Enhanced 911 (E911) Service
Types of Changes:
Bell Atlantic will add a fourth Rockwell 911 tandem switch to the New Jersey E911 network at the request of the State of New Jersey. The new 911 tandem switch will interconnect with carriers using the digital interfaces, signaling, and network synchronization described in the following documents:
GR-342-CORE, High-Capacity Digital Special Access Service Transmission Parameter Limits and Interface Combinations, Issue 1, Bellcore, December 1995.To order American National Standards Institute (ANSI) documents contact:
TR-NWT-000682, Automatic Number Identification (ANI) and Operator Number Identification (ONI) FSD 20-20-0000, A Module of LSSGR, FR-NWT-000064, Issue 2, Bellcore, March 1991.
ANSI T1.101-1994, Synchronization Interface Standards for Digital Networks (ANSI, 1994).
To order Bellcore documents contact:
The American National Standards Institute, Inc.
Attn: Mr. Jules Richardson,
Director of Customer Service
11 W. 42nd Street, 13th Floor
New York, NY 10036
Bellcore Customer ServiceDate changes are to occur:
8 Corporate Place
Piscataway, N.J. 08854-4156
Toll-Free 1-800-521-CORE (within the U.S.A.)
908-699-5800 (outside the U.S.A.)
The new 911 tandem switch is tentatively scheduled to be deployed on 2/1/97, subject to approval by the State of New Jersey. To confirm the actual deployment date, consult the contact listed below.
Location changes are to occur:
Newark, New Jersey. Reasonably foreseeable impact of change:
The new 911 tandem switch will provide carriers with an additional destination for the routing of 911 calls in New Jersey.
For more specific technical information contact:.
John A. Guthmann
Pod A39 13100 Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, Md. 20904
(301) 236 - 8372