Here is a compiled table of networking standards in alphabetical order:

Networking StandardDescription
802.11 Frame TypesVarious types of frames used in 802.11 (Wi-Fi) networks, such as control frames, management frames, and data frames.
Admission ControlA technique used to avoid oversubscription of network bandwidth resources, by limiting the amount of traffic admitted into networks.
AES47A standard for transmitting digital audio over Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networks.
AES50A high-resolution multichannel interconnect standard.
AES51An audio networking standard that provides for high-performance streaming of digital audio over Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networks.
AES53A standard for IP-based networking systems that delivers real-time, high-performance streaming audio.
AES67An audio-over-IP standard allowing interoperation between various IP-based audio networking systems.
Amazon SidewalkA shared network to help devices work better, operated by Amazon.
ANSI/TIA-568A set of standards for telecommunications cabling in commercial buildings.
Asynchronous Transfer ModeA protocol that moves data in fixed-size cells instead of packets for high-speed communication.
ATM25A network technology based on transferring data in cells or packets of a fixed size using Asynchronous Transfer Mode standards over a 25Mbit/s physical medium.
Audio over IPA method of transporting high-quality audio over an IP network.
AXIeAn open standard based on AdvancedTCA architecture with enhancements for instrumentation and test.
Battlefield Airborne Communications NodeA United States Air Force communication relay and gateway system that provides flexible and adaptable capabilities.
BluetoothA wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances from fixed and mobile devices.
CoreuAn Internet of Things (IoT) network standard developed by Proximus for long range, low bandwidth device communication.
Data Center Manageability InterfaceA management interface for data centers allowing standardized management of different components.
Desktop and mobile Architecture for System HardwareA set of standards for desktop and mobile architecture, typically involving interoperability and performance benchmarks.
Directory Access ProtocolA protocol for accessing an X.500 directory, to enable sharing of information about users, systems, networks, services, and applications throughout the network.
EthernetA network technology used for data transmission over LANs.
Ethernet train backboneA standard that describes the functions and features related to an Ethernet-based communication system in trains.
Evolved Wireless Ad Hoc NetworkAdvanced wireless networking technology enabling direct communication between devices without central coordination or infrastructure.
External Data RepresentationA standard for transferring data between different hardware and OS platforms.
Federation (information technology)A system for the distribution and synchronization of information and computation across multiple computing resources.
FTAMFile Transfer Access and Management – an ISO standard that provides services for accessing, managing, and transferring files.
G.9963A standard by ITU-T for Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT).
G.9970A standard by ITU-T for a unified high-speed wire-line based home network transceiver.
G.9972Coexistence mechanism for wireline broadband access technologies standard by ITU-T.
G.hnA specification for home networking with data rates up to 2 Gbit/s and operation over four types of legacy wires.
Generic Substation EventsA communication protocol for substation and feeder equipment suitable for deployment in intelligent utility substation systems.
High-availability Seamless RedundancyA protocol used in automation technology to add redundancy to a network to achieve high availability of data transmission.
High-Level Data Link ControlA set of protocols for transmitting data between network points (nodes).
Home Gateway InitiativeA group of broadband providers that developed recommendations for home gateway performance, features, and interfaces.
HVLANHierarchical Virtual LAN – A type of Virtual LAN (VLAN) that adds hierarchy to standard VLANs to improve scalability and management.
IEC 61334A standard related to distribution automation using distribution line carrier systems.
IEC 62379A set of standards by IEC for common control interface in audiovisual systems.
IEC/IEEE 61850-9-3Precision Time Protocol (PTP) profile for power utility automation by the International Electrotechnical Commission and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
IEEE 802.1AEA standard defining MAC security (MACsec) in Ethernet networks.
IEEE 802.1agA standard for connectivity fault management (CFM) in Ethernet networks.
IEEE 802.1XAn IEEE standard for port-based Network Access Control (PNAC).
IEEE 802.6A standard for Metropolitan Area Networks, specifically Distributed Queue Dual Bus (DQDB).
IEEE 802.11beThe eighth amendment to IEEE 802.11, expected to be the next high-throughput WLAN amendment.
IEEE 1355A standard for a scalable, low-cost, high-speed packet-switched digital communication network.
IEEE 1901A standard for high-speed powerline communications (greater than 100 Mbit/s at the physical layer), making it possible to connect computers and consumer electronics devices to one another and to the Internet using existing power lines.
Interactive Connectivity EstablishmentA NAT traversal technique standard used in VoIP applications.
IP audio codecA device that compresses and decompresses digital audio data for transmission over the Internet Protocol (IP).
IP codecA device or program capable of encoding or decoding a digital data stream or signal used over Internet Protocol.
IP tunnelA network tunneling protocol that encapsulates one type of packet within another type of packet, to allow network communications that wouldn’t otherwise be possible due to incompatible protocols, traffic filtering or other reasons.
LAN eXtensions for InstrumentationA standard that defines high-speed, instrument-grade LAN (Local Area Network) for use in connecting electronic instruments.
Local multipoint distribution serviceA telecommunications service that can be used for broadband networks with wireless transmission.
Look-Aside InterfaceA method of connecting high-performance devices to systems in a way that they can operate concurrently.
Media Redundancy ProtocolA protocol that allows for ring topology in automation networks, thus increasing the network’s availability.
Media-independent handoverA standard for seamless handover of ongoing IP-based communications including voice calls and data sessions from one network to another.
MITMOTMobile Internet Technology – Mobile Over TCP. A protocol for mobile internet connectivity over TCP connections.
Network Computer Reference ProfileA specification for a network computer, a concept promoted by Oracle Corporation in the mid-1990s.
OMA Device ManagementA protocol from the Open Mobile Alliance for managing mobile devices over-the-air in wireless networks.
P25 ISSIA standard for public safety communications, enabling interoperability among disparate systems in the public safety community.
Parallel Redundancy ProtocolA network protocol standard for industrial networking that allows for seamless recovery in the case of network failure.
Power Matters AllianceAn organization for the advancement of inductive charging technology (wireless charging).
Preboot Execution EnvironmentA technology that enables a PC to boot from a network location, independent of data storage devices like hard drives.
Precision Time Protocol Industry ProfileA standard for synchronizing clocks within a computer network.
Private Network-to-Network InterfaceA protocol for communication between two networking devices, usually routers, allowing them to route traffic from multiple separate networks.
Redfish (specification)An open industry standard that delivers simple and secure management for converged, hybrid IT and the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC).
RS-232An older standard for serial binary data signals connecting between a DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) and a DCE (Data Circuit-terminating Equipment).
SeatoothA patented wireless technology which can transmit and receive data through water, and through solid objects such as concrete and human body tissue.
Segmentation and reassemblyA process used in network layer protocols to break down larger packets into smaller packets and then reassemble them at the receiving end.
Solaris IP network multipathingA high-availability and load-balancing feature that enables the transmission of packets over multiple network interface cards (NICs) on the same server.
Space Communications Protocol SpecificationsA set of protocols for communication over space links.
Structured cablingA type of infrastructure that supports the performance of an organization’s cabling system or network.
Systems Management Architecture for Server HardwareA suite of specifications that deliver an architecture for highly manageable servers.
Trivial File Transfer ProtocolA simple, lock-step, file transfer protocol which allows a client to get or put a file onto a remote host.
Universal Powerline AssociationAn international association working on global standards and specifications for data communications over power lines.
Universal powerline busA technology for power-line communication that uses electrical wiring to connect appliances and electronic devices.
Wake-on-LANAn Ethernet computer networking standard that allows a computer to be turned on or awakened by a network message.
Wake-on-ringA technology that allows a computer that is turned off or in standby mode to be woken up by a telephone call.
Weightless (wireless communications)A set of wireless technology standards for exchanging data between a base station and thousands of machines around it.
Wi-FiA wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to provide high-speed network and internet connections.
Wireless Home Digital InterfaceA consumer electronics standard for wirelessly streaming uncompressed high-definition video and audio within a home.
WirelessHDA standard for wireless high-definition digital video and audio transmission within the home.
X.3An ITU-T standard that specifies interfaces for connecting to a Packet Switched Public Data Network (PSPDN).
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