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IIDC2 Digital Camera Control Specification Ver.1.1.0.The purpose of this document is to act as a design guide for imaging device / host makers that wish to use a digital interface as the device-to-host interconnect.

2012001 Finger Print Scanner Functional Test Specification. This test specification defines a set of tests to verify the functionality of the 1394 interface for a Finger Print Scanner.
2011001 IIDC2 Digital Camera Control Specification Ver.1.0.0. The purpose of this document is to act as a design guide for imaging device / host makers that wish to use a digital interface as the device-to-host interconnect. Adherence to the design specifications contained herein do not guarantee, but will promote interoperability for this class of device. The device registers, fields within those registers, video formats, modes of operation and controls for each are specified. Area has been left for growth. To make application for additional specification, contact the Japan Industrial Imaging Association Next Generation Camera Protocol Working Group or the 1394 Trade Association Industrial and Instrumentation Working Group. IIDC2 is designed for many kinds of digital interfaces.
2010003 1394 Automotive Glass Fiber Specification (Supplement to IDB-1394) Revision 1.0. This specification is defined as Hard Polymer Cladding Fiber (HPCF) and All Glass Fiber (AGF) components.
2007008 VersaPHY GPIO Profile. This specification defines a standardized method to interface General Purpose Input and Output devices to IEEE-1394 networks using the VersaPHY protocols.
2005001 Industrial & Instrumentation Connector (IEEE 1394-1995 Mating Interface and IEEE 1394b-2002 Amendment) Rev1.1. This specification describes an Industrial and Instrumentation connector for applications where the functionality described in IEEE Std 1394-1995 is required with added mechanical enhancements for harsher environments. All of the performance parameters identified in both IEEE Std 1394-1995 and the amendment IEEE Std 1394a-2000 will be met with the new interconnection system. Annex A will update this industrial latching interconnect specification to include the IEEE 1394b-2002 interface for higher performance devices up to S1600.
2006020 BT.601 Transport Over IEEE-1394 Revision 1.4. This specification describes a method of transmitting 4:2:2 YUV formatted video signals, including, but not limited to, ITU-R BT.601-5 formatted video signals, over IEEE-1394 both compressed and uncompressed.It also describes methods for transmitting 4:4:4 YUV and RGB formatted video signals.
2009013 Audio and Music Data Transmission Protocol 2.3. This specification defines Audio and Music data transmission over an IEEE 1394 Bus. This specification includes definitions in the 1394 TA specification “Audio and Music Data Transmission Protocol Ver.1.0”, “Enhancement to Audio and Music Data Transmission protocol Ver.1.0”, “Audio and Music Data Transmission Protocol Ver.2.0” and IEC 61883-6. It also defines new extensions.
2008003 USA Set Top Box Test Specification Revision 1.0. This specification defines a set of tests to verify the functionality of the 1394 interface as defined in the FCC mandate through both functional and interoperability.
2006019 Networking IEEE 1394 Clusters via UWB over Coaxial Cable- Part 1: Continuous Pulse (C-UWB) PHY. This technical specification defines a continuous pulse UWB physical layer (C-UWB PHY) that is suitable to interconnect clusters of IEEE 1394 devices via coaxial cable transmission line networks
2007004 Networking IEEE 1394 Clusters via UWB over Coaxial Cable – Part 4: AV/C Relay Agents. This is a technical specification whose scope encompasses the use of IEEE 1394 devices, called AV/C relay agents, to enable network connectivity between “legacy” AV/C devices. Legacy AV/C devices are those whose functionality is limited to the local IEEE 1394 cluster because they lack FCP and CMP over IPv4 capabilities and are unaware of L3 IP bridge protocols for communications with remote devices.
2006021 Networking IEEE 1394 Clusters via UWB over Coaxial Cable – Part 3: FCP and CMP over IPv4. This is a technical specification whose scope is the use of Internet protocol as the basis for a) device and service announcement and discovery methods less burdensome than brute-force searches of device configuration ROM, b) a command and response transport protocol analogous to the IEC 61883-1 Function Control Protocol (FCP) and c) isochronous connection management procedures similar to the IEC 61883-1 Connection Management Procedures (CMP).
2006022 PHY Silicon Network Interoperability Test Specification. The IEEE-1394 PHY Silicon Network Interoperability Test is designed to verify IEEE-1394 PHY silicon implementations in various configurations relative to: data/strobe (DS) only, beta only, hybrid bus, root, not root, junior border, not junior border, senior border, not senior border, proxy root, and not proxy root all while being stressed with asynchronous and isochronous traffic. In addition, functional areas such suspend/resume, disable/enable, and standby/restore are tested at a high level.
2006013 OHCI P2P Network and Functional Test Specification. This specification defines the Point-to-Point (P2P), Network and Functional tests that must be passed before a 1394 Open Host Controller Interface (OHCI) implementation can earn a 1394 Trade Association FireWire or iLink 1394 Compliant logo.
2009008 1394 Connector and Cable Compliant Testing Criteria – Revision 1.0. This document establishes the performance requirements for all short haul copper connectors and and cable assemblies up to 4.5 meters long with plugs at both ends manufactured according to IEEE Std 1394-2008. Administrative, regulations, performance validation sequences and procedures and pertinent technical information are included. The new work found in this specification is for the 1394b (Beta & Bilingual) short haul connector and cables assemblies up to 4.5 meters long with plugs at both ends and it incorporates all of the compliance criteria found in the TS2004003 for 4 and 6 circuit short haul connectors and cables (Alpha). The reference to “short haul cables” has been commonly defined as 4.5 meters maximum length in the past.
2009007 IPv4 over IEEE-1394 Test Specification. This specification defines compliance tests for IPv4 over IEEE-1394 specifically focusing on the features and functions specific to IPv4 over IEEE-1394 and not IPv4 in general. This specification provides implementers and testers the necessary tests to verify IPv4 over IEEE-1394 implementation.
2009010 Content Protection Specification TC-2008-0001. This document details the content protection mechanisms and uses within the HANA system architecture. It is intended to provide adopters with the required elements and behavior for handling protected content.
2009011 HANA 2.1 Content Services Draft TC-2009-0001. This document details services related to management of content information and access such as play lists.
2006016 Networking IEEE 1394 Clusters via UWB over Coaxial Cable—Part 2: L3 IP Bridges. This technical specification standardizes the model, definition, and behaviors of L3 IP bridges, devices that connect isolated IEEE 1394 clusters across a network backbone that is not IEEE 1394—in this case, it is coaxial cable. The L3 IP bridge extends the Internet protocol capabilities of IEEE 1394 devices and the isochronous services of IEEE 1394 beyond the geographic extent of a local IEEE 1394 cluster.
2008004 IEEE 1394 Single-mode Fiber PMD Specification. This document specifies an IEEE 1394 single-mode fiber PMD sublayer that supports baseband operation over single-mode optical fiber.
2007005 IEEE 1394 Baseband Coax PMD Specification. This specification defines the requirements for a PMD sublayer for IEEE 1394 that supports baseband operation over coaxial cable.
2006015 VersaPHY Additions to IEEE-1394. VersaPHY™ is a compatible extension to IEEE-1394-1995, a-2000 and b-2002 designed to enable lower cost implementations by allowing communication between nodes without IEEE-1394 link or transaction layer overhead. VersaPHY is a trademark of Quantum Parametrics LLC.
20093034 AMI-C 3034 Power Management Test Document. This specification is based on AMI-C 3034 Power Management Test Document V1.00. This document describes the test approaches, test set up and test cases, which have been used during the AMI-C –EPOC for the successful demonstration of power management capability of EPOC.
20093033 AMI-C 3033 Power Management EPOC System Description. This specification is based on the AMI-C 3033 Power Management EPoC System Description V0.90. This document outlines the EPoC (Embedded Proof of Concept) system of Power Management Specification for IEEE1394 devices
20093023 AMI-C 3023 Power Management Specification. This specification is based on the AMI-C 3023 Power Management Specification v1.00. The scope of this document is to describe functional specification at system and unit level for an in-vehicle 1394 network.
20093013 AMI-C 3013 Power Management Architecture. This specification is based on the AMI-C 3013 Power Management Architecture v1.00 document released on August 1, 2005. This document provides the architectural specification for realization of a Host Centric Power Management in 1394-Automotive Networks using an electrical control signal for changing the power state of the Network.
20092002 AMI-C 2002 1.0.2 Common Message Set. This specification is based on the AMI-C 2002 1.0.2 specification released on August 4, 2005 to identify a set of CMS Messages compatible for AMI-C EPoC. This document captures the analysis of the operations as defined in the AMI-C document “Power Management EPoC SW Architecture_v0.8.doc”. All the new and modified CMS Messages are identified and their mapping to the AMIC-C types is captured.
2007009 IIDC 1394-based Digital Camera Specification Ver.1.32. This document specifies the IIDC 1394-based Digital Camera Specification for industrial use. This document describes control and status register definitions and control procedures.
2007010 1394b S3200 Electrical Specification . This specification defines the electrical parameters for transmission at S3200 in 1394b Beta mode over short haul copper connections. It is written as an amendment to 1394-2008.
2008001 1394 Copper Automotive Standard (Supplement to IDB-1394). The1394 Copper Automotive Specification extends the IDB-1394 Automotive Specification to include operation over low-cost, high-performance copper cabling media. It defines the features and mechanisms that provide high-speed extensions in a forward and backward compatible fashion and the ability to signal over single hop distances of up to 8 meters with a minimum of 5 inline connectors, in an automotive environment. Critical vehicle functions and services are addressed that are non-safety related, including but not limited to multimedia and telematics applications at data rates of S400 or S800.
2007003 IIDC Functional Conformance Test Specification Revision 1.3. The purpose of this specification is to describe the test specifications to check the conformity of an IIDC camera device to the IIDC 1394-based Digital Camera Specification version 1.04, 1.20, 1.30, and 1.31.
2007001 AV/C Panel Subunit Specification 1.23. This specification defines a model and command set for a Panel subunit operating over the Function Control Protocol defined by IEC 61883. The Panel subunit provides device GUI information for remote control. The mechanism for user commands and GUI data transmission is defined.
2006002 1394 Beta Plus PHY-Link Interface. This specification defines signaling, protocol, and electrical characteristics of Beta Plus PHY-Link interface, which can support up to S3200 mode.
2006006 SBP-2 Mass Storage Functional, P2P and Network Test Specification. The purpose of this document is to define the way to test “Functional Test”, “Point-to-Point Test” and “Network Test” of SBP-2 Computer Mass Storage devices among the four tests defined by the 1394TA Compliance Logo Program. For this test specification the “Functional Test” is the sum of the “Point-to-Point Test” and Network Test”, no other “Functional Tests” are defined.
2006001 Enhanced UTP PMD for IEEE 1394b. This document specifies a PMD sublayer for IEEE 1394b that supports operation over UTP cable at speeds of S200 and S400. Operation at S800 is for future study.
2004003 1394 Connector and Cable Compliant Testing Criteria. This specification establishes the performance requirements for connectors and cable assemblies manufactured according to IEEE Std 1394-1995 and IEEE Std 1394a-2000. Administrative, regulations, performance validation sequences and procedures and pertinent technical information are included.
2004010 Environmentally Sealed CAT-5, IEEE 1394b-2002 Interconnect System. This specification defines an environmentally sealed CAT-5e connector systems, which meets IEEE-1394b-2002 performance specifications, for use in demanding factory automation, medical, test equipment and industrial applications. The core IEEE 1394b-2002 CAT-5e connector is surrounded by an external housing, which seals it from dust, water, oils and other external substances that can compromise signal integrity.
2005099 1394 Application Layer for Industrial Automation. This specification covers the communication for industrial automation applications based on the standard IEEE 1394. In particular an application layer for this application area is specified. After the description of an overall model, application layer service elements containing services and attributes are described. Afterwards the application layer transfer syntax is specified covering application layer protocol data unit (APDU) definitions, APDU field descriptions and protocol behavior. The document is completed by the Control and Status Register (CSR) architecture.
2004024 PMD for Fiber Optic Wake-on-LAN  Revision 1.1. This specification describes an implementation of sleep and wake functions for fiber optic transceivers and specifies fiber optic transceiver dimensions for automotive applications.
2003003 BT.601 Transport Over IEEE-1394. This specification describes a method of transmitting 4:2:2 YUV formatted video signals, including, but not limited to, ITU-R BT.601-5 formatted video signals, over IEEE-1394 both compressed and uncompressed. It also describes methods for transmitting 4:4:4 YUV and 24 bit RGB formatted video signals.
2004004 IIDC Functional Conformance Test Specification Revision 1.2. he purpose of this specification is to describe the test specification to check conformity of an IIDC camera device to the IIDC 1394 based Digital Camera specifications.
2004006 AV/C Digital Interface Command Set General Specification Version 4.2. This specification defines common unit and subunit commands that are addressed using AV/C model. This document replaces AV/C Digital Interface Command Set General Specification 4.0.
2004005 AV/C Tape Recorder/Player Subunit Specification 2.4. This specification defines a command set for consumer and professional Tape recorder/player equipment over IEEE Std 1394-1995. The command set makes use of the Function Control Protocol (FCP) defined by IEC61883, proposed standard for Digital Interface for Consumer Electronic Audio/Video Equipment, for the transport of Tape recorder/player command requests and responses. The audio/video devices are implemented as a common unit architecture within IEEE Std 1394-1995.
2002005 Base 1394 Test Suite Definition Version 2.3. This document defines the 1394TA’s Base 1394 Test Suite test definition.
2003005 AV/C Camera Storage Subunit 2.1. This specification defines a model and command set for Camera Storage.
2003004 AV/C Printer Subunit Specification 2.0. This document defines the AV/C Printer Subunit mode, specific data structures and command sets. The AV/C Printer Subunit may have not only the capability of receiving the still image or xHTML / HTML data via Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections, but also the capability of capturing the video stream via Isochronous connections. This document also defines the print job queuing mechanism.
2003012 Test specification of self-test for AV Devices 1.0 (Point-to-Point Test and Network Test). The purpose of this document is to define the way to self-test “Point-to-Point Test” and “Network Test” of AV devices among four tests defined in 1394 TA Compliance Logo Program.
2002013 AV/C Descriptor Mechanism 1.2. This specification defines AV/C general descriptors and information blocks and their protocol, which is a standard way for AV/C devices to share information.
2000007 AV/C Changer Subunit 1.0. This document defines commands and descriptor structures for the Changer Subunit.
2003017 IIDC 1394-based Digital Camera Specification Ver.1.31. The purpose of this document is to act as a design guide for digital camera makers that wish to use IEEE 1394 as the camera-to-PC interconnect for Instrumentation and Industrial Control applications.
2003010 Protocol Adaptation Layer (PAL) for IEEE 1394 over IEEE 802.15.3. This document specifies methods to a) mimic IEEE 1394 infrastructure (transactions, isochrony, stream data, configuration ROM and CSR architecture) using the facilities of IEEE Std 802.15.3-2003 and b) implement IEEE P1394.1 bridge behaviors in the same domain. The methods are compatible with the simultaneous use of an IEEE 802.15.3 piconet by other protocols, e.g., Internet protocol.
2003016 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Test Specification Blu-ray Disc recorder/player Device 1.0. Purpose of this specification is to define test items, which confirm whether operations of Blu-ray Disc recorder/player unit and functions of subunits installed in Blu-ray Disc Recorder/Player unit conform to descriptions written in IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline Blu-ray Disc recorder/player Device 1.0 (reference [R9]).
2003015 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline, Blu-ray Disc recorder/player Device 1.0. This guideline is to ensure the minimum functionality and the connectivity of the Blu-ray Disc recorder/player with IEEE 1394 interface when implementing the AV/C Disc subunit to the target device and the controller device.
2003009 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Test Specification TV Device for Japanese Terrestrial Digital Broadcasting System 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 test specification for TV sets which supports Japanese Terrestrial digital broadcasting system.
2003008 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline TV Device for Japanese Terrestrial Digital Broadcasting System 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 implementation guideline for TV devices which supports Japanese Terrestrial digital broadcasting system.
2003007 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Test Specification STB Device for Japanese Terrestrial Digital Broadcasting System 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 test specification for STB devices which supports Japanese Terrestrial digital broadcasting system.
2003006 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline STB Device for Japanese Terrestrial Digital Broadcasting System 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 implementation guideline for STB devices which supports Japanese Terrestrial digital broadcasting system.
2002016 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Test Specification STB Device for Japanese BS/CS Digital Broadcasting System 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 test specification for STB devices which supports Japanese BS/CS digital broadcasting system.
2002015 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline STB Device for Japanese BS/CS Digital Broadcasting System 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 implementation guideline for STB devices which supports Japanese BS/CS digital broadcasting system.
2002018 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Test Specification TV Device for Japanese BS/CS Digital Broadcasting System 1.0. This document provides IEEE 1394 the test specification for TV sets which support Japanese BS/CS digital broadcasting system.
2002017 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline TV Device for Japanese BS/CS Digital Broadcasting System 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 implementation guideline for TV sets which support Japanese BS/CS digital broadcasting system.
2002014 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Test Specification DV Device 1.0. The purpose of this document is to describe the test specification to confirm that a DV device conforms to “IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline, DV Device 1.0
2002020 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Test Specification D-VHS Device 1.0. This document provides the IEEE1394 test specification, which confirms that D-VHS device conforms IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline D-VHS device 1.0.
2002019 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline D-VHS Device 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 implementation guideline for D-VHS devices The purpose of this guideline is to clarify the IEEE1394 implementation which is not described in the related AV/C command speci fi cations and JVC’s ‘1394 Interface Implement ation Guideline for D-VHS’ which is called ‘D-VHS guideline’.
2002012 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline DV Device 1.0. This document provides the implementation guideline of DV devices regarding AV/C commands addressed to the Unit and the Tape Recorder/Player Subunit, Connection Management Procedures, and Configuration ROM.
2003002 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Test Specification AV-HDD Device 1.0. This document provides the test specification for testing whether AV-HDD devices conform the implementation guideline or not.
2003001 IEEE1394 Interface Implementation Guideline AV-HDD Devices 1.0. This document provides the IEEE 1394 implementation guideline for AV-HDD devices. This guideline is to ensure the minimum functionality and connectivity of AV-HDD with IEEE 1394 interface for implementation.
2002002 AV/C Disc Subunit – Generic Recordable Video Disc Media Type Specification 1.0. This document describes the Generic Recordable Video Disc media type specific part of the Disc General Subunit Specification.
2002001 AV/C Disc Subunit General Specification 1.2. This specification defines a model and command set for AV/C disc subunit, operating over IEEE Std 1394-1995. The command set makes use of the Function Control Protocol (FCP) defined by IEC 61883, Digital Interface for Consumer Electronic Audio/Video Equipment, for the transport of audio/video command requests and responses. The audio/video devices are implemented as a common unit architecture within IEEE Std 1394-1995.
2001018 1394 Automotive Specification (IDB-1394) 1.0. Supplemental information for a high-speed serial bus that integrates well with most IEEE standard 32-bit and 64-bit parallel buses is specified. It is intended to extend the usefulness of a low-cost interconnect integrated into an automobile environment between an embedded backbone and external peripherals. The standard follows the IEEE Std 1212-1991 Command and Status Register (CSR) architecture.
2002006 Point-to-Point Private Plugfest Guidelines Revision 1.0. The 1394 Trade Association (1394TA) Compliance Logo Program provides a structure whereby a product containing an IEEE-1394 interface is able to earn the right to use the 1394TA Compliance Logo1. Within the structure, a set of tests have been defined to quantify a products potential for interoperability with other products within the industry and thus provide the user with the best possible experience.
2002008 Specification of high-speed transmission of DV. Purpose of this specification is to define the packet format for high-speed transmission. This is the extension to the definition in IEC 61883-2[R4], IEC 61883-3[R5], IEC 61883-5[R6]. 1.2
2002010 AV/C Connection and Compatibility Management Specification 1.1. This document specifies a mechanism for Connection and Compatibility Management (CCM) between AV/C Devices on a 1394 network, and a command set to be used for it. This document describes procedures and commands for setup and maintenance of connections.
2002007 Assignment of STYPE for D7 and D12 DV Based Formats 2.0. The purpose of this specification is to assign the STYPE for SMPTE Type D-7 and SMPTE Type D-12 DV-Based formats. This is the extension to the assignment in IEC 61883-2[R4].
2001002 AV/C Stream Format Information Specification 1.0. The purpose of this specification is to provide a command set to obtain the status of the specified isochronous plug related to the specified stream format information.
2001023 AV/C Disc Subunit – Hard Disk Drive Device Type. The scope of this revision of the standard is to define the requirements for the Player/Recorder Profile AV-HDD. The command set and its operational features are defined in this specification. An application model for the Player/Recorder Profile AV-HDD for a typical Play and Record operation is developed.
2001021 AV/C Descriptor Mechanism Specification 1.1. This document specifies a command set used to create, read, write, select and delete information from descriptor and info block data structures between consumer electronic audio/video equipment. The descriptor and info block mechanism is used to share information in a standard way between AV/C devices.
2001007 AV/C Music Subunit 1.0. This specification defines a model, data structure and command set for an AV/C Music Subunit operating over IEEE Std 1394-1995. The purpose of this document is to describe the data structures and the command set for electric musical instruments and/or professional audio equipment that have MIDI functionality when they are connected to the IEEE 1394 serial bus.
2001013 AV/C Disc Subunit – DVR Blue Media Type Specification 1.0 . This document defines the DVR-Blue media type specification for the AV/C Disc subunit. This document is used in conjunction with the AV/C Disc General Specification.
2001016 AV/C Disc Media Type Specification – SACD 1.2. This specification defines the specification for the SACD structures which are used by AV/C Disc Subunit Model and Command Set. It implements the requirements of the SACD Format – Super Audio CD System Description version 1.2.
1999045 AV/C Information Block Types Specification Version 1.0. This specification is a reference to general information block structures used in AV/C Devices supporting the AV/C Descriptor Mechanism.
1999025 AV/C Descriptor Mechanism Specification Version 1.0. This specification defines AV/C general descriptors and information blocks and their protocol, which is a standard way for AV/C devices to share information.
2001009 AV/C Compatible Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections 2.1. This specification defines a set of lightweight protocols for efficiently streaming asynchronous data between nodes. Data is transported by writing into a consumer-resident segment buffer; updates of space-available and data-available counts provide bi-directional flow control. For simplicity all data structures are quadlet aligned and segment buffer addresses are power-of-two aligned.
2001014 Assignment of Automotive CTS Code and Unit_SW_Version. This specification defines CTS code for use by the Automotive interoperability architecture. It also specifies a Unit_SW_Version for the Automotive Unit directory.
2000001 AV/C Disc Media Specification – DVD. This document describes the DVD media-specific part of the Disc General Subunit Specification
1999027 Configuration ROM for AV/C Devices 1.0. The configuration ROM for AVC Devices specification describes required entries and their order in configuration ROM space.
1999001-3 Power Specification Part 3: Power Distribution Management. This specification defines an architecture for the management of power distributed within power domains (i.e. power source to a power sink on the 1394 serial bus).
1999024 SMPTE Time Code and Sample Count Transmission Protocol Ver.1.0. This document defines AM824 adaptation layer for SMPTE time code and sample count. The AM824 adaptation layer is defined in 1394 TA Specification 1999014 “Enhancement to Audio & Music Data Transmission Protocol 1.0,” hereafter A&M Protocol Enhancement 1.0.
2000008 Direct Print Protocol Specification Version 1.11. Digital still image handling devices such as digital still cameras, digital camcorders, scanners and set top boxes, are evolving rapidly. As a result, they have created new connectivity requirements for printers to provide output for these digital still image devices.Such digital still image handling devices usually exchange image data via a host machine such as a PC. “Peer to Peer” connection is one of the advantages of IEEE1394 High Performance Serial Bus. This allows printers to be connected directly with digital image input devices to order to print without host PC machines. It is so called a Direct Print Application. The Direct Print Application should have the ability to enable users to use printers much more easily and will create a new digital still image culture and market.Furthermore, a generic file transfer is also efficient. It enables image browsing, file browsing and other applications based on files.This specification defines Direct Print Protocol (DPP) as a common data transfer protocol to realize the above applications. DPP defines three parts: two command sets and one data transfer protocol. Direct Print Command set (DPC) ensures output of one sheet of print regardless of the combination of image source devices and target devices. It also provides the capability to obtain better output according to the combinations and features of the devices.File Transfer Command set (FTC) ensures the transfer of one file to the peer device. It also provides the capability to transfer files efficiently according to the combinations and features of the devices.
1999023 IIDC 1394-based Digital Camera Specification Version 1.30. The purpose of this document is to act as a design guide for digital camera makers that wish to use IEEE 1394 as the camera-to-PC interconnect. Adherence to the design specifications contained herein do not guarantee, but will promote interoperability for this class of device. The camera registers, fields within those registers, video formats, modes of operation, and controls for each are specified. Area has been left for growth. To make application for additional specification, contact the 1394 Trade Association Instrumentation and Industrial Control Working Group, Digital Camera Sub Working Group (II-WG DC-SWG).
1999028 AV/C Monitor Subunit Model and Command Set Version 1.0. This specification defines a model and command set for the monitor subunit based on the Function Control Protocol defined by IEC 61883. The monitor subunit provides resource information and functionality that are related to monitors. The resource description and control commands for monitor functions are defined.
1998008 AV/C Audio Subunit Specification 1.0. This document specifies data structures and a command set to be used to control consumer electronic audio devices and subunits. The command set builds upon an extensive body of standards work, underway and completed. It also concerns itself with the syntax and semantics of commands transmitted by controllers to AV-audio subunits and the resultant actions that occur at the audio subunit. Additionally the data structures revealing the logical connectivity within the audio subunit are specified. This document also describes data structures that indicate which audio data formats can be processed by audio subunits.
2000006 AV/C Commands for Management of of Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections 1.1. This document describes an AV/C command for management of asynchronous serial bus connections. An asynchronous data-transfer service efficiently transfers data between simple Serial Bus compliant devices. The management command includes subfunctions for establishing, breaking, and monitoring the connection.Also, extensions to the existing AV/C command are described.
1999037 AV/C Command for Management of Enhanced Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections 1.0. This specification defines enhancements to the AV/C commands for the management of Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections to allow the enhanced connections. This document also describes AV/C commands for management of end-to-end connection, and clarifications for the usage of the asynchronous connection for the file transmission applications.
1999032 Clarification and Implementation Guideline for Isochronous Connection Management of IEC 61883-1. This document includes clarifications of IEC 61883-1 connection management procedures(CMP) and guidelines for setting several fields defined in CMP.
1999033 AV/C Tuner Broadcast System Specification – ATSC Digital Television System (DTV). This specification defines the detailed specifications for Digital Television System (DTV) data structures which are used by an AV/C tuner subunit which supports DTV. The AV/C tuner defines a model and command set for analog and digital tuners operating over IEEE 1394-1995. The command set makes use of the Function Control Protocol (FCP) defined by IEC 61883, Digital Interface for Consumer Electric Audio/Video Equipment standard, for the transport of audio/video command requests and responses. The audio/video devices are implemented as a common unit architecture within 1394-1995.
1999035 AV/C Tuner Subunit Model and Command Set Version 2.0. This specification defines a model and command set for analog and digital tuners operating over IEEE1394-1995. The command set makes use of the Function Control Protocol (FCP) defined by IEC61883, Consumer audio/video equipment – Digital Interface standard, for the transport of audio/video command requests and responses. The audio/video devices are implemented as a common unit architecture within 1394-1995.
1999004 AV/C Tuner Broadcast System Specification – Rec. ITU-R BO. 1294 System B. This specification defines the detailed specifications for Rec. ITU-R BO. 1294 System B data structures which are used by an AV/C tuner subunit that supports Rec. ITU-R BO. 1294 System B. The AV/C tuner defines a model and command set for analog and digital tuners operating over IEEE 1394-1995. The command set makes use of the Function Control Protocol (FCP) defined by IEC 61883, Digital Interface for Consumer Electric Audio/Video Equipment standard, for the transport of audio/video command requests and responses. The audio/video devices are implemented as a common unit architecture within 1394-1995.
2000003 Enhancement to the AV/C Disc Subunit General Specification Version 1.0 for MD. This specification describes additional audio compression modes for MD, as an enhancement to the AV/C Disc Subunit General Specification Version 1.0.
1999014 Enhancement to Audio and Music Data Transmission Protocol 1.0. This specification defines enhancements to the 1394 TA specification “Audio and Music Data Transmission Protocol Ver.1.0” (or IEC PAS 61883-6).
1998017 Transmission of Rec. ITU-R BO.1294 System B Transport 1.0. This specification defines packetization and transmission of the transport streams for Recommendation ITU-R BO.1294 System B, which is known as a DirecTV/DSS system over IEEE Std. 1394-1995. The transmission scheme is similar to the MPEG2 transmission over IEEE std. 1394-1995, but designed for 130bytes DirecTV/DSS transport packet.
1999031 AV/C Connection and Compatibility Management Specification 1.0. The Connection and Compatibility Management (CCM) specification describes procedures and commands for setup and maintenance of connections that realize data transmission between AV devices on a 1394 bus.
1999029 AV/C Disc Subunit Enhancements for Hard Disk Drive Specification. This specification defines a set of enhancements to the AV/C Disc Subunit General Model Specification to provide definition for video data types and provide enhanced support for AV/C HDD Devices.
1999021 AV/C Device Presets 1.0. This document defines the AV/C DEVICE PRESET unit command and its associated descriptor structures.
1999019 AV/C Command for Device Diagnostics. This document specifies an AV/C common unit control command for requesting that a device execute its built-in diagnostics. The results are reported back to the requestor in the response. The requestor can vary the format of the response, but it will minimally include a simple pass/fail indicator.It is outside the scope of this document to specify the functionality that the diagnostics test or specify how to perform the tests.
1999034 AV/C Tuner Broadcast System Specification – Analog Audio Version 1.1. This document defines the broadcast system specific information that applies to analog audio. All general fields are defined and described in AV/C Tuner Model and Command Set specification Version 1.0, TA document number 1998004. A good understanding of the reference is mandatory before reading this document.
1999015 AV/C Command Set for Rate Control of Isochronous Data Flow 1.0. This document defines an AV/C command set to control data rates on AV subunit plugs. The command set enables rate control of isochronous data flows between AV devices with the connections described in IEC-61883 [R2] and the AV/C Digital Interface Command Set General Specification [R3]. The rate control contains two models, the command-based rate control and the clock-based rate control. They can be per-formed with command functions, namely clock-source selection, base-rate configuration and flow-rate control.
1999010 Editorial corrections to the Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections, Version 1.0. This document describes the editorial corrections to the following two documents:TA Document 1998016: “AV/C Compatible Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections, Version 1.0, January 26,1999”TA Document 1998011: <“AV/C commands for management of Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections, Version 1.0, January 26,1999″The corrections described in this document will be included in the future version of the above two documents.
1999001-2 1394 Trade Association Power Specification, Part 2: Suspend/Resume Implementation Guidelines. This specification provides informative data pertaining, specifically, to the implementation and application of 1394 suspend/resume mechanisms (as defined in High Speed Serial Bus Specification IEEE 1394a.Portions of that standard have been incorporated into this specification. In instances where this specification is in conflict with IEEE 1394a, the IEEE document shall be the governing standard.The implementation and guidelines suggested within this specification are representations of possible usage models and should be considered when implementing 1394a compliant silicon in a system where power conservation is of paramount concern.Information contained in this specification should not be interpreted as a definitive source of all possible usage models. The incorporation of suspend/resume using 1394a mechanisms may vary for specific platform implementations.The link (host controller) must also support low power mechanisms. However, this specification will not address any low power implementations of the link device (e.g. this specification will address low power management from the PHY perspective only).The low power mechanisms describe in this specification deal with how a port is placed into a low power suspend state in either a port to port connection or on a bus wide basis. How a port resumes is also discussed. In addition, the effect of using the low power mechanisms has on the various portions of the PHY (e.g. the PHY/Link interface, the PHY port interface, and the PHY core) will be discussed.Finally, methods of facilitating notification of various port events will be presented.This document does not discuss the protocol or process by which a node gains power state control of a port, a set of ports in a node, or a set of nodes. Granting and denying a node ownership of power state control for a port, a set of ports, or a set of nodes is discussed in the 1394 Trade Association Power Specification, Part 3: Power State Management.
1999001-1 1394 Trade Association Power Specification, Part 1: Cable Power Distribution. Standard IEEE 1394-1995, High Performance Serial Bus, has been ratified as a standard via the IEEE balloting process. An examination of the IEEE 1394-1995 standard by members of the personal computer industry has concluded IEEE 1394-1995 does not provide adequate guidance for how power is to be provided, used, or managed.A supplement to IEEE 1394-1995 has been developed (Draft Revision 2.0 IEEE 1394a-2000) in which a more comprehensive definition of power distribution and management has been provided.This document, “Power Specification, Part 1: Cable Power Distribution,” is intended to provide further enhancement by providing specific implementation guidelines and more detailed clarification of the enhancements found in IEEE 1394a-2000 supplement.This document (part 1 of a three part power specification) deals with distribution of power within a network of 1394 nodes. It defines the power and voltage levels expected from compliant power providers, places restrictions on the use of 1394 power and the quantity and type of 1394 connectors a node implementation may have.Part 2 of this specification Suspend/Resume Mechanisms deals with the capabilities and implementation of low power bus states in IEEE 1394a-2000 compliant nodes (standby/resume/suspend).Part 3 of this specification, Power State Management deals with the management of changing the various power states of the individual components which make up an IEEE 1394a-2000 node – specifically the controls and mechanisms to move between various power states, the selection of power providers and routing (distribution) of power.Part 4 of this specification, Power Distribution Management deals with the management of delivering power to cable powered devices – specifically, how much power exists on the network, which nodes are consuming power and what is the power budget for newly connected devices that need power.
1999018 Direct Print Protocol Specification (Version 1.1). Digital still image handling devices such as digital still cameras, digital camcorders, scanners and set top boxes, are evolving rapidly. As a result, they have created new connectivity requirements for printers to provide output for these digital still image devices.Such digital still image handling devices usually exchange image data via a host machine such as a PC.”Peer to Peer” connection is one of the advantages of IEEE1394 High Performance Serial Bus. This allows printers to be connected directly with digital image input devices to order to print without hostPC machines.It is so called a Direct Print Application. The Direct Print Application should have the ability to enable users to use printers much more easily and will create a new digital still image culture and market.Furthermore, a generic file transfer is also efficient. It enables image browsing, file browsing and other applications based on files.This specification defines Direct Print Protocol (DPP) as a common data transfer protocol to realize the above applications. DPP defines three parts: two command sets and one data transfer protocol.Direct Print Command set (DPC) ensures output of one sheet of print regardless of the combination of image source devices and target devices. It also provides the capability to obtain better output according to the combinations and features of the devices.File Transfer Command set (FTC) ensures the transfer of one file to the peer device. It also provides the capability to transfer files efficiently according to the combinations and features of the devices.
1999005 AV/C Bulletin Board Subunit General Specification Version 1.0. This document is the specification for the AV/C Bulletin Board Subunit. The purpose and scope of this feature are summarized below.Purpose: The purpose of AV/C Bulletin Board Subunit is to provide information that can be shared with other devices on a 1394 network. The information must be related to the unit where the subunit resides.Scope: This document defines the Bulletin Board Subunit model, specific data structures and command sets. The AV/C Bulletin Board Subunit uses the descriptor mechanism defined in the AV/C Digital Interface Command Set General Specification version 3.0 and the Enhancements to AV/C General Specification 3.0, version 1.0.There are separate documents that define board-type specific data structures.
1999017 Specification for IEEE-488 Communications Using the Instrument & Industrial Control Protocol over IEEE 1394. This specification was developed with the following goals:· Define how to send and receive GPIB data mode messages.· Define how to send and receive GPIB command mode messages.· Minimize the effort of adapting an instrument currently equipped with the GPIB interface to being a device capable of using 1394.· Minimize the effort to make existing GPIB applications work with 1394 equipped instruments.
1999016 Specification for the Instrument & Industrial Control Protocol.The scope of this document is to define a lightweight communication protocol for instrumentation and industrial devices using the high-speed IEEE1394-1995 serial bus. This document defines structures and efficient, flow-controlled mechanisms to transfer data and command/control sequences to devices. This document specifies the discovery of nodes that support the protocol.It describes the set up and maintenance of the connection.It further specifies the discovery of memory mapped 1394 devices that serve as instruments or industrial devices. It defines an interrupt notification mechanism for memory mapped devices.The scope of the baseline document does not extend to defining the content of data or command/control sequences.The following documents are anticipated to make use of this baseline document:1.     IICP488. Specifies the use of IICP to send IEEE488 (GPIB) messages and control sequences.2.     A document (not named yet) on using IICP to communicate to a 1394-GPIB bridge device.
1999002 AV/C Disc Media Type Specification – CD-DA. This document defines the CD-DA media type specification for AV/C Disc subunit.This document is used in conjunction with the AV/C Disc General Specification, version 1.0.
1999006 AV/C Bulletin Board Type Specification – Resource Schedule Board 1.0.Purpose and Scope This document defines the Resource Schedule Board, which is one type of board contained in the AV/C Bulletin Board Subunit. The purpose and scope of this board are summarized below.1 Purpose The purpose of the Resource Schedule Board is to provide a location on a target device where other devices can post a schedule of the use of a target’s resources. Devices on a 1394 network can then avoid resource-scheduling conflicts on that target device.2 Scope This document defines the model for the Resource Schedule Board, Resource Schedule Board specific fields, and command set. The model and data structure in this specification follow the AV/C Digital Interface Command General Specification version 3.0 [R1], the Enhancements to AV/ General Specification 3.0 version 1.0 [R2], and the AV/C Bulletin Board Subunit General Specification [R3].
1999011 Enhancements to the AV/C Tape Recorder/Player Subunit Specification Version 2.1. This document describes some enhancements to the INPUT SIGNAL MODE command and OUTPUT SIGNAL MODE commands of the AV/C Tape Recorder/Player Subunit Specification, Version 2.1. The effect is to add a NOTIFY status to these commands so that a controller of the Tape Recorder/PlayerSubunit can be notified when there is a change in the status of these two modes.This document should be read in conjunction with the AV/C Tape Recorder/Player Subunit Specification, Version 2.1, Ref [1]
1999007 AV/C CA Subunit Specification. This document is the specification for an AV/C CA subunit. The CA subunit is a stand-alone piece of functionality that is used to descramble selected scrambled services. The model describes a generic functional block and command set that is compatible with multiple conditional access and broadcast systems.The CA Subunit provides the core functionality that is required to descramble selected services.The CA Subunit supports commands that allow the user to select a service or group of services to be descrambled, assuming that they have entitlement, and to query a future service for entitlement.
1999003 Enhancements to the AV/C Tuner Broadcast System Specification – Digital Video Broadcast (DVB), Version 1.0. This document describes enhancements to the AV/C Tuner Broadcast System Specification – Digital Video Broadcast (DVB), Version 1.0 [3].
1998015 AV/C Camera Subunit Specification. This document defines models and common command sets for an AV/C video and still camera subunit. The AV/C protocol defines models and command sets for a variety of professional and consumer electronics devices operated over IEEE 1394 – 1995. The AV/C command sets make use of the Function Control Protocol (FCP) defined by IEC – 61883 – FDIS, Digital Interface for Consumer Electric Audio/Video Equipment standard, for the transport of audio/video command and response. The audio/video devices are implemented as a common unit architecture within 1394 – 1995.
1998014 AV/C Disc Media Type Specification – MD audio. This document defines the MD-audio system specification for AV/C Disc subunit. This document is used in conjunction with the AV/C Disc Subunit Model and Command Set version 1.0.
1998009 AV/C Digital Interface Command Set for Secure Bus System. This document specifies the command for secure bus system.This command can be used for various categories relevant to the security such as Authentication and Key exchange.One category is assigned for the Authentication and Key Exchange defined by Digital Transmission Licensing Administrator (DTLA) for their Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP) system.The frame format of the command for DTCP system is also specified.Vendor dependent category is also defined.
1998018 Assignment of HAVi CTS code and Unit_SW_Version. This specification defines the CTS code for use by the Home Audio Video interoperability(HAVi) architecture. It also specifies a Unit_SW_Version for the HAVi Unit directory as defined by the 1394 Unit_Spec_ID. These values fall under the IEEE 1212-1995 specification, as referenced in [2]. These are extension to the assignment in IEC61883-1 [3].
1998011 AV/C commands for management of Asynchronous Serial Bus Connections. This document describes AV/C commands for management of asynchronous serial bus connections. An asynchronous data-transfer service efficiently transfers data between simple Serial Bus compliant devices.The scope and purpose of this activity are summarized below:Scope. The definition of AV/C commands for management of asynchronous connections, where management includes establishing, breaking, and monitoring the connection, and the definition of existing AV/C commands extension for the support of asynchronous connections.The AV/C management commands assume that the controller, producer, and consumer are attached to the same bus.Purpose. To provide mechanisms for existing AV/C devices and controllers to easily manage asynchronous connection services.
1998019 1394-based Digital Camera Specification ver. 1.20. The purpose of this document is to act as a design guide for digital camera makers that wish to use IEEE 1394 as the camera-to-PC interconnect. Adherence to the design specifications contained herein do not guarantee, but will promote interoperability for this class of device. The camera registers, fields within those registers, video formats, modes of operation, and controls for each are specified. Area has been left for growth. To make application for additional specification, contact the 1394 Trade Association Camera Working Group.
1998008 Direct Print Protocol Specification. Digital Still Image handling devices such as Digital Still Camera, Digital Camcorder, Scanner and Set Top Box, are evolving rapidly. As a result, they have created new connectivity requirements for Printers to provide output for these Digital Still Image devices.Such digital still image handling devices usually exchange image data via a host machine such as a PC. “Peer to Peer” connection is one of the advantages of IEEE1394 High Performance Serial Bus.This allows Printers to be connected directly with Digital Image Input Devices to order to print out without host PC machines. It is so called a Direct Print Application. The Direct Print Application should have the ability to enable users to use Printers much more easily and will create a new Digital Still Image culture and market.This document specifies Direct Print Protocol as a common data transfer protocol to realize Direct Print Application. Direct Print Protocol consists of two parts: Command Set and Data Transfer.This protocol ensures an output of one sheet of print regardless of the combination of image source devices and target devices. It also provides a possibility to obtain better output according to the combinations and capabilities of the devices.
1998004 AV/C Tuner Model and Command Set. This document defines a model and command set for AV/C Tuner subunits. This model supports a variety of different broadcast systems, including both analog and digital; it is possible to create an AV/C tuner subunit which supports several of these systems.The tuner subunit model makes full use of the AV/C descriptor mechanism, which is currently defined in the normative references below.
1998005 AV/C Tuner Broadcast System Specification – Digital Video Broadcast (DVB). This document defines the Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) system specification for AV/C Tuner subunits. This document is used in conjunction with the AV/C Tuner Model and Command Set specification noted in the references.
1998007 AV/C Tuner Broadcast System Specification – Analog Audio. This document defines the Analog Audio system specification for AV/C Tuner subunits. This document is used in conjunction with the AV/C Tuner Model and Command Set specification noted in the references.
1998006 AV/C Tuner Broadcast System Specification – Analog Video Version 1.0. This document defines the Analog Video Broadcast system specification for AV /C Tuner subunits. This document is used in conjunction with the AV/C Tuner Model and Command Set specification noted in the references.
1998002 AV/C Digital Interface Command Set VCR Subunit Specification Version 2.0.1. This document describes a model and command set for AV/C VCR Subunits. For a complete overview of the AV/C specification, please refer to the AV/C Digital Interface Command Set General Specification, which is in a separate document. The suite of AV/C documentation is separated into a general AV/C specification document and separate documents for each type of subunit (VCR, Tuner, Disc, etc.).
1996002 AV/C Digital Interface Command Set. This document specifies a command set used to control consumer electronic audio/video equipment. The command set builds upon an extensive body of standards work, underway and completed, as referenced in section 2. IEEE 1394.0, an IEEE standard, is the digital interface used to transport commands from controllers to AV devices (targets) and to return responses to the controllers. The unit architectures of these AV devices are defined within the scope of the configuration ROM and CSR architecture standardized by ISO/IEC. The commands themselves are encapsulated within a generic Function Control Protocol (FCP) developed by the HD Digital VCR Conference and now proposed as an IEC standard.Similarly, the format of the isochronous data itself has been developed by the HD Digital VCR Conference.This specification concerns itself narrowly with the syntax and semantics of commands transmitted by controllers to AV devices and the resultant actions that occur at the AV device. The reader is strongly encouraged to read this document in conjunction with the references listed in the this document.
1996001 1394 Specification for Response Code Usage. IEEE Std 1394—1995, Standard for a High Performance Serial Bus, has been ratified and published by the IEEE. Recent discussions, commencing with a presentation at the Architecture working group meeting of the 1394 Trade Association in Bothell, Washington in July, 1995, have demonstrated a need for more detailed definitions of response code usage in clause 6, “Link layer specification”, and clause 7, “Transaction layer specification”, with respect to the uniform use of response codes.Action is underway to commence IEEE work on extensions and clarifications to IEEE Std 1394—1995; this work is expected to include revisions to the transaction layer specification. However, the proposed work is anticipated to take between twelve and eighteen months, commencing in January 1996. In the interim, industry consensus is needed to maintain interoperability between Serial Bus devices manufactured by different vendors.This specification addresses the clarifications needed in clauses 6 and 7 of the Serial Bus standard. Members of the 1394 Trade Association shall implement the LINK and TRAN layers in their products in accordance with this specification.Although the 1394 Trade Association is not an accredited standards body, its membership consists of the leading developers of Serial Bus products. This membership, for the most part, is also very active in the IEEE standards development process and intends to propose this specification for inclusion in the IEEE extensions to Serial Bus.
1995001 Specification for TRAN Layer Services. This specification clarifies the transaction codes that shall be used by Serial Bus TRAN layer implementations. Uniform behavior of TRAN layers is intended to promote the interoperability of Serial Bus products manufactured by diverse vendors.