Notes To Editors The three new standards published by the TIA, today, are as follows: - Minimum Performance Specification for Terrestrial mobile Multimedia Multicast Forward Link Only Devices.
What does MPS stand for?
MPS stands for Minimum Performance Specification
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The standards range from Category 5e through to Category 7 and define the minimum performance specifications for structured cabling systems," explains Carlson.
Another goal is to advise purchasers of these products about the minimum performance specifications by testing shelf life, spray capabilities, and other factors.
New Rel'6 features include: E-DCH for providing significant uplink data capacity and throughput improvements; improved minimum performance specifications for support of advanced receivers that will increase downlink capacity and throughput; and MBMS to enable more efficient broadcast and multicast services.
The minimum performance specifications imposed by the NTIA essentially require conformance with the A/74 Receiver Performance Guidelines adopted by the Advanced Television Systems Committee, or ATSC.
Manufacturers of high-speed communications equipment must ensure that all the network equipment they develop complies to the minimum performance specifications for 10 Gigabit/second (STM-64) optical transmitters to ensure seamless Internet communications.
Minimum performance specifications enable greater design and manufacturing consistency and allow customers to purchase the light output performance appropriate for each application.
Nighthawk's internal performance standards and testing requirements far exceed the minimum performance specifications required by third party standards.