IEEE 11073-30300: Health informatics - Point-of-care medical device communication - Part 30300: Transport profile - Infrared wireless
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A pilot project between ISO and the IEEE has been formed to develop and maintain a group of ISO/IEEE standards in the field of medical devices as approved by Council resolution 43/2000. Under this pilot project, IEEE is responsible for the development and maintenance of these standards with participation and input from ISO member bodies.
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ISO/IEEE 11073-30300:2004(E) was prepared by IEEE 1073 Committee of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.
The scope of this standard is to defie an IrDA-based transport profile for medical device communication that uses short-range infrared, as a companion standard to ISO/IEEE 11073-30200, which specifies a cable-connected physical layer. This standard also supports use cases consistent with industry practice for handheld personal digital assistants (PDAs) and network APs that support IrDA-infrared communication.
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