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Dy SPAN - Background
... The IEEE P1900 Standards Committee was established in March 2005 jointly by the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) and the IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility ... The effort developed supporting standards for radio and dynamic spectrum management ... On March 22, 2007 the IEEE Standards Board approved its reorganization as Standards Coordinating Committee 41 (SCC41), Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN) ...
IEEE Standards Association - Standards and The IEEE Standards Development Process
... Each year, the IEEE-SA conducts over 200 standards ballots, a process by which proposed standards are voted upon for technical reliability and soundness ... In 2005, IEEE had close to 900 active standards, with 500 standards under development ... One of the more notable are the IEEE 802 LAN/MAN group of standards, with the widely used computer networking standards for both wired (ethernet) and wireless (IEEE 802.11) networks ...
Futurebus - Description
... Futurebus is described in just a few IEEE standards 896.1-1987 IEEE Standard Backplane Bus Specifications for Multiprocessor Architectures Futurebus 1101-1987 IEEE Standard for Mechanical Core ... To understand Futurebus+ you need to read many IEEE standards 896.1-1991 IEEE Standard for Futurebus+ — Logical Protocol Specification 896.2-1991 IEEE Standard ... Futurebus+ was one of the first open standards to support Live Insertion which allowed boards to be replaced while the system was running ...

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