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The following eight interfaces shown in Figure 12 do not The central terminal is required to control the instep have exchange information between modules, so their push/pull module in collaboration with the control board. (...) The heel-up spring has - INT-7: DC/AC, voltage, and connector type between a motor-driven spring-release mechanism. (...) This means that Physical level: connector type; the price of the heel-up spring can be lowered.
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Score: 1659496.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page57.html
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The origins of digital video CCIR-601 signal format introduced in 1982 • 525 / 625 lines • Full bandwidth digital component video • 27 Msamples per second ‘common data rate’ • Connector with multicore cable required CCIR-656 interface introduced in 1986 • Serial digital interface at 270Mbps. • Single coaxial cable and BNC connectors. CCIR : Comité Consultatif International pour la Radio Key ITU-R Recommendations on image formats 1982: BT. 601 Studio encoding parameters of digital television for standard 4:3 and wide screen 16:9 aspect ratios 1993: BT.709 Parameter values for the HDTV standards for production and international programme exchange 1995: BT.1201 Extremely high resolution imagery 2008: BT.1543 1280 x 720, 16:9 progressively-captured image format for production and international programme exchange in the 60 Hz environment 2009: BT.1847 1280 × 720, 16:9 progressively-captured image format for production and international programme exchange in the 50 Hz environment 2012: BT.2020 Parameter values for ultra-high definition television systems for production and international programme exchange 2014: BT.2050 Use of UHDTV image systems for capturing, editing, finishing and archiving high-quality HDTV programmes Let’s not completely forget 3DTV! BT.2293-1 (2014) Principles for the comfortable viewing of stereoscopic three- dimensional television (3DTV) images UHDTV - production and international programme exchange Rec. ITU-R BT.2020 • Higher spatial resolution - multiples of 1920 x 1080 – 3840 x 2160 – 7680 x 4320 • Aspect ratio 16:9 • No interlace!
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Score: 1641242.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/G...0%20Frontiers%20of%20Video.pdf
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To this end, it facilitates cooper‑ achieved through data connectors that are implemented ation within communities of CLOs and creation of ad hoc as part of the Message and Service Bus of COG‑LO. (...) Various messages are exchanged (i) among CLOs, that the reference operational scenarios are eventually (ii) between CLOs and the Cognitive Advisor and (iii) be‑ ful illed. tween external event sources (e.g., ic Management The Message and Service Bus provides a set of interfaces System) and the Message and Service Bus. (...) One SIoT peer manages the data related to • Data connector: this interface provides a uni ied so‑ the VIs of the CLOs it is responsible for.
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Score: 1636934.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...5/files/basic-html/page86.html
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Copyright © 2019 Jelurida Swiss SA | | Per ITU-T FG DLT D1.1: Inter ledger interoperability – ability of two or more distributed ledger protocols to exchange information and to use information that has been exchanged with one another. (...) -Deploying a blockchain connector for generating new addresses and token atomic swaps as a java add-on is quite simple. -Each blockchain connector could be deployed in a different child-chain Copyright © 2019 Jelurida Swiss SA | | | | LET’S TALK!
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Score: 1613585.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...cisco_Sarrias_Presentation.pdf
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Score: 1543693.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...20Argentina%20Marzo%202018.pdf
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Digital television equipment for receiving Digital Video Broadcasting – DVB means electronic comunications equipment, intended for exchange and distribution of information, enabling additional services to the user (picture, voice and data transmission with a possibility of an interactive communication usage). 2. (...) Article 3 Interoperability of analogue and digital television equipment (1) The digital television equipment has to be capable for reception of descrambling signals as well as scrambled signals according to the European common scrambling algoritham - DVB CSA as recommended by a recognised European standards organisation. (2) Any analogue television set with an integral screen of visible diagonal greater than 42 cm, is to be fitted with at least one open interface socket, as standardised by a recognised European standards organisation, e.g. as given in the CENELEC EN 50 049-1:1997 standard, permitting simple connection of peripherals, including additional decoders and digital receivers for DVB signals. (3) Any television set with integrated decoder of digital television signals (DVB), and integral screen of a visible diagonal greater than 30 cm is to be fitted with at least one open interface socket, as standardised by a recognised European standards organisation or conforming to an industry-wide specification adopted by the equipment producers of such area. Such type of a connector (the DVB common interface connector) has to enable simple connection of peripherals, and able to pass all elements of a digital television signal, including information relating to the interactive and conditionally accessed services as determined by the MHP.
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Score: 1523686.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...tal_tv_equipment_operation.pdf
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Rapporteurs are invited to manage the updating of the chapters falling under their responsibility. To facilitate exchange of proposals and comments, a mailing list has been created Handbook Chapter I - Cable construction [ old text | revised text ] Chapter II - Cable installation [ old text | revised text ] Chapter III - Fibre splicing Chapter IV - Fibre connectors and terminations   Chapter V - Closures and organizers Chapter VI - Protection/Restoration [ old text | revised text ] Chapter VII - Cables inside buildings Chapter VIII - Passive optical components Chapter IX - The configuration of optical plant in distribution networks [ old text | revised text ] Mailing list tsg6handbook@itu.int Restricted to TIES users   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2004  All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2004-10-21    
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Rapporteurs are invited to manage the updating of the chapters falling under their responsibility. To facilitate exchange of proposals and comments, a mailing list has been created Handbook Chapter I - Cable construction [ old text | revised text ] Chapter II - Cable installation [ old text | revised text ] Chapter III - Fibre splicing Chapter IV - Fibre connectors and terminations Chapter V - Closures and organizers Chapter VI - Protection/Restoration [ old text | revised text ] Chapter VII - Cables inside buildings Chapter VIII - Passive optical components Chapter IX - The configuration of optical plant in distribution networks [ old text | revised text ] Mailing list tsg6handbook@itu.int Restricted to TIES users   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : TSB EDH Updated : 2008-10-31    
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In the model, any type of RAU (IRUM or a RSS/RSU) is considered a small digital sub-exchange linked to a host exchange. Except for calls between premises connected to this switch, RAUs have no functional intelligence. (...) The cost is contingent on the number of traffic routes to facilitate inter-exchange of traffic. Each port carries approximately 30 circuits. (...) Synchronization Equipment: ensures all exchange clocks run at the same speed. Cost is dependent on the number of clocks.
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Score: 1470594.5 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...dcontr/01-04/oct01/002_ww9.doc
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It will cover what SDMX is, what it attempts to accomplish and which are the organisations behind the SDMX initiative. 9:00 English Breakout Room Trainer (TBD) 9:00 Spanish Breakout Room Juan Munoz (INEGI) 10:20 Session I Ends SESSION II: SDMX data modelling basics This session will explain how data can be modelled using the SDMX standard and will provide step-by- step explanations on how to build an SDMX Data Structure Definition (DSD). 10:30 English Breakout Room Trainer (TBD) 10:30 Spanish Breakout Room Juan Munoz (INEGI) 11:50 Session II Ends September 21, 2021 -- 9:00–12:00 (CST) SESSION III: Overview of IT architectures and IT tools for SDMX This session will outline the different kinds of IT tools and IT architectural patterns that can be set up to address different data exchange and data dissemination use cases for SDMX. 9:00 English Breakout Room Trainer (TBD) 9:00 Spanish Breakout Room Edgardo Greising (ILO) 10:20 Session III Ends SESSION IV: Demo of SDMX tools for beginners (SDMX Converter) This session will be dedicated to introducing the SDMX Converter. The SDMX Converter is a simple SDMX tool that represents a good entry gateway for newcomers to SDMX. 2 10:30 English Breakout Room Luca Gramaglia (Eurostat) 10:30 Spanish Breakout Room Fernando Morente (Eurostat) 11:50 Session IV Ends Capacity building sessions on Intermediate to Advanced SDMX topics September 22, 2021 -- 9:00–12:00 (CST) SESSION V: Best practices for DSD creators [Brief description] 9:00 English Breakout Room Trainer (TBD) 9:00 Spanish Breakout Room Edgardo Greising (ILO) 10:20 Session V Ends SESSION VI: Use of SDMX Web Services This session will present how SDMX web services can be used to retrieve data from public SDMX sources, as well as some of the tools / connectors available to work with SDMX web services. 10:30 English Breakout Room Luca Gramaglia (Eurostat) 10:30 Spanish Breakout Room Fernando Morente (Eurostat) 11:50 Session VI Ends September 23, 2021 -- 9:00–12:00 (CST) SESSION VII: How to implement an SDMX architecture for data exchange and dissemination (part I) This session will provide a detailed step-by-step overview of how an SDMX architecture for data exchange and dissemination can be set up using different free and open-source components. 9:00 English Breakout Room Alessio Cardacino (ISTAT) – to be confirmed 9:00 Spanish Breakout Room Francesco Rizzo (ISTAT) 10:20 Session VII Ends SESSION VIII: How to implement an SDMX architecture for data exchange and dissemination (part II) This session will provide a detailed step-by-step overview of how an SDMX architecture for data exchange and dissemination can be set up using different free and open-source components. 10:30 English Breakout Room Alessio Cardacino (ISTAT) – to be confirmed 10:30 Spanish Breakout Room Francesco Rizzo (ISTAT) 11:50 Session VIII Ends
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Score: 1469774.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...mx_global_conference_draft.pdf
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