Subject: Re: SDL-News: Question about SDL2000
From: Rick Reed TSE (rickreed#tseng.co.uk)
Date: Fri Mar 08 2002 - 14:27:14 GMT
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Zhang Yongqian at zhangyq#mail.ustc.edu.cn wrote on 08/03/2002 02:36:
> Hello, SDL experts,
> I wonder whether SDL2000 = Z.109 + Z.100 ? or SDL2000 is a full independent
> version of SDL ?
> If the latter is right, where could I find the document?
SDL-2000 consists of
An update to SDL-2000 was agreed today by ITU-T Study Group 17 and new
versions of Z.100 and Z.106 are now going through the formal approval
process. The texts that have been agreed are sent distributed under the
approval process, which means (unless there are some technical comments that
cannot be easily fixed) these versions become the standards in force.
These texts will be made available to SDL Forum members very soon.
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