AC'97 has had several revisions:
- AC'97 1.x compliant indicates fixed 48K sampling rate operation (non-extended feature set)
- AC'97 2.1 compliant indicates extended audio feature set (optional variable rate, multichannel, etc.)
- AC'97 2.2 compliant indicates extended audio, enhanced riser audio support, and optional S/PDIF
- AC'97 2.3 compliant indicates extended configuration information and optional jack sensing support
AC '97 v2.3 enables Plug and Play audio for the end user. This revision provides means for the audio codec to supply parametric data about its analog interface much like Intel High Definition Audio.
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