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1 ITU-T ITU-T Products and Services Tatiana Kurakova Telecommunication Standardization Sector Engineer 7 October 2003, Tashkent

2 ITU-T ITU-T Recommendations ITU-T Software International Country Codes ITU Operational Bulletin ITU-T Handbooks and Guides ITU-T Databases Other ITU-T texts ITU-T Study Groups meetings ITU-T Workshops ITU-T Special projects ITU-T Membership Outline of Presentation

3 ITU-T 3 Although ITU-T Recommendations are non-binding, they are generally complied with due to their high quality and because they guarantee the interconnectivity of networks and enable telecommunication services to be provided on a worldwide scale. ITU-T Recommendations

4 ITU-T 4 Several ITU-T Recommendations include deliverables on electronic support. Those deliverables are software, test data, speech data, digitized test charts, formal descriptions and SDL diagrams in reprocessable format, which are key elements for Recommendation quality issue. ITU-T Software

5 ITU-T 5 List of ITU-T Recommendation E.164 assigned Country Codes (Complement to ITU-T Recommendation E.164) (Position on 1 May 2002) List of Mobile Country or Geographical Area Codes (Complement to ITU-T Recommendation E.212) (Position on 1 March 2003) List of Data Country or Geographical Area Codes (Complement to ITU-T Recommendation X.121) (Position on 15 July 2000) International Country Code (1/3)

6 ITU-T 6 List of Telex Destination Codes (TDC) and Telex Network Identification Codes (TNIC) (Complement to ITU-T Recommendations F.69 and F.68) (Position on 31 May 1999) List of Signalling Area/Network Codes (SANC) (Complement to ITU-T Recommendation Q.708 (03/99)) (Position on 1 April 2001) International Country Code (2/3)

7 ITU-T 7 Five-letter Code Groups for the use of the International Public Telegram Service (According to ITU-T Recommendation F.1 (03/98)) (Position on 1 April 2001) List of Country or Geographical Area Codes for non standard facilities in telematic services (Complement to ITU-T Recommendation T.35) (Position on 15 June 2002) International Country Code (3/3)

8 ITU-T 8 A fortnight publication containing administrative and operational information exchanged between Administrations and Recognized Operating Agencies (ROAs) and other service providers, entities and organizations, in respect to international telecommunication services. Various lists containing codes, numbers or indicators allocated to countries or operators are published as Annexes to the Operational Bulletin. ITU Operational Bulletin

9 ITU-T 9 Handbooks and guides Various handbooks, guides, directives and informative texts are published on different subjects such as operation, network planning, outside plant, IMT-2000 Deployment, measurement methods and formal languages as requested by the study groups and the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly. ITU-T Handbook

10 ITU-T 10 Recommendation list database This database traces all Recommendation history and is the basis of ITU-T Recommendation list publication. ITU-T Databases (1/4)

11 ITU-T 11 Patent database This database is used to alert users that they need to contact the organizations which have sent Patent Statements to the Director of TSB, in order to determine if patent licenses must be obtained for the application of a particular Recommendation. The Statements may contain information on specific patents or give a general statement about an organization's compliance with ITU-T Patent Policy for a particular Recommendation. ITU-T Databases (2/4)

12 ITU-T 12 ITU-T Terms and definitions database (SANCHO) This database groups more than 18,718 definitions and 16,406 abbreviations published in ITU T Recommendations. It is permanently updated, new definitions replacing the old ones as soon as revised Recommendations are published. This database is an essential tool for terminology coherence in the field of global telecommunications standardization. ITU-T Databases (3/4)

13 ITU-T 13 ITU-T Work Program database This database is a follow-up of ITU-T Study groups activity planning, and is the basis for the work program publication for every ITU-T Study Group. For TSB it is the source for the planning of ITU-T activities. Trough queries selecting Standardization Areas and domains included on it one can have a paramount vision on standardization activities carried out in ITU-T. ITU- Databases (4/4)

14 ITU-T 14 Annex: An annex to a Recommendation contains material (e.g. technical detail or explanation) which is necessary to its overall completeness and comprehensibility and is therefore considered an integral part of the Recommendation. As an integral part of the Recommendation, approval of an annex follows Resolution 1 procedures. NOTE: in joint ITU-T | ISO/IEC texts, this element is called an "integral annex". Other ITU-T texts (1/7)

15 ITU-T Appendix: An appendix to a Recommendation contains material which is supplementary to and associated with the subject matter of the Recommendation but is not essential to its completeness or comprehensibility and is therefore not considered to be an integral part of the Recommendation and thus does not require approval according to Resolution 1 procedures; agreement by the Study Group is sufficient. An appendix is translated, upon advice from a Study Group, in the working languages for publication after agreement by the Study Group to append the proposed text. NOTE – In joint ITU-T | ISO/IEC texts, this element is called a "non-integral annex". Other ITU-T texts (2/7)

16 ITU-T Addendum: An addendum to a Recommendation contains additions to an already published ITU-T Recommendation. The addendum is published by the ITU-T as a separate document that contains primarily additions. If it forms an integral part of the Recommendation, approval of an addendum follows Resolution 1 procedures; otherwise it is agreed by the Study Group. Other ITU-T texts (3/7)

17 ITU-T Amendment: An amendment to a Recommendation contains changes to an already published ITU-T Recommendation. The amendment is published by the ITU-T as a separate document that contains primarily changes. If it forms an integral part of the Recommendation, approval of an amendment follows Resolution 1 procedures; otherwise it is agreed by the Study Group. NOTE – In joint ITU-T | ISO/IEC texts, this element is called an "amendment" to include both modifications and additions. Other ITU-T texts (4/7)

18 ITU-T 18 Corrigendum: A corrigendum to a Recommendation contains corrections to an already published ITU-T Recommendation. A corrigendum is published by the ITU-T as a separate document that contains only corrections. The TSB may correct obvious errors by issuing a corrigendum with the concurrence of the Study Group Chairman; otherwise approval of a corrigendum follows Resolution 1 procedures. NOTE – In joint ITU-T | ISO/IEC texts, this element is called a "technical corrigendum". Other ITU-T texts (5/7)

19 ITU-T 19 Supplement: A supplement contains material which is supplementary to and associated with the subject matter of one or more Recommendations, such as the M series of Recommendations, but is not essential to its completeness or comprehensibility and is therefore not considered to be an integral part of any Recommendation(s). As such, a supplement does not require approval according to Resolution 1 procedures; agreement by the Study Group is sufficient. A supplement is similar to an appendix except that it is published by the ITU-T as a separate document. A supplement may be given a specific title, such as "technical report", "handbook", etc., as directed by the Study Group. A supplement is translated, upon advice from a Study Group, in the working languages for publication after agreement by the Study Group to issue the supplement. Other ITU-T texts (6/7)

20 ITU-T 20 Implementors' guide: An implementors' guide is a document which records all identified defects (e.g. typographical errors, editorial errors, ambiguities, omissions or inconsistencies, and technical errors) associated with a Recommendation or a set of Recommendations and their status of correction, from their identification to final resolution. An implementors' guide is issued by the ITU T following agreement by a Study Group. Typically, defect corrections are first collected in an implementors' guide and, at a time deemed appropriate by the Study Group, they are used to produce a corrigendum or are included as revisions to a Recommendation. Other ITU-T texts (7/7)

21 ITU-T 21 SG 2 - Operational aspects of service provision, networks and performance (Florianopolis, Brazil, October 2003) SG 15 - Optical and other transport networks (Geneva, October 2003) TSAG - Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (Geneva, November 2003) SG 3 - Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunications economic and policy issues (Geneva, November 2003) SSG - Special Study Group "IMT-2000 and Beyond (Geneva, November 2003) SG 6 - Outside plant (Hanoi, Vietnam, November 2003) ITU-T SG meetings

22 ITU-T 22 Accessibility II: Communication by all means: Accessibility for all in telecommunications enabled by multimedia standards (a special session at the Telecom 2003 Forum) Geneva, October 2003 Workshop on Outside Plant for the Access Network Hanoi, Vietnam, 24 November 2003 Workshop on Telecom and Automotive Industries Geneva, November 2003 ITU-T Workshops

23 ITU-T 23 Accessibility I: ITU Takes Deaf People's Accessibility Needs Into Account (a plenary Session within the Telecommunications for the Deaf (TDI) Conference) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, July 2003 Workshop on Next Generation Networks: What, When and How? "Encompassing Services, Transport Convergence, mobility issues and more… - Geneva, July 2003 Workshop on challenges, perspectives and standardization issues in E-Government Geneva, June 2003 Recent ITU-T Workshops

24 ITU-T Member States (Countries) 162 recognized operating agencies 191 scientific or industrial organization 5 entities dealing with telecommunications 80 Associates 26 regional and other international organizations 10 regional telecommunication organizations 1 intergovernmental organizations operating satellite systems ITU-T Membership

25 ITU-T 25 For more information please visit our web site ITU-T homepage: ITU-T products: ITU-T SGs: ITU-T Workshops:

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