The IrDA standards for high-speed infrared communications

Millar, Iaian; Beale, Martin; Donoghue, Bryan J.; Lindstrom, Kirk W.; Williams, Stuart
February 1998
Hewlett-Packard Journal;Feb98, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p10
Trade Publication
Presents details of the individual Infrared Data Association (IrDA) specifications focusing specifically on the high-speed extensions that allow data communications at up to 4Mbits/s. Details of the objectives that resulted in the series of IrDA specifications; Introduction of the IrDA architecture; Protocol layers of the IrDA specifications. INSET: Glossary.


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