Section II - The Protocol Stack
From the Top Down: Other Input to the Protocol Stack - Advanced Data Services


Advanced Applications Services Transport (AAT)
        Data Transport Packet
        AAT PDU
        AAT PDU Stream
        Reed-Solomon FEC
        Interleaving
        Block Boundaries
Bearer Channels
Data Transport Packet Format
        Port Number
        Sequence Number
HDLC-Like Framing
Reed-Solomon Coding and Interleaving
Insertion into Bearer Channel
        Opportunistic Bearer
        Fixed Bearer

Above AAT- What Happens Outside NRSC-5?
Learning from History
A Better Reason to Use AAT Subchannels
The Radio Broadcasting Model for Advanced Data Services
Revenue Comparisons
Network Design Modeling
The Flow of IBOC Transmissions
The Concept of Multiple Services Sharing the Pipe
Use Cases and Service & Receiver Classifications
            Applications Examples
            Features Examples
        Service Classes
        Use Mapping
        Receiver Classes
        Classes Are the Key to Interoperability
Use Cases Lead to Protocols

Advanced Data Service Protocols (Not in NRSC-5)

Service Discovery

Telematics
Traffic Message Channel

End of the IBOC Stack

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Chapter 11: TABLES
11.1 Protocols Addressed in Chapter 11
11.2 Layer 2 PDU Formats
11.3 AAS PDU Format
11.4 Coarse Estimate of Subcarrier Value
11.5 Selected Use Cases Identified in the Impulse Radio Study

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Chapter 11: FIGURES
11.1 NRSC-5 Protocol Stack with SIS and ADS
11.2 IBOC as a Multichannel Modem
11.3 Steps in Packaging the AAS Transport
11.4 Conceptual IBOC Exciter Inputs/Outputs
11.5 Comparison of Leased Model with Spot Model for Data Services
11.6 Use Map Illustrating Relationships among Classifications

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