ETSI ES 201 873-6

Methods for Testing and Specification (MTS); The Testing and Test Control Notation version 3; Part 6: TTCN-3 Control Interface (TCI)

Published by: 2016-07-01 / 2016-07-01 / 372 pages
The present document specifies the control interfaces for TTCN-3 test system implementations. The TTCN-3 Control
Interfaces provide a standardized adaptation for management, test component handling and encoding/decoding of a test
system to a particular test platform. The present document defines the interfaces as a set of operations independent of a
target language.

The interfaces are defined to be compatible with the TTCN-3 standard (see clause 2). The interface definition uses the
CORBA Interface Definition Language (IDL) to specify the TCI completely. Clauses 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 present
language mappings for this abstract specification to the target languages Java™, ANSI C, C++, XML and C#.
A summary of the IDL-based interface specification is provided in annex A.

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ETSI TS 123 228

Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS); Stage 2 (3GPP TS 23.228 version 13.5.0 Release 13)

Published by: 2016-04-01 / 2016-04-01 / 316 pages
ETSI TS 123 228 defines the stage-2 service description for the IP Multimedia Core Network Subsystem (IMS), which
includes the elements necessary to support IP Multimedia (IM) services. ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [4] describes a
three-stage method for characterisation of telecommunication services, and ITU-T Recommendation Q.65 [3] defines
stage 2 of the method.

This document does not cover the Access Network functionality except as they relate to provision of IM services, these
aspects are covered in the normative Annex E.

This document identifies the mechanisms to enable support for IP multimedia applications. In order to align IP
multimedia applications wherever possible with non-3GPP IP applications, the general approach is to adopt non-3GPP
specific IP based solutions.

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ETSI TS 119 164-5

Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI); Associated Signature Containers (ASiC) – Testing Compliance and Interoperability; Part 5: Testing Conformance of additional ASiC containers

Published by: 2016-06-01 / 2016-06-01 / 17 pages
The present document defines the sets of checks required for testing conformance of ASiC containers against:

  • ASiC containers conforming to building blocks defined in ETSI EN 319 162-1 [1] and containing extended CAdES [i.5] and extended XAdES [i.6] digital dignatures, expanding the scope of ASiC baseline containers also defined in ETSI EN 319 162-1 [1]; and
  • additional containers defined in ETSI EN 319 162-2 [2]. The set of checks that are common with ASiC baseline containers, are defined in ETSI TS 119 164-4 [5] and referenced when needed.

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ETSI TR 103 352

Satellite Earth Stations and Systems (SES); Energy efficiency of satellite broadband network

Published by: 2016-06-01 / 2016-06-01 / 21 pages
Up until now, broadband services have mainly been provided using fixed (VDSL or optical) or mobile (3G or LTE) networks. However, satellite networks are now becoming able to provide broadband services of similar bandwidth and response times to those from terrestrial networks, especially with the introduction of new hybrid satellite networks where alternative paths can be selected depending on the bandwidth and response times required. It is therefore useful to be able to assess the energy efficiency of satellite networks and compare this on an equivalent basis to the energy
efficiency of terrestrial networks.

Energy efficiency is also a growing concern in the design of satellite networks and there are increasing efforts to minimize the energy consumption of SatCom systems, especially in the ground segment where most terminals have been designed to operate on an always-on basis. By carrying out an assessment of the energy efficiency of a satellite network, the subsystems and components that have the most impact can be identified and attention paid to reducing their energy consumption. In particular, given the relatively large numbers of satellite terminals in operation, their
impact can be identified compared with that of the other subsystems and appropriate measures taken to improve their energy efficiency.

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ASTM D2876-00(2016)

Standard Test Method for Water-Soluble Matter of Vegetable-Tanned Leather

Published by: 2016-09-01 / 2016-09-01 / 3 pages

1.1 This test method covers the determination of the water-soluble materials in all types of vegetable-tanned leathers. This test method does not apply to wet blue.

1.2 The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as standard. No other units of measurement are included in this standard.

1.3 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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ToxServices GS-742

2,2′-Methylenediphenyl Diisocyanate (CAS# 2536-05-2) GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals (GreenScreen) Assessment

Published by: 2015-12-15 / 2015-12-15 / 36 pages
2,2′-Methylenediphenyl diisocyanate is a chemical that is used in the production of rigid
polyurethane foams, adhesives, paints, weather resistant sealing materials, and footwear.

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ToxServices GS-702

Poly-(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-phosphino-omega-(octyloxy)-/Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha,alpha’-phosphinicobis(omega-(octyloxy)- (CAS# 31800-88-1/31800-89-2) GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals (GreenScreen) Assessment

Published by: 2015-10-12 / 2015-10-12 / 48 pages
Based on their chemical structure, poly-(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-phosphino-omega-(octyloxy)- and
poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha,alpha’-phosphinicobis(omega-(octyloxy)- are surfactants. No
information was identified for these chemicals.

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ETSI TS 119 144-2

Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI); PAdES digital signatures – Testing Conformance and Interoperability; Part 2: Test suites for testing interoperability of PAdES baseline signatures

Published by: 2016-06-01 / 2016-06-01 / 18 pages
The present document defines a number of test suites to assess the interoperability between implementations claiming conformance to PAdES baseline signatures [2].

The test suites are defined with four different layers reflecting the four different levels of PAdES baseline signatures:

  • Tests suite addressing interoperability between applications claiming B-B level conformance.
  • Tests suite addressing interoperability between applications claiming B-T level conformance.
  • Tests suite addressing interoperability between applications claiming B-LT level conformance.
  • Tests suite addressing interoperability between applications claiming B-LTA level conformance.

Test suites also cover augmentation of PAdES baseline signatures and negative test cases.

These test suites are agnostic of the PKI infrastructure. Any PKI infrastructure can be used including the one based on EU Member States Trusted Lists.

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ETSI TR 121 900

Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); LTE; Technical Specification Group working methods (3GPP TR 21.900 version 11.2.0 Release 11)

Published by: 2016-04-01 / 2016-04-01 / 9 pages
ETSI TR 121 900 outlines the working methods to be used by the 3GPP Technical Specification Groups and their Working
Groups and their Sub-Groups, and by the 3GPP Support Team in relation to document management, i.e. handling of
specifications, updating procedures, Change Request procedures, version control mechanisms, specifications status
information etc. It complements the rules and procedures defined for 3GPP. This document does not stipulate the details
of the internal working of the TSG Sub-Groups. From the Technical Specification Group point of view, a task and
responsibility is given to a Working Group directly answering to the Technical Specification Group. In practice, the
work/task may be carried out in a subgroup of that Working Group.

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