To prepare international publications in the field of audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment.
These publications mainly include specification of the performance, methods of measurement for consumer and professional equipment and their application in systems and its interoperability with other systems or equipment.
NOTE: Multimedia is the integration of any form of audio, video, graphics, data and telecommunication and integration includes the production, storage, processing, transmission, display and reproduction of such information.
The Advisory Group on Strategy (AGS) is charged with the design and development of long term strategies for TC 100 for the standardization of digital multimedia systems and equipment.
To meet this objective, the AGS advises and recommends action on long-term strategic plans and directions for organizational structure and procedures for more effective standards development.
The AGS will provide leadership to enable improved cooperation between industry and TC100 by creating the strategic plans, which will strengthen the relevance of TC100 standardization activities.
The AGS reports directly to the Chairman of TC100.
TC 100/AGS acted as an alternative to Sector Boards (document 140/AC:1999 paragraph 5). However, in accordance with the disbandment of Sector Board, the AGS became one of genuine TC 100 groups.
The members of the AGS include:
Persons representing industry associations, where the members of the AGS cover global regions. Regions include: America, Europe, Asia and Oceanic. The AGS reviews and considers additional members periodically.
The Chairman, Secretary(ies) of TC 100.
IEC Central Office representative to give a strong support of the IEC Central Office.
Sound system equipment – Loudspeakers - Acoustical (Output based) measurements
This International Standard applies to passive and active sound systems such as loudspeakers, headphones, TV-sets, multi-media devices, personal portable audio devices, automotive sound systems and professional equipment. The device under test (DUT) may be comprised of electrical components performing analogue and digital signal processing prior to the passive actuators performing a transduction of the electrical input into an acoustical output signal. The standard describes only physical measurements which assess the transfer behaviour of the DUT between an arbitrary analogue or digital input signal and the acoustical output at any point in the near and far field of the system. This includes operating the DUT in both the small and large signal domains. The influence of the acoustical boundary conditions of the target application (e.g. car interior) can also be considered in the physical evaluation of the sound system. The standard does not assess the perception and cognitive evaluation of the reproduced sound and the impact of perceived sound quality.
Specification of the radio data system (RDS) for VHF/FM sound broadcasting in the frequency range from 64,0 MHz to 108,0 MHz
Part 1: RDS system: Modulation characteristics and baseband coding
Part 2: RDS message format, coding and definition of RDS features
Part 3: Coding and registration of Open Data Applications ODAs
Part 4: Registered code tables
Part 5: Marking of RDS and RDS2 devices
Part 6: Compilation of technical specifications for Open Data Applications in the public domain
Part 1:This part of IEC 62106 describes the basic layer of the Radio Data System, RDS, intended for application to VHF/FM sound broadcasts in the range 64,0 MHz to 108,0 MHz which may carry either stereophonic (pilot-tone system) or monophonic programmes (as stated in ITU-R Recommendation BS 450-3 and ITU-R Recommendation BS.643-3).
Part 2: This part of IEC 62106 describes the coding and definition of features for the Radio Data System, RDS.
Part 3: This International Standard describes the ODA feature of the Radio Data System (RDS). Open Data Applications are a very effective and flexible way for adding additional applications to an RDS service.
Part 4: This International Standard contains a number of tables for use in the implementation of the RDS system. The tables in the present document are maintained by the RDS Forum Office. The RDS Forum Office applies an easy procedure for registering new values, to ensure that they may be used without the need to change immediately the RDS standard. The procedure for registering a new value in an existing table or the registration of a new table in the present document is described in clause 4.
Part 5: The present document describes receiver profiles and criteria that can be used for marking RDS receiver devices.
Part 6: This International Standard contains the technical specifications for Open Data Applications in the public domain. The present document is maintained by the RDS Forum Office. The RDS Forum Office applies an easy procedure for registering new Open Data Applications, to ensure that they may be used without the need to change the RDS standard. The ODA feature permits defining new applications that can be decoded on a receiver. The receiver must implement the adequate software handler for the specific AID which identifies the application. Receivers that have not implemented the software handler needed for decoding are not effected by ODA data received for any of the applications already defined and specified.
Visible light beacon system for multimedia applications
This International Standard is applicable to a visible light beacon system for multimedia applications, which is a system for providing various applications such as data transmission through multimedia devices, identification of matters, providing positional information, and establishment of various guiding systems by radiation transmission of simple information or ID information unique to the visible light source among visible light sources ubiquitously surrounding the facility. It specifies a single directional visible light communication system using visible light as the transmission medium named 'Visible light beacon system for multimedia applications'. It aims at establishing a unified standard concerning the lower communication layer common to these applications, and does not deal with upper communication layers which depend upon individual applications.
MIDI (MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DIGITAL INTERFACE) SPECIFICATION 1.0 (ABRIDGED EDITION, 2015)
This International Standard specifies a hardware and software specification which makes it possible to exchange symbolic music and control information between different musical instruments or other devices such as sequencers, computers, lighting controllers, mixers, etc.
For this proposal, NP and CDV simultaneous circulation is applied given in 2.3.4 of the IEC Supplement of the ISO/IEC Directives.
Mr T. White
Mr M. Sakuma
Mr Y. Kawaguchi
PPUB (IS published: 2017-06)
PT 63034 Ed. 1.0
This International Standard applies to micro-speakers used in portable electronic devices. Usually, the size of the vibration area is not greater than 40 mm. This also applies to loudspeaker systems (known as "box"), which consist of one or more loudspeaker drive units provided with an enclosure. This standard provides the characteristics of micro-speakers that need to be specified as well as the relevant methods of measurement for micro-speakers that use sinusoidal signals, or noise, or impulsive signals. The main characteristics include, but are not limited to, impedance, amplitude frequency response, distortion, and power handling.
Multimedia Vibration Audio Systems - Method of measurement for audio characteristics of audio actuator by pinna-conduction
This International Standard specifies measurement method for sound transmission performance of audio actuator by pinna-conduction. Audio actuator is device that designed to provide vibration to tissue around pinna (near the tragus) and to generate sound in ear canal. Audio actuator is widely used for headphones and loudspeakers of mobile phones.
IEC TR 63094: Multimedia systems and equipment – Multimedia signal transmission – Dependable line code with error correction
This document specifies the line code 4b/10b for dependable multimedia signal transmission required for complex machines, such as robots and automobiles. This document corresponds to the functions specified in layer 1 to layer 2 of the OSI reference model (ISO/IEC 7498).
The purpose of this document is to facilitate the development and use of the 4b/10b in dependable systems by providing a line code protocol. This document provides a line code protocol for interconnections among distributed real-time systems, including embedded systems, control systems, amusement systems, robot systems, and intelligent buildings. The 4b/10b can achieve the line code with ECC (error code correction). The 4b/10b is the line code that realizes embedded clock, DC balance, error detection and error correction at a time, which was not able to satisfy these functions in one codec by conventional schemes, so that the 4b/10b line code can achieve highly reliable and dependable digital communications.
Multi-screen LCD display systems –
Part 1: Conceptual model (TS)
Part 2: Measuring methods (IS)
These documents specifie a conceptual model and measuring methods of multi-screen LCD display systems. The conceptual model defines typical functional components to compose multi-screen LCD systems and describes the system structure and signal flow. The measuring methods are specified for
- Gap( physical, optical)--- Detail splicing precision;
- Image dislocation—Picture display accuracy of Multiscreen LCD display system;
- installation tolerance---The flatness of terminal in surface and vertical direction; and
- brightness uniformity--- Adjacent units brightness uniformity.
Stage 0 project on conceptual model for TC 100 standardization on multimedia robotics technology
The project team will
study robotics technologies as well as those discussed in various SDOs and ACART;
- identify the functionality of multimedia robotics components and the relationships between them and define multimedia robotics services in TC 100; and
prepare a draft Technical Report.
Stage 0 project conceptual model for TC 100 standardization on multimedia cyber technology
The project team will
study use cases related to cyber technology in TC 100;
- identify the conceptual model for TC 100 cyber technology and possible standardization items; and
- prepare a draft Technical Report.
The project team will
- a survey for existing VR/AR/MR products and technologies;
- analyse the techniques used in VR/AR/MR products and systems, especially on standards; - study the typical use cases;
- find out the potential standardization needs in the scope of TC 100.