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IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE
FOR
IrDA Standards
IrDA Standards
July 1996
__________________________________________________________________________________
IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE FOR IrDASTANDARDS
_____________________________________________________________________________________
IrDA Physical Layer (IrPHY) Implementation(Mandatory ) :
Document your results of the following.
Specification Version:
____________________________________
Active Output Specifications
Measured Value or Check
Specification
Peak Wavelength
(850nm to 900nm)
Active on-axis output power
(40<power<500 mw/Sr)
Angle where power is <40mW
(30>angle>15 degrees)
Pulse rise time
(<600ns)
Pulse fall time
(<600ns)
Pulse overshoot
(<25%)
Pulse jitter
(<200ns
* OK to quote LED data sheet and not measure this parameter
Describe the setup of the testing environment and equipment (i.e. calibration).
Document your results by checking the appropriate response:
Active Input Specifications
Yes
No

Receiver correctly generates
0's and 1's when exposed to
a pulsed IR signal of
4 uW/cm**2 at 0 degrees
Receiver correctly generates
0's and 1's when exposed to
a pulsed IR signal of
500 mW/cm**2 at 0 degrees
Receiver correctly generates
0's and 1's when exposed to
a pulsed IR signal of
500 mW/cm**2 at +15 degrees
Receiver correctly generates
0's and 1's when exposed to
a pulsed IR signal of
4 uW/cm**2 at -15 degrees

Active Input Specifications
Con\u2019t
Yes
No

Receiver correctly generates 0's and 1's when exposed to a pulsed IR signal of

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500 mW/cm**2 at -15 degrees
Using a jitter free sequence
of IR pulses, what is the
jitter in the electrical
equivalent of those pulses (<200ns)

Minimum delay after transmit
that the receiver receives
error free (<10ms)
Note any additional features of the specification have you included in the applicant product.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
IrDA Link Access Protocol (IrLAP) Implementation(Mandatory)
Please document your results by circling the appropriate response(s):
Specification Version:___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ __
Minimal Implementation Only
Yes
No
Secondary Only
Yes
No
Primary and Secondary
Yes
No
Baud Rates Supported (bps
2400, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
Maximum Turnaround Supported (ms)
500, 250, 100, 50, 25, 10, 5
Data Size Supported (bytes
64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048
Tx Window Size Supported
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Rx Window Size Supported
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Number of BOF Req'd @ 115kbps
48, 24, 12, 5, 3, 2, 1
Minimum Turnaround Time (ms)(Please write)
Link Disconnect/Threshold time (s)
3/0, 8/3, 12/3, 16/3, 20/3, 25/3, 30/3, 40/3
Primary/Secondary Role Exchange
Yes
No
Sniffing
Yes
No
_____________________________________________________________________________________
IrDA Link Management Protocol (IrLMP) Implmentation(Mandatory ):
Document your results by checking the appropriate response(s):
Specification Version:___ __ ___ __ ___ __ __
IrDA Link Management Protocol (IrLMP) Implmentation (Continued)
Yes
No
Minimal Implementation Only
Exclusive Mode
Primary/Secondary Exchange
Sniffing

Connectionless Data Tx
Connectionless Data Rx
IAS ClientGetInfoBaseDetails

GetObjects
GetValue
GetValueByClass
GetObjectInfo

GetAttributeNames
IAS
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