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GSM Technical Specifications List



GSM Technical Specifications List

GSM Technical Specifications List



This list is an up-to-date (as far as we know) list of all GSM Technical Specifications (TS) existing within phase 1, phase 2 and/or phase 2+ beginning 1999. The first two columns give the TS number and title, the third one the number of pages of a phase 2+ version, and the fourth one our synopsis on what can be found inside the specification.
The published specifications can be obtained from ETSI ( http://www.etsi.fr/).
Note that about 7 pages are used in each TS for title, contents, foreword, and document history, so that a TS of 12 pages is at most 5 pages long as far as its useful normative contents is concerned.

(c) M.Mouly & M.B. Pautet 1998-1999 - Permission to copy in any form is granted provided this copyright notice is included in all copies.

Ref

Title

p.

Synopsis

01.00

Working Procedures for SMG and PT12 - GSM Standards Management

47

Describes the rules applied within Technical Committee SMG and Project Team 12 for the management of the GSM Specifications. It includes in particular the description of the procedures and forms used to request a change on a specification, both for a published ETS and for a working version. It also includes the rules for numbering the successive versions of a Specification, and the list of management databases managed by PT12.

01.02

General Description of a GSM PLMN

26

Lists the major components of a GSM Public Land Mobile Network with their role, and indicates in which Specifications the major functions are specified.

01.04

Abbreviations and Acronyms

18

In phase 1, TS 01.04 was called "Vocabulary in a GSM PLMN" and contained a glossary of terms and acronyms used in the GSM Technical Specifications with their definitions and references when need be to the CCITT recommendations. These definitions have disappeared in phase 2, and this TS is a list of abbreviations and acronyms with their meanings.

01.31

Fraud Information Gathering System (FIGS) - Service requirements - Stage 0

10

Identifies the need for the Home PLMN to gather information on subscribers' traffic in order to prevent frauds.

01.33

Lawful Interception requirements for GSM

16

Defines the nature of information exchanged between a PLMN and a requesting function outside the PLMN for the purpose of supporting interception.

01.48

ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking - feasibility study

31

Analyses the different cases of interworking between DECT and GSM based on the use of a dual-mode user equipment used to access both DECT Private Integrated Services Networks and GSM networks, when these networks are linked through an ISDN-based interface. Lists in particular all supplementary services available when a DECT user roams into a GSM network and vice versa.

01.60

Requirements specification of GPRS

19

Identifies some of the original requirements behind the development of a packet mode for the transmission of user data (GPRS) in GSM.

01.61

General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) ciphering algorithm requirements

15

Identifies the requirements for a ciphering algorithm between a GPRS mobile station and a SGSN (equivalent of MSC for GPRS).

02.01

Principles of telecommunication services supported by a GSM PLMN

33

Presents the description method used in TS GSM 02.02 and 02.03 to define services. This method uses "attributes" (i.e., characteristics in terms of rate, connecting network, etc.) in the same way as ISDN specifications.

02.02

Bearer services supported by a GSM PLMN

18

Lists the bearer services, that is services limited to information transport, and describes their main characteristics.

02.03

Teleservices supported by a GSM PLMN

23

Lists the teleservices, that is services including terminal functions, and describes their main characteristics.

02.04

General on supplementary services

22

Lists the supplementary services to be described in the 02.8x series, that is services modifying the provision of bearer or teleservices, and provides a set of definitions applicable to them.

02.06

Types of mobile stations

11

Distinguishes the different permitted types of mobile stations according to their frequency capabilities, full/half rate coding capacities, transmission power and antenna position (handheld, vehicular mounted).

02.07

Mobile station features

22

Gives a non-exhaustive list of features which may be supported, either locally or in combination with network features, by the mobile station. For each of them, gives their status as mandatory or optional, and specifies restrictions on automatic calling facilities.

02.09

Security aspects

12

Presents the method used in GSM to ensure the privacy of user data and of user location and to guarantee the veracity of subscriber identities. These methods must mandatorily be supported both by mobile station and network.

02.11

Service accessibility

14

States the requirements for the selection and reselection of a network by the mobile station and defines how subscribers are spread among classes for selective access in cases of congestion.

02.16

International MS equipment identities

11

Introduces the concept of IMEI, as an identity for the mobile equipment, and its use to control the behaviour of mobile stations through white, grey and black lists of IMEIs. Specifies the format of the IMEI.

02.17

Subscriber identity modules, functional characteristics

14

Defines the concept of subscriber module, or SIM, as an IC-card or a cut-out thereof called the plug-in SIM. Describes the life cycle of a SIM, and lists the items for which a non-volatile storage must be provided in the SIM.

02.19

Subscriber Identity Module Application Programming Interface (SIM API) Service description, Stage 1

19

Describes an Application Programming Interface (API) enabling programmers' access to the SIM basic mechanisms, so that service applets using this API can be easily developed and loaded onto SIMs at any stage in the SIM life.

02.22

Personalization of GSM Mobile Equipment (ME) Mobile functionality specification

23

Describes the function enabling the mobile equipment to limit the SIMs with which it will operate (i.e. those of a given network or co-operative set of networks, of a subset of them, of a given service provider, of a given corporation or a given user), as well as the requirements to activate and de-activate this function.

02.24

Description of Charge Advice Information (CAI)

15

Describes the parameters which are sent by the Visited PLMN to the Mobile Station for the latter to calculate the call charges, and defines when the call charge meters in the SIM are updated. Pertains to the "Advice of Charge" supplementary services.

02.30

Man-machine interface of the mobile station

31

Identifies a minimum level of requirements for the exchanges between the user and the mobile station, while leaving open the way in which they are carried out. Also specifies a "basic public man-machine interface" using only a telephone keypad aimed at public mobile phones.

02.31

Fraud Information Gathering System (FIGS) Service description - Stage 1

13

Defines the information flows between Home PLMN and Visited PLMN within the scope of fraud prevention.

02.32

Immediate Service Termination (IST) service description - Stage 1

9

Describes the feature by which a Home PLMN may terminate all activities of one of its subscribers in a Visited PLMN, following eg a fraud report or subscription termination.

02.33

Lawful interception, stage 1

13

Describes the functions needed for a PLMN to intercept the calls and movements of given mobile targets upon request of a law enforcement agency.

02.34

High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD), stage 1

15

Describes the requirements for transmitting circuit data at user rates of 14.4 kbit/s and more over several full rate channels on the air interface, which are allocated in a dynamic way.

02.40

Procedures for call progress indications

12

Specifies the different supervisory tones which the mobile station may generate to indicate the progress of a call (busy tone, etc.) to the user.

02.41

Operator Determined Barring

13

Defines the different programmes of barring which a service provider may want to impose on a subscriber for keeping financial exposure under control.

02.42

Network Identity and Timezone (NITZ) Service description, stage 1

9

Indicates that a network may send its current (full and abbreviated) name to mobile stations, as well as the time zone of the area, and that they may use it, e.g. as a help for roaming.

02.43

Support of Localised Service Area (SoLSA) Service description, Stage 1

11

Specifies a mechanism enabling operators to provide specific tariffs and/or features to certain subscribers within a regionally restricted area or areas (group of cells).

02.48

Security mechanisms for the SIM Application Toolkit, Stage 1

14

Describes the security requirements and procedures used to guarantee a secure environment to SIM toolkit applications over the GSM network (authentication, message integrity, ...)

02.53

Tandem Free Operation (TFO) Service description, Stage 1

10

Defines the requirements for mobile to mobile calls to avoid going through several speech transcoding functions. Initially applies to calls where both ends are using the same speech coding standard.

02.56

GSM Cordless Telephony System (CTS), Phase 1 Service description, Stage 1

   

02.57

Mobile Station Application Execution Environment (MExE) - Service description, Stage 1

20

Describes the requirements for applications to be developed independently of any mobile station platform by defining a standardised execution environment in a mobile station (MExE) and means to negotiate its capabilities with a service provider.

02.60

General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), Service description stage 1

47

Describes the GPRS point-to-point and point-to-multipoint services, as bearer services enabling the transfer of packet data between users.

02.63

Packet Data on Signalling Channels Service (PDS), stage 1

11

Sets up the requirements for transmitting packet type user data over signalling channels, either between the mobile station and the MSC (PDSS1) or between the mobile station and a specific entity linked to the BSC (PDSS2).

02.66

Support of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) - Service description, Stage 1

15

Defines the requirements for a mobile subscriber to have the ability to change GSM subscription network within the same country whilst retaining her original MSISDN or MSISDNs.

02.67

Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption service (eMLPP) - Stage 1

17

Defines the precedence and pre-emption supplementary service, used to manage different levels of priority for the set-up of calls of different users, with possible pre-emption of resources used by a call of a lower priority.

02.68

Voice Group Call Service (VGCS), stage 1

17

Describes the teleservice VGCS as a service enabling predefined groups of users to communicate all together by speech on a half duplex basis while they are within a given set of cells.

02.69

Voice Broadcast Service (VBS), stage 1

17

Describes the teleservice VBS as a service enabling to distribute speech signals to predefined groups of users while they are within a given set of cells.

02.72

Call Deflection Service, stage 1

14

Describes the call deflection supplementary service which enables a user to redirect an incoming call to another party at the time of arrival of the call indication.

02.78

Customized Applications for Mobile network Enhanced Logic (CAMEL) service definition, stage 1

18

Specifies the function enabling a subscriber to have access to specific services offered by his home operator, even while roaming. It describes the events which may have to be detected by the visited network so that it takes contact with a CAMEL service environment (CSE) to know how to further proceed.

02.79

Support of Optimal Routing (SOR) service definition, stage 1

17

Describes several mobile terminating call scenarios for which it is possible to avoid unnecessary inter-PLMN routing legs, and the associated configurations for doing so by interrogating the Home PLMN from an early point in the call. As a first step, these scenarios are limited to some mobile-to-mobile calls and conditionally forwarded calls.

02.81

Line Identification supplementary services, Stage 1

17

Defines the supplementary services dealing with the presentation of the calling and called numbers: CLIP/CLIR, CoLP/CoLR, and their interaction with other supplementary services.

02.82

Call Forwarding (CF) supplementary services, Stage 1

36

Defines the call forwarding services (conditional, unconditional) and the way in which they must be managed, as well as their interaction with other supplementary services.

02.83

Call Waiting (CW) and Call Hold (HOLD) Supplementary Services, Stage 1

15

Defines the call hold and call waiting supplementary services, as well as their interaction with other supplementary services.

02.84

Multi Party (MPTY) supplementary services, Stage 1

14

Defines the supplementary service enabling a subscriber to be connected to several remote parties (up to 5) within a single call, as well as its interaction with other supplementary services.

02.85

Closed User Group (CUG) Supplementary Services, Stage 1

18

Defines the closed user group (CUG) supplementary service, as well as its interaction with other supplementary services.

02.86

Advice of Charge (AoC) Supplementary Services, Stage 1

12

Defines the advice of charge supplementary services (for charging or for information), as well as its interaction with other supplementary services.

02.87

User-to-User Signalling (UUS) Service Description, stage 1

17

Defines the user-to-user signalling supplementary service, enabling the two parties involved in a call to exchange small messages with each other, in parallel with the call.

02.88

Call Barring (CB) Supplementary Services, Stage 1

19

Defines the call barring services and the way in which they must be managed, as well as their interaction with other supplementary services.

02.90

Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD), Stage 1

11

Defines a service to transfer strings of commands which do not correspond to a standardised supplementary service between the user and the home network, as well as alphanumeric information between the home network and the user.

02.91

Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)

17

Defines the explicit call transfer supplementary service, which enables a user to connect two other parties with which he is engaged in a telephone call and leave the connection himself. Also describes the interaction of ECT with the other supplementary services.

02.93

Completion of calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS) service description, stage 1

23

Describes the CCBS supplementary service, enabling a subscriber encountering a busy condition when calling another party to be recalled automatically when the busy condition is removed, and defines its interaction with other supplementary services.

02.95

Support of private numbering plan (SPNP) service description, stage 1

16

Defines the support of private numbering plan supplementary service, based on the ISDN SPNP, as well as its interaction with other supplementary services. This service enables users to dial their own private type numbers to reach other mobile and fixed users.

02.96

Name Identification Supplementary Services, Stage 1

10

Defines the Calling Name Presentation supplementary service, which enables a called user to get information on the calling party's name.

02.97

Multiple Subscriber Profile (MSP) Service Description, stage 1

14

Defines the multiple subscriber profile supplementary service, where one SIM can be used with several different subscription options. Also describes its interactions with other supplementary services.

03.01

Network functions

18

Lists some of the functions to be provided by the network to handle calls in a cellular environment (location registration, handover, security functions, OACSU, ...).

03.02

Network architecture

20

Introduces the "canonical architecture" of a GSM network, with an emphasis on the switches (MSCs) and data bases, and lists the interfaces between them.

03.03

Numbering, addressing and identification

19

Specifies the structure of identities for mobile stations (subscription, equipment), location areas and infrastructure entities. Also specifies the numbering plan for GSM users.

03.04

Signalling requirements relating to routing of calls to mobile subscribers

21

Describes the different routing configurations for mobile terminating calls, based on the relative positions of the interrogating exchange.

03.05

Technical performance objectives

24

Indicates performances to be aimed at when implementing infrastructure equipments, in terms of probability of failure, processing delays and transmission delays. Delay diagrams are included, for speech and data transmission between mobile station and IWF.

03.07

Restoration procedures

15

Defines procedures for restoring the consistency between network data bases (HLRs, VLRs) after a failure from either of them.

03.08

Organisation of subscriber data

22

Summarises the data to be stored in the network data bases (HLRs, VLRs) with the status of each parameter (mandatory/optional, permanent/temporary). Does not include all the parameters specific to supplementary services.

03.09

Handover procedures

81

Describes procedures between exchanges and the related data bases for performing handover between cells of different MSCs.

03.10

GSM PLMN connection types

62

Defines the transmission modes inside GSM, and identifies the adaptation functions required for each transmission configuration.

03.11

Technical realisation of supplementary services

29

Defines how the parameters describing the status of supplementary services are to be set in the HLR and VLR (provision, registration, activation, ...) and gives a description of the procedures for password management.

03.12

Location registration procedures

11

Describes the procedures for updating subscriber location in the network.

03.13

Discontinuous reception (DRX) in the GSM system

10

Lists the actions required to enable mobile stations in idle mode to reduce their "listening" needs, and in particular describes the impacts of DRX on the scheduling of paging messages.

03.14

Support of Dual Tone Multi-Frequency signalling (DTMF) via the GSM system

13

Describes the procedures to transport DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) signals generated by the pressing of a key on the mobile station during a call.

03.15

Technical Realization of Operator Determined Barring

19

Defines what exchanges of information between location registers are needed for operator determined barring depending on the barring programs chosen by the operator.

03.16

Subscriber Data Management, stage 2

24

Defines the organisation of subscription information stored in the HLR and VLR (basic services, supplementary services, roaming restrictions), and the rules for exchanging it between HLR and VLR.

03.18

Basic Call Handling

140

Attempts to describe the processes in the MSC, VLR, GMSC and HLR for the handling of outgoing and incoming calls, largely based on SDL diagrams.

03.20

Security-related network functions

51

Describes the confidentiality and authentication procedures used in GSM to fulfil the requirements expressed in TS 02.09. Lists the corresponding information flows between entities.

03.22

Functions Related to Mobile Station (MS) in Idle Mode and Group Receive Mode

31

Describes the functions which a mobile station must perform while in "idle" mode (i.e., switched on but not transmitting).

03.26

Multiband operation of GSM/DCS 1800 by a single operator

15

Defines the behaviour of mobile stations and networks capable of operating in several frequency bands. Lists the amendments to be taken into account for such an operation.

03.30

Radio Network Planning Aspects

32

Provides guidelines for cellular planning, including traffic and propagation models, or factors affecting channel re-use. Includes tips for repeater configurations.

03.31

Fraud Information Gathering System (FIGS) - Technical realization, Stage 2

19

Specifies the mechanisms for exchanging information between PLMNs for the purpose of controlling fraud, for 3 different levels of monitoring.

03.32

Universal Geographical Area Description (GAD)

15

Specifies how to code the location of a point or area on the earth, aimed at being used for any location-related application.

03.33

Lawful Interception, stage 2

40

Describes the flow of information involved with the activation, deactivation, interrogation and invocation of interception, and lists the type of data which can be intercepted with regard to specific events relative to the intercepted subscriber.

03.34

High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD), stage 2

20

Specifies the network architecture and transmission principles for supporting transmission of high speed circuit switched data, using several traffic channels on the radio interface.

03.35

Immediate Service Termination (IST) - Service description, Stage 2

8

Specifies the mechanisms to be used between a Home PLMN and a Visited PLMN to enable the former to stop of all activities for a given subscriber.

03.38

Alphabets and Language Specific Information

20

Defines the (default) alphabet to be used for short messages, USSD and MMI. Also specifies the short message data coding schemes including the message class.

03.39

Interface protocols for the connection of Short Message Service Centres (SMSCs) to Short Message Entities (SMEs)

135

Gives the specification of several protocols which can be used to connect short message entities to service centers, and which have been developped on a proprietary basis by different manufacturers.

03.40

Technical realisation of the short message service point-to-point

115

Specifies the transport protocol between mobile station and short message service centre and models its interactions with the underlying protocols.

03.41

Technical realisation of the short message service cell broadcast (SMSCB)

28

Specifies the format of cell broadcast short messages on the radio interface.

03.42

Compression Algorithm for Test Messaging Services

64

Specifies compression algorithms which may be used to transmit textual information as data, with different variations, all based on Huffman's coding techniques.

03.43

Support of Videotex

14

Describes all the different configurations for accessing a videotex service from a mobile station, including the applicable bearer services and interworking configurations. The phase 2 version has a wider scope of possibilities than the phase 1 version.

03.44

Support of teletex in a GSM PLMN

14

Describes the interworking configurations for teletex, both on the mobile station and network side. Also gives the general functions of a TDS (Teletex document store).

03.45

Technical realisation of facsimile group 3 service transparent

44

Specifies the adaptation functions necessary in GSM for supporting automatic facsimile transmission using a "T connection", in particular the modifications brought to the T.30 control protocol.

03.46

Technical realisation of facsimile group 3 service non-transparent

50

Specifies the adaptation functions necessary in GSM for supporting automatic facsimile transmission using an "NT connection", in particular the interworking with the T.30 protocol.

03.47

Example Protocol Stacks for Interconnecting Service Centre(s) and MSCs

43

Gives three different ways to perform the relay of short messages between Service Centres and Gateway MSCs. These examples are based respectively on full 7-layer OSI (ACSE, ROSE, ...), on an application running directly over the 3 lower layers and on a MAP-like application ("SMS-MAP") using CCITT n7 TCAP, SCCP and MTP.

03.48

Security Mechanisms for the SIM application toolkit, Stage 2

20

Specifies the mechanisms used to guarantee a secure environment to SIM toolkit applications over the GSM network (authentication, message integrity, ...)

03.49

Example Protocol Stacks for Interconnecting Cell Broadcast Centre (CBC) and BSC

28

Gives three different ways to perform the relay of Cell Broadcast short messages between Service Centres and BSCs. These examples are based respectively on full 7-layer OSI (ACSE, ROSE, ...), on an application running directly over the 3 lower layers and on an application running over CCITT n7 TCAP, SCCP and MTP.

03.50

Transmission planning aspects of the speech service in the GSM PLMN system

58

Specifies transmission performances for speech in terms of delay, distortion, crosstalk, noise, echo, etc. based on CCITT and ETSI specifications.

03.53

Tandem Free Operation (TFO) Service description, Stage 2

12

Defines in-band information flows between two BSS for the support of tandem free operation in a mobile-to-mobile call.

03.54

Description for the use of a Shared Inter Working Function (SIWF) in a GSM PLMN, Stage 2

25

Describes the architecture for the connection of an Interworking Function shared between several MSCs. Lists the (MAP) information flows on the corresponding K interface.

03.57

Mobile Station Application Execution Environment (MExE) Functional description, stage 2

22

Specifies two MExE capabilities of a mobile equipment, one based on WAP and the other on Java. For each of these capabilities, the architecture and functions to be handled between the mobile station and the service provider are defined.

03.58

Characterisation, test methods and quality assessment for handsfree Mobile Stations

43

Gives guidelines and background information to evaluate the transmission quality of handsfree mobile stations, covering aspects such as environmental condiditons, impact of speech processing on delay, accoustic echo cancellation and noise reduction.

03.60

General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) Service description, Stage 2

87

Defines the architecture and network functions needed for the support of packet services, including the definition of new GPRS support nodes and their relation with other PLMN nodes.

03.63

Packet Data on Signalling Channels Service (PDS) Service Description, stage 2

29

Specifies the choices made for the support of PDSS1 and PDSS2 on the interfaces, in particular with regard to transmission.

03.64

Overall description of the GPRS radio interface, Stage 2

53

Defines the channel organization dedicated to GPRS on the radio interface, the channel coding, and the behaviour of GPRS mobile stations including radio resource and mobility management aspects.

03.67

Enhanced Multi-level Precedence and Pre-emption service (eMLPP), stage 2

29

Specifies the involvement of the different interfaces for the support of eMLPP, and gives an overview of all the call-related signalling exchanges impacted by this service.

03.68

Voice Group Call Service (VGCS), stage 2

35

Specifies the involvement of the different interfaces for the support of the voice group call service, including in particular the signalling information flows. Also specifies the specific identities required for this service.

03.69

Voice Broadcast Service (VBS), stage 2

30

Specifies the involvement of the different interfaces for the support of the voice broadcast service, including in particular the signalling information flows. Also specifies the specific identities required for this service.

03.70

Routing of calls to/from PDNs

20

Identifies the implications on GSM of the numbering scheme used in public data networks (PDNs), which differs from the one used in ISDN or GSM.

03.72

Call Deflection (CD) Supplementary Service - Stage 2

25

 

03.78

Customized Applications for Mobile network Enhanced Logic (CAMEL), stage 2

82

Specifies the interfaces and procedures involved in the support of operator specific services even when roaming. In particular, shows how this modifies normal call handling procedures.

03.79

Support of Optimal Routing (SOR) Technical Realization

51

Specifies the message flows used to optimise routing for the call scenarios described in TS GSM 02.79, and the behaviour of the involved network entities, in particular with SDL diagrams.

03.81

Line Identification Supplementary Services - Stage 2

33

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support the identity presentation and restriction supplementary services (CLIP/CLIR and CoLP/CoLR), in particular with SDL diagrams.

03.82

Call Forwarding (CF) Supplementary Services - Stage 2

79

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support call forwarding facilities and the management of their status, in particular using SDL diagrams (in phase 2).

03.83

Call Waiting (CW) and Call Hold (HOLD) Supplementary Services - Stage 2

42

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support the call waiting and call hold supplementary services, in particular with SDL diagrams.

03.84

Multi Party (MPTY) Supplementary Services - Stage 2

25

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support the multiparty supplementary service, in particular with SDL diagrams.

03.85

Closed User Group (CUG) Supplementary Services - Stage 2

23

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support the closed user group supplementary service, in particular with SDL diagrams.

03.86

Advice of Charge (AoC) Supplementary Services - Stage 2

21

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support the Advice of Charge supplementary services, in particular with SDL diagrams.

03.87

User-to-User Signalling (UUS) Supplementary Service - Stage 2

61

 

03.88

Call Barring (CB) Supplementary Services - Stage 2

35

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support call barring facilities and the management of their status, in particular with SDL diagrams.

03.90

Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD), stage 2

35

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support USSD. It includes both mobile originated and network originated requests (the latter are not covered in phase 1).

03.91

Explicit Call Transfer (ECT) supplementary service, stage 2

25

Describes the functions and information flows necessary to support explicit call transfer, in particular with SDL diagrams.

03.93

Technical realization of Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS), Stage 2

161

Specifies the information flows, message contents and procedures used for the support of CCBS, both in an originating and terminating network.

03.96

Name Identification Supplementary Services, stage 2

15

Specifies the information flows for the support of the calling name presentation supplementary service between the MSC of the calling party and the called party.

03.97

Multiple Subscriber Profile (MSP) Phase 1 - Stage 2

35

 

04.01

MS-BSS interface General aspects and principles

12

Defines the objectives of the radio interface and its protocol modelling.

04.02

GSM PLMN access reference configurations

14

Defines a functional architecture of the mobile station and identifies the reference points at which interfaces are identified.

04.03

MS-BSS interface Channel structures and access capabilities

12

Defines the types of channels on the radio path. Gives the requirements on their configuration from the mobile station as well as from the network point of view.

04.04

MS-BSS layer 1 General requirements

20

Models the interaction between the link layer and the physical layer, and specifies the format of physical blocks carrying the parameters for power control and synchronisation.

04.05

MS-BSS data link layer General aspects

24

Defines the protocol model applicable to the radio interface link layer and lists the modes of operation (with or without acknowledgements) for each channel type.

04.06

MS-BSS data link layer Specification

59

Specifies the data link layer protocol on the radio path (LAPDm).

04.07

Mobile radio interface signalling layer 3 General aspects

71

Defines the protocol model applicable to the three protocols RR, MM and CC specified in TS GSM 04.08, and to the management of Short Messages and Supplementary services. Also specifies the message formats for these protocols (only in phase 2).

04.08

Mobile radio interface layer 3 Specification

484

Specifies completely three protocols: RIL3-RR (Radio Resource Management), RIL3-MM (Mobility Management) and RIL3-CC (Call Control), including the procedures and the coding of messages for each of them. Combinations of the three protocols (structured procedures) are given as examples.

04.10

Mobile radio interface layer 3 - Supplementary services specification - general aspects

35

Lists the general principles of supplementary services management as seen on the radio path, including the specification of generic procedures and the management of passwords.

04.11

Point-to-point short message service support on mobile radio interface

91

Specifies the transfer protocols between MSC and mobile station (relay protocol "SM-RP" and connection protocol "SM-CP") for mobile originating and mobile terminating point-to-point short messages.

04.12

Cell broadcast short message service support on mobile radio interface

17

Specifies the scheduling and coding of cell broadcast messages on the radio path, in particular with the aim of managing the discontinuous reception mode of mobile stations.

04.13

Performance Requirements on Mobile Radio Interface

15

Specifies (in phase 2) the maximum delays allowed for the mobile station to answer to network signalling messages.

04.14

Individual equipment type requirements and interworking - Special conformance testing functions

35

Specifies the requirements on mobile stations for the purpose of conformance testing, such as the management of test loops, electrical man-machine interface or digital audio interface.

04.21

Rate adaptation on MS-BSS interface

38

Specifies the different steps of rate adaptation (inspired from the ISDN rate adaptation schemes) which are used to support user data between the mobile station and rate adaptation equipment on the network side.

04.22

Radio link protocol (RLP) for data and telematic services on the MS-BSS interface and the BSS-MSC interface

63

Specifies completely the link protocol (RLP) used to support data services on "NT connections" inside GSM (between mobile station and IWF).

04.53

Inband Tandem Free Operation (TFO) of Speech Codecs Service Description, stage 3

69

Specifies the in-band protocol between two trancoders for operation in tandem-free mode as described in 02.53.

04.60

GPRS, MS-BSS interface, Radio Link Control / Medium Access Control (RLC/MAC)

152

Specifies the RLC/MAC protocols used between a GPRS mobile station and a BSC for the exchange and control of user packets over specific GPRS channels.

04.63

Packet Data on Signalling Channels Service (PDS) service description, stage 3

33

Specifies the PDSS1 and PDSS2 protocols as CM layer protocols supporting the transportation of packet-type user data according to the PDSS1 and PDSS2 service variants defined in TS GSM 02.63.

04.64

GPRS Mobile Station - Serving GPRS Support Node (MS-SGSN) Logical Link Control (LLC) Layer Specification

57

Specifies the link-layer type protocol to be used for the exchange of packets between mobile stations and a SGSN.

04.65

GPRS Mobile Station (MS) - Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN) Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Protocol (SNDCP)

27

Specifies the SNDCP protocol to be used above the LLC as a support to different network protocols and as a compression agent.

04.67

Enhanced Multi-level Precedence and Pre-emption service (eMLPP) - stage 3

16

Specifies which messages and parameters are used for the support of eMLPP in the call control procedures and for its management in the supplementary services management procedures.

04.68

Group Call Control (GCC) protocol

37

Specifies the group call control protocol as a protocol of the CM layer defined to support group calls according to the service definition of TS GSM 02.68.

04.69

Broadcast Call Control (BCC) protocol

42

Specifies the broadcast call control protocol as a protocol of the CM layer defined to support broadcast calls according to the service definition of TS GSM 02.69.

04.72

Call Deflection (CD) Supplementary Service

8

Specifies the procedures to manage call deflection (as defined in TS GSM 02.72), using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.80

Mobile radio interface layer 3 - supplementary services specification - formats and coding

48

Specifies the coding of messages concerning the management of supplementary services and their impact on calls. In phase 2, the procedures are specified using ASN.1.

04.81

Line Identification Supplementary Services - Stage 3

17

Specifies the procedures applicable to CLIP/CLIR and CoLP/CoLR between mobile station and network, using messages and parameters defined in 04.08 and 04.80.

04.82

Call Forwarding (CF) Supplementary Services - Stage 3

42

Specifies the procedures to manage the call forwarding services, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.83

Call Waiting (CW) and Call Hold (HOLD) Supplementary Services - Stage 3

21

Specifies the procedures to manage the call waiting and call hold services, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.84

Multi Party (MPTY) Supplementary Services - Stage 3

16

Specifies the procedures to manage the multiparty services, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.85

Closed User Group (CUG) Supplementary Services - Stage 3

13

Specifies the procedures to manage the closed user group service, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.86

Advice of Charge (AoC) Supplementary Services - Stage 3

15

Specifies the procedures to manage the Advice of Charge services, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.87

User-to-User Signalling (UUS) Supplementary Service - Stage 3

26

 

04.88

Call Barring (CB) Supplementary Services - Stage 3

19

Specifies the procedures to manage the call barring services, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.90

Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) - stage 3

16

Specifies the procedures to manage the unstructured supplementary service data, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.91

Explicit Call Transfer (ECT) supplementary service, stage 3

13

Specifies the procedures to manage the explicit call transfer, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and TS GSM 04.80.

04.93

Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS) - Stage 3

23

Specifies the application of call control and supplementary service management protocols for the management of CCBS.

04.96

Name Identification Supplementary Services, stage 3

9

Specifies the procedure for the presentation of the calling name to a called subscriber, using messages defined in TS GSM 04.08 and 04.80.

05.01

Physical layer on the radio path (general description)

20

Introduces the contents of the 05 series. Summarises the channel types (and their block contents).

05.02

Multiplexing and multiple access on the radio path

43

Specifies the time and frequency characteristics of the radio channels and gives the structure of bursts.

05.03

Channel coding

38

Specifies the channel coding and interleaving schemes for all radio channel types and modes of transmission.

05.04

Modulation

10

Specifies the GMSK modulation used in GSM.

05.05

Radio transmission and reception

48

Specifies the transmitter and receiver characteristics and their performances (transmission power and spectrum, phase accuracy, intermodulation, receiver sensitivity, etc.).

05.08

Radio subsystem link control

38

Specifies the mechanisms necessary to support handover preparation, power control, radio link failure management and cell selection. Lists the corresponding parameters.

05.09

Link Adaptation

13

Specifies the inband signalling between MS and BTS enabling setup and adaptation of the adaptive multi-rate (AMR) speech codec mode.

05.10

Radio subsystem synchronisation

15

Specifies the initial acquisition of synchronisation by the mobile station, as well as the mechanism used to maintain a good synchronisation of mobile stations received by a given base station.

05.22

Radio link management in hierarchical networks

45

Gives several examples of how the basic handover and RF power control algorithm as indicated in TS GSM 05.08 can be enhanced to cope with networks having multiple layers of cells.

05.50

Background for RF Requirements

109

Gives the different scenarios (for GSM900, DCS1800, micro-cells, repeaters...) having been used to derive the transmission requirements. Also includes the error patterns used for the development of speech coders, and the simulation of performance (BER, FER) for different configurations.

05.56

GSM Cordless Telephony System (CTS) Phase 1, CTS-FP Radio subsystem

29

Specifies the requirements for the fixed part transceiver used for cordless applications of GSM, including frequency control aspects.

05.90

GSM Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) Considerations

107

Summarizes the results of work done to investigate the interference of GSM transmission on other equipment, in particular hearing aids, pace-makers and domestic appliances.

06.01

Full Rate Speech Processing Functions

11

Introduces the full rate speech coding process and the specifications which define it within the 06 series.

06.02

Half Rate Speech Processing Functions

13

Introduces the half rate speech coding process and the specifications which define it within the 06 series.

06.06

ANSI-C code for the GSM half rate speech codec

17

Gives (on a PC-formatted diskette) the C source code which simulates the GSM half rate speech codec.

06.07

Test sequences for the GSM half rate speech codec

17

Gives (on 2 PC-formatted diskettes) the sequences for checking correct operation of the GSM half rate speech codec.

06.08

Performance characterization of the GSM half rate speech codec

22

Gives the list and results of the characterization and verification tests performed during the selection and optimisation process of the candidate half rate speech coders.

06.10

Full rate speech transcoding

56

Specifies the bit-exact algorithm used to convert speech coded in 13-bit uniform PCM format to and from full rate coded speech (260 bits every 20 ms).

06.11

Substitution and muting of lost frames for full rate speech traffic channels

10

Specifies the way in which portions of the speech flow coded at 13 kbit/s should be replaced when identified as missing.

06.12

Comfort noise aspects for full rate speech traffic channels

10

Specifies how the background noise should be evaluated and information transmitted for its regeneration in the absence of full-rate speech.

06.20

Half Rate Speech Transcoding

49

Specifies the bit-exact algorithm used to convert speech coded in 13-bit uniform PCM format to and from half rate coded speech (112 bits every 20 ms).

06.21

Substitution and Muting of Lost Frames for Half Rate Speech Traffic Channels

11

Specifies the way in which portions of the speech flow coded at 5.6 kbit/s should be replaced when identified as missing.

06.22

Comfort Noise Aspects for Half Rate Speech Traffic Channels

14

Specifies how the background noise should be evaluated and information transmitted for its regeneration in the absence of half-rate speech.

06.31

Discontinuous transmission (DTX) for full rate speech traffic channels

15

Specifies how to reduce the amount of transmission when no full-rate speech signal needs to be sent by the mobile station or by the network.

06.32

Voice activity detection (VAD) for Full Rate Speech Traffic Channels

37

Specifies the bit-exact algorithm for detecting the presence of speech at the output of the full-rate speech coder (with the aim to benefit from DTX, as specified in TS GSM 06.31).

06.41

Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) for Half Rate Speech Traffic Channels

15

Specifies how to reduce the amount of transmission when no half-rate speech signal needs to be sent by the mobile station or by the network.

06.42

Voice Activity Detection (VAD) for Half Rate Speech Traffic Channels

21

Specifies the bit-exact algorithm for detecting the presence of speech at the output of the half-rate speech coder (with the aim to benefit from DTX, as specified in TS GSM 06.41).

06.51

Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech processing functions

13

Introduces the enhanced full rate speech coding process and the specifications which define it within the 06.6x and 06.8x series.

06.53

ANSI-C code for the GSM Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech codec

15

Gives (on a PC-formatted diskette) the C source code which simulates the GSM enhanced full rate speech codec.

06.54

Test sequences for the GSM Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech codec

18

Gives (on PC-formatted diskettes) the sequences for checking correct operation of the GSM enhanced full rate speech codec.

06.55

Performance characterization of the SM Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech codec

29

Gives the list and results of the characterization and verification tests performed during the selection and optimisation process of the candidate enhanced full rate speech coders.

06.60

Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech transcoding

50

Specifies the bit-exact algorithm used to convert speech coded in 13-bit uniform PCM format to and from enhanced full rate coded speech consisting of 244 bits blocks every 20 ms.

06.61

Substitution and Muting of lost frames for Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech traffic channels

12

Specifies the way in which portions of the speech flow coded using the enhanced full rate speech coding algorithm should be replaced when identified as missing.

06.62

Comfort noise aspects for Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech traffic channels

19

Specifies how the background noise should be evaluated and information transmitted for its regeneration in the absence of enhanced full rate speech.

06.71

Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) speech processing functions - General description

12

Introduces the adaptive multi-rate (AMR) speech coding process and the specifications which define it within the 06 series.

06.73

Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) speech - ANSI-C code for the AMR speech codec

17

Gives the C source code which simulates the GSM adaptive multi-rate (AMR) speech codec.

06.81

Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) for Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech traffic channels

15

Specifies how to reduce the amount of transmission when no enhanced full-rate speech signal needs to be sent by the mobile station or by the network.

06.82

Voice Activity Detector (VAD) for Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech traffic channels

21

Specifies the bit-exact algorithm for detecting the presence of speech at the output of the enhanced full-rate speech coder (with the aim to benefit from DTX, as specified in TS GSM 06.81).

06.85

Subjective tests on the interoperability of the HR/FR/EFR speech codecs, single, tandem and tandem free operation

35

Lists the results of subjective listening tests performed to evaluate the quality resulting from different interoperability combinations of the different GSM speech codecs.

06.90

Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) speech transcoding

59

Specifies the bit-exact algorithm used to convert speech coded in 13-bit uniform PCM format to and from adaptive multi-rate (AMR) speech, with modes ranging from 4.75 to 12.2 kbit/s.

06.91

Substitution and muting of lost frames for Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) speech traffic channels

13

Specifies the way in which portions of the speech flow coded in one of the adaptive multi-rate (AMR) modes should be replaced when identified as missing.

06.92

Comfort noise aspects for Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) speech traffic channels

12

Specifies how the background noise should be evaluated and information transmitted for its regeneration in the absence of speech coded using one of the adaptive multi-rate (AMR) modes.

06.93

Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) for Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) speech traffic channels

12

Specifies how to reduce the amount of transmission when no adaptive multi-rate (AMR) speech signal needs to be sent by the mobile station or by the network.

06.94

Voice Activity Detector (VAD) for Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) speech traffic channels - General description

35

Specifies the bit-exact algorithm for detecting the presence of speech at the output of the adaptive multi-rate speech coder (with the aim to benefit from DTX, as specified in TS GSM 06.93).

07.01

General on terminal adaptation functions for MSs

68

Presents the functions required in the mobile station to accommodate off-the-shelf terminal equipments. Also lists the values of the compatibility characteristics for all services defined in TS GSM 02.02 and 02.03.

07.02

Terminal adaptation functions for services using asynchronous bearer capabilities

24

Specifies the adaptation functions required in the mobile station to support terminals with an asynchronous interface. Includes the specification of the data link protocol used in connection with RLP (TS GSM 04.22) to replace the asynchronous terminal link protocol.

07.03

Terminal adaptation functions for services using synchronous bearer capabilities

34

Specifies the adaptation functions required in the mobile station to support terminals with a synchronous interface. Includes the specification of the data link protocol used in connection with RLP (TS GSM 04.22) to replace the synchronous terminal link protocol.

07.05

User of DTE-DCE Interface for Short Message Service (SMS) and Cell Broadcast Services (CBS)

68

Defines three different possible protocols between a terminal equipment and the mobile termination for the control of the short message services (point-to-point and cell broadcast).

07.06

Use of the V Series DTE-DCE Interface at the MS for Mobile Termination (MT) configuration

 

Specifies an optional protocol in character or block mode to configure the MT (for bearer capabilities, RLP, SMS, ...) from a terminal equipment using only the V series interface.

07.07

AT command set for GSM Mobile Equipment (ME)

85

Specifies a set of AT-type commands to be used for terminal equipments to communicate with the mobile termination within the scope of V.25 ter.

07.08

GSM Application Programming Interface (GSM-API)

71

Specifies the exchange of data between an application and a GSM mobile as a set of changes and extensions to the Programmable Communication Interface defined for ISDN in ETS 300 325.

07.10

Terminal Equipment to Mobile Station (TE-MS) multiplexer protocol

47

Specifies a protocol which can be used between a terminal equipment and a mobile station to multiplex different flows of information such as data, voice, SMS, USSD, ...

07.60

Mobile Station (MS) supporting GPRS

43

Specifies the features necessary for terminal adaptation in a mobile station supporting GPRS (for X.25 or IP based services), including specific AT commands.

08.01

BSS-MSC Interface - General Aspects

10

Introduces the A interface, with its objectives and the relevant Specifications numbered 08.0x and 08.20.

08.02

BSS-MSC interface - interface principles

17

Defines the split of functions between the base station sub-system and the MSC, and describes the protocol stack applicable at the A interface.

08.04

BSS-MSC layer 1 specification

8

Specifies the structure of 64 kbit/s digital circuits on the A interface, based on the CCITT Recommendations of the G series.

08.06

Signalling transport mechanism specification for the BSS-MSC interface

36

Specifies the applicability of the CCITT signalling system n7 lower layer protocols for the transfer of signalling messages on the A interface. Also specifies a distribution function on top for identifying different flows of messages.

08.08

BSS-MSC layer 3 specification

129

Specifies the protocol used for co-ordinating the MSC and the base station sub-system in the area of radio resource management.

08.14

GPRS BSS-SGSN interface (Gb interface) - Layer 1

8

Specifies which physical layer can be used on the Gb interface between a BSC and a SGSN.

08.16

GPRS BSS-SGSN interface - Network Service

50

Specifies the network service protocol to be used on the Gb interface between a BSC and a SGSN in a network supporting GPRS.

08.18

GPRS BSS-SGSN interface - BSS GPRS Protocol (BSSGP)

60

Specifies the protocol used for co-ordinating the SGSN and the base station sub-system in the area of radio resource management in a network supporting GPRS.

08.20

Rate adaptation on the BSS-MSC interface

24

Specifies the rate adaptation characteristics for the transport of data services on 64 kbit/s channels in GSM.

08.51

BSC-BTS interface, general aspects

11

Introduces the Abis interface, with its objectives and the relevant Specifications numbered 08.5x.

08.52

BSC-BTS interface principles

21

Describes the split of functions between BTS and BSC, as well as the protocol model on the Abis interface.

08.54

BSC-TRX layer 1: structure of physical circuits

9

Specifies the structure of 16 and 64 kbit/s digital circuits on the Abis interface, referring extensively to the CCITT Recommendations in the G series and to CCITT I.460.

08.56

BSC-BTS layer 2 specification

15

Specifies the applicability of the link layer protocol used for ISDN access (LAPD) for the transfer of signalling messages on the Abis interface.

08.58

BSC-BTS layer 3 specification

74

Specifies the protocol used for relaying radio interface messages on the Abis interface and the protocol used for co-ordinating the BSC and the BTS in the area of radio resource management.

08.59

BSC-BTS O&M signalling transport

 

Describes how layer 2 frames on the Abis interface transport O&M messages.

08.60

In-band control of Remote Transcoders and Rate Adaptors (for EFR and full rate traffic channels)

32

Specifies the format of full rate speech and data frames between a BTS and the transcoder/rate adaptor when it is remote from the BTS, and describes how these frames are used by the BTS to control the configuration and behaviour of the remote transcoder/rate adaptor.

08.61

Inband Control of Remote Transcoder and Rate Adaptors (Half Rate)

36

Specifies the format of full rate speech and data frames between a BTS and the transcoder/rate adaptor when it is remote from the BTS, and describes how these frames are used by the BTS to control the configuration and behaviour of the remote transcoder/rate adaptor.

09.01

General network interworking scenarios

13

Introduces the Specifications of the 09 series, dealing with interworking between different networks or between BSS and NSS.

09.02

Mobile application part (MAP) specification

735

Specifies the application protocols between exchanges and data bases (MSCs, GMSCs, VLRs, HLRs, EIRs) for supporting call management, supplementary services management, short message transfer, location management, security management, radio resource management and mobile equipment management. Specifies the applicability of the CCITT signalling system n7 protocols (SCCP, TCAP) to support these exchanges.

09.03

Signalling Requirements on interworking between the ISDN or PSTN and the PLMN

10

Presents a few considerations on the interconnection of GSM with a public switched telephone network (PSTN) or ISDN, concerning usage of SS7 and impact of OACSU.

09.04

Interworking between the PLMN and the CSPDN

15

Describes the configurations for interconnecting GSM with a circuit-switched public data network.

09.05

Interworking between the PLMN and the PSPDN for PAD access

19

Describes the interworking functions in GSM for interconnecting GSM with public switched packet data networks through a packet assembler/disassembler (PAD), both for basic and dedicated access. Also includes the PAD access default profiles.

09.06

Interworking between a PLMN and a PSPDN/ISDN for Support of Packet Switched Data Transmission Services

21

Describes the interworking functions in GSM for interconnecting GSM with public switched packet data networks via X.31 through a packet handler (PH), in both cases of basic and dedicated access.

09.07

General requirements on interworking between the PLMN and the ISDN or PSTN

64

Defines the interworking functions for interconnecting GSM with ISDN or PSTN. Maps the GSM services characteristics (GSM bearer capabilities) to the ones used in ISDN.

09.08

Application of the Base Station System Application Part (BSSAP) on the E-interface

14

Specifies the way in which most messages normally transferred on the A interface may also be transported between MSCs during or after inter-MSC handovers.

09.09

Detailed signalling interworking within the PLMN and with the PSTN/ISDN (report)

 

Describes how the signalling messages specified in GSM 04.08 correspond to the signalling messages specified within ISUP (not maintained).

09.10

Information element mapping between MS-BSS/BSS-MSC signalling procedures and MAP

57

Maps mobility management and call control messages used between a mobile station and its MSC (specified in TS GSM 04.08), as well as some messages used on the A interface (specified in TS GSM 08.08) to MAP messages transported between MSC and VLR (specified in TS GSM 09.02), and vice versa.

09.11

Signalling interworking for supplementary services

34

Maps parameters or messages transported on the radio interface in the area of supplementary services into messages to be transported within the signalling system n7 network, and vice versa.

09.12

Application of ISDN User Part (ISUP) version 2 for the ISDN-PLMN signalling interface - Part 1: Protocol specification

 

Specifies how ISUP version 2 can be applied when used for the interconnection between a PLMN and the ISDN.

09.13

Signalling interworking between ISDN supplementary services Application Service Element (ASE) and Mobile Application Part (MAP) protocols

21

Specifies the interworking between the ISDN protocol (specified in ETS 300 356-18) and the Mobile Application Part (MAP) for the Call Completion to Busy Subscriber (CCBS) supplementary service.

09.16

SGSN - VLR interface (Gs interface) - network service specification

14

Specifies the network service protocol to be used on the Gs interface between a SGSN and a VLR in a network supporting GPRS.

09.18

Application of ISUP version 2 for the ISDN-PLMN signalling interface - protocol specification

52

Specifies exceptions and clarifications on the applicability of ISUP version 2 at the interface between PLMN and ISDN, both in the area of basic call control and supplementary services.

09.60

GPRS Tunnelling Protocol (GTP) across the Gn and Gp interface

53

Specifies the protocol used between SGSN and GGSN and between two SGSN for the support of GPRS.

09.61

Interworking between the PLMN supporting GPRS and Packet Data Networks (PDN)

23

Specifies the reference models for interworking between a PLMN and either a PSDN, an IP network or another PLMN for the support of GPRS.

09.78

CAMEL Application Part (CAP) specification

51

Specifies the application protocol between GSM Service Switching Function and GSM Service Control Function for supporting operator specific services when subscribers are roaming. Specifies the relation with TCAP to support these exchanges.

09.90

Interworking between Phase 1 Infrastructure and Phase 2 Mobile Stations (MS)

21

Gives a list of the necessary upgrades of a phase 1 network, in order for it to offer to phase 2 mobile stations a similar grade of service as phase 1 mobile stations.

09.91

Interworking Aspects of the SIM/ME Interface between Phase 1 and Phase 2

 

Specifies which actions are to be taken by phase 1 SIMs to interwork with phase 2 mobile equipment, and by phase 1 mobile equipment to interwork with a phase 2 SIM.

09.94

Recommended infrastructure measures to overcome specific Phase 1 Mobile Station (MS) faults

 

Gives advice on infrastructure behaviour aiming at avoiding problems with phase 1 mobile stations which exhibit behavioural faults (which may be design faults or due to a mis-interpretation of ambiguous parts of the phase 1 specification).

10.00

Feature descriptions

239

Lists all the features which are part of the GSM phase 2+ work programme. For each of them, gives its justification, its description in terms of service, man-machine interface, charging, security, and its impact on the system.

10.02

Guidelines for the modification of the Mobile Application Part (MAP) in phase 2+

23

Provides guidance on how to best modify the specification of the MAP protocols to incorporate changes aimed at supporting features specified after phase 2.

10.20

Lawful interception requirements for GSM

16

Defines the data which need to be exchanged between GSM and a requesting centre for lawful interception.

10.56

Project scheduling and open issues: GSM Cordless Telephony System CTS, Phase 1

   

10.59

Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) - Project scheduling and open issues

24

Describes project management aspects of the development of high rate data services using new modulation techniques on the radio path (working document).

10.60

General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) - Project scheduling and open issues

28

Describes project management aspects of the GPRS development (working document).

10.70

GSM Adaptive Multi-Rate Speech Codec (AMR) - Project schedule and open issues

24

Describes project management aspects of the development of a speech coder in which the rate and error protection level can change with the local radio channel and traffic conditions (working document).

11.10

Mobile station conformity specifications

1813

Specifies a complete set of tests and the associated methods of measurements to check the conformity of mobile stations to the Specifications. Serves as a technical basis for mobile station type approval (TBRs). In phase 2, it is composed of three parts: conformance requirements, PICS and abstract test suites.

11.11

Specification of the SIM-ME interface

117

Specifies the structure of the subscriber module as far as its operation in a mobile equipment is concerned. Specifies the application protocol between the SIM and a mobile equipment, and the applicability of ISO standards on this interface.

11.12

Specification of the 3 Volt SIM-ME interface

13

Specifies the electrical and logical impact on the SIM-ME interface of the 3V technology applied in the mobile equipment, as differences from the TS GSM 11.11 specification.

11.14

Specification of the SIM Application Toolkit for the SIM-ME interface

56

Specifies the mechanisms necessary on the SIM-ME interface to support SIM application toolkit functions, which enable the SIM to initiate actions toward the ME.

11.20

The GSM base station system: equipment specification

 

Specifies a set of tests to check the conformity of the base station system (BTS + BSC) to the specifications.

11.21

BSS equipment specification : Part 1 - Radio aspects

75

Specifies the test methods and conformance requirements for base station equipment in the RF domain.

11.22

GSM Base Station and Ancillary Equipment, Physical and Electronical Parameters, Application of Standards and Guidance Notes

 

Gives advice on the manufacturing and installation of base station equipment, including accoustic noise, most commonly encountered environmental conditions, ... for both weather-protected and outdoor equipment.

11.23

BSS equipment specification : Part 2 - Signalling aspects

 

Specifies a series of tests aimed to check the behaviour of a BTS and of a BSC regarding signalling (excluding O&M signalling) on the radio, Abis and A interfaces.

11.24

BSS equipment specification : Part 3 - transcoder aspects

 

Specifies a series of test aiming at checking the behaviour of the BSS (in particular the BTS and the TRAU) with regard to full-rate speech and data transcoding and in-band control of the TRAU when remote.

11.26

BSS equipment specification : Part 4 - Repeaters

17

Specifies tests aiming at checking the behaviour of repeaters in the domain of radio frequency (spurious emissions, intermodulation attenuation, ...)

11.30

Mobile services switching centre (report)

 

Intends to give general guidelines for implementing a MSC (not maintained).

11.31

Home location register specification (report)

 

Intends to give general guidelines for implementing a HLR (not maintained).

11.32

Visitor location register specification (report)

 

Intends to give general guidelines for implementing a VLR (not maintained).

11.40

System simulator specification

 

Specifies the equipment in charge of performing the tests specified in GSM 11.10 for type approval of phase 1 mobile stations.

12.00

Objectives and structure of network management

 

Defines the objectives, domains and methodology of network management. Introduces the TMN (Telecommunication Management Network) concepts and the relevant definitions.

12.01

Common aspects of network management

 

Describes the GSM network management functional areas, interfaces and protocols. In particular, it lists the protocols and services at the Q3 interface.

12.02

Subscriber, mobile equipment and services data administration

163

Lists the network management functions in the domain of subscriber management and mobile equipment management, and specifies an object model in this domain (phase 2 only).

12.03

Security management

 

Describes the management aspects of security functions listed in TS GSM 02.09 and specifies a security management object model (phase 2 only).

12.04

Performance data measurements for a GSM PLMN

 

Describes the administration, collection and transfer of statistics measured by the transmission equipment, and specifies an object model in this domain (phase 2 only).

12.05

Subscriber related event and call data

131

Describes the call data to be collected from the network elements (for charging, customer care and statistics purposes) and the tariff data to be distributed to these elements. Specifies an object model in this domain (phase 2 only).

12.06

Network Configuration Management and Administration

 

Summarises the functions which an operator must perform in order to set-up, configure and optimise its network, with a particular emphasis on the BSS.

12.07

PLMN Quality of Service

 

Defines the requirements to be fulfilled to control the performance of a network and to configure the system (not maintained).

12.08

Subscriber and Equipment trace

56

Specifies the subscriber and equipment tracing facilities which can be used in GSM. Also specifies an object model for this function.

12.10

Maintenance provisions for operational integrity of MSs

 

Identifies the need for mobile stations to have fault-detection mechanisms (not maintained).

12.11

Maintenance of the base station subsystem

 

Defines the functions related to maintenance actions to be provided by the BSS (fault diagnosis, recovery actions).

12.13

Maintenance of the mobile services switching centre

 

Identifies maintenance needs for MSCs, with extensive reference to CCITT recommendations (not maintained).

12.14

Maintenance of location registers

 

Identifies maintenance needs for HLRs and VLRs, with extensive reference to CCITT recommendations (not maintained).

12.15

GPRS Charging

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Describes the principles of charging, the architecture and charging data collection for GPRS.

12.20

BSS Management Information

 

Specifies the functions and object model for the configuration and fault management of the BSS.

12.21

Network management procedures and messages on the Abis interface

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Specifies a protocol for network management of the BTS by the BSC on the Abis interface.

12.22

Interworking of GSM Network Management (NM) Procedures and Messages at the BSC

 

Specifies the interworking taking place in the BSC between network management messages exchanged with the BTS (as specified in TS GSM 12.21) and with the OSS (as specified in TS GSM 12.20).

12.30

ETSI Object Identifier Tree - Mobile Domain O&M - managed object registration definition

 

Gives an ASN.1 description of the GSM 0&M object identifier tree structure, the objects being defined in the other specifications of the 12 series.

TBR 5

General Attachment Requirements for GSM Mobile Stations

 

Gives the list of type approval tests for basic access applying for phase 1 GSM 900 mobile stations, by referring to ETS 300 020-1 (TS GSM 11.10-1) where the tests are specified.

TBR 9

Attachment Requirements for GSM Terminal Equipment (Telephony)

 

Gives the list of type approval tests for the telephony service applying for phase 1 GSM 900 mobile stations, by referring to ETS 300 020-1 (TS GSM 11.10-1) where the tests are specified.

TBR19

General Attachment Requirements for GSM Mobile Stations (Access)

 

Gives the list of type approval tests for basic access applying for phase 2 GSM 900 mobile stations, by referring to ETS 300 607-1 (TS GSM 11.10-1) where the tests are specified.

TBR20

Attachment Requirements for GSM Terminal Equipment (Telephony)

 

Gives the list of type approval tests for the telephony service applying for phase 2 GSM 900 mobile stations, by referring to ETS 300 607-1 (TS GSM 11.10-1) where the tests are specified.

TBR31

Attachment requirements for mobile stations in the DCS 1800 band and additional GSM 900 band (Access)

 

Gives the list of type approval tests for basic access applying for phase 2 mobile stations operating in the DCS 1800 and/or the extended GSM 900 band, by referring to ETS 300 607-1 (TS GSM 11.10-1) where the tests are specified. In the case of multi-band mobile stations, this TBR applies in addition to TBR 19.

TBR32

Attachment requirements for mobile stations in the DCS 1800 band and additional GSM 900 band (Telephony)

 

Gives the list of type approval tests for the telephony service applying for phase 2 mobile stations operating in the DCS 1800 and/or the extended GSM 900 band, by referring to ETS 300 607-1 (TS GSM 11.10-1) where the tests are specified. In the case of multi-band mobile stations, this TBR applies in addition to TBR 20.


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