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ATIS, the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions, is a nonprofit organization that develops and publishes standards for the telecommunications industry. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., United States, ATIS standards guide telecommunication networks and the devices that run on them in North America and throughout the world. With over 600 professionals in over 250 member companies contributing, ATIS is able to prioritize the most pressing needs of the quickly evolving telecommunications industry. Standards from ATIS are available both individually, directly through the ANSI webstore, and as part of a Standards Subscription. If you or your organization are interested in easy, managed, online access to standards that can be shared, a Standards Subscription may be what you need - please contact us at: StandardsSubscriptions@ansi.org or 1-212-642-4980 or Request Proposal Price.

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ATIS-0600315.2013

Voltage Levels for DC-Powered Equipment Used in the Telecommunications Environment

This standard establishes requirements and test procedures for voltage ranges and characteristics associated with the input voltage of telecommunications equipment powered from dc power systems in the telecommunications environment. It includes + 12, + and - 24, - 48, + and û 130, and 140 VDC.


ATIS-0600015.09.2015

Energy Efficiency for Telecommunication Equipment: Methodology for Measurement and Reporting of Base Station Metrics

This document defines the methodology to be used by vendors and third party test laboratories in the determination of base station input power and energy efficiency.


ATIS-0600307.2014

Fire Resistance Criteria - Ignitability Requirements for Equipment Assemblies, Ancillary Non-Metallic Apparatus, and Fire Spread Requirements for Wire and Cable

This standard covers the fires resistance characteristics of equipment assemblies and selected products and materials used within telecommunications network equipment facilities and spaces of similar function. This standard û along with that latest published version of ATIS-0600319 û shall be used as the means of appraising fire risk within a telecommunications network equipment facility or space with similar function.


J-STD-100 including J-STD-100.a

Joint ATIS/TIA CMAS Mobile Device Behavior Specification (September 2017)

This specification defines a common set of requirements for GSM, UMTS, and CDMA based mobile devices. Implementation of the requirements contained within this specification is mobile device manufacture dependent. This document includes J-STD-100.a, approved December 2012, and ATIS-0700032, approved September 2017.


ATIS-0300253.2011

Identification of Location Entities for Information Exchange

This standard defines the format and structure of data elements and the overall code necessary to provide a form of identification of location entities for the purpose of efficient information exchange. It also provides for instances of codes to represent geographical locations (e.g. cities, towns, and communities) within the states and territories of the United States and the provinces and territories of Canada, as well as in other countries and unique designations. This standard also provides information for the assignment of these codes. The provision of instances of the remaining data elements in the overall location code is also described. The remaining data elements needed to complete the assignment of unique location codes are administered by the maintenance agent in concert with its licensed customers. This standard is based on the description and assigned values of CLLIÖ codes that are widely used in the industry. (COMMON LANGUAGE« is a registered trademark and CLLIÖ is a registered trademark of Telcordia Technologies, Inc.)


ATIS-0600010.01.2017

Temperature, Humidity, Altitude, and Salt Fog Requirements for Network Telecommunications Equipment Utilized in Outside Plant Environments

This standard covers the minimum temperature, humidity, altitude, and salt fog criteria for telecommunications network equipment to be installed and utilized by service providers in Outside Plant (OSP) environments. These environments include those in OSP cabinet enclosure, pedestals, etc.


ATIS-0600313.2013

Electrical Protection for Telecommunications Central Offices and Similar Type Facilities

Telecommunications central offices, data centers, electronic equipment enclosures (EEE), and similar type facilities are often subjected to disturbances from lightning and ac power link faults, either directly or indirectly, through the communications cables and ac power facilities that serve them. This standard provides the minimum electrical protection, grounding, and bonding criteria necessary to mitigate the disruptive and damaging effects of lightning and ac power faults. It is intended to serve as a guide for designers of such facilities in the application of electrical protection, grounding, and bonding as a function of the electrical environment.


ATIS-0600315.2018

Voltage Levels for DC-Powered Equipment Used in the Telecommunications Environment

This standard establishes requirements and test procedures for voltage ranges and characteristics associated with the input voltage of telecommunications equipment powered from dc power systems in the telecommunications environment. It includes + 12, + and - 24, - 48, + and û 130, and 140 VDC.


ATIS-0700008.v002

Cell Broadcast Entity (CBE)-to-Cell Broadcast Center (CBC) Interface Specification, Revision 2

This Standard defines the interface and message transfer protocol between a Cell Broadcast Entity (CBE) and a Cell Broadcast Center (CBC) to support text-based Cell Broadcast Services. This Standard supports the requirements of the FCC Report & Order 16-127 and the FCC Order on Reconsideration 17-143.


ATIS-0800043.v002

Content on Demand Metadata Schema and Metadata Transactions

This document defines the metadata for use on interfaces related to the delivery of Content on Demand according to ATIS-0800042, IPTV Content on Demand Service. NOTE - Annex A, ATIS IIF Content on Demand Metadata Schema, of this Standard has also been formatted as a separate zip file and electronically packaged with this standard.


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