Open Standards

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For working together, a common base is needed. Standards are defined, but often, they are not for free.

The thought of "open source software" is a good thing, giving a quick exchange to people with the same goal.

This page is intended for people who want to define a working base to collaborate with others, without consortiums, patents or other barriers.

If you have a good definition for working together, for example electrical interface definitions so that students from different universities can exchange their work, you are invited to place it here.


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  1. Multipurpose AC-Battery
  2. ChoirWire distributed audio mixing
  3. your Proposal for a Standard


Attention: This standards and the ideas inside are free for use.

Nevertheless, check for intellectual property rights (patents) before commercial use.