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Automatic Test Equipment - Test Equipment Platforms - GPIB/IEEE-488
... The General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB) is an IEEE-488 (a standard created by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) standard parallel interface used ... The IEEE-488 specifications standardized this bus and defined its electrical, mechanical, and functional specifications, while also defining its basic software communication rules ... The original GPIB standard was developed in the late 1960s by Hewlett-Packard to connect and control the programmable instruments the company manufactured ...
IEEE 802.15.4a - History
... The IEEE 802.15 Low Rate Alternative PHY Task Group (TG4a) for wireless personal area networks (WPANs), as its name implies, was tasked with amending the 802.15 standard ... (ECMA is another telecommunications standardization body that is similar to the IEEE) ... Direct Sequence UWB PHY was the one that ended up being added into the IEEE 802.15.4a standard ...
Standard Parasitic Exchange Format
... Standard Parasitic Exchange Format (SPEF) is an IEEE standard for representing parasitic data of wires in a chip in ASCII format ... The specification for SPEF is a part of standard 1481-1999 IEEE Standard for Integrated Circuit (IC) Delay and Power Calculation System ... Latest version of SPEF is part of 1481-2009 IEEE Standard for Integrated Circuit (IC) Open Library Architecture (OLA) ...
Design Automation Standards Committee - Work of The Committee
... around language based design and verification standards stemming from the key Hardware Description Language standards VHDL and Verilog ... From these have flowed standards for timing, synthesis, math routines, test, power, encryption, and meta-data for the topics above ... The emphasis of the group has also grown to embrace standards being developed in analog-mixed signal and other extensions driven by these needs ...

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