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ETSI - ETS 300 072 PRA1

AMD prA1 Terminal Equipment (TE); Videotex Presentation Layer Protocol; Videotex Presentation Layer Data Syntax

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 January 1996
Status: inactive
Page Count: 7
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Foreword

This amendment to ETS 300 072 (1990) has been produced by the Terminal Equipment (TE) Technical Committee of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).

This amendment to ETS 300 072 specifies the following additional data syntax elements:

- a second possible display structure;

- references to ITU-T Recommendation T.101, annex C for the use of Arabic, Hebrew and Chinese character sets;

- references to ITU-T Recommendation T.52 for the use of the Cyrillic character set;

- the switching mechanism between Videotex terminal configurations.

The amendment specifies only additional aspects and contains no deletions to the current content of ETS 300 072.

Document History

ETS 300 072 PRA1
January 1, 1996
AMD prA1 Terminal Equipment (TE); Videotex Presentation Layer Protocol; Videotex Presentation Layer Data Syntax
Foreword This amendment to ETS 300 072 (1990) has been produced by the Terminal Equipment (TE) Technical Committee of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). This amendment to...
January 1, 1990
Terminal Equipment (TE); Videotex Presentation Layer Protocol Videotex Presentation Layer Data Syntax; Amendment 1
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January 1, 1990
Terminal Equipment (TE); Videotex Presentation Layer Protocol Videotex Presentation Layer Data Syntax
Introduction Data sent to the terminal is used to generate alphamosaic displays in which text and graphic characters are displayed, usually in a fixed format of rows and columns.

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