B220.127.116.11 IEEE 1394-enabled system provides cable power source compliant with IEEE 1394a-1999
[1394-0090; see also FAQ B18.104.22.168]
B22.214.171.124 Support remote programming through a remote control interface
B126.96.36.199 A system with externally accessible sockets provides a method for connecting to devices that only support IEEE 1394-1995 or IEEE 1394a-2000
There must not be a mixture of IEEE 1394-like media socket types on the back panel.
B188.8.131.52 Descriptors are required for Vendor_ID and Model_ID entries in the Configuration Status Register (CSR) space
B2.2.5 1394 Controllers/Devices - FAQs
B184.108.40.206 Current IEEE 1394 FAQs
B220.127.116.11 Power management requirements [Logo clarification]
Devices and controllers are not required to comply with 1394 Trade Association Power Specification, Part 3: Power State Management. This standard version is required with the release of a future operating system.
Support Bluetooth Simple Discovery Protocol (SDP) and the PnPInformation Service Class.
See FAQ B18.104.22.168
B2.3.5 Infrared/Wireless - FAQs
B22.214.171.124 For systems that include Bluetooth, support Version 1.1 [Clarification]
After October 1, 2001, systems including Bluetooth host controllers, radios, or peripherals must comply with Specification of the Bluetooth System, Version 1.1.
The driver and firmware requirements in B126.96.36.199.and B188.8.131.52 will not be enforced until three months after release of the Microsoft’s standard Version 1.1 Bluetooth stack. After this three-month transition period, Bluetooth driver submissions must use the standard Microsoft Version 1.1 stack.
FAQ date: May 08, 2001
B2.3.R Infrared/Wireless - Future Requirements
Announcement of additional future requirements will be published at http://www.microsoft.com/winlogo/hardware/wireless/.