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 Peak Wavelength Active on-axis output power Angle where power is <40mW Pulse rise time Pulse fall time Pulse overshoot Pulse jitter ____________________________________ Measured Value or Check Specification (850nm to 900nm) (40<power<500 mw/Sr) (30>angle>15 degrees) (<600ns) (<600ns) (<25%) (<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 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’t Receiver correctly generates 0's and 1's when exposed to a pulsed IR signal of Yes No

Yes

No

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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 Secondary Only Primary and Secondary Baud Rates Supported (bps Maximum Turnaround Supported (ms) Data Size Supported (bytes Tx Window Size Supported Rx Window Size Supported Number of BOF Req'd @ 115kbps Minimum Turnaround Time (ms)(Please write) Link Disconnect/Threshold time (s) Primary/Secondary Role Exchange Sniffing Yes Yes Yes No No No 2400, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 500, 250, 100, 50, 25, 10, 5 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 48, 24, 12, 5, 3, 2, 1 3/0, 8/3, 12/3, 16/3, 20/3, 25/3, 30/3, 40/3 No No

Yes Yes

_____________________________________________________________________________________ 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 Minimal Implementation Only Exclusive Mode Primary/Secondary Exchange Sniffing Connectionless Data Tx Connectionless Data Rx IAS Client GetInfoBaseDetails GetObjects GetValue GetValueByClass GetObjectInfo GetAttributeNames IAS 3 No

GetInfoBaseDetails GetObjects GetValue GetValueByClass GetObjectInfo GetAttributeNames _____________________________________________________________________________________ IrDA Plug and Play (IrPnP) Implementation (Optional): Implemented Specification Version PnP Attributes Values: DeviceID Name Manufacturer Category Version Status CompCnt Comp#00 Comp#01 Comp#02 Comp#03 Extend as appropriate. YES ________ NO

_____________________________________________________________________________________ IrDA Tiny Transport Protocol (TinyTP) Implementation (Optional): Minimal Implementation Only YES Specification Version: ___________ NO

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_____________________________________________________________________________________ INTEROPERABILITY List other IrDA devices with which the applicant device has been demonstrated to interoperate.

List other IrDA devices with which the applicant device has failed to be interoperable. Where possible document your diagnosis of the failure.

____________________________________________________________________________________ TESTING AND QUALITY ASSURANCE Briefly describe why you believe this device is compatible with the IrDA standard. What methods have been used to ensure IrDA Compliance?

Has an independent test suite has been used to validate this implementation? If YES, state which suite and attach sample results. Describe any plans for regression test for subsequent releases.

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