IEC 62481-1-1:2017(E) specifies the core architecture and protocols of DLNA implementations.
This third edition cancels and replaces IEC 62481-1 published in 2013 and constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) removal of Bluetooth, printers (DMPr, +PR1+ and +PR2+), Mobile Digital Media Uploader (M-DMU), Mobile Digital Media Downloader (M-DMD), Mobile Network Connectivity Function (M NCF) and Media Interoperability Unit (MIU);
b) removal of CEA2014 guidelines (RUISRC, RUISINK, RUICTRL, RUIPL);
c) addition of IPv6;
d) heading levels adjusted to be no deeper that heading level 5.

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IEC TS 62229:2017(E) describes a conceptual model for multimedia e-publishing and e-book. The conceptual model is specified from the standardization point of view in order to clarify the functionality of e-publishing/e-book components and the relationships between them and to define e-publishing services. The model provides the key technology to be standardized in the e-publishing environment. The modelling is not intended for actual implementation of a system or system components for e-publishing. The modelling is expected to be used as a reference for discussing and developing new standardization work on multimedia e-publishing and e-books and, therefore, to contribute to the expansion of the international and domestic markets for multimedia e-publishing and e-book.

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IEC 62196-3:2014 is applicable to vehicle couplers with pins and contact-tubes of standardized configuration, herein also referred to as "accessories", intended for use in electric vehicle conductive charging systems which incorporate control means, with rated operating voltage up to 1 500 V d.c. and rated current up to 250 A, and 1 000 V a.c. and rated current up to 250 A. This part of IEC 62196 applies to high power d.c. interfaces and combined a.c./d.c. interfaces of vehicle couplers specified in IEC 62196-1:2014, and intended for use in conductive charging systems for circuits specified in IEC 61851-1:2010, and IEC 61851-23:2014.
This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 62196-1:2014.

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The present document describes the architecture of the Network Attachment Subsystem (NASS) and its role in the TISPAN NGN architecture as defined in ES 282 001 [2].

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The present document describes the functional architecture of the Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS), for TISPAN NGN Release 3, in line with the service requirements described in TS 181 005 [1], in line with the QoS Requirements described in TS 181 018 [13] and its role in the TISPAN NGN architecture as defined in ES 282 001 [2]. It specifies as well high level stage 2 requirements that are also considered when describing its functional operation.

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The present document describes the overall TISPAN NGN functional architecture, its subsystems and the relationships between them.

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1 Interpretation of package support was further clarified by ITU-T SG-16 after Ia v2 was approved. This means text in Ia v2 needs to be updated correspondingly. Affects clause 5.14. 2.Interaction between filters after latching occurred was further clarified by ITU-T SG-16 after Ia v2 was approved. This means text in Ia v2 needs to be updated correspondingly. Affects clause 5.18.1.1.1. 3.Semantics for “ignore” was further clarified by ITU-T SG-16 after Ia v2 was approved. This means text in Ia v2 needs to be updated correspondingly. Affects clause 5.15 and 5.16. 4 Further identified corrections needed.

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The present document describes the functional architecture of the Resource and Admission Control Sub-System (RACS), for TISPAN NGN Release 3, in line with the service requirements described in TS 181 005 [1], in line with the QoS Requirements described in TS 181 018 [13] and its role in the TISPAN NGN architecture as defined in ES 282 001 [2]. It specifies as well high level stage 2 requirements that are also considered when describing its functional operation.

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The present document provides the ETSI TISPAN endorsement of the 3GPP TS 29.332 [1] "3rd Generation Partnership Project; Technical Specification Group Core Network and Terminals; Media Gateway Control Function (MGCF) – IM Media Gateway; Mn Interface (Release 7)". The present document provides the necessary adaptations to the above specification, in order to comply with the requirements of TISPAN NGN Release 2.

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As part of the transfer of common IMS material to 3GPP, produce a release 2 version of existing release 1 specification (as modified to refer to 3GPP parallel specification) with identical contents to the release 1.

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The present document provides the ETSI TISPAN endorsement of IP multimedia call control protocol based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Session Description Protocol (SDP); Stage 3 in line with the requirements of TISPAN NGN.

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The present document defines a profile of the Gateway Control Protocol (H.248.1) to be used for controlling Border Gateway Functions (BGF), as defined in ES 282 003 [3].

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As part of the transfer of common IMS material to 3GPP, replace contents of this specification by an undated  reference to the identical 3GPP technical specification 23.517 release 8. There is no technical change to the specification as a result of this work item, although future essential changes to the 3GPP specification can result in technical modification

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As part of the transfer of common IMS material to 3GPP, replace contents of this specification by an undated  reference to the identical 3GPP technical specification 29.427 release 7. There is no technical change to the specification as a result of this work item, although future essential changes to the 3GPP specification can result in technical modification.

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The present document provides the stage 3 specification of the Rq interface. The functional requirements and the stage 2 specifications of the Rq interface are contained in ES 282 001 [1] and ES 282 003 [2]. The Rq interface is the interface between the Service Policy Decision Function (SPDF) and the Access - Resource and Admission Control Function (A-RACF) and is used for QoS resource reservation information exchange between the SPDF and the A-RACF. Via the Rq interface the SPDF issues requests for resources in the access network, indicating IP QoS characteristics. The A-RACF uses the IP QoS information to perform admission control and indicate to the SPDF via the Rq interface its admission control decisions. Due to the possible business roles in an access environment, the SPDF may be either in the same domain or in a different domain as the A-RACF.
The present document defines:
• The information to be exchanged between SPDF and A-RACF over the Rq interface.
• An Rq interface definition based on the Diameter protocol.
In situations where no generic overload control mechanism is used on the Rq interface, the interface shall only be capable of supporting a one-to-one relationship between the A-RACF and SPDF (i.e. one SPDF may only contact one A-RACF, and that A-RACF may only contact that same SPDF). Overload control need not be supported in this situation due to the fact that it should be possible to traffic engineer the capabilities of the two entities, so that the capacity of one entity matches the capacity of the other.

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The present document describes the architecture of the Network Attachment SubSystem (NASS) and its role in the TISPAN NGN architecture as defined in ES 282 001 [2].

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As part of the transfer of common IMS material to 3GPP, replace contents of this specification by an undated  reference to the identical 3GPP technical specification 23.417 release 7. There is no technical change to the specification as a result of this work item, although future essential changes to the 3GPP specification can result in technical modification.

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As part of the transfer of common IMS material to 3GPP, replace contents of this specification by an undated  reference to the identical 3GPP technical specification 24.503 release 8. There is no technical change to the specification as a result of this work item, although future essential changes to the 3GPP specification can result in technical modification.

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As part of the transfer of common IMS material to 3GPP, replace contents of this specification by an undated  reference to the identical 3GPP technical specification 24.430 release 7. There is no technical change to the specification as a result of this work item, although future essential changes to the 3GPP specification can result in technical modification.

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The present document defines a protocol for use between the TISPAN NGN Network Attachment Sub-System (NASS) and the Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS), based on Diameter. The present document is applicable to the e4 interface between the Connectivity Session Location and Repository Function (CLF) and the RACS. Whenever it is possible the present document specifies the requirements for this protocol by reference to specifications produced by the IETF within the scope of Diameter. Where this is not possible, extensions to Diameter are defined within the present document.

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The present document defines a protocol for use between the TISPAN NGN Network Attachment Sub-System (NASS) and service control subsystems or applications of the TISPAN NGN architecture, based on Diameter. The present document is applicable to the e2 interface between the Connectivity session Location and repository Function (CLF) and an Application Function (AF). Whenever it is possible the present document specifies the requirements for this protocol by reference to specifications produced by the IETF within the scope of Diameter. Where this is not possible, extensions to Diameter are defined within the present document.

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As part of the transfer of common IMS material to 3GPP, replace contents of this specification by an undated  reference to the identical 3GPP technical specification 29.527 release 8. There is no technical change to the specification as a result of this work item, although future essential changes to the 3GPP specification can result in technical modification.

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Describe the functional architecture of the Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS) for NGN R2. The goal is to deal with: �Completion of RACS R1 open issues. �      Enhancements of RACS capabilities for R2.The present document describes the functional architecture for the Resource and Admission Control Sub-System (RACS), in TISPAN NGN Release 2, in line with the service requirements described in TS 181 005 [1] and with the QoS Requirements described in TS 181 018 [13]. Moreover, it further indicates high level stage 2 requirements in order to allow the description of its functional operation.
The functional architecture and system description developed in the present document is based on the Release 2 requirements for RACS developed in ES 282 001 [2].
RACS is the TISPAN NGN Sub-System responsible for the implementation of policy-based transport control features, by using procedures and mechanisms that handle resource reservation and admission control for both unicast and multicast traffic in access and core networks.
Besides acting as a Resource Control Framework, RACS also includes support for controlling Network Address Translation (NAT) at the edge of networks and for assisting in remote NAT traversal.
Furthermore, RACS also covers aspects related to the derivation, modification, and installation of traffic policies, end to end quality of service, transport-level charging and overload control.
Hereinafter, the restrictions applicable to some RACS NGN topics for the present document are listed:
• the CPN requirements impact will not be handled;
• only single access and single core domains will be handled;
• the interconnection between domains through the Ri' interdomain reference point is limited to scenarios involving only wholesale and roaming between two domains;
• the e2e QoS handling is limited to scenarios involving only wholesale and roaming between two domains;
• other QoS handling aspects, e.g. QoS monitoring and QoS reporting, are covered only in an informative annex;
• the Metro topic aspects are covered in informative annex D; and
• the multicast topic is limited to scenarios involving only a single domain.

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Alignement of ES 282 007 with the TISPAN NGN Release 2 architecture (ES 282 001) and the latest version of 3GPP TS 23 228 and TS 23 002. The present document describes the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) core component of the TISPAN NGN functional architecture and its relationships to other subsystems and components.

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The Working Item shall cover new NGN Release 2 requirements affecting the Ia profile as defined in the NGN vR2 RACS Stage 2 TISPAN-020xx. To that effect a new version 2 of the Ia profile will be started. Additionally the profile will be updated with any improvements that help clarify the usage within NGN Releae1. The Ia profile version 2 shall maintain backwards compatibility with version 1.

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TThis is a release 1 maintenance WI. The scope is to provide a revision of the ETSI ES 283 026 release 1 specification. This revision shall capture essential corrections to the published specification.The present document provides the stage 3 specification of the Rq interface. The functional requirements and the stage 2 specifications of the Rq interface are contained in ES 282 001 [1] and ES 282 003 [2]. The Rq interface is the interface between the Service Policy Decision Function (SPDF) and the Access - Resource and Admission Control Function (A-RACF) and is used for QoS resource reservation information exchange between the SPDF and the A-RACF. Via the Rq interface the SPDF issues requests for resources in the access network, indicating IP QoS characteristics. The A-RACF uses the IP QoS information to perform admission control and indicate to the SPDF via
the Rq interface its admission control decisions. Due to the possible business roles in an access  environment, the SPDF may be either in the same domain or in a different domain as the A-RACF.
The present document defines:
• The information to be exchanged between SPDF and A-RACF over the Rq interface.
• An Rq interface definition based on the Diameter protocol.
In situations where no generic overload control mechanism is used on the Rq interface, the interface shall only be capable of supporting a one-to-one relationship between the A-RACF and SPDF (i.e. one SPDF may only contact one A-RACF, and that A-RACF may only contact that same SPDF). Overload control need not be supported in this situation due to the fact that it should be possible to traffic engineer the capabilities of the two entities, so that the capacity of one entity matches the capacity of the other.

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Charging in R2 covers the following issues: �Online charging �Charging of new services �Coordination with RACS, in order to provide RACS support of charging. Note:  Online Charging also comprises a correlation between online charging and AoC, as well as realtime transfer of tariff information through NNI-interfaces (SIP-SIP and SIP-ISUP). Charging of new services needs to be triggered by service-related requirements (e.g. IPTV, FMC) or architecture enhancements  (e.g. IBCF Functionality in interconnection scenarios)

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The present document defines a protocol for use between the TISPAN NGN Network Attachment Sub-System (NASS) and the Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS), based on Diameter. The present document is applicable to the e4 interface between the Connectivity Session Location and Repository Function (CLF) and the RACS. Whenever it is possible the present document specifies the requirements for this protocol by reference to specifications produced by the IETF within the scope of Diameter. Where this is not possible, extensions to Diameter are defined within the present document.

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The present document provides the ETSI endorsement of the 3GPP TS 29.163 [1].
Clauses 7.2.3 and 7.4 of 3GPP TS 29.163 [1] specify the signalling interworking between ISDN User Part (ISUP) protocols and SIP in order to support services that can be commonly supported by ISUP and SIP-based network domains. Clause 9.2.3.3.5 specifies how ringing tone is applied at the gateway when interworking ISUP and SIP. The present document specifies the principles of interworking between the ETSI TISPAN IMS and ISUP based legacy CS networks, in order to support IM basic voice calls, therefore all the references to interworking between IMS and BICC are out of scope of the present document. The present document is a protocol interworking specification; therefore all references to the user plane interworking are out of scope of the present document. The present document specifies the interworking between ETSI SIP profile (as specified within ES 283 003 [3]) and ISUP, as specified in EN 300 356-1 [2] respectively.

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The WI will create a new version of the AGW profile. The scope of the new version is to cleanup omissions, flaws and provide clarifications on issues that have arisen due to operational experience to version 1 of the profile. An example of such a flaw/clarification is to better describe how ISDN p-type frames and f-type frames from different interfaces at the AGW to an packet handler interface can be distinguished and transported reliable. Additionally the profile should adopt the H.248.1 version 3 profile template that all the other TISPAN profiles.

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�NASS enhancements required to support NGN release 2 capabilities or sub-system requirements �NASS enhancements to  NASS R1 functionality, e.g. oFailure recovery of NASS components  (e.g. CLF failure recovery) oImprovements required with regard to the support of authentication procedures when no PPP session is setup.  oEnhancements to nomadism and mobility support Further the description reference points and functions which have not been fully specified in release 1 (i.e. reference points a1, a3, e3, �).

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Requirements capture for Open Service Access API version 4 of OSA and alignment with 3GPP SA1 22.127 requirements for OSA. The deliverable will be compiled in conjunction with the OSA/Parlay project. The requirements captured in this deliverable are intended to provide functionality for benchmark applications. New requirements should build upon the ETSI Phase 3.0 API and that of the Parlay 4.0 specification and should be fully backward compatible. This deliverable will be complimentary to the Web Services TR 01053.The deliverable will cover both proposed requirements for enhancements to existing Interfaces and for new interfaces from new areas of involvement.

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The present document provides the ETSI TISPAN endorsement of 3GPP TS 24.229 [1]: "3rd Generation Partnership Project; Technical Specification Group Core Network and Terminals; IP multimedia call control protocol based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Session Description Protocol (SDP); Stage 3 (Release 7)" in line with the requirements of TISPAN NGN. The present document together with the endorsed document provides the necessary SIP/SDP specifications for supporting TISPAN Release 2 requirements, with the exception of some of the features required for Business Trunking services (e.g. procedures for handling Wildcarded Public User Identities) and IPTV services (e.g. SDP extensions). Modifications required in support of these features are expected to be included as essential corrections to the present document.

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This revision of the document will endorse 3GPP TS 29.332 Rel-7 on Media Gateway Control Function (MGCF) - IM Media Gateway; Mn Interface with possible changes. Compatibility with ES 283 024 Release 1 will be ensured. Furthermore small ambiguities between 3GPP TS 29.332 and ETSI ES 283 024 shall be harmonized. Also the effects of new requirements that will be produced in TISPAN Release 2 will be included in the revision. Also capabilities to interoperate with 3GPP CS video calls will be endorsed when defined in 3GPP.

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Specify the functional architecture of the NGN Release 2.  ES 282 001 will be used as a basis. The following categories of modifications to ES 282 001 will be addressed: -Modifications ensuring consistency with the TISPAN NGN Release 1 specification of other subsystems; -Modifications ensuring consistency with the 3GPP IMS architecture evolutions; -Enhancements ensuring alignment with the specification of the RACS R2; -Enhancements ensuring alignment with the specification of the NASS R2; -Enhancements supporting the TISPAN NGN R2 specifications on IP/TV architectures; -Enhancements taking into account NGN access from enterprise networks; Enhancements required in support of NGN interconnection reference points and functionalities.

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The present document provides the ETSI endorsement of the ITU-T Recommendation Q.1912.5 [1].
ITU-T Recommendation Q.1912.5 [1] defines the signalling interworking between the Bearer Independent Call Control (BICC) or ISDN User Part (ISUP) protocols and SIP in order to support services that can be commonly supported by BICC or ISUP and SIP-based network domains.
The present document is applicable to ETSI PSTN/ISDN networks interworking with networks based on an IETF based SIP/SDP profile as defined in annex C of ITU-T Recommendation Q.1912.5 [1]. In the case where an IMS-based network interworks with the PSTN/ISDN, then the ETSI endorsement of 3GPP TS 29.163, in either ETSI TS 129 163 [29] and ETSI ES 283 027 as appropriate to the applicability of each document, takes precedence. Formats, codes and procedures marked for national use or as network option are included for informative purposes for the international interface specification. If these items so marked are supported within a national network and operator's network, then it is proposed that they are supported in this manner.

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Updates have been introduced to correspond to ISO/IEC 11801:2002 and other new editions of International Standards.

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To define the Q3 interface for the control of line and circuit tests of analogue and ISDN subscriber lines. Applies to subscriber lines connected to LE only.

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to provide an update based on SPS5 meeting (Galway 05/96) TDs 107, 151, 153, and 234, and to include the agreed Q.931 changes documented in the output of ITU-T SG11 meeting (Miyazaki 02/96)

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