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what are the  standards in IEEE ?

asked Jul 11, 2016 in Computer Science - IT by deepika
edited Jul 12, 2016 by slow_learner | 65 views

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IEEE has professionals who continuously innovate and learn.By joining IEEE you become a part of niche professional Engineering community.

  • IEEE members get access to all activities , news letters with latest journals and research resources. 
  • IEEE members also avail discounts on various products like insurances. 
  • Also IEEE membership adds value to your professional degree and you can avail discounts on various events conducted by IEEE chapters. 
  • IEEE members also get funded for their projects ! 

There are standards in various departments from IEEE , like :
Get standards from each field at :

References :
answered Jul 12, 2016 by techdoubt
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"Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers" and is produced "I triple E." The IEEE is a professional association that develops, defines, and reviews electronics and computer science  standards. Its mission is "to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humaniWhile the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is based in the United States, IEEE standards often become international standards. Below are a few examples of technologies standardized by the IEEE.

IEEE 1284 (Parallel Port) – an I/O interface used by early desktop PCs

IEEE 1394 (Firewire) – a high-speed interface designed for external hard drives, digital video cameras, and other A/V peripherals

IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) – a series of Wi-Fi standards used for wireless networking

IEEE 802.16 (WiMAX) – a wireless communications standard for transferring cellular dataty."

answered Feb 8 by Shivam Chauhan