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DS/EN 300392-10-17 V1.2.1 - TERRESTRIAL TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA); VOICE PLUSDATA (V+D); PART 10: SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES STAGE 1; SUB-PART 17: INCLUDE CALL (IC) Organization: DS
Date: 2002-10-15
Description: Charging principles are outside the scope of the present document. The IC supplementary service enables the served user, while having a call in progress, to make a new call and have the new party included in the original call.
DS/EN 300392-11-17 V1.1.2 - TERRESTRIAL TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA); VOICE PLUS DATA (V+D); PART 11: SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES STAGE 2; SUB-PART 17: INCLUDE CALL (IC) Organization: DS
Date: 2002-04-19
Description: The present document specifies the stage 2 description of the Supplementary Service Include Call (SS-IC) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA). SS-IC enables a served user, while already participating in an active call (original call) to include new participant(s) into a group call together with the participant(s) in the original call.
DS/EN 300392-12-17 V1.1.2 - TERRESTRIAL TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA); VOICE PLUS DATA (V+D); PART 12: SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES STAGE 3; SUB-PART 17: INCLUDE CALL (IC) Organization: DS
Date: 2002-04-19
Description: The present stage 3 description specifies the protocols at the air interface and at the various Inter-System Interfaces (ISI) to support SS-IC.
IEEE 1596 - STANDARD FOR SCALABLE COHERENT INTERFACE (SCI) - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY DOCUMENT Organization: IEEE
Date: 1992-03-19
Description: SCI's low pin count and simple ring implementation make mediumperformance, few-processor systems easier to build with SCI than with bused backplane systems; a two-layer backplane should be sufficient, and three layers should be enough to support the optional geographical addressing mechanism. The SCI interface, complete with transceivers, fits into a single IC package that includes much of the logic needed to support the cache-coherence protocols.
IEEE 1499 - STANDARD INTERFACE FOR HARDWARE DESCRIPTION MODELS OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY DOCUMENT Organization: IEEE
Date: 1998-12-16
Description: This programming interface, known as the Open Model Interface (OMI), was developed to provide a simulator independent interface for complex digital integrated circuit (IC) models. The interface was designed to improve model availability, streamline distribution, and reduce development costs.
ATIS T1.TR.14 - EXCHANGE - INTEREXCHANGE CARRIER INTERFACES - INF CODE ASSIGNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION Organization: ATIS
Date: 1992-04-01
Description: The pulse field contents that are, and are not, present on each E-I interface depend on the call types that the EC is allowed or required to provide at the E-I interface location, the EC switching system capabilities, and the EC and IC agreements. These same services, capabilities, and agreements, the application of which may be influenced by legal and regulatory restrictions, will determine the EC handling of particular calling user-to-EC dialing sequences.
DSF/ISO/IEC FCD 12905 - ENHANCED TERMINAL ACCESSIBILITY (ETA) USING CARDHOLDER PREFERENCE INTERFACE Organization: DS
Description: These data elements are to be retrieved from the card and to be used to indicate to the terminal that the user has special needs regarding the user interface. It is not intended to standardize the actual API or other terminal specific software allowing the functionality, nor does it cover the actual alignment of the card to the card reader slot.
IEEE 1450 - STANDARD TEST INTERFACE LANGUAGE (STIL) FOR DIGITAL TEST VECTOR DATA - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY Organization: IEEE
Date: 2007-11-01
Description: The environment today contains unique output formats of existing CAE tools, individual test environments of IC manufacturers, and proprietary IC ATE input interfaces. As each of these three arenas solves individual problems, together they have created a morass of interfaces, translators, and software environments that provide no opportunity to leverage common goals and result in much wasted efforts re-engineering solutions.
ETSI - ETS 300 812 - TERRESTRIAL TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA); SECURITY ASPECTS; SUBSCRIBER IDENTITY MODULE TO MOBILE EQUIPMENT (SIM - ME) INTERFACE Organization: ETSI
Date: 1998-11-01
Description: The physical SIM described in this ETS is a removable Integrated Circuit (IC) card. The SIM is an optional device within TETRA MSs.
ETSI - EN 300 812 - TERRESTRIAL TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA); SECURITY ASPECTS; SUBSCRIBER IDENTITY MODULE TO MOBILE EQUIPMENT (SIM-ME) INTERFACE - V2.1.1 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2001-08-01
Description: The physical SIM described in the present document is a removable Integrated Circuit (IC) card. The SIM is an optional device within TETRA MSs.
DS/CWA 14174-2 - FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONAL IC CARD READER (FINREAD) - PART 2: FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2007-08-17
Description: This document defines the functional requirements for the different components of the FINREAD card reader : . it gives an overall description of the FINREAD card reader architecture and components ; . it describes in detail the different FINREAD card reader operating modes ; . it specifies the characteristics and functional requirements of the main components of the FINREAD card reader : the ICC interface, the user equipment interface, the user interface, FINREAD card reader applications and finally the security module ensuring the FINREAD card reader authentication function ; . it describes functions to be provided internally by the FINREAD card reader to the FINREAD card reader applications ; . it describes functions provided by the FINREAD card reader to the user equipment.
NBN - CWA 14174-2 - FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONAL IC CARD READER (FINREAD) - PART 2: FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS Organization: NBN
Date: 2004-10-01
Description: This document defines the functional requirements for the different components of the FINREAD card reader :— it gives an overall description of the FINREAD card reader architecture and components ;— it describes in detail the different FINREAD card reader operating modes ;— it specifies the characteristics and functional requirements of the main components of the FINREAD cardreader : the ICC interface, the user equipment interface, the user interface, FINREAD card reader applicationsand finally the security module ensuring the FINREAD card reader authentication function ;— it describes functions to be provided internally by the FINREAD card reader to the FINREAD card readerapplications ;— it describes functions provided by the FINREAD card reader to the user equipment.
DS/EN 300812-3 V2.2.1 - TERRESTRIAL TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA); SUBSCRIBER IDENTITY MODULE TO MOBILE EQUIPMENT (SIM-ME) INTERFACE; PART 3: INTEGRATED CIRCUIT (IC); PHYSICAL, LOGICAL AND TSIM APPLICATION CHARACTERISTICS Organization: DS
Date: 2004-07-09
Description: The present document defines the interface between the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) and the Mobile Equipment (ME) for use during the network operation phase of TETRA as well as those aspects of the internal organization of the SIM which are related to the network operation phase.
ATIS DLRISI-009 - DESIGN LAYOUT REPORT GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS SERVICE INDUSTRY SUPPORT INTERFACE (DLR-ISI) Organization: ATIS
Date: 2002-09-01
Description: In an effort to ensure that all possible providers, users and customers of services are addressed in all issues and documentation, the terms Provider and Customer will be used, representing the two roles involved with each transaction. Throughout this document, the terms IC (Interexchange Carrier) and EC (Exchange Carrier) may be used to describe the categories Customer and Provider.
ATIS 0404130-0010 - DESIGN LAYOUT REPORT GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS SERVICE INDUSTRY SUPPORT INTERFACE (DLR-ISI) VERSION 10 Organization: ATIS
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: In an effort to ensure that all possible providers, users and customers of services are addressed in all issues and documentation, the terms Provider and Customer will be used, representing the two roles involved with each transaction. Throughout this document, the terms IC (Interexchange Carrier) and EC (Exchange Carrier) may be used to describe the categories Customer and Provider.
ATIS 0404130-0011 - DESIGN LAYOUT REPORT GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS SERVICE INDUSTRY SUPPORT INTERFACE (DLR-ISI) VERSION 11 - INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: ATIS
Date: 2008-09-01
Description: In an effort to ensure that all possible providers, users and customers of services are addressed in all issues and documentation, the terms Provider and Customer will be used, representing the two roles involved with each transaction. Throughout this document, the terms IC (Interexchange Carrier) and EC (Exchange Carrier) may be used to describe the categories Customer and Provider.
ATIS 0404130-0012 - DESIGN LAYOUT REPORT GUIDELINES FOR ACCESS SERVICE INDUSTRY SUPPORT INTERFACE (DLR-ISI) - VERSION 12 Organization: ATIS
Date: 2013-09-01
Description:   In an effort to ensure that all possible providers, users and customers of services are addressed in all issues and documentation, the terms Provider and Customer will be used, representing the two roles involved with each transaction. Throughout this document, the terms IC (Interexchange Carrier) and EC (Exchange Carrier) may be used to describe the categories Customer and Provider.
BSI - BS 3934-5 - MECHANICAL STANDARDIZATION OF SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES PART 5: RECOMMENDATIONS APPLYING TO TAPE AUTOMATED BONDING (TAB) OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Organization: BSI
Date: 1997-09-15
Description: Applicable to the finished component supplied to a user and does not define requirements relating to the IC to tape interface (the inner lead bond or ILB).
DS/ETS 300392-10-17 - RADIO EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS (RES) - TRANS-EUROPEAN TRUNKED RADIO (TETRA) - VOICE PLUS DATA (V+D) - PART 10: SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES STAGE 1: PART 10-17: INCLUDE CALL Organization: DS
Date: 1997-09-01
Description: Stage 1 is an overall service description from the users point of view but does not deal with the details of the human interface itself. This ETS specifies the service description of the supplementary service and the procedures to be expected with successful and unsuccessful outcomes.
NATO - ANEP-82 - MESSAGE SPECIFICATION FOR DATA LINK BETWEEN COMBAT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND IDATS - ED A; VERSION 2 Organization: NATO
Date: 2016-02-04
Description: Sensor data are collected either by observing the measurements and entering them to IDATS through dedicated hand-held devices or by transmission from the ship’s Combat Management System (CMS) to an IDATS Interface Computer (IDATS-IC). This document describes the protocol and the message syntax for transmission of CMS sensor data to the IDATS-IC.

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