ITU-T-Empfehlungen Q-Serie


Die Q-Serie beschäftigt sich mit Switching und Signalisierung.

Signalling in the international manual service


Q.1
Signal receivers for manual working

Q.2
Signal receivers for automatic and semi-automatic working, used for manual working

International automatic and semi-automatic working


Basic Recommendations


Q.4
Automatic switching functions for use in national networks

Q.5
Advantages of semi-automatic service in the international telephone service

Q.6
Advantages of international automatic working

Q.7
Signalling systems to be used for international automatic and semi-automatic telephone working

Q.8
Signalling systems to be used for international manual and automatic working on analogue leased circuits

Q.9
Vocabulary of switching and signalling terms

Numbering plan and dialling procedures in the international service


Q.11 ter
[Withdrawn] Timetable for coordinated implementation of the full capability of the numbering plan for the ISDN era (Recommendation E.164)
Q.11 ter was an alias name of ITU-T E.165.
Only this alias name was suppressed.
ITU-T E.165 remains valid

Routing plan for international service


Q.12
Overflow - alternative routing - rerouting - automatic repeat attempt

Q.14
Means to control the number of satellite links in an international telephone connection

General Recommendations relative to signalling and switching systems (national or international)


Q.20
Comparative advantages of "in-band" and "out-band" systems

Q.21
Systems recommended for out-band signalling

Q.22
Frequencies to be used for in-band signalling

Q.23
Technical features of push-button telephone sets

Q.24
Multifrequency push-button signal reception

Q.25
Splitting arrangements and signal recognition times in "in-band" signalling systems

Q.26
Direct access to the international network from the national network

Q.27
Transmission of the answer signal

Q.28
Determination of the moment of the called subscriber's answer in the automatic service

Q.29
Causes of noise and ways of reducing noise in telephone exchanges

Q.30
Improving the reliability of contacts in speech circuits

Q.31
Noise in a national 4-wire automatic exchange

Q.32
Reduction of the risk of instability by switching means

Q.33
Protection against the effects of faulty transmission on groups of circuits

Tones for use in national signalling systems


Q.35
Technical characteristics of tones for the telephone service

General characteristics for international telephone connections and circuits


Q.44
Attenuation distortion

Q.45
Transmission characteristics of an analogue international exchange

Q.45 bis
Transmission characteristics of an analogue international exchange

Signalling for satellite systems


Q.48
Demand assignment signalling systems

Signalling for circuit multiplication equipment


Q.50
Signalling between circuit multiplication equipments (CME) and international switching centres (ISC)

Q.50.1
Signalling between International Switching Centres (ISC) and Digital Circuit Multiplication Equipment (DCME) including the control of compression/decompression

Q.50.2
Signalling between International Switching Centres (ISC) and Digital Circuit Multiplication Equipment (DCME) including the control of compression/decompression over an IP network

Q.52
Signalling between international switching centres and stand-alone echo control devices

Q.55
Signalling between signal processing network equipment (SPNE) and international switching centres (ISC)

Q.56
Signalling between signal processing network equipment (SPNE) and international switching centres (ISC) over an IP network

Functions and information flows for services in the ISDN


Methodology


Q.65
Stage 2 of the method for the characterization of services supported by an ISDN

Basic services


Q.68
Overview of methodology for developing management services

Q.71
ISDN circuit mode switched bearer services

Q.72
Stage 2 description for packet mode services

Q.76
Service procedures for Universal Personal Telecommunication - Functional modelling and information flows

Supplementary services


Q.80
Introduction to stage 2 service descriptions for supplementary services

Q.81 Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services

Q.81.1
Direct dialling-in

Q.81.2
Multiple subscriber number

Q.81.3
Calling line identification presentation (CLIP) and calling line identification restriction (CLIR)

Q.81.5
Connected line identification, presentation and restriction (COLP) and (COLR)

Q.81.7
Malicious call identification This subject was only recognised and is for further study

Q.81.8
Sub-addressing (SUB) Published with Q.81.2

Q.82 Stage 2 description for call offering supplementary services

Q.82.1
Call transfer This subject was only recognised and is for further study

Q.82.2
call forwarding

Q.82.3
Call deflection

Q.82.4
Line hunting

Q.82.7
Explicit call transfer

Q.83 Stage 2 description for call completion supplementary services

Q.83.1
Call waiting (CW) Published with Q.83.4

Q.83.2
Call hold

Q.83.3
Completion of call to busy subscriber This service has only been identified and requires further study

Q.83.4
Terminal portability Published with Q.83.1

Q.84 Stage 2 description for multiparty supplementary services

Q.84.1
Conference calling (CONF)

Q.84.2
Three party service

Q.85 Stage 2 description for community of interest supplementary services

Q.85.1
Closed user group Published with Q.85.3

Q.85.3
Multi-level precedence and preemption (MLPP) Published with Q.85.1

Q.85.6
Global Virtual Network Service (GVSN)

Q.85.6 Annex A
Service procedures and information flows based on intelligent network CS-1 capabilities

Q.86 Stage 2 description for charging supplementary services

Q.86.1
Credit card call This service has only been identified and requires further study

Q.86.2
Advice of charge (AOC)

Q.86.3
Reverse charging (REV)

Q.86.4
International Freephone Service (IFS)

Q.86.7
International Telecommunication Charge Card (ITCC)

Q.87 Stage 2 description for additional information transfer supplementary services

Q.87.1
User-to-user signalling (UUS)

Q.87.2
User signalling bearer services This service has only been identified and requires further study

Clauses applicable to ITU-T standard systems


General clauses


Q.101
Facilities provided in international semi-automatic working

Q.102
Facilities provided in international automatic working

Q.103
Numbering used

Q.104
Language digit or discriminating digit

Q.105
National (significant) number

Q.106
The sending-finished signal

Q.107
Standard sending sequence of forward address information

Q.107 bis
Analysis of forward address information for routing

Q.108
One-way or both-way operation of international circuits

Q.109
Transmission of the answer signal in international exchanges

Transmission clauses for signalling


Q.110
General aspects of the utilization of standardized CCITT signalling systems on PCM links

Q.112
Signal levels and signal receiver sensitivity

Q.113
Connection of signal receivers in the circuit

Q.114
Typical transmission requirements for signal senders and receivers

Control of echo suppressors


Q.115
Control of echo suppressors - control of echo suppressors and echo cancellers
Renumbered as Q.115.1 when revised in 2002 .

Q.115.0
Protocols for the control of signal processing network elements and functions

Q.115.1
Logic for the control of echo control devices and functions
Formerly Rec. Q.115

Abnormal conditions


Q.116
Indication given to the outgoing operator or calling subscriber in case of an abnormal condition

Q.117
Alarms for technical staff and arrangements in case of faults

Q.118
Special release arrangements

Q.118 bis
Indication of congestion conditions at transit exchanges

Specification of Signalling Systems No. 4 and No. 5


Specifications of Signalling System No. 4


Q.120
Definition and function of signals

Q.121
Signal code

Q.122
Signal sender and signal receiver

Q.123
Signal receiver

Q.124
Splitting arrangements

Q.125
Speed of switching in international exchanges

Q.126
Analysis and transfer of digital information Empty Recommendation referring to Q.107 bis

Q.127
Release of registers

Q.128
Switching to speech position

Q.129
Maximum duration of a blocking signal

Q.130
Special arrangements in case of failures in the sequence of signals

Q.131
Abnormal release conditions of the outgoing register causing release of the international circuit

Q.133
Numbering for access to automatic measuring and testing devices

Q.134
Routine testing of equipment (local maintenance)

Q.135
Principles of rapid transmission testing equipment

Q.136
Loop transmission measurements

Q.137
Automatic testing equipment

Q.138
Instruments for checking equipment and measuring signals

Q.139
Manual testing

Specifications of Signalling System No. 5


Q.140
Definition and function of signals

Q.141
Signal code for line signalling

Q.142
Double seizing with both-way operation

Q.143
Line signal sender

Q.144
Line signal receiver

Q.145
Splitting arrangements

Q.146
Speed of switching in international exchanges

Q.151
Signal code for register signalling

Q.152
End-of-Pulsing conditions - Register arrangements concerning ST (end-of-pulsing) signal

Q.153
Multifrequency signal sender

Q.154
Multifrequency signal receiver

Q.155
Analysis of digital information for routing Empty Recommendation referring to Q.107 bis

Q.156
Release of international registers

Q.157
Switching to the speech position

Q.161
General arrangements for manual testing Empty Recommendation referring to Q.107 bis

Q.162
Routine testing of equipment (local maintenance)

Q.163
Manual testing

Q.164
Testing equipment for checking equipment and signals

Interworking of Signalling Systems No. 4 and No. 5


Q.180
Interworking of signalling systems No. 4 and No. 5

Supplements to the Series Q.100 Recommendations


Suppl. 1
Report on the energy transmitted by control signals and tones

Suppl. 2
Characteristics of speech interpolation systems affecting signalling

Suppl. 3
Information received on national voice-frequency signalling systems

Suppl. 5
North american precise audible tone plan

Suppl. 6
Treatment of calls considered as terminating abnormally

Suppl. 7
Measurements of impulsive noise in a 4-wire telephone exchange

Suppl. 8
Signalling for demand assignment satellite systems

Specifications of Signalling System No. 6


Functional description of the signalling system


Q.251
General

Q.252
Signal transfer time definitions

Q.253
Association between signalling and speech networks

Definition and function of signals


Q.254
Telephone signals

Q.255
Signalling-system-control signals

Q.256
Management signal

Signal unit formats and codes


Q.257
General

Q.258
Telephone signals

Q.259
Signalling-system-control signals

Q.260
Management signals

Signalling procedures


Q.261
Normal call set-up

Q.262
Analysis of digital information for routing Empty Recommendation referring to Q.107 bis

Q.263
Double seizing with both-way operation

Q.264
Potential for automatic repeat attempt and re-routing

Q.265
Speed of switching and signal transfer in international exchanges

Q.266
Blocking and unblocking sequences and control of quasi-associated signalling

Q.267
Unreasonable and superfluous messages

Q.268
Release of international connections and associated equipment

Continuity check of the speech path


Q.271
General

Signalling link


Q.272
Requirements for the signalling data link

Q.273
Data transmission rate

Q.274
Transmission methods. Modem and interface requirements

Q.275
Data channel failure detection

Q.276
Service dependability

Q.277
Error control

Q.278
Synchronization

Q.279
Drift compensation

Signal traffic characteristics


Q.285
Signal priority categories

Q.286
Signalling channel loading and queueing delays

Q.287
Signal transfer time requirements

Security arrangements


Q.291
General

Q.292
Reserve facilities provided

Q.293
Intervals at which security measures are to be invoked

Testing and maintenance


Q.295
Overall tests of Signalling System No. 6

Q.296
Monitoring and maintenance of the common signalling channel

Network management


Q.297
Network management

Interworking between ITU-T Signalling System No. 6 and national common channel signalling systems


Q.300
Interworking between CCITT Signalling System No. 6 and national common channel signalling systems

Specifications of Signalling System R1


Definition and function of signals


Q.310
Definition and function of signals

Line signalling


Q.311
2600 Hz line signalling

Q.312
2600 Hz line signal sender (transmitter)

Q.313
2600 Hz line signal receiving equipment

Q.314
PCM line signalling

Q.315
PCM line signal sender (transmitter)

Q.316
PCM line signal receiver

Q.317
Further specification clauses relative to line signalling

Q.318
Double seizing with both-way operation

Q.319
Speed of switching in international exchanges

Register signalling


Q.320
Signal code for register signalling

Q.321
End-of-pulsing conditions - Register arrangements concerning ST signal

Q.322
Multifrequency signal sender

Q.323
Multifrequency signal receiving equipment

Q.324
Analysis of address information for routing

Q.325
Release of registers

Q.326
Switching to the speech position

Testing arrangements


Q.327
General arrangements

Q.328
Routine testing of equipment (local maintenance)

Q.329
Manual testing

Q.330
Automatic transmission and signalling testing

Q.331
Test equipment for checking equipment and signals

Interworking of Signalling System R1 with other standardized systems


Q.332
Interworking Specifications on interworking of System R1 with other signalling systems are not yet available. Typical information is found in Rec. Q.180

Specifications of Signalling System R2


Definition and function of signals


Q.400
Forward line signals

Line signalling, analogue version


Q.411
Line signalling code

Q.412
Clauses for exchange line signalling equipment

Q.414
Signal sender

Q.415
Signal receiver

Q.416
Interruption control

Line signalling, digital version


Q.421
Digital line signalling code

Q.422
Clauses for exchange line signalling equipment

Q.424
Protection against the effects of faulty transmission

Q.430
Conversion between analogue and digital versions of System R2 line signalling

Interregister signalling


Q.440
General

Q.441
Signalling code

Q.442
Pulse transmission of backward signals A-3, A-4, A-6 or A-15. Multifrequency signalling equipment

Q.450
General

Q.451
Definitions

Q.452
Requirements relating to transmission conditions

Q.454
The sending part of the multifrequency signalling equipment

Q.455
The receiving part of the multifrequency equipment. Range, speed and reliability of interregister signalling

Q.457
Range of interregister signalling

Q.458
Reliability of interregister signalling

Signalling procedures


Q.460
Normal call set-up procedures for international working

Q.462
Signalling between the outgoing international R2 register and an incoming R2 register in an international exchange

Q.463
Signalling between the outgoing international R2 register and an incoming R2 register in a national exchange in the destination country

Q.464
Signalling between the outgoing international R2 register and the last incoming R2 register

Q.465
Particular cases

Q.466
Supervision and release of the call

Q.468
Routing and numbering for international working. Termination of interregister signalling Empty Recommendation referring to Q.107 and Q.107 bis

Q.470
At an incoming R2 register situated in a transit exchange

Q.471
At the last incoming R2 register situated in the exchange to which the called subscriber is connected

Q.472
At the last incoming R2 register situated in a transit exchange

Q.473
Use of end-of-pulsing signal I-15 in international working

Q.474
Use of group B signals

Q.475
Normal release of outgoing and incoming R2 registers

Q.476
Abnormal release of outgoing and incoming R2 registers

Q.478
Relay and regeneration of R2 interregister signals by an outgoing R2 register in a transit exchange

Q.479
Echo-suppressor control - Signalling requirements

Q.480
Miscellaneous procedures

Testing and maintenance


Q.490
Testing and maintenance

Supplements to the Series Q.300 and Q.400 Recommendations


Suppl. 1
Line signalling for Dc lines with System R2 interregister signalling

Suppl. 2
Both-way working of the analogue line signalling version of Signalling System R2

Suppl. 3
Use of the analogue line signalling version on 2048 kbit/s PCM transmission systems

Suppl. 4
In-band line signalling for 3 kHz spaced channels

Suppl. 5
Line signalling (analogue version) with metering

Suppl. 6
Line signalling (digital version) with metering

Suppl. 7
Semi-compelled and non-compelled multifrequency interregister signalling for national satellite applications based on System R2 interregister signalling

Digital exchanges


Introduction and field of application


Q.500
Digital local, combined, transit and international exchanges, introduction and field of application

Exchange interfaces, functions and connections


Q.511
Exchange interfaces towards other exchanges

Q.512
Digital exchange interfaces for subscriber access

Q.513
Digital exchange interfaces for operations, administration and maintenance

Q.521
Digital exchange functions

Q.522
Digital exchange connections, signalling and ancillary functions

Design objectives and measurement


Q.541
Digital exchange design objectives - General

Q.542
Digital exchange design objectives - Operations and maintenance

Q.543
Digital exchange performance design objectives

Q.544
Digital exchange measurements

Transmission characteristics


Q.551
Transmission characteristics of digital exchanges

Q.552
Transmission characteristics at 2-wire analogue interfaces of digital exchanges

Q.553
Transmission characteristics at 4-wire analogue interfaces of digital exchanges

Q.554
Transmission characteristics at digital interfaces of digital exchanges

Supplements to the Series Q.500 Recommendations


Suppl. 1
Definition of relative levels, transmission loss and attenuation/frequency distortion for digital exchanges with complex impedances at Z interfaces

Suppl. 2
Impedance strategy for telephone instruments and digital local exchanges in the British Telecom Network

Interworking of Signalling Systems


General considerations


Q.601
Interworking of signalling systems - General

Q.601 Annex A
Lists and meanings of FITEs, BITEs and SPITEs - Representation of information contents of signals of the signalling systems Annex A to Q.601-Q.695

Q.601 Annex B
Narrative presentation of interworking Annex B to Q.601 - Q.695

Q.602
Interworking of signalling systems - Introduction

Q.603
Events

Q.604
Interworking of signalling systems - Information analysis tables

Q.605
Drawing conventions

Q.606
Logic procedures

Q.607
Interworking requirements for new signalling systems

Q.608
Miscellaneous interworking aspects

Logic procedures


Q.611
Logic procedures for incoming signalling system No. 4

Q.612
Logic procedures for incoming signalling system No. 5

Q.613
Logic procedures for incoming signalling system No. 6

Q.614
Logic procedures for incoming Signalling System No. 7 (TUP)

Q.615
Logic procedures for incoming signalling system R1

Q.616
Logic procedures for incoming signalling system R2

Q.617
Logic procedures for incoming signalling system No. 7 (ISUP)

Q.621
Logic procedures for outgoing signalling system No. 4

Q.622
Logic procedures for outgoing signalling system No. 5

Q.623
Logic procedures for outgoing signalling system No. 6

Q.624
Logic procedures for outgoing Signalling System No. 7 (TUP)

Q.625
Logic procedures for outgoing signalling system R1

Q.626
Logic procedures for outgoing signalling system R2

Q.627
Logic procedures for outgoing Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP)

Q.634
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 4 to R2

Q.642
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 5 to No. 6

Q.643
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 5 to No. 7 (TUP)

Q.644
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 5 to R1

Q.645
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 5 to R2

Q.646
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System No. 5 to Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP)

Q.652
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 6 to No. 5

Q.653
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 6 to No. 7 (TUP)

Q.654
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 6 to R1

Q.655
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 6 to R2

Q.656
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System No. 6 to Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP)

Q.662
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 7 (TUP) to No. 5

Q.663
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 7 (TUP) to No. 6

Q.664
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 7 (TUP) to No. 7 (TUP)

Q.665
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 7 (TUP) to R1

Q.666
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 7 (TUP) to R2

Q.667
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System No. 7 (TUP) to Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP)

Q.671
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R1 to No. 5

Q.672
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R1 to No. 6

Q.673
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R1 to No. 7 (TUP)

Q.674
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R1 to R2

Q.675
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System R1 to Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP)

Q.681
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R2 to No. 4

Q.682
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R2 to No. 5

Q.683
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R2 to No. 6

Q.684
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R2 to No. 7 (TUP)

Q.685
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system R2 to R1

Q.686
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System R2 to Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP)

Q.690
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP) to No. 5

Q.691
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP) to No. 6

Q.692
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP) to No. 7 (TUP)

Q.694
Logic procedures for interworking of signalling system No. 7 (ISUP) to R1

Q.695
Logic procedures for interworking of Signalling System No. 7 (ISUP) to R2

Q.696
Interworking between the Signalling System No. 7 ISDN User Part (ISUP) and Signalling Systems No. 5, R2 and Signalling System No. 7 TUP

Interworking of Signalling Systems No. 7 and No. 6


Q.698
Interworking of Signalling System No. 7 ISUP, TUP and Signalling System No. 6 using arrow diagrams

Interworking between Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 1 and Signalling System No. 7


Q.699
Interworking between ISDN access and non-ISDN access over ISDN User Part of Signalling System No. 7

Q.699.1
Interworking between ISDN access and non-ISDN access over ISDN user part of Signalling System No. 7: Support of VPN applications with PSS1 information flows

Specifications of Signalling System No. 7


General


Q.700
Introduction to CCITT Signalling System No. 7

Message transfer part (MTP)


Q.701
Functional description of the message transfer part (MTP) of Signalling System No. 7

Q.702
Signalling data link

Q.703
Signalling link

Q.704
Signalling network functions and messages

Q.705
Signalling network structure

Q.706
Message transfer part signalling performance

Q.707
Testing and maintenance

Q.708
Numbering of international signalling point codes

Q.709
Hypothetical signalling reference connection

Q.710
Simplified MTP version for small systems

Signalling connection control part (SCCP)


Q.711
Functional description of the signalling connection control part

Q.712
Definition and function of Signalling connection control part messages

Q.713
Signalling connection control part formats and codes

Q.714
Signalling connection control part procedures

Q.715
Signalling connection control part user guide

Q.716
Signalling connection control part (SCCP) performance

Telephone user part (TUP)


Q.721
Functional description of the Telephone user part

Q.722
General function of telephone messages and signals

Q.723
Telephone user part formats and codes Corrigendum 01/03/93

Q.724
Telephone user part signalling procedures

Q.725
Signalling performance in the telephone application

ISDN supplementary services


Q.730
ISDN supplementary services

Q.731 Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using signalling system No. 7

Q.731.1
Direct-dialling-in (DDI)

Q.731.3
Calling line identification presentation (CLIP)

Q.731.4
Calling line identification restriction (CLIR)

Q.731.5
Connected line identification presentation (COLP)

Q.731.6
Connected line identification restriction (COLR)

Q.731.7
Malicious call identification (MCID)

Q.731.8
Sub-addressing (SUB) Published with Q.731.1

Q.732 Stage 3 description for call offering supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7

Q.732.2
Call diversion services: call forwarding busy, call forwarding no reply, call forwarding unconditional, call deflection

Q.732.7
Explicit call transfer

Q.733 Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7

Q.733.1
Call waiting (CW)

Q.733.2
Call hold (HOLD) Published with Q.733.4

Q.733.4
Terminal portability (TP) Published with Q.733.2

Q.734 Stage 3 description for multiparty supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7

Q.734.1
Conference calling Published with Q.734.2

Q.734.2
Three-party service

Q.735 Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services using SS No. 7

Q.735.1
Closed user group (CUG)

Q.735.3
Multi-level precedence and preemption

Q.735.6
Global virtual network service (GVNS)

Q.736 Stage 3 description for charging supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7

Q.736.1
International Telecommunication Charge Card (ITCC)

Q.736.3
Reverse charging (REV)

Q.737 Stage 3 description for additional information transfer supplementary services using SS No. 7

Q.737.1
User-to-user signalling (UUS)

Data user part


Q.741
[Withdrawn] Signalling System No. 7 - Data user part

Signalling System No. 7 management


Q.750
Overview of Signalling System No. 7 management

Q.751.1
Network element management information model for the Message Transfer Part

Q.751.2
Network element management information model for the Signalling Connection Control Part

Q.751.3
Network element information model for MTP accounting

Q.751.4
Network element information model for SCCP accounting and accounting verification

Q.752
Monitoring and measurements for Signalling System No. 7 networks

Q.753
Signalling System No. 7 management functions MRVT, SRVT and CVT and definition of the OMASE-user

Q.754
Signalling System No. 7 management application service element (ASE) definitions

Q.755
Signalling System No. 7 protocol tests

Q.755.1
MTP Protocol Tester

Q.755.2
Transaction capabilities test responder

Q.756
Guidebook to Operations, Maintenance and Administration Part (OMAP)

ISDN user part


Q.761
Functional description of the ISDN user part of Signalling System No. 7

Q.762
General function of messages and signals of the ISDN User Part of Signalling System No. 7

Q.763
Formats and codes of the ISDN User Part of Signalling System No. 7

Q.764
ISDN user part signalling procedures

Q.764 Ann. H
State transition diagrams

Q.765
Signalling system No. 7 - Application transport mechanism

Q.765bis
Signalling system No. 7 - Application Transport Mechanism: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP)

Q.765.1
Signalling System No. 7 - Application transport mechanism: Support of VPN applications with PSS1 information flows

Q.765.1bis
Abstract test suite for the APM support of VPN applications

Q.765.4
Signalling system No. 7 - Application transport mechanism: Support of the generic addressing and transport protocol

Q.765.5
Signalling system No. 7 - Application transport mechanism: Bearer Independent Call Control (BICC)

Q.766
Performance objectives in the integrated services digital network application

Q.767
Application of the ISDN user part of CCITT signalling system No. 7 for international ISDN interconnections

Q.768
Signalling interface between an international switching centre and an ISDN satellite subnetwork

Q.769.1
Signalling system No. 7 - ISDN user part enhancements for the support of number portability

Transaction capabilities application part


Q.771
Functional description of transaction capabilities

Q.772
Transaction capabilities information element definitions

Q.773
Transaction capabilities formats and encoding

Q.774
Transaction capabilities procedures

Q.775
Guidelines for using transaction capabilities

Test specification


Q.780
General description

Q.781
MTP level 2 test specification

Q.782
MTP level 3 test specification

Q.783
TUP test specification

Q.784 ISUP basic call test specification

Q.784 Ann. A
TTCN version of Recommendation Q.784

Q.784.1
Validation and compatibility for ISUP'92 and Q.767 protocols

Q.784.2
ISUP basic call test specification: Abstract test suite for ISUP'92 basic call control procedures

Q.784.3
ISUP '97 basic call control procedures - Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP)

Q.785
ISUP protocol test specification for supplementary services

Q.785.2
ISUP'97 supplementary services - Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP)

Q.786
SCCP test specification

Q.787
Transaction capabilities (TC) test specification

Q.788
User-network-interface to user-network-interface compatibility test specifications for ISDN, non-ISDN and undetermined accesses interworking over international ISUP

Q3 interface

Q.811
Lower layer protocol profiles for the Q3 interface

Q.812
Upper layer protocol profiles for the Q3 interface

Q.813
Security Transformations Application Service Element for Remote Operations Service Element (STASE-ROSE)

Q.814
Specification of an electronic data interchange interactive agent

Q.815
Specification of a security module for whole message protection

Q.816
CORBA-based TMN services

Q.816.1
CORBA-based TMN services: Extensions to support coarse-grained interfaces

Q.817
TMN PKI - Digital certificates and certificate revocation lists profiles

Q.821
Stage 2 and Stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Alarm Surveillance

Q.821.1
CORBA-based TMN alarm surveillance service

Q.822
Stage 1, stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Performance management

Q.822.1
CORBA-based TMN performance management service

Q.823
Stage 2 and stage 3 functional specifications for traffic management

Q.823.1
Management Conformance Statement Proformas

Q.824 Stage 2 and stage3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration

Q.824.0
Common information

Q.824.1
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) basic and primary rate access

Q.824.2
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) supplementary services

Q.824.3
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) optional user facilities

Q.824.4
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) teleservices

Q.824.5
Configuration management of V5 interface environments and associated customer profiles

Q.824.6
Broadband switch management

Q.824.7
Enhanced Broadband Switch

Q.825
Specification of TMN applications at the Q3 interface: Call detail recording

Q.826
Routing management model

Q.827.1
Requirements and analysis for the common management functions of NMS-EMS interfaces

Q.831
Fault and performance management of V5 interface environments and associated customer profiles

Q.831.1
Access Management for V5

Q.832.1
VB5.1 Management

Q.832.2
VB5.2 Management

Q.832.3
Broadband access coordination

Q.833.1
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) - Network element management: CMIP model

Q.834.1
ATM-PON requirements and managed entities for the network and network element views

Q.834.2
[Withdrawn] ATM-PON requirements and managed entities for the network view
Deleted on 2004-09-30, its content having been merged into 2004 version of ITU-T Rec. Q.834.1

Q.834.3
A UML description for management interface requirements for broadband Passive Optical Networks

Q.834.4
A CORBA interface specification for Broadband Passive Optical Networks based on UML interface requirements

Q.835
Line and line circuit test management of ISDN and analogue customer accesses

Q.836.1
SSF management information model

Q.837.1
SDH-DLC functional requirements for the network and network element views

Q.838.1
Requirements and analysis for the management interface of Ethernet passive optical networks (EPON)

Digital subscriber Signalling System No. 1


General


Q.850
Use of cause and location in the digital subscriber Signalling System No. 1 and the Signalling System No. 7 ISDN user part

Q.860
Integrated services digital network (ISDN) and broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) generic addressing and transport (GAT) protocol

Data link layer


Q.920
ISDN user-network interface data link layer - General aspects alias number I.440

Q.921
ISDN user-network interface - Data link layer specification

Q.921 bis
Abstract test suite for LAPD conformance testing for testing conformance of basic rate user side equipment to Rec. Q.921

Q.922
ISDN data link layer specification for frame mode bearer services

Q.923
Specification of a synchronization and coordination function for the provision of the OSI connection-mode network service in an ISDN environment

Network layer


Q.930
ISDN user-network interface layer 3 - General aspects alias number I.450

Q.931
ISDN user-network interface layer 3 specification for basic call control alias number I.451

Q.931 bis
PICS and abstract test suite for ISDN DSS 1 layer 3 - Circuit mode, basic call control conformance testing test suites Part 1 (user side basic access) and Part 3 (user side primary access) for testing conformance of basic call equipment as per Rec Q.931

Q.932
Generic procedures for the control of ISDN supplementary services alias number I.452

Q.933
Signalling specifications for frame mode switched and permanent virtual connection control and status monitoring

Q.933 bis
Abstract test suite - Signalling specification for frame mode basic call control conformance testing for permanent virtual connections (PVCs) test suites Section II corresponding to additional procedures for PVCs as per Q.933 Annex A

Q.939
Typical DSS 1 service indicator codings for ISDN telecommunications services

User-network management


Q.940
ISDN user-network interface protocol for management - General aspects

Q.941
ISDN user-network interface protocol profile for management

Stage 3 description for supplementary services using DSS 1


Q.950
Supplementary services protocols, structure and general principles

Q.951 Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1

Q.951.1
Direct-dialling-in (DDI) Q.951 parts 1, 2 and 8 published together

Q.951.2
Multiple subscriber number (MSN) Q.951 parts 1, 2 and 8 published together

Q.951.3
Calling line identification presentation Q.951 parts 3-6 published together

Q.951.4
Calling line identification restriction Q.951 parts 3-6 published together

Q.951.5
Connected line identification presentation Q.951 parts 3-6 published together

Q.951.6
Connected line identification restriction Q.951 parts 3-6 published together

Q.951.7
Malicious Call Identification (MCID)

Q.951.8
Sub-addressing (SUB) Q.951 parts 1, 2 and 8 published together

Q.952
Stage 3 service description for call offering supplementary services using DSS 1 - Diversion supplementary services

Q.952.7
Stage 3 description for call offering supplementary services using DSS 1 - Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)

Q.953 ISDN stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using DSS 1

Q.953.1
Call waiting

Q.953.2
Call hold

Q.953.3
Completion of Calls to Busy Subscribers (CCBS)

Q.953.4
Terminal Portability

Q.953.5
Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using DSS 1: Call Completion on No Reply (CCNR)

Q.954 Stage 3 description for multiparty supplementary services using DSS 1

Q.954.1
Conference calling

Q.954.2
Three-party service (3PTY)

Q.955 Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services using DSS 1

Q.955.1
Closed user group

Q.955.3
Multi-level precedence and preemption (MLPP)

Q.956 Stage 3 description for charging supplementary services using DSS 1

Q.956.2
Advice of charge

Q.956.3
Reverse charging

Q.957 Stage 3 description for additional information transfer supplementary services using DSS 1

Q.957.1
User-to-user signalling (UUS)

Public Land Mobile Network


General


Q.1000
Structure of the Q.1000-Series Recommendations for public land mobile networks

Q.1001
General aspects of public land mobile networks

Q.1002
Network functions

Q.1003
Location registration procedures

Q.1004
Location register restoration procedures

Q.1005
Handover procedures

Interworking with ISDN and PSTN


Q.1031
General signalling requirements on interworking between the ISDN or PSTN and the PLMN

Q.1032
Signalling requirements relating to routing of calls to mobile subscribers

Mobile Application Part


Digital PLMN user-network interfaces


Q.1061
General aspects and principles relating to digital PLMN access signalling reference points

Q.1062
Digital PLMN access signalling reference configurations

Q.1063
Digital PLMN channel structures and access capabilities at the radio interface (Um reference point)

Interworking with satellite mobile systems


Interworking with Standard-A INMARSAT system


Q.1100
Structure of the Recommendations on the INMARSAT mobile satellite systems

Q.1101
General requirements for the interworking of the terrestrial telephone network and INMARSAT Standard A system

Q.1102
Interworking between Signalling System R2 and INMARSAT Standard A system

Q.1103
Interworking between Signalling System No. 5 and INMARSAT Standard A system

Interworking with Standard-B INMARSAT system


Q.1111
Interfaces between the INMARSAT Standard B system and the international public switched telephone network/ISDN

Q.1112
Procedures for interworking between INMARSAT Standard-B system and the international public switched telephone network/ISDN

Interworking with the INMARSAT aeronautical mobile-satellite system


Q.1151
Interfaces for interworking between the INMARSAT aeronautical mobile-satellite system and the international public switched telephone network/ISDN

Q.1152
Procedures for interworking between INMARSAT aeronautical mobile satellite system and the international public switched telephone network/ISDN

Intelligent Network


Q.1200
Q-series intelligent network Recommendation structure

Q.1201
Principles of intelligent network architecture For more details see I.312

Q.1202
Intelligent network - Service plane architecture For more details see I.328

Q.1203
Intelligent network - Global functional plane architecture For more details see I.329

Q.1204
Intelligent network distributed functional plane architecture

Q.1205
Intelligent network physical plane architecture

Q.1208
General aspects of the intelligent network application protocol

Q.1210
Q.1210-series Intelligent network Recommendation structure

Q.1211
Introduction to intelligent network capability set 1

Q.1213
Global functional plane for intelligent network CS-1

Q.1214
Distributed functional plane for intelligent network CS-1

Q.1215
Physical plane for intelligent network CS-1

Q.1218
Interface Recommendation for intelligent network CS-1

Q.1219
Intelligent network user's guide for capability set 1

Q.1220
Q.1220-series Intelligent Network Capability Set 2 Recommendation structure

Q.1221
Introduction to Intelligent Network Capability Set 2

Q.1222
Service plane for Intelligent Network Capability Set 2

Q.1223
Global functional plane for intelligent network Capability Set 2

Q.1224
Distributed functional plane for intelligent network Capability Set 2

Q.1225
Physical plane for Intelligent Network Capability Set 2

Q.1228
Interface Recommendation for intelligent network Capability Set 2

Q.1229
Intelligent Network user's guide for Capability Set 2

Q.1231
Introduction to Intelligent Network Capability Set 3

Q.1236
Intelligent Network Capability Set 3 - Management Information Model Requirements and Methodology

Q.1237
Extensions to Intelligent Network Capability Set 3 in support of B-ISDN

Q.1238.1
Common aspects

Q.1238.2
Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SCF-SSF interface

Q.1238.3
Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SCF-SRF interface

Q.1238.4
Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SCF-SDF interface

Q.1238.5
Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SDF-SDF interface

Q.1238.6
Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3: SCF-SCF interface

Q.1238.7
Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : SCF-CUSF interface

Q.1241
Introduction to Intelligent Network Capability Set 4

Q.1244
Distributed functional plane for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4

Q.1248.1
Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: Common aspects

Q.1248.2
Interface recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SCF-SSF Interface

Q.1248.3
Interface recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4 : Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SCF-SRF interface

Q.1248.4
Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SCF-SDF interface

Q.1248.5
Interface recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4 : Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SDF-SDF interface

Q.1248.6
Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network Capability Set 4: SCF-SCF interface

Q.1248.7
Interface Recommendation for Intelligent Network capability set 4: SCF-CUSF Interface

Q.1290
Glossary of terms used in the definition of intelligent networks

Q.1300
Telecommunication applications for switches and computers (TASC): general overview

Q.1301
Telecommunication applications for switches and computers (TASC): TASC Architecture

Q.1302
Telecommunication applications for switches and computers (TASC): TASC functional services

Q.1303
Telecommunication applications for switches and computers (TASC): TASC Management: Architecture, methodology and requirements

Q.1400
Architecture framework for the development of signalling and OA&M protocols using OSI concepts

Q.1521
Requirements on underlying networks and signalling protocols to support UPT

Q.1531
UPT security requirements for Service Set 1

Q.1541
UPT stage 2 for Service Set 1 on IN CS-1 - Procedures for universal personal telecommunication: Functional modelling and information flows

Q.1542
UPT stage 2 for Service Set 1 on IN CS-2 - Procedures for universal personal telecommunication: Functional modelling and information flows

Q.1551
Application of Intelligent Network Application Protocols (INAP) CS-1 for UPT Service Set 1

Q.1600
Signalling system No. 7 - Interaction between ISUP and INAP

Q.1600bis
Signalling system No. 7 - Interaction between ISDN user part ISUP'97 and INAP CS-1: Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP)

Q.1601
Signalling system No. 7 - Interaction between N-ISDN and INAP CS2

Q.1701
Framework for IMT-2000 networks

Q.1702
Long-term vision of network aspects for systems beyond IMT-2000

Q.1703
Service and network capabilities framework of network aspects for systems beyond IMT-2000

Q.1711
Network functional model for IMT-2000

Q.1721
Information flows for IMT-2000 capability set 1

Q.1731
Radio-technology independent requirements for IMT-2000 layer 2 radio interface

Q.1741.1
IMT-2000 references to release 1999 of GSM evolved UMTS core network with UTRAN access network

Q.1741.2
IMT-2000 references to release 4 of GSM evolved UMTS core network with UTRAN access network

Q.1741.3
IMT-2000 references to release 5 of GSM evolved UMTS core network

Q.1741.4
IMT-2000 References to Release 6 of GSM evolved UMTS Core Network

Q.1742.1
IMT-2000 references to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network

Q.1742.2
IMT-2000 references (approved as of 11 July 2002) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network

Q.1742.3
IMT-2000 references (approved as of 30 June 2003) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network

Q.1742.4
IMT-2000 references (approved as of 30 June 2004) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network

Q.1742.5
IMT 2000 references (approved as of 31 December 2005) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network

Q.1751
Internetwork signalling requirements for IMT-2000 capability set 1

Q.1761
Principles and requirements for convergence of fixed and existing IMT-2000 systems

Q.1901
Bearer Independent Call Control protocol

Q.1902.1
Bearer Independent Call Control protocol (Capability Set 2): Functional description

Q.1902.2
Bearer Independent Call Control protocol (Capability Set 2) and Signalling System No.7 ISDN user part: General functions of messages and parameters

Q.1902.3
Bearer Independent Call Control protocol (Capability Set 2) and Signalling System No.7 ISDN user part: Formats and codes

Q.1902.4
Bearer Independent Call Control protocol (Capability Set 2): Basic call procedures

Q.1902.5
Bearer Independent Call Control protocol (Capability Set 2): Exceptions to the application transport mechanism in the context of BICC

Q.1902.6
Bearer Independent Call Control protocol (Capability Set 2): Generic signalling procedures for the support of the ISDN user part supplementary services and for bearer redirection

Q.1912.1
Interworking between Signalling System No. 7 ISDN user part and the Bearer Independent Call Control protocol

Q.1912.2
Interworking between selected signalling systems (PSTN access, DSS1, C5, R1, R2, TUP) and the Bearer Independent Call Control protocol

Q.1912.3
Interworking between H.323 and the Bearer Independent Call Control protocol

Q.1912.4
Interworking between Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 and the Bearer Independent Call Control protocol

Q.1912.5
Interworking between Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Bearer Independent Call Control protocol or ISDN User Part

Q.1922.2
Interaction between the Intelligent Network Application Protocol Capability Set 2 and the Bearer Independent Call Control protocol

Q.1922.4
Interaction between the Intelligent Network application CS-4 protocol and the Bearer Independent Call Control protocol

Q.1930
BICC access network protocol

Q.1950
Bearer independent call bearer control protocol

Q.1970
BICC IP Bearer control protocol

Q.1980.1
The Narrowband Signalling Syntax (NSS) - Syntax definition

Q.1990
BICC Bearer Control Tunnelling Protocol

Broadband ISDN


General aspects


Q.2010
Broadband integrated services digital network overview - Signalling capability set 1, release 1

Signalling ATM adaptation layer (SAAL)


Q.2100
B-ISDN signalling ATM adaptation layer (SAAL) - overview description

Q.2110
B-ISDN ATM adaptation layer - Service specific connection oriented protocol (SSCOP)

Q.2111
B-ISDN ATM adaptation layer - Service specific connection oriented protocol in a multilink and connectionless environment (SSCOPMCE)

Q.2119
B-ISDN ATM adaptation layer - Convergence function for SSCOP above the frame relay core service

Q.2120
B-ISDN meta-signalling protocol

Q.2130
B-ISDN signalling ATM adaptation layer - Service specific coordination function for support of signalling at the user-network interface (SSCF at UNI)

Q.2140
B-ISDN signalling ATM adaptation layer - Service specific coordination function for signalling at the network node interface (SSCF AT NNI)

Q.2144
B-ISDN signalling ATM adaptation layer - Layer management for the SAAL at the network node interface

Q.2150.0
Generic signalling transport service

Q.2150.1
Signalling transport converter on MTP3 and MTP3b

Q.2150.2
Signalling transport converter on SSCOP and SSCOPMCE

Q.2150.3
Signalling transport converter on SCTP

Signalling network protocols


Q.2210
Message transfer part level 3 functions and messages using the services of ITU-T Recommendation Q.2140

Q.2220
Transport-Independent Signalling Connection Control Part (TI-SCCP)

Common aspects of B-ISDN application protocols for access signalling and network signalling and interworking


Q.2610
Usage of cause and location in B-ISDN user part and DSS 2

Q.2630.1
AAL type 2 signalling protocol (Capability Set 1)

Q.2630.2
AAL type 2 signalling protocol - Capability Set 2

Q.2630.3
AAL type 2 signalling protocol - Capability Set 3

Q.2631.1
Interworking between AAL type 2 signalling protocol Capability Set 2 and IP connection control signalling protocol Capability Set 1

Q.2632.1
Interworking between AAL type 2 signalling protocol Capability Set 2 and IP connection control signalling protocol Capability Set 1

Q.2650
Interworking between Signalling System No. 7 broadband ISDN User Part (B-ISUP) and digital subscriber Signalling System No. 2 (DSS 2)

Q.2660
Interworking between Signalling System No. 7 - Broadband ISDN User Part (B-ISUP) and Narrow-band ISDN User Part (N-ISUP)

B-ISDN application protocols for the network signalling


Q.2721.1
B-ISDN user part - Overview of the B-ISDN network node interface signalling capability set 2, step 1

Q.2722.1
B-ISDN user part - Network node interface specification for point-to-multipoint call connection control

Q.2724.1
B-ISDN user part - Look-ahead without state change for the network node interface

Q.2726.2
B-ISDN user part - Call priority

Q.2726.3
B-ISDN user part - Network generated session identifier

Q.2726.4
Extensions to the B-ISDN user part - Application generated identifiers

Q.2730
Signalling System No. 7 B-ISDN User Part (B-ISUP) - Supplementary services

Q.2735.1
Closed User Group (CUG)

Q.2751.1
Extension of Q.751.1 for SAAL signalling links

Q.2761
Functional description of the B-ISDN user part (B-ISUP) of signalling system No. 7

Q.2762
General Functions of messages and signals of the B-ISDN user part (B-ISUP) of Signalling System No. 7

Q.2763
Signalling System No. 7 B-ISDN User Part (B-ISUP) - Formats and codes

Q.2764
Signalling System No. 7 B-ISDN User Part (B-ISUP) - Basic call procedures

Q.2765
Signalling System No. 7 B-ISDN User Part (B-ISUP) - Application transport mechanism (APM)

Q.2766.1
Switched virtual path capability

Q.2767.1
Soft PVC capability

Q.2769.1
Support of number portability information across B-ISUP


B-ISDN application protocols for access signalling


Q.2920
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 (DSS 2): Call/connection control for the support of ATM-MPLS network interworking

Q.2931
Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 - User-Network Interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control

Q.2931B
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - User-network interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control: Protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) proforma

Q.2931C
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - User-network interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the user

Q.2931D
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - User-network interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the user

Q.2931E
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - User-network interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the Network

Q.2931F
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - User-network interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control - Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the network

Q.2932 Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Generic functional protocol

Q.2932.1
Core functions

Q.2933
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - Signalling specification for frame relay service

Q.2934
Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 - Switched virtual path capability

Q.2939.1
Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 - Application of DSS2 service-related information elements by equipment supporting B-ISDN services

Q.2941.1
Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 - Generic identifier transport

Q.2941.2
Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 - Generic identifier transport extensions

Q.2941.3
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2): Generic identifier transport extension for support of bearer independent call control

Q.2951 Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using B-ISDN digital subscriber Signalling System No. 2 (DSS 2 ) - Basic Call

Q.2951.1
Direct-Dialling-In (DDI)

Q.2951.2
Multiple Subscriber Number (MSN)

Q.2951.3
Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)

Q.2951.4
Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR)

Q.2951.5
Connected Line Identification Presentation (COLP)

Q.2951.6
Connected Line Identification Restriction (COLR)

Q.2951.8
Sub-addressing (SUB)

Q.2951.9
Support of ATM end system addressing format by Number identification supplementary services

Q.2955.1
Closed User Group (CUG)

Q.2957 Stage 3 description for additional information transfer supplementary services using B-ISDN digital subscriber Signalling System No. 2 (DSS 2) - Basic call

Q.2957.1
User-to-user signalling (UUS)

Q.2959
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Call priority

Q.2961 Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Additional traffic parameters

Q.2961B
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - Additional traffic parameters: Protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) proforma

Q.2961C
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - Additional traffic parameters: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the user

Q.2961D
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - Additional traffic parameters: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the user

Q.2961E
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - Additional traffic parameters: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the network

Q.2961F
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS 2) - Additional traffic parameters: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the Network

Q.2961.1
Additional signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the tagging option and the sustainable cell rate parameter set

Q.2961.2
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 û Additional traffic parameters: Support of ATM Transfer capability in the broadband bearer capability information element

Q.2961.3
Signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the available bit rate (ABR) ATM transfer capability

Q.2961.4
Signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the ATM Block Transfer (ABT) ATM transfer capability

Q.2961.5
Additional traffic parameters for cell delay variation tolerance indication

Q.2961.6
Additional signalling procedures for the support of the SBR2 and SBR3 ATM transfer capabilities

Q.2962
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection characteristics negotiation during call/connection establishment phase

Q.2962B
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection characteristics negotiation during call/connection establishment phase: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) proforma

Q.2962C
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection characteristics negotiation during call/connection establishment phase: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the user

Q.2962D
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection characteristics negotiation during call/connection establishment phase: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the user

Q.2962E
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection characteristics negotiation during call/connection establishment phase: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the network

Q.2962F
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection characteristics negotiation during call/connection establishment phase: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the network

Q.2963 Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification

Q.2963.1
Peak cell rate modification by the connection owner

Q.2963.1B
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification : Peak cell rate modification by the connection owner: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) proforma

Q.2963.1C
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification : Peak cell rate modification by the connection owner: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the user

Q.2963.1D
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification : Peak cell rate modification by the connection owner: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the user

Q.2963.1E
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification : Peak cell rate modification by the connection owner: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the network

Q.2963.1F
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification : Peak cell rate modification by the connection owner: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the network

Q.2963.2
Modification procedures for sustainable cell rate parameters

Q.2963.3
ATM traffic descriptor modification with negotiation by the connection owner

Q.2964.1
Basic Look-Ahead

Q.2965.1
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Support of Quality of Service classes

Q.2965.1B
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Support of Quality of Service classes: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) proforma

Q.2965.2
Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 - Signalling of individual Quality of Service parameters

Q.2965.2B
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Signalling of individual Quality of Service parameters: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) proforma

Q.2964.1
Basic look-ahead

Q.2971
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - User-network interface layer 3 specification for point-to-multipoint call/connection control

Q.2971C
Digital Subscriber signalling system No. 2 - User-network interface layer 3 specification for point-to-multipoint call/connection control: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the user

Q.2971D
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - User-network interface layer 3 specification for point-to-multipoint call/connection control: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the user

Q.2971E
Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - User-network interface layer 3 specification for point-to-multipoint call/connection control: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS & TP) for the network

Q.2971F
Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 - User-network interface layer 3 specification for point-to-multipoint call/connection control: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma for the network

Q.2981
Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (B-ISDN) and Broadband Private Integrated Services Network (B-PISN) call control protocol

Q.2982
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 (DSS2) - Q.2931-based separated call control protocol

Q.2983
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling No. 2 (DSS2) - Bearer control protocol

Q.2984
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) and broadband private integrated services network (B-PISN) - Pre-negotiation

Q.2991.1
TSS & TP

Q.2991.2
ICS & IXIT and ATS

Supplements


Q.500SerSup1
Definition of relative levels, transmission loss and attenuation/frequency distortion for digital exchanges with complex impedances at Z interfaces

Q.500SerSup2
Impedance strategy for telephone instruments and digital local exchanges in the British Telecom Network

Q.Sup1
Signalling System No. 7 testing and planning tools

Q.Sup2
Intelligent Network user's guide: Supplement for IN CS-1

Q.Sup3
Number portability - Scope and capability set 1 architecture

Q.Sup4
Number portability - Capability set 1 requirements for service provider portability (All call query and Onward routing)

Q.Sup5
Number portability - Capability set 2 requirements for service provider portabilty (Query on release and Dropback)

Q.Sup6
Technical report TRQ.2000: Roadmap for the TRQ.2xxx-series technical reports

Q.Sup7
Technical report TRQ.2001: General aspects for the development of unified signalling requirements

Q.Sup8
Technical report TRQ.2400: Transport control signalling requirements - Signalling requirements for AAL Type 2 link control capability set 1

Q.Sup9
Technical Report TRQ.2000: Roadmap for the TRQ.2xxx-series Technical Reports

Q.Sup10
Technical Report TRQ.2002: Information Flow Elements

Q.Sup11
Technical Report TRQ.2010: B-ISDN signalling interworking requirements

Q.Sup12
Technical Report TRQ.2100

Q.Sup13
Technical Report TRQ.2110

Q.Sup14
Technical Report TRQ.2120: Coordinated call control and bearer control signalling requirements - Third party coordinated call and bearer control

Q.Sup15
Technical Report TRQ.2130

Q.Sup16
Technical Report TRQ.2140

Q.Sup17
Technical Report TRQ.2200

Q.Sup18
Technical Report TRQ.2230

Q.Sup19
Technical Report TRQ.2300

Q.Sup20
Technical Report TRQ.2310

Q.Sup21
Technical Report TRQ.2320

Q.Sup22
Technical Report TRQ.3000: Operation of the bearer independant call control (BICC) protocol with digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2)

Q.Sup23
Supplement to ITU-T Q.1901 Recommendation - Technical Report TRQ.3010: Operation of the bearer independant call control (BICC) protocol with AAL type 2 signalling protocol (CS-1)

Q.Sup24
Technical Report TRQ.3020: Operation of the bearer independant call control (BICC) protocol with broadband integrated services digital network user part (B-ISUP) for AAL Type 1 adaptation

Q.Sup25
Supplement to ITU-T Q.2900 series Recommendations: Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) -Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - User-network interface layer 3 - Overview of B-ISDN DSS2 signalling capabilities

Q.Sup26
Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) û Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) and signalling system No. 7 (B-ISUP) û Support of services over IP-based networks

Q.Sup27
Technical Report: Overview of Signalling and Protocol Framework for an Evolving Environment (SPFEE)

Q.Sup28
Technical Report: Signalling and protocol framework for an emerging environment (SPFEE) û Specifications for service access

Q.Sup29
Service Modelling: Evolution to the use of object oriented techniques

Q.Sup30
Supplement to ITU-T Recommendation Q.1701 - Roadmap to IMT-2000 Recommendations, Standards and Technical Specifications

Q.Sup31
Technical report TRQ.2141.0: Signalling requirements for the support of narrowband services over broadband transport technologies - Capability set 2 (CS-2)

Q.Sup32
Technical Report TRQ.2141.1: Signalling requirements for the support of narrow-band services via broadband transport technologies - CS-2 signalling flows

Q.Sup33
Technical Report TRQ.2401: Transport control signalling requirements - Signalling requirements for AAL type 2 link control capability set 2

Q.Sup34
Technical report TRQ.2410: Signalling requirements capability set 1 for support of IP bearer control in BICC networks

Q.Sup35
Technical Report TRQ.2500: Signalling Requirements for the support of the call bearer control interface (CS-1)

Q.Sup36
Technical report TRQ.3030: Operation of the bearer independent call control (BICC) protocol (CS-2) with IP bearer control protocol (IPBCP)

Q.Sup37
DSS1 and DSS2 Messages and information element identifiers

Q.Sup38
Technical Report TRQ.2600: BICC signalling transport requirements û Capability set 1

Q.Sup39
Technical Report TRQ.2700: Requirements for signalling in access networks that support BICC

Q.Sup40
Technical Report: Reference document on API/object interface between network control and application layer

Q.Sup41
Technical Report TRQ.2003: Roadmap to the BICC protocol Recommendations, BICC interworking Recommendations, and BICC requirement supplements

Q.Sup42
Technical Report TRQ.2402: Transport control signalling requirements - Signalling requiremnts for AAL type 2 Link control Capability Set 3

Q.Sup43
Technical Report TRQ.2415: Transport control signalling requirements - Signalling requirements for IP connection control in radio access networks Capability Set 1

Q.Sup44
Technical Report TRQ.2800: Transport control signalling requirements - Signalling requirements for AAL type 2 to IP interworking Capability Set 1

Q.Sup45
Technical Report TRQ.2815: Requirements for interworking BICC/ISUP network with originating/destination networks based on Session Initiation Protocol and Session Description Protocol

Q.Sup46
Technical Report TRQ.2830: ATM-MPLS network interworking signalling requirements

Q.Sup47
Emergency services for IMT-2000 networks - Requirements for harmonization and convergence

Q.Sup48
Guideline document for specifying API/object interface between network control and application layer

Q.Sup49
Technical Report TRQ.2840: Signalling requirements to support IP telephony

Q.Sup50
Technical Report TRQ.2145: Requirements for a Narrowband Signalling Syntax (NSS)

Q.Sup51
Signalling requirements for IP-QoS

Q.Sup52
NNI mobility management requirements for systems beyond IMT-2000

Q.Sup53
Signalling requirements to support the International Emergency Preference Scheme (IEPS)

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