Thread Subject: Re: CombinedHardwareSubcommitteeProposal
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Date: Mon, Dec 18 2006 3:55 PM
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Yes, in the case of font size the product size is the deciding factor.
Then how about sound volume. "For voice and/or sound, products shall provide
an adjustable gain" is a common requirement. But the required minimum gain
may different; e.g. TV must be louder than headset.
It is reasonable that:
1. In the general part, we write specifications that do not include
quantitative measures; e.g. "For voice and/or sound, products shall provide
an adjustable gain."
2. In sub-category parts, we provide reasonable quantitative measures;
e.g. telecommunications product part, we write "The gain shall be adjustable
up to a minimum of 20 dB. For incremental volume control, at least one
intermediate step of 12 dB of gain shall be provided."
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