Telecommunications Industry Association. A telecommunications standards organization founded in 1988 in America. The TIA was formed from a spin-off group from the EIA (Electronic Industries Association) to set global telecommunications standards, such as EIA/TIA-232. Also see EIA
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The TIA was formed in 1988 as a result of the merger of the US Telephone Suppliers Association and the information technology group of the EIA. The TIA and EIA collaborate closely in producing standards that must be approved by ANSI before becoming US standards.
The Telecommunications Industries Association. TIA creates telecommunications standards through the EIA organization.
elecommunications ndustry ssociation. Sets standards for communication cabling.
ITRA (International Tire & Rubber Association) and TANA (Tire Association of North America) merged into one organization TIA (Tire Industry Association) on July 1, 2002.
the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is a non-profit organisation responsible for telecommunications standards. V, W, X, Y, Z
A Washington lobbying and trade association, the result of the merger of the USTA (United States Telephone Association) and the EIA (Electronic Industries Association).
Created in 1988 by a merger of the US Telecommunications Suppliers Association (USTSA) and the EIA's Information and Telecommunications Technologies Group (EIA/ITG). This organization works with the EIA in developing technical standards and collecting market data for the telecommunication industry.
Telecommunications Industry Association. A trade association that works closely with EIA in producing telecommunication standards. The most well-known collaborative standard is TIA/EIA-568A "Commercial Building Telecommunications Wiring Standard".
Telecommunications Industry Association. Develops telecommunications standards.
See Telecommunications Industry Association.
elecommunications ndustry ssociation, North American standards-making technical association.
This is the Telecommunications Industry Association which is a trade association that sponsors the accredited engineering standards committees for data communications technology in the United States. These engineering committees also formulate the positions taken by the United States in the ITU-T international standards body.
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One of the telecommunications standards setting bodies in the United States.
An organization that sets standards for cabling, pathways, spaces, grounding, bonding, administration, field testing and other aspects of the telecommunications industry.
Telecommunications Industry Association. A U.S. trade association representing the communications and information technology industry. Responsible for certain technical standards covering both wireless and wireline phone technology.
Telecommunication Industry Association. TIA/EIA-568-A is equivalent to ISO/IEC 11801 in Europe.
Telecommunications Industry Association. Organization that develops standards relating to telecommunications technologies. See also EIA.
Telecommunications Industry Association. A US telecom industry standards body, that handles the evolution of D-AMPS and IS-95.
Telecommunications Industry Association, Another telecommunications standards organization
Telecommunications Industry Association. The United States' telecommunications standards making body.
Telecommunications Industry Association. TIA has recommendations for topology and distances, media parameters that determine performance, connectors and pin assignments (to ensure inter-connectivity), and demands that the useful life of telecommunications cabling systems be in excess of 10 years.
An organization that recommends standards for telecommunication.
Telecommunications Industry Association. A national trade organization, including members from communications and information technology companies contributing to voluntary industry standards that promote trade and commerce in telecommunications products. http://www.tiaonline.org