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Q.1

Signal receivers for manual working  

Q.2

Signal receivers for automatic and semi-automatic working, used for manual working  

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  

Q.10

[Withdrawn] Definitions relating to national and international numbering plans  
Deleted Q.10 was an extract of ITU-T E.160. E.160 was later replaced by ITU-T E.164

Q.11bis

[Withdrawn] Numbering plan for the ISDN era  
Q.11 bis was an alias name of ITU-T E.164. Only this alias name was suppressed. ITU-T E.164 remains valid

Q.11ter

[Withdrawn] Timetable for coordinated implementation of the full capability of the numbering plan for the ISDN era (Recommendation E.164)  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

Q.12

Overflow - alternative routing - rerouting - automatic repeat attempt  

Q.13

[Withdrawn] International telephone routing plan  
Q.13 was an alias name of ITU-T E.171. Only this alias name was suppressed. ITU-T E.171 remains valid

Q.14

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

Q.15

[Withdrawn] Nominal mean power during the busy hour  
Deleted Q.15 was an extract of ITU-T G.223. ITU-T G.223 remains valid

Q.16

[Withdrawn] Maximum permissible value for the absolute power level of a signalling pulse  
Q.16 was an alias name of ITU-T G.224. Only this alias name was suppressed. ITU-T G.224 remains valid

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  

Q.35

Technical characteristics of tones for the telephone service  
This Recommendation is published with the double number E.180 and Q.35. For more details see E.180.

Q.36

[Withdrawn] Customer recognition of foreign tones  
Q.36 was an alias name of ITU-T E.181. Only this alias name was suppressed. ITU-T E.181 remains valid

Q.40

[Withdrawn] The transmission plan  
Deleted Q.40 was an extract of ITU-T G.101. ITU-T G.101 remains valid

Q.41

[Withdrawn] Mean one-way propagation time  
Deleted Q.41 was an extract of ITU-T G.114. ITU-T G.114 remains valid

Q.42

[Withdrawn] Stability and echo (echo suppressors)  
Q.42 was an alias name of ITU-T G.131. Only this alias name was suppressed. ITU-T G.131 remains valid

Q.43

[Withdrawn] Transmission losses, relative levels  
Deleted Q.43 was an extract of ITU-T G.101. ITU-T G.101 remains valid

Q.44

Attenuation distortion  

Q.45

Transmission characteristics of an analogue international exchange  

Q.45bis

Transmission characteristics of an analogue international exchange  

Q.48

Demand assignment signalling systems  

Q.49

[Withdrawn] CCITT automatic transmission measuring and signalling testing equipment ATME No. 2  
Q.49 was an alias name of ITU-T O.22. Only this alias name was suppressed. ITU-T O.22 remains valid

Q.50

Signalling between Circuit Multiplication Equipment (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

Signaling between international switching centers and stand-alone echo control devices  

Q.55

Signalling between signal processing network equipments (SPNE) and international switching centres (ISC)  

Q.56

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

Q.65

The unified functional methodology for the characterization of services and network capabilities including alternative object oriented techniques  

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  

Q.80

Introduction to stage 2 service descriptions for supplementary services  

Q.81.1

Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services : Direct dialling-in  

Q.81.2

Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services : Multiple subscriber number  
Published with ITU-T Q.81.8.

Q.81.3

Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services : Calling line identification presentation (CLIP) and calling line identification restriction (CLIR)  
Published with ITU-T Q.81.5.

Q.81.4

[Withdrawn] Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services : Calling line identification restriction (CLIR)  

Q.81.5

Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services : Connected line identification, presentation and restriction (COLP) and (COLR)  
Published with ITU-T Q.81.3.

Q.81.6

[Withdrawn] Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services : Connected line identification restriction (COLR)  

Q.81.7

Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services : Malicious call identification (MCID)  
This subject was only recognised and is for further study

Q.81.8

Stage 2 description for number identification supplementary services : Sub-addressing (SUB)  
Published with ITU-T Q.81.2.

Q.82.1

Stage 2 description for call offering supplementary services : Call transfer  
Empty Recommendation. This subject was only recognised and is for further study.

Q.82.2

Stage 2 description for call offering supplementary services : Call forwarding  
Published with ITU-T Q.82.3.

Q.82.3

Stage 2 description for call offering supplementary services : Call deflection  
Published with ITU-T Q.82.2.

Q.82.4

Stage 2 description for call offering supplementary services : Line hunting  

Q.82.7

Stage 2 description for call offering supplementary services : Explicit call transfer  

Q.83.1

Stage 2 description for call completion supplementary services : Call waiting (CW)  
Published with ITU-T Q.83.4.

Q.83.2

Stage 2 description for call completion supplementary services : Call hold  

Q.83.3

Stage 2 description for call completion supplementary services : Completion of call to busy subscriber  
Empty Recommendation. This service has only been identified and requires further study.

Q.83.4

Stage 2 description for call completion supplementary services : Terminal portability  
Published with ITU-T Q.83.1.

Q.84.1

Stage 2 description for multiparty supplementary services : Conference calling (CONF)  

Q.84.2

Stage 2 description for multiparty supplementary services : Three-party service  

Q.85.1

Stage 2 description for community of interest supplementary services : Closed user group  
Published with ITU-T Q.85.3.

Q.85.3

Stage 2 description for community of interest supplementary services : Multi-level precedence and preemption (MLPP)  
Published with ITU-T Q.85.1.

Q.85.6

Stage 2 description for community of interest supplementary services : Global Virtual Network Service (GVNS)  

Q.86.1

Stage 2 description for charging supplementary services : Credit card call  
Empty Recommendation. This service has only been identified and requires further study.

Q.86.2

Stage 2 description for charging supplementary services : Advice of charge (AOC)  

Q.86.3

Stage 2 description for charging supplementary services : Reverse charging (REV)  

Q.86.4

Stage 2 description for charging supplementary services : International Freephone Service (IFS)  

Q.86.7

Stage 2 description for charging supplementary services : International Telecommunication Charge Card (ITCC)  

Q.87.1

Stage 2 description for additional information transfer supplementary services : User-to-user signalling (UUS)  

Q.87.2

Stage 2 description for additional information transfer supplementary services : User signalling bearer services  
Empty Recommendation. This service has only been identified and requires further study.

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.107bis

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  

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  

Q.115

Logic for the control of echo control devices  
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

Q.115.2

Logic for the control of voice enhancement devices and functions  

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

Abnormal conditions - Special release arrangements  

Q.118bis

Indication of congestion conditions at transit exchanges  

Q.120-Q.139

Specifications of signalling system No. 4  

Q.140-Q.180

Specifications of Signalling System No. 5  

Q.251-Q.300

Specifications of Signalling System No. 6  

Q.310-Q.332

Specifications of Signalling System R1  

Q.400-Q.490

Specifications of Signalling System R2  

Q.500

Digital local, combined, transit and international exchanges - Introduction and field of application  

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  

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  

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  

Q.601-Q.695

Lists and meanings of FITEs, BITEs and SPITEs - Representation of information contents of signals of the signalling systems  

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  

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  

Q.698

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

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  

Q.700

Introduction to CCITT Signalling System No. 7  

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  
Covering note, 17.09.99: Erratum (english only)

Q.705

Signalling network structure  

Q.706

Message transfer part signalling performance  

Q.707

Testing and maintenance  

Q.708

Assignment procedures for international signalling point codes  

Q.709

Hypothetical signalling reference connection  

Q.710

Simplified MTP version for small systems  

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 System No. 7 - Signalling connection control part (SCCP) performance  

Q.721

Functional description of the Signalling System No. 7 Telephone User Part (TUP)  

Q.722

General function of telephone messages and signals  

Q.723

Telephone user part formats and codes  
A Corrigendum was indicated in 03/1993.

Q.724

Telephone user part signalling procedures  

Q.725

Signalling performance in the telephone application  

Q.730

ISDN User Part supplementary services  

Q.731.1

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Direct-dialling-in (DDI)  

Q.731.3

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Calling line identification presentation (CLIP)  

Q.731.4

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Calling line identification restriction (CLIR)  

Q.731.5

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Connected line identification presentation (COLP)  

Q.731.6

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Connected line identification restriction (COLR)  

Q.731.7

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Malicious call identification (MCID)  

Q.731.8

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Sub-addressing (SUB)  
Published with ITU-T Q.731.1.

Q.732.2

Stage 3 description for call offering supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Call diversion services: - Call forwarding busy - Call forwarding no reply - Call forwarding unconditional - Call deflection  
Call diversion Recommendation groups four services the stage 3 descriptions of which are similar: Q.732.2 - Call Forwarding Busy (CFB) Q.732.3 - Call Forwarding No Reply (CFNR) Q.732.4 - Call Forwarding Unconditional (CFU) Q.732.5 - Call Deflection (CD).

Q.732.7

Stage 3 description for call offering supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Explicit call transfer  

Q.733.1

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Call waiting (CW)  

Q.733.2

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Call hold (HOLD)  
Published with ITU-T Q.733.4.

Q.733.3

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Completion of calls to busy subscriber (CCBS)  

Q.733.4

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Terminal portability (TP)  
Published with ITU-T Q.733.2.

Q.733.5

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Completion of calls on no reply  

Q.734.1

Stage 3 description for multiparty supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Conference calling  
Published with ITU-T Q.734.2. Covering note, June 1999: Information note

Q.734.2

Stage 3 description for multiparty supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Three-party service  

Q.735.1

Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Closed user group (CUG)  

Q.735.3

Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Multi-level precedence and preemption  

Q.735.6

Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Global virtual network service (GVNS)  

Q.736.1

Stage 3 description for charging supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : International Telecommunication Charge Card (ITCC)  

Q.736.3

Stage 3 description for charging supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : Reverse charging (REV)  

Q.737.1

Stage 3 description for additional information transfer supplementary services using Signalling System No. 7 : User-to-user signalling (UUS)  

Q.741

[Withdrawn] Signalling System No. 7 - Data user part  
This Recommendation was published under alias number X.61. It was discontinued because it was no longer used

Q.750

Overview of Signalling System No. 7 management  

Q.751.1

Network element management information model for the Message Transfer Part (MTP)  

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)  

Q.761

Signalling System No. 7 - ISDN User Part functional description  

Q.762

Signalling System No. 7 - ISDN User Part general functions of messages and signals  

Q.763

Signalling System No. 7 - ISDN User Part formats and codes  

Q.764

Signalling System No. 7 - ISDN User Part signalling procedures  

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  

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  

Q.780

Signalling System No. 7 test specification - 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.784.1

ISUP basic call test specification: 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  
This Recommendation includes one diskette containing Annex D ISUP'92 ATS for basic call in graphical and in machine processable form.

Q.784.3

ISUP basic call test specification: 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)  
This Recommendation includes one CD-ROM containing the ISUP'97 ATS for supplementary services in machine processable form and in graphical form.

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  

Q.795

[Withdrawn] Operations, Maintenance and Administration Part (OMAP)  
The content of this Recommendation is now covered by ITU-T Q.75x series

Q.811

Lower layer protocol profiles for the Q and X interfaces  

Q.812

Upper layer protocol profiles for the Q and X interfaces  

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.816.2

CORBA-based TMN services: Extensions to support service-oriented interfaces  

Q.817

TMN PKI - Digital certificates and certificate revocation lists profiles  

Q.818

Web service-based management services  

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.824.0

Stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration : Common information  

Q.824.1

Stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration : Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) basic and primary rate access  

Q.824.2

Stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration : Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) supplementary services  

Q.824.3

Stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration : Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) optional user facilities  

Q.824.4

Stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration : Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) teleservices  

Q.824.5

Stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration : Configuration management of V5 interface environments and associated customer profiles  

Q.824.6

Stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration : Broadband Switch Management  

Q.824.7

Stage 2 and stage 3 description for the Q3 interface - Customer administration : Enhanced broadband switch management  

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  
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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.837.2

Use case descriptions and analysis for SDH-DLC network level management interface  

Q.838.1

Requirements and analysis for the management interface of Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (EPON)  

Q.840.1

Requirements and analysis for NMS-EMS management interface of Ethernet over Transport and Metro Ethernet Network (EoT/MEN)  

Q.850

Usage 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  

Q.920

ISDN user-network interface data link layer - General aspects  
This Recommendation is also included but not published in I series under alias number I.440

Q.921

ISDN user-network interface - Data link layer specification  
This Recommendation is also included but not published in I series under alias number I.441.

Q.921bis

Abstract test suite for LAPD conformance testing  
This Recommendation includes 5 diskettes containing postscript files of ATS 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  

Q.930

ISDN user-network interface layer 3 - General aspects  
This Recommendation is also included but not published in I series under alias number I.450

Q.931

ISDN user-network interface layer 3 specification for basic call control  
This Recommendation is also included but not published in I series under alias number I.451

Q.931bis

[Withdrawn] PICS and abstract test suite for ISDN DSS1 layer 3 - Circuit mode, basic call control conformance testing  

Q.932

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 1 - Generic procedures for the control of ISDN supplementary services  
This Recommendation is also included but not published in I series under alias number I.452.

Q.933

ISDN Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 1 (DSS1) - Signalling specifications for frame mode switched and permanent virtual connection control and status monitoring  

Q.933bis

Abstract test suite - Signalling specification for frame mode basic call control conformance testing for permanent virtual connections (PVCs)  
This Recommendation includes one diskette containing Abstract test suites Section II corresponding to additional procedures for PVCs as per ITU-T Q.933 Annex A.

Q.939

Typical DSS1 service indicator codings for ISDN telecommunications services  

Q.940

ISDN user-network interface protocol for management - General aspects  

Q.941

ISDN user-network interface protocol profile for management  

Q.950

Supplementary services protocols, structure and general principles  

Q.951.1

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1 : Direct-dialling-in (DDI)  
Q.951 parts 1, 2 and 8 published together

Q.951.2

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1 : Multiple subscriber number (MSN)  
Q.951 parts 1, 2 and 8 published together

Q.951.3

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1 : Calling line identification presentation  
Q.951 parts 3-6 published together

Q.951.4

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1 : Calling line identification restriction  
Q.951 parts 3-6 published together

Q.951.5

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1 : Connected line identification presentation  
Q.951 parts 3-6 published together

Q.951.6

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1 : Connected line identification restriction  
Q.951 parts 3-6 published together

Q.951.7

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1 : Malicious call identification (MCID)  

Q.951.8

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using DSS 1 : Sub-addressing (SUB)  
Q.951 parts 1, 2 and 8 published together

Q.952

Stage 3 description for call offering supplementary services using DSS1 - Diversion supplementary services  

Q.952.7

Stage 3 description for call offering supplementary services using DSS1: Explicit call transfer (ECT)  

Q.953.1

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using DSS 1 : Call waiting  

Q.953.2

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using DSS 1 : Call hold  

Q.953.3

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using DSS 1 : Completion of calls to busy subscribers (CCBS)  

Q.953.4

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using DSS 1 : Terminal Portability (TP)  

Q.953.5

Stage 3 description for call completion supplementary services using DSS 1 : Call Completion on No Reply (CCNR)  
This Recommendation includes one diskette containing the SDL process diagrams of DSS1 CCNR in machine processable form and in graphical form.

Q.954.1

Stage 3 description for multiparty supplementary services using DSS 1 : Conference calling  
Covering note, June 1999: Information note

Q.954.2

Stage 3 description for multiparty supplementary services using DSS 1 : Three-party service (3PTY)  

Q.955.1

Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services using DSS 1 : Closed user group  

Q.955.3

Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services using DSS 1 : Multi-level precedence and preemption (MLPP)  

Q.956.2

Stage 3 description for charging supplementary services using DSS 1 : Advice of charge  

Q.956.3

Stage 3 description for charging supplementary services using DSS 1 : Reverse charging  

Q.957.1

Stage 3 description for additional information transfer supplementary services using DSS 1 : User-to-user signalling (UUS)  

Q.1000

[Withdrawn] Structure of the Q.1000-Series Recommendations for public land mobile networks  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1001

General aspects of public land mobile networks  

Q.1002

[Withdrawn] Network functions  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1003

[Withdrawn] Location registration procedures  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1004

[Withdrawn] Location register restoration procedures  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1005

[Withdrawn] Handover procedures  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1031

[Withdrawn] General signalling requirements on interworking between the ISDN or PSTN and the PLMN  
Formerly Q.70 (1984). This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1032

[Withdrawn] Signalling requirements relating to routing of calls to mobile subscribers  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1051

[Withdrawn] Mobile application Part  
This Recommendation was made for second generation of mobile systems. For this generation, three specifications have been developed by regional standards organizations. These implementations were complying with the philosophy of intentions of the Q.1000-Series of Recommendations, but they were modified and enhanced to include new functions and to handle regional network dependant features. These regional specifications supersede ITU-T Q.1051 (1988)

Q.1061

[Withdrawn] General aspects and principles relating to digital PLMN access signalling reference points  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1062

[Withdrawn] Digital PLMN access signalling reference configurations  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

Q.1063

[Withdrawn] Digital PLMN channel structures and access capabilities at the radio interface (Um reference point)  
This Recommendation was deleted on 24/12/2003 since it has become obsolete, due to the evolution of the work on mobile networks

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  

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  

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  

Q.1200

General series Intelligent Network Recommendation structure  

Q.1201

Principles of intelligent network architecture  
This Recommendation is published with the double number Q.1201 and I.312. For more details see I.312

Q.1202

Intelligent network - Service plane architecture  
This Recommendation is published with the double number Q.1202 and I.328. For more details see I.328

Q.1203

Intelligent network - Global functional plane architecture  
This Recommendation is published with the double number Q.1203 and I.329. 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  
This Recommendation is published in three fascicles.

Q.1225

Physical plane for intelligent network Capability Set 2  

Q.1228

Interface Recommendation for intelligent network Capability Set 2  
This Recommendation includes 3 diskettes containing Q.1228 SDL diagrams in SDT source format and in PDF format.

Q.1229

Intelligent Network user's guide for Capability Set 2  
This Recommendation is published in 5 fascicles.

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

Interface Recommendation for intelligent network capability set 3 : 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 : 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 : 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 CS-2  

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.1704

Functional network architecture for IMT-Advanced  

Q.1706

Mobility management requirements for NGN  

Q.1707

Generic framework of mobility management for next generation networks  

Q.1708

Framework of location management for NGN  

Q.1709

Framework of handover control for NGN  

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.1741.5

IMT-2000 references to Release 7 of GSM-evolved UMTS core network  

Q.1741.6

IMT-2000 references to Release 8 of GSM-evolved UMTS core network  

Q.1741.7

IMT-2000 references to Release 9 of GSM-evolved UMTS core network  

Q.1741.8

IMT-2000 references to Release 10 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.1742.6

IMT-2000 references (approved as of 31 December 2006) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network  

Q.1742.7

IMT-2000 references (approved as of 30 June 2008) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network  

Q.1742.8

IMT-2000 references (approved as of 31 January 2010) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network  

Q.1742.9

IMT-2000 references (approved as of 31 December 2010) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network  

Q.1742.10

IMT-2000 references (approved as of 31 December 2011) to ANSI-41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access network  

Q.1742.11

IMT 2000 References (approved as of 31 December 2012) 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.1762

Fixed-mobile convergence general requirements  

Q.1763

FMC service using legacy PSTN or ISDN as the fixed access network for mobile network users  

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.1912.5B

Interworking between session initiation protocol (SIP) and bearer independent call control protocol (BICC) or ISDN user part (ISUP): Protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS)  

Q.1912.5C

Interworking between session initiation protocol (SIP) and bearer independent call control protocol (BICC) or ISDN user part (ISUP): Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS&TP) for profiles A and B  

Q.1912.5D

Interworking between session initiation protocol (SIP) and bearer independent call control protocol (BICC) or ISDN user part (ISUP): Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS&TP) for profile C  

Q.1912.5E

Interworking between session initiation protocol (SIP) and bearer independent call control protocol (BICC) or ISDN user part (ISUP): Abstract test suite (ATS) and partial protocol implementation extra information for testing (PIXIT) for profiles A and B  

Q.1912.5F

Interworking between session initiation protocol (SIP) and bearer independent call control protocol (BICC) or ISDN user part (ISUP): Abstract test suite (ATS) and partial protocol implementation extra information for testing (PIXIT) for profile C  

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  

Q.2010

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

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 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  

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)  

Q.2610

Usage of cause and location in B-ISDN user part and DSS2  

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

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 (DSS2)  

Q.2660

Interworking between signalling system No. 7 broadband ISDN user part (B-ISUP) and narrow-band ISDN user part (N-ISUP)  

Q.2721.1

[Withdrawn] B-ISDN user part - Overview of the B-ISDN network node interface signalling capability set 2, step 1  
The content of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2722.1

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

Q.2723.1

[Withdrawn] B-ISDN user part - Support of additional traffic parameters for sustainable cell rate and quality of service  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2723.2

[Withdrawn] Extensions to the B-ISDN User Part - Support of ATM transfer capability in the broadband bearer capability parameter  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2723.3

[Withdrawn] Extensions to the B-ISDN User Part - Signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the available bit rate (ABR) ATM transfer capability  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2723.4

[Withdrawn] Extensions to the B-ISDN User Part - Signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the ATM block transfer (ABT) ATM transfer capability  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2723.5

[Withdrawn] B-ISDN User Part - Support of cell delay variation tolerance indication  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2723.6

[Withdrawn] Extensions to the signalling system No. 7 B-ISDN user part - Signalling capabilities to support the indication of the statistical bit rate configuration 2 (SBR 2) and 3 (SBR 3) ATM transfer capabilities  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2724.1

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

Q.2725.1

[Withdrawn] B-ISDN user part - Support of negotiation during connection setup  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2725.2

[Withdrawn] B-ISDN user part - Modification procedures  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2725.3

[Withdrawn] Extensions to the B-ISDN User Part - Modification procedures for sustainable cell rate parameters  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2725.4

[Withdrawn] Extensions to the signalling system No. 7 B-ISDN user part - Modification procedures with negotiation  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2726.1

[Withdrawn] B-ISDN user part - ATM end system address  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

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.2727

[Withdrawn] B-ISDN user part - Support of frame relay  
The contents of this Rec. is now covered by ITU-T Recs. Q.2761, Q.2762, Q.2763 and Q.2764 approved in 12/1999

Q.2730

Signalling system No. 7 B-ISDN user part (B-ISUP) - Supplementary services  

Q.2735.1

Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services for B-ISDN using SS No. 7 : 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  

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  
Modified by ITU-T Q.2971 (10/1995).

Q.2931B

Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - User-network interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control: Protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) proforma  
ITU-T Q.2931 B was previously numbered as Q.2931 bis during the approval process

Q.2931C

Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - User-network interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control: Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP) for the user  
ITU-T Q.2931 C was previously numbered as Q.2931 ter during the approval process

Q.2931D

Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - 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  
ITU-T Q.2931 D was previously numbered as Q.2931 quater during the approval process

Q.2931E

Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - User-network interface (UNI) layer 3 specification for basic call/connection control: Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP) for the network  
ITU-T Q.2931 E was previously numbered as Q.2931 quinquies during the approval process

Q.2931F

Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - 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  
ITU-T Q.2931 F was previously numbered as Q.2931 sexies during the approval process

Q.2932.1

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Generic functional protocol : Core functions  

Q.2933

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 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

Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 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 (DSS2 ) - Basic Call  

Q.2951.9

Stage 3 description for number identification supplementary services using B-ISDN digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2 ) - Basic Call : Support of ATM end system addressing format by Number identification supplementary services  

Q.2955.1

Stage 3 description for community of interest supplementary services using B-ISDN digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) : Closed User Group (CUG)  

Q.2957.1

Stage 3 description for additional information transfer supplementary services using B-ISDN digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - Basic call : User-to-user signalling (UUS)  
Modified by ITU-T Q.2971 (10/1995).

Q.2959

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Call priority  

Q.2961B

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - Additional traffic parameters: Protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) proforma  
ITU-T Q.2961 B was previously numbered as Q.2961 bis during the approval process

Q.2961C

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - Additional traffic parameters: Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP) for the user  
ITU-T Q.2961 C was previously numbered as Q.2961 ter during the approval process

Q.2961D

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - Additional traffic parameters: Abstract test suite (ATS) and partial protocol implementation extra information for testing (PIXIT) proforma for the user  
ITU-T Q.2961 D was previously numbered as Q.2961 quater during the approval process

Q.2961E

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - Additional traffic parameters: Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS & TP) for the network  
ITU-T Q.2961 E was previously numbered as Q.2961 quinquies during the approval process

Q.2961F

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) - Additional traffic parameters: Abstract test suite (ATS) and partial protocol implementation extra information for testing (PIXIT) proforma for the Network  
ITU-T Q.2961 F was previously numbered as Q.2961 sexies during the approval process

Q.2961.1

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

Q.2961.3

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Additional traffic parameters : Signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the available bit rate (ABR) ATM transfer capability  

Q.2961.4

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Additional traffic parameters : Signalling capabilities to support traffic parameters for the ATM Block Transfer (ABT) ATM transfer capability  

Q.2961.5

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Additional traffic parameters : Additional traffic parameters for cell delay variation tolerance indication  

Q.2961.6

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Additional traffic parameters : 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  
ITU-T Q.2962 B was previously numbered as Q.2962 bis during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2962 C was previously numbered as Q.2962 ter during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2962 D was previously numbered as Q.2962 quater during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2962 E was previously numbered as Q.2962 quinquies during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2962 F was previously numbered as Q.2962 sexies during the approval process

Q.2963.1

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification : 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  
ITU-T Q.2963.1 B was previously numbered as Q.2963.1 bis during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2963.1 C was previously numbered as Q.2963.1 ter during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2963.1 D was previously numbered as Q.2963.1 quater during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2963.1 E was previously numbered as Q.2963.1 quinquies during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2963.1 F was previously numbered as Q.2963.1 sexies during the approval process

Q.2963.2

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification : Modification procedures for sustainable cell rate parameters  

Q.2963.3

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - Connection modification : ATM traffic descriptor modification with negotiation by the connection owner  

Q.2964.1

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - 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  
ITU-T Q.2965.1B was previously numbered as Q.2965.1 bis during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2965.2B was previously numbered as Q.2965.1 bis during the approval process

Q.2971

Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 - User-network interface layer 3 specification for point-to-multipoint call/connection control  
Modifies ITU-T Q.2931, Q.2951 and Q.2957.

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  
ITU-T Q.2971 C was previously numbered as Q.2971 ter during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2971 D was previously numbered as Q.2971 quater during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2971 E was previously numbered as Q.2971 quinquies during the approval process

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  
ITU-T Q.2971 F was previously numbered as Q.2971 sexies during the approval process

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 system No. 2 (DSS2) - Bearer control protocol  

Q.2984

Broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) and broadband private integrated services network (B-PISN) - Prenegotiation  

Q.2991.1

Abstract test suite for the network integration testing for B-ISDN and B-ISDN/N-ISDN : TSS & TP  

Q.2991.2

Abstract test suite for the network integration testing for B-ISDN and B-ISDN/N-ISDN : ICS & IXIT and ATS  

Q.3030

Signalling architecture for the NGN service control plane  

Q.3040

Signalling architecture for IPTV control plane  

Q.3050

Description of signalling protocols supporting next generation network capability sets  

Q.3150

Use of virtual trunks for ATM/MPLS client/server control plane interworking  

Q.3151

ATM and frame relay/MPLS control plane interworking: Client-server  

Q.3201

EAP-based security signalling protocol architecture for network attachment  

Q.3202.1

Authentication protocols based on EAP-AKA for interworking among 3GPP, WiMax, and WLAN in NGN  

Q.3203

Signalling requirements and architecture of NACF for IP mobility  

Q.3220

Architectural framework for NACF signalling interface Recommendations  

Q.3221

Requirements and protocol at the interface between the service control entity and the transport location management physical entity (S-TC1 interface)  

Q.3222

Requirements and protocol at the interface between transport location management physical entities (Ng interface)  

Q.3223

Requirements and protocol for the interface between a transport location management physical entity and a policy decision physical entity (Ru Interface)  

Q.3230

Signalling requirements and protocol at the M13 interface between the transport location management and network information distribution physical entities  

Q.3300

Architectural framework for the Q.330x series of Recommendations  

Q.3301.1

Resource control protocol No. 1, version 3 - Protocol at the Rs interface between service control entities and the policy decision physical entity  

Q.3302.1

Resource control protocol No. 2 (rcp2) - Protocol at the Rp interface between transport resource control physical entities  

Q.3303.0

Resource control protocol No. 3 - Protocols at the Rw interface between a policy decision physical entity (PD-PE) and a policy enforcement physical entity (PE-PE): Overview  

Q.3303.1

Resource control protocol No. 3 - Protocol at the interface between a Policy Decision Physical Entity (PD-PE) and a Policy Enforcement Physical Entity (PE-PE): COPS alternative version 2  

Q.3303.2

Resource control protocol No. 3 - Protocol at the interface between a Policy Decision Physical Entity (PD-PE) and a Policy Enforcement Physical Entity (PE-PE) (Rw interface): H.248 alternative version 2  

Q.3303.3

Resource control protocol No. 3 - Protocols at the Rw interface between a policy decision physical entity (PD-PE) and a policy enforcement physical entity (PE-PE): Diameter profile version 3  

Q.3304.1

Resource control protocol No. 4 (rcp4) - Protocols at the Rc interface between a transport resource control physical entity and a transport physical entity: COPS alternative  

Q.3304.2

Resource control protocol No. 4 (rcp4) - Protocols at the Rc interface between a transport resource control physical entity and a transport physical entity: SNMP alternative  

Q.3305.1

Resource control protocol No. 5 (rcp5) - Protocol at the interface between transport resource control physical entity and policy decision physical entity (Rt interface): Diameter-based  

Q.3306.1

Resource control protocol No. 6 (rcp6) - Protocol at the interface between intra-domain policy decision physical entities (PD-PE) (Rd interface)  

Q.3307.1

Resource control protocol No.7 - Protocol at the interface between inter-domain policy decision physical entities (Ri interface)  

Q.3308.1

Resource control protocol No. 8 - Protocol at the interface between a policy decision physical entity and a customer premises network gateway policy enforcement physical entity (Rh interface): COPS alternative  

Q.3309

QoS coordination protocol  

Q.3311

Enhancement of resource and admission control protocols to use pre-congestion notification  

Q.3312

Use of the access node control protocol on the Rp interface  

Q.3313

Signalling protocols and procedures relating to flow state aware QoS control in a bounded subnetwork of a next generation network  

Q.3314

Requirements and protocol at the interface between the mobile location management physical entity used as a proxy and the central instance of the mobile location management physical entity (M9 interface)  

Q.3320

Architectural framework for the Q.332x series of Recommendations  

Q.3321.1

Resource control protocol No. 1, version 2 - Protocol at the Rs interface between service control entities and the policy decision physical entity  

Q.3322

Resource control protocol No. 2 (rcp2) - Protocol at the Rp interface between transport resource control physical entities  

Q.3325

Resource control protocol no.5 (rcp5) - Protocol at the interface between transport resource control physical entity and policy decision physical entity (Rt interface): Diameter-based  

Q.3401

NGN NNI signalling profile (protocol set 1)  

Q.3402

NGN UNI signalling profile (Protocol set 1)  

Q.3610

Signalling requirements and protocol profiles for customized ring-back tone service  

Q.3611

Signalling requirements and protocol profiles for NGN customized ringing tone service  

Q.3612

Signalling Requirements and Protocol Profiles for IP Centrex service  

Q.3613

Signalling requirements for touch screen terminal-based interactive voice response services  

Q.3614

Originating identification presentation and originating identification restriction protocol specification as next-generation network supplementary service  

Q.3900

Methods of testing and model network architecture for NGN technical means testing as applied to public telecommunication networks  

Q.3901

Testing topology for networks and services based on NGN technical means  

Q.3902

Operational parameters to be monitored when implementing NGN technical means in public telecommunication networks  

Q.3903

Formalized presentation of testing results  

Q.3904

Testing principles for IMS model networks, and identification of relevant conformance, interoperability and functionality tests  

Q.3906.1

Test scenarios and catalogue for testing fixed-broadband access networks using a model network - Part I  

Q.3909

The framework and overview of NGN conformance and interoperability testing  

Q.3910

Parameters for monitoring NGN protocols  

Q.3911

Parameters for monitoring voice services in NGN  

Q.3912

Set of parameters for monitoring next generation network streaming services  

Q.3925

Traffic flow types for testing quality of service parameters on model networks  

Q.3930

Performance testing of distributed systems - Concepts and terminology  

Q.3931.1

IMS/PES performance benchmark part 1: Core concepts  

Q.3931.2

IMS/PES performance benchmark part 2: Subsystem configurations and benchmarks  

Q.3940

NGN/IMS interconnection tests between network operators at the IMS 'Ic' interface and NGN NNI / SIP-I  

Q.3941.1

Network Integration Testing between SIP and ISDN/PSTN network signalling protocols - Part 1: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP) for SIP-ISDN  

Q.3941.2

Network Integration Testing between SIP and ISDN/PSTN network signalling protocols - Part 2: Abstract Test Suite (ATS) and partial protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proformaspecification for SIP-ISDN  

Q.3941.3

Network Integration Testing between SIP and ISDN/PSTN network signalling protocols - Part 3: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP) for SIP-SIP  

Q.3941.4

Network Integration Testing between SIP and ISDN/PSTN network signalling protocols - Part 4: Abstract Test suite (ATS) and partical Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma specification for SIP-SIP  

Q.3942.1

Conformance test specification for the terminating identification restriction using IP multimedia core network subsystem - Part 1: Protocol implementation conformance statement  

Q.3943.1

Conformance tests specification for the originating identification presentation and originating identification restriction using the IP multimedia core network subsystem - Part 1: Protocol  

Q.3943.2

Conformance tests specification for the originating identification presentation and originating identification restriction using the IP multimedia core network subsystem - Part 2: Network side - Test suite structure and test purposes  

Q.3943.3

Conformance tests specification for the originating identification presentation and originating identification restriction using the IP multimedia core network subsystem - Part 3: User side - Test suite structure and test purposes  

Q.3945

Test specifications for next generation network services on model networks - Test set 1  

Q.3946.2

Conformance test specification for the session initiation protocol - Part 2: Test suite structure and test purposes  

Q.3948

Service testing framework for VoIP at NGN UNI  

Q.3949

Real-time multimedia service testing framework at the user-to-network interface of next generation networks  

Q.3950

Testing and model network architecture for tag-based identification systems and functions  

Q.100SerSup2

[Withdrawn] Characteristics of speech interpolation systems affecting signalling  

Q.100SerSup3

[Withdrawn] Information received on national voice-frequency signalling systems  

Q.400SerSup1

[Withdrawn] Line signalling for Dc lines with System R2 interregister signalling  

Q.400SerSup2

[Withdrawn] Both-way working of the analogue line signalling version of Signalling System R2  

Q.400SerSup3

[Withdrawn] Use of the analogue line signalling version on 2048 kbit/s PCM transmission systems  

Q.400SerSup4

[Withdrawn] In-band line signalling for 3 kHz spaced channels  

Q.400SerSup5

[Withdrawn] Line signalling (analogue version) with metering  

Q.400SerSup6

[Withdrawn] Line signalling (digital version) with metering  

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

[Withdrawn] Signalling System No.7 testing and planning tools  

Q.Sup2

[Withdrawn] Intelligent network user's guide: Supplement for IN CS-1  

Q.Sup3

[Withdrawn] Number portability - Scope and capability set 1 architecture  

Q.Sup4

[Withdrawn] Number portability - Capability set 1 requirements for service provider portability (All call query and Onward routing)  

Q.Sup5

[Withdrawn] Number portability - Capability set 2 requirements for service provider portabilty (Query on release and Dropback)  

Q.Sup6

[Withdrawn] 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: Coordinated call control and bearer control signalling requirements - Root-party coordinated call and bearer control  

Q.Sup13

Technical Report TRQ.2110: Coordinated call control and bearer control signalling requirements - Leaf-party coordinated call and bearer control  

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: Coordinated call control and bearer control signalling requirements for leaf initiated join service  

Q.Sup16

Technical Report TRQ.2140: Signalling requirements for the support of narrowband services via broadband transport technologies  

Q.Sup17

Technical Report TRQ.2200: Call control signalling requirements - Party call control  

Q.Sup18

Technical Report TRQ.2230: Call control signalling requirements - Join call service  

Q.Sup19

Technical Report TRQ.2300: Bearer control signalling requirements - Root-party bearer control  

Q.Sup20

Technical Report TRQ.2310: Bearer control signalling requirements - Leaf-party bearer control  

Q.Sup21

Technical Report TRQ.2320: Bearer control signalling requirements - Third-party bearer control  

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) - Digital subscriber signalling system No. 2 (DSS2) and signalling system No. 7 (B-ISUP) - Support of services over IP-based networks  

Q.Sup27

Technical Report - Overview of Signalling and Protocol Framework for an Emerging Environment (SPFEE)  

Q.Sup28

Technical Report: Signalling and protocol framework for an emerging environment (SPFEE) - 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 narrow-band services over broadband transport technologies - Capability set 2 (CS-2)  

Q.Sup32

Technical Report TRQ.2141.1: Signalling requirements for the support of narrowband 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 the 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 - 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 requirements 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

Signalling requirements to support IP telephony  

Q.Sup50

Technical Report TRQ.2145: Requirements for a Narrow-band 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)  

Q.Sup54

Signalling requirements at the interface between SUP-FE and I/S-CSC-FE  

Q.Sup55

Signalling requirements at the interface between AS-FE and S-CSC-FE  

Q.Sup56

Organization of NGN service user data  

Q.Sup57

Signalling requirements to support the emergency telecommunications service (ETS) in IP networks  

Q.Sup58

Organization of NGN transport user data  

Q.Sup59

Signalling flows and parameter mapping for resource control  

Q.Sup60

Supplement to Recommendations ITU-T Q.3610 and ITU-T Q.3611 - Service flows for customized multimedia ring-back tone (CRBT) and customized multimedia ringing tone (CRT) services  

Q.Sup61

Evaluation of signalling protocols to support ITU-T Y.2171 admission control priority levels  

Q.Sup62

Overview of the work of standards development organizations and other organizations on emergency telecommunications service  

Q.Sup63

Signalling protocol mappings in support of the Emergency Telecommunications Service in IP networks  

Q.Sup64

Physical realization of next generation networks  

Q.Sup66

Supplement to ITU-T Q.1740-series Recommendations: Supplement on Scenarios and requirements in terms of services and deployments for IMT and IMS in developing countries  

 

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