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The digital radio that support ADS-B and standardized by ICAO are: * 1090 MHz extended squitter (ES) * VDL Mode 4 * UAT ATSC Displays Radar ADSBP RECAIPRDP CDP ADS-B Rx Radar & Tracker ADS-B ADS-B Radar Surveillance ADS-B Surveillance Automation System ADS-B Ground Station - - Transponder ADS-B Avionic s ADSFDP ADSADSADSADS----CCCC SurveillanceSurveillanceSurveillanceSurveillance 1090 MHz Extended Squitter * Recognized as the most common element in early implementations of ADS-B (11th Air Navigation Conference, Rec.7/1) * Standardized by ICAO (Annex 10, Volumes III and IV supplemented by a new manual) * Certified airborne equipment and ground stations (for air-to-ground ADS-B) commercially available ObstacleObstacleObstacleObstacle A/C on groundA/C on groundA/C on groundA/C on ground Surface vehicleSurface vehicleSurface vehicleSurface vehicle TISTISTISTIS----B B B B StationStationStationStation A/C in flightA/C in flightA/C in flightA/C in flight ES rate is slightly randomized ES rate is slightly randomized ES rate is slightly randomized ES rate is slightly randomized and varies from 2/s (for and varies from 2/s (for and varies from 2/s (for and varies from 2/s (for position/velocity) 0.2/s (for position/velocity) 0.2/s (for position/velocity) 0.2/s (for position/velocity) 0.2/s (for identification)identification)identification)identification) Radar ADS-B Other A/C Data Broadcast of Broadcast of Broadcast of Broadcast of A/C Positions by A/C Positions by A/C Positions by A/C Positions by ESESESES Aircraft has to be Aircraft has to be Aircraft has to be Aircraft has to be equipped with ES equipped with ES equipped with ES equipped with ES receiver/display receiver/display receiver/display receiver/display to use the serviceto use the serviceto use the serviceto use the service 1090 ES Signal In Space Preamble (8 uS) Data block (112 uS) Bit 1: 1 uS 1 Same as for Mode S reply to ground interrogation Bit 3 0 Bit 112 1 1090 MHz Carrier ES signal can be emitted from Mode S transponders or non-transponder (NT) devices (airborne or else) DF 17 24-Bits A/C AddressCA Parity 56 Bits DF 18 24-Bits A/C AddressCF Parity 56 Bits 112 Bits Indicates ADS-B, TIS-B, etc Version 0:Version 0:Version 0:Version 0: In Annex 10 since 2002In Annex 10 since 2002In Annex 10 since 2002In Annex 10 since 2002 Version 1:Version 1:Version 1:Version 1: Being processedBeing processedBeing processedBeing processed Version number only affects the message Version number only affects the message Version number only affects the message Version number only affects the message contentscontentscontentscontents The two versions are interoperable (as per The two versions are interoperable (as per The two versions are interoperable (as per The two versions are interoperable (as per SARPsSARPsSARPsSARPs)))) Version 1 has more elaborate indication of Version 1 has more elaborate indication of Version 1 has more elaborate indication of Version 1 has more elaborate indication of accuracy and integrity. accuracy and integrity. accuracy and integrity. accuracy and integrity. 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Annex 10, volume IV (Broad Annex 10, volume IV (Broad Annex 10, volume IV (Broad Annex 10, volume IV (Broad SARPsSARPsSARPsSARPs on ES)on ES)on ES)on ES) Doc NNNN Doc NNNN Doc NNNN Doc NNNN –––– Technical Provisions for Mode S Technical Provisions for Mode S Technical Provisions for Mode S Technical Provisions for Mode S Services and Extended Squitter Services and Extended Squitter Services and Extended Squitter Services and Extended Squitter (In production (In production (In production (In production –––– draft version available on the draft version available on the draft version available on the draft version available on the SCRSP website SCRSP website SCRSP website SCRSP website www.icao.int/anb/panels/scrspwww.icao.int/anb/panels/scrspwww.icao.int/anb/panels/scrspwww.icao.int/anb/panels/scrsp)))) RTCA DO 242A RTCA DO 242A RTCA DO 242A RTCA DO 242A –––– MASPS for ADSMASPS for ADSMASPS for ADSMASPS for ADS----BBBB RTCA DO 260 RTCA DO 260 RTCA DO 260 RTCA DO 260 –––– MOPS (ES Version 0)MOPS (ES Version 0)MOPS (ES Version 0)MOPS (ES Version 0) RTCA DO 260 A RTCA DO 260 A RTCA DO 260 A RTCA DO 260 A –––– MOPS (ES Version 1)MOPS (ES Version 1)MOPS (ES Version 1)MOPS (ES Version 1) * General ADS* General ADS* General ADS* General ADS----B Performance requirementsB Performance requirementsB Performance requirementsB Performance requirements * * * * SARPsSARPsSARPsSARPs for ES ground stationsfor ES ground stationsfor ES ground stationsfor ES ground stations * Provisions for merging and sharing of * Provisions for merging and sharing of * Provisions for merging and sharing of * Provisions for merging and sharing of surveillance data (including ADSsurveillance data (including ADSsurveillance data (including ADSsurveillance data (including ADS----B)B)B)B) * A roadmap for the evolution of A* A roadmap for the evolution of A* A roadmap for the evolution of A* A roadmap for the evolution of A----G and AG and AG and AG and A----A A A A surveillancesurveillancesurveillancesurveillance * A report on other emerging surveillance * A report on other emerging surveillance * A report on other emerging surveillance * A report on other emerging surveillance techniques (e.g. multilateration)techniques (e.g. multilateration)techniques (e.g. multilateration)techniques (e.g. multilateration) * A report on 1030/1090 RF Pollution problem* A report on 1030/1090 RF Pollution problem* A report on 1030/1090 RF Pollution problem* A report on 1030/1090 RF Pollution problem Action by the CNS Sub-group • To note ADS-B environment requirements • To include the development service level criteria for ATN services such as ADS-B in its work porogramme (based on ICAO work and experience gained in some Regions, including AFI Region).
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Score: 555047.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...2007/CNS_SG2/CNSSG2wp15_en.pdf
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VOJISLAV ŠEŠELJ PUBLIC DOCUMENT DECISION ON NEW FILING OF PUBLIC REDACTED VERSION OF THE AMICUS CURIAE REPORT Office of the Prosecutor Mr Mathias Marcussen Accused Vojislav Šešelj 3/55027 BISIT-03-67-T D3 - 1/55027 BIS 03 November 2011 AJ Case no. IT-03-67-T 28 October 2011 1 TRIAL CHAMBER III (“Chamber”) of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 (“Tribunal”), PROPRIO MOTU NOTING the decision rendered by the Chamber as a public document with an annex on 26 October 2011 (“Decision of 26 October 2011”),1 in which the Chamber ordered the filing of the public redacted version of the report by the Amicus Curiae (“Public Redacted Version of the Report”) appointed to investigate the allegations made by Vojislav [e{elj (“Accused”) against the Office of the Prosecutor (“Prosecution”),2 CONSIDERING that the Chamber notes that a clerical error appears in the Public Redacted Version of the Report filed on 26 October 2011, CONSIDERING, therefore, that the Chamber deems it necessary to amend the status of the Public Redacted Version of the Report filed on 26 October 2011 so that this version is no longer accessible to the public and to file, in its place, a new version enclosed in the annex to the present decision (“New Public Redacted Version of the Report”), CONSIDERING that, taking into account this change, the Chamber orders the Prosecution and the Accused and his associates not to make mention of the Public Redacted Version of the Report filed on 26 October 2011 and to make sure they destroy any copies they may have made or transmitted to third parties, CONSIDERING, also with respect to this change, that the Chamber orders the parties to file their written submissions on the New Public Redacted Version of the Report within 15 days of the filing of the present decision for the Prosecution and within 15 days of receipt of the translation into BCS of this New Public Redacted Version of the Report for the Accused, 1 “Decision on Filing of Redacted Public Version of Report from the Amicus Curiae Investigating Allegations by the Accused of Witness Intimidation by the Prosecution”, public with public annex, 26 October 2011. 2 See “Redacted Version of the Decision in Reconsideration of the Decision of 15 May 2007 on Vojislav [e{elj’s Motion for Contempt Against Carla Del Ponte, Hildegard Uertz-Rezlaff and Daniel Saxon”, public, 29 June 2010. 2/55027 BIS Case No. IT-03-67-T 28 October 2011 2 FOR THE FOREGOING REASONS PURSUANT TO Rule 54 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, ORDERS the Registry to change the status of the Public Redacted Version of the Report filed on 26 October 2011 so that it is confidential and ex parte from the two parties, ORDERS the Registry to file as a public document the New Public Redacted Version of the Report enclosed in the annex to the present Decision, ORDERS the Prosecution and the Accused and his associates not to make mention of the Public Redacted Version of the Report filed on 26 October 2011 and to make sure that they destroy any copies they may have made or transmitted to third parties, ORDERS the parties to file their written submissions on the New Public Redacted Version of the Report within 15 days of the filing of the present decision for the Prosecution and within 15 days of receipt of the translation into BCS of this New Public Redacted Version of the Report for the Accused, Done in English and in French, the French version being authoritative.
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Score: 554671.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/seselj/tdec/en/111028.pdf
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Sessions 25th Session Sidebar - Resources Policymaking Organs General Conference Industrial Development Board Rules of procedure Reports Statements Sessions 50th session 49th session 48th session Resumed 47th session, 6 September 2019 47th Session 46th Session Side Event: Advanced Session of the Seventh ISID Forum Side Event: GMIS Informative Session 45th Session 44th session 43rd session 42nd session 41st session 40th session 39th session 38th session 37th session 36th session 35th Session Resumed 34th Session 34th Session 33rd Session 32nd Session 31st Session 30th Session 29th Session 28th Session 27th Session 26th Session 25th Session 24th Session 23rd Session 22nd session 21st Session 20th Session 19th Session Programme and Budget Committee Meetings and events of the Policymaking Organs Past Policymaking Organs meetings and events Constitution Member States IGOs/NGOs Evaluation and Internal Oversight Procurement Statistics Publications Employment 25th Session Industrial Development Board, 25th Session Documents IDB.25/1 - PROVISIONAL AGENDA (13KB / 1page) - Version française - Version Español IDB.25/1/Add.1 - Annotated Provisional agenda - Version française - Version Español IDB.25/2 - Annual Report 2001 - Version française - Version Español IDB.25/2/Add.1 - Annual Report 2001 - Addendum - List of Technical Cooperation Activities IDB.25/3 - UNIDO Involvement In Major International Conferences  - Version française - Version Español IDB.25/4 - Investment and Technology Promotion Offices  - Version française - Version Español IDB.25/5 - Joint Inspection Unit Activities Relevant to UNIDO  - Version française - Version Español IDB.25/6 - Financial Situation of UNIDO  - Version française - Version Español IDB.25/7 - Applications from non-governmental organizations for consultative status  - Version française - Version Español IDB.25/8 - Proposed payment plan for Azerbaijan - Version française - Version Español Report GC.10/2 - Report of The Industrial Development Board on the Work of its 25th Session - Version française - Version Español   Opening Statement by the Director-General Address of Director-General Carlos Magariños to the 25th Session of the Industrial Development Board, 15th May, 2002 Footer Who we are UNIDO in brief History UNIDO Worldwide Director General Our focus UNIDO & the SDGs Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Programme for Country Partnership Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit Explore Projects Stories News Publications More Employment Procurement Legal Resources Scam Alert Evaluation and Internal Oversight Report Wrongdoing Contact Information Press and Media Disclaimer © 2017 United Nations Industrial Development Organization
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Score: 554671.3 - https://www.unido.org/resource...nt-board/sessions/25th-session
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The report (English version, p. 10; French version, p. 11) indicates that “the Ministry for the Family and the Status of Women was created in June 2002 primarily to complete the process of Algerian women’s emancipation”. (...) The report further states (English version, p. 56; French version, p. 69) that neonatal mortality “currently accounts for 60 per cent of all deaths among children”. (...) Rural women 28. The report (English version, p. 60; French version, p. 74) notes that 41 per cent of women live in rural areas, many of whom are heads of households.
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Score: 554312.7 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...005-I-CRP1-ADD1(Algeria-E).pdf
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Date Bilateral Agreement or ICD Upgrade Upgrade date Albuquerque-Mazatlán Mexico United States Class I Operational 2005 NAM-ICD Version E Albuquerque-Monterrey United States Mexico Class I Operational 2005 NAM-ICD Version E Anchorage-Edmonton United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E Anchorage-Vancouver United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E Barranquilla-Kingston Jamaica Colombia Testing Belize-CENAMER COCESNA Belize N/A Testing 2020 PAC ICD Belize-Guatemala Guatemala Belize N/A Planned PAC ICD Belize-Merida Belize Mexico Class I Implementing 2020 NAM-ICD Version D Bogota-CENAMER COCESNA Colombia N/A Testing 2018 PAC ICD Boston-Moncton United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E Boston-Montreal United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E Boston-Toronto Canada United States Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E CENAMER-Costa Rica COCESNA Costa Rica N/A Testing 2020 PAC ICD CENAMER-El Salvador COCESNA El Salvador N/A Operational October 2015 PAC ICD CENAMER-Guatemala COCESNA Guatemala N/A Operational December 2015 PAC ICD CENAMER-Guayaquil COCESNA Ecuador N/A Testing TBD PAC ICD AIDC/N AM /ICD/3 – W P/04 - A2 - Interface State or Organization Adjacent State or Organizaition Interface Class Interface Status Implem. (...) Date Bilateral Agreement or ICD Upgrade Upgrade date Mérida-Monterrey Mexico Mexico Class I Operational 2005 LOA México-Monterrey Mexico Mexico Class I Operational 2005 LOA Miami-Nassau United States Bahamas N/A Planned TBD NAM-ICD Version E Miami-Santo Domingo United States Dominican Republic Class I Operational December 2019 NAM-ICD Version E Minneapolis-Toronto United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E Minneapolis-Winnipeg United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E Moncton-New York Canada United States Class II Testing Q4 2019 NAM-ICD Version E New York-PIARCO Trinidad and Tobago United States N/A Testing 2020 PAC ICD Nicaragua-San José Nicaragua Costa Rica N/A Planned 2020 PAC ICD Oakland-Vancouver United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E Panama-San José Costa Rica Panama N/A Testing 2020 PAC ICD PIARCO-SAL Trinidad and Tobago Class I Testing 2020 NAM-ICD Version D PIARCO-San Juan/Miami Trinidad and Tobago United States Class I Testing 2020 NAM-ICD Version D Port au Prince-Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Haiti N/A Not planned TBD 0 Salt Lake City-Vancouver Canada United States Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E Salt Lake City-Winnipeg United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E San Juan-Santo Domingo United States Dominican Republic Class I Operational December 2019 NAM-ICD Version E AIDC/N AM /ICD/3 – W P/04 - A5 - Interface State or Organization Adjacent State or Organizaition Interface Class Interface Status Implem. Date Bilateral Agreement or ICD Upgrade Upgrade date Seattle-Vancouver United States Canada Class II Operational 0 NAM-ICD Version E — END —
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Score: 553953.56 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...tings/2020/AIDC/AIDC03WP04.pdf
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Vilmos Kovacs ("the Witness") testified viva voce on 9 and 10 July 2002; that during the examination-in-chief, the expert witness was handed a copy of the Report, which he recognised as being an English translation of his report, and that he was invited by the Prosecution to make any changes he deemed necessary to make this translation more accurate; that the witness proceeded to make these changes; that at the end of the testimony of the witness, the Prosecution provided the Defence, at its request, with a copy of the original Hungarian version of the expert witness’ report; that the Prosecution indicated that it did not seek to rely on this version of the report; that the Chamber then instructed the Defence to submit its observations in relation to the Hungarian version and to indicate, in particular, whether it intended to tender this version of the report into evidence 1 ; NOTING the "Objection of the Defence on Report of the Expert Witness Dr. (...) Kovacs’ oral testimony be denied, the expert-witness be recalled " to explain the circumstances in which the written report was given", and the Prosecution be heard in relation to the translation discrepancies that existed between both versions; 2 NOTING that on 17 July 2002, the Prosecution indicated in court that, after going through the Objections, it had realised that, by mistake, the Defence had been provided with an earlier rough draft of the expert report in the Hungarian language ("the early Hungarian version"); that it provided the Defence with the final draft of the Hungarian version on that day ("the final Hungarian version"); that the Defence complained that it had received this final version at such a late stage; that the Chamber then instructed the Defence, for the sake of clarity, to submit its complaints in writing; 3 NOTING the "Defence Submissions concerning the Late Production of an Expert Report in Hungarian (Dr. Kovacs)" filed on 18 July 2002 ("the Submissions"), in which the Defence indicated that it had been provided with the final Hungarian version only on 17 July 2002, while the cross-examination of this witness had taken place on an earlier date; that it argued that, while it stood by the Objections, if the Chamber were not to accept them, it would then require more time to translate the final Hungarian version and to compare it with the English version; that the Defence further indicated that the final Hungarian version contained additional pages of conclusions that had not been translated into English; that the Report was dated 18 February 2002, while the final Hungarian version was dated 30 April 2002; that it requested that, for these reasons, the Report be dismissed; 4 NOTING that on 19 July 2002, the Prosecution explained the nature of the problem in closed session and submitted the final drafts of both the English and Hungarian versions of the expert report; 5 that it requested that the Witness be recalled to be subjected to further cross-examination; CONSIDERING that this final English version contained two additional pages that were not contained in the Report; 6 that the Chamber, after having carefully examined the contents of this final version, decided to accept the recall of the Witness so that the Defence would have the opportunity to cross-examine him on the new pages; CONSIDERING that on 25 July 2002, the Witness was further examined and cross-examined; that on this occasion, the Prosecution was allowed to further examine the Witness on the "history" of his statement; that the Defence was allowed to put questions to him on "every aspect that was not known to the parties at the conclusion of the previous examination", including the "history" of the statement and the additional pages in the last version of the report; CONSIDERING that the Defence submits that it is has been disadvantaged by these developments, since it was not granted enough time to prepare for the cross-examination of the Witness on the basis of the new text; that it requested the Chamber for a written decision stating the reasons for re-calling him, since the Prosecution, when filing the final version of the report, did not respect the time-limit established in Rule 94 of the Rules; 7 and that it thus objected to the admission into evidence of Dr.
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Score: 553396 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/galic/tdec/en/11105521.htm
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Space International Frequency Information Circular Databases Online 2002 Please select year to access Space Circular databases in zipped format: 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 The following Space Circular databases are available in zipped format: SPACE IFIC and WIC DATABASES DATE VERSION 3 1 DATABASES 2 VERSION 4 1 DATABASES VERSION C5 7 DATABASES VERSION 8 DATABASES VERSION 9 DATABASES 10.12.2002   2484 3 2484 2484 2484 26.11.2002   2483 4 2483 2483 2483 12.11.2002   2482 5 2482 2482 2482 29.10.2002   2481 2481 2481 2481 15.10.2002   2480 2480 2480 2480 01.10.2002   2479 2479 2479 2479 17.09.2002   2478 2478 2478 2478 03.09.2002   2477 2477 2477 2477 20.08.2002   2476 2476 2476 2476 06.08.2002   2475 2475 2475 2475 23.07.2002   2474 2474 2474 2474 09.07.2002   2473 2473 2473 2473 25.06.2002   2472 2472 2472 2472 11.06.2002   2471 2471 2471 2471 28.05.2002   2470 2470 2470 2470 14.05.2002   2469 2469 2469 2469 30.04.2002   2468 2468 2468 2468 16.04.2002   2467 2467 2467 2467 02.04.2002   2466 2466 2466 2466 19.03.2002   2465 6 2465 2465 2465 05.03.2002 2464 2464 2464 2464 2464 19.02.2002 2463 2463 2463 2463 2463 05.02.2002 2462 2462 2462 2462 2462 22.01.2002 2461 2461 2461 2461 2461 08.01.2002 2460 2460 2460 2460 2460 1 Version 3 refers to MS-ACCESS 7.0 databases to be used with BR Software prior to September 2001 issue of Space Radiocommunication Stations on CD-ROM publication of the Radiocommunication Bureau (BR). Version 4 IFIC databases can only be used with the BR software dated from September 2001. As from 1 January 2017 all Space IFIC databases are published in the new restructured Space Network System database version 8.0 As from 4 August 2020 all Space IFIC databases are published in the new restructured Space Network System database version 9.0 2 Publication of Version 3 databases will be discontinued after the March 2002 issue of Space Radiocommunication Stations on CD-ROM publication. 3 Modified version of IFIC 2484 database 4 Modified version of IFIC 2483 database 5 Modified version of IFIC 2482 database 6 Modified version of IFIC 2465 database 7 Version C5 is a Converted version of V4 databases.
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Score: 553201.07 - https://www.itu.int/sns/wic/demowic02.html
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Ton Liefaard ( English version / Russian version ) 6.2. Presentation – Republic of Georgia, Gocha Lordkipanidze ( English version /  Russian version ) 6.3.  (...) Presentation – Montenegro – Ivana Becic ( English version / Russian version ) 6.6. Presentation – Belarus – Vera Krugova ( English version  /  Russian version ) 6.7. Presentation – Croatia – Tatjana Katkic Stanic ( English version /  Russian version ) 6.8. Presentation – Croatia – Vanja Branica ( English version / Russian version ) 6.9. 
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Score: 552891.3 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/child-protection/access-justice
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PKCS7 (X.420:06/1999) -- Module PKCS7 (X.420:06/1999) -- See also ITU-T X.420 (06/1999) -- See also the index of all ASN.1 assignments needed in this document -- The ASN.1 in version 1.5 of the PKCS#7 document is not defined in an ASN.1 module. This prevents an IMPORT of it into other ASN.1 modules. -- This Annex contains a module of PKCS#7 ASN.1 definitions conforming to current ASN.1 standards rather than the obsolescent (and now deprecated) 1988/90 version of ASN.1 used in version 1.5 of PKCS#7. -- Extensions to PKCS#7 defined in RFC 2630 are included. -- If differences are found between the ASN.1 in the following module and that in PKCS#7, the latter is definitive. (...) KeyEncryptionKeyRecipientInfo ::= SEQUENCE { version Version , keyEncryptionKeyIdentifier KeyEncryptionKeyIdentifier , keyEncryptionAlgorithm KeyEncryptionAlgorithmIdentifier , encryptedKey EncryptedKey } KeyEncryptionKeyIdentifier ::= SEQUENCE { keyIdentifier OCTET STRING , date GeneralizedTime OPTIONAL , otherKeyAttribute OtherKeyAttribute OPTIONAL } EncryptedContentInfo ::= SEQUENCE { contentType PKCS7-CONTENT-TYPE .
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Score: 552668.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...l/itu-t/x/x420/1999/PKCS7.html
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-- Module PKCS7 (X.420:06/1999) -- The ASN.1 in version 1.5 of the PKCS#7 document is not defined in an ASN.1 module. This prevents an IMPORT of it into other ASN.1 modules. -- This Annex contains a module of PKCS#7 ASN.1 definitions conforming to current ASN.1 standards rather than the obsolescent (and now deprecated) 1988/90 version of ASN.1 used in version 1.5 of PKCS#7. -- Extensions to PKCS#7 defined in RFC 2630 are included. -- If differences are found between the ASN.1 in the following module and that in PKCS#7, the latter is definitive. (...) KeyEncryptionKeyRecipientInfo ::= SEQUENCE { version Version, keyEncryptionKeyIdentifier KeyEncryptionKeyIdentifier, keyEncryptionAlgorithm KeyEncryptionAlgorithmIdentifier, encryptedKey EncryptedKey } KeyEncryptionKeyIdentifier ::= SEQUENCE { keyIdentifier OCTET STRING, date GeneralizedTime OPTIONAL, otherKeyAttribute OtherKeyAttribute OPTIONAL } EncryptedContentInfo ::= SEQUENCE { contentType PKCS7-CONTENT-TYPE.
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Score: 552668.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...fl/itu-t/x/x420/1999/PKCS7.asn
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