IPMX-Enable Your Products Quickly and Easily
Turnkey IPMX FPGA Cores and Software
Nextera and Adeas offer industry leading FPGA IP cores for ST 2110, ST 2059, NMOS, and now IPMX! Our cores have been broadly deployed and proven worldwide. We look forward to sharing our expertise to help you IPMX-enable your product line.
A full reference/demo design project is provided along with all of the drivers, daemons, system control software, and a Web GUI so customers can start with a working system and customize to their needs.
What is IPMX?
IPMX is the new AV over IP standard for use in Professional AV. Based on the widely adopted and proven ST 2110 standard with NMOS control software, IPMX finally makes AV over IP truly interoperable.
AV over IP Cores
- ST 2110 Encoder and Decoder
- ST 2059 PTP Timing
- IP Framer and Filter
- NMOS IS-04, IS-05, IS-08, IS-09, and IS-10
- NMOS for IPMX
- IPMX System Timing (RTCP)
- Clock Recovery
- TR-08 Compliant (requires JPEG-XS Core)
- Included IPMX support for:
- TR-10-1 (System Timing)
- TR-10-2 (Video)
- TR-10-3 (Audio)
- TR-10-4 (Ancillary)
- TR-10-8 (NMOS)
- Networks with and without a Common Clock Reference
- Fully integrated and modular solution
- ST 2110 and NMOS base cores have been interop tested and proven in Broadcast TV
- Uncompressed & Compressed (JPEG-XS, etc.)
- Format and Frame Rate Independent
- Any Resolution: Video/Computer up to 8K+
- Any Network: 1G, 2.5G, 5G, 10G, and 25G+
- Any Color Space: RGB or YCbCr (w/ Key)
- Any Color Sampling: 4:4:4, 4:2:2, or 4:2:0
- Any Bit Depth: 8, 10, 12, or 16 bit
- Audio Sample Rate Independent
- Programmable Packet Time
- L16, L20, L24, AES3 Audio
Delivered as RTL IP Cores, including all PetaLinux software drivers, daemons, system control software, and a Web GUI, along with:
- Product Guides
- Application Note
- HDMI I/O Demo Design for:
- Zynq UltraScale+ ZCU106 (1G or 10G)
The ST 2110 IP core set provides broadcast and professional AV equipment the ability to send and/or receive professional media over IP networks. The core supports the following sub standards:
- ST 2110-10: System timing
- ST 2110-20: Uncompressed active video
- ST 2110-21: Traffic shaping
- ST 2110-22: Compressed video
- ST 2110-30: PCM digital audio
- ST 2110-31: AES3 transparent transport
- ST 2110-40: Ancillary data
The modularity and configurability allow an efficient implementation, using only the necessary RTL logic to minimize resources. Supports gateway and synthetic essence operation.
Compatible with any IP core, any OS, on any platform, the NMOS Software Core Linux Daemon enables SMPTE ST 2110 based products to interoperate on a multi-vendor IP network.
Developed by the Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA) and specified by the Joint Taskforce on Networked Media (JT-NM). NMOS Enables devices to be truly ST 2110 compliant.
- IS-04: Discovery and Registration of ST 2110 devices on the network
- IS-05: Connection Management for switching in a standard way by any broadcast controller
- IS-07: Event & Tally provides the IP equivalent of GPIO events
- IS-08: Audio Channel mapping from multiple sources into a single destination
- IS-09: Enables automatic discovery of system parameters
- IS-10: API Security to secure the control layer
IPMX Encoder/Decoder Block Diagram