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Electronics and Telecommunications Standards

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This electronics and telecommunications standards collection contains data gathered from various standards developing organizations (SDOs) and applies to the electronics and telecommunications industries. For manufacturers, this collection provides information ensuring marketability, interoperability and safety for your products. These electronics and telecommunications technical specifications enable you to:

  • Ensure safety and compliance
  • Maintain market share
  • Simplify standards management
  • Assure technical compatibility

Electronics and Telecommunications Standards

Collection material comes from:

ATIS - Alliance for Telecommunications Industry SolutionsISO - International Organization for Standardization
BICSI - Building Industry Consulting Service InternationalITU-R - International Telecommunication Union Radiocommunication
EIA - Electronic Industries AllianceITU-T International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication
IEC - International Electrotechnical CommissionTIA - Market Review
 UL - Underwriters Laboratories

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