A trade organization in Washington representing manufacturers of electronic equipment in the United States. EIRP
A voluntary body of manufacturers which, among other activities, prepares and publishes standards.
An organization of US manufacturers of electronic parts and equipment. The organization develops industry standards for the interface between data processing and communications equipment.
A organization whose industry members establish standards for electrical components and consumer electronics products. In 1988, the EIA created a second group called the TIA to administer telecommunications and information technology standards.
A U.S. manufacturer's group which, as one of its functions, sets some interface standards.
An organization of manufacturers of electronic parts and systems. The EIA sets such standards as the EIA-232 interface specification.
A standards organization specializing in the electrical and functional characteristics of interface equipment.
Electronics Industries Association. The association that determines recommended audio and video standards in the US.
This association is a group which defines electronic standards in the U.S.