & Wellness Subcommittee develops standards, recommended practices, and related documentation for consumer health and fitness technology, including fixed, portable and wearable health and fitness devices. All are encouraged to join the Health Fitness & Wellness Subcommittee and get involved in its activities. The Health Fitness & Wellness Subcommittee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users" who acquire health & fitness products from those who create them) as well as those with a general interest.

 
WG1 CTA-2052.2 Methodology of Measurements for Features in Sleep Tracking Consumer Technology Devices and Applications
Summary: This standard will outline sleep feature terminology definitions and recommended performance requirements for wearable sleep monitoring consumer products.

 

Started: 5/23/14
PINS Filed: 10/4/16
BSR8 Filed: 7/6/17
Status: Voting.

 

WG1 CTA-2052.3 Performance Criteria and Testing Protocols for Features in Sleep Tracking Consumer Technology Devices and Applications
Summary: This standard will address performance criteria and testing protocols for features in sleep tracking consumer technology devices and applications.

 

Started: 6/26/17
PINS Filed: 7/6/17
Status: In progress.

 

WG2 ANSI/CTA-2065 Physical Activity Monitoring for Heart Rate and Related Measures
Summary: This standard will create definitions and performance criteria for consumer technology that measures heart rate or related parameters.

 

Started: 7/13/16
PINS Filed: 7/18/16
Status: In pre-vote comment.

 

WG3 ANSI/CTA-2057 Interoperability Standards Series for Consumer EEG Data - Local Transmission
Summary: R6.4 WG3 will create a standard to enable real-time processing and storage of collected data by synchronous transmission of multiple data streams, each potentially sampled at a different rate, on a local network. Each data streams may also have a different type, e.g. real numbers or strings, or have an irregular sampling rate (e.g. events).

 

Started: 9/16/15
PINS Filed: 10/20/15
Status: WOrk on this project is currently on hold.

 

WG3 ANSI/CTA-2058 Interoperability Standards Series for Consumer EEG Data - Event Description
Summary: Events capture changes in the real or virtual world that are potentially relevant to understanding the data collected from the user. User actions (e.g. pressing a button or starting to walk), changes in state (surprise, detection of targets or errors, receiving positive or negative feedback) and presentations of various stimuli (e.g. audio and visual elements in a game) can potentially induce changes in recorded EEG, heart rate and other biosignals. The purpose of this standard is to harmonize the way that events are described, i.e. various aspects of them are represented and transmitted.

 

PINS Filed: 10/20/15
Status: WOrk on this project is currently on hold.

 

WG3 ANSI/CTA-2059 Interoperability Standards Series for Consumer EEG Data - User State Description
Summary: Estimation of User State (e.g. sleepy, alert or surprised) is the main focus of most Brain Computer Interface (BCI) applications. The purpose of this standard is to (a) define a list of terms that are used to describe User State, clearly explaining the meaning of each term (b) define the numerical and/or categorical value ranges associated with each term, e.g. using values between one (1) and zero (0) for focused user state, with the value one (1) referring to a fully focused user state.

 

PINS Filed: 10/20/15
Status: WOrk on this project is currently on hold.

 

WG3 ANSI/CTA-2060 Interoperability Standards Series for Consumer EEG Data - File Storage
Summary: The purpose of this standard is to adopt a file format for storing several data streams in a single, self-describing, file, with each stream potentially sampled at a different rate, or having a different type (e.g. real numbers and strings). It will allow this data to be provided in an efficient and temporally accurate manner to analysis and visualization applications.

 

Started: 9/16/15
PINS Filed: 10/20/15
BSR8 Filed: 08-07-17
Status: Voting.

 

WG3 ANSI/CTA-2061 Interoperability Standards Series for Consumer EEG Data - Group-level meta-data encapsulation
Summary: The purpose of this standard is to (a) define the minimum set of information (metadata) required to process EEG and associated data collected from a group of users and (b) adopt a schema to encapsulate this information and make it available for automated processing.

 

PINS Filed: 10/20/15
Status: WOrk on this project is currently on hold.

 

WG4 ANSI/CTA-2068 Definitions and Characteristics of Consumer Stress Monitoring Technologies
Summary: The purpose of this standard is to define terms related to stress and stress indicators that are relevant for stress monitoring technologies. Additionally, where appropriate, this standard will describe performance standards for the measurement of stress-related characteristics by consumer stress monitoring technologies.

 

Started: 3/17/17
PINS filed: 03/20/17
Status: In progress

 

WG5 CTA-2073 Guiding Principles of Practice and Transparency for Mobile Health Solutions
Summary: The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for the guiding principles of practice and transparency for mobile health solutions to include both applications and devices.

 

Started: 7/31/17
Status: In progress

 


R7 Consumer Electronics Networking Committee

CTA's and its subcommittees establish standards and guidelines for all CTA network standardization efforts involving communications between, to, or from consumer electronics devices. R7 also provides coordination for, and encourages cooperation among, all standards development efforts for communications that pass over a home network/system, or communications between, to, or from consumer electronic devices. All are encouraged to join the Consumer Electronics Networking Committee and get involved in its activities. The Consumer Electronics Networking Committee is particularly interested in adding new members who acquire home networking products from those who create them (called "users").

 
R7 ANSI/CTA-709.2-A S-201X Control Network Power Line (PL) Channel Specification
Summary: R7 is considering stabilization of CTA-709.2-A. This document specifies the Control Network Power Line (PL) Channel and serves as a companion document to the CTA-709.1 Control Network Protocol Specification. Its purpose is to present the information necessary for the development of a PL physical network and nodes to communicate the share information over the network.

 

Started: 10/20/16
Status: PINS filed on 4/22/17.
Status: BSR8 filed on 6/12/17.

 

R7 CTA-860-A R-201X Device Plug-In Interface to EIA/CTA-709.1 Network Tools
Summary: R7 is considering reaffirmation of CTA-860-A. This standard applies to a set of software interfaces between ANSI/CTA-709.1-B-2002 (CTA-709.1) Network Management Tools and device type specific software for device installation, configuration and commissioning, resulting in enhanced functionality of network management tools. Supported devices include those that meet the CTA-709.1 standard for nodes and the objects they contain which communicate on a CTA-709.1 standard network.

 

Started: 12/11/13
Status: Pre-vote comment issued on 1/19/15.

 

R7 ANSI/CTA-931-C S-201X Remote Control Command Pass-through Standard for Home Networking
Summary: R7 is considering stabilization of CTA-931-C. This specification defines a standardized method for communication of certain basic operational functions between devices in a home network.

 

Started: 10/20/16
Status: PINS filed 4/14/17
Status: Ballot issued 6/19/17
Status: BSR8 filed 6/19/17

 

R7 CTA-2027-B R-201X A User Interface for Home Networks Using Web-based Protocols
Summary: R7 is considering withdrawal of CTA-2027-B. This standard addresses user control of remote audio/video devices on home networks. It describes how audio/video devices may present status and control user interfaces on remote devices attached to a network, and describes how this user interface data can be encapsulated using web and internet protocols. User control is through a browser and graphical user interface, the design of which is determined by the implementers of this standard.

 

Started: 10/27/11
Pre-vote comment deadline: 9/27/12
Status: A comment was received suggesting that CTA-2027-B be reaffirmed instead of withdrawn, R7 is currently considering a change in the project intent based on this comment.

 

WG2 ANSI/CTA-851-A R-20XX Versatile Home Network
Summary: WG2 is considering reaffirmation of ANSI/CTA-851-A. This standard defines an IP-enabled network for connecting cluster networks to a whole-home IEEE 1394-based broadband distribution backbone in order to facilitate integrated operation of appliances and networked components.

 

Started: 6/6/11 and 12/11/13
PINS filed: 6/6/11
Pre-vote comment deadline: 12/24/15
Status: This project was initiated between meetings of R7. At the 10/27/11 R7 meeting the committee opted to defer approval of the project to reaffirm based on suggestions that perhaps it should be revised or withdrawn. WG2 was tasked with studying the issue and coming back with a recommended course of action. At the 12/11/13 R7 meeting the project to reaffirm was approved. A ballot will be issued after any pre-vote comments are addressed.

 

WG16 CTA-TR-5 Audio/Video Inter-Device Power Control Coordination
Summary: WG16 is working on a technical report that will document the current state of technologies and products, the opportunities for power savings, and industry concerns about interoperability and consumer satisfaction. The report will identify needed capabilities that could be added to existing protocols, or any future protocols developed, to implement the automatic management of audio/video device power states and content streams. The report will only address communication in local networks.

 

Started: 12/11/13
Status: In progress.

 

WG15 CTA-TR-9 Comparison and Analysis of ANSI/CTA-2049 and ENERGY STAR Test Method for Small Network Equipment
Summary: WG15 is working on a new technical report that will identify the substantive differences between ANSI/CTA-2049 and ENERGY STAR's Test Method for Small Network Equipment, Rev. Nov-2013. The technical report will also explain the rationale for each difference including changes, additions, or omissions.

 

Started: 10/02/14
Status: In progress.

 

WG15 CTA-TR-10 Using ANSI/CTA-2049 with the Industry Voluntary Agreement for Small Network Equipment
Summary: WG15 is working on a new technical report that will describe the method for using ANSI/CTA-2049 to show energy measurements consistent with the Voluntary Agreement for Ongoing Improvement to the Energy Efficiency of Small Network Equipment.

 

Started: 10/02/14
Status: In progress.

 

WG18 CTA-CEB33 Securing Connected Devices for Consumers in the Home
Summary: WG18 is working on a CTA bulletin to review, clarify and update the language in CTA-TR-12, add new best practices as deemed appropriate, and reformat the Technical Report into a Bulletin. This recommended practice addresses cyber security topics for the design of connected devices for consumers in the home. This recommended practice will be addressing both the devices and the services that enhance their functionality.

 

Started: 4/5/16
Status: In progress.

 


R7.8 Modular Communication Interface for Energy Management

CTA's Modular Communication Interface for Energy Management Subcommittee produces standards for Smart Grid connectivity. All are encouraged to join the Modular Communication Interface for Energy Management Subcommittee and get involved in its activities. The subcommittee is particularly interested in adding new members who create Smart Grid connectivity products (called "producers").

 
WG1 ANSI/CTA-2045-A Modular Communications Interface for Energy Management
Summary: The new project entails modifying the current published version of ANSI/CTA-2045 to include Amendment 1, address clarification issues that have been identified in the field, reorganized the data-link, and add new features and functions. ANSI/CTA-2045 specifies a modular communications interface (MCI) to facilitate communications with residential devices for applications such as energy management.

 

Started: 2/24/15
PINS filed: 3/13/15
Status: In progress.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2045.2 Amendment 1 MCI for Generic Display Message Set
Summary: This project corrects ah error related to the Intermediate DR OpCode1 of 0x09 messaging.

 

Started: 10/06/16
PINS filed: 11/10/15
Status: Was on hold but was reactivated in Oct 2016. In Pre-vote comment as on 8/18/17.

 


R10 Residential Systems

The joint CTA/CEDIA Residential Systems Committee produces standards for the design and installation of residential systems. All are encouraged to join the Residential Systems Committee and get involved in its activities. The Residential Systems Committee is particularly interested in adding new members who create residential systems products (called "producers"), and in adding new members who acquire residential systems products from those who create them (called "users").

 
WG1 CTA/CEDIA-CEB22-A Home Theater Recommended Practice: Audio Design
Summary: WG1 is working on CTA/CEDIA-CEB22-A. Home Theater Audio Design outlines the various design parameters relevant to the proper design of a home theater that meets relevant industry guidelines. Additionally, these practices ensure that a home theater supports other media uses such as music, gaming, and broadcast TV. The revised bulletin will include information about immersive audio and equipment selection.

 

Started: 9/12/14
Status: Work on hold.

 

WG3 CTA/CEDIA-CEB28 A/V Distribution Over Existing Cables
Summary: WG3 is working on CTA/CEDIA-CEB28. This bulletin will provide recommendations for electronic system designers and installers on how to use existing wiring in residential environments, including coaxial and CAT 5/6 cables, to distribute digital audio and video while maintaining both the integrity of the content and the functionality of content protection.
*NOTE: Seeking individuals and companies who sell or are users of architectural drawing software so that we have balanced input for our standards activities (participants with a general interest and users).

 

Started: 4/21/11
Pre-vote comment deadline: 9/17/12
Status: No comments received. However, WG3 is planning to make additional edits. Work is on hold.