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Telecommunications specialized customer premises equipment for the disabled

Telecommunications specialized customer premises equipment for the disabled

federal actions affecting its provision

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Published by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Telecommunication -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Telephone -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Communication devices for people with disabilities -- United States,
  • Telecommunications devices for the deaf -- Law and legislation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAngele A. Gilroy
    SeriesReport (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service) -- no. 85-630 E, Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1985-1986, reel 9, fr. 000396
    ContributionsLibrary of Congress. Congressional Research Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15454620M

    New information and communication technologies have a significant impact on the interaction and structure of Australian cities. via telecommunications networks, public or private, are dependent on both the networks (described above) and the customer premises equipment (CPE). With the costs of processing, memory and switching dropping, and Author: Marina Cavill. Accessibility General Contact Information. Voice: () Text: () Video Phone: () Email: [email protected] Campus Information. The following link will open a new window or tab, with a list of TCC campuses.

      The Telecommunications Act of was the first major overhaul of United States telecommunications law in nearly 62 years, amending the Communications Act of , and leading to media consolidation.— Excerpted from Telecommunications Act of on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Note: This is the original legislation as it was initially enacted. IT, Disabilities, Research and the Process of Learning. Bodil Jönsson, Ph D, Ass prof § will have a deep influence also in Europe on the telecommunications and thus on IT and leaming. or providers shall "ensure that the equipment or service is compatible with existing peripheral devices or specialized customer premises equipment.

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Telecommunications specialized customer premises equipment for the disabled Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Telecommunications specialized customer premises equipment for the disabled: federal actions affecting its provision. [Angele A Gilroy; Library of. In general, solutions to telecommunications barriers had focused primarily on adaptations to inaccessible equipment and the provision of specialized customer premises equipment.

Lately, some service providers and manufacturers have become aware that solutions to barriers for individuals with disabilities are sometimes of benefit to a wider. Implementation of Section and (a)(2) of the Communications Act ofas Enacted by the Telecommunications Act ofAccess to Telecommunications Services, Telecommunications Equipment, and Customer Premises Equipment by Persons with Disabilities, Report and Order and Further Notice of Inquiry, WT Dkt No.FCC16 FCC Cited by: 1.

equipment” is defined as equipment, other than customer premises equipment, used by a carrier to provide telecommunications services.

“Customer premises equipment” is equipment employed on the premises of a person (other than a carrier) to originate, route, or terminate telecommunications. A “telecommunications service” is the.

47 cfr part 6 - access to telecommunications service, telecommunications equipment and customer premises equipment by persons with disabilities. "Customer premises equipment" is equipment employed on the premises of a person (other than a carrier) to originate, route, or terminate telecommunications.

A "telecommunications service" is the offering of telecommunications for a fee directly to the public, or to such classes of users as to be effectively available directly to the public. (e) Guidelines Within 18 months after February 8,the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board shall develop guidelines for accessibility of telecommunications equipment and customer premises equipment in conjunction with the Commission.

The Board shall review and update the guidelines periodically. Isn't it "Customer Premise Equipment". I thought it was "Customer Premise Equipment". [sic] That is, the singular rather than the plural. It was back in the 's, anyway. Erikb10 September (UTC) Nevermind. I looked it up in the PDF (?) of the Communications Act.

It is "Premises". Customer Premises Equipment by Persons with Disabilities WT Docket No. I I. Ameritech Maintains a Firm Commitment to Telecommunications Accessibility. Section of the Telecommunications Act of has brought a new focus of attention to the design and marketing of telecommunica-tions services and equipment for persons with.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has rules requiring telecommunications equipment manufacturers and service providers to make their products and services accessible to people with disabilities, if such access is readily achievable.

These rules implement Section of the Communications Act. Where access is not readily achievable, Section requires manufacturers. Advanced Fibre Communications, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of telecommunication access solutions and services.

Its solutions and services enable the connection between the central office switches of telecommunications service providers and their end users for voice and Internet, data, and video communications. ''SCPE'', specialized, customer-premises equipment, such as artificial larynxes, signaling devices, amplified handset, hands-free telephones, text telephones, memory telephones, direct telephone dialing device, braille text telephones, captioned telephone, and other devices which provide access to telephone networks for people with a hearing.

Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) Telephone or other service provider equipment that is located on the physical location rather than on the provider's location or in between.

Telephone handsets, cable TV set-top boxes, and Digital Subscriber Line routers are examples. Telecommunications (Equipment for the Disabled) Regulations I, WILLIAM PATRICK DEANE, G overnor-G eneral of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following Regulations under the Telecommunications Act Dated 18 June The Specialized Telecommunications Assistance Program (STAP) was created under authority of the Utilities Code, Chap Subchapter E.

This chapter outlines the general program operations that provide assistance to people with disabilities in Texas.

STAP provides vouchers to assist with buying. The standards in this section are applicable Decemexcept as stated in paragraphs (c)(2) and (c)(7) of this section. (a) Operational standards - (1) Communications assistant (CA). (i) TRS providers are responsible for requiring that all CAs be sufficiently trained to effectively meet the specialized communications needs of individuals with hearing and speech disabilities.

EnhancedE or E is a system used in North America to automatically provide the caller's location to dispatchers. is the universal emergency telephone number in the region. In the European Union, a similar system exists known as E (where is the emergency access number) and known as eCall when called by a vehicle.

An incoming call is routed to a Public Safety. Telecommunications equipment that is located on the customer’s premises (physical location) rather than on the provider’s premises or in premises (physical location) rather than on the provider’s premises or in. Telecommunications equipment that is located on customer's premise physical location rather than on the provider' premise or in between ISP (internet service provider) A company that provide other companies or individual with access to, or presence on the internet.

an. In the Matter of Implementation of Sections and (a)(2) of the Communications Act ofas Enacted by the Telecommunications Act of Access to Telecommunications Service, Telecommunications Equipment and Customer Premises Equipment by Persons with Disabilities, WT Docket No.

REPORT AND ORDER AND FURTHER NOTICE OF INQUIRY () (excerpts). The Australian Communications and Media Authority (the ACMA) has made the Telecommunications Disability Standard (Requirements for Customer Equipment for use with the Standard Telephone Service – Features for special needs of persons with disabilities – AS/ACIF S) (the Standard) to replace the Telecommunications Disability.ACCESSIBILITY OF PIONEER SERVICES BY DISABLED INDIVIDUALS.

Effective August 9, The Communications Act requires certain service providers and equipment manufacturers 1 to ensure their services and equipment are accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities 2, if readily achievable ing Januthese service providers and equipment manufacturers are .The equipment positions are equipped with redundant power supply, cooling and, if needed, 24/7 maintenance.

The solutions are ideal for operators needing high-quality equipment space services and requiring equipment space with high-level security, maintenance and easy access to data communications networks.