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IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet) was first approved as an IEEE standard on 23 June 1983 and since then has been regularly updated. Now that it's 30 years old, can we trust it?
Initially developed in order to standardize connectivity among computers, printers, servers and other devices inside a local area network (LAN), IEEE 802.3 was first published as a draft in 1983 and as a standard in 1985.
IEEE announced updates to four standards and a new standards-development project that provide new communications and operational capabilities needed for smart grid worldwide.
The new guidelines and monitoring methods, Part of the IEC/IEEE 62582 Series, will help ensure the safety of electrical equipment used at nuclear power plant sites.
IEEE 802.11-2012 supports devices and networks that are faster, more secure, while offering improved Quality of Service and improved cellular network hand-off.
IEEE-SA published IEEE 1591.1-2012 – Standard for Testing and Performance of Hardware for Optical Ground Wire (OPGW)-- used in the smart grid to provide grounding for transmission lines and communications back to utility systems.
The guide provides alternative approaches and best practices for deployment of Distributed Resource Island systems or Micro-Grids in India.
IEEE ratifies widely anticipated standard providing alternative approaches and best practices for Smart Grid work in India and around the world.
IEEE introduced two new standards, IEEE 1701 and IEEE 1702, to create a multi source plug and play communications environment for smart metering devices in India.
IEEE P2030 will provide a knowledge base for understanding and defining Smart Grid interoperability of the electric power system with end use applications and loads.
Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, this globally recognized BPL standard is designed for use in a wide range of applications including smart energy, transportation and Local Area Networks (LANs).
The IEEE 1588 Conformity Alliance will advocate and certify the "Standard for a Precision Clock Synchronization Protocol for Networked Measurement and Control Systems."
How will the world's 32 million books be accurately scanned for inclusion in the universal digital library? The answer lies in highly efficient, highly reliable, page turning and scanning machines that exemplify the latest in automation science, an emerging field that is the focus of an increasingly influential new journal, the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE).
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