BS ISO 22259:2019 Conference systems. Equipment. Requirements

BS ISO 22259:2019

Conference systems. Equipment. Requirements

Status : Current   Published : April 2019



What is this standard about?

This document specifies requirements for typical conference systems, the parts they are composed of, the auxiliary devices necessary for their use (such as microphones, headphones, and sound reinforcement equipment) and the environment in which they are used. These requirements ensure interoperability and optimum performance under conditions of normal operation.

It is applicable to both wired and wireless systems.

The environment and areas where events are held are described in Annex A of this document.

This document facilitates the determination of the quality of conference systems, the comparison of different systems and the assessment of their proper use by listing their characteristics. This document contains the technical backbone of ISO 20108 and ISO 20109.

Standard NumberBS ISO 22259:2019
TitleConference systems. Equipment. Requirements
Publication Date15 April 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60268-7, IEC 61603-7, ISO 20108, IEC 60417, IEC 60268-4, ISO 7000, IEC 60118-4, IEC 62489-1, ISO 639-3
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 9241-303, ISO/TS 16976-7:2013, ISO/IEC 14776-153:2015, ISO/IEC Guide 71:2014, ISO/TR 22411, ISO/TS 19130-2:2014, ITU-R BT.1359-1, ISO 4043, ISO 20109, ISO 2603:2016, ISO 13372:2012, ISO 18841:2018, ISO 5577:2017
International RelationshipsISO 22259:2019
Draft Superseded By18/30359131 DC
DescriptorsHeaters, Works of art, Environment (working), Thermal environment systems, Old, Thermal design of buildings, Conservation, Ergonomics, Building conservation, Air changes, Buildings, Thermal comfort, Space-heating systems, Ventilation
Title in FrenchSystèmes de conférence. Équipement. Exigences
ISBN978 0 580 98198 2
File Size1.175 MB

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