Tag: Wired-and-wireless-communications

IEEE 503-1978

IEEE P1765

This document provides recommended practices for the evaluation of receiver measurements of error vector magnitude of a digitally modulated wireless communication signal and the evaluation of the associated uncertainty.

IEEE P802.15.13

This standard defines the protocol and compatible network equipment for optical wireless communications and its operation as an optical wireless personal area network (OWPAN) supporting data rates of multiple Gbit/s for wireless specialty applications. The standard defines a medium access control (MAC) layer operating in beacon-enabled or non-beacon-enabled mode and three physical layers (PHYs) enabling low complexity, low power, and high throughput.


This standard establishes the principles of analysis for and the documentation of the defenses provided against Common Cause Failure (CCF) of Electrical, Instrumentation and Control systems in nuclear facilities. It covers CCF from hazards and also from systematic faults. The standard does not provide requirements on detailed design or of acceptance criteria for the adequacy of CCF defense.


This amendment specifies a Unified Modeling Language (UML)-based information model and YANG data models that allow configuration and status reporting for bridges and bridge components (as specified by this standard) with the capabilities currently specified in clauses 12.29 (scheduled traffic), 12.30 (frame preemption) and 12.31 (per-stream filtering and policing) of this standard. It further defines the relationship between the information and data model and models for the other management capabilities specified in this standard. Additionally, this amendment will address errors or omissions to existing features related to the aforementioned clauses.


This standard specifies protocols, procedures, and management objects for locally-unique assignment of 48-bit and 64-bit addresses in IEEE 802 networks. Peer-to-peer address claiming and address server capabilities are specified.


This standard defines an Upper Layer Interface (ULI) sublayer in Layer 2 (L2), between Layer 3 (L3) and the IEEE 802.15.4 Media Access Control (MAC) sublayer. The ULI provides data and management service access points (SAPs) for interface to the IEEE 802.15.4 MAC. The ULI adapts L3 protocols and provides operational configuration including network and radio regulation requirements of the IEEE 802.15.4 MAC. Further more, the ULI integrates optional upper Layer 2 functionalities focused on interfacing to the IEEE 802.15.4 MAC such as Key Management Protocols (KMPs), L2 routing (L2R) protocols, L2 fragmentation, and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) IPv6…


This standard specifies Bridges that interconnect individual LANs, each supporting the IEEE 802 MAC Service using a different or identical media access control method, to provide Bridged Networks and VLANs.

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