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    1.7 EXCHANGES 35Figure 1.7-2. Local

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    1.7 EXCHANGES 37Figure 1.7-4. Excha

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    1.8 ACCESS NETWORKS AND LINE CONCEN

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    1.10 REFERENCES 41ISDNITUITU-TLATAL

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    2INTRODUCTION TO SIGNALING2.1 OVERV

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    2.1 OVERVIEW 45networks and in the

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    2.1 OVERVIEW 47not involved in a ca

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    2.2 STANDARDS FOR SIGNALING SYSTEMS

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    2.3 ACRONYMS 51. Communications Sta

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    2.4 REFERENCES 537. R. B. Robrock,

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    56 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALINGFigure 3.1-1

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    58 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALINGFigure 3.2-1

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    60 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING3.2.5 Tones

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    62 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALINGHook Status.

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    64 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALINGthe low-grou

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    66 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING3.4.3 Tones

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    68 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALINGCall Waiting

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    70 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING3.6.1 Caller

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    72 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALINGCalled Party

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    74 SUBSCRIBER SIGNALINGRRRSSSCSITSL

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    76 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    78 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    80 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    88 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    90 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    92 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    94 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    96 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    98 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANGE

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    100 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANG

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    102 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANG

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    104 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANG

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    106 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANG

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    108 CHANNEL-ASSOCIATED INTEREXCHANG

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    5INTRODUCTION TOCOMMON-CHANNEL SIGN

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    5.1 SIGNALING NETWORKS 113Figure 5.

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    5.1 SIGNALING NETWORKS 115Quasiasso

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    5.1 SIGNALING NETWORKS 117Figure 5.

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    5.2 SIGNALING LINKS AND SIGNAL UNIT

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    5.2 SIGNALING LINKS AND SIGNAL UNIT

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    5.2 SIGNALING LINKS AND SIGNAL UNIT

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    5.3 ACRONYMS 125In the final step o

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    130 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKSTim

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    132 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKSCom

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    134 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKSTAB

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    144 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKSTAB

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    146 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKSFig

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    148 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKSC-C

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    150 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKSTAB

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    152 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKScan

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    154 SIGNALING IN ACCESS NETWORKSIDT

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    7INTRODUCTION TO SIGNALINGSYSTEM NO

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    7.1 SS7 STRUCTURE 159Message Transf

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    7.2 IDENTIFICATION OF SIGNALING POI

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    7.3 SS7 SIGNAL UNITS AND PRIMITIVES

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    7.4 ACRONYMS 165Figure 7.3-3 shows

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    8SS7 MESSAGE TRANSFER PARTThe Messa

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    8.2 MTP LEVEL 1 1698.1.2 Message Tr

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    8.3 OVERVIEW OF MTP LEVEL 2 171In e

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    8.3 OVERVIEW OF MTP LEVEL 2 173The

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    8.4 BASIC ERROR CORRECTION 175Figur

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    8.4 BASIC ERROR CORRECTION 177Figur

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    8.5 PREVENTIVE CYCLIC RETRANSMISSIO

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    8.6 SIGNALING LINK MANAGEMENT 181In

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    8.7 OVERVIEW OF MTP LEVEL 3 183Figu

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    8.8 MTP3 SIGNALING MESSAGE HANDLING

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    8.8 MTP3 SIGNALING MESSAGE HANDLING

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    8.9 MTP3 SIGNALING NETWORK MANAGEME

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    8.9 MTP3 SIGNALING NETWORK MANAGEME

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    8.9 MTP3 SIGNALING NETWORK MANAGEME

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    8.10 ACRONYMS 199H1 Message heading

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    9TELEPHONE USER PARTThe Telephone U

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    9.2 CALL-CONTROL MESSAGES AND SIGNA

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    9.2 CALL-CONTROL MESSAGES AND SIGNA

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    9.2 CALL-CONTROL MESSAGES AND SIGNA

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    9.2 CALL-CONTROL MESSAGES AND SIGNA

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    9.3 BASIC SIGNALING SEQUENCES 211TA

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    9.3 BASIC SIGNALING SEQUENCES 213Wh

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    9.3 BASIC SIGNALING SEQUENCES 215On

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    9.4 TUP SUPPORT OF ADDITIONAL SERVI

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    9.5 OTHER TUP PROCEDURES, MESSAGES,

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    9.5 OTHER TUP PROCEDURES, MESSAGES,

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    9.6 VERSIONS OF TUP SIGNALING 2259.

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    9.7 ACRONYMS 227ACM Address Complet

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    9.8 REFERENCES 229SAOSECSHPSISIFSIM

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    232 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    234 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    236 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    238 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    240 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    242 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    244 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    246 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    248 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    250 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    TABLE 10.3-3 Information Elements i

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    254 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    256 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    258 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    260 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    262 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    264 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    266 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    268 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    270 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    272 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    274 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER SIGNALING SY

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    11ISDN USER PARTThis chapter resume

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    11.2 ISUP MESSAGES, FORMATS, AND PA

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    11.2 ISUP MESSAGES, FORMATS, AND PA

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    11.2 ISUP MESSAGES, FORMATS, AND PA

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    TABLE 11.2-2 Parameters in ISUP Cal

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    11.2 ISUP MESSAGES, FORMATS, AND PA

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    11.2 ISUP MESSAGES, FORMATS, AND PA

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    11.2 ISUP MESSAGES, FORMATS, AND PA

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    11.2 ISUP MESSAGES, FORMATS, AND PA

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    11.3 SIGNALING FOR CALLS BETWEEN IS

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    11.4 CALLS INVOLVING ANALOG SUBSCRI

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    11.4 CALLS INVOLVING ANALOG SUBSCRI

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    11.5 END-TO-END SIGNALING 305In the

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    11.5 END-TO-END SIGNALING 307Figure

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    11.6 OTHER SIGNALING PROCEDURES 309

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    11.6 OTHER SIGNALING PROCEDURES 311

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    11.6 OTHER SIGNALING PROCEDURES 313

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    11.6 OTHER SIGNALING PROCEDURES 315

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    11.7 SIGNALING PROCEDURES FOR FAILE

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    11.8 ISUP SIGNALING IN THE INTERNAT

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    11.9 ISUP SIGNALING IN THE UNITED S

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    11.10 ACRONYMS 323transferred trans

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    11.11 REFERENCES 325SCCP Signaling

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    12SIGNALING IN CELLULARMOBILE TELEC

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    12.1 INTRODUCTION TO CELLULAR MOBIL

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    12.1 INTRODUCTION TO CELLULAR MOBIL

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    12.1 INTRODUCTION TO CELLULAR MOBIL

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    Figure 12.2-1. Transmission of mess

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    12.3 INTRODUCTION TO AMPS SIGNALING

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    12.3 INTRODUCTION TO AMPS SIGNALING

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    12.4 AMPS MESSAGE FORMATS AND PARAM

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    12.4 AMPS MESSAGE FORMATS AND PARAM

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    12.5 AMPS SIGNALING PROCEDURES 353s

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    12.5 AMPS SIGNALING PROCEDURES 355p

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    12.6 SIGNALING IN IS-54 CELLULAR SY

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    12.6 SIGNALING IN IS-54 CELLULAR SY

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    12.6 SIGNALING IN IS-54 CELLULAR SY

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    12.7 INTRODUCTION TO THE GSM CELLUL

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    12.8 SIGNALING BETWEEN MOBILE AND N

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    12.10 ACRONYMS 385FVCGAWGSMIMEIIMSI

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    390 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    392 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    394 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    396 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    404 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    406 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    410 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    412 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    TABLE 13.3-1 Forward CDMA Physical

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    454 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    456 AIR INTERFACE SIGNALING IN CDMA

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    14INTRODUCTION TOTRANSACTIONSThe TU

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    14.2 SS7 ARCHITECTURE FOR TRANSACTI

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    CCIS Common-channel interoffice sig

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    466 SIGNALING CONNECTION CONTROL PA

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    468 SIGNALING CONNECTION CONTROL PA

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    TABLE 15.2-2 Parameters in SCCP Mes

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    494 SIGNALING CONNECTION CONTROL PA

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    16TRANSACTION CAPABILITIESAPPLICATI

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    16.1 INTRODUCTION 499Figure 16.1-1.

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    16.1 INTRODUCTION 501TABLE 16.1-1 T

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    16.1 INTRODUCTION 503TABLE 16.1-4Co

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    16.2 TCAP FORMATS AND CODING 505ASN

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    16.2 TCAP FORMATS AND CODING 507TAB

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    17TRANSACTIONS ININTELLIGENT NETWOR

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    17.1 INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIGENT NE

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    17.4 AIN 0.1 PARAMETERS 535Figure 1

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    18INTELLIGENT NETWORKAPPLICATION PA

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    18.1 INTRODUCTION 559Figure 18.1-2

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    18.2 CALL MODELS AND TRIGGERS 561.

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    18.3 CAPABILITY SETS 563CS-2. This

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    18.4 INAP SIGNALING 565TABLE 18.4-1

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    18.4 INAP SIGNALING 567SACF. MACF a

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    18.4 INAP SIGNALING 569TABLE 18.4-5

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    18.5 ETSI INAP 571At the end of the

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    18.7 REFERENCES 57544. Interface Re

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    578 MOBILE APPLICATION PART19.1 INT

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    20INTRODUCTION TO PACKETNETWORKS AN

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    20.3 INTRODUCTION TO VoIP 651There

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    20.3 INTRODUCTION TO VoIP 655some V

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    20.3 INTRODUCTION TO VoIP 657On the

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    21SIGNALING FOR VoIP21.1 INTRODUCTI

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    21.2 THE H.323 PROTOCOL 67121.2 THE

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    21.2 THE H.323 PROTOCOL 679Recommen

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    21.6 THE BEARER INDEPENDENT CALL-CO

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    21.6 THE BEARER INDEPENDENT CALL-CO

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    21.7 ACRONYMS 717FSN Forward sequen

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    22SIGNALING IN ATM NETWORKSATM, or

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    22.1 INTRODUCTION TO ATM NETWORKS A

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    22.2 ATM LAYERS AND PROTOCOL STACK

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    22.3 LOWER LAYERS 729Figure 22.2-3.

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    22.3 LOWER LAYERS 73122.3.2 AAL/SAA

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    22.4 INTRODUCTION TO ATM SIGNALING

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    22.5 SIGNALING AT THE UNI INTERFACE

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    TABLE 22.5-2 Variable-Length Inform

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    22.6 THE PNNI PROTOCOL 739Figure 22

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    TABLE 22.6-1 Variable-Length Inform

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    22.7 THE B-ISUP SIGNALING PROTOCOL

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    22.7 THE B-ISUP SIGNALING PROTOCOL

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    22.9 ATM ADDRESSING 747administrati

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    22.10 ACRONYMS 749IEIETFISUPITUITU-

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    22.11 REFERENCES 75123. Private Net

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    754 INDEXAddress signalsAsynchrouno

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    756 INDEXApplication entity (AE)Int

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    758 INDEXBearer services (continued

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    760 INDEXCalled Address derivation,

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    762 INDEXCellular authentication an

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    768 INDEXData link connections, Dig

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    770 INDEXDigital Subscriber Signali

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    772 INDEXError correction (continue

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    774 INDEXFour-wire circuits (contin

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    776 INDEXHome mobile switching cent

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    778 INDEXIntelligent networks (INs)

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    790 INDEXPhysical channels, cdma200

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    798 INDEXSignaling network manageme

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    800 INDEXSignaling System No. 7 (SS

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    802 INDEXStored-program controlled

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    804 INDEXTandem exchangeinterconnec

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