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RACE (Research and Development in Advanced Communications Technologies in Europe) is a Community programme aimed at preparing for the introduction of integrated broadband communication (IBC), taking into account the evolving ISDN and national introduction strategies, progressing to Community-wide services by 1995. It covers major aspects of terrestrial networks, satellites and mobile telecommunications, and is also concerned with telecommunications services, their definition and exploitation by end-users. This is the first issue of the RACE Common Functional Specifications (CFS). These are to be the concise, coherent and customised framework for the synthesis results of RACE Part I: IBC developments and implementations strategies. The eight documents contained in this issue are: - General aspects of IBC and IBC services; - Networking and internetworking 1 (FRM); - Networking and internetworking 2 (reference configurations, quality of service, signalling); - Networking and internetworking 3 (subsystems); - IBC access; - Network management; - Network evolution, terminals and CPN, and - General terminology.

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Authors: CEC, CEC Bruxelles (BE)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 13846 EN (1990) 1229 pp., FS, Volumes 1-8, ECU 100
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Record Number: 199111149 / Last updated on: 1994-12-02
Original language: en
Available languages: en