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ITU-R F.1499 - RADIO TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS FOR FIXED BROADBAND WIRELESS ACCESS BASED ON CABLE MODEM STANDARDS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2000-01-01
ITU-R F.1499 SPANISH - RADIO TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS FOR FIXED BROADBAND WIRELESS ACCESS BASED ON CABLE MODEM STANDARDS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2000-01-01
ITU-R F.1499 FRENCH - RADIO TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS FOR FIXED BROADBAND WIRELESS ACCESS BASED ON CABLE MODEM STANDARDS Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2000-01-01
BRE IP11/13 - WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS IN DWELLINGS Organization: BRE
Date: 2013-09-01
Description: This is usually achieved through a home hub which combines the functions of a wired modem and a wireless router. The modem handles digital communication to and from the dwelling over the broadband connection while the router allows the various devices to communicate wirelessly with each other or through the broadband connection to the outside world.
ATIS T1.TRQ.8 - WWINA (WIRELESS WIDEBAND INTERNET ACCESS) - STAGE 1 AIR INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS Organization: ATIS
Date: 2002-05-01
Description: Purpose This document outlines the requirements for the Wireless Wideband InterNet Access (WWINA) Air Interface (AI) standard that enables wireless portability and nomadic roaming subscriber services that compete with the DSL and cable modem markets.
IET - INTRODUCTION TO BROADBAND - INTRODUCTION TO BROADBAND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Organization: IET
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: Part 3 focuses on access networks-digital subscriber line (DSL), cable modem, and passive optical networks. Part 4 deals with wireless networks-wireless data services, personal communications service (PCS), and satellite communications.
ISO/IEC 29341-13-11 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – UPNP DEVICE ARCHITECTURE – PART 13-11: DEVICE SECURITY DEVICE CONTROL PROTOCOL – SECURITY CONSOLE SERVICE - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2008-11-01
Description: These situations can include: use of wireless, power-line networking or cable modem without a firewall, allowing an attacker to join the network without the user's knowledge or permission shared infrastructure networks, such as a college dorm or a condominium building wired for Ethernet as one network segment serving more than one person's residence households of multiple adults or teens, in which each individual wants to establish a private security domain, in addition to any domain of devices or control points shared among them, while using a shared network domain connections to the Internet via devices or services that create single network segments of multiple subscribers as a side effect of offering network connectivity (such as some cable modems and some ISP connections) households in which guests might bring mobile devices or control points into the network temporarily In such networks of intentional or accidental sharing, one cannot rely on physical network security to protect devices or on discovery methods (e.g., multicast SSDP) to compile a list of "My Devices" or "My Control Points".
ITU-T J.460.2 - IPCABLECOM2 RESIDENTIAL SIP TELEPHONY: EMBEDDED DIGITAL VOICE ADAPTER (E-DVA) SPECIFICATION - STUDY GROUP 9 Organization: ITU-T
Date: 2008-06-01
Description: IPCablecom 2.0 is based upon 3GPP IMS, but includes additional functionality necessary to meet the requirements of cable operators. Recognizing developing converged solutions for wireless, wireline, and cable, it is expected that further development of IPCablecom 2.0 will continue to monitor and contribute to IMS developments in 3GPP, with the aim of alignment of 3GPP IMS and IPCablecom 2.0.
IET - LOCAL ACCESS NETWORK TECH - LOCAL ACCESS NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES Organization: IET
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: The large scale deployment of cable systems warrants a specific chapter on this topic, Chapter 15, which describes not only cable technology and means for delivering TV and voice, but also covers the DOCSIS standard for data (and Internet) delivery using cable modems. Chapter 16 discusses the increasing use of SDK in the access network.
CSA C813.1 - PERFORMANCE TEST METHOD FOR UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLIES - SECOND EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: MARCH 2015 Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: ., electrical substation or neighborhood-level UPSs); c) cable TV (CATV) UPSs designed to power the cable signal distribution system outside plant equipment and connected directly or indirectly to the cable itself. The "cable" may be coaxial cable (metallic wire), fiber-optic, or wireless (e.g., "Wi-Fi"); d) UPSs designed to comply with specific safety-related applications, such as emergency lighting, operations or egress, or medical diagnostic equipment; e) UPSs designed for mobile, ship board, marine, or airborne applications; and f) Dc-output UPSs/rectifiers.
ITU-T G.1050 - NETWORK MODEL FOR EVALUATING MULTIMEDIA TRANSMISSION PERFORMANCE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL - STUDY GROUP 12 Organization: ITU-T
Date: 2016-07-01
Description: Characteristics of other access technologies such as cable television (CATV) and wireless are for further study. – Abnormal events such as link failures and route flaps (and the packet reordering that such events can cause) are not included in this Recommendation.

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