[SYMBOL] [A] [B] [C] [D] [E] [F] [G] [H] [I] [J] [K] [L] [M] [N] [O] [P] [Q] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [W] [X] [Y] [Z]

T-1 lines 2nd
        CAS (Channel Associated Signaling)
T-carrier circuits
tailor-made private telecommunications networks
tar application, extracting compressed source code
TCP transport-layer protocol
        SIP and
        VoIP Quality of Service and
TDD MODE command
TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) hardware
TDM bridged calls, echo cancellation
TDM400P card
        determining FXO and FXS ports
        requirement for PCI Version 2.2
        with one FXO module, verifying hardware and ports
TDM400P Revision H card, PCI ID
technology (or transport), Dial( ) application
teenagers' calls, managing
telecommunications networks (private), tailor-made
telecommunications systems
        power supply requirements
telephone extensions
Telephone Number Mapping (ENUM) group
telephone numbering plan, maintaining
        analog interfaces
        analog, parts of
        boosting ringing voltage
        echo generated by low-quality phones
        multiline, SIP
                analog phones
                digital telephones
                IP telephones
                ISDN telephones
        soft phones
                Pulse-Code Modulation (PCM)
        digital circuit-switched network
        fear campaign by traditional industry players
        open source, promise of
                open architecture
                passionate community
                rapid response to new technologies
                responding to customer needs
                standards compliance
                things now possible
        opportunities for open source
        packet-switched networks
        paradigm shift
        traditional, problems with
                clinging to the past
                closed thinking
                limited standard compliance
                slow release cycles
telephony adaptors
telephony drivers, Zapata, compiling
temperature (equipment rooms)
text-messaging systems, uniting with voice-messaging
text-to-speech engines, Cepstral
text2wave utility (Festival)
three-way calling
        on analog line
        on FXO channel
Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) hardware
time limit, turning off for PHP invocations from command line
Time To Live (ttl) field (dundi.conf)
time zone (tx) option, mailboxes
time-based conditional branching
TIMEOUT( ) function
        Dial( ) application argument
        handling for user input
timing device (ztdummy)
timing source, systems without hardware mechanism
Tip and Ring wires (analog phones)
TLS (Transport Layer Security)
toll fraud
        NANP (North American Number Plan) and
        securing your system from
tone zone
        setting in zconfig.h
touch-tone dialing
Transfer( ) application
translation costs between audio formats
Transport Layer Security (TLS)
transport protocols, Internet, real-time media streaming and
transport-layer protocols for SIP
        IAX protocol
        iax2 trunk debug command
        use of ISDN
trunking provided by BRI ISDN
TrySystem( ) application
TXTCIDName( ) application

Asterisk. The Future of Telephony
Asterisk: The Future of Telephony: The Future of Telephony
Year: 2001
Pages: 380

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