IEC 63005-2:2019 describes test methods on evaluating performance of basic functionalities of EVDR described in IEC 63005-1.

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IEC 62680-1-2:2019 defines a power delivery system covering all elements of a USB system including: Hosts, Devices, Hubs, Chargers and cable assemblies. This specification describes the architecture, protocols, power supply behavior, connectors and cabling necessary for managing power delivery over USB at up to 100W. This specification is intended to be fully compatible and extend the existing USB infrastructure. It is intended that this specification will allow system OEMs, power supply and peripheral developers adequate flexibility for product versatility and market differentiation without losing backwards compatibility. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2018 and constitutes a technical revision. It is also identified as USB Power Delivery Specification, Revision 3.0, Version 1.2 This updated release of the USB PD specification was made to incorporate all the ECNs that were made to USB PD 3.0, V1.1. This makes a full completed printed specifications with all ECNs incorporated into a hard copy specification.

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IEC 62942:2019 specifies a file format for interchanging audio data between compliant equipment. It is primarily intended for audio applications in professional recording, production, post-production, and archiving. It is derived from the AES31-2 [2] but is also compatible with variant specifications including EBU Tech 3285 [3] to [10], ITU-R BR.1352-3-2007 [11] to [14], and the Japan Post Production Association's BWF-J [15]. This document contains the specification of the broadcast audio extension chunk and its use with PCM-coded audio data. Basic information on the RIFF format and how it can be extended to other types of audio data is given in Annex E. Details of the PCM WAVE format are also given in Annex A. An optional extended format, BWF-E, supports 64-bit addressing to permit file sizes greater than 4 GB.

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IEC 62680-1-2:2018(E) defines a power delivery system covering all elements of a USB system including: Hosts, Devices, Hubs, Chargers and cable assemblies. This specification describes the architecture, protocols, power supply behavior, connectors and cabling necessary for managing power delivery over USB at up to 100W. This specification is intended to be fully compatible and extend the existing USB infrastructure. It is intended that this specification will allow system OEMs, power supply and peripheral developers adequate flexibility for product versatility and market differentiation without losing backwards compatibility. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2017 and constitutes a technical revision. It is also identified as Version 1.1 + ECNs through 12 June 2017. Markup includes ECNs through 12-June-2017: - Add VPD Product Type - Specification Revision Interoperability - VCONN_Swap Clarification - Chapter 7 Source and Sink Behavior - Battery Numbering - Chunking Clarification - FR_Swap State Operation - GoodCRC Specification Revision - Slew Rate Exception for Source

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IEC 62919:2017(E) specifies the requirements, protocol and the data format to visualize personal content saved on various devices, such as mobile phones, music players, personal computers, hard disk recorders and e-book devices. It also specifies methods for gathering information of digital content saved on personal devices and shared within a group, and to extract the gathered information by a uniform application interface.

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IEC 63080:2017(E) contains a list of currently used terminology to describe accessibility and terms that writers of standards need when writing and designing International Standards. It is important to standardize and define a recognized list of the terms already used and in existing ITU Recommendations and Resolutions, along with those in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD). Without such a list, there could be confusion not only on the part of writers and implementers of standards, but also by the public at large. It is also important to eliminate terminology that is no longer used, offensive, and demeaning to persons with disabilities (PWD) and others.

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IEC 63005-1:2017(E) describes basic requirements for event video data recorders (EVDRs) for road vehicle accidents, used for identifying and analysing causes of accidents based on video from a front-mounted camera and other information obtained before and after such events. In addition to video from a front-mounted camera and vehicle behaviour, these products can record side and/or rear video data for enhanced functionalities in determining causes of accidents and analysing collision events.

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IEC 63029:2017 specifies the scanning scheme to develop raster-graphics image-based e-books from existing printed books.

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IEC 62827-2:2017(E), IEC 62827 defines a wireless power management protocol for wireless power transfer to multiple devices in a wireless power management system. Various functions of wireless power management systems are justified. The wireless power management frames and messages that work between the management block of a power source and the management block or the coupler block of a device, or the coupler block of a power source, are defined as well to execute various functions. Also, the procedures for each functionality are described based on its frames and messages.

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IEC 63035:2017(E) specifies a hardware and software specification which makes it possible to exchange symbolic music and control information between different musical instruments or other devices such as sequencers, computers, lighting controllers, mixers, etc. using MIDI technology (musical instrument digital interface).

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IEC 62827-3:2016(E) specifies methods and procedures to form groups for a spatial wireless power-transfer system. The group of spatial wireless power-transfer systems that include multiple power sources provides power transfer to receiving devices based on magnetic resonance technology. In order to achieve efficient power transfer to multiple receiving devices, this document also specifies methods and procedures to set, share, and control the conditions of power transfer between multiple power sources and receiving devices. Keywords: wireless power transfer, mobile phone, multimedia

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IEC 63002:20016 defines interoperability guidelines for external power supplies used with portable computing devices that implement the IEC 62680-1-2: Universal Serial Bus Power Delivery Specification with the IEC 62680-1-3: Universal Serial Bus Interfaces for data and power-Common Components- Type-CTM Type-C Cable and Connector Specification. It specifies the data objects used by a portable computing system using IEC 62680-1-2 to understand the identity, design and performance characteristics, and operating status of an external power supply. This International Standard is applicable to external power supplies under 100 watts for portable computing devices, with a focus on power delivery application for notebook computers, tablets, smartphones and other related multimedia devices.

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IEC 62680-1-2:2021 defines a power delivery system covering all elements of a USB system including: Hosts, Devices, Hubs, Chargers and cable assemblies. This specification describes the architecture, protocols, power supply behavior, connectors and cabling necessary for managing power delivery over USB at up to 100W. This specification is intended to be fully compatible and extend the existing USB infrastructure. It is intended that this specification will allow system OEMs, power supply and peripheral developers adequate flexibility for product versatility and market differentiation without losing backwards compatibility. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the fourth edition published in 2019 and constitutes a technical revision. It is also identified as USB Power Delivery Specification, Revision 3.0, Version 2.0 This updated release of the USB PD specification was made to incorporate all the ECNs that were made to USB PD 3.0, V1.2. This makes a full completed printed specifications with all ECNs incorporated into a hard copy specification.

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This International Standard defines common charging interoperability guidelines for power sources (external power supplies (EPS) and other Sources) used with computing and consumer electronics devices that implement the IEC 62680-1-3: USB Type-C®1 Cable and Connector Specification. This document defines normative requirements for an EPS to ensure interoperability, in particular it specifies the data communicated from a power source to a device (Figure 1) and certain safety elements of the EPS, cable, and device. While the requirements focus of this document is on the EPS (External Power Supply) and the behavior at its USB Type-C connector interface, it is also important to comprehend cable assembly and device capabilities and behaviors in order to assure end-to-end charging interoperability. The scope does not apply to all design aspects of an EPS. An EPS compliant with this standard is also expected to follow other applicable global standards and regulatory compliance requirements for aspects such as product safety, EMC and energy efficiency. [Figure 1] This International Standard provides recommendations for the behavior of a device when used with a power source compliant with this document. This International Standard specifies the minimum hardware specification for an EPS implementing IEC 62680-1-3: USB Type-C. This document also specifies the data objects used by a charging system utilizing IEC 62680-1-2: USB Power Delivery Specification to understand the identity, design and performance characteristics, and operating status of an external power supply. IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3 focus on power delivery applications ranging to 100W for a variety of computing and consumer electronic devices including notebook computers, tablets, smartphones, small form-factor desktops, monitor displays and other related multimedia devices. Future updates to IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3 specifications will extend to enable power delivery applications that require more than 100W while remaining within the technical limitations of the USB Type-C cable and connector solution. This document relies on established mechanical and electrical specifications, and communication protocols specified by IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3. These specifications support methods for establishing the best performing interoperability between untested combinations of EPS and devices with the aim of improving consumer satisfaction. Information describing the USB charging interoperability model, overview of USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery specifications, and factors for charging performance are also provided to support implementation of this standard.

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IEC 62680-1-2:2017(E) defines a power delivery system covering all elements of a USB system including: Hosts, Devices, Hubs, Chargers and cable assemblies.  This specification describes the architecture, protocols, power supply behavior, connectors and cabling necessary for managing power delivery over USB at up to 100 W. This specification is intended to be fully compatible and extend the existing USB infrastructure.  It is intended that this specification will allow system OEMs, power supply and peripheral developers adequate flexibility for product versatility and market differentiation without losing backwards compatibility. USB Power Delivery is designed to operate independently of the existing USB bus defined mechanisms used to negotiate power which are: - [USB 2.0], [USB 3.1]in band requests for high power interfaces. - [USBBC 1.2]mechanisms for supplying higher power (not mandated by this specification). - [USB Type-C 1.2]mechanisms for supplying higher power

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IEC 62680-1-2:2016(E) defines a power delivery system covering all elements of a USB system including: Hosts, Devices, Hubs, Chargers and cable assemblies. This specification describes the architecture, protocols, power supply behaviour, connectors and cabling necessary for managing power delivery over USB at up to 100W. This specification is intended to be fully compatible and extend the existing USB infrastructure. It is intended that this specification will allow system OEMs, power supply and peripheral developers adequate flexibility for product versatility and market differentiation without losing backwards compatibility. USB Power Delivery is designed to operate independently of the existing USB bus defined mechanisms used to negotiate power.

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