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ITU-T standardization of audiovisual communication systems in ATM and LAN environments

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7 Author(s)
Okubo, S. ; Graphics Commun. Labs., Tokyo, Japan ; Dunstan, S. ; Morrison, G. ; Nilsson, M.
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This paper presents the ITU-T Study Group 15 development of H-series Recommendations that allow interworking between different audiovisual communication terminals manufactured by different equipment providers. The paper focuses on H.310 and H.321 systems for broad-band ATM environments and H.322 and H.323 systems for LAN environments where the quality of service may or may not be guaranteed. The paper first lists the Recommendations developed by the ITU-T for audiovisual communication systems and the network environments in which they may be used. It then describes the design philosophy, the network specific characteristics, and hardware trials for each system. Then it describes the communication control protocol defined in H.245 which is used commonly by different audiovisual communication systems. Finally, the paper discusses interworking scenarios for communication between the different types of terminal on different networks

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Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 6 )

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Aug 1997

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