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ETSI - EN 301 390 - FIXED RADIO SYSTEMS; POINT-TO-POINT AND MULTIPOINT SYSTEMS; UNWANTED EMISSIONS IN THE SPURIOUS DOMAIN AND RECEIVER IMMUNITY LIMITS AT EQUIPMENT/ANTENNA PORT OF DIGITAL FIXED RADIO SYSTEMS - V1.3.1 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2013-08-01
Description: It recommends different category of level limits applicable to the Fixed Service; - Recommendation ITU-R SM.1539 [2] describes the application of the boundary concept between out-of-band and spurious emission domains; - Recommendation ITU-R F.1191 [3] define the application of Radio Regulations [i.13] and SM set of Recommendation ITU-Rs concepts of out-of-band, unwanted and spurious emissions to DFRS, clarify the applicability for the boundary between out-of-band and Spurious emissions domains but maintain the same pos sible limit options provided by ITU-R Recommendation SM.329-10 [1]; - CEPT/ERC Recommendation 74-01 [4], endorses only the more stringent Category B limits of Recommendation ITU-R SM.329-10 [1]; - after the coming into force of RTTE Directive [i.12] the emissions and immunity at antenna port fall under its article 3.2 requirements for "effective use of spectrum" and "avoidance of harmful interference" and they are no longer an EMC requirement; - it is convenient to maintain a single EN covering these parameters instead of replicating them on each single product standard, avoiding possible deviation from what required by other CEPT and ITU-R normative; - limits for unwanted emissions in the spurious domain are supposed to be fixed in view of inter-working compatibility among various Fixed Radio Systems in same or different band exploited in the same area; - the measurement of the required limits should also be feasible in a suitable and cost effective conformance test (annex B gives also information in this field); - it is necessary that DFRS receivers provide a minimum level of immunity at antenna port towards possible interference at any frequency band of practical interest; - a suitable and easy to perform criterion for DFRS receivers' immunity at antenna port may be considered the application of a CW interference.
IEC 62055-41 - ELECTRICITY METERING – PAYMENT SYSTEMS – PART 41: STANDARD TRANSFER SPECIFICATION (STS) – APPLICATION LAYER PROTOCOL FOR ONE-WAY TOKEN CARRIER SYSTEMS - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2014-05-01
Description: This part of IEC 62055 specifies the application layer protocol of the STS for transferring units of credit and other management information from a point of sale (POS) system to an STScompliant payment meter in a one-way token carrier system.
IEC 62055-41 REDLINE - ELECTRICITY METERING – PAYMENT SYSTEMS – PART 41: STANDARD TRANSFER SPECIFICATION (STS) – APPLICATION LAYER PROTOCOL FOR ONE-WAY TOKEN CARRIER SYSTEMS - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2014-05-01
Description: This part of IEC 62055 specifies the application layer protocol of the STS for transferring units of credit and other management information from a point of sale (POS) system to an STScompliant payment meter in a one-way token carrier system.
DS/IEC 62055-41 - ELECTRICITY METERING - PAYMENT SYSTEMS - PART 41: STANDARD TRANSFER SPECIFICATION (STS) - APPLICATION LAYER PROTOCOL FOR ONE-WAY TOKEN CARRIER SYSTEMS Organization: DS
Date: 2014-05-23
Description: This part of IEC 62055 specifies the application layer protocol of the STS for transferring units of credit and other management information from a point of sale (POS) system to an STScompliant payment meter in a one-way token carrier system.
DS/CEN ISO/TS 14441 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - SECURITY AND PRIVACY REQUIREMENTS OF EHR SYSTEMS FOR USE IN CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT Organization: DS
Date: 2014-01-20
Description: The point-of-service (POS) clinical software is typically part of a larger system, for example, running on top of an operating system, so it must work in concert with other components to provide proper security and privacy.
ISO/IEC 9995-4 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - KEYBOARD LAYOUTS FOR TEXT AND OFFICE SYSTEMS - PART 4: NUMERIC SECTION - THIRD EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-10-15
Description: The numeric zone ZN0 is to be used in keyboards for applications such as text and data processing, general office environment, banking, point of sales (POS), telematic services, telephony apparatus, home electronic systems, numerical control of machinery and equipment, input of personal identification number (PIN), etc.
CSA ISO/IEC 9995-4 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - KEYBOARD LAYOUTS FOR TEXT AND OFFICE SYSTEMS - PART 4: NUMERIC SECTION Organization: CSA
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: The numeric zone ZN0 is to be used in keyboards for applications such as text and data processing, general office environment, banking, point of sales (POS), telematic services, telephony apparatus, home electronic systems, numerical control of machinery and equipment, input of personal identification number (PIN), etc.
DSF/ISO/IEC/IEEE FDIS 8802-15-4 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN SYSTEMS - LOCAL AND METROPOLITAN AREA NETWORKS - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Description: IEEE Std 802.15.4 defines the physical layer (PHY) and medium access control (MAC) sublayer specifications for low-data-rate wireless connectivity with fixed, portable, and moving devices with no battery or very limited battery consumption requirements typically operating in the personal operating space (POS) of 10 m. It is foreseen that, depending on the application, a longer range at a lower data rate may be an acceptable tradeoff.
IEEE 802.15.1 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY—TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN SYSTEMS—LOCAL AND METROPOLITAN AREA NETWORKS—SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS PART 15.1: WIRELESS MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL (MAC) AND PHYSICAL LAYER (PHY) SPECIFICATIONS FOR WIRELESS PERSONAL AREA NETWORKS (WPANS) - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY Organization: IEEE
Date: 2005-02-14
Description: This standard defines physical layer (PHY) and medium access control (MAC) specifications for wireless connectivity with fixed, portable, and moving devices within or entering a personal operating space (POS). A POS is the space about a person or object that typically extends up to 10 m in all directions and envelops the person whether stationary or in motion.
DS/ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-15-4 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN SYSTEMS - LOCAL AND METROPOLITAN AREA NETWORKS - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - PART 15-4: WIRELESS MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL (MAC) AND PHYSICAL LAYER (PHY) SPECIFICATIONS FOR LOW-RATE WIRELESS PERSONAL AREA NETWORKS (WPANS) Organization: DS
Date: 2011-02-08
Description: IEEE Std 802.15.4 defines the physical layer (PHY) and medium access control (MAC) sublayer specifications for low-data-rate wireless connectivity with fixed, portable, and moving devices with no battery or very limited battery consumption requirements typically operating in the personal operating space (POS) of 10 m. It is foreseen that, depending on the application, a longer range at a lower data rate may be an acceptable tradeoff.
ISO/IEC/IEEE 8802-15-4 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE BETWEEN SYSTEMS - LOCAL AND METROPOLITAN AREA NETWORKS - SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - PART 15-4: WIRELESS MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL (MAC) AND PHYSICAL LAYER (PHY) SPECIFICATIONS FOR LOW-RATE WIRELESS PERSONAL AREA NETWORKS (WPANS) - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-10-15
Description: IEEE Std 802.15.4 defines the physical layer (PHY) and medium access control (MAC) sublayer specifications for low-data-rate wireless connectivity with fixed, portable, and moving devices with no battery or very limited battery consumption requirements typically operating in the personal operating space (POS) of 10 m. It is foreseen that, depending on the application, a longer range at a lower data rate may be an acceptable tradeoff.
PACKT - MASTERING NATURAL LANGUAG - MASTERING NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING WITH PYTHON Organization: PACKT
Date: 2016-06-10
Description: What You Will Learn • Implement string matching algorithms and normalization techniques • Implement statistical language modeling techniques • Get an insight into developing a stemmer, lemmatizer, morphological analyzer, and morphological generator • Develop a search engine and implement POS tagging concepts and statistical modeling concepts involving the n gram approach • Familiarize yourself with concepts such as the Treebank construct, CFG construction, the CYK Chart Parsing algorithm, and the Earley Chart Parsing algorithm • Develop an NER-based system and understand and apply the concepts of sentiment analysis • Understand and implement the concepts of Information Retrieval and text summarization • Develop a Discourse Analysis System and Anaphora Resolution based system In Detail Natural Language Processing is one of the fields of computational linguistics and artificial intelligence that is concerned with human-computer interaction.
UL 962 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY HOUSEHOLD AND COMMERCIAL FURNISHINGS - FOURTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JANUARY 13, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2014-11-07
Description: These requirements cover: a) Motor-operated furniture, such as motor-operated beds lift, chairs and blood donor chairs; b) Electrified and non-electrified furniture; c) Non-seasonal electrical decorations such as lava lamps and wave machines; d) Home and individual office furnishings, such as study carrels, consoles and desks; e) Commercial product and informational retail sale displays such as: 1) Shelving units (Gondolas); 2) Merchandise kiosks (such as the mini-stores in the middle of a mall); 3) Cash station stands (POS – Point of Sale); 4) Motorized carpet displays; and 5) Product platforms f) Electrified building components, such as heated and electro-chromatic windows and illuminated mirror and bathroom television cabinets; g) Illuminated make-up mirrors; h) Other similar miscellaneous furnishings intended for use in residential or commercial environments; i) Conference room tables; and j) Massage tables.

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