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IEEE - IEEE 1394 - A HIGH-PERFORMANCE SERIAL BUS - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY Organization: IEEE
Date: 2008-06-12
Description: The following are included in IEEE Std 1394b-2002:a) Cables and connectors for gigabit signaling and long distance (up to 100 m);b) Detection of physical loops in the bus topology and their subsequent resolution by selective disabling of physical layer (PHY) port(s);c) The same circuits may be used to transmit either data-strobe (DS) signals or SB/lOB-encoded signals;d) Extension of the PHY-link interface to higher data rates over an 8 bit parallel bus;e) Extension of the PHY-link interface to higher data rates over a bit-serial bus;f) Definition of high-speed bit protocols to handle various bus arbitration signals and the transport of slower data packets by bit-stuffed, high-speed packets;g) Protocols for signal speed matching at connect time;h) Port initialization protocols suitable for use over ac-coupled connections; andi) Various informative annexes to discuss testing and compliance procedures for gigabit connections.
SNZ - AS/NZS IEC 61935.1 - SPECIFICATION FOR THE TESTING OF BALANCED AND COAXIAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CABLING PART 1: INSTALLED BALANCED CABLING AS SPECIFIED IN ISO/IEC 11801 AND RELATED STANDARDS Organization: SNZ
Date: 2012-09-07
Description: However, 2-pair cabling links that share the same sheath with other links are tested as 4-pair cabling. 1) IEEE 1394b: 2002, High Performance Serial Bus (High Speed Supplement)
CENELEC - EN 61935-1 - SPECIFICATION FOR THE TESTING OF BALANCED AND COAXIAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CABLING - PART 1: INSTALLED BALANCED CABLING AS SPECIFIED IN THE STANDARDS SERIES EN 50173 Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2009-12-01
Description: However, 2-pair cabling links that share the same sheath with other links are tested as 4-pair cabling. 1) IEEE 1394b: 2002, High Performance Serial Bus (High Speed Supplement)
NAVY - BUMED 5239.2 - (BUMED-M09B6) PROTECTION OF SENSITIVE, PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION (PHI), AND PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION (PII) DATA AT REST (DAR) ON MOBILE COMPUTING AND PORTABLE STORAGE DEVICES Organization: NAVY
Date: 2007-11-08
Description: Applies to any portable storage device that is easily removable and stores data that can be connected to a Navy Medicine network, workstation, or other computing device via cable, universal serial bus (USB), Firewire (IEEE 1394), I-Link, infrared, radio frequency, personal computer memory card international association (PCMCIA), or any other external connection that would allowed data to be transferred and removed, per reference (k).
IEEE - IEEE 1596 - STANDARD FOR SCALABLE COHERENT INTERFACE (SCI) - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY DOCUMENT Organization: IEEE
Date: 1992-03-19
Description: Historical Perspective and AcknowledgmentsMost of the developers of SCI come from high-speed-bus backgrounds, such as Fastbus (IEEE Std 960-1989) or Futurebus (IEEE Std 896.1-1987). Paul Sweazey, who was the coordinator of the Futurebus cache coherence task group, initiated a SuperBus Study Group under the IEEE Computer Society's Microprocessor Standards Committee in November 1987 to consider whether something could be done for the next bus generation to avoid the multitude of competing incompatible standards we saw in the 32-bit generation.

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