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GSFC - NASA GPR 2810.2 REV A - WIRELESS NETWORKS AND ACCESS POINTS Organization: GSFC
Date: 2005-01-19
Description: Devices such as laptops equipped with a wireless Ethernet card, wireless Personal Digital Assistants, and Internet capable cell phones shall be treated the same as remote user access and are covered under the GSFC policy governing remote access.
GSFC - NASA GPG 2810.2 - WIRELESS NETWORKS AND ACCESS POINTS (SEE NASA GPR 2810.2) Organization: GSFC
Date: 2004-07-09
Description: Devices such as laptops equipped with a wireless Ethernet card, wireless Personal Digital Assistants, and Internet capable cell phones shall be treated the same as remote user access and are covered under the GSFC policy governing remote access.
ISA 100.11A - WIRELESS SYSTEMS FOR INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION: PROCESS CONTROL AND RELATED APPLICATIONS Organization: ISA
Date: 2011-05-04
Description: This project will address: • Low energy consumption devices, and also those applications that have latency and latency variability constraints, with the ability to scale to address large installations;  • Wireless infrastructure, interfaces to legacy infrastructure and applications, security, and network management requirements in a functionally scalable manner; • Robustness in the presence of interference found in harsh industrial environments and with legacy systems; • Coexistence with other wireless devices anticipated in the industrial work space, such as IEEE 802.11x, IEEE 802.16x, cell phones, and other relevant standards; and • Interoperability of ISA100 devices.
IEC/PAS 62734 - INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS – FIELDBUS SPECIFICATIONS – WIRELESS SYSTEMS FOR INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION: PROCESS CONTROL AND RELATED APPLICATIONS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2012-03-01
Description: The specification addresses: • low energy consumption devices, and also those applications that have latency and latency variability constraints, with the ability to scale to address large installations; • wireless infrastructure, interfaces to legacy infrastructure and applications, security, and network management requirements in a functionally scalable manner; • robustness in the presence of interference found in harsh industrial environments and with legacy systems; • coexistence with other wireless devices anticipated in the industrial work space, such as IEEE 802.11x, IEEE 802.16x, cell phones, and other relevant standards; and • interoperability of ISA100 devices.
WILEY - BROADBAND PLANAR ANTENNAS - BROADBAND PLANAR ANTENNAS: DESIGN AND APPLICATIONS Organization: WILEY
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: Research into small and broadband antennas has been spurred by the rapid development of portable wireless communication devices such as cell phones, laptops and personal digital assistants.
MCGRAW - ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY HAN - ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY HANDBOOK Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 1999-01-01
Description: You'll quickly discover the principles at the heart of such widely used technologies as transistors; integrated circuits; television; ATM machines; cell phones; bar-code readers; sensors; robotics; satellites; electron microscopes; process control; radar; global positioning system; night vision systems; and much more.
NAVY - OPNAV 5420.114A - (N2N6) NAVY ENTERPRISE INFORMATION GOVERNANCE BOARD CHARTER Organization: NAVY
Date: 2016-11-02
Description: A representative sample of IT equipment includes, but is not limited to: networks, computer workstations, laptops, personal digital assistants, hand held Internet access devices, cell and or smart phones, air cards, wireless routers, servers, copiers, printers, scanners, bar code readers, video teleconference equipment, and software applications.
WILEY - RADIO-FREQUENCY AND MICRO - RADIO-FREQUENCY AND MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION CIRCUITS: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 2ND EDITION COMPLETE DOCUMENT Organization: WILEY
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: As the superior performance of RF circuits over infrared technology becomes increasingly clear, a wide array of applications is emerging, from cordless computer keyboards to cell phones. Now in a comprehensively updated second edition, Radio-Frequency and Microwave Communication Circuits considers circuits within the broad context of communications systems.
UL 2756 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY UL ADVANTAGE PROGRAM FOR CLASS III PRODUCTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2011-08-24
Description: ., or c) Are supplied by a separable USB, LPS or Class 2 Power Source that also include a secondary (rechargeable) battery with a capacity no larger than 7000 mAh – examples being cell phones, tablet computers, etc. Examples of suitable power sources related to items a – c include: •  Listed Class 2 Transformer • Listed Class 2 Power Supply • Other Listed Equipment marked to identify the Class 2 Power Source • Limited power output ports of Listed Equipment such as USB ports, etc. that are powered by a limited power source (see UL 60950-1, Second Edition, sub-clause 2.5).
TIA TSB-146 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS IP TELEPHONY INFRASTRUCTURES IP TELEPHONY SUPPORT FOR EMERGENCY CALLING SERVICE Organization: TIA
Date: 2007-03-01
Description: Emergency calling solutions exist to retrieve user's information and geolocation for both E.164 and PLMN telephone networks: An E.164 emergency call relies on the public phone directory to retrieve information; A PLMN emergency call relies on Cell Ids and radio triangulation process to retrieve information.

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