TR41-04-08-014-L-TIAandTR41Overview

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TR41-04-08-014-L
TIA and TR-41 Overview
Stephen R Whitesell
TR-41 Chair
VTech Communications
TIA
Telecommunications
Industry
Association
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TIA
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is the
leading trade organization serving the communications and IT
industry, with proven strengths in standards development,
domestic and international public policy, and trade shows.
Through its worldwide activities, TIA facilitates business
development opportunities and a competitive market
environment. The association provides a forum for its member
companies, the manufacturers and suppliers of products and
services used in global communications. TIA is accredited by
the American National Standards Institute to develop American
National Standards used in the industry. TIA represents the
communications sector of the Electronic Industries Alliance
(EIA).
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TIA
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is the
leading trade organization serving the communications and IT
industry, with proven strengths in standards development,
domestic and international public policy, and trade shows.
Through its worldwide activities, TIA facilitates business
development opportunities and a competitive market
environment. The association provides a forum for its member
companies, the manufacturers and suppliers of products and
services used in global communications. TIA is accredited by
the American National Standards Institute to develop American
National Standards used in the industry. TIA represents the
communications sector of the Electronic Industries Alliance
(EIA).
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TIA
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is the
leading trade organization serving the communications and IT
industry, with proven strengths in standards development,
domestic and international public policy, and trade shows.
Through its worldwide activities, TIA facilitates business
development opportunities and a competitive market
environment. The association provides a forum for its member
companies, the manufacturers and suppliers of products and
services used in global communications. TIA is accredited by
the American National Standards Institute to develop American
National Standards used in the industry. TIA represents the
communications sector of the Electronic Industries Alliance
(EIA).
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TIA
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is the
leading trade organization serving the communications and IT
industry, with proven strengths in standards development,
domestic and international public policy, and trade shows.
Through its worldwide activities, TIA facilitates business
development opportunities and a competitive market
environment. The association provides a forum for its member
companies, the manufacturers and suppliers of products and
services used in global communications. TIA is accredited by
the American National Standards Institute to develop American
National Standards used in the industry. TIA represents the
communications sector of the Electronic Industries Alliance
(EIA).
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TIA Structure
 Departments (Staff)
• Standards and Technology
• External Affairs and Global Policy
• Others
 Divisions (Volunteers)
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User Premises Equipment
Wireless Communications
Fiber Optics
Others
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TIA Structure
 Standing Committees
• Technical
• Public Policy
• Others
 Engineering Committees
• FO-4, Fiber Optics
• TR-30, Multi-Media Access, Protocols, and Interfaces
• TR-41, User Premises Telecommunications
Requirements
• TR-45, Mobile & Personal Communications
• Others
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TIA Standards Development
 Complies with ANSI Due Process Requirements
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Open to All Materially Affected Parties
Balance of Interests
Fair and Equitable Consideration of Views
Written Procedures
Right to Appeal
 Types of Documents
• ANSI/TIA Standards
• TIA Only Standards
• Telecommunications Systems Bulletins (TSBs)
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TR-41
User Premises
Telecommunications
Requirements
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TR-41 Scope
Addresses voluntary standards for telecommunications terminal
equipment and systems, specifically those used for voice service,
integrated voice and data service, and Internet Protocol (IP)
applications. The work involves developing performance and
interface criteria for equipment, systems and private networks, as
well as the information necessary to ensure their proper
interworking with each other, with public networks, with IP
telephony infrastructures, and with carrier-provided private-line
services. It also includes providing input on product safety
issues, identifying environmental considerations for user
premises equipment, and addressing the administrative aspects
of product approval processes. In addition, TR-41 develops
criteria for preventing harm to the telephone network that become
mandatory when adopted by the Administrative Council for
Terminal Attachments (ACTA).
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TR-41 Scope
Addresses voluntary standards for telecommunications terminal
equipment and systems, specifically those used for voice service,
integrated voice and data service, and Internet Protocol (IP)
applications. The work involves developing performance and
interface criteria for equipment, systems and private networks, as
well as the information necessary to ensure their proper
interworking with each other, with public networks, with IP
telephony infrastructures, and with carrier-provided private-line
services. It also includes providing input on product safety
issues, identifying environmental considerations for user
premises equipment, and addressing the administrative aspects
of product approval processes. In addition, TR-41 develops
criteria for preventing harm to the telephone network that become
mandatory when adopted by the Administrative Council for
Terminal Attachments (ACTA).
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TR-41 Scope
Addresses voluntary standards for telecommunications terminal
equipment and systems, specifically those used for voice service,
integrated voice and data service, and Internet Protocol (IP)
applications. The work involves developing performance and
interface criteria for equipment, systems and private networks, as
well as the information necessary to ensure their proper
interworking with each other, with public networks, with IP
telephony infrastructures, and with carrier-provided private-line
services. It also includes providing input on product safety
issues, identifying environmental considerations for user
premises equipment, and addressing the administrative aspects
of product approval processes. In addition, TR-41 develops
criteria for preventing harm to the telephone network that become
mandatory when adopted by the Administrative Council for
Terminal Attachments (ACTA).
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TR-41 Scope
Addresses voluntary standards for telecommunications terminal
equipment and systems, specifically those used for voice service,
integrated voice and data service, and Internet Protocol (IP)
applications. The work involves developing performance and
interface criteria for equipment, systems and private networks, as
well as the information necessary to ensure their proper
interworking with each other, with public networks, with IP
telephony infrastructures, and with carrier-provided private-line
services. It also includes providing input on product safety
issues, identifying environmental considerations for user
premises equipment, and addressing the administrative aspects
of product approval processes. In addition, TR-41 develops
criteria for preventing harm to the telephone network that become
mandatory when adopted by the Administrative Council for
Terminal Attachments (ACTA).
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TR-41 Structure
 TR-41.1 - Telephony Aspects of MLTS and VoIP
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Equipment
TR-41.3 – Analog and Digital Wireline Terminals
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TR-41.3.8 – Network Signaling
TR-41.3.9 – Cordless Telephones
TR-41.3.10 – Hands Free Telephones
TR-41.3.11 – Headsets
 TR-41.4 – VoIP Systems: IP Telephony
Infrastructure and Endpoints
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TR-41 Structure
 TR-41.7 – Environmental and Safety Considerations
• TR-41.7.1 – Harmonization of International Safety
Standards
• TR-41.7.4 – Environmental Considerations
• TR-41.7.5 – Overcurrent Protection Devices
 TR-41.9 – Technical and Administrative Regulatory
Considerations
• TR-41.9.2 – Rationale and Measurement Guidelines
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Standards
(Partial List)
 TIA-464-C – Requirements for PBX Switching
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Equipment
TIA-470-C – Requirements for Analog Telephones
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TIA-470.110-C – Handset Acoustics
TIA-470.210-C – Resistance and Impedance
TIA-470.220-C – Alerter Acoustic Output
TIA-470.310-C – Cordless Telephone Range Measurement
 TIA-571-A – Environmental Considerations
 TIA-810-A – Transmission Requirements for
Narrowband VoIP and PCM Wireline Telephones
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Standards
(Partial List)
 TIA-IS-811 – Performance and Interoperability
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Requirements for VoIP Feature Telephones
TIA-912 – IP Voice Gateway Transmission
Requirements
TIA-920 – Transmission Requirements for
Wideband Digital Wireline Telephones
TIA-968-A – Requirements for Connection of
Equipment to the Network (FCC Part 68)
TIA-TSB-116 – Voice Quality Recommendations for
IP Telephony
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Future Meeting Schedule
 November 8-12, 2004 – San Antonio, TX
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St Anthony Hotel (Wyndham), 300 East Travis
February 7-11, 2005 – Las Vegas, NV
Embassy Suites - Tentative
May 9-13, 2005
August 8-12, 2005
November 7-11, 2005
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Additional Information
 www.tiaonline.org/standards/sfg/tr-41
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Meeting Notices and Schedules
Agendas and Meeting Reports for Individual Groups
Mission and Scope Statements
Public FTP Access (Meeting Folders and Contributions)
VoIP Standards (Free Download)
Part 68 FAQs and Regulatory Approvals Guide
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Contact Information
Stephen R Whitesell
Chair, TIA TR-41
Senior Technical Consultant
Standards & Regulatory Matters
VTech Communications
Tel: 732 751 1079
Fax: 732 751 0095
Email: [email protected]
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