Complete Conversation through ITU-T Standards: Sign, Type, and Speak You Decide .


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In the first place, specialized gadgets for the hard of hearing opened a radical new world for the clients of those gadgets. . Be that as it may, times change
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Add up to Conversation through ITU-T Standards: Sign, Type, and Speak – You Decide Paul E. Jones Cisco Systems, Inc.

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in the first place, specialized gadgets for the hard of hearing opened a radical new world for the clients of those gadgets. They empowered individuals to impart in ways that were never conceivable. Loved ones could bear on discussions over long separations, keeping up and even reinforce those connections. Without question, the presentation of the media transmission gadgets for the hard of hearing improved everybody\'s lives. In any case, times change…

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And so do the methods of correspondence! fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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It\'s All About Total Conversation The ITU-T is taking a shot at models that achieve the meeting of Voice communication Video communication Text communication These measures plan to empower what it calls "Add up to Conversation" fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Defining the Multimedia Service The ITU-T characterized a progression of administration details and included content and video as parts of the sight and sound administrations (F.700 and F.703) fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Popular Multimedia Systems H.323 – Multimedia correspondence over parcel exchanged systems (Internet) SIP – Session Initiation Protocol (Internet) (IETF) H.320 - Multimedia correspondence over ISDN H.324 – Multimedia correspondence over low piece rate joins (telephone lines and cell phones) fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Problems with These Systems Identified Multimedia frameworks had to a great extent concentrated just on voice and video There was an absence of support for content (or if nothing else worthy content) Video bolster frequently did not mull over the requirements of the hard of hearing fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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More Standards H Series Supplement 1 – Raised mindfulness about gesture based communication and lip perusing as it identifies with video quality T.140 – Standard to permit Unicode for literary discussion IETF RFC 2793 characterizes the vehicle of T.140 over IP systems Used by both H.323 and SIP frameworks fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Integration During the 1997 – 2000 time period, the ITU-T attempted to include bolster for continuous content correspondence to the well known mixed media frameworks Acceptable video support was a greater amount of an instructive work out… and the ITU-T has endeavored to teach! fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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… But Still Segregated The video conferencing frameworks being used today are: Largely utilized between two gatherings who have a similar hardware Not "tied into" the bigger open correspondences organizes Further reconciliation is required fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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The VoIP Revolution Since the late 1990s, the interchanges business has been intensely centered around "voice over IP" or "VoIP" The essential thought is to just utilize the Internet Protocol (IP) to convey voice, video, and information correspondences (sounds sufficiently basic, huh?) fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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The VoIP Revolution (cont) VoIP is still in its early stages, when contrasted with the develop open exchanged phone arrange (PSTN) Even in this way, countless brings are continued IP organizes today Unfortunately, mixed media correspondence benefits (the video and literary segments) have been slower to "take off" fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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GK MGC GK Bridging Two PSTN Networks over an IP Network "Registry" Gatekeepers Service Provider IP Core Network H.323 PSTN Gateways H.248 PSTN Gateways "Message over IP" – V.toip Scheduled for endorsement in January 2004 fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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ToIP Objectives Allow for character-by-character content correspondence Allow for concurrent two-route discussion, alongside voice and video (innate impediments of the PSTN a deterrent) Standardize on a worldwide character set (Unicode) Support all standard TTY gadget sorts characterized in ITU-T V.18 Enable diverse gadget sorts to impart through each other by utilizing the passages as "interworking" gadgets (see next slide) fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Interworking TTY Types using T.140 IP Network Baudot Device V.21 Device T.140 overcomes any issues fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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GK MGC GK Building Bridges to the Enterprise and Residence H.248 PSTN Gateways "Catalog" Gatekeepers Residence Service Provider IP Core Network Enterprise H.323 PSTN Gateways Audio and Video Terminals and TTYs fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Ultimate Goals To permit any gadget to bolster the transmission of video as well as content signs To permit a client on a PC associated with an IP system to visit with a client on a legacy PSTN TTY gadget To enhance correspondences with the across the board selection of video To permit a client with a remote PDA to speak with anyone on the planet To not require exceptional apparatuses for interchanges fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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ITU-T Standards… Enable Video, Text, and Voice Communications. So you can Sign, Type, or Speak. You Decide! fifteenth Biennial TDI International Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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