### Table 4: Delay Guideline ITU-T G.114

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### Table 1. ITU-T Carrier Ethernet Recommendations

"... In PAGE 13: ...1ar Secure Device Identifier Demarcation 802.1aj Demarcation devices Table1 . IEEE Standards targeted at Carrier Ethernet Deployments... ..."

### Table 2: ITU-T Q.24 DTMF specifications Frequency tolerances

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"... In PAGE 10: ...able 1: DTMF frequencies according to ITU-T Q.24.................................................. 2 Table2 : ITU-T Q.... In PAGE 10: ...able 19: Minimum buffer size for a sufficient accuracy for 27.5Hz......................... 84 Table2 0: Comparing latency and speedup for an input of 27.... In PAGE 10: ...able 20: Comparing latency and speedup for an input of 27.5Hz............................ 85 Table2 1: Comparing minimum buffer sizes for a sufficient accuracy.... In PAGE 10: ...able 21: Comparing minimum buffer sizes for a sufficient accuracy...................... 86 Table2 2: MIDI numbers and corresponding frequencies .... In PAGE 10: ...able 22: MIDI numbers and corresponding frequencies ........................................ 103 Table2 3: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 440Hz .... In PAGE 10: ...able 23: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 440Hz .............................. 104 Table2 4: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 4186.... In PAGE 10: ...able 24: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 4186.01Hz ....................... 105 Table2 5: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 27.... In PAGE 10: ...able 25: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 27.5Hz ............................. 106 Table2 6: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 1046.... In PAGE 10: ...able 26: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 1046.5Hz.................... 107 Table2 7: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 523.... In PAGE 10: ...able 27: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 523.25Hz.................... 108 Table2 8: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 261.... In PAGE 10: ...able 28: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 261.63Hz.................... 109 Table2 9: MatLab script demonstrating the DFT with leakage effect.... In PAGE 99: ...f 0.82Hz the most sensitive case. Table 20 shows the minimum demanded buffer sizes N and their latencies and speedups with respect to this accuracy. Table2 0: Comparing latency and speedup for an input of 27.5Hz FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT N gt; 8192 gt; 8192 gt; 8192 4096 Latency [s] gt; 5.... In PAGE 100: ... When speaking of accuracy, it is useful to find out the minimum buffer size that is possible to obtain a sufficient accuracy as summed up in table 21. Table2 1: Comparing minimum buffer sizes for a sufficient accuracy Frequency FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT 440Hz 1024 128 256 1024 4186.01Hz 256 128 256 256 27.... In PAGE 117: ...Appendix A: MIDI Numbers and Corresponding Frequencies Table2 2: MIDI numbers and corresponding frequencies MIDI number Note Frequency [Hz] Absolute Tolerance [Hz] MIDI number Note Frequency [Hz] Absolute Tolerance [Hz] 21 A0 27.50 - 65 F4 349.... In PAGE 118: ...Appendix B: Measurement Results for Sinusoidal Inputs Table2 3: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 440Hz Average estimated frequency [Hz] Average cycles N FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT N FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT 32 2.... In PAGE 119: ... Table2 4: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 4186.01Hz Average estimated frequency [Hz] Average cycles N FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT N FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT 32 3.... In PAGE 120: ... Table2 5: Measurement results for a sinusoidal input of 27.5Hz Average estimated frequency [Hz] Average cycles N FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT N FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT 32 5.... In PAGE 121: ...Appendix C: Measurement Results for Inputs of Musical Notes Table2 6: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 1046.5Hz Flute C6 Estimated frequency [Hz] Piano C6 Estimated frequency [Hz] t [s] FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT t [s] FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT 0.... In PAGE 122: ... Table2 7: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 523.25Hz Flute C5 Estimated frequency [Hz] Piano C5 Estimated frequency [Hz] t [s] FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT t [s] FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT 0.... In PAGE 123: ... Table2 8: Estimated frequencies for instrumental inputs of 261.63Hz Flute C4 Estimated frequency [Hz] Piano C4 Estimated frequency [Hz] t [s] FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT t [s] FFT Goertzel DFT NDFT 0.... In PAGE 124: ...Appendix D: MatLab Script and C Source Code for the DFT Table2 9: MatLab script demonstrating the DFT with leakage effect function dft_sinusoid_leakage(f_signal, f_sample, window_width) %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% amplitude over time %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% t_max = window_width / f_signal; % to obtain the period t=0:t_max / f_sample : t_max;%t={0;T}, delta t = 1/f_sample for f_signal=1Hz y = sin(2 * pi * f_signal * t); %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% amplitude over samples %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Omega=2*pi*(f_signal / f_sample); % normed frequency N = window_width * (f_sample / f_signal)% Omega*n=w*t= gt;n=t*f_sample n=0:(N-1);%ifwindow_width is not an integer, there is leakage x = sin(Omega* n); % the sampled signal %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% magnitude over samples %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% X = dft(x); % the signal apos;s spectrum Re = real(X); Im = imag(X); mag = abs(X); % the magnitude %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% magnitude over frequency %%%%%%%%%%%%%%% [max_mag,max_index] = max(mag(1:N/2)); % find the maximum peak in the spectrum f_max = (f_sample / N) * max_index % evaluating the frequency range f = (f_sample / N) * n; figure( apos;Name apos;, apos;DFT - a single sinusoid and its spectrum apos;, apos;NumberTitle apos;, apos;off apos;); left = 0.085; height = 0.... ..."

### Table 1: State probabilities [%] for the SCT and iSCT scenarios and ITU-T Rec. P.59 [4].

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### Table 2: Sojourn Times for the SCT and iSCT scenarios and ITU-T Rec. P.59 [4].

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### Table 1: State probabilities [%] for the SCT and iSCT scenarios and ITU-T Rec. P.59 [4].

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### Table 2: Sojourn Times for the SCT and iSCT scenarios and ITU-T Rec. P.59 [4].

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### Table 1. ATM layer performance parameters from ITU-T Recommendation I.356

"... In PAGE 2: ... CER is, on the other hand, a value that can be derived from the bit- error-ratio in communications systems. From the list of parameters in Table1 , it is obvious to see that there are two dimensions in the QoS parameter space. One that has values over time (delay) and other depending on the probability of the cell loss.... ..."