Draft input for Q.REF-2: ANSI-41 Evolved core network with cdma2000 access network

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3GPP2

Draft input for

Q.REF
-
2:
ANSI
-
41 Evolved core network with cdma2000 access network


1

Scope

This document is intended to provide input to ITU
-
T SSG for IMT
-
2000
and Beyond for use in their activities associated to SSG Question 3 as it
relates to the AN
SI
-
41 evolved core network with cdma2000 access
network.


2

References

TBD


3

Definitions

TBD


4

Abbreviations and acronyms

The following abbreviations and acronyms are applicable to 3GPP2
documents:


µs

Microsecond (10
-
6 second).

3G

Third Generation.

3G
-
I
OS

Third Generation InterOperability
Specification

3GPP

Third Generation Partnership Project
(ETSI driven)

3GPP2

Third Generation Partnership Project
(ANSI driven)

AAL

ATM Adaptation Layer.

ABR

Average Bit Rate.

AC

Authentication Center

ACCOLC

ACCess Ove
r Load Class.

ACELP

Adaptive Code Excited Linear Prediction.

ACF

Authentication Control Function

ACH

Access Channel

ACP

Adjacent Channel Power

ACRE

Authentication & Call Routing Equipment

AD

Abbreviated Dialing

ADDS

Application Data Delivery Service

ADPCM

Adaptive Differential Pulse Code
Modulation

ADS

Asynchronous Data Service

AH

Authentication Header

AH

Answer Hold

AHAG

Ad Hoc Authentication Group (TR45)

AHG

AdHoc Group

AI

Air Interface.

AIN

Advanced Intelligent Network

A
-
key

Authentication key.

AM

Amp
litude Modulation.

AMA

Automatic Message Accounting

AMPS

Advanced Mobile Phone System.

ANLYZD Analyzed Information INVOKE

ANSI

American National Standards Institute

ANZT

Analyzed Information Timer

AOC

Advice of Charge

AON

All Or None
parameter

ARIB

Asso
ciation of Radio Industries and
Businesses (Japan)

ARQ

Automatic Repeat Request

ASR

Automatic Speech Recognition

ATIS

Alliance for Telecommunications Industry
Solutions

ATM

Asynchronous Transfer Mode

AUTHR


Authentication Response

AWGN

Additive White Gauss
ian Noise

AWI

Alert With Information.

BCCH

Broadcast Control Channel

BCD

Binary Coded Decimal

BCH Code Bose
-
Chaudhuri
-
Hocquenghem Code

BCM

Basic Call Manager

BCSM

Basic Call State Model

BDISCT


Bulk Disconnection Timer

BER

Bit Error Rate.

BFI

Bad Frame I
ndicator

BFT

Binary File Transfer.

BLOB

Block of Bits

bps

Bits per second.

BPSK

Biphase shift keying.

BRAID The Motorola data encryption algorithm's
name refers to braiding, as in hair.

BS

Base Station

BSC

Base Station Controller

BSMC

Base Station Manufa
cturer Code

BSMCS BSMC Status Parameter

BTA

Basic Trading Area

BTS

Base Transceiver System

BTTS

Broadcast Transport Teleservice
Capability

BULKDISCONN Bulk Disconnection INVOKE

bulkdisconn Bulk Disconnection RETURN
RESULT

C/I

Carrier/Interference ra
tio

CAC

Carrier Access Code

CACH

Channel Assignment Channel

CALEA

Communication Assistance to Law
Enforcement Act.

CAPCS

Cellular Auxiliary Personal
Communications Service

CAVE

Cellular Authentication & Voice
Encryption

CBR

Constant Bit Rate

CCA

Common Cry
ptographic Algorithm

CCCH


Common Control Channel

CCDIR

Call Control Directive INVOKE

ccdir

Call Control Directive RETURN
RESULT

CCDT

Call Control Directive Timer

CCF

Call Control Function

CCITT

The International Telegraph and
Telephone Consultative Commit
tee. Now
called the ITU.

CCM

Control Channel Mode Parameter

CDCP

Call Data Collection Point

CDG

CDMA Development Group

CDGP

Call Data Generation Point

CDIS

Call Data Information Source.

CDMA

Code Division Multiple Access

CDMABC

CDMA Band Class parameter

C
DMABCI

CDMA Band Class Information
parameter

CDMABCL


CDMA Band Class List
parameter

CDMACR

CDMA Connection Reference
parameter

CDMACRINFO

CDMA Connection Reference
Information parameter

CDMACRLIST

CDMA Connection Reference
List parameter

CDMAS


CDMA State

parameter

CDMASCM2

CDMA Station Class Mark 2
parameter

CDMASCR


CDMA Service Configuration
Record parameter

CDMASERCONF

CDMA Service
Configuration Record parameter

CDMASEROPT

CDMA Service Option
parameter

CDMASEROPTLIST

CDMA Service Option
List parameter

CDMASO

CDMA Service Option parameter

CDMASOL

CDMA Service Option List parameter

CDPD

Cellular Digital Packet Data

CDR

Call Detail Record

CDRP

Call Data Rating Point

CELP

Code Excited Linear Prediction.

CFRT

Connection Failure Report Timer

CHANGE

Change par
ameter

CHAP

Challenge Handshake Authentication
Protocol

CHGSRVAT

Change Service Attribute
parameter

CIC

Carrier ID Code

CITEL

Commission InterAmericanna de
Telecommunications Association

CLASS

Custom Local Area Signaling Services.

CMEA

Cellular Message Enc
ryption Algorithm

CMODES

Confidentiality Modes parameter

CMRS

Commercial Mobile Radio Service.

CNAP

Calling NAme Presentation

CNAR

Calling Name Restriction

CNID

Control Network ID parameter

CNIP

Calling Number Identification
Presentation

CPCCH

Common Power

Control Channel

CPE

Customer Premise Equipment

CRC

Cyclic Redundancy Code

CRID

Call Recovery ID parameter

CRIDLIST

Call Recovery ID List parameter

CRL

Certificate Revocation List

CRM

Circuit Reservation Message

CRRT

Call Recovery Report Timer

CS

Cryptosyn
c

CS
-
2

Capability Set 2

CSC

Customer Service Center

csch

Common Signaling Channel

CS
-
n

Capability Set n

CT

Cypher Text

CTIA

Cellular Telecommunication Industry
Association

CTO

Chief Technical Officers

CTS

CDMA Tiered Services

CWTS

China Wireless Telecommun
ication
Standard Group

DAE

Data Access Element parameter

DAEL


Data Access Element List parameter

D
-
AMPS

Digital Advanced Mobile Phone
System.

dBc

The ratio (in dB) of the sideband power of
a signal, measured in a given bandwidth at
a given frequency offse
t from the center
frequency of the same signal, to the total
inband power of the signal. .

dBm

Decibels referenced to one milliwatt

dBm
/
Hz

Decibels per Hertz
-

a measure of power
spectral density

dBW

A measure of power expressed in terms of
its ratio (in
dB) to one Watt.

DCC

Digital Control Channel.

DCCH

Dedicated Control Channel

DCDC

Desired Characteristics & Decision
Criteria

DCE

Data Circuit
-
terminating Equipment

DCS

Digital Cellular System (1800)

DDR

Document Discrepancy Report

DECT

Digital European Co
rdless Telephone

DFP

Distributed Functional Plane

DISCO

Domestic
-
International Satellite service
Consolidation.

DKEY

DataKey parameter

DMH

Data Message Handler

DN

Directory Number.

DOI

Domain of Interpretation

DP

Detection Point

DPP

Data Privacy Paramet
ers

DQPSK

Differential Quadrature Phase Shift
Keying

DRAM

Dynamic Random Access Memory

DS

Direct Spread

dsch

Dedicated Signaling Channel

DTC

Digital Traffic Channel

dtch

Dedicated Traffic Channel

DTE

Data Terminal Equipment

DTMF

Dual Tone Multi
-
Frequency

D
TV

Digital Television

DTX

Discontinuous Transmission

E911

Enhanced 911

EA

Entropy Accumulator

Eb

The energy of an information bit.

E
b
/N
t

The ratio in dB of the combined received
energy per bit to the effective noise power
spectral density.

Ec/I0

The ratio

in dB between the pilot energy
accumulated over one PN chip period (Ec)
to the total power spectral density (I0) in
the received bandwidth.

ECI

Error Concealment Indicator

ECR

Enhanced Call Routing

ECSP

Electronic Communications Service
Providers

EDACP

En
hanced Digital Access
Communications System

EDP

Event Detection Point

EDP
-
N

Event Detection Point
-

Notification

EDP
-
R

Event Detection Point
-

Request

EIA

Electronics Industry Association

EIB

Erasure Indicator Bit

EIR

Equipment Identity Register

EIRP

Effec
tive Isotropic Radiated Power

ER

Enhanced Roaming

ERI

Enhanced Roaming Indicator

ERMES

European Radio Messaging System

ERP

Effective Radiated Power

ESC

Extended Spectrum Capacity

ESI

Electronic Surveillance Interface

ESMR

Enhanced Specialized Mobile Radio

ESN

Electronic Serial Number

ESP

Encapsulating Security Payload

ETACS

Extended Total Access Communications
Systems

ETSI

European Technical Standards Institute.

EVM

Error Vector Magnitude

EVRC

Enhanced Variable Rate Codec

EXESCR

Execute Script parameter

FA

Foreign Agent

FAC

Foreign Agent Challenge

FACCH

Fast Access Control Channel

F
-
ACH

Forward Access Channel

FAILCAUSE

Failure Cause parameter

FAILTYPE

Failure Type parameter

FAM

Fleet and Asset Management

FAMOUS

Future Advanced MObile Universal
Service

F
-
BCC
H

Forward Broadcast Control Channel

FBI

Federal Bureau of Investigation

F
-
CACH

Forward Common Assignment
Channel

FCC

Federal Communications Commission

F
-
CCCH

Forward Common Control Channel

FCH

Fundamental Channel

F
-
CPCCH

Forward Common Power Control
Channe
l

F
-
CPCSCH

Forward Common Power Control Sub
-
channel

f
-
csch

Forward Common Signaling Channel

F
-
DCCH

Forward Digital Control Channel.

FDD

Frequency Division Duplex

FDMA

Frequency Division Multiple Access.

f
-
dsch

Forward Dedicated Signaling Channel

f
-
dtch

For
ward Dedicated Traffic Channel

FE

Functional Entity

FEATIND

Feature Indicator parameter

FER

Frame Error Rate

FHMA

Frequency Hopping Multiple Access

FIM

Feature Interactions Manager

FM

Feature Manager

FM

Frequency Modulation

FNPRM

Future Notice of Proposed
Rule Making

FOCC

Forward Analog Control Channel

F
-
PCH

Forward Paging Channel

FPH

FreePhone

FPLMTS

Future Public Land Mobile
Telecommunications Systems


now
IMT
-
2000

FSK

Frequency Shift Key

FSLP

Feature Service Logic Program

FTAG

Fraud Technical Advisory G
roup

FTP

File Transfer Protocol

FVC

Forward Analog Vice Channel

FWA

Fixed Wireless Access

FWI

Flash With Information

GAOM

Global Action Overhead Message

GECO

Global ECO (Emergency Call
Origination)

GEO

Geostationary Orbit

GHz

GigaHertz (109 Hertz)

GMSK

Gau
ssian Minimum Shift Keying (GSM)

GPS

Global Positioning System

GSM

Formerly: Group Special Mobile. Now:
Global System for Mobile
Communications

GT

Global Title parameter

HA

Home Agent

HAC

Hearing Aid Compatibility

HCO

Hearing Carry Over

HDML

Handheld Dev
ice Markup Language

HLR

Home Location Register

HMAC
-
SHA

Hash
-
based Message
Authentication Code
-

SHA

HO

Hand Off

ICO

Intermediate Circular Orbit

ICS

Incoming Call Screening

IDEN

Integrated Digital Enhanced Network

IETF

Internet Engineering Task Force

IFAS
T

Formerly “International Forum on AMPS
Standards Technology”; recently changed
to “International Forum on ANSI
-
41
Standards Technology”

IKE

Internet Key Exchange

ILEC

Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier

IM

InterModulation

IMBE

Improved Multi
-
Band Excitation

IMHO

In My Humble Opinion

IMS

Intersystem Messaging Security

IMSCCID

Inter MSC Circuit Identification

IMSI

International Mobile Station Identifier

IMT

International Mobile Telecommunications

IMT
-
2000

International Mobile
Telecommunications


2000

IMTA

In
ternational Mobile Telecommunications
Association

IN

Intelligent Network

INAP

Intelligent Network Application Protocol

IP

Internet Protocol

IP

Intelligent Peripheral

IPCP

IP Control Protocol

IPE

In Path Equipment

IPR

Intellectual Property Rights

IRM

Int
ernational roaming MIN

IRT

Instruction Request Timer

IS

Interim Standard

ISAKMP

Internet Security Association and Key
Management protocol

ISD

International Standards Development

ISDN

Integrated Services Digital Network

ISLP

InterSystem Link Protocol

ISLPI
NFO

ISLP Information

ISMA

Interference Sense Multiple Access

ISO

International Standards Organization

ISP

Internet Service Provider

ITAR

International Traffic in Arms Regulations

ITU

International Telecommunications Union

ITU
-
R

International Telecommunica
tions Union
-

Radio

ITU
-
T

International Telecommunications Union
-

Telephone

IWF

Interworking Function

JPC

Joint Projects Committee

JTACS

Japan Total Access Communications
Systems

JTC

Joint Technical Committee

Kbps

Kilobits (10
3
) bits per second

kbps

kilob
its per second

KHz

Kilohertz (103 Hertz)

KSG

Key Stream Generator

Ksps

Kilo
-
symbols per second (103 symbols
per second)

L1

Layer 1

L2

Layer 2

L3

Layer 3

LAC

Link Access Control

LAES

Lawfully Authorized Electronic
Surveillance

LAN

Local Area Network.

LATA

L
ocal Access Transport Area

LBC

Location
-
Based Charging

LBSS

Location Based Services System

LEC

Local Exchange Carrier

LEO

Low Earth Orbit

LMCC

Land Mobile Communications Council

LMDS

Local Multipoint Distribution Service

LPC

Linear Predictive Coding

LPM

L
ogical
-
to
-
Physical Mapping

LRF

Location Registration Function

LRF
H

Location Registration Function


HLR

LRF
V

Location Registration Function


VLR

LSB

Least Significant Bit

LSI

Location
-
Based Information Service

LTU

Logical Transmission Unit

MAC

Media Acces
s Control

MACF

Mobile Station Access Control Function

MAP

Mobile Application Part

MC

Multi
-
Carrier

MC

Message Center.

MCC

Mobile Country Code

Mcps

Megachips per second (106 chips per
second)

MCSB

Message Control and Status Block

MDN

Mobile Directory Numbe
r

MHz

Megahertz (106 Hertz)

MIN

Mobile Identification Number

MIP

Mobile IP

MIPS

Millions of Instructions Per Second

MNC

Mobile Network Code

MNE

Mobile Network Entity

MODRQ

Modification Request parameter

MODRQL

Modification Request List parameter

MOPS

Mil
lions of Operations Per Second.

MOS

Mean Opinion Score

MoU

Memo of Understanding

MPEG

Motion Picture Expert Group

ms

Millisecond (10
-
3 second)

MS

Mobile Station

MSA

Metropolitan Statistical Area

MSB

Most significant bit

MSC

Mobile Switching Center

MSID

Mob
ile Station Identifier

MT

Mobile Terminal

MT

Modify Timer

MTA

Major Trading Area

MTn

Mobile Terminal n

MUX

Multiplexer

MWIF

Mobile Wireless Internet Forum

NADC

North American Digital Cellular

NAG

Network Reference Model (NRM),
Acronyms & Definitions Group

NAI

Network Access Identifier

NAM

Number Assignment Module

NAMPS

Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone
Service

NANP

North American Numbering Plan

NCG

Numbering Consulting Group

NDSS

Network Directed System Selection

NE

Network Entity

NID

Network Identificati
on

NIST

National Institute for Standards and
Technology.

NMAG

Network Management Ad Hoc Group.

NMSI

National Mobile Station Identity

NMT

Nordic Mobile Telephone

NNI

Network to Network Interworking

NP

Non
-
Public Service Mode

NPDATA

Non Public Data Parameter

NPN

Network Provided Number

NPR

Noise Power Ratio

NRM

Network Reference Model

ns

Nanosecond (10
-
9 second)

NSA

National Security Agency

NSMA

National Spectrum Management
Association

NTIA

National Telecommunication Industry
Association

OAM&P

Operations Admi
nistration,
Maintenance and Provisioning

OATS

Over
-
the Air Activation TeleService

OLC

Overload Class

OMT

Overhead Message Train

ORYX

AT&T data algorithm
-

according to Jim
Reeds (AT&T
-
WS), it stands for a goat
-
like animal with long and sharp horns.
SM.

OS

Operations System

OTAF

Over
-
the
-
Air Function

OTAPA

Over the Air Parameter Administration

OTASP

Over
-
the
-
Air Service Provisioning

OTD

Orthogonal Transmit Diversity

PACA

Priority Access Channel Assignment

PACS

Personal Access Communications System

PAMR

Publ
ic Access Mobile Radio

PAP

Password Authentication Protocol

PC

Power Control

PCF

Packet Control Function

PCH

Paging Channel

PCI

Protocol Control Information

PCIA

Personal Communications Industry
Association

PCM

Pulse Coded Modulation

PCMCIA

Personal Co
mmunications
Manufacturer’s Industry Association.

PCS

Personal Communications Services

PCS

Personal Communications System

PCSC

Personal Communications Switching
Center

PDA

Personal Digital Assistant

PDE

Positioning Determining Element

PDF

Portable Document

Format

PDNR

Preliminary Draft of New
Recommendation

PDSN

Packet Data Serving Node

PDU

Protocol Data Unit

PFC

Paging Frame Class Parameter

PHS

Personal Handyphone System

PIC

Point In Call

PIMM

Point In Mobility Management

PL

Physical Layer

PL

Programming
Lock

PLMTS

Public Land Mobile Telecommunications
Systems

PM

Phase Modulation

PN

Project Number

PN

Pseudo Noise

POP

Point of Presence

POPs

Persons of Population

POTS

Plain Old telephone Service

PPC

Pre
-
Paid Charging

PPDN

Public Packet Data Network

PPM

Part
s per million

PPP

Point
-
to
-
Point Protocol

PRC

Premium Rate Charging

PRINFO

PSID/RSID Information Parameter

PRLIST

PSID/RSID List Parameter

PSAP

Public Safety Answering Point

PSID

Private System Identifier

PSPDN

Public Switched Packet Data Network.

PSTN

Pub
lic Switched Telephone Network

PT

Plain Text

PUB

Post Usage Billing

PUF

Power Up Function

Q13

Speech Codec Service Option for ANSI
-
95 at 13.3 Kbps

Q8

Speech Codec Service Option for ANSI
-
95 at 8 Kbps

Q
-
FIN

ITU equivalent to TIA Stage 1.

QCELP

QUALCOMM Co
de Excited Linear
Prediction

QIB

Quality Indicator Bit

QOF

Quasi
-
Orthogonal Function

QoS

Quality of Service

QPCH

Quick Paging Channel

QPSK

Quadrature phase shift keying

R&O

Report & Order (FCC)

RAAC

Reverse Analog Control Channel

RACF

Radio Access Control
Function

R
-
ACH

Reverse Access Channel

RADIUS Remote Authentication Dial In User
Service

RAM

Random Access Memory.

RAN

Radio Access Network

RAST

RAdio STandards

RBOC

Regional Bell Operating Company

RC

Radio Configuration

R
-
CCCH

Reverse Common Control Channe
l

RCD

Resource Configuration Database

RCF

Radio Control Function

r
-
csch

Reverse Common Signaling Channel

RDA

Rate Determination Algorithm

R
-
DCCH

Reverse Digital Control Channel

r
-
dsch

Reverse Dedicated Signaling Channel

r
-
dtch

Reverse Dedicated Traffic Cha
nnel

R
-
EACH

Reverse Enhanced Access Channel.

REVAL

Recommendations on the Procedures for
Evaluation of Radio Transmission
Technologies for FPLMTS

RF

Radio Frequency

RLP

Radio Link Protocol

RMS

Root Mean Square

RN

Radio Network

ROLR

Receive Objective Loudn
ess Rating

RPE
-
LTP

Regular Pulse Excited LPC with Long
Term Protection

RRC

Radio Resource Control Function

RRP

Mobile IP Registration Reply

RRQ

Mobile IP Registration Request

RSA

Rivest, Shamir and Adleman


public key
algorithm

RSA

Rural Service Area

RS
AG

Radio Spectrum Advisory Group

RSID

Residential System Identifier

RsMA

Reservation Multiple Access

RSSI

Received Signal Strength Indicator

RTF

Radio Terminal Function

RTT

Radio Transmission Technology

RUAC

Rejection of Undesired Annoying Calls

R
-
UIM

Remo
vable User Identity Module

RVC

Reverse Analog Voice Channel

SA

Security Association

SAC

Subscriber Access Control

SACCH

Slow Access Control Channel

SAP

Service Access Point

SAR

Segmentation and Reassembly

SAT

Supervisory Audio Tone

SBSL

Switch
-
Based Serv
ice Logic

SC

Smart Card

SCCH

Supplemental Code Channel

SCD

Satellite Communications Division

SCE

Service Creation Environment

SCEF

Service Creation Environment Function

SCF

Service Control Function

SCFT

Service Control Function Timer

SCH

Supplemental Chann
el

SCI

Synchronized Capsule Indicator Bit

SCM

Station Class Mark

SCP

Service Control Point

SCRARG

Script Argument parameter

SCRNAME


Script Name parameter

SCRRESULT

Script Result parameter

SDAE

Service Data Access Element parameter

SDAEL

Service Data Acces
s Element List
parameter

SDB

Short Data Burst

SDBTS

Short Data Burst Tele
-
Service

SDCC

Supplementary Digital Color Code

SDF

Service Data Function

SDR

Service Data Result parameter

SDRL

Service Data Result List parameter

SDU

Service Data Unit

SEAD

Software
Encryption Algorithm for Data

SERVRSLT

Services Result Parameter

SG

Study Group

SID

Silence Descriptor

SIM

Service Interactions Manager

SIM

Subscriber Identity Module

SLP

Service Logic Program

SLPI

Service Logic Program Instance

SM

Switching Manager

SMAF

Service Management Access Function

SME

Short Message Entity

SME

Signal Message Encryption

SMF

Service Management Function

SMR

Specialized Mobile Radio.

SMS

Service Management System

SMS

Short Message Service

SMV

Selectable Mode Vocoder

SN

Service Node

SNHC

Synthetic/Natural Hybrid Coding

SO

Service Option

SOC

System Operator Code

SOCS

SOC Status Parameter

SOM

Start of Message (bit).

SP

Standards Proposal

SPASM

Subscriber Parameter Administration
Security Mechanism

SPC

Service Programming Code

SPI

Security
Parameter Index

SPL

Service Programming Lock.

sps

Symbols per second

SR

Spreading Rate

SR1

Spreading Rate 1

SR3

Spreading Rate 3

SRAM

Static Random Access Memory

SRBP

Signaling Radio Burst Protocol

SRD

Standards Requirements Document

SRF

Specialized Resour
ce Function

SRFDT

SRF Directive Timer

SS7

Signaling System 7

SSD

Shared Secret Data

SSF

Service Switching Function

SSFT

Service Switching Function Timer

SSG

Special Study Group

SSM

Switching State Model

SSN

Sub
-
System Number

SSP

Service Switching Point

SSP
R

System Selection for Preferred Roaming

SSUI

Standard Subscriber Unit Interface.

ST

Search Timer

STG

Science & Technology Group (CTIA)

STS

Space Time Spreading

STU

Secure Telephone Unit

SWG

Sub
-
Working Group

SYSCAP

System Capabilities

SZRT

Seize Resource
Timer

T_Bits

Time Alignment Bits

TA

Terminal Adapter

TACS

Total Access Communications Systems

TCAP

Transaction Capability Application Part

TCAU

Telecommunications Contract & Audit
Unit (FBI)

TCME TFO Circuit Multiplication Equipment

TCP

Transmission Cont
rol Protocol

TCP/IP

Transport Control Protocol / Internet
Protocol

TD

Transmit Diversity including OTD and
STS

TDD

Telecommunications Device for the Deaf

TDD

Time Division Duplex

TDP

Trigger Detection Point

TDP
-
N

Trigger Detection Point
-

Notification

TDP
-
R

Trigger Detection Point
-

Request

TDT

T Disconnect Timer

TE

Terminal Equipment

Ten

Terminal Equipment n

TETRA

Terrestrial Trunked Radio

TFO

Tandem Free Operation

TG

Task Group

TIA

Telecommunications Industry Association

TILU

Telecommunications Industry
Liaison
Unit (FBI)

TINA
-
C

Telecommunications Information
Networking Architecture Consortium

TLDN

Temporary Local Directory Number

TMSI

Temporary Mobile Station Identification

TOD

Time of Day parameter

TOI

Third Order Intercept.

TOLR

Transmit Objective Loud
ness Rating

TR

Transmit
-
Receive (as in TR45)

TRAU

Transcoder and Rate Adaptor Unit

TRIGADDRLIST Trigger Address List parameter

TRIGCAP

Trigger Capability parameter

TRIGLIST

Trigger List parameter

TRIGTYPE

Trigger Type parameter

TRS

Telecommunication Rel
ay Service.

TRU

Transmit
-
Receive Unit

TSB

Telecommunications Systems Bulletin

TSSC

Technical Standards SubCommittee

TTA

Telecommunications Technology
Association (Korea)

TTC

Telecommunication Technology
Committee (Japan)

TTL

TRAU
-
TRX
-
Link

TTL

Transistor
-
T
ransistor Logic

TTY

Teletype

UDP

User Datagram Protocol

UDR

Usage Data Record

UG

User Group

UIM

User/Universal Identity Module

UMAC

Universal Mobile Attenuation Code

UMTS

Universal Mobile Telecommunication
System

UNI

User Network Interface

UPN

User Provi
ded Number

UPT

Universal Personal Telecommunications

URCDT

Unreliable Call Data Timer

US1

US 1 Codec (12.2 Kbps)

USCF

User Selective Call Forwarding

USNC

United States National Committee

UTC

Universal Temps Coordiné (Universal
Coordinated Time)

UTRA

UMTS
Radio Terrestrial Access

UWCC

Universal Wireless Communications
Consortium

UZ

User Zone

UZDATA

User Zone Data Parameter

V&V

Verification & Validation

VBR

Variable Bit Rate

VCO

Voice Carry Over

VCS

Voice Controlled Services

VHE

Virtual Home Environment

VLR

Visitor Location Register

VMAC

Voice Mobile Attenuation Code

VPM

Voice Privacy Mask

VSC

Vertical Service Code

VSELP

Vector Sum Excited Linear Prediction

VSWR

Volt Standing Wave Ratio

WAN

Wide Area Network

WAP

Wireless Application Protocol

WARC

World Admin
istration Radio Conference

WBSS

WideBand Spread Spectrum

WCAT

Wireless Cellular Action Team

W
-
CDMA

Wideband Code Division Multiple
Access

WCS

Wireless Communications Service

WG

Working Group

WIF

Wireless Interconnect Forum

WIN

Wireless Intelligent Network

WINCAP

WIN Capability parameter

WINOPCAP

WIN Operations Capability
parameter

WINRT

WIN Response Timer

WLL

Wireless Local Loop

WMOPS

Weighted Millions of Operations Per
Second

WNP

Wireless Number Portability

WP

Working Party

WPP

Wireless Pay Phone

WRE

Wire
less Residential Extension

wrt

with respect to

WTRIGLIST

WIN Trigger List parameter

5

Introduction



6

Technical specification numbering structure

The 3GPP2 document numbering scheme is indicated as follows:

A.Bcccc
-
w
-
x version y.z

Where:



A denotes the TSG (A
, C, N, P, S) which developed the specification
where:



TSG
-
A develops RAN (i.e., A
-
interface) specifications



TSG
-
C develops air interface specifications



TSG
-
N develops intersystem interface specifications



TSG
-
P develops packet data specifications



TSG
-
S dev
elops service and system aspects specifications
including Stage 1 requirements descriptions and OAM&P
specifications



B denotes project, report, specification (P, R, S).



cccc denotes a four (4) digit number which identifies the specific
specification



w deno
tes revision



0 is the first release (0th revision),



A is the first revision,



and so on



x denotes whether this is the prime revision or an addendum



0 is the prime revision, and is used when the document is first
created



1 is the first addendum



2 is the seco
nd addendum



and so on



y is the “point release” indicator
-

0 is used when the document is first
created; the number is incremented whenever approved for publishing by
the plenary of a TSG (e.g., 1 is the first approval by the plenary for
publishing).



z is
an internal edit level. The internal edit level z, is always reset to 0
when the document is approved by the applicable plenary. It is
incremented by the entity (e.g., working group) that is developing the
document for each new edit release.

Notes:

1.

If the

designator w and the designator x are both equal to 0, then neither
designator needs to be included.

2.

The document reference section does not need to include “version y.z”
unless specifically needed to resolve a technical incompatibility that would
exist.


7

Basic architecture for the ANSI
-
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8

Reference Points


8.1

Reference Point A

Reference Point A is the interface between the BSC and the MSC.

8.2

Reference Point Ai

Reference Point Ai is the interface between the IP and th
e PSTN, plus the
interface between the MSC and the PSTN [ESNE], plus the interface between
the SN and the PSTN.

8.3

Reference Point A
bis

Reference Point Abis is the interface between the BSC and the BTS.

8.4

Reference Point A
ter

Reference Point Ater is the BS to B
S interface.

8.5

Reference Point A
quater

Reference Point Aquater is the interface between the PDSN and the PCF.

8.6

Reference Point A
quinter

Reference Point Aquinter is the interface between the PCF and the BSC.

8.7

Reference Point B

Reference Point B is the interfa
ce between the MSC and the VLR.

8.8

Reference Point C

Reference Point C is the interface between the MSC and the HLR.

8.9

Reference Point D

Reference Point D is the interface between the VLR and the HLR.

8.10

Reference Point d

Reference Point d is the interface between

an IAP and the DF.

8.11

Reference Point D1

Reference Point D1 is the interface between the OTAF and the VLR.

8.12

Reference Point Di

Reference Point Di is the interface between:



The IP and the ISDN.



The IWF and the ISDN.



The MSC and the ISDN [ESNE].



The SN and the

ISDN..

8.13

Reference Point E

Reference Point E is the interface between the MSC and the MSC.

8.14

Reference Point E2

Reference Point E2 is the interface between the MPC and the ESME.

8.15

Reference Point E3

Reference Point E3 is the interface between the MPC and the

MSC.

8.16

Reference Point E5

Reference Point E5 is the interface between the MPC and the PDE.

8.17

Reference Point E9

Reference Point E9 is the interface between the MPC and the SCP.

8.18

Reference Point E11

Reference Point E11 is the interface between the MPC and th
e CRDB.

8.19

Reference Point E12

Reference Point E12 is the interface between the MSC and the PDE.

8.20

Reference Point E?

Reference Point E? is the interface between the BS and the LPDE.

8.21

Reference Point e

Reference Point e is the interface between the CF and the DF
.

8.22

Reference Point F

Reference Point F is the interface between the MSC and the EIR.

8.23

Reference Point G

Reference Point G is the interface between the VLR and the VLR.

8.24

Reference Point H

Reference Point H is the interface between the HLR and the AC.

8.25

Reference

Point I

Reference Point I is the interface between the CDIS and the CDGP.

8.26

Reference Point J

Reference Point J is the interface between the CDGP and the CDCP.

8.27

Reference Point K

Reference Point K is the interface between the CDGP and the CDRP.

8.28

Reference Poi
nt L

Reserved.

8.29

Reference Point M1

Reference Point M1 is the interface between the SME and the MC.

8.30

Reference Point M2

Reference Point M2 is the MC to MC interface.

8.31

Reference Point M3

Reference Point M3 is the SME to SME interface.

8.32

Reference Point N

Referenc
e Point N is the interface between the HLR and the MC.

8.33

Reference Point N1

Reference Point N1 is the interface between the HLR and the OTAF.

8.34

Reference Point O1

Reference Point O1 is the interface between an MWNE and the OSF.

8.35

Reference Point O2

Reference Poi
nt O2 is the OSF to OSF interface.

8.36

Reference Point Pi

Reference Point Pi is the interface between:



The MSC and the PDN.



The IWF and the PDN.



The PDSN and the PDN.



The HA and the PDN.



The AAA and the HA.



The AAA to AAA.



The HA and the PDSN.



The PDSN and

the AAA.


8.37

Reference Point Q

Reference Point Q is the interface between the MC and the MSC.

8.38

Reference Point Q1

Reference Point Q1 is the interface between the MSC and the OTAF.

8.39

Reference Point R

Reference Point R is the interface between the TA and the TE
2.

8.40

Reference Point Rm

Reference Point Rm is the interface between the TE2 and the TAm plus the
interface between the TE2 and the MT2.

8.41

Reference Point Rv

Reference Point Rv is the interface between the DCE and the TE2.

8.42

Reference Point Rx

Reference Point Rx
is the interface between the PPDN and the TE2.

8.43

Reference Point S

Reference Point S is the interface between the ISDN and the TE1.

8.44

Reference Point Sm

Reference Point Sm is the interface between the TE1 and the MT1 plus the
interface between the TE1 and the
TAm.

8.45

Reference Point T1

Reference Point T1 is the interface between the MSC and the SCP.

8.46

Reference Point T2

Reference Point T2 is the interface between the HLR and the SCP.

8.47

Reference Point T3

Reference Point T3 is the interface between the IP and the SCP.

8.48

Reference Point T4

Reference Point T4 is the interface between the HLR and the SN.

8.49

Reference Point T5

Reference Point T5 is the interface between the IP and the MSC.

8.50

Reference Point T6

Reference Point T6 is the interface between the MSC and the SN.

8.51

Referen
ce Point T7

Reference Point T7 is the interface between the SCP and the SN.

8.52

Reference Point T8

Reference Point T8 is the interface between the SCP and the SCP.

8.53

Reference Point T9

Reference Point T9 is the interface between the HLR and the IP.

8.54

Reference Poi
nt Ui

Reference Point Ui is the interface between the integrated UIM and a ME.

8.55

Reference Point Um

Reference Point Um is the interface between the BS and the MS, which
corresponds to the air interface.

8.56

Reference Point Ur

Reference Point Ur is the interface
between the Removable
-
UIM and a ME.

8.57

Reference Point Uv

Reference Point Uv is the interface between the Vehicle and a MS.

8.58

Reference Point V

Reference Point V is the interface between the OTAF and the OTAF.

8.59

Reference Point W

Reference Point W is the interfa
ce between the DCE and the PSTN.

8.60

Reference Point X

Reference Point X is the interface between the CSC and the OTAF.

8.61

Reference Point Y

Reference Point Y is the interface between a Wireless Network Entity (WNE) and
the IWF.

8.62

Reference Point Z

Reference Point
Z is the interface between the MSC and the NPDB.

8.63

Reference Point Z1

Reference Point Z1 is the interface between the MSC and the VMS.

8.64

Reference Point Z2

Reference Point Z2 is the interface between the HLR and the VMS.

8.65

Reference Point Z3

Reference Point Z3 i
s the interface between the MC and the VMS.

9

Network Entities

9.1

Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA)

The AAA is an entity that provides Internet Protocol functionality to support the
functions of Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting.

9.2

A
uthentication Center (AC)

The AC is an entity that manages the authentication information related to the
MS. The AC may, or may not be located within, and be indistinguishable from
an HLR. An AC may serve more than one HLR.

9.3

Base Station (BS)

A BS is an ent
ity that provides the means for MSs to access network services
using radio. It includes a BSC and a BTS.

9.4

Base Station Controller (BSC)

The BSC is an entity that provides control and management for one or more
BTSs. The BSC exchanges messages with both th
e BTS and the MSC. Traffic
and signaling concerned with call control, mobility management, and MS
management may pass transparently through the BSC.

9.5

Base Transceiver System (BTS)

The BTS is an entity that provides transmission capabilities across the Um
r
eference point. The BTS consists of radio devices, antenna and equipment.

9.6

Call Data Collection Point (CDCP)

The CDCP is the entity that collects the call detail information.

9.7

Call Data Generation Point (CDGP)

The CDGP is an entity which provides call detai
l information to the CDCP in
ANSI
-
124 format. This may be the entity that converts call detail information
from a proprietary format into a standard format. All information from the
CDGP to the CDCP must be in this standard format.

9.8

Call Data Information
Source (CDIS)

The CDIS is an entity that can be the source of call detail information. This
information may be in proprietary format. It is not required to be in the
standard format.

9.9

Call Data Rating Point (CDRP)

The CDRP is the entity that takes the unr
ated ANSI
-
124 format call detail
information and applies the applicable charge and tax related information. The
charge and tax information is added using the standard format.

9.10

Collection Function (CF)
-

[Intercept]

The CF is an entity that is responsible
for collecting intercepted
communications for a lawfully authorized law enforcement agency.

The CFs typically include:



the ability to receive and process call contents information for each
intercept subject.



the ability to receive information regarding eac
h intercept subject (e.g.,
call associated or non
-
call associated) from the Delivery function and
process it.

9.11

Coordinate Routing Data Base (CRDB)


The CRDB is an entity that stores information to translate a given position
expressed as a latitude and longi
tude to a string of digits.

9.12

Customer Service Center (CSC)

The CSC is an entity where service provider representatives receive telephone
calls from customers wishing to subscribe to initial wireless service or request
a change in the customer’s existing ser
vice. The CSC interfaces proprietarily
with the OTAF to perform network and MS related changes necessary to
complete the service provisioning request.

9.13

Data Circuit Equipment (DCE)

A termination that provides a non
-
ISDN user
-
network interface (e.g., ITU
-
T
[CCITT] V series, ITU
-
T [CCITT] X series).

9.14

Delivery Function (DF)
-

[Intercept]

The DF is an entity that is responsible for delivering intercepted
communications to one or more collection functions.

The DFs typically include:



the ability to accept call co
ntents for each intercept subject over one or
more channels from each Access function.



the ability to deliver call contents for each intercept subject over one or
more channels to a Collection function as authorized for each law
enforcement agency.



the abi
lity to accept information over one or more data channels and
combine that information into a single data flow for each intercept
subject.



the ability to filter or select information on an intercept subject before
delivery to a Collection function as autho
rized for a particular law
enforcement agency.



the optional ability to detect audio in
-
band DTMF digits for translation
and delivery to a Collection function as authorized for a particular law
enforcement agency.



the ability to duplicate and deliver inform
ation on the intercept subject to
one or more Collection functions as authorized for each law enforcement
agency.



the ability to provide security to restrict access.

9.15

Emergency Service Message Entity (ESME)

The ESME routes and processes the out of band mess
ages related to
emergency calls. This may be incorporated into selective routers (also known
as Routing, Bridging, and Transfer Switches), public safety answering ports,
emergency response agencies, and Automatic Location Information (ALI) data
base engin
es. The structure of the Emergency Service Network is beyond the
scope of this specification.

9.16

Emergency Service Network Entity (ESNE)

The ESNE routes and processes the voice band portions of the emergency calls.
This is composed of selective routers (als
o known as Routing, Bridging, and
Transfer Switches), public safety answering points and emergency agencies.
The structure of the Emergency Services Network is beyond the scope of this
specification.

9.17

Equipment Identity Register (EIR)

The EIR is an entity
that is the register to which user equipment identity may
be assigned for record purposes. The nature, purpose, and utilization of this
information is an area for further study.

9.18

Home Agent (HA)

The HA is an entity that:



Authenticates Mobile IP registrati
ons from the mobile station.



Redirects packets to the foreign agent component of the PDSN, and
optionally receive and route reverse packets from the foreign agent
component of the PDSN.



May establish, maintain and terminate secure communications to the
PDS
N.



Receives provisioning information from the AAA Function for users.



May assign a dynamic home IP address.

9.19

Home Location Register (HLR)

The HLR is the location register to which a user identity is assigned for record
purposes such as subscriber informatio
n (e.g. Electronic Serial Number (ESN),
Mobile Directory Number (MDN), Profile Information, Current Location,
Authorization Period).

9.20

Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)

The ISDN is defined in accordance with the appropriate ANSI T1 Standards.

9.21

Intel
ligent Peripheral (IP)

The IP is an entity that performs specialized resource functions such as playing
announcements, collecting digits, performing speech
-
to
-
text or text
-
to
-
speech
conversion, recording and storing voice messages, facsimile services, data

services, etc.

9.22

Intercept Access Point (IAP)

The IAP is an entity that provides access to the communications to, or from,
the equipment, facilities, or services of an intercept subject.

9.23

Interworking Function (IWF)

The IWF is an entity that provides informa
tion conversion for one or more
WNEs. An IWF may have an interface to a single WNE providing conversion
services. An IWF may augment an identified interface between two WNEs,
providing conversion services to both WNEs.

9.24

Local Position Determining Entity (
LPDE)

The LPDE facilitates the determination of the position or geographical location
of a wireless terminal. Each LPDE supports one or more position determining
technologies. Multiple LPDEs using the same technology may serve the
coverage area of a Mobil
e Position Center (MPC) and the multiple LPDEs each
using a different technology may serve the same coverage area of an MPC.
Local PDEs (LPDEs) reside at the BS.

9.25

Managed Wireless Network Entity (MWNE)

A MWNE within the Collective Entity or any specific ne
twork entity having OS
wireless management needs, including another OS.

9.26

Message Center (MC)

The MC is an entity that stores and forwards short messages. The MC may
also provide supplementary services for Short Message Service (SMS).

9.27

Mobile Equipment (ME)

The ME is the MS without a UIM. The ME is only capable of accessing the
network per locally defined service configuration e.g. emergency services,
service center, etc.

9.28

Mobile Position Center (MPC)

The MPC selects a PDE to determine the position of a mobi
le station. The MPC
may restrict access to position information e.g. require that the MS be engaged
in an emergency call or only release position information to authorized network
entities.

9.29

Mobile Station (MS)

A wireless terminal used by subscribers to ac
cess network services over a radio
interface. MSs include portable units (e.g., hand
-
held units), units installed in
vehicles, and somewhat paradoxically, fixed location MSs. The MS is the
interface equipment used to terminate the radio path at the subsc
riber. A MS
is a ME with a programmed UIM.

9.30

Mobile Switching Center (MSC)

The MSC switches circuit mode MS originated or MS terminated traffic. An
MSC is usually connected to at least one BS. It may connect to the other
public networks (PSTN, ISDN, etc.)
, other MSCs in the same network, or MSCs
in different networks. The MSC may store information to support these
capabilities.

9.31

Mobile Terminal 0 (MT0)

A self
-
contained data capable ME termination that does not support an
external interface.

9.32

Mobile Terminal

1 (MT1)

A ME termination that provides an ISDN user
-
network interface.

9.33

Mobile Terminal 2 (MT2)

A ME termination that provides a non
-
ISDN user
-
network interface (e.g., ITU
-
T
[CCITT] V series, ITU
-
T [CCITT] X series).

9.34

Number Portability DataBase (NPDB)

The
NPDB is an entity which provides portability information for portable
Directory Numbers.

9.35

Operations Systems Function (OSF)

The OSF is defined by the Telecommunications Management Network (TMN)
OSF (see ITU M.3100). These functions include Element Manageme
nt Layer
(EML), Network Management Layer (NML), Service Management Layer (SML),
and Business Management Layer (BML) functions spanning across all
operations systems functions (e.g., Fault Management, Performance
Management, Configuration Management, Accoun
ting Management and
Security Management.

9.36

Over
-
The
-
Air Service Provisioning Function (OTAF)

The OTAF is an entity that interfaces proprietarily to CSCs to support service
provisioning activities. The OTAF interfaces with the MSC to send MS orders
necessary

to complete service provisioning requests.

9.37

Packet Control Function (PCF)

The packet control function is an entity in the Radio Access Networks that
manages the relay of packets between the BSC and the PDSN Packet Data
Network (PDN).

A PDN, such as the Int
ernet, provides a packet data transport mechanism
between processing network entities capable of using such services.

9.38

Packet Data Serving Node (PDSN)

The PDSN route MS originate or MS terminated packet data traffic. A PDSN
establishes, maintains and termi
nates link layer sessions to Mobile Stations.
A PDSN may interface to one or more Base Stations and may interface to one or
more PDNs.

9.39

Position Determining Entity (PDE)

A PDE facilitates determination of the position or geographical location of a
wirel
ess terminal. Each PDE supports one or more position determining
technologies. Multiple PDEs using the same technology may serve the coverage
area of an Mobile Position Center (MPC) and the multiple PDEs each using a
different technology may serve the sa
me coverage area of an MPC.

9.40

Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)

The PSTN is defined in accordance with the appropriate ANSI T1 Standards.

9.41

Service Control Point (SCP)

The SCP is an entity that acts as a real
-
time database and transaction
processing sy
stem that provides service control and service data functionality.

9.42

Service Node (SN)

The SN is an entity that provides service control, service data, specialized
resources and call control functions to support bearer
-
related services.

9.43

Short Message Entity
(SME)

The SME is an entity that composes and decomposes short messages. A SME
may, or may not be located within, and be indistinguishable from, an HLR, MC,
VLR, MS, or MSC.

9.44

Terminal Adapter (TA)

An entity that converts signaling and user data between a no
n
-
ISDN and an
ISDN interface.

9.45

Terminal Adapter m (TAm)

An entity that converts signaling and user data between a non
-
ISDN and an
ISDN interface.

9.46

Terminal Equipment 1 (TE1)

A data terminal that provides an ISDN user
-
network interface.

9.47

Terminal Equipment 2 (
TE2)

A data terminal that provides a non
-
ISDN user
-
network interface (e.g., ITU
-
T
[CCITT] V series, ITU
-
T [CCITT] X series).

9.48

User Identity Module (UIM)

The UIM contains subscription information such as the NAM and may contain
subscription feature informati
on. The UIM can be integrated into any mobile
equipment or it may be removable.

9.49

Vehicle

A vehicle is an entity in which the MS may be installed. The vehicle may
provide power, audio, antenna connections to the MS along with control and
user data gateway t
o vehicle based networks.

9.50

Visitor Location Register (VLR)

The VLR is the location register other than the HLR used by an MSC to retrieve
information for handling of calls to or from a visiting subscriber. The VLR may,
or may not be located within, and be
indistinguishable from an MSC. The VLR
may serve more than one MSC.

9.51

Voice Message Center (VMS)

A VMS stores received voice messages, data messages e.g. email, or both
message types and supports a method to retrieve previously stored messages.
A VMS may a
lso support (on a Directory Number basis) notification of the
presence of stored messages and notification of a change in the number of
voice messages, data messages, or both message types that are waiting
retrieval.

9.52

Wireless Network Entity (WNE)

A Networ
k Entity in the wireless Collective Entity.

10

Technical specifications

10.1

Air interface specifications



C.R1000

Requirements Mapping for cdma2000



C.R1001

Parameter Value Assignments



C.S0001

cdma2000


Introduction



C.S0001
-
A


cdma2000


Introduction Release A



C.S
0001
-
B


cdma2000


Introduction Release B



C.S0002

cdma2000
-

Physical Layer



C.S0002
-
0
-
1

cdma2000
-

Physical Layer Addendum 1



C.S0002
-
A


cdma2000
-

Physical Layer Release A



C.S0002
-
A
-
1

cdma2000
-

Physical Layer Release A Addendum
1



C.S0002
-
B


cdma2000
-

Phy
sical Layer Release B



C.S0003

cdma2000


MAC



C.S0003
-
0
-
1

cdma2000


MAC Addendum 1



C.S0003
-
A


cdma2000


MAC Release A



C.S0003
-
A
-
1

cdma2000


MAC Release A Addendum 1



C.S0003
-
B


cdma2000


MAC Release B



C.S0004

cdma2000
-

Layer 2 LAC



C.S0004
-
0
-
1

cdma2000
-

Layer 2 LAC Addendum 1



C.S0004
-
A


cdma2000
-

Layer 2 LAC Release A



C.S0004
-
A
-
1

cdma2000
-

Layer 2 LAC Release A Addendum 1



C.S0004
-
B


cdma2000
-

Layer 2 LAC Release B



C.S0005

cdma2000
-

Layer 3



C.S0005
-
0
-
1

cdma2000
-

Layer 3 Addendum 1



C.S0005
-
A


cdma2000

-

Layer 3 Release A



C.S0005
-
A
-
1

cdma2000
-

Layer 3 Release A Addendum 1



C.S0005
-
B


cdma2000
-

Layer 3 Release B



C.S0006

cdma2000


Analog



C.S0006
-
A


cdma2000


Analog Release A



C.S0006
-
B


cdma2000


Analog Release B



C.S0007

G3G CDMA
-
DS on ANSI
-
41



C.S0008

G3G CDMA
-
MC on GSM
-
MAP



C.S0009

Speech Service Option



C.S0010

Base Station Minimum Performance



C.S0011

Mobile Station Minimum Performance



C.S0012

Minimum Performance Standard for Speech SO 1



C.S0013

Mobile Station Loopback Test



C.S0013
-
A


Mobile Station Loo
pback Test


Release A



C.S0014

Enhanced Variable Rate Codec (EVRC)



C.S0014
-
0
-
1

EVRC addendum for removal of bit exact



C.S0014
-
0
-
2

EVRC TTY/TDD addendum



C.S0015

Short Message Service



C.S0016

OTASP of MS in Spread Spectrum Systems



C.S0016
-
A


OTASP of MS in S
pread Spectrum Systems


Release A



C.S0017

(14.4 kbps) Data SOs for Spread Spectrum Systems
-

STU III
Transparent + Non
-
Trans
-

Async Data + G3 Fax
-

Packet (Internet +
CDPD)
-

Analog Fax (Rate Set 1+2)



C.S0017
-
0
-
1

Addendum for cdma2000 RLP and additional
packet data support



C.P0017
-
0
-
2

Data SOs for Spread Spectrum Systems



C.S0018

Minimum Performance Specification for EVRC



C.S0020

High Rate (13 kbps) Speech SO



C.S0020
-
0
-
1

High Rate Speech SO TTY/TDD Addendum 1



C.S0021

Minimum Performance for HR (13 kbps)



C
.S0022

Location Services (Position Determination Service)



C.S0023

Removable User Identity Module



C.S0024

Markov Service Option (MSO)



C.S0025

Test Data Service Option (TDSO)

10.2

RAN specifications



A.R0003

Abis Technical Report



A.S0001

3G
-
IOS



A.S0001.1


3G
-
IOS



A
.S0001
-
A


3G
-
IOS



A.S0003

Abis interface specification



A.S0004

Tandem Free Operation



A.S0004
-
0.1

Tandem Free Operation

10.3

Intersystem specifications



N.S0003

User Identity Module



N.S0004

WIN Phase 2



Triggers for Preferred Language



Advice of Charge
-

Rejection

of Undesired Annoying Calls



Premium Rate Charging



Freephone



N.S0005

Cellular Radiotelecommunications Intersystem Operations



N.S0006

PCS Multi
-
band
-
Based on IS
-
41
-
C



N.S0007

DCCH Based on IS
-
41
-
C



N.S0008

Circuit Modes Services
-
Data
-
Based on IS
-
41
-
C



N.S000
9

IMSI



N.S0010

Advanced Features in Wideband Spread Spectrum Systems



N.S0011

OTASP and OTAPA



N.S0012

CNAP/CNAR



N.S0013

WIN



N.S0014

Authentication Enhancements



N.S0015

N.S0005 Miscellaneous Enhancements



N.S0016

N.S0005 Enhancements for Internationalization



N.S0017

International Implementation of Wireless Telecommunication
Systems Compliant with TIA/EIA
-
41



N.S0018

N.S0005 Prepaid Charging



N.S0019

Intersystem Link Protocol



N.S0020

Segmentation and Reassembly



N.S0021

User Selective Call Forwarding (USCF)



N.S002
2

Answer Hold (AH)



N.S0023

Automatic Code Gapping (ACG)



N.S0024

Network support for MDN
-
based Message Centers



N.S0025

Roamer Database Verification



N.S0026

Wireless Radio Telecommunication Intersystem Non
-
Signaling Data Communication DMH

10.4

Packet data specifi
cations



P.S0001

Wireless IP Network Architecture based on IETF Protocols



P.S0001
-
A


Wireless IP Network Architecture based on IETF
Protocols


Release A



P.S0002

Wireless IP Network Standard

10.5

Services and system aspects specifications



S.R0001

3GPP2 Specifica
tions List



S.R0002

3G Capability Descriptions



S.R0003

System Capability Guide



S.R0004

System Implementation Guide



S.R0005

3GPP2 Network Reference Model



S.R0006

Cellular Features Description



S.R0007

User Selective Call Forwarding (Stage1)



S.R0008

Answer Hol
d (Stage1)



S.R0009

User Identity Module (Stage1)



S.R0010

Preferred Language Enhancement (Stage1)



S.R0011

Advice of Charge (Stage1)



S.R0012

Rejection of Undesired Annoying Calls (Stage1)



S.R0013

Global Emergency Call Origination (Stage1)



S.R0014

Tandem Free

Operation (Stage1)



S.R0015

ISDN Interworking (Stage1)



S.R0016

Automatic Code Gapping (Stage1)



S.R0017

3G Wireless Network Management System High Level
Requirements (Stage 1)



S.R0018

Prepaid Charging (Stage 1)



S.R0019

Location Services System Support (St
age 1)



S.R0021

Video Streaming Service (Stage 1)



S.R0022

Video Conferencing Service (Stage 1)



S.R0023

High
-
speed Data Enhancements for cdma2000 1x
-

Data
Only (1xEV
-
DO) (Stage 1)



S.R0024

Wireless Local Loop (WLL) (Stage 1)



S.R0025

Wireless Pay Phone (W
PP) (Stage 1)



S.R0026

High
-
speed Data Enhancements for cdma2000 1x
-

Integrated Data and Voice (1xEV
-
DV) (Stage 1)



S.R0027

Personal Mobility (Stage 1)



S.R0029

Access Control Based on Call Type (Stage 1)



S.R0032

Enhanced Subscriber Authentication (ESA)
and Enhanced
Subscriber Privacy (ESP) (Stage 1)