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ITU-R REPORT BT.1210 - ERROR-PROTECTION STRATEGIES FOR DATA BROADCASTING SERVICES Organization: ITU-R
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: Section 2 outline the general considerations for error protection strategies. Section 3 reports some studies of error protection strategies applied to present terrestrial broadcasting systems.
TIA-637 - SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE (SMS) FOR WIDEBAND SPREAD SPECTRUM SYSTEMS Organization: TIA
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: Mobile station interfaces may include keyboard and display features to support message entry. Additionally, a wireless voice service subscriber can use normal voice or data features of the mobile station to call an SMS system to enter a message.
ETSI - TS 127 005 - DIGITAL CELLULAR TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (PHASE 2+) (GSM); UNIVERSAL MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (UMTS); LTE; USE OF DATA TERMINAL EQUIPMENT - DATA CIRCUIT TERMINATING EQUIPMENT (DTE - DCE) INTERFACE FOR SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE (SMS) AND CELL BROADCAST SERVICE (CBS) - V14.0.0; 3GPP TS 27.005 VERSION 14.0.0 RELEASE 14 Organization: ETSI
Date: 2017-04-01
Description: In the "Block mode" and "PDU" mode a mobile is not permitted to modify any component of an SMS/CBS message received from the air interface or an SMS message received from a TE, before passing it on, except where 3GPP TS 23.040 [3] or 3GPP TS 23.041 [4] defines a "component modification facility" and where this "component modification facility" is supported by the mobile.
TIA-889 - TTY/TDD MINIMUM PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION - INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: TIA
Date: 2012-03-01
Description: These devices typically have a keyboard and a 2-line display, allowing a TTY user to type messages over the phone lines to another TTY user.
AF - SMC-S-023 VOL 1 - HUMAN COMPUTER INTERFACE DESIGN CRITERIA VOLUME 1 USER INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS Organization: AF
Date: 2010-03-19
Description: According to Mayhew in Principles and Guidelines in Software User Interface Design, a consistent user interface is one that provides: — Consistent location of certain types of information on screens, — Consistent syntax of commands in a command language, — Similar execution of analogous operations in different applications, — Consistent design of command names and abbreviations, — Consistent grammatical form of error messages and instructions, — Consistent design of captions and fields on forms and displays, — Consistent dialog style for different functions, and — Terminology consistent with the users' existing vocabulary.
EUROCAE ED 175 - SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS (SPR) FOR AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICES (AIS) AND METEOROLOGICAL (MET) DATA LINK SERVICES Organization: EUROCAE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: On the aircraft side, the flight crew interaction as well as the end use of the information performed by cockpit avionics (i.e. Flight Management System or display system) were considered in the analyses but are outside the scope of this SPR.

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