1 Scope
2 Normative references
2.1 Identical Recommendations | International Standards
3 Definitions
3.1 Basic Reference Model definitions
3.2 Service convention definitions
4 Abbreviations
5 Conventions
5.1 General conventions
5.2 Parameters
5.3 PhC endpoint identification convention
6 Overview and general characteristics
7 Features of the Physical Service
7.1 The Physical Service offers the following features to a PhS user
7.2 Other aspects of the Physical Service include
8 Classes of Physical Service
9 Model of the Physical Service
9.1 Model of the layer service
9.2 Model of a point-to-point PhC
9.3 Model of a relayed point-to-point PhC where the relay is controlled within the PhS Provider
9.4 Model of a relayed point-to-point PhC where the relay is controlled from the Network Layer
10 Quality of Physical Service
10.1 Definition of PhC QOS
10.2 Determination of QOS values
11 Sequence of primitives
11.1 Relation of primitives at the two PhC endpoints
11.2 Sequence of primitives at one PhC endpoint
12 PhC activation phase
12.1 Function
12.2 Types of primitives and parameters
12.3 Sequence of primitives
13 PhC deactivation phase
13.1 Function
13.2 Types of primitives and parameters
13.3 Sequence of primitives
14 Data transfer phase
14.1 Function
14.2 Types of primitives and parameters
14.3 Sequence of primitives
Annex A Internal structure of the Physical Layer
A.1 Introduction
A.2 Classifications regarding multiplexing
A.3 Isochronous transmission
Annex B Operation of data link protocol using the half-duplex physical service
B.1 Introduction
B.2 Operation
Annex C Composite state transition diagram
C.1 Introduction