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for overlap address signaling. The IAM then holds the initial digits of the called address, and the remaining digits are transferred in one or more SAMs. Continuity Message (COT). This message is sent forward, during call setup, if the outgoing exchange has made a continuity test on an outgoing trunk. It indicates whether the test has been successful. Address Complete Message (ACM). This is a backward message. When sent by the terminating local exchange, it indicates that the exchange is ringing the called subscriber or has received a Q.931 ALERT message from a terminal on the called digital subscriber line (DSL). When sent by an intermediate exchange, it indicates that the exchange has seized an outgoing trunk that does not have ISUP signaling. Call Progress Message (CPG). This is a backward message sent by a terminating exchange that has already sent an ACM message, when it needs to report the occurrence of an event in the call setup. Answer Message (ANM). This is a backward message sent when the called party answers. Connect Message (CON). This message is sent on ISDN calls on receipt of a connect indication from the called party when ACM has not been sent. It is equivalent to ACM followed by ANM. Release Message (REL). This is a general message that requests the immediate release of a connection. It can be sent forward or backward and includes like the Q.931 DISC (Disconnect) message a Cause parameter that indicates the reason for and the originator of the release. In other interexchange signaling systems, the release of a connection is normally initiated by the calling subscriber. In ISUP signaling, the calling and the called ISDN users can initiate a release. A REL message is also sent by an intermediate exchange, or by the terminating local exchange, when the setup of a call in not possible. Release Complete Message (RLC). This is a forward or backward message, sent by an exchange in response to a received REL message for a trunk. It indicates that the exchange has completed the release of the trunk at its end. The RLC message has the same function as the Release-Guard message of TUP signaling. Suspend Message (SUS). This is a backward message that is similar to the Clear-Back message of TUP. It requests to suspend the call, but to leave the connection intact. Resume Message (RES). This message requests to resume a suspended call.
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Figure 4.1.50 The Large Magellanic Cloud in X-ray colors. First light image of the pn-CCD camera. The eld of view of 30 arcmin corresponds approximately to our perception of the size of the moon. The image shows the area of 30 Doradus a supernova remnant as an extended source of X-rays. The north-east of 30 Dor shows an emission of X-rays up to 5 keV (blue), while the south-west rim appears much softer in X-rays (yellow and red). The supernova 1987A is the bright source south west of 30 Doradus. About 40 new X-ray objects have been found in this exposure. The exposure time was about 10 h
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