Definitions for "Call Control"
Procedures and routines to place control of the call in the hands of the Telephone Secretary, rather than the caller, in order to make the most efficient use of time while performing a professional service.
The set of functions used to process a Call (e.g. provide Service Features and establish, supervise, maintain and release Connections). source: ITU-T Q.1290 domain: General usage: EU-P201
Also called Call Processing. Refers to the signaling involved in setting up, monitoring, transferring, and disconnecting (tearing down) a call.
the mechanism by which instances of the TSC component handles incoming and outgoing calls over the phone network. To implement call control, the component instances manage each call's state and the state of the channel associated with the call. Call control is handled by component instances of the TSC component.
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See CC.