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Unformatted text preview: ments will not lose sight of previous decisions. 1.5 DOCUMENT STRUCTURE This document is divided into seven numbered sections and four annexes: a) section 1 presents the purpose, scope, applicability and rationale of this Recommended Standard and lists the conventions, definitions, and normative references used throughout the Recommended Standard; b) section 2 provides an overview of the COP-1; c) section 3 describes the interfaces between COP-1 and the other procedures used in the TC Space Data Link Protocol; d) section 4 describes the detailed service definition related to COP-1, and complements the service definition of reference [3]; e) section 5 specifies the Frame Operation Procedure-1 (FOP-1), which is the procedure used at the sending side of COP-1; f) section 6 specifies the Frame Acceptance and Reporting Mechanism-1 (FARM-1), which is the procedure used at the receiving side of COP-1; g) section 7 specifies the managed parameters used by COP-1; h) annex A lists all acronyms used within this document; i) annex B provides a list of informative references; j) annex C shows the format of the state tables used in sections 5 and 6; k) annex D lists the changes contained in this Recommended Standard as compared to the previously issued CCSDS COP Recommended Standard (reference [B2]). CCSDS 232.1-B-2 Page 1-2 September 2010 RECOMMENDED STANDARD FOR COMMUNICATIONS OPERATION PROCEDURE-1 1.6 CONVENTIONS AND DEFINITIONS 1.6.1 1.6.1.1 DEFINITIONS Definitions from Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Basic Reference Model This Recommended Standard makes use of a number of terms defined in reference [1]. The use of those terms in this Recommended Standard shall be understood in a generic sense; i.e., in the sense that those terms are generally applicable to any of a variety of technologies that provide for the exchange of information between real systems. Those terms are: a) blocking; b) Data Link Layer; c) entity; d) flow control; e) real system; f) segmenting; g) service; h) Service Acce...
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