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Implementing ISDN in the United States

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1 Author(s)
Mitchell, O. ; Bell Comm. Research, NJ

Planning for implementation of ISDN is proceeding at a rapid rate throughout the United States. Planning for nationwide deployment of common-channel signaling to support database access, as well as internode signaling for ISDN is also underway. This paper describes planning for trials and initial applications of ISDN and common-channel signaling for service starting in late 1986 through early 1988, as well as ISDN demonstrations, some already in operation. In addition, this paper discusses the network and regulatory environment for ISDN implementation in the United States, standards for the U.S. environment, and trials of transition services.

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 3 )