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IEEE Standard for Ethernet Amendment 2: Physical Layers and Management Parameters for Increased-Reach Point-to-Multipoint Ethernet Optical Subscriber Access (Super-PON)

Super-PON optical subscriber access networks, which are in the family of Ethernet passive optical networks (EPONs), are defined in this amendment to IEEE Std 802.3-2022. Super-PON has a reach of up to 50 km and up to 1024 ONUs over a point-to-multipoint passive optical distribution network (ODN) through wavelength division…

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IEEE Recommended Practice for Estimating the Uncertainty in Error Vector Magnitude of Measured Digitally Modulated Signals for Wireless Communications

Recommended practices for the evaluation of receiver measurements of error vector magnitude of a digitally modulated wireless communication signal and the evaluation of the associated uncertainty are provided in this recommended practice. NOTE: Source codes are available at https://opensource.ieee.org/1765/1765/

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ISO/IEC/IEEE International Standard - Systems and software engineering--Systems and software assurance--Part 2: Assurance case

This document specifies requirements for structure terminology of assurance cases. This document is applicable for developing and maintaining assurance cases.

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