Conventional Signaling (CS)

The IEEE defines signaling as the exchange of information specifically concerned with the establishment and control of connections and the transfer of user-to-user and management information over a telecommunication network. Conventional signaling has evolved with the telephone network. Defining the functional areas: Supervisory Signaling, Address Signaling, Call Progress: Audible-Visual, and signaling techniques for conveying signaling information.

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