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All calls ultimately will require a database lookup in an SCP, which contains a table of the telephone numbers and their current location, increasing SS7 traffic dramatically. High-speed SS7 links, which operate at full T1 rates (1.544 Mbps) have been developed and will be brought into service as quickly as possible. 31.9 Conclusion The SS7 protocol, initially developed in the late 1960s to improve telephone call setup, has stood up extremely well to the increasing demands of network expansion, new services, and regulatory changes. It seems set to continue to serve telecom networks in the future.
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Equalization charge: charging a lead-acid battery at a voltage suf cient to cause rapid gassing, the purpose being the conversion of crystalline lead sulfate on the plates back to lead and sulfuric acid. Equipment housing: the outside shell of equipment supplied by the manufacturer of the device, or a box, shell, or enclosure provided by the equipment installer. This shell provides personnel protection from electrical hazards, burns, rotating machinery, sharp edges, and provides protection to the device from mechanical damage or weather. Excitation: a voltage applied to the eld winding of a generator in order to initiate charging. Excitation winding: a separate, small winding in the stator of brushless alternators to initiate charging. Farad: the unit of capacitance. The size of a capacitor is 1 farad when it stores 1 coulomb of charge with 1 volt across its terminals. Field winding: a coil of wire used to generate a magnetic eld in a generator or alternator. 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Galvanic isolator: a device installed in series with the grounding (green or green w/yellow stripe) conductor of the shorepower cable to block low-voltage DC galvanic current ow, but permit the passage of alternating current normally associated with the grounding (green or green w/yellow stripe) conductor. Galvanic series: a list of metals and alloys arranged in order of their potentials as measured in relation to a reference electrode when immersed in seawater. The table of potentials is arranged with the anodic or least noble metals at one end and the cathodic or most noble metals at the other. Gassing: the generation of hydrogen and oxygen when a leadacid battery is overcharged. Generator: a machine that produces AC electricity when its coils are spun inside a magnetic eld. Giga (G): pre x meaning 109 or 1 billion. Grid: one of the lead-alloy frames that conduct current to and support the active material in a lead-acid battery. 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and the prevention of duplication or lost packets are crucial to network operations. To satisfy differing functions, the stack uses various protocols on the upper layers, but consistently use the same lower layers.
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Call trace application. The call trace application applies to ISUP and 800 calls. It allows a user to trace one or more calls to or from a number, or between two numbers. The number to be traced can contain up to 26 digits or can be a combination of digits and wildcards. In addition, the user can choose the source of messages to be either a selection of signaling links in real time or from a set of previously recorded capture buffers. In the case of an 800 call, the interaction with the SCP also will be traced. Figure 33.11 shows an example of an 800 number call trace, together with the additional decode information available to the user. The trace may be applied to one or more monitored linksets. Telephone numbers to be traced can be specified with trailing wild cards. Decoding in call trace follows a
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A project is underway in the Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links (TRILL) working group of IETF. It is not explicitly tackling the problem of provider networks, but is mentioned here for completeness. Its basic purpose is to employ routing techniques to forward bridged traffic. The TRILL website should be consulted for further information at:
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