Find the standard you are looking for at Engineering360. Documents are available for purchase from the IHS Standards Store.

1 - 13 of 13 results

ATIS T1.TR.45 - SPEECH PACKETIZATION Organization: ATIS
Date: 1995-12-01
Description: This report does not address the following topics: the different treatments within the network that may be accorded to packets depending on their assignment to priority classes — in general, however, it is agreed that the network should give priority to speech over digital data to reduce delay and delay variability, and to decouple bursty traffic from real-time traffic; quality of service for different traffic classes. In March 1993, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) was reorganized and the CCITT renamed as the Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T).
IES RP-22 - TUNNEL LIGHTING Organization: IES
Date: 2011-02-12
Description: Tunnels may require considerably different treatment of the threshold zone luminance values, depending on variables such as geographic orientation, geometric design, traffic volume, traffic speed, service levels, light sources used, and modes of light application.
BICSI 006 - DISTRIBUTED ANTENNA SYSTEM (DAS) DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION BEST PRACTICES Organization: BICSI
Date: 2015-05-01
Description: In 2014, mobile data traffic was nearly 30 times the size of the entire global Internet traffic in 2000. Over the next 5 years, mobile data is projected to increase by factor of 10.
ATIS 0100312 - VOICE PACKETIZATION – PACKETIZED VOICE PROTOCOL Organization: ATIS
Date: 1991-05-01
Description: The extension of this standard for baseband facsimile traffic is currently under study. This standard does not address performance issues.
TIA/EIA TSB 74 - SUPPORT FOR 14.4 KBPS DATA RATE AND PCS INTERACTION FOR WIDEBAND SPREAD SPECTRUM CELLULAR SYSTEMS Organization: TIA
Date: 1995-12-01
Description: The service configuration can include multiple active service options and can maker's of both primary and secondary traffic. Backward compatibility with service option negotiation, as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-95-A, is maintained.
AAMI ST41 - ETHYLENE OXIDE STERILIZATION IN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES: SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS - FDA RECOGNIZED Organization: AAMI
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: Exclusions This recommended practice does not cover a) specific construction and performance criteria for EO sterilizers (see ANSI/AAMI ST24), b) detailed design criteria for central service departments (see ANSI/AAMI ST79), c) guidelines for the use of EO sterilizers that release EO or an EO blend inside the package containing the wrapped items to be sterilized, or d) the reprocessing of devices labeled for single use only.
ETSI - TS 146 060 - DIGITAL CELLULAR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (PHASE 2+); ENHANCED FULL RATE (EFR) SPEECH TRANSCODING - V13.0.0; 3GPP TS 46.060 VERSION 13.0.0 RELEASE 13 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: The transcoding procedure specified in the present document is applicable for the enhanced full rate speech traffic channel (TCH) in the GSM system. In GSM 06.51 [5], a reference configuration for the speech transmission chain of the GSM enhanced full rate (EFR) system is shown.
ASA - ANSI/ASA S12.60 PART 1 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD ACOUSTICAL PERFORMANCE CRITERIA, DESIGN REQUIREMENTS, AND GUIDELINES FOR SCHOOLS, PART 1: PERMANENT SCHOOLS - INCLUDES INTERPRETATIONS : MARCH 2014 Organization: ASA
Date: 2010-04-28
Description: This standard applies to siting and building-design-dependent sources of intrusive noise in learning spaces in schools, including noise produced by heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems; building services; and exterior sound sources such as vehicular traffic and aircraft overflights. This standard applies to the design and performance of unoccupied spaces and does not apply to sound generated within a classroom by its occupants including voices and the sounds of classroom activities such as the moving of chairs, nor does it apply to the sound from portable or permanent built-in equipment used during the course of instruction, such as computers, as long as the equipment can be turned off in the room.
ATIS 0100511 - B-ISDN ATM LAYER CELL TRANSFER Organization: ATIS
Date: 2003-02-01
Description: 3 Consistent by reference to ITU-T Recommendation I.356, the T1.511-2003 parameters apply to cell streams in which all cells conform with the negotiated ITU-T Recommendation I.371 traffic contract. 4 The recommended ATM performance values to be achieved nationally for each of the defined parameters depend on which Quality of Service (QoS) class the end-users and network providers agree upon for the connection.
ATIS T1.TR.53 - TRANSMISSION PERFORMANCE GUIDELINES FOR ATM TECHNOLOGY INTENDED FOR INTEGRATION INTO NETWORKS SUPPORTING VOICEBAND SERVICES Organization: ATIS
Date: 1997-06-01
Description: Thus, the guidelines were generated on the assumption that there were no cell loss occurrences; no errored cells; no misinserted cells; and switches were adequately designed and traffic loading was controlled so as to ensure there were not lost cells due to CDV or traffic blocking.
ATIS 0100513 - FRAME RELAY DATA COMMUNICATION SERVICE -ACCESS, USER INFORMATION TRANSFER, DISENGAGEMENT, AND AVAILABILITY PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS Organization: ATIS
Date: 2003-02-01
Description: This standard is organized as follows: – Clause 2 presents the normative references; – Clause 3 defines a performance model and a set of frame transfer reference events (FEs) that provide a basis for performance parameter definition; – Clause 4 defines frame-based speed of service, accuracy, and dependability parameters for the information transfer phase using the FEs defined in clause 3; – Clause 5 defines quality of services classes for the information transfer phase; – Clause 6 provides allocation rules for the objectives of the classes of clause 5; – Clause 7 defines frame-based speed of service, accuracy, and dependability parameters for the access and disengagement phases using the FEs defined in clause 3; – Clause 8 defines the PVC availability parameters using the primary parameters defined in clause 4; – Annex A presents a test for judging traffic conformance for performance assessment purposes; – Annex B defines bit-based accuracy and dependability parameters associated with the transfer of user information in frame relay services; – Annex C provides a glossary of acronyms; – Annex D provides information on sampling estimation of the PVC availability parameters; – Annex E discusses the performance effects of network indications of congestion and makes general recommendations for controlling these effects; – Annex F identifies effects of external connection elements on measured performance; – Annex G presents relationships between Frame Relay and ATM performance for Frame Relay PVCs supported by an ATM network; and – Annex H is the Bibliography.
ATIS 0100517 - PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS AND OBJECTIVES FOR INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK Organization: ATIS
Date: 1995-07-01
Description: The actual values achieved in a connection portion will depend on many factors, including the traffic expected and actually offered, the internal network topology, and the signalling rates on the access and internetwork circuit sections.
SAE ARP6467 - HUMAN FACTORS MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE FLIGHT DECK DISPLAY OF DATA LINKED NOTICES TO AIRMEN (NOTAMS) Organization: SAE
Date: 2014-02-01
Description: While this ARP focuses solely on the flight deck of aircraft, the guidance may be expanded in the future to apply to displays for dispatchers, air traffic controllers, and other NOTAM users. Purpose The purpose of this ARP is to provide specific human factors guidance regarding the display of NOTAMs on the flight deck to designers/developers and foundational information to the regulators.

1 - 13 of 13 results