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ETSI EN 300 392-1 V1.3.0 (2005-02)

Final draft

European Standard (Telecommunications series)

Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA);

Voice plus Data (V+D);

Part 1: General network design

2 Final draft ETSI EN 300 392-1 V1.3.0 (2005-02)

Reference

REN/TETRA-03144

Keywords

air interface, TETRA, V+D

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ETSI 3 Final draft ETSI EN 300 392-1 V1.3.0 (2005-02) Contents Intellectual Property Rights

Foreword

1 Scope

2 References

3 Definitions, symbols and abbreviations

3.1 Definitions

3.2 Symbols

3.3 Abbreviations

4 Circuit mode reference points

5 Packet mode reference points

6 Protocol architecture for V+D

7 Addressing and identities

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Subscriber identities

7.2.1 General

7.2.2 TSI

7.2.3 SSI

7.2.4 Composition of subscriber identities

7.2.5 Allocation principles for subscriber identities

7.2.6 Use of subscriber identities

7.2.7 NSAP addresses

7.2.8 Installation of TSIs

7.3 TETRA Management Identity (TMI)

7.3.1 General

7.3.2 Composition of management identities

7.3.3 Use of management identities

7.4 Network layer SAP (NSAP) addresses

7.4.1 General

7.4.2 Static binding

7.4.3 Dynamic binding

7.4.3.1 General

7.4.3.2 Structure and contents of NSAP addresses

7.4.3.3 Use of NSAP addresses

7.4.3.4 Binding of NSAP addresses

7.5 TETRA Equipment Identity (TEI)

7.5.1 General

7.5.2 Contents of TEI

7.5.3 Allocation principles for TEI

7.5.4 Use of TEI

7.6 Mobile Network Identity (MNI)

7.6.1 Contents of MNI

7.7 Layer 2 addresses and labels

7.7.1 Overview

7.7.2 Event labelling

7.7.3 Scrambling labelling

7.7.4 Use and implementation of layer 2 addresses

7.7.4.1 General requirement

7.7.4.2 Implementation of event labels

7.7.4.3 Implementation of scrambling labels

7.7.5 Use of identities for V+D control channels

7.7.6 Labelling of packet channels

7.7.6.1 Use of identities for uplink data transfers

ETSI 4 Final draft ETSI EN 300 392-1 V1.3.0 (2005-02) 7.7.6.2 Use of identities for downlink data transfers

7.7.7 System information broadcast

7.7.8 Reserved value of group address for user information broadcast

7.8 Use of individual addresses

7.8.1 Air interface addressing functions

7.8.2 Address placement in primitives and PDUs

7.8.2.1 Use of ISSI at layer 2

7.8.2.2 Use of ITSI/ISSI at layer 3

7.8.2.2.1 Void

7.8.2.2.2 Use of ITSI/ISSI by CMCE

7.8.3 Routing principles

7.8.3.1 Routing of intra-TETRA calls (within one TETRA network)

7.8.3.2 Routing of inter-TETRA calls (between two TETRA networks)

7.8.3.3 Routing of external calls (to/from non-TETRA networks)

7.8.4 Address and identity comparison

7.9 Addressing in interworking and roaming with other telecommunication networks

8 Circuit mode basic services

9 Mobility Management (MM) in MS

10 MLE mobility scenarios and functionalities

11 Technical realization of SDS

12 Void

13 Void

14 General on supplementary services

Annex A (informative): Circuit mode reference points

A.1 Introduction

A.2 Reference configuration

A.2.1 Configuration examples of TETRA LMNs





A.3 TETRA LMN access

A.3.1 MS access

A.3.1.1 MS functional groups

A.3.1.2 MS access points and reference points

A.3.2 Void

A.3.3 Inter System Interface (ISI) access

A.3.4 Location of TETRA functionality

A.3.5 TETRA terminals

Annex B (informative): Protocol architecture for V+D

B.1 Introduction

B.2 Mobile/base protocol architecture

B.2.1 Overview

B.2.2 Air interface layer 1

B.2.3 Air interface layer 2

B.2.3.1 Medium Access Control (MAC)

B.2.3.2 Logical Link Control (LLC)

B.2.4 Air interface layer 3

B.2.4.1 Mobile/Base Link control Entity (MLE/BLE)

B.2.4.2 Sub-Network Access Functions (SNAF)

B.2.4.2.1 Mobility Management (MM)

B.2.4.2.2 Circuit Mode Control Entity (CMCE)

B.2.4.2.3 Packet data handling

B.2.4.2.4 TETRA packet data protocol (PDP)

B.2.4.2.5 Void

B.2.5 Mobile/base protocol stack

ETSI 5 Final draft ETSI EN 300 392-1 V1.3.0 (2005-02) B.3 Lower Layer Management Entity (LLME) and other layers interaction

B.3.1 General description

Annex C (informative): Overview of circuit mode basic services

C.1 Introduction

C.2 Functional groupings in circuit switched mode calls

C.2.1 Circuit switched call control, C-plane

C.2.2 Circuit switched call, user data, U-plane

C.3 Protocols

C.3.1 TNP1

C.3.2 Void

C.3.3 TNP3

C.3.4 TNP4

C.3.5 AI1

C.3.6 AI2

C.3.7 TLC1

C.3.8 V.24T

C.4 Example configuration

C.4.1 MS to MS

C.4.2 Void

C.4.3 Void

C.4.4 MS to MS over ISI

Annex D (informative): Individual circuit mode call scenarios

D.1 Introduction

D.2 Procedures - message trunked systems

D.2.1 Call set-up - on/off hook signalling

D.2.1.1 Call set-up - on/off hook signalling flow

D.2.1.2 Traffic channel assignment

D.2.2 Call set-up - direct set-up signalling

D.2.2.1 Call set-up - direct set-up signalling flow

D.2.2.2 Traffic channel assignment

D.2.3 Request-to-transmit

D.2.4 Response to request-to-transmit

D.2.5 Permission to transmit withdrawn

D.2.6 Permission to continue with withdrawn call

D.2.7 End of transmission

D.2.8 Stop-transmission order

D.2.9 Call clearing

D.2.9.1 Mobile originated

D.2.9.2 SwMI originated

D.3 Procedures - transmission trunked systems

D.3.1 Call set-up - on/off hook signalling

D.3.1.1 Call set-up - on/off hook signalling flow

D.3.1.2 Traffic assignment

D.3.2 Call set-up - direct set-up signalling

D.3.2.1 Call set-up - direct set-up signalling flow

D.3.2.2 Traffic channel assignment

D.3.3 Request-to-transmit

D.3.4 Response to request-to-transmit

D.3.5 Permission to transmit withdrawn

D.3.6 Permission to continue with withdrawn call

D.3.7 End of transmission

D.3.8 Stop-transmission order

D.3.9 Call clearing

D.3.9.1 Mobile originated

D.3.9.2 SwMI originated

ETSI 6 Final draft ETSI EN 300 392-1 V1.3.0 (2005-02) D.4 Procedures - quasi-transmission trunked systems

D.4.1 Call set-up - on/off hook signalling

D.4.1.1 Call set-up - on/off hook signalling flow

D.4.1.2 Traffic assignment

D.4.2 Call set-up - direct set-up signalling

D.4.2.1 Call set-up - direct set-up signalling flow

D.4.2.2 Traffic assignment

D.4.3 Request-to-transmit

D.4.4 Response to request-to-transmit

D.4.5 Permission to transmit withdrawn

D.4.6 Permission to continue with withdrawn call

D.4.7 End of transmission request

D.4.8 Stop-transmission order

D.4.9 Call clearing

D.4.9.1 Mobile originated

D.4.9.2 SwMI originated

Annex E (informative): Group voice call scenarios

E.1 Procedures for message trunked systems

E.1.1 General

E.1.2 Call set-up

E.1.2.1 Call set-up flow

E.1.2.2 Traffic channel assignment

E.1.3 Request-to-transmit

E.1.4 Response to request-to-transmit

E.1.5 Permission to transmit withdrawn

E.1.6 Permission to continue with withdrawn call

E.1.7 End of transmission

E.1.8 Stop-transmission order

E.1.9 Call clearing

E.1.9.1 Mobile originated

E.1.9.2 SwMI originated

E.2 Procedures for transmission trunked systems

E.2.1 General

E.2.2 Call set-up

E.2.2.1 Call set-up flow

E.2.2.2 Traffic channel assignment

E.2.3 Request-to-transmit

E.2.4 Response to request-to-transmit

E.2.5 Permission to transmit withdrawn

E.2.6 Permission to continue with withdrawn call

E.2.7 End of transmission

E.2.8 Stop-transmission order

E.2.9 Call clearing

E.2.9.1 Mobile originated

E.2.9.2 SwMI originated

E.3 Procedures for quasi-transmission trunked systems

E.3.1 General

E.3.2 Call set-up

E.3.2.1 Call set-up flow

E.3.2.2 Traffic channel assignment

E.3.3 Request-to-transmit

E.3.4 Response to request-to-transmit

E.3.5 Permission to transmit withdrawn

E.3.6 Permission to continue with withdrawn call

E.3.7 End of transmission

E.3.8 Stop-transmission order

E.3.9 Call clearing

E.3.9.1 Mobile originated

E.3.9.2 SwMI originated

ETSI 7 Final draft ETSI EN 300 392-1 V1.3.0 (2005-02) Annex F (informative): Priority functions for circuit mode services

F.1 Introduction

F.2 Priority requirements

F.2.1 Access priority

F.2.2 Call type priority

F.2.3 Queue priority

F.2.4 Pre-emptive priority

F.2.5 Call retention priority

F.2.6 Subscriber priority

F.3 Mechanisms for supporting priority

F.4 Supplementary service activation and invocation

Annex G (informative): Mobility Management (MM) in MS

G.1 Introduction

G.2 Overview of MM relations and procedures

G.3 Stimuli of MM

G.3.1 Stimulation through TNMM-SAP

G.3.2 Stimulation through LMM-SAP

G.3.3 Stimulation through peer MM

G.3.4 Other stimulation

G.4 Outputs from MM

G.4.1 Output through TNMM-SAP

G.4.2 Outputs through LMM-SAP

G.4.3 Output to peer MM

G.5 Database requirement

G.6 MM procedures

G.6.1 Registration

G.6.1.1 Registration at roaming

G.6.1.1.1 Implicit registration

G.6.1.1.2 Registration area

G.6.1.1.3 Registration procedure

G.6.1.1.4 Registration with authentication

G.6.1.1.5 Registration with identity exchange

G.6.1.2 Registration at migration

G.6.1.2.1 Registration with identity exchange

G.6.1.2.2 Registration with authentication

G.6.1.3 Network initiated registration

G.6.1.4 TEI request

G.6.2 Authentication

G.6.2.1 Network initiated authentication

G.6.2.2 MS initiated authentication

G.6.3 De-registration

G.6.4 Periodic registration

G.6.5 Disable/enable

G.6.5.1 Temporary disable

G.6.5.2 Enable

G.6.5.3 Permanently disable

G.6.6 Energy economy mode change

G.7 Downloading of group identities

G.7.1 Add group identity

G.7.2 Delete group identity

G.7.3 Delete all group identities

G.7.4 Report group identities

Annex H (informative): MLE mobility scenarios and functionalities

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H.1 Introduction

H.2 Overview

H.3 MLE responsibilities

H.4 MS-MLE model

H.5 MLE functionalities

H.5.1 Monitoring of neighbour cells (scenario 1)

H.5.2 Scanning of neighbour cells (scenario 2)

H.5.3 MM activation of the MS-MLE (scenario 3)

H.5.4 Open up MLE service (scenario 4)

H.5.5 Close of MLE service (scenario 5)

H.5.6 Changing to serving cell (scenario 6)

H.5.7 Surveillance of the serving cell (scenario 7)

H.5.8 Inviting MM intervention

H.5.8.1 No service can be found (scenario 8)

H.5.8.2 LA found outside RA (scenario 9)

H.5.9 Set-up of MAC broadcast (SYNC + SYSINFO) (scenario 10)

H.5.10 Set-up of MLE broadcast (NETWORK) (scenario 11)

H.5.11 MM registering (scenario 12)

H.5.12 Announce old cell and go-to-channel (scenario 13)

H.5.13 Announce old cell (scenario 14)

H.5.14 Announce new cell and successful restoration (scenario 15)

H.5.15 Announce new cell and restoration failure (scenario 16)

H.5.16 Path lost to the serving cell (scenario 17)

H.6 Initial cell selection

H.6.1 MLE functions as viewed at the LMM SAP

H.6.2 MLE functions

H.7 Cell re-selection by roaming

H.7.1 Announced cell re-selection

H.7.1.1 Announced cell re-selection (type-1)

H.7.1.1.1 MLE functions as viewed at the LMM SAP

H.7.1.1.2 MLE functions as viewed at the LCMC SAP

H.7.1.1.3 MLE functions

H.7.1.2 Announced cell re-selection (type-2)

H.7.1.3 Announced cell re-selection (type-3)

H.7.1.3.1 MLE functions as viewed at the LCMC SAP



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