IrDA

1. A suite of protocols for infrared (IR) exchange of data between two devices, up to 1 or 2 meters apart (20 to 30 cm for low-power devices). IrDA devices typically have throughput of up to either 115.2 Kbps or 4 Mbps. IrDA protocols are implemented in Symbian OS phones, many PDAs, printers and laptop computers. 2. The Infrared Data Association, t… ...

IRDA

(IrDA)Infrared Data Association

IrDA

(In topic `Mobile Internet`) IrDA refers to the IrDA`s (Infrared Data Association) suite of protocols for Infrared (IR) exchange of data between 2 devices up to 1 or 2m apart, or even less for low-power IrDA devices. (see Wireless PAN`s)
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Irda

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IrDA

Infrared Data Association
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IrDa

Infrared Data Association – a trade association; (2) A scanning technology that utilizes electromagnetic radiation wavelengths longer than those of visible light and shorter than those of microwaves
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IrDA

Infrared Data Association, Walnut Creek, CA, http://www.irda.org - a membership organization founded in 1993 and dedicated to developing standards for wireless, infrared transmission systems between computers - with IrDA ports, a laptop or PDA can exchange data with a desktop computer or use a printer without a cable connection - IrDA requires line...
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IrDA

Infrared Data Association; the body that specifies IrDA protocols for data exchange between devices using infrared technology. Most newer devices use Bluetooth for data exchange.
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IrDA

The protocols that define how data is exchanged between devices using infrared technology. Typically infrared only has a range of between 20cm and 2m, much less than the newer Bluetooth technology.
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