IEEE (3)

The IEEE has more than 430,000 members in more than 160 countries. It publishes a third of the world’s technical literature in electrical engineering, computer science and electronics and is a leading developer of international standards that underpin many of today's telecommunications, information technology and power generation products and services.

The IEEE Computer Society is the world's leading membership organization dedicated to computer science and technology. Serving more than 60,000 members, the IEEE Computer Society is the trusted information, networking, and career-development source for a global community of technology leaders that includes researchers, educators, software engineers, IT professionals, employers, and students.

The Society is involved in a number of standards activities

The list of Technical Committees and Councils can be found here


IEEE Communications Society has evolved into a diverse group of global industry professionals with a common interest in advancing all communications technologies. Members interact across international and technological borders to:

  • produce publications
  • organize conferences
  • foster educational programs
  • promote local activities
  • work on technical committees

The technical committees and subcommittees that function under the IEEE ComSoc are listed here.

The Society's standards activities are organised into Standards Development and Standardization Programs Development

Link to IEEE ComSoc website

Broadcasting is a one-to-many communication service in which the transmissions are intended for direct reception by the general public or a target audience, which may include audio, video and/or data services. The field of interest of the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society (BTS) shall encompass devices, equipment, techniques, and systems related to broadcast technology, including the production, distribution, wired and wireless  transmission, propagation aspects and reception.


The Society’ Standards Committee has the following active working groups:

Audio/Video Techniques Working Group—G2.1

The Audio/Video Techniques Group focuses on standards documents that are associated with equipment and systems associated with audio and video signals as used in broadcast systems.

RF Techniques Working Group—G2.2

The RF Techniques Group focuses on standards documents that are associated with signals and systems after the input signal has been converted to an RF signal.


Link to website