Definitions for "Cebus"
Keywords:  eia, bus, appliance, synq, eiaj
an open standard that specifies requirements for communications between and interoperability of products in a home or light-commercial environments. It specifies the required communications protocol and network object and product models and follows the seven-layer OSI protocol stack.
Known as EIA-600, it is a standard developed by the Electronics Industry Association. The CEBus effort was initiated in 1964 as a cross-industry effort among players in home controls, residential wiring and consumer electronics. The standard specifies home control signals across a wide variety of network media.
Known as EIA-600, it is a standard developed by the Electronics Industry Association. The CEBus effort was initiated in 1984 as a cross-industry effort among players in home controls, residential wiring, and consumer electronics. The standard specifies how products send messages to other products, identifies the (numerous) media available and how to use them, and defines what products can say to each other and how they say it. CEBus utilizes the Common Application Language (CAL), which serves as the basis for a CEBus "spin-off" known as EIA/CEA - 844 (Generic CAL).
Keywords:  cebidae, genus, type
the type genus of the Cebidae.