Stands for "ITS Data Bus-1394." An automotive network protocol for high-speed multimedia applications promulgated by the 1394 Trade Association's Automotive Working Group.
 BT.601 Transport Over IEEE-1394
A transport protocol for sending BT.601 video streams (YUV, RGB, etc.) over IDB-1394, promulgated by the 1394 Trade Association.
 Physical layer
The first of seven layers when transmission functions are divided into seven layers, as defined by the OSI Reference Model. A key part of network hardware through which bit arrays are transmitted.
 Link layer
The second layer in the OSI Reference Model, in which packets are formed and transport is managed.
Digital Transmission Content Protection. An encryption protocol that prevents unauthorized duplication, download or alteration of audio or visual media.
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