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Application of ISDN D channel for teleaction teleservices

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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Objectives and motivation Teleaction Teleservice applications on ISDN are just emerging as commercial products. The main objective of this project is to study the standards, design and performance of Electronic Fund Transfer application on ISDN D channel. System design includes the description of system elements. Delay performance of ISDN D channel is investigated using SIMSCRIF'T 11.5 simulation language. In comparison to the high speed, multi-media topics prevalent in today's communications business, teleaction teleservices are not glamorous. They operate at low data speeds and may not spin off new technologies. How ever they also have attractive features. They meet existing customer needs, they are relatively easy to deliver and new market opportunities exist for them. They can provide near term revenues for communications providers, near term market growth for service providers and wide variety of new, useful services for end users. The success of teleaction services could be a key to the future growth of the communications industry.


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