Table of Contents

 1     Scope  
 2     Normative references 
        2.1     Identical Recommendations | International Standards 
        2.2     Additional references 
 3     Definitions 
        3.1     Specification of basic notation  
        3.2     Information object specification  
        3.3     Constraint specification  
        3.4     Parameterization of ASN.1 specification  
        3.5     Basic Encoding Rules (BER) 
        3.6     Packed Encoding Rules (PER) 
        3.7     Additional definitions 
 4     Abbreviations 
 5     Convention  
 6     Encodings specified by this Recommendation | International Standard  
 7     Conformance  
 8     General provisions 
        8.1     Use of the type notation  
        8.2     Constraints 
        8.3     Type and value model used for encoding 
        8.4     Types to be encoded  
        8.5     Production of a complete OER encoding 
        8.6     Length determinant 
        8.7     Encoding of tags 
 9     Encoding of Boolean values 
10     Encoding of integer values 
11     Encoding of enumerated values 
12     Encoding of real values 
13     Encoding of bitstring values 
       13.1     General
       13.2     Encoding of bitstring types with a fixed size  
       13.3     Encoding of bitstring types with a variable size  
14     Encoding of octetstring values 
15     Encoding of the null value  
16     Encoding of sequence values 
17     Encoding of sequence-of values 
18     Encoding of set values 
19     Encoding of set-of values 
20     Encoding of choice values 
21     Encoding of object identifier values 
22     Encoding of relative object identifier values 
23     Encoding of values of the internationalized resource reference type  
24     Encoding of values of the relative internationalized resource reference type 
25     Encoding of values of the embedded-pdv type 
26     Encoding of values of the external type  
27     Encoding of values of the restricted character string types 
28     Encoding of values of the unrestricted character string type  
29     Encoding of values of the time types 
       29.1     General
       29.2     Optimized encoding of time subtypes with the Basic=Date property setting 
       29.3     Optimized encoding of time subtypes with the Basic=Time property setting 
       29.4     Optimized encoding of time subtypes with the Basic=Interval property setting 
30     Encoding of open type values 
31     Canonical Octet Encoding Rules 
32     Object identifier values referencing the encoding rules 
Annex A – Example of OER encodings    
        A.1     ASN.1 description of the record structure  
        A.2     ASN.1 description of a record value  
        A.3     BASIC-OER and CANONICAL-OER representation of this record value  
                  A.3.1     Hexadecimal view   
                  A.3.2     Descriptive view   
Annex B – Interoperability with NTCIP 1102:2004