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DPS over IP website Procedure for obtaining the guideline
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In order to obtain the Implementation Guidelines for DPS over IP, the following two documents (the "Required Documents") which can be downloaded in PDF format as described below must be submitted to Agreement for CIPA DCG-006 (“the Agreement”), and STATEMENT FOR DCG-006 (“the Statement”).
The Required Documents are documents for obtaining CIPA DCG-006-2012 stipulated as a guideline by CIPA. The applicant submitting the Required Documents to CIPA must fill in the required information and agree by signing and stamping the documents. The information necessary to obtain the guideline will be supplied by CIPA provided the details satisfy the conditions*1 stipulated by CIPA.
*1 CIPA conditions:
- The applicant must be a corporate organization.
- It must be for the purpose of developing, manufacturing, or selling products incorporating DPS over IP.
- The organization must have sufficient capability to develop, manufacture, or sell the above products.

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Agreement, Statement  
The procedure from application to receipt is as follows.
1. Submit Agreement and Statement2. Issue access IDs (10) required for obtaining guideline3. Download guideline
1. Submit Agreement and Statement

Same procedure applies for both CIPA and non-CIPA members.
Print out the Agreement and the Statement, fill in the required details, sign the documents and post them to the address given below.
Note that only original documents can be accepted. Email, faxes, or copies cannot be accepted.

Address: DPS over IP Dept.
Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA)
MA Shibaura bldg., 3-8-10, Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-0023 Japan

The signature on the Agreement and the Statement indicate the agreement of the person representing the applicant company or a responsible agent. There is no stipulation by CIPA on who may sign on behalf of the applicant company, but it should be a person qualified to indicate agreement.
For more details, download DC-X006-2011 DRAFT, which was made available to the public in accordance with WTO/TBT agreements.
2. Issue access IDs (10) required for obtaining guideline

Provided the conditions stipulated by CIPA are satisfied, an access ID that enables the standard to be downloaded will normally be issued within six to seven days after CIPA receives the application. The access ID will be sent to the email address specified in Article 8 (Notice) of the Agreement.
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* Note that the access ID will not be issued if the Required Documents contain omissions or if the details do not satisfy the conditions stipulated by CIPA.
In this case, notice will always be sent to the email address specified in Article 8 (Notice) of the Agreement.
Please also note that the Required Documents cannot be returned for any reason.
3. Download guideline

The access ID received can be used to download the guideline.
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