article Hazard Communication Standards for Mobile Equipment, Mobile Phones and Portable Devices Wireless Networked by Hazard Communications Standard (ECSS) (pdf) are the industry’s standard standards for mobile devices, mobile phones and portable devices wired and wireless.
ECSS-based communications standard enables interoperability of the interoperable protocols in wireless networks.
This includes interoperability with the interoperating networks of the United States Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
The ECSS also requires interoperability between different mobile network technologies.
The standards are designed to help provide standards and interoperability for the development of mobile equipment and mobile phones that use the Internet Protocol (IP) to transmit data, such as video, audio and data.
The ECS is a voluntary standards organization and does not require interoperability among the participating members.
The standard is currently under development.
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