ISDN Subscriber Loop (Google eBook)

Front Cover
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 30, 1997 - Computers - 475 pages
1 Review
This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the operation, standards and technology of the ISDN subscriber loop. It is an essential reference for any engineer or engineering manager involved in the design and development of ISDN equipment as well as advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of communications systems.
  

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

el título no deja lugar a dudas

Contents

ISDN the dawning of a new era in telecommunications
1
11 PUBLIC NETWORKS
2
12 APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES
4
13 THE INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK ISDN
10
14 SUMMARY
22
ISDN standards and architecture
23
22 THE EARLY DAYS OF ISDN
24
23 ISDN STANDARDIZATION IN EUROPE
25
68 THE TDM INTERCONNECT BUS
217
69 THE GENERAL CIRCUIT INTERFACE GCI
220
610 IMPLEMENTATION OF CALL CONTROL SOFTWARE
230
611 APPLICATION PROGRAMMING INTERFACES
244
Voice and video communications in the ISDN
247
71 SPEECH AND AUDIO COMMUNICATIONS
248
72 VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS
257
73 CONFERENCING
283

24 ISDN STANDARDIZATION IN NORTH AMERICA
28
25 NARROWBAND AND BROADBAND ISDN
29
26 THE ITUT ISERIES RECOMMENDATIONS
31
27 THE ISDN SUBSCRIBER LOOP REFERENCE MODEL
32
28 REFERENCE CONFIGURATIONS AND REFERENCE POINTS
33
29 CHANNELS AND INTERFACE STRUCTURES
38
210 ISDN SERVICES
42
211 ISDN PROTOCOL STACKS
45
The ST interface the ISDN basic rate access physical layer usernetwork interface
49
31 FRAMING
51
32 POINTTOMULTIPOINT DCHANNEL ACCESS
53
33 MULTIFRAMING
55
34 WIRING CONFIGURATIONS
57
35 ACTIVATION AND DEACTIVATION
62
37 LAYER 1 STATES AND PRIMITIVES
68
38 LOOPBACKS AND MAINTENANCE
76
39 ST INTERFACE TRANSCEIVERS
77
The U interface and the basic rate access digital transmission system
91
41 SUBSCRIBER LOOP CABLES
92
42 DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LOOP TECHNOLOGY
95
43 U TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
110
44 REPEATERS
122
46 U INTERFACE TRANSCEIVERS
128
47 THE NT1
133
48 PAIRGAIN SYSTEMS
135
Protocols for ISDN call control signalling
139
52 LAPD FRAME STRUCTURE
141
53 LAPD PROCEDURES
148
54 THE NETWORK LAYER FOR BASIC CALL CONTROL
158
55 Q931 MESSAGE STRUCTURE
159
56 OTHER INFORMATION ELEMENTS
161
57 PROTOCOL CONTROL
166
58 CALL CONTROL APPLICATION
175
510 Q931 SUPPORT FOR SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES
176
511 CONTROL OF SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES
181
512 SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
187
The ISDN terminal
191
61 THE S INTERFACE TRANSCEIVER
193
62 THE HDLC CONTROLLER
194
63 THE MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEM
201
64 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE PARTITIONING
206
65 POWER SUPPLY
208
66 THE TERMINAL CODECFILTER
209
67 PERIPHERAL SERIAL CONTROL PORT
215
Data communication in the ISDN
289
81 TERMINAL ADAPTERS
290
82 V110
291
83 V120
300
84 TA DEVICES
308
85 CONNECTING PACKET MODE TERMINALS TO THE ISDN
310
86 TELEMATIC SERVICES
313
87 THE PC TERMINAL ADAPTER
315
ACCESSING THE INTERNET
318
89 LANTOLAN COMMUNICATIONS
319
810 PROVIDING MORE CONNECTION BANDWIDTH
326
811 FRAME RELAY
332
812 DATA CONFERENCING
335
The private branch exchange PBX and primary rate access PRA ISDN
341
92 PBX ARCHITECTURE AND OPERATION
343
93 PROPRIETARY DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LOOPS
347
94 TIME COMPRESSION MULTIPLEXING
348
95 PRA ISDN
354
96 INTERPBX SIGNALLING
361
Subscriber loop technologies beyond the ISDN
367
102 EXTENDING THE LIFE OF COPPER SUBSCRIBER LOOPS
369
103 THE HIGHBITRATE DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LOOP HDSL
370
104 THE ASYMMETRIC DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LOOP ADSL
378
105 HYBRID FIBRECOAX ACCESS NETWORKS
384
106 OPTICAL FIBRE IN THE SUBSCRIBER LOOP
388
107 THE SYNCHRONOUS DIGITAL HIERARCHY SDH
391
108 BROADBAND ISDN AND ATM
402
109 CUSTOMER PREMISES SUBSCRIBER LOOPS
412
The sevenlayer reference model for open systems interconnection
417
A2 THE SEVENLAYER REFERENCE MODEL
418
A3 LAYERING PRINCIPLES
422
A4 SUMMARY
425
List of ITUT ISeries Recommendations
427
Differences in ISDN services and signalling implementations
435
C2 PHYSICAL LAYER DIFFERENCES
440
C3 DIFFERENCES IN DATALINK LAYER LAPD STANDARDS
441
C4 DIFFERENCES IN NETWORK LAYER CALL CONTROL STANDARDS
442
C5 REGIONAL DIFFERENCES WITHIN EUROPE
443
Bibliography
447
Contacts
449
Glossary
451
Index
469
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 9 - SDMA can be combined with other multiple access schemes such as time division multiple access (TDMA) and code division multiple access (CDMA) to obtain larger system capacity.
Page 1 - One of these emerged with the telegraph in the first half of the 19th century, followed by the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876, and of the wireless by Marconi in 1895. Radio and television followed in this century. Such devices mechanized communication, the transmission of symbols. Since symbols are not made of matter, their movement through space does not constitute physical work (except in a trivial and irrelevant sense).

Bibliographic information