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ITU-T P.381 - Technical requirements and test methods for the universal wired headset or headphone interface of digital mobile terminals
March 1, 2017 - ITU-T

This Recommendation specifies electrical requirements and test methods for the universal analogue headset/headphone interface used in digital mobile terminals. The principle of this document is to ensure adequate compatibility between the digital mobile terminal and the wired...

ITU-T P.382 - Technical requirements and test methods for multi-microphone wired headset or headphone interfaces of digital wireless terminals
July 1, 2016 - ITU-T

This Recommendation specifies electrical requirements and test methods for a multi-microphone headset/headphone interface used in digital mobile terminals. The principle of this recommendation is to ensure adequate compatibility between the digital mobile terminal and the...

MIL-DTL-27467 - HEADSET, ELECTRICAL H-154A/AIC
May 4, 2018 - NPFC

This specification covers one type of headset, designated Electrical Headset H-154A/AIC.

MIL-DTL-49092 - HEADSET-MICROPHONE H-325( )/TTC
July 29, 2016 - NPFC

This specification covers one type of single earphone headset with a noise cancelling dynamic microphone; designated as Headset-Microphone H-325( )/TTC. (See 6.1).

ITU-T P.310 - Transmission characteristics for narrow-band digital handset and headset telephones
June 1, 2009 - ITU-T

This Recommendation deals with sending and receiving frequency response, loudness rating, noise, distortion, out-of-band signals, linearity, sidetone, echo and delay of narrow-band (300-3400 Hz) digital handset and headset telephones using "Waveform" encoding according to [ITU-T G.711] (PCM...

ARINC 535B - LIGHTWEIGHT HEADSET AND BOOM MICROPHONE
June 6, 2016 - ARINC

This document describes the aircraft industry recommendations for a headset with integral boom microphone suitable for pilot use in all types of aircraft using conventional radio installations. This document, ARINC Characteristic 535B, is in addition to and does not supersede the older ARINC...

MIL-H-3679 - HEADSET, ELECTRICAL
NPFC
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ARINC 535A - Lightweight Headset and Boom Microphone
March 3, 1972 - ARINC

This Characteristic covers the requirements for a lightweight headset with integral boom microphone suitable for pilot use in conventional airborne radio installations. Characteristic 535A incorporates changes to the older Characteristic 535 (dated March 1957) and serves as a continuation...

A-A-55568 - HEADSET-MICROPHONE, LIGHTWEIGHT, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
July 23, 2014 - NPFC

This commercial item description (CID) covers the general requirements for lightweight headsetmicrophones, for both amplified and unamplified receiver type headsets that were originally specified in the canceled MIL-H-83534 and MIL-H-83535. Requirements for specific...

FAA-E-2603 - NOISE CANCELING HEADSET AND HANDSET
October 7, 1977 - DOT

- The equipments specified herein are two types of lightweight headset assemblies and a handset assembly designed for use as an FAA standard and used with communication systems at air traffic control facilities. The assemblies consist of a transmit unit, an amplifier, receiver unit, a...

MIL-DTL-55535 - HEADSET-MICROPHONE KIT MK-1039/G
February 27, 2015 - NPFC

This specification covers Headset-Microphone Kit MK-1039/G. This Headset-Microphone Kit is designed to fit both the regular and large size Combat Vehicle Crewman's Helmet. The electrical characteristics of the kit are compatible with Tactical Radio Systems, such as the VRC-12. The...

MIL-DTL-49198 - HEADSET-MICROPHONE KIT, MK-1564( )/AIC
November 14, 2014 - NPFC

This specification covers Headset-Microphone Kit MK-1564( )/AIC. The kit is designed to fit both the regular and extra-large size Helmet, Flying Type SPH-4.

ITU-T P.313 - Transmission characteristics for cordless and mobile digital terminals
June 1, 2015 - ITU-T

This Recommendation deals with electro-acoustic performance parameters of portable digital cordless and mobile terminals. The requirements given below should ensure satisfactory voice service in a high percentage of installations under normal conditions, but other factors impacting the...

MIL-H-83511/8 - MICROPHONE HEADSET H182A/PT
NPFC
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MIL-H-13109 - HEADSET, ELECTRICAL; GENERAL
NPFC
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MIL-DTL-15514 - TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT, SOUND POWERED TELEPHONE HANDSET, HEADSET – CHEST SET, AND HEADSET – CHEST SET, NOISE ATTENUATING
January 19, 2016 - NPFC

This specification covers sound powered telephone handsets, headset-chest sets, and headset-chest sets, noise attenuating, for naval shipboard and shore use.

MIL-DTL-83511 - Headset-Microphone and Headset-Electrical (Medium Noise Attenuation, Hearing Protective), General Specification for
September 20, 2018 - NPFC

This specification covers headsets and headset-microphone assemblies intended for use in medium ambient noise level environments of 85-105 dBA SPL (Sound Pressure Level). These headset-microphone assemblies use dynamic earphones of the moving coil type that transform electrical...

MIL-PRF-87819 - HEADSET-MICROPHONE, (HEARING PROTECTIVE TYPE, HIGH AND MODERATE AMBIENT NOISE LEVELS), GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
May 18, 2017 - NPFC

This specification covers the requirements for headset-microphones with rigid headband. These parts meet established requirements for communications equipment used to protect against hazardous noise exposure and are approved for use in certain high and moderate ambient noise level...

DS/EN 50360 - Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of wireless communication devices, with the basic restrictions and exposure limit values related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields in the frequency range from 300 MHz to 6 GHz: devices used next to the ear
October 9, 2017 - DS

This product standard applies to wireless communication devices used in close proximity to the human ear (e.g. mobile phones, wireless headsets). The applicable frequency range is from 300 MHz to 6 GHz. The objective of this standard is to demonstrate the compliance of such devices...

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