RST

Description
The RST ( Running Status Table ) is designed for quick updates on the timing status of one or more events. This may be necessary if an event starts earlier or later.
TR 101 290
  • The time between receiving the last byte of the section and the first byte of the next section should be at least 25 ms.
  • The Scrambling Control must have the binary value '00' ( umscrambled )
  • Descriptors
    There are no descriptors for the RST.

    name bits description
    RST
    Table ID 8 Indicates to which table this section belongs, in this case RST (0x72)
    section_syntax_indicator 1 always binary value '0'
    reserved future use 1 always binary value '1'
    Reserved 2 always binary value '11'
    Section Length 12 The length in bytes of the section. The first two bits have binary value '00'. The length starts right after this field. The maximum value is 1021, so the maximum length of the section is 1024 bytes.
    Transport stream ID 16 The ID of the transport stream which the Running Status Table informs about.
    Original Network ID 16 The ID of the network transport stream where it originated.
    Service ID 16 The Service ID (program number) on which this table informas about the running status.
    Event ID 16 Identification of the event.
    Reserved future use 5 always binary value '11111'
    running status 3 This field gives information about the status of the service. 000 = undefined, 001 = not running, 010 = start in a few seconds, 011 = pauze, 100 = running, 101 - 111 reserved for future use