IEEE 1355

IEEE 1355

IEEE Standard 1355-1995, IEC 14575, or ISO 14575 is a data communications standard for Heterogeneous Interconnect (HIC). It is a low-cost, low latency, scalable serial interconnection system, originally intended for communication between large numbers of inexpensive computers. It lacks many of the complexities of other data networks. The standard defined several different types of transmission media (including wires and optic fiber), to address different applications.

Since the high-level network logic is compatible, inexpensive electronic adapters are possible. IEEE 1355 is often used in scientific laboratories. Promoters include large laboratories, such as CERN, and scientific agencies. For example, the ESA advocates a derivative standard called SpaceWire.

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