An Intergrated Controller Design for Multimedia Equipment

Abstract

MECS, the multimedia environmental control system, is a Windows-based tool for connection management. It carries out as an application interface to a wireless network packet communication system, in which it is used to provide local and remote audio and video control, and to interact with the other RS232/infrared-oriented devices that support shared controlling processes. In this paper we document the design, operation and continued evolution of MECS. We present MECS's general architecture model, its connection control protocol and its relationship to other system components.

DOI: 10.1109/IBICA.2011.63

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@article{Lin2011AnIC, title={An Intergrated Controller Design for Multimedia Equipment}, author={Ming-Hung Lin and Tzuu-Shaang Wey and Sheng-Yao Hu and Nien-Tsu Hu}, journal={2011 Second International Conference on Innovations in Bio-inspired Computing and Applications}, year={2011}, pages={241-244} }