ITU-T A-Series Recommendations ORGANIZATION OF THE WORK OF ITU-T Supplements to the Series A Recommendations A supplements

Charging and accounting principles for intelligent network supported services Recommendations for regional application Recommendations applicable in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin Recommendations applicable in Latin America

D.285-D.299 D.300-D.699 D.300-D.399 D.400-D.499 D.500-D.599 D.600-D.699 D supplements

ITU-T D-Series Recommendations GENERAL TARIFF PRINCIPLES Terms and definitions General tariff principles Private leased telecommunication facilities Tariff principles applying to data communication services over dedicated public data networks Charging and accounting in the international public telegram service Charging and accounting in the international telemessage service Principles applicable to GII-Internet Charging and accounting in the international telex service Charging and accounting in the international facsimile service Charging and accounting in the international videotex service Charging and accounting in the international phototelegraph service Charging and accounting in the mobile services Charging and accounting in the international telephone service Drawing up and exchange of international telephone and telex accounts International sound- and television-programme transmissions Charging and accounting for international satellite services Transmission of monthly international accounting information Service and privilege telecommunications Settlement of international telecommunication balances of accounts Charging and accounting principles for international telecommunication services provided over the ISDN Charging and accounting principles for next generation networks (NGN) Charging and accounting principles for universal personal telecommunication D.0-D.0 D.1-D.299 D.1-D.9 D.10-D.39 D.40-D.44 D.45-D.49 D.50-D.59 D.60-D.69 D.70-D.75 D.76-D.79 D.80-D.89 D.90-D.99 D.100-D.159 D.160-D.179 D.180-D.184 D.185-D.189 D.190-D.191 D.192-D.195 D.196-D.209 D.210-D.269

Recommendations applicable in Asia and Oceania Recommendations applicable to the African Region Supplements to the Series D Recommendations

ITU-T E-Series Recommendations OVERALL NETWORK OPERATION, TELEPHONE SERVICE, SERVICE OPERATION AND HUMAN FACTORS International operation Definitions General provisions concerning Administrations General provisions concerning users Operation of international telephone services Numbering plan of the international telephone service International routing plan Tones in national signalling systems Numbering plan of the international telephone service Maritime mobile service and public land mobile service Operational provisions relating to charging and accounting in the international telephone service Charging in the international telephone service Measuring and recording call durations for accounting purposes Utilization of the international telephone network for nontelephony applications General E.100-E.229 E.100-E.103 E.104-E.119 E.120-E.139 E.140-E.159 E.160-E.169 E.170-E.179 E.180-E.189 E.190-E.199 E.200-E.229 E.230-E.299 E.230-E.249 E.260-E.269 E.300-E.329 E.300-E.319 E.320-E.329 E.330-E.349 E.350-E.399 E.400-E.489 E.400-E.404


Phototelegraphy ISDN provisions concerning users


International routing plan Network management International service statistics

799 F.29 F.1000-E.200-F.879 E.19 F.105-F.519 E.109 F.104 F.749 E.109 F.900-E.1-F.299 F.405-E.550-F.650-E.999 E.1-F.599 F.580-F.810-E.859 Public facsimile service Teletex service Videotex service General provisions for telematic services Message handling services Directory services E.400-F.100-E.999 F supplements E.850-F.599 E.549 F.1999 E.600-E.350-F.159 F.699 E.20-F.506-E.649 E.99 F.110-F.599 F.90-F.600-F.539 E.1100-E.4999 E.199 F.40-F.1199 E.490-E.799 E.4199 E supplements E.699 F.400-E.899 ITU-T F-Series Recommendations NON-TELEPHONE TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES Telegraph service Operating methods for the international public telegram service The gentex network Message switching The international telemessage service The international telex service Statistics and publications on international telegraph services Scheduled and leased communication services Phototelegraph service Mobile service Mobile services and multidestination satellite services Telematic services F. networks and services Other International operation Numbering plan of the international telephone service Network management International network management Supplements to the Series E Recommendations Supplements to the Series E Recommendations relating to the operations of the international service Supplements to the Series E Recommendations relating to telephone network management and traffic engineering E.110-F.800-E.30-F.860-E.500-F.International network management Checking the quality of the international telephone service Traffic engineering Measurement and recording of traffic Forecasting of traffic Determination of the number of circuits in manual operation Determination of the number of circuits in automatic and semiautomatic operation Grade of service Definitions Traffic engineering for IP-networks ISDN traffic engineering Mobile network traffic engineering Quality of telecommunication services: concepts.800-F.540-E.579 F.489 E.809 E.899 F.505 E.400 supplements E.899 E.59-F.844 E.799 E.159 F.520-E.700-F.849 F.399 F.900-F.160-F.845-E.800-E. objectives and dependability planning Terms and definitions related to the quality of telecommunication services Models for telecommunication services Objectives for quality of service and related concepts of telecommunication services Use of quality of service objectives for planning of telecommunication networks Field data collection and evaluation on the performance of equipment.160-F.4000-E.490-E.300-F.700-E.100-F.900 supplements Document communication Document communication Programming communication interfaces Data transmission services Audiovisual services ISDN services Universal personal telecommunication Human factors Supplements to the Series F Recommendations ITU-T G-Series Recommendations TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS AND MEDIA.89 F.4100-E.510-E.419 E.880-E.39 F.349 F.509 E.750-E.499 F.550-F.58 F.399 F. DIGITAL SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS .420-E. models.

100-G.860-G.680-G.200-G. Individual characteristics of international carrier telephone systems on metallic lines Carrier telephone systems on unloaded symmetric cable pairs.679 G.320-G.850-G.829 G.729 G.190-G.770-G.819 G.110-G. supergroups.399 synchronous digital hierarchy Other terminal equipment Digital networks General aspects Design objectives for digital networks Quality and availability targets Network capabilities and functions G.730-G.649 G.140-G.169 G.430-G.450-G.229 G.420-G.470-G.199 G.499 G.220-G.639 G.739 G.700-G.119 Circuit noise Coordination of radiotelephony and line telephony Radiotelephone circuits Links with mobile stations G.769 G.179 G.830-G.130-G.400-G.799 G.329 G.810-G.120-G.870-G.790-G.6/9.449 G.159 G. etc.630-G.629 G.659 G.789 G.619 G. administration and maintenance features of transmission equipment Principal characteristics of multiplexing equipment for the G.210-G.2/4.740-G.759 G.240-G.160-G.439 SDH network characteristics Management of transport network SDH radio and satellite systems integration Optical transport networks .219 G.299 G.799 G.899 G.610-G.800-G.349 G.350-G.4 mm coaxial cable pairs Additional Recommendations on cable systems General characteristics of international carrier telephone systems on radio-relay or satellite links and interconnection with metallic lines General Recommendations Interconnection of radio-relay links with carrier systems on metallic lines Hypothetical reference circuits G.849 G.449 G.429 G.400-G.760-G.199 G.869 G.879 G.100-G.300-G.620-G.5 mm coaxial cable pairs Carrier systems on 1.609 G.800-G.859 G.139 Symmetric cable pairs Land coaxial cable pairs G. providing groups or supergroups Carrier systems on 2.600-G.330-G.129 Transmission media and optical systems characteristics General G.340-G.840-G.750-G.299 G.839 G.709 G.International telephone connections and circuits Transmission planning and the E-model General Recommendations on the transmission quality for an entire international telephone connection General characteristics of national systems forming part of international connections General characteristics of the 4-wire chain formed by the international circuits and national extension circuits General characteristics of the 4-wire chain of international circuits.780-G.150-G.239 G.600-G.450-G.660-G.710-G.339 G.109 G.699 G.180-G.170-G.399 General Coding of voice and audio signals Principal characteristics of primary multiplex equipment Principal characteristics of second order multiplex equipment Principal characteristics of higher order multiplex equipment Principal characteristics of transcoder and digital multiplication equipment Operations.749 G.499 G.650-G.440-G.700-G. international transit General characteristics of international telephone circuits and national extension circuits Apparatus associated with long-distance telephone circuits Transmission plan aspects of special circuits and connections using the international telephone connection network Protection and restoration of transmission systems Software tools for transmission systems General characteristics common to all analogue carriertransmission systems Definitions and general considerations General Recommendations Translating equipment used on various carrier-transmission systems Utilization of groups.189 G.699 G.809 G.779 G.230-G.640-G.419 G.149 Submarine cables Free space optical systems Optical fibre cables Characteristics of optical components and subsystems Characteristics of optical systems Digital terminal equipments G.469 G.820-G.

929 ITU-T H-Series Recommendations AUDIOVISUAL AND MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS Characteristics of visual telephone systems Infrastructure of audiovisual services H.730-H.Digital sections and digital line system General Parameters for optical fibre cable systems Digital sections at hierarchical bit rates based on a bit rate of 2048 kbit/s Digital line transmission systems on cable at non-hierarchical bit rates Digital line systems provided by FDM transmission bearers Digital line systems Digital section and digital transmission systems for customer access to ISDN Optical fibre submarine cable systems Optical line systems for local and access networks Access networks Multimedia Quality of Service and performance – Generic and user-related aspects Transmission media characteristics Data over Transport – Generic aspects General G.920-G.220-H.6000-G.219 H.739 Transport network control aspects Packet over Transport aspects Ethernet over Transport aspects MPLS over Transport aspects Quality and availability targets Service Management Access networks In premises networks Supplements to the Series G Recommendations .990-G.500-H.1000-G.599 H.349 H.940-G.359 G.719 H.970-G.539 H.549 H.960-G.200-H.8199 G. triple-play and advanced multimedia services Broadband multimedia services over VDSL Advanced multimedia services and applications Ubiquitous sensor network applications and Internet of Things IPTV multimedia services and applications for IPTV General aspects IPTV terminal devices IPTV middleware H.909 G.8000-G.9900G.9999 G.959 G.230-H.9000-G.360-H.950-G.910-G.629 H.9999 G supplements General Transmission multiplexing and synchronization Systems aspects Communication procedures Coding of moving video Related systems aspects Systems and terminal equipment for audiovisual services Directory services architecture for audiovisual and multimedia services Quality of service architecture for audiovisual and multimedia services Supplementary services for multimedia Mobility and Collaboration procedures Overview of Mobility and Collaboration.649 H.500-H.999 G.919 G.499 H.700-H.6999 G.8299 G.8999 G.369 H.900-G.949 G.8699 G.560-H. protocols and procedures Mobility for H-Series multimedia systems and services Mobile multimedia collaboration applications and services Security for mobile multimedia systems and services Security for mobile multimedia collaboration applications and services Mobility interworking procedures Mobile multimedia collaboration inter-working procedures Broadband.7799 G.7700G.100-H.559 H.550-H.600-H.259 H.499 H.620-H.299 H.520-H.239 H.700-H.8000G.8600G.619 H.7000G.939 G.979 G.519 H.900-G.699 H.799 H.450-H.280-H.260-H.999 G.969 G. definitions.530-H.240-H.7999 G.279 H.509 H.510-H.989 G.350-H.8100G.980-G.8200G.729 H.540-H.199 H.529 H.1999 G.200-H.8099 G.930-G.610-H.640-H.720-H.7000-G.300-H.229 H.7099 G.569 H.

rate adaption and support of existing interfaces Aspects of ISDN affecting terminal requirements Internetwork interfaces Maintenance principles I.39 J.250-I.70-J.399 I.469 I.129 J.259 I. SOUND PROGRAMME AND OTHER MULTIMEDIA SIGNALS General Recommendations General specifications for analogue sound-programme transmission Performance characteristics of analogue sound-programme circuits Equipment and lines used for analogue sound-programme circuits Digital encoders for analogue sound-programme signals Digital transmission of sound-programme signals Circuits for analogue television transmission Analogue television transmission over metallic lines and interconnection with radio-relay links Digital transmission of television signals Ancillary digital services for television transmission Operational requirements and methods for television transmission Interactive systems for digital television distribution Transport of MPEG-2 signals on packetized networks Measurement of the quality of service Digital television distribution through local subscriber networks J.749 H.730-I.320-I.799 I.470-I.329 I.140-I.449 I.770-H.430-I.9 J.10-J.760-I.119 I.229 I.350-I.759 I.750-H.159 .360-I.600-I.740-I.500-I.199 I.339 I.209 I.769 H.1-J.30-J.149 I.700-I.220-I.779 H.129 I.359 I.99 J.759 H.369 I.399 I.139 I.429 B-ISDN equipment aspects ATM equipment Transport functions Management of ATM equipment Multiplexing aspects Supplements to the Series I Recommendations ITU-T J-Series Recommendations CABLE NETWORKS AND TRANSMISSION OF TELEVISION.89 J.59 J.50-J.439 I.460-I.149 J.450-I.109 J.249 I.130-I.150-I.90-J.100-J.499 I.210-I.230-I.150-J.750-I.49 J.370-I.29 J.410-I.130-J.699 I.120-I.239 I.60-J.20-J.349 I.769 I supplements ITU-T I-Series Recommendations INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK General structure Terminology Description of ISDNs General modelling methods Telecommunication network and service attributes General description of asynchronous transfer mode Service capabilities Scope General aspects of services in ISDN Common aspects of services in the ISDN Bearer services supported by an ISDN Teleservices supported by an ISDN Supplementary services in ISDN Overall network aspects and functions Network functional principles Reference models Numbering.69 J.IPTV application event handling IPTV metadata IPTV multimedia application frameworks IPTV service discovery up to consumption Digital Signage Supplements to the Series H Recommendations H.219 I.400-I.310-I.200-I.110-J.760-H.300-I.459 I.199 I.299 I.489 I.110-I.100-I.40-J.19 J.200-I.80-J.440-I.739 I.140-J.780-H.139 J. addressing and routing Connection types Performance objectives Protocol layer requirements General network requirements and functions ISDN user-network interfaces Application of I-series Recommendations to ISDN user-network interfaces I.749 I.319 I.789 H supplements Layer 1 Recommendations Layer 2 Recommendations Layer 3 Recommendations Multiplexing.330-I.240-I.599 I.340-I.79 J.740-H.

249 J.79 N.3000M.1099 M.1300M.559 M.900-M.1100M. INSTALLATION AND PROTECTION OF CABLES AND OTHER ELEMENTS OF OUTSIDE PLANT MAINTENANCE: INTERNATIONAL SOUND PROGRAMME AND TELEVISION TRANSMISSION CIRCUITS International sound-programme transmission International television transmission ITU-T M-Series Recommendations TELECOMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT.1-N.1099 J.699 J.760-M.209 J.800-J.230-J.1200M.360-J.3600M.4999 M supplements Mobile telecommunication systems and services International public telephone network International data transmission systems Designations and information exchange International transport network Telecommunications management network Integrated services digital networks Common channel signalling systems Supplements to the M-series Recommendations ITU-T K-Series Recommendations PROTECTION AGAINST INTERFERENCE ITU-T N-Series Recommendations ITU-T L-Series Recommendations CONSTRUCTION.210-J.799 J.700-J.1400M.190-J.1999 M.179 J.479 J.280-J.900-J.199 J.380-J.2999 M.899 J.259 J.180-J.800-M.10-M.49 N.IPCablecom Digital transmission of television signals Cable modems Application for Interactive Digital Television Interactive systems for digital television distribution Transport of MPEG-2 signals on packetized networks Measurement of the quality of service Digital television distribution through local subscriber networks IPCablecom Digital transmission of television signals Cable modems Measurement of the quality of service IPCablecom Digital transmission of television signals IPCablecom Transport of Large Screen Digital Imagery Secondary distribution of IPTV services Multimedia over IP in cable Transmission of 3-D TV services Conditional access and protection Switched digital video over cable networks Supplements to the Series J Recommendations J.1000M.229 J. INCLUDING TMN AND NETWORK MAINTENANCE International videoconference transmission Supplements to the Series N Recommendations N.290-J.200-J.1299 M.1000-J.250-J.289 J.160-J.379 J.349 J.999 M.50-N.1399 M.1119 J supplements Introduction and general principles of maintenance and maintenance organization International transmission systems International telephone circuits Common channel signalling systems International telegraph systems and phototelegraph transmission International leased group and supergroup links International leased circuits M.460-J.260-J.3999 M.299 M.389 J.279 J.299 J.799 M.1199 M.1100-J.80-N.759 M.240-J.340-J.999 J.899 M.99 N supplements .600-J.4000M.3599 M.2000M.239 J.300-M.560-M.189 J.

67 Q.1099 P.116-Q. functions and connections Design objectives and measurement Transmission characteristics Interworking of Signalling Systems General considerations . 5.800-P.10-Q.89 P.79 Q.10-O.599 Q.599 P.39 P.549 Q.500-P.509 Q.39 O.114 Q.120-Q.60-Q.35-Q.100-Q.999 P.229 O supplements measurements Supplements to the Series P Recommendations P supplements ITU-T Q-Series Recommendations SWITCHING AND SIGNALLING Signalling in the international manual service International automatic and semi-automatic working Basic Recommendations Numbering plan and dialling procedures in the international service Routing plan for international service General Recommendations relative to signalling and switching systems (national or international) Tones for use in national signalling systems General characteristics for international telephone connections and circuits Q.600-Q.699 Q.1499 Signalling for satellite systems Signalling for circuit multiplication equipment Functions and information flows for services in the ISDN Methodology Basic services Supplementary services Clauses applicable to ITU-T standard systems General clauses Transmission clauses for signalling Logic and protocols for the control of signal processing network elements and functions Abnormal conditions Specifications of Signalling Systems No.68-Q.9 Q.80-Q. 4.49 Q.34 Q.500-Q.1400-P.69 P.19 P.499 Q.900-P.59 P.559 Q.210-O.47 Q.899 P.510-Q.59 Q.70-P.80-P.220-O.40-O.20-Q.119 Q. R1 and R2 Digital exchanges Introduction and field of application Exchange interfaces.399 P.500-Q.130-O.1399 P. 6.40-Q.600-Q.3 Q.110-Q.540-Q.48-Q.219 O.39 Q.4-Q.12-Q.9 O.50-P.115 Q.200-O.100-Q.60-P.609 ITU-T P-Series Recommendations TERMINALS AND SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT METHODS Vocabulary and effects of transmission parameters on customer opinion of transmission quality Voice terminal characteristics Reference systems Objective measuring apparatus Objective electro-acoustical measurements Measurements related to speech loudness Methods for objective and subjective assessment of speech quality Voice terminal characteristics Objective measuring apparatus Methods for objective and subjective assessment of speech quality Audiovisual quality in multimedia services Transmission performance and QoS aspects of IP end-points Communications involving vehicles Models and tools for quality assessment of streamed media Telemeeting assessment Statistical analysis.1100-P.10-P.109 Q.19 O.1299 P.1-Q.99 Q.1199 P.300-P.11 Q.30-P.115-Q.79 P.550-Q.20-O.199 O.4-Q.60-Q.50-Q.209 O.1-O.49 P.40-P. evaluation and reporting guidelines of quality P.1000-P.99 Q.ITU-T O-Series Recommendations SPECIFICATIONS OF MEASURING EQUIPMENT General Maintenance access Automatic and semi-automatic measuring systems Equipment for the measurement of analogue parameters Equipment for the measurement of digital and analogue/digital parameters Equipment for the measurement of optical channel parameters Equipment to perform measurements on IP networks Equipment to perform measurements on leased-circuit services Supplements to the Series O Recommendations O.1300-P.119 Q.19 Q.59 Q.1200-P.129 O.539 Q.

730-Q.2099 Q.3300Q.3029 Q.3999 Q.1029 Q.1059 Q.799 Q.699-Q.1100Q.930-Q.2299 Q.2700Q. 6 Interworking between Digital Subscriber Signalling System No.697 Q.800-Q.1000Q.770-Q. 7 management ISDN user part Transaction capabilities application part Test specification Q3 interface Digital subscriber Signalling System No.999 Q.2999 Q.700 Q.760-Q.1199 Q.1049 Q.1199 Q.699 Q.3369 Q.2000Q.2999 Q.1100-Q. 7 General Message transfer part (MTP) Signalling connection control part (SCCP) Telephone user part (TUP) ISDN supplementary services Data user part Signalling System No.3000-Q.799 Q.3179 Q.3200Q.2600Q.929 Q.3099 Q.1069 Q.3249 Q.3000Q.759 Q.940-Q. 7 and No.849 Q.711-Q.1050Q. 7 Specifications of Signalling System No.2199 Q.710 Q.740-Q.919 Q.949 Q.939 Q.1099 Q.698 Q.959 Q.1030Q.720-Q. 1 General Data link layer Network layer User-network management Stage 3 description for supplementary services using DSS1 Public Land Mobile Network General Q.750-Q.3600Q.Logic procedures Interworking of Signalling Systems No.1700-Q.698-Q.950-Q.2000-Q.3030Q.2200Q.729 Q.2900Q.700-Q.2699 Q.1999 Q.1000-Q.700-Q.3649 Interworking with the INMARSAT aeronautical mobile-satellite system Intelligent Network Signalling requirements and protocols for IMT-2000 Specifications of signalling related to Bearer Independent Call Control (BICC) Broadband ISDN General aspects Signalling ATM adaptation layer (SAAL) Signalling network protocols Common aspects of B-ISDN application protocols for access signalling and network signalling and interworking B-ISDN application protocols for the network signalling B-ISDN application protocols for access signalling Signalling requirements and protocols for the NGN General Network signalling and control functional architecture Network data organization within the NGN Interworking with ISDN and PSTN Bearer control signalling Signalling and control requirements and protocols to support attachment in NGN environments Resource control protocols Mobile Application Part Digital PLMN user-network interfaces Interworking with satellite mobile systems Interworking with Standard-A INMARSAT system Service and session control protocols Service and session control protocols – supplementary services .3129 Q.749 Q.3130Q.1149 Q.780-Q.3100Q.1699 Q.3400Q.1060Q.2100Q.1110Q.920-Q.779 Q.850-Q.1799 Q.850-Q.3499 Q.1109 Interworking with Standard-B INMARSAT system Q.610-Q. 1 and Signalling System No.719 Q.701-Q.1200-Q.769 Q.2899 Q.739 Q.1150Q.1900-Q.

29 U.90-T.19 R.29 T.39 U.20-R.190-T.150-R.899 T supplements Testing for next generation networks Supplements to the Series Q Recommendations ITU-T R-Series Recommendations TELEGRAPH TRANSMISSION Telegraph distortion Voice-frequency telegraphy Special cases of alternating current telegraphy Transmission quality Correction of signals Telegraph maintenance Time-division multiplexing Transmission quality above 50 bauds Definitions Availability and reliability of international telegraph circuits R.399 T.70-T.11-U.70-U.829 T.149 T.560-T.649 T.50-T.70-R.60-R.3849 Q.40-T. Bi-level and JBIG Telematic services – ISDN Terminals and protocols Videotext – Framework Data protocols for multimedia conferencing Telewriting Multimedia and hypermedia framework Cooperative document handling T.50-R.429 T.49 R.120-R.89 T.19 T.199 T.79 U.19 U.510-T.139 R.NGN applications Q.139 U.119 R.150-T.430-T.39 T.159 T.60-T.1-U.140-S.59 T.400-T.299 U supplements ITU-T T-Series Recommendations TERMINALS FOR TELEMATIC SERVICES Facsimile – Framework Still-image compression – Test charts Facsimile – Group 3 protocols Colour representation Character coding Facsimile – Group 4 protocols Telematic services – Framework .39 R.20-T.559 T.189 T.40-U.79 Interworking between new information services and telex Telex store and forward Intex service Definitions The international telex service Supplements to the Series U Recommendations U.69 U.100-T.59 U.509 T.69 T.170-T.140-U.30-U.100-U.139 S.159 Telematic services – Interworking Open document architecture Document transfer and manipulation Document application profile Communication application profile Telematic services – Equipment characteristics Still-image compression – JPEG 2000 Still-image compression | JPEG XR Still-image compression – JPEG-1 extensions Supplements to the Series T Recommendations ITU-T S-Series Recommendations TELEGRAPH SERVICES TERMINAL EQUIPMENT Start-stop terminals Definitions Supplements to the Series S Recommendations S.10 U.80-T.69 R.850-T.500-T.20-U.140-R.800-T.449 T.109 T.30-T.3999 Q supplements Still-image compression – JPEG-1.120-T.99 T.200-U.60-U.80-U.199 S supplements ITU-T U-Series Recommendations TELEGRAPH SWITCHING General Specific signalling schemes and interworking between signalling systems Signalling over radio and multiplexed channels Gentex signalling Particular signalling facilities Radiotelex interworking T.849 T.300-T.830-T.0-T.3700Q.59 R.40-R.1-R.199 U.1-S.3900Q.99 R.49 T.100-R.149 R.99 U.

219 X.719 X.849 X.850-X.20-X.59 V.679 X.860-X.300-X.179 X.240-X.709 X. concurrency and recovery Transaction processing Remote operations Generic applications of ASN.1) OSI management Systems management framework and architecture X.1-X.599 X.720-X.270-X.ITU-T V-Series Recommendations DATA COMMUNICATION OVER THE TELEPHONE NETWORK General Interfaces and voiceband modems Wideband modems Error control Transmission quality and maintenance Simultaneous transmission of data and other signals Interworking with other networks Interface layer specifications for data communication Control procedures Modems on digital circuits Supplements to the Series V Recommendations V.349 X. signalling and switching Network aspects Maintenance Administrative arrangements Open Systems Interconnection Model and notation Service definitions Connection-mode protocol specifications Connectionless-mode protocol specifications PICS proformas Protocol Identification Security Protocols Layer Managed Objects X.149 X.300-V.250-V.399 V supplements Conformance testing Interworking between networks General Satellite data transmission systems IP-based networks Message Handling Systems Directory OSI networking and system aspects Networking Efficiency Quality of service Naming.1000-X.699 X.630-X.1-X.230-X.90-X.700-X.249 V.700-X.640-X.500-X.279 X.200-X.9 V.239 X.799 X.200-V.209 X.729 X.1030X.229 X.999 X.680-X.649 X.1069 X.19 X.50-X.350-X.899 X.220-X.49 V.150-X.1029 X.1 Open distributed processing Information and network security General security aspects Network security Security management Telebiometrics Secure applications and services .299 X.60-V.1199 ITU-T X-Series Recommendations DATA NETWORKS.900-X.889 X.890-X.399 X.300-X.50-V.199 V.639 X. OPEN SYSTEM COMMUNICATIONS AND SECURITY Public data networks Services and facilities Interfaces Transmission.210-X.899 X.199 X.39 V.259 X.800-X.299 V.1000X.600-X.49 X.879 X.289 Management communication service and protocol Structure of management information Management functions and ODMA functions Security OSI applications Commitment. Addressing and Registration Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.89 X.280-X.629 X.35-V.34 V.859 X.730-X.199 X.400-X.1049 X.1099 X.1080X.799 X.290-X.379 X.1-V.699 X.99 V.850-X.1100-X.260-X.40-V.880-X.369 X.1050X.710-X.600-X.269 X.370-X.100-V.200-X.1099 X.180-X.10-V.299 X.650-X.499 X.

1579 X.1140X.1399 Y.1599 X. network capabilities and resource management Transport Interworking Quality of service and network performance Signalling Operation.100-Y.500-Y.1339 X.1559 X.399 Y.1119 X.1309 X.1520X.499 Y.1150X.1700-Y.2099 Y.1600-Y.1550X.1229 X.1200X.1999 Y.799 Y.1570X.Multicast security X.1109 X.1139 X.2199 IPTV security Cyberspace security Cybersecurity Countering spam Identity management Secure applications and services Emergency communications Ubiquitous sensor network security Cybersecurity information exchange Overview of cybersecurity Vulnerability/state exchange Event/incident/heuristics exchange Exchange of policies Heuristics and information request .1500-X.1250X.1299 X.1589 X supplements Home network security Mobile security Web security Security protocols Peer-to-peer security Networked ID security Y.1169 X.1230X.1199 Y.600-Y. access.1279 X.1580X. INTERNET PROTOCOL ASPECTS AND NEXTGENERATION NETWORKS Global information infrastructure General Services.1199 X.1300-X.1560ITU-T Y-Series Recommendations GLOBAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE.199 Y.599 Y.1149 X.300-Y.1999 Y.1170X.899 Y.1899 Y.1249 X.1110X.1400-Y.1100X.1799 Y.2999 Y.1200-X. administration and maintenance Charging IPTV over NGN Next Generation Networks Frameworks and functional architecture models Quality of Service and performance Assured exchange Supplements to the Series X Recommendations Identification and discovery X.1159 X.1160X.700-Y.1180X.1310X.1299 Y.1300X.2000-Y.699 Y.1900-Y.200-Y.1300-Y.100-Y.1519 X.1539 X. applications and middleware Network aspects Interfaces and protocols Numbering.999 Y.1179 X.1540X.2100-Y.1100-Y.1599 Y.2000-Y. addressing and naming Operation.1200-Y.1000-Y.1499 Y.1000-Y.800-Y.1120X.1549 X.1500-Y.400-Y. administration and maintenance Security Performances Internet protocol aspects General Services and applications Architecture.299 Y.1399 X.1699 Y.1569 X.1800-Y.1500X.1099 Y.

519 Z.100-Z.2900-Y.500-Z.160-Z.200-Z.699 Z.150-Z.2600-Y.329 Z.359 Z.2200-Y.600-Z.3000 supplements Quality Quality of telecommunication software Quality aspects of protocol-related Recommendations Methods Methods for validation and testing Middleware Processing environment architectures Supplements to the Z-series Z.120-Z.2250-Y.330-Z.400-Z. naming and addressing Network management Network control architectures and protocols Packet-based Networks Security Generalized mobility Carrier grade open environment Future networks Cloud Computing Supplements to the Y-series Recommendations Supplements to the Y-series Recommendations relating to the Next Generation Networks Y.319 Z.3999 Y supplements Y.609 Z supplements ITU-T Z-Series Recommendations LANGUAGES AND GENERAL SOFTWARE ASPECTS FOR TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Formal description techniques (FDT) Specification and Description Language (SDL) Application of formal description techniques Message Sequence Chart (MSC) User Requirements Notation (URN) Testing and Test Control Notation (TTCN) Programming languages CHILL: The ITU-T high level language Man-machine language General principles Basic syntax and dialogue procedures Extended MML for visual display terminals Specification of the man-machine interface Data-oriented human-machine interfaces Human-machine interfaces for the management of telecommunications networks Z.2699 Y.450-Z.179 Z.350-Z.499 Z.2499 Y.199 Z.129 Z.320-Z.2700-Y.309 Z.3500-Y.2899 Y.Service aspects: Service capabilities and service architecture Service aspects: Interoperability of services and networks in NGN Numbering.3499 Y.3000-Y.209 Z.600-Z.2399 Y.2400-Y.2000-Y.2300-Y.119 Z.300-Z.159 Z.2999 Y.100-Z.360-Z.400-Z.379 .310-Z.200-Z.2599 Y.109 Z.300-Z.349 Z.459 Z.110-Z.2500-Y.2800-Y.2299 Y.2249 Y.599 Z.2799 Y.500-Z.409 Z.299 Z.399 Z.

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