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H.845.7 : Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5G: Strength fitness equipment   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : H Series : H.845.7 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     H.845.7 : Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5G: Strength fitness equipment Recommendation H.845.7 In force components Number Title Status H.845.7 (04/17)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5G: Strength fitness equipment   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status H.845.7 (01/15)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 5G: Strength fitness equipment: Agent   Superseded H.845.7 (07/16)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 5G: Strength fitness equipment: Agent   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2019-11-25  
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H.845.9 : Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5I: Adherence monitor   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : H Series : H.845.9 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     H.845.9 : Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5I: Adherence monitor Recommendation H.845.9 In force components Number Title Status H.845.9 (04/17)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5I: Adherence monitor   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status H.845.9 (01/15)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 5I: Medication adherence monitor: Agent   Superseded H.845.9 (07/16)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 5I: Medication adherence monitor: Agent   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2019-12-12  
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Initiative to phase out Mercury containing devices in health sector | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Tanzania Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved English Locations Home Tanzania Initiative to phase out Mercury containing devices in health sector Initiative to phase out Mercury containing devices in health sector We paid a visit to five hospitals in Dar es Salaam; Muhimbili National Hospital(MNH), Mwnanyamala Hospital, Sinza Hospital, Mbagola Hospital, and Buguruni Hospistal. With GEF support UNDP in collaboration with the Ministry of Health Community Development Gender elderly and Children has initiated phasing out the use of Mercury containing devices in these five hospitals, Posted November 2, 2018 These are some of Mercury containing devices that were found in five hospitals contained in a box ready for proper disposal Safety is our number one priority the box contained Mercury devices are safely kept in a locked room with minimum access to trained personnel Why replacing them with digitized equipment At one point in our lives we will visit a hospital and when doctors treat illnesses or take our measurement they are more likely to use [CG1] [EM2]  Mercury containing devices such as thermometer and sphygmomanometer In case of breakage Mercury is released to the environment. Due to poor collection, storage and disposal of Mercury result to environmental pollutions, subsequently affecting human health and other living organism.  The way forward Therefore UNDP and Ministry of health  initiated a project name “Reducing Unintended Persistent Organic Pollutants (UPOPs) and Mercury Releases from the Health Sector in Africa. ” to replace Mercury contained devices with non-Mercury containing devices in all five health facilities in Dar es salaa  Nurse at Mananyamala hospital using new supplies equipment to take in-patient measurement The project plans is to scale up in other health facilities across the country   For more information please contanct  Bwijo A.
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ITU Development Forum International Telecommunication Union ITU WORKSHOP on SHORT RANGE DEVICES (SRDs) AND ULTRA WIDE BAND (UWB) (Geneva, 3 June 2014*) * in conjunction with the June 2014 block of meetings of ITU-R Study Group 1 UWB Radar in Health Monitoring Products J. (...) ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva  RADAR – RAdio Detection And Ranging  Actively detect remote or hidden objects  Transmit electromagnetic energy at objects  Receive reflections from objects  Process reflections to extract information  Common examples:  Aircraft radar, maritime radar, police radar, weather radar  UWB health monitoring radar:  Applications under development since 2002  Historical challenges with commercial deployments  Development costs, regulatory hurdles, recognition by health care system as reimbursable device 2 ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva  Traditional radar application: marine and airspace surveillance  Typical operational characteristics:  Large targets with high media contrast – Boats, ships, aircraft (10-100m)  Long range: 103 to >105 meters (far field)  Fast speeds: 100 to 103 meters/second  Transmitted power: 2.1kW average  Example: ASR-11 Airport Surveillance Radar  UWB radar application: health monitoring  Typical operational characteristics:  Small targets with low media contrast – Carotid artery, anterior heart wall  Close range: 10-2 to 10-1 meters (near field ) – Necessitates short pulse (~150 picoseconds)  Slow speeds: 10-3 to 10-1 meters/second – Adult heart: moves 2cm at 60BPM = 0.02mps  Transmitted power: 1mW average 3 Photo obtained from: www.faa.gov ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva  Need for non-invasive monitoring system of key cardio- pulmonary functions and other internal structures  Traditional technology limitations (ECG, ultrasound, pulse Ox, bio- impedance, etc.)  Require direct skin contact: gels, clips, patches, bands, or wires  Limited to short duration studies with compliant patients  Challenged by intervening anatomical structures (air and bone)  Patient behavior and environmental conditions dramatically affect accuracy and reliability  Difficulties compounded outside clinical environments  Or when patients are uncooperative and/or are ambulatory  Advantages of UWB radar for health monitoring applications  Skin contact not required  Works through clothing, hair, fur and thick fat layers  Able to detect sub-mm movement of internal structures  Can be sealed in a hard plastic case  Insensitive to environmental conditions  Low-power transceivers are relatively inexpensive and easily miniaturized  Enables a new class of wearable/wireless health monitoring products 4 ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva  Basic cardiopulmonary monitoring  Cardiac and pulmonary rates  LifeWave BioMedical Inc., i4C Innovations Inc., Sensiotech  Advanced cardiopulmonary monitoring  Relative cardiac stroke volume and cardiac output  U.S. (...) UWB Bands 3.1-4.8 GHz 6.0-8.5 GHz 3.1-10.6 GHz SPEAG Head Gel Performance ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva  UWB radar range performance driven by:  Velocity of propagation (up), pulse width (t), and pulse repetition interval (PRI)  Minimum range = Receiver Dead Zone: Rd = υp τ/2  Maximum range = Unambiguous Range: Ru = υp (PRI-τ)/2  Minimum separation = Range Resolution: δR = Rd = υp τ/2  Narrow UWB pulse = wide bandwidth  Wide bandwidth results in higher resolution and ability to measure near-field objects  Critical for health monitoring applications and wearable devices  Optimal bandwidth for UWB radar health monitoring is >2 GHz  2 GHz wide = 12 mm resolution and range  5 GHz wide = 5 mm resolution and range 14 UWB Radar Bandwidth Requirements ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva UWB Radar RF Exposure and Safety  Tissue heating from RF exposure is main biological phenomenon and health concern  FCC/FDA limits on human exposure  Exposure defined in terms of SAR (specific absorption rate)  0.08mW/gm for whole body exposure  1.6mW/gm for spatial peak exposure (localized average)  Tests conducted on small mammals used to derive human limits  RF exposure of 4mW/gm caused 1oC rise in core temperature and an observed degradation in behavior  Human whole body SAR limits set 50x lower than 4mW/gm  No RF exposure limits in FCC rules for animals  UWB medical radar below FCC human SAR limits  UWB energy is non-ionizing  Average UWB transmitter power < 1mW at 32MHz PRF  Less than 1.6mW/gm human exposure limit  Actual exposure levels reduced by antenna aperture 15 ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva Summary  UWB radar for health monitoring applications has been studied in depth since 2002  Numerous research institutes and companies looking at a wide variety of applications  From cardiopulmonary to fetal monitoring to detection of breast tumors…  Several UWB health monitoring products are in development and/or ready for commercial introduction  Key regulatory requirements for UWB health monitoring deployments to be successful:  Classification of UWB health monitoring devices as “consumer” products  Not limited to use in hospitals or under supervision of a physician  Convergence of wearable personal technology and health monitoring  Authorization to use UWB health monitoring devices outdoors  Spectrum allocations for UWB health monitoring  Below 6 GHz  Wide bandwidths >2 GHz (preferably 3-4 GHz)  Global spectrum harmonization 16 ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva 17 Contact Information J.
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Q13/16 Q14/16 Q26/16 Q28/16 QILE/16 Clear filter Date   [ 275 ]     F.SLD: Proposed updates based on discussions at the ITU Workshop on Standards for Safe Listening (Geneva, 6 June 2016)     Keio University   Q28/16   2016-08-31   [ 274 ]     HSTP.DS-Gloss: Proposed updates on general terms and rearrangement of terms     ETRI   Q14/16   2016-08-31   [ 273 ]     HSTP.DS-Gloss: Proposed additions of relevant terms on accessibility     ETRI   Q14/16   2016-08-31   [ 272 ]     H.DS-AM: Proposed text on conventions and renumbering of requirements     ETRI   Q14/16   2016-08-31   [ 271 ]     H.DS-AM: Proposed text on the metadata for measurement interval, measurement time and measurement location     ETRI   Q14/16   2016-08-31   [ 270 ]     F.Relay: Proposal to add an Appendix on IPTV for VRS     Keio University   Q26/16   2016-08-30   [ 269 ]     HSTP.IPTV-MEH: Proposed text for the technical Paper on multimedia application framework (MAFR) for e-health services     Keio University   Q28/16 , Q13/16   2016-08-30   [ 268 ]     New HSTP.AEHH: Proposal to start work on a new Technical Paper on "Audio enhancement for the hard-of-hearing     KDDI , Keio University   Q26/16   2016-08-30   [ 267 ]     H.702: Proposal to create a corrigendum     OKI , Keio University , Waseda University   Q26/16 , Q13/16   2016-08-30   [ 266 ]     HSTP.CONF-H702: Proposed modifications     OKI , Keio University , Waseda University   Q26/16 , Q13/16   2016-08-30   [ 265 ]     H.IPTV-MAFR.13: Proposed modifications     OKI   Q13/16   2016-08-30   [ 264 ]     HSTP.IPTV-Guide.1: Proposal of additional text on "Delivery of IP-based broadcasting services over high-speed broadband"     NHK , OKI   Q13/16   2016-08-30   [ 263 ]     H.IPTV-MAFR10: Proposed updates to the first several clauses and Bibliography     China Telecom   Q13/16   2016-08-30   [ 262 ]     H.IPTV-MAFR10: Proposed update to interactivity in two profiles     China Telecom   Q13/16   2016-08-30   [ 261 ]     H.IPTV-MAFR10: Proposal on editorial and logical modifications     China Telecom   Q13/16   2016-08-30   [ 260 ]     H.DS-PISR: Unified usage of public place and public space     ETRI   Q14/16   2016-08-30   [ 259 ]     Immersive Live Experience (ILE) standardization: Proposal for the tentative list of work items     NTT , Brazil , KT   QILE/16   2016-08-31   [ 258 ]     HSTP.ILE-UC: Proposal to include NTT's ILE use case named "Kirari!"     NTT   QILE/16   2016-08-30   [ 257 ]     H.ILE-Reqs: Proposed definition of "Immersive Live Experience (ILE)" and inclusion in new WI H.ILE-Reqs     NTT   QILE/16   2016-08-30   [ 256 ]     New HSTP.ILE-UC: Proposed initial draft Technical Paper on use cases for immersive live experience (ILE) services     NTT   QILE/16   2016-08-30   [ 255 ]     H.ILE-Reqs: Proposed initial draft Recommendation on requirements for immersive live experience (ILE) services     NTT   QILE/16   2016-08-30   [ 254 ]     New H.ILE-FW: Proposed initial draft Recommendation on framework for immersive for live experience (ILE) services     NTT   QILE/16   2016-08-30   [ 253 ]     H.DS-META, H.DS-CASF: Proposed addition of informative text on language type     NEC , Mitsubishi Electric , NTT , OKI   Q14/16   2016-08-30   [ 252 ]     H.DS-CASF: Proposal for splitting DS common alerting services specification into separate draft WIs, one on functional framework and another on metadata     NEC , Mitsubishi Electric , NTT , OKI   Q14/16   2016-08-30   [ 251 ]     New H.DS-FISP: Proposal for creation of a new work item "Digital signage: Framework for interoperable information services in public places"     NEC , Mitsubishi Electric , NTT , OKI   Q14/16   2016-08-30   [ 250 ]     New H.MBI-BHQ: Proposal to create a new work item on requirements on key performance indicators related to the use of brain healthcare quotient in MBI Platform"     Keio University , NEC   Q28/16   2016-08-29   [ 249 ]     H.MBI-PF: Proposal to add text in clause 8.4 and Appendix I     Keio University , NEC , NICT   Q28/16   2016-08-29   [ 248 ]     H.IPTV-TDES.5: Proposal to remove the editor notes from the current draft     ZTE Corporation , China Unicom   Q13/16   2016-08-29   [ 247 ]     New H.IPTV-EUIF.1: Proposal to start a draft new work item in the H.703 series on motion control Interface     ZTE Corporation   Q13/16   2016-08-29   [ 246 ]   +Add.1   Wayfindr: an audio-based network navigation tool for persons with vision impairment     G3ict   Q26/16   2016-08-29   [ 245 ]     FSTP-RCSO: Proposal to create a new work item "New technical paper on remote captioning services"     G3ict   Q26/16   2016-08-29   [ 244 ]     H.IPTV-TDES.6: Proposed new clause 11 on service procedures     China Unicom   Q13/16   2016-08-29   [ 243 ]     H.IPTV-TDES.6: Proposal to add clause 8 on supporting services     China Unicom   Q13/16   2016-08-29   [ 242 ]     H.IPTV-TDES.5: Proposed new clause 7.4 on multi-device enabler APIs     ZTE Corporation , China Unicom   Q13/16   2016-08-29   [ 241 ]     H.IPTV-TDES.5: Proposed update and a new clause I.7 "Mapping between interworking instance and the scenarios"     China Unicom , ZTE Corporation   Q13/16   2016-08-29   [ 240 ]     H.810 series: Proposed to start new work items for the new edition of Continua Design Guidelines (codename "Keratin")     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-26   [ 239 ]   +Add.1   H.845.16 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: Personal Health Devices Interface Part 5P: Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) " (New): Initial text for 1st edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 238 ]   +Add.1   H.845.10 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: Personal Health Devices Interface Part 5J: Insulin Pump" (New): Initial text for 1st edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 237 ]   +Add.1   H.846 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: Personal Health Devices Interface Part 6: Device specializations: Manager" (Rev.): Initial text for 3rd edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 236 ]   +Add.1   H.844 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: Personal Health Devices Interface Part 4: Continua Design Guidelines: Manager" (Rev.): Initial text for 3rd edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 235 ]   +Add.1   H.843 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: Personal Health Devices Interface Part 3: Continua Design Guidelines: Agent" (Rev.): Initial text for 3rd edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 234 ]   +Add.1   H.842 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: Personal Health Devices Interface Part 2: Optimized exchange protocol (IEEE 11073-20601a-2010): Manager" (Rev.): Initial text for 3rd edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 233 ]   +Add.1   H.841 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: Personal Health Devices Interface Part 1: Optimized Exchange Protocol (IEEE 11073-20601a-2010): Agent" (Rev.): Initial text for 3rd edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 232 ]   (Rev.1) +Add.1   H.850 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN Interface Part 10: Transcoding for Bluetooth low energy (BLE): Manager" (Rev.): Initial text for 3rd edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 231 ]   (Rev.1) +Add.1   H.849 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth low energy (BLE): Agent" (Rev.): Initial text for 3rd edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 230 ]   (Rev.1) +Add.1   H.847 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 7: Bluetooth low energy (BLE): Agent" (Rev.): Initial text for 3rd edition     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24   [ 229 ]   (Rev.1)   H.820-H.850 series: Proposed update of the conformance testing specs to match the Continua Design Guidelines 2016 "Iris+errata" version     Chongqing University , Continua   Q28/16   2016-08-24 Results: 47 total items.  
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All of these services and applications3 describe what should now be called "mHealth". 1.2 The lack of definition for mHealth In current national laws and regulations, there is no definition of mHealth, which might seem to hinder an in-depth analysis of these new medical practices. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines mHealth very broadly as “medical and public health practice supported by mobile devices such as mobile phones, patient monitoring devices, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and other wireless devices”4. (...) On 26 September 2012, the European Commission adopted a Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on medical devices and a Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on in vitro diagnostic medical devices which will, once adopted by the European Parliament and by the Council, replace the existing three medical devices directives. http://ec.europa.eu/health/medical-devices/regulatory-framework/legislation/index_en.htm European Regional Initiative on ICT Applications, including eHealth - Discussion Paper 8  medical device emits ionizing radiation (Council Directive 80/836/Euratom of 15 July 1980 amending the Directives laying down the basic standards for the protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiations);  medical device in question uses radio frequencies which have undergone harmonization or harmonized procedures. 2.3 Harmonized definition of medical devices and status of mobile medical applications (MMA) The aforementioned Directive of 14 June 1993 concerning medical devices is based on a set of definitions, at the center of which is precisely that of a medical device. (...) Filling the Gap: Legal and Regulatory Challenges of Mobile Health (mHealth) in Europe 11 2.5 CE marking CE marking of medical devices released into the European stream of commerce confirms their conformity to essential requirements.
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Requirements of M2M service layer ISO/TC 215 ISO/IEEE 11073-10407 Personal health device communication -- Part 10407: Device specialization -- Blood pressure monitor e-health specific M2M SL reqts. (...) Thermometer 9 Requirements and specifications related to Machine to Machine Communications for e-health services support D2.1 7. Requirements of M2M service layer ISO/TC 215 ISO/IEEE 11073-10415 Personal health device communication -- Part 10415: Device specialization -- Weighing scale e-health specific M2M SL reqts. (...) Weighing scale 9 Requirements and specifications related to Machine to Machine Communications for e-health services support D2.1 7. Requirements of M2M service layer ISO/TC 215 ISO/IEEE 11073-10417: Personal health device communication -- Part 10417: Device specialization -- Glucose meter e-health specific M2M SL reqts.
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TF CoPolCoTF Mobile 7 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG 2 Messaging & communications o Scope: • Describing the functional purposes of information interchange and the circumstances in which interchange should occur; • Defining a means of implementing information interchange in one or more syntax or communication modalities; • Identification of specific domains of activity. 8 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG 2 Messaging & communications o Specific Domains: • Clinical messaging • Medical device communication • Business and financial messaging 9 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T o Sub-working Groups: 2.1 Device interface 2.2 Architecture 2.3 Methodology 2.4 DICOM persistent object ISO/TC215/WG 2 Messaging & communications 10 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T o ISO 11703-nnnnn Health informatics – Point-of-care medical device communication • Series that has, for the most part, an IEEE1073 lead; • The foundational standards originate in CEN ENVs - 13734 Vital Signs representation and - 13735 Interoperability of patient connected medical devices; • All the work items are covered by the Vienna Agreement between ISO and CEN; • All the products are therefore joint labelled as: “EN/ISO/IEEE 11073-nnnnn, Health informatics – Point- of-care medical device communication - …” ISO/TC215/WG2.1, Devices - Products 11 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG2.1, Devices 11073-nnnnn Products o -00000 … - Framework and overview o -10101 … - Nomenclature o -10201 … - Domain information model o -10301 … - Device specialization - Infusion device o -10302 … - Device specialization – Patient monitor o -20101 … - Application profiles - Base standard o -20201 … - Application profiles - Polling mode o -20202 … - Application profiles - Baseline o -30200 … - Transport profile - Cable connected o -30300 … - Transport profile - Infrared wireless o + 28 other items in series underway 12 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG2.1, Devices 11073-nnnnn products Reference the following: o ITU-T Rec. (...) X.681, OSI ASN.1 - Information object specification 13 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG2.1, Devices 11073-nnnnn reference Reference the following: o ISO 8825-1/ITU-T Rec. X.690 OSI ASN.1 - Encoding Rules: Specification of Basic Encoding Rules (BER), Canonical Encoding Rules (CER), and Distinguished Encoding Rules (DER) o ISO/IEC 8802-3, … - Part 3: Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD) access method and physical layer specifications. 14 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG2.1, Devices 11073-nnnnn reference Reference the following: o ISO/IEC 8877, … - Interface connector and contact assignments for ISDN Basic Access Interface located at reference points S & T. o IEC 60417-1, Graphical Symbols for Use on Equipment - Part 1: Overview and Application. o IEC 603-7, Connectors ..., Part 7: ..., 8-way, ... 15 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG2.1, Devices 11073-nnnnn reference Reference the following: o IETF, … RFC-1305, Network Time Protocol (v3) specification, implementation & analysis, ... o IETF, … RFC-2030, Simple network time protocol (SNTP) version 4 for IPv4, IPv6 and OSI, ... o IETF, … RFC-793, Transmission Control Protocol - DARPA Internet Program Protocol Specification 16 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG2.1, Devices 11073-nnnnn reference Reference the following: o ANSI/TIA/EIA-232-F, Interface Between Terminal Equipment and Data Circuit- Terminating Equipment ... o ANSI/TIA/EIA-561, Simple 8 Position Non- Synchronous Interface ... o ANSI/TIA/EIA-562, Electrical Characteristics for an Unbalanced Digital Interface. 17 23-25 May 2003 Workshop on Standardization in E-health ITU-T ISO/TC215/WG2.1, Devices 11073-nnnnn reference Reference the following: o ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-A, Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard. o IEEE Std 100, ...
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Score: 966194 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/workshop/e-health/s0-02.pdf
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