Definition of Interworking. Meaning of Interworking. Synonyms of Interworking

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Definition of Interworking

Interworking
Interworking In`ter*work"ing, n. The act of working in together; interweaving. --Milton.

Meaning of Interworking from wikipedia

- The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a signaling protocol used for initiating, maintaining, and terminating communication sessions that include voice...
- solutions can be classified based on the minimum needed level of network interworking. Besides standardization, research communities have been exploring more...
- The GSM Interworking Profile, usually abbreviated to GIP and sometimes to IWP, is a profile for DECT that allows a DECT base station to form part of a...
- Frame Relay circuit. Some features for interworking with ATM are also supported. Ipipes: Provides IP interworking capabilities between different Layer 2...
- applications and tight interaction is possible. This is implemented via interworking models with standardised datapoint types and objects, modelling logical...
- (RAP) – ETSI ETS 300 765 Interworking profiles (IWP) DECT/ISDN Interworking Profile (IIP) – ETSI EN 300 434 DECT/GSM Interworking Profile (GIP) – ETSI EN...
- GSM world is interconnected: each operator has a need to establish SMS interworking with all other mobile operators, meaning that international SMS can only...
- altercation between the Resistance and the First Order. Featuring four interworking ride systems in conjunction with Audio-Animatronics, practical sets,...
- uses multiple parts of the IEEE 802 protocol family and is designed to interwork seamlessly with its wired sibling, Ethernet. Compatible devices can network...
- elements. The term is also used for a set of yarns established before the interworking of weft yarns by some other method, such as finger mani****tion, yielding...