Newswire: August - September 2019

A monthly update on standards and related solutions.

Newly Published Standards

 

IEEE 1857.4-2018, Standard for Second-Generation IEEE 1857 Video Coding 

This standard defines a set of tools for efficient video coding and the corresponding decoding procedure, including intra prediction, inter prediction, transform, quantization, and entropy coding.

 

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IEEE 2416-2019,  Standard for Power Modeling to Enable System-Level Analysis

This standard describes a parameterized and abstracted power model enabling system, software, and hardware intellectual property (IP) centric power analysis and optimization. It defines concepts for the development of parameterized, accurate, efficient, and complete power models for systems and hardware IP blocks usable for system power analysis and optimization.

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IEEE C57.13.7-2018, Standard for Current Transformers with Maximum Milliampere Secondary Current of 250mA

This standard is intended to define the requirements for CTs with a maximum of secondary output of 250 mA. These requirements of ratios, accuracy classes, burdens, and test methods supplement but are not subordinate to IEEE C57.13. These transformers are for both indoor and outdoor applications.

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IEEE 1505.1-2019, Standard for the Common Test Interface Pin Map Configuration for High-Density, Single-Tier Electronics Test Requirements Utilizing IEEE Std 1505  

The scope of this standard is the definition of a physical pin map utilizing the IEEE 1505(TM) receiver fixture interface (RFI). The pin map defined within this standard shall apply to military and aerospace automatic test equipment (ATE) testing applications.

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New Products

 

IEEE Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems - IEEE 1547 Series (Bundle)

The IEEE Std 1547 series of interconnection standards with electric power systems (EPS) is a benchmark milestone demonstrating the open consensus process for standards development. It covers the technical specifications for, and testing of, the interconnection and provides requirements relevant to the performance, operation, testing, safety considerations, and maintenance of the interconnection. It includes general requirements, response to abnormal conditions, power quality, islanding, and test specifications and requirements for design, production, installation evaluation, commissioning, and periodic tests.

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Articles Of Interest

 

IEEE SA Publishes Policymakers Guide to IEEE Standards

IEEE SA Publishes Policymakers Guide to IEEE Standards


The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) has published its Policymakers’ Guide to IEEE Standards, which aims to help public policymakers better understand the benefits of using IEEE standards to support public policy initiatives...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Standards Working Group Takes on Facial Recognition

Standards Working Group Takes on Facial Recognition


Chair of IEEE Standards Association working group explains what the organization is doing to help ensure the technology is used ethically

Just as in George Orwell’s 1984, facial recognition is being used today to identify, analyze, and track people in real time. Although the technology has its benefits—such as its ability to help find criminals and missing people—many people have privacy concerns and worry about possible bias in the code...

Learn more about IEEE P7013TM Inclusion and Application Standards for Automated Facial Analysis Technology

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IEEE P802.11be™ to Enable Extremely High Throughput (EHT) and Low Latency for Wi-Fi®

IEEE P802.11be™ to Enable Extremely High Throughput (EHT) and Low Latency for Wi-Fi®


The IEEE 802.11™ Working Group has established a new standardization project focusing on Enhancements for Extremely High Throughput (EHT). The project represents the next-generation standard beyond IEEE 802.11ax™, with target throughput rates of at least 30 Gbps...

 

 

 

 

 

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More From IEEE

 

Redefining the Automotive Landscape

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Cities around the world aren’t getting any younger, and what can be considered extra patina and character reveals a greater underlying issue- a crumbling infrastructure system. From our roads and bridges, to electrical grids and sewage systems, increased population is adding stress to systems that are already out of date for the communities they support...

 

 

 

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What’s the Best Way to Foster Public Trust in Technology?

What’s the Best Way to Foster Public Trust in Technology?

IEEE Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer Steve Welby spoke to the Tallinn Digital Summit on the importance of collaborative ethical design in today’s most ubiquitous technologies.


Intelligent and autonomous systems are increasingly pervasive in everyday life. With each passing week, we hear more about machine learning, self-driving vehicles and a wide array of self-reliant devices...

Learn more about The Global Initiative on  Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems 

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