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IEEE 260

Standard Letter Symbols for Units of Measurement, IEEE-260-1978 (now 260.1-2004).

IEEE 488

Standard Digital Interface for Programmable Instrumentation, IEEE-488-1978 (now 488.1).

IEEE 610

Standard Glossary of Software Engineering Terminology.

IEEE 754

floating point arithmetic specifications.

IEEE 802

LAN/MAN

IEEE 802.1

Standards for LAN/MAN bridging and management and remote media access control (MAC)
bridging.

IEEE 802.2

Standards for Logical Link Control (LLC) standards for connectivity.

IEEE 802.3

Ethernet Standards for Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD).

IEEE 802.4

Standards for token passing bus access.

IEEE 802.24

Standards for Logical Link Control (LLC) standards for connectivity.

IEEE 802.5

Standards for token ring access and for communications between LANs and MANs

IEEE 802.6

Standards for information exchange between systems.

IEEE 802.7

Standards for broadband LAN cabling.

IEEE 802.8

Fiber optic connection.

IEEE 802.9

Standards for integrated services, like voice and data.

IEEE 802.10

Standards for LAN/MAN security implementations.

IEEE 802.11

Wireless Networking "WiFi".

IEEE 802.12

Standards for demand priority access method.

IEEE 802.14

Standards for cable television broadband communications.

IEEE 802.15.1

Bluetooth

IEEE 802.15.4

Wireless Sensor/Control Networks "ZigBee"

IEEE 802.15.6

Wireless Body Area Network[3] (BAN) (e.g. Bluetooth low energy)

IEEE 802.16

Wireless Networking "WiMAX"

IEEE 828

Configuration Management in Systems and Software Engineering

IEEE 829

Software Test Documentation

IEEE 830

Software Requirements Specifications

IEEE 896

Futurebus

IEEE 1003

Unix compatibility programming standard - POSIX

IEEE 1016

Software Design Description

IEEE 1028

Standard for Software Reviews and Audits

IEEE 1044.1

Standard Classification for Software Anomalies

IEEE 1059

Software Verification And Validation Plan

IEEE 1073

Point of Care Medical Device Communication Standards

IEEE 1074

Software Development Life Cycle

IEEE 1076

VHDL VHSIC Hardware Description Language

IEEE 1149.1

JTAG

IEEE 1149.6

AC-JTAG

IEEE 1180

Discrete cosine transform accuracy

IEEE 1233

System Requirements Specification

IEEE 1275

Open Firmware

IEEE 1284

Parallel port

IEEE P1363

Public key cryptography

IEEE 1394

Serial bus - "FireWire", "i.Link"

IEEE 1471

software architecture / system architecture

IEEE 1541

Prefixes for Binary Multiples

IEEE 1584

Guide for Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations

IEEE 1588

Precision Time Protocol

IEEE P1619

Security in Storage Working Group (SISWG)

IEEE 1667

Standard Protocol for Authentication in Host Attachments of Transient Storage Devices

IEEE 1801

Unified Power Format

IEEE 1900

Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN)

IEEE 1901

Broadband over Power Line Networks

IEEE 2600

Hardcopy Device and System Security (and related ISO/IEC 15408 Protection Profiles)

IEEE 12207

IEEE Switchgear
Committee

Standard

Information Technology - Software life-cycle processes

C37 series of standards for Low and High voltage equipment

IEEE802.11

Data Rate
Modulation Scheme
Up to
2Mbps in
the 2.4GHz
band
FHSS or DSSS

WEP & WPA

IEEE802.11a
(Wi-Fi)

Up to
54Mbps in
the 5GHz
band
OFDM

WEP & WPA

IEEE802.11b
(Wi-Fi)
IEEE802.11g
(Wi-Fi)

Security

Up to
11Mbps in
the 2.4GHz
band
DSSS withCCK
WEP & WPA
Up to
OFDM above
WEP & WPA
54Mbps in 20Mbps, DSSSwith CCKbelow
the 2.4GHz 20Mbps
band

Pros/Cons & More Info


This specification has been
extended into 802.11b.
Products that adhere to this
standard are considered "Wi-Fi
Certified." Eight available
channels. Less potential
for RF interference than
802.11b and 802.11g. Better
than 802.11b at supporting
multimedia voice, video and
large-image applications in
densely populated user
environments. Relatively
shorter range than 802.11b. Not
interoperable with 802.11b.
Products that adhere to this
standard are considered "Wi-Fi
Certified." Not interoperable
with 802.11a. Requires
fewer access points than
802.11a for coverage of large
areas. Offers high-speed
access to data at up to 300 feet
from base station. 14 channels
available in the 2.4GHz band
(only 11 of which can be used in
the U.S. due
to FCC regulations) with only
three non-overlapping
channels.
Products that adhere to this
standard are considered "Wi-Fi
Certified." May replace 802.11b.
Improved security
enhancements over 802.11.
Compatible with 802.11b. 14
channels available in the
2.4GHz band (only 11 of which
can be used in the U.S. due

IEEE
802.16
(WiMAX)

Specifies
WiMAX in
the 10 to
66 GHz
range
OFDM

IEEE
802.16a
(WiMAX)

Added
support for
the 2 to 11
GHz range.OFDM

Bluetooth

Up to
2Mbps in
the
2.45GHz
band

HomeRF

Up to
10Mbps in
the 2.4GHZ
band
FHSS

FHSS

Up to
20Mbps in
HiperLAN/1(Europe the 5GHz
)
band
CSMA/CA

Up to
54Mbps in
HiperLAN/2(Europe the 5GHz
)
band
OFDM

to FCCregulations) with only


three non-overlapping
channels.
Commonly referred to as
WiMAX or less commonly as
WirelessMAN or the Air
Interface Standard, IEEE
802.16 is a specification for
fixed broadband wireless
metropolitan access networks
DES3 and AES
(MANs)
Commonly referred to as
WiMAX or less commonly as
WirelessMAN or the Air
Interface Standard, IEEE
802.16 is a specification for
fixed broadband wireless
metropolitan access networks
DES3 and AES
(MANs)
No native support for IP, so it
does not support TCP/IPand
wireless LAN applications well.
Not originally created to support
wireless LANs. Best suited for
connecting PDAs, cell phones
PPTP, SSL orVPN and PCs in short intervals.
Note: HomeRF is no longer
being supported by any
vendors or working groups.
Intended for use in homes, not
enterprises. Range is only 150
feet from base station.
Relatively inexpensive to set up
and maintain. Voice quality is
always good because it
Independent network continuously reserves a chunk
IP addresses for each of bandwidth for voice services.
network. Data is sent Responds well to interference
with a 56-bit
because of frequency-hopping
encryptionalgorithm. modulation.
Only in Europe. HiperLAN is
totally ad-hoc, requiring no
configuration and no central
controller. Doesn't provide
Per-session
real isochronous services.
encryption and
Relatively expensive to operate
individual
and maintain. No guarantee of
authentication.
bandwidth.
Only in Europe. Designed to
Strong security
carry ATM cells, IP
features with support packets, Firewire packets (IEEE
for individual
1394) and digital voice (from
authentication and
cellular phones). Better quality
per-session
of service than HiperLAN/1 and
encryption keys.
guarantees bandwidth.

OpenAir

IEEE 260

IEEE 488

Pre-802.11
protocol,
using
Frequency
Hopping
and 0.8
and
1.6 Mb/s bit CSMA/CA with MAC
rate
retransmissions

OpenAir doesn't
implement any
encryption at the
MAC layer, but
OpenAir is the proprietary
generates Network ID protocol from Proxim. All
based on a password OpenAir products are based on
(Security ID)
Proxim's module.

Standard Letter Symbols for Units of Measurement, IEEE-260-1978 (now 260.1-2004).

Standard Digital Interface for Programmable Instrumentation, IEEE-488-1978 (now


488.1).

IEEE 610

Standard Glossary of Software Engineering Terminology.

IEEE 754

floating point arithmetic specifications.

IEEE 802

LAN/MAN

IEEE 802.1

IEEE 802.2

IEEE 802.3

Standards for LAN/MAN bridging and management and remote media access control
(MAC) bridging.

Standards for Logical Link Control (LLC) standards for connectivity.

Ethernet Standards for Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection
(CSMA/CD).

IEEE 802.4

Standards for token passing bus access.

IEEE 802.24

Standards for Logical Link Control (LLC) standards for connectivity.

IEEE 802.5

Standards for token ring access and for communications between LANs and MANs

IEEE 802.6

Standards for information exchange between systems.

IEEE 802.7

Standards for broadband LAN cabling.

IEEE 802.8

Fiber optic connection.

IEEE 802.9

Standards for integrated services, like voice and data.

IEEE 802.10

Standards for LAN/MAN security implementations.

IEEE 802.11

Wireless Networking "WiFi".

IEEE 802.12

Standards for demand priority access method.

IEEE 802.14

Standards for cable television broadband communications.

IEEE 802.15.1

Bluetooth

IEEE 802.15.4

Wireless Sensor/Control Networks "ZigBee"

IEEE 802.15.6

Wireless Body Area Network[3] (BAN) (e.g. Bluetooth low energy)

IEEE 802.16

Wireless Networking "WiMAX"

IEEE 828

Configuration Management in Systems and Software Engineering

IEEE 829

Software Test Documentation

IEEE 830

Software Requirements Specifications

IEEE 896

Futurebus

IEEE 1003

Unix compatibility programming standard - POSIX

IEEE 1016

Software Design Description

IEEE 1028

Standard for Software Reviews and Audits

IEEE 1044.1

Standard Classification for Software Anomalies

IEEE 1059

Software Verification And Validation Plan

IEEE 1073

Point of Care Medical Device Communication Standards

IEEE 1074

Software Development Life Cycle

IEEE 1076

VHDL VHSIC Hardware Description Language

IEEE 1149.1

JTAG

IEEE 1149.6

AC-JTAG

IEEE 1180

Discrete cosine transform accuracy

IEEE 1233

System Requirements Specification

IEEE 1275

Open Firmware

IEEE 1284

Parallel port

IEEE P1363

Public key cryptography

IEEE 1394

Serial bus - "FireWire", "i.Link"

IEEE 1471

software architecture / system architecture

IEEE 1541

Prefixes for Binary Multiples

IEEE 1584

Guide for Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations

IEEE 1588

Precision Time Protocol

IEEE P1619

Security in Storage Working Group (SISWG)

IEEE 1667

Standard Protocol for Authentication in Host Attachments of Transient Storage Devices

IEEE 1801

Unified Power Format

IEEE 1900

Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN)

IEEE 1901

Broadband over Power Line Networks

IEEE 2600

Hardcopy Device and System Security (and related ISO/IEC 15408 Protection Profiles)

IEEE 12207

Information Technology - Software life-cycle processes

IEEE Switchgear
Committee

ere n

C37 series of standards for Low and High voltage equipment