The OCA Microdemo is a demonstration product developed by OCA Alliance members. Its primary purpose is to prove that OCA can run well in lightweight hardware environments. The MicroDemo meets minimum requirements for AES70 compliance, and provides a small set of OCA-controlled application functions as well.
The custom software, finished schematic diagrams, and PC board layouts, for the MicroDemo are publicly available at no charge, on commercially appropriate licensing terms. Please review the OCA Alliance End User License Agreement (EULA) prior to downloading and using these tools.
Focusrite RedNet Virtual OCA Device
The Focusrite RedNet Virtual OCA Device is a device simulation developed by Focusrite.
It is useful when testing OCA Controllers.
The device simulation is available as a Windows executable.
Download ZIP Archive here: Focusrite RedNet Virtual OCA Device.zip
AES70 Implementation Chart
The AES70 Implementation Chart is an Excel spreadsheet template that offers a standard way for documenting the OCA objects of a device. It is similar in purpose to the "MIDI Implementation Chart" pages frequently found in user manuals of MIDI-controlled devices. The AES70 Implementation chart is not part of the AES70 standard itself, but instead a recommended practice offered by the OCA Alliance.
Download here: OCA Implementation Chart v06 .xltm
Here are example implementation charts for OCA devices mentioned elsewhere in this site:
OCA Wireshark Plugin
Wireshark is a widely used network protocol analyzer. This plugin allows analyzing OCA network traffic using wireshark.
Download here: OCP.1.lua
OCA Alliance member downloads
Other OCA downloads are available to OCA Alliance members. These are mainly software development tools. Alliance membership information can be found here: http://ocaalliance.com/membership/