TIA Presentation: TIA-1083-A. TIA User Premise Equipment Division June 4, 2009. Agenda. Overview of TIA – Rebecca Schwartz TIA -1083: History, TIA’s Role & Accomplishments – Al Baum TIA-1083A: Revision & The Future – Stephen Whitesell. Meeting Attendees.
User Premise Equipment Division
June 4, 2009
Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA)
Gallaudet RERC on Telecommunications Access
Members of Congress
National Association for Deaf
U.S. Access Board
Federal Communications Commission
TIA works with these organizations to support initiatives to help those with hearing loss:
Review of the Developmentof TIA-1083
Why was this happening?
2005 HLAA National Convention
2006 HLAA National Convention
“How much noise is too much noise?”
TIA Completes Development of New Standard
Official TIA-1083 Logo
Compliant products with these logos are widely available in the market.
TIA-1083-A REVISION OVERVIEW
Minimal changes for telephones with analog interfaces that were covered by TIA-1083.
Main purpose was to add requirements for wireline products with digital interfaces such as VoIP telephones, softphones running on personal computers, etc.
Borrowed verbatim from 47 CFR 68.316
The analog test signal needs to be translated to an equivalent digital test signal.
-15.8 dBm + 9 dB -7 dBm
Transmission Plans and Standards
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