• B2.3.4 Infrared/Wireless - Windows Experience
  • B2.3.4.3 System provides a separate, physically-isolated transceiver for each IR protocol supported
  • B2.3.4.4 Mobile PC IR devices, if implemented, support D0 and D3 states
  • B2.3.3 Infrared/Wireless - Quality




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    B2.3.3 Infrared/Wireless - Quality


    WHQL Test Specification References:
    Chapter 22: Driver Quality Test Specification
    Plus technology-specific test specifications
    B2.3.3.1 Pass WHQL tests - See B1.3.

    Windows XP: See “Bluetooth Controllers,” “Infrared (IrDA) Controllers,” and device-specific topics in the HCT documentation.

    B2.3.4 Infrared/Wireless - Windows Experience


    Design Guideline References: "Wireless Technologies" web page at http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/tech/network/wireless/
    B2.3.4.1 DELETED
    B2.3.4.2 System supports standard input speeds of 4 Mb/s

    Device support is required for FIR input speeds of 4 Mbps for all IrDA Data devices.
    B2.3.4.3 System provides a separate, physically-isolated transceiver for each IR protocol supported

    This requirement provides for correct implementation for a system that includes IR support for any combination of devices that use the IrDA Data protocol, the IrDA Control protocol, or the universal consumer–IR approach to legacy remote control, each of which use different device signals. The system must also expose each separate transceiver to the operating system.

    If multiple IR protocols are supported, controllers must provide separate data connections into the PC using USB.


    B2.3.4.4 Mobile PC IR devices, if implemented, support D0 and D3 states 



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