Registry and directory services are available only to Members and Subscribers!
Registry and directory services are available only to Members and Subscribers! Become a member! Membership is free!
Find about ANSI C12.22 / IEEE Std 1703 Network Node Application Titles
The ANSI C12.22 / IEEE Std 1703 AMI Network is an an aggregation of network segments and service providers domains.
ECMX is a service provider and domain master (a root for all domains), supplier of ANSI C12.22 and IEEE Std 1703 Relay, Master Relay services and provider of ApTitles. Our master relays operate at the top of the service heirarchy and interconnect via the Internet with IP relayes that conform to IETF RFC 6142.
The ANSI C12.22 / IEEE Std 1703 service and domains comprise of C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Network Segments and C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Nodes that are managed by distributed trust(ed) centers, network relays and gateways. As Smart Grid AMI networks evolve, ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 domains are introduced to service the utilities' Field Area Networks (FAN) and the Home/Premise Area Networks (HAN/PAN). These domains and network segments can be registered and maintained by ECMX.
Each AMI network segment contains ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Nodes and at least one ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Relay that must provide access to the ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Master Relay (domain master, e.g. ECMX) and to other network segments. ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Nodes contain one or more ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Applications. Each Nodes must be associated with globally unique ApTitle (Registered Application Title) for it to reside and be accessible on any C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Network. The ApTitles are encoded as universal object identifiers (OIDs or UIDs), that can be obtained from ECMX.
Each node entity implements an ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Application. An application entity process implements a set of services and procedures that permit devices (nodes) to interact on the AMI ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Network. ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1793 Application Process can (should) provide ANSI C12.19 / IEEE 1377 Tables.
When the ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Node implements ANSI C12.19 / IEEE Std 1377 Tables, then the node is also an ANSI C12.19 / IEEE Std 1377 Device and its ANSI C12.22 / IEEE 1703 Application Entity must also have a registered ANSI C12.19 / IEEE 1377 device class.