SMG#27 report
EUROPEAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
STANDARDS INSTITUTE
ETSI/TC SMG (98) 4
ETSI TECHNICAL COMMITTEE SMG
SPECIAL MOBILE GROUP
Report of Meeting No. 27 held in Praha
12-16 October 1998
ETSI SMG
Meeting n°27
Praha, 12th - 17th of October, 1998
ETSI/SMG(98)4
(Part A)
Executive Summary SMG#27
The SMG#27 Plenary Meeting was held in Praha, Czech Republic. It was hosted by Paegas and EuroTel. SMG#27 was
attended by 212 delegates, including delegations from America, Asia, Africa and Europe, from 25 countries in total.
1
GSM Matters
SMG#27 approved 39 Change Requests to GSM Phase 2, 51 Change Requests to Release 96, 242 Change Requests to
Release 97 and 36 Change Requests to Release 98.
Release 97: GSM Release 97 Core Specifications had been completed at SMG#25, with some last actions at SMG#26.
Release 97 includes:
A-bis Management of Alarms/faults on the BTS site, A-bis Management of Measure on the BTS site, A-bis
Management of reconfiguration of BTS site, ASCI Phase 2, Calling Name Presentation - US (CNAP-US),
CAMEL phase 2, Characteristics and test methods for handsfree mobile station, Completion of Calls to Busy
Subscriber (CCBS), Enhancement of MAP Extensibility Mechanisms, Enhancements of Fault Management
Services, General Packet Radio Service Phase 1 (GPRS) - network part, General Packet Radio Service Phase 1
(GPRS) - radio part, Mobile Assisted Frequency Allocation (MAFA), Modelling of Fault Management Services,
Network Indication of Alerting in the MS, New Multiplexing Protocol on the ME-TE Interface, North American
Equal Access, SIM - Security mechanisms for the SIM Application Toolkit, SMS enhancements phase 1, SMS
Mobile Busy, Support of Private Numbering Plan (SPNP), Support of Shared Interworking Function (SIWF).
Release 98: Work is progressing for Release 98. The core specifications are scheduled for completion until SMG#28.
The feature list for Release 98 includes:
Access to auxiliary devices, integrated into the ME platform, through the use of the SIM Application Toolkit;
Access to ISPs and Intranets in GPRS Phase 2 – Separation of GPRS Bearer Establishment and ISP Service
Environment Setup; Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR); BTS performance requirements for very small cell scenarios
(Picocells); Call Deflection; Call Forwarding Enhancements (CFE); Calling line identification enhancements
(CLIe); Connecting an octet stream to a port on an Internet host (R98); Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution
(EDGE) - BSS Part; Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) - NSS Part; Enhanced QoS Support in
GPRS; Follow Me; Fraud Information Gathering System(FIGS); General Packet Radio Service Phase 2 (GPRS)
- network part; General Packet Radio Service Phase 2 (GPRS) - radio part; GPRS for PCS1900; GPRS Mobile
IP Interworking; GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS); GSM Mobile Number Portability (EURO) MNP;
GSM-API for SIM-Toolkit; Harmonization of the PCS1900 Standards with the GSM Base Specification;
Immediate Service Termination (IST); LAPDm performance enhancement; Lawful Interception (LI); Location
Services (LCS); Mobile Station Execution Environment (MExE); Modem and ISDN interworking for GPRS; MS
Antenna Test Method; Multiple Subscriber Profile (MSP); Service Provider Number Portability (USA); Support
of Localized Service Area (SoLSA); Tandem Free Operation of speech codecs in Mobile-to-Mobile Calls
(MMCs); Unstructured octet stream GPRS PDP Type (R98); User-to-User Signalling (UUS); USSD
Enhancements.
In particular, the AMR Selection Phase has been successfully completed in schedule. A Verification Phase for the
chosen codec, the Ericsson/Nokia/Siemens 1 (ENS1) Codec, will follow. Completion of the specifications is planned for
SMG#28. The Characterisation Phase for the adopted AMR codec is planned for completion by SMG#29. Major benefits
of AMR were again demonstrated, especially
• in FR mode, an increase of C/I tolerance of 4 dB to 6 dB
• in HR mode, at low error conditions – quality equal to G.728 or G.729 ("wireline")
• in FR dynamic conditions - over 1 delta MOS compared to GSM EFR.
Release 99: In addition to the Release 99 work items:
Low Voltage SIM/ME Specification; Service Continuity and Provision of VHE via GSM/UMTS;
Architecture of the GSM-UMTS Platform; Architecture overview of the GSM-UMTS System; CAMEL
Phase 3; Noise Suppression for AMR speech codec,
SMG#27 approved the following new Release 99 work items:
Access to ISPs and Intranets in GPRS Phase 2 – Wireless/Remote Access to LANs (R99); BSS coordination of Core Network Resource allocation for class A GPRS services -GSM-UMTS Core
Network (R99); BSS co-ordination of Radio Resource allocation for class A GPRS services - GSM
Radio Access (R99); Charging and Billing for GPRS – Advice of Charge; Charging and Billing for
GPRS – Hot Billing; Charging and Billing for GPRS – Pre-Paid; Fraud Information Gathering System
applied to GPRS; GPRS - Point-To-Multipoint Services; MExE Release 99; Provision of text
telephony service in GSM and UMTS; Study on Combined GSM and Mobile IP Mobility Handling in
UMTS IP CN.
2
UMTS Matters
SMG#27 approved 4 Change Requests to UMTS Specifications (a fifth CR is circulated for approval by correspondence
by 18 Nov 1998).
Work items: In addition to the UMTS Work Items:
Service Continuity and Provision of VHE via GSM/UMTS; ; Advanced Addressing; Architecture of the
GSM-UMTS Platform; Architecture overview of the GSM-UMTS System; Automatic Establishment of
Roaming Relations; New Access Network to Core Network (BSS-NSS) interface,
SMG#27 approved the following new UMTS work items:
Charging and Billing for GPRS – Hot Billing; End to End UMTS QoS Management; GPRS - Point-ToMultipoint Services; IP-in-IP tunneling in GPRS backbone for UMTS, phase 1; Provision of text
telephony service in GSM and UMTS; Study on Combined GSM and Mobile IP Mobility Handling in
UMTS IP CN; UMTS Charging & Billing; UMTS Core based on ATM Transport; UMTS Numbering,
Addressing and Identities; UMTS Open Service Architecture; Virtual Home Environment.
ETSI/ SMG(98)4 Part A, page 2
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ETSI SMG
Meeting n°27
Praha, 12th - 16th October, 1998
Status: approved
ETSI/SMG(98)4
(Part B)
CONTENTS
1 GSM MATTERS ................................................................................................................................. 1
2 UMTS MATTERS ............................................................................................................................... 2
0 ADOPTION OF AGENDA .................................................................................................................. 4
1 MEETING REPORT OF SMG#26 ........................................................................................................ 4
2 CHAIRMAN’S REPORT...................................................................................................................... 4
3 TARGETS OF SMG#27....................................................................................................................... 5
4 LIAISONS WITH OTHER BODIES ...................................................................................................... 5
4.1 T1P1 ........................................................................................................................................................................5
4.2 INFORMATION FROM ECTEL TMS......................................................................................................................6
5 SMG MATTERS ................................................................................................................................. 7
5.1 LIAISON STATEMENTS TO SMG..........................................................................................................................7
5.2 [DELETED AGENDA ITEM]...................................................................................................................................7
5.3 [DELETED AGENDA ITEM]...................................................................................................................................7
5.4 PT SMG STATUS REPORT .....................................................................................................................................7
5.5 REPORT VOLUNTARY FUNDING TASK FORCE ................................................................................................8
5.6 AD HOC GROUP ON WORKING METHODS........................................................................................................9
5.6.1 Main activities..............................................................................................................................................................9
5.6.2 Decisions of SMG#27................................................................................................................................................11
5.7 REPORT ON GLOBALISATION ...........................................................................................................................12
6 GSM MATTERS ............................................................................................................................... 13
6.1 SMG1 ......................................................................................................................................................................13
6.1.1 General 13
6.1.2 Change requests..........................................................................................................................................................13
6.1.3 New specifications.....................................................................................................................................................14
6.1.4 Work items/areas........................................................................................................................................................14
6.1.5 Liaison statements ......................................................................................................................................................15
6.2 SMG2 ......................................................................................................................................................................15
6.2.1 General ......................................................................................................................................................................15
6.2.2 Change requests..........................................................................................................................................................15
6.2.3 New specifications.....................................................................................................................................................16
6.2.4 Work items, feasibility studies and other work areas.................................................................................................16
6.2.5 Liaison statements ......................................................................................................................................................17
6.3 SMG3 ......................................................................................................................................................................17
6.3.1 General ......................................................................................................................................................................17
6.3.2 Change requests..........................................................................................................................................................17
6.3.3 New specifications.....................................................................................................................................................19
6.3.4 Work items/areas........................................................................................................................................................19
6.3.5 Liaison statements ......................................................................................................................................................20
6.3.6 Other issues................................................................................................................................................................20
6.4 SMG4 ......................................................................................................................................................................20
6.4.1 General ......................................................................................................................................................................20
6.4.2 Change requests..........................................................................................................................................................20
6.4.3 New specifications.....................................................................................................................................................21
6.4.4 Work items/areas........................................................................................................................................................21
6.4.5 Liaison statements ......................................................................................................................................................21
6.5 T1P1 WORK ITEMS...............................................................................................................................................21
6.6 SMG6 ......................................................................................................................................................................22
6.6.1 General; confirmation of Chair...................................................................................................................................22
6.6.2 Change requests..........................................................................................................................................................22
6.6.3 New specifications.....................................................................................................................................................23
6.6.4 Work items .................................................................................................................................................................23
6.7 SMG7 AND TYPE APPROVAL MATTERS..........................................................................................................24
6.7.1 General ......................................................................................................................................................................24
6.7.2 Change requests to GSM 11.10 ..................................................................................................................................24
6.7.3 New specifications.....................................................................................................................................................24
6.7.4 Regulatory issues........................................................................................................................................................24
6.7.5 Work items .................................................................................................................................................................25
6.7.6 R&TTE Directive.......................................................................................................................................................26
6.7.7 Voluntary Certification Scheme..................................................................................................................................27
6.7.8 Liaison Statements......................................................................................................................................................27
6.8 SMG8 ......................................................................................................................................................................27
6.8.1 General ......................................................................................................................................................................27
6.8.2 Change requests..........................................................................................................................................................27
6.8.3 Specifications.............................................................................................................................................................27
6.8.4 Releases .....................................................................................................................................................................27
6.8.5 Liaison with other bodies...........................................................................................................................................27
6.9 SMG9 ......................................................................................................................................................................27
6.9.1 General; new scope of SMG9 ....................................................................................................................................27
6.9.2 Change requests..........................................................................................................................................................28
6.9.3 New specifications.....................................................................................................................................................30
6.9.4 Work items .................................................................................................................................................................30
6.9.5 SMG9 areas outside GSM and UMTS........................................................................................................................30
6.9.6 Other issues................................................................................................................................................................30
6.10 SMG10 ..................................................................................................................................................................30
6.10.1 General.....................................................................................................................................................................30
6.10.2 Change requests........................................................................................................................................................31
6.10.3 New specifications...................................................................................................................................................31
6.10.4 Work items/areas......................................................................................................................................................31
6.10.5 Liaison statements ....................................................................................................................................................33
6.11 SMG11 ..................................................................................................................................................................33
6.11.1 General.....................................................................................................................................................................33
6.11.2 Change requests........................................................................................................................................................33
6.11.3 New specifications...................................................................................................................................................33
6.11.4 Presentation of AMR Selection Phase Results. ........................................................................................................33
6.11.5 AMR Implementability aspects ................................................................................................................................34
6.11.6 IPR matters on AMR ................................................................................................................................................35
6.11.7 Other aspects of AMR Selection phase evaluation...................................................................................................35
6.11.8 AMR Selection.........................................................................................................................................................35
6.11.9 AMR Project scheduling and open issues.................................................................................................................35
6.11.9.1 Optimisation phase......................................................................................................................................................35
6.11.9.2 Other issues.................................................................................................................................................................36
6.11.10 Work items except AMR ........................................................................................................................................37
6.12 SMG12 ..................................................................................................................................................................37
6.12.1 General.....................................................................................................................................................................37
6.12.2 Change requests........................................................................................................................................................37
6.12.3 New specifications...................................................................................................................................................37
6.12.4 Work items ...............................................................................................................................................................37
6.12.5 Other issues..............................................................................................................................................................38
6.13 GSM PROGRAM MANAGEMENT .....................................................................................................................38
6.13.1 Phase 2+ Work item list and Phase 2+ Roadmap .....................................................................................................38
6.13.2 GSM Work Items......................................................................................................................................................38
7 UMTS MATTERS ............................................................................................................................. 38
7.1 SMG1 ......................................................................................................................................................................38
7.1.1 Change requests..........................................................................................................................................................38
7.1.2 New Specifications ....................................................................................................................................................39
7.1.3 UMTS Phase 1............................................................................................................................................................39
7.1.4 Work items .................................................................................................................................................................40
7.2 SMG2 ......................................................................................................................................................................42
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7.2.1 General ......................................................................................................................................................................42
7.2.2 Evaluation report to ITU-R.........................................................................................................................................42
7.2.3 UTRAN work plan .....................................................................................................................................................43
7.2.4 SMG2 UMTS groups..................................................................................................................................................43
7.2.5 Specification structure................................................................................................................................................43
7.2.6 Liaisons......................................................................................................................................................................44
7.2.7 IMT-2000 RTT harmonisation and convergence........................................................................................................45
7.2.8 Other issues................................................................................................................................................................47
7.3 SMG3 ......................................................................................................................................................................48
7.4 SMG4 ......................................................................................................................................................................48
7.4.1 General ......................................................................................................................................................................48
7.4.2 New work items .........................................................................................................................................................49
7.4.3 Standardising embedded applications in UTMS.........................................................................................................49
7.5 T1P1 MATTERS ON IMT 2000 .............................................................................................................................50
7.6 SMG6 ......................................................................................................................................................................50
7.7 REPORTS FROM UMTS FORUM, 3 GIG, PROGRESS REPORT ON IPR ISSUES ............................................50
7.7.1 UMTS Forum..............................................................................................................................................................50
7.7.2 3GIG ......................................................................................................................................................................50
7.7.3 Progress report on IPR issues.....................................................................................................................................51
7.7.3.1 Report from ETSI legal adviser....................................................................................................................................51
7.7.3.2 IPR Statements of QUALCOMM ..................................................................................................................................51
7.7.3.3 UMTS IPR Working Group...........................................................................................................................................52
7.8 UMTS PROGRAM MANAGEMENT.....................................................................................................................52
7.9 SMG9 ......................................................................................................................................................................54
7.10 SMG10 ..................................................................................................................................................................54
7.10.1 Change requests........................................................................................................................................................54
7.10.2 New specifications...................................................................................................................................................55
7.10.3 SMG10 work plan for UMTS...................................................................................................................................55
7.11 SMG11 ..................................................................................................................................................................55
7.11.1 Liaison statements ....................................................................................................................................................56
7.12 SMG12 ..................................................................................................................................................................56
7.12.1 New specifications...................................................................................................................................................56
7.12.2 Work areas ...............................................................................................................................................................56
7.12.3 Work Items ...............................................................................................................................................................57
8 NEXT MEETINGS ............................................................................................................................ 57
Annex 1: LIST OF PARTICIPANTS ...................................................................................................... 59
Annex 2: STATUS OF CRS AND NEW SPECIFICATIONS PRESENTED TO THE MEETING .............. 59
Annex 3: LIST OF DOCUMENTS ......................................................................................................... 59
Annex 4: LIAISON STATEMENTS ....................................................................................................... 59
Annex 5: STATUS OF SMG SPECIFICATIONS AFTER THE MEETING .............................................. 59
Annex 6: ROADMAP AND WI STATUS OF GSM PHASE 2+ WORK ITEMS AFTER THE
MEETING .................................................................................................................................. 59
Annex 7: PT SMG STATUS REPORT ................................................................................................... 59
Annex 8: STRUCTURE OF SMG AND SUBGROUPS ........................................................................... 59
Annex 9: TOKYO, 7-9 OCTOBER 1998 ARIB, ETSI, T1, TTA AND TTC AGREED FRAMEWORK
(TDOC SMG P-98-574)............................................................................................................... 59
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Fred Hillebrand, Chairman of SMG, opened the meeting and thanked the hosts, EuroTel and Paegas (RadioMobil), the
two GSM operators in the Czech Republic, for hosting the meeting.
Robert Chvátal, Marketing Director of Paegas, addressed the meeting and welcomed the delegates on behalf of both hosts,
Paegas (RadioMobil) and EuroTel. He informed SMG, among others, about the immediate success of GSM in the Czech
Republic (1996: 1,3% penetration; 1997: 5%; 1998: 10% to be expected), and about the innovations taken by the Czech
operators (first mobile operators in the world to launch Internet telephony; wide usage of SIM toolkit, e.g. for banking).
Fred Hillebrand gave a special welcome to the Korean, Japanese, Chinese and North-American delegations, as well as last but not least - to all other delegations having carried out the work for all the time.
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Adoption of agenda
The agenda in Tdoc SMG P-98-571 was approved with the following modifications:
• Agenda items 5.2 and 5.3 were deleted;
• to agenda item 5.7, a sub-item “discussion of future work organisation” was added.
The importance of an in depth discussion of the globalisation issues including the way ahead before closure of the GSM
matters at SMG#27 was stressed, in view of the importance of a continuation of work without delay and in view of the
fact that SMG#27 would probably be the last meeting of SMG in the present form and with the present scope.
1
MEETING report of SMG#26
The SMG#26 report had been approved by correspondence. SMG#27 plenary noted that approval.
2
Chairman’s report
Fred Hillebrand, SMG Chairman, presented the Chairman's Report - From SMG#26 in June 98 to SMG#27 in October
98, source SMG Chairman, in Tdoc SMG P-98-570. Main activities and results of the time between SMG#26 and
SMG#27:
• good progress on GSM Release 98;
• AMR process ready for codec selection;
• good progress on G-UMTS;
• Release 99 contents agreed in principle;
• UTRA evaluation report for ITU completed;
• first specifications on UMTS system architecture prepared by SMG12 for
information.
He also reported on the main developments on globalisation of G-UMTS, cf. section 5.7.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 4
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3
Targets of SMG#27
The targets of SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-570 were approved by SMG#27:
• GSM Progress for Release 98
∗ content and progress of Release 98
∗ guidance to STCs for selected questions
∗ AMR selection
• UMTS Progress
∗ content of Release 99
∗ basic concepts on network aspects
• Secure future technical support by voluntary funding
• Globalization of specification work
∗ information of SMG
∗ guidance for SMG representatives in UGG.
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Note:
4.1
Liaisons with other bodies
There has been no report from GSM MoU to SMG#27, since GSM MoU had its meeting a week after SMG#27.
T1P1
The T1P1.5 Status Report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-572 was presented by Ed Ehrlich, T1P1.5 Chairman. He
reported on
• progress on Location Services (LCS) (see section 6.5);
• progress on GSM/PCS harmonization activities (see section 6.5);
• a new T1P1 Work Item proposed for GPRS / EDGE (see section 6.5);
• progress on Number Portability:
∗ expectation to approve or ballot draft proposed ANSI standard on Number Portability for PCS
1900 SMS and Other Services at December T1P1 meeting;
∗ next focus on a Phase 2 version of the existing NP stand T1.708 on PCS 1900 Service Provider
Number Portability;
∗ new SCCP translation type to support SMS agreed by T1S1;
• progress on UMTS / IMT- 2000:
∗ T1P1.5 work efforts in the UMTS ad hoc Group:
◊ Proponent for WCDMA/ NA RTT in TG 8/1;
◊ Drafting proposed T1P1 positions on 3GPP;
• progress on Harmonization: T1P1 ad hoc Group on Harmonization completes
Report: Focused on US CDMA RTT proposals;
• the agreement of T1P1 and TR46 to converge WCDMA/ NA and WIMS (Wide
band ISDN Multi-media Services):
∗ primary technical motivation to improve Packet Data performance
∗ WP- CDMA Committee established (Joint T1P1.5 and TR46.1);
∗ working toward short term deliverable for November 1998 TG8/1 meeting.
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Discussion of the T1P1.5 Status Report to SMG#27:
• The SMG4 Chairman, Kevin Holley, commented that, due to the too late
availability at the last SMG4 plenary, SMG4 had not been able to review the T1P1
proposals on GPRS enhancements, and plan to do that at their next plenary.
• Concerning convergence activities for UTRA, WCDMA/NA and for WIMS,
Ed Ehrlich explained that the T1P1 WCDMA/NA will be brought into 3GPP for
convergence; if TIA joins 3GPP in future, they could bring WIMS into 3GPP as
well, but this is currently not intended by TIA.
• Handling of GSM/PCS Harmonization CRs: Around 50 CRs have been adopted
by T1P1 to their PCS 1900 (=GSM 1900) specifications in order to harmonise
with the SMG specifications on GSM. T1P1 hopes that these CRs can be prepared
by the SMG STCs for approval at SMG#28, so that Release 98 can base on
common specifications on GSM 900/1800/1900.
4.2
Information from ECTEL TMS
Heinz Blankenfeld, succeeding François Grassot as Chairman of ECTEL TMS for the next 2 years, presented the report
from ECTEL TMS in Tdoc SMG P-98-573.
ECTEL, the European Telecommunications and Professional Electronics Industry, is a European organisation of national
associations of electronic and telecommunications manufacturers, recognised by CEC as the manufacturers’ body in
Europe.1
TMS, the Task group for Mobile Services reporting to the ECTEL Mobile Radio Specialists Group (MRSG), has almost
all European, American and Japanese GSM infrastructure and terminal manufacturers as members, covering more than
95% of the market.
The terms of reference of ECTEL TMS include advising on regulations, standards, technical issues, promulgating
information, liaison with all parties concerned with GSM/UMTS.
Voluntary Certification Scheme (VCS): The ECTEL TMS policy on the Voluntary Certification Scheme is to start
VCS as soon as possible, but with the proviso of a global scheme, recognised and accepted by all operators.,
based on SMG7 test specifications, focusing on essential requirements (where the exact meaning of
“essential” has to be elaborated). ECTEL TMS proposes a trial year when all vital requirements have been
met. The idea of VCS labels on the mobile stations is not much liked in ECTEL TMS. So far the proposed VCS
organisation seems quite bureaucratic and will require changes. It is not the intention of the manufacturers to
join the GSM MoU for VCS in the organisation and to contribute to the budget.
Automotive Directive: SMG had been earlier made aware that the application of Directive 95/54/EC could be a serious
threat to install mobile phones in cars.
More support from GSM MoU, in particular from GSM MoU Terminal Working Group and GSM MoU European Interest
Group, has to be sought in this matter. ETSI, the Association des Constructeurs Européens d’Automobiles (ACEA) and
TMS agreed to implement the directive, but asked for better interpretation by the Commission. A next meeting is planned
for end 1998.
Network Incompatibilities: There are still some GSM networks (even within the European Area) not complying to GSM
09.90 and not supporting the signalling related to the Half Rate (HR) codec / Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) codec, so that
call establishment is even rejected for mobile stations attempting to establish Full Rate (FR) codec calls.
1 The acronym ECTEL is not an abbreviation of “European Telecommunications and Professional Electronics Industry”, it combines names of predecessor
organisations.
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5
SMG matters
5.1
Liaison statements to SMG
A liaison statement from ERC TG1 in Tdoc SMG P-98-629 had been answered by SMG2, see Tdoc SMG P-98-630.
5.2
[deleted Agenda Item]
5.3
[deleted Agenda Item]
5.4
PT SMG status report
The PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-746 was presented by Ansgar Bergmann.
Clarifications at SMG#27: GSM 10.00: It was clarified that GSM 10.00 Draft 0.1 of version 7 had been sent to SMG12,
but hadn’t been discussed in SMG12 due to lack of time. It is available on smg/document/smg/specs/draft on the ETSI
server since some time.
SMG#27 decisions:
• The PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-746 was approved by
SMG#27. (The approved version is annex 7 of this report.)
• The following specifications shall be published by ETSI:
21.02
High level requirements relevant for the definition of the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access
UTRA concept
3.0.0
30.04
Definition of the limited number of UTRA concepts
3.0.0
30.00
SMG - UMTS Work programme
3.5.0
• The creation of an STF for dealing with the SMG related parts for the DRAFT
MANDATE TO CEN/CENELEC/ETSI FOR STANDARDIZATION in the field of
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT on the INTEROPERABILITY OF THE TRANSEUROPEAN HIGH-SPEED RAIL SYSTEM, (see Tdoc SMG P-98-750) and the
Terms of Reference in Tdoc SMG P-98-749 were approved by SMG#27.
• SMG#27 approved Stuart Cooke (Nokia) to succeed Makis Kokkos as ITU-R Coordinator. SMG#27 thanked Makis Kokkos for his work and achievements.
• SMG#27 approved the ToR for TBR merging and new TBR modules in
Tdoc SMG P-98-748.
• SMG#27 agreed that a PT SMG Status Report will be distributed in December
1998 for agreement by correspondence in SMG.
• SMG#27 approved the updated PT SMG job description in Tdoc SMG P-98-764.
• SMG#27 asked that updates of the PT SMG job description should have revision
marks in future.
• The file structure on ETSI server below SMG/document/SMG was endorsed by
SMG#27.
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5.5
Report Voluntary Funding Task Force
Per Björndahl, STF Voluntary Funding Task Force Chairman, presented the Report on activities between June 1998 and
September 1998 in Tdoc SMG P-98-778 (annex 5 of the document is Tdoc SMG P-98-785).
Since SMG#26, The STF SMG Voluntary Funding Task Force has met two times, on September 7th, 1998 in Sophia
Antipolis and on October 1st , 1998 in Copenhagen.
Proposed way forward: The STF SMG FTF proposes that
• an MoU for Voluntary Funding (MoU VFS) should be set up.
• That MoU VFS would agree on financial support of STF SMG activities not
covered from other sources.
• The MoU VFS would be open to all parties and ideally all active SMG members
should participate, however it is anticipated that initially a few larger players
would be involved and thus take the lead.
Horst Domeier emphasized that all SMG members should be encouraged to participate in the MoU.
The group has elaborated budget estimates for 1999 (included as annex 2 of Tdoc SMG P-98-778) for the support of the
full present scope of SMG (including GSM and UMTS). A draft MoU VFS for Voluntary Funding has been elaborated
(included as annex 3 of Tdoc SMG P-98-778) as a starting point for negotiations.
The necessary funding per year could be any sum lower or equal to 3,2 Million Ecu, depending on the budget from ETSI
Funded Work Programme, from EC, GSM MoU and others.
A realistic estimation for 1999 would be around 1 Million Ecu, depending on events until the end of the year.
It was clarified that ETSI Secretariat has regularly participated in the group and incorporated their views in the outputs of
the group.
Armin Toepfer presented Tdoc SMG P-98-773, MoU for Voluntary Funding – Key Issues, Mannesmann
Mobilfunk, expressing support for the voluntary funding scheme and a corresponding reduction of ETSI membership fees,
and indicating that the results of 3GPP activities need to be considered when available.
Rémi Thomas expressed the support of the scheme by France Télécom.
Alistair Urie and Peter Adams expressed their view that further proceedings should await results on 3GPP. As
an answer it was clarified that the scheme of voluntary funding was in response to a 2 years old decision of GA on the
step by step reduction of the Funded Work Programme.
It was commented that the nature of future activities would not so well fit into the scope of an SMG group, that
expertise required in a MoU starter group would be more on legal aspects; also more parties should be involved now.
SMG#27 decisions on the matter:
• SMG#27 acknowledged the results of the group as an excellent basis for future
work.
• SMG#27 noted the next step that interested parties get together and determine the
way forward.
• SMG#27 decided that the task force should stay in office in order to follow the
future development and to become active if necessary.
SMG#27 thanked Per Björndahl and his group for their work.
Note:A starter group of interested parties met on 14th of October, 1998, 14:00 - 14:30.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 8
98/11/23
5.6
Ad hoc Group on Working Methods
The status report of the ad hoc group on WOrking MEthods (WOME) in Tdoc SMG P-98-563 was presented by the
WOME Chairman, Peter Donat. It was approved.
WOME had 3 meetings since SMG#26 (WOME#3, WOME#4 and WOME#5). At WOME#5, an ARIB/TTC delegation
participated.
5.6.1
Main activities
Main activities of WOME concerned:
Specifications and Version management: The current working assumption is that every release is specified in one major
version of specifications. In particular, WOME endorsed to issue all outstanding specifications to Version 6 until
SMG#28. The version management of TBRs may still have outstanding problems; also, WOME identified that the version
management in SMG8 is in contradiction to the version management applied in the other STCs. For GSM 10.00, see
SMG#27 decisions in section 5.6.2.
GSM/UMTS 01.00: For changes to GSM/UMTS 01.00, a general aim should be to reduce duplications with ETSI TWP
(task for PT SMG); also, when finding general agreements in WOME, GSM/UMTS 01.00 should be examined to identify
the necessary changes to be elaborated by PT SMG.
Electronic handling of documents:
• Automatic download: WOME discussed a problem of the compcopy subdirectories which were automatically created by ETSI secretariat: Having
restricted access, they stopped automatic downloading of directories when
entered. WOME suggested removal of the directories, which was accepted by
ETSI secretariat.
• Access to e-mail reflectors for non ETSI members: WOME sees the responsibility
with the owner of the list, typically the chairman or secretary of the corresponding
group.
Discussion in SMG#27: Kevin Holley reported on the SMG4 principles for access
to e-mail groups: Access is granted if the company has participation rights, or is
going to have participation rights, or if the person is intending to contribute to the
work.
Electronic Tools:
• Compatibility problems between Word versions: SMG#26 had asked WOME
to study the problem of versions of electronic tools like word processors and to
report back to SMG#27.
In particular, PT SMG had had to discover that documents when converted from
Word 97 to Word 7, may loose text and revisions of figures. As a consequence, a
CR had lost essential parts when converted from Word 97 to Word 7.
The ETSI policy doesn’t help here, it is to accept Word 6, Word 7, Word for
Office 97.
Discussion in SMG#27: It was commented by Robert Tompkins that ITU accept
documents in WORD for Office 97, but discourage the use of WORD for Office
97 for contributions, because of the problems with compatibility already known to
SMG,
Decision of SMG#27: see section 5.6.2.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 9
98/11/23
• Other tools: The discussion on other tools like Access was postponed to WOME
#6. A potential problem of Access 2 with the year 2000 had been reported in
WOME. It was suggested that WOME should try to create a roadmap for change
of software tools.
Work item management: See SMG#27 decisions in section 5.6.2.
Rules for document numbering: See SMG#27 decisions in section 5.6.2.
Storage of meeting reports: Rules where to find a meeting report: WOME is studying some ways for a logical location
of meeting reports.
File structure on the FTP server: WOME discussed a proposal from PT SMG, and endorsed it; see the PT SMG status
report to SMG#27 in Annex 7.
Document Structure of GSM and UMTS Release 99 Specifications: SMG1 had asked WOME to look into proposals
for a Release 99 specification structure (for GSM and UMTS). WOME studied the requirements, in particular it agreed as
a working assumption that the set of specifications for UMTS together with all referenced documents shall be selfcontained for an educated reader, and that the referenced documents shall be publicly available. WOME concluded that a
central problem is the maintenance, improvement and correction of the common kernel where the same changes have to be
adopted for GSM and UMTS. For the Japanese side when there is a common Core Network protocol for UMTS and
GSM, modifications of the common kernel must be in the responsibility of 3GPP. Further considerations are necessary.
For stage 3 specifications in particular, i.e. the actual protocols, it is very important to have only one specification for one
protocol.
An initial examination of Methods A, B, B’ and C were made:
• Method A: The specification structure is based on the GSM structure and the
UMTS functionality is included into the GSM specifications. The result will be
common GSM/UMTS specifications. The default is that everything is valid for
both GSM and UMTS. GSM specific parts are marked and UMTS specific parts
are marked, respectively.
• Method B: A new, separate specification series for UMTS is used which includes
references to appropriate GSM specifications.
• Method B’: A new, separate specification series for UMTS is used. The GSM set
of specifications includes references to appropriate UMTS specifications.
• Method C: A new, separate specification series for UMTS is used but instead of
references to GSM specifications the appropriate parts of GSM specifying text are
copied into those UMTS specification(s).
WOME did not conclude on one of the methods (or a mixture of some of them). WOME reported to SMG#27 that it would
be ready to continue the investigation if SMG so wishes.
Note: As a side event during SMG#27, a discussion between SMG, T1P1 and
ARIB/TTC delegates tool place on the UMTS specification structure, see the
report in Tdoc SMG P-98-783 which was made available at SMG#27.
Roadmap: It was asked whether the GSM Phase 2+ Roadmap should be extended to include the UMTS Work Items or
whether there should be a stand-alone UMTS roadmap.
WOME conclusion: WOME advised PT SMG to process the information in such a way that both - separate and integrated
- roadmaps can be produced.
Logical e-mail addresses: PT SMG was encouraged to create additional logical e-mail addresses (for example:
“SMG3.manager@etsi.fr”) to indicate the PT SMG expert responsible for a certain group.
UMTS terminology: SMG1, SMG2 and SMG12 are elaborating definitions for UMTS. Compatibility between GSM and
UMTS terminology and acronyms should be an issue for WOME, but was postponed.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 10 98/11/23
Access to ETSI server: It was reported that access to the ETSI server is often restricted to the SMG directory. It was
clarified that the GA had decided that every ETSI member should be able to get read-access to all non-restricted areas,
e.g. the Board documents. In such a case, the help desk should be contacted.
Access rights for writing and deleting: WOME recommends that write/delete access should normally be limited
to the chairmen of the groups and PT SMG.
Proper Releases: The problem of Release x+1, …, x+n descriptions in Release x specifications was discussed. WOME
sees it as a work for the rapporteurs and PT SMG to remove such descriptions by CRs, however for big specifications,
resources may not be available.
Terms of reference for WG WOME: WOME prepared Terms of Reference, see SMG#27 decision below.
Comments to 3GPP Working Procedures: SMG AG had asked WOME to comment on the draft 3GPP working
procedures. This was done in WOME#5 and the results were presented to SMG-CG and SMG#27, see SMG#27 decision
below.2
Members database: For technical reasons, it was not possible to run a demonstration up to now. The matter should be
decided at one of the next WOME meeting.
Change requests to 01.00:
A first walk through the relevant paper showed that it seems to be easier to rewrite some parts in order to come to a more
comprehensive description. So a new draft version of 01.00 is expected for SMG#28.
5.6.2
Decisions of SMG#27
SMG#27 approved the Terms of Reference for WOME in Annex A of Tdoc SMG P-98-563 with the modification to
delete “ad hoc” in the name of the group.
SMG#27 approved the following proposals from WOME:
• GSM 10.00 should be issued in the major version of the current Release (this
means, e.g., to use versions 7.x.y for GSM 10.00 until a completion of Release 98) .
• The reference version for Word should be version 6 until a new decision has been
made. This means that in case of discrepancies, the Word 6 version is the
definitive one.
• For every work item XXX, either the prime responsible STC generates explicit
phases (like ASCI phase 1, ASCI phase 2), preferably with a new Work Item
Description sheet; if not, enhancements of a completed work item belong to an
(automatically created) Work item XXX-98 etc. (98 meaning Release 98).
• The rules for document numbering proposed by WOME were endorsed by
SMG#27:
<Tdoc number> ::= <group> <year> <Tdoc identifier>
<group> ::= <main group> {<subgroup> | <plenary>}
<main group> = P | 1 | 2 | … | 9 | A | B | C | W
(standing for SMG Plenary, SMG1, …, SMG11, SMG12, WOME)
<subgroup> = <letter-or-digit> | <plenary> ::= <year> ::= <digit> <digit>
<Tdoc identifier> = <hyphen-or-digit-above-0> < digit> < digit> < digit>
(the “-” stands for 0 and is used for better readability)
<hyphen-or-digit-above-0> ::= - | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
<digit> ::= 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
2
A mistake in the WOME status report to SMG#27 was corrected during presentation at SMG#27: It was clarified that SMG AG had asked WOME to
present the comments on the 3GPP Working Procedures to SMG#27, not to 3GPP, and that had been done (Tdoc SMG P-98-565).
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 11 98/11/23
For SMG, the following subgroups exist:
Advisory group: letter “A”
Co-ordination group: letter “C”
The abbreviation for a subgroup of an STC subgroup is to be decided by the STC, and to be
documented by PT SMG.
Examples:
◊ P-98-900 is SMG Plenary Tdoc no. 900 of year 1998.
◊ P-981601 is SMG Plenary Tdoc no. 1601 of year 1998.
◊ 2B99-001 is Tdoc 1 of SMG2 WPB in the year 1999.
• SMG#27 approved the comments on the 3GPP Working Procedures in
Tdoc SMG P-98-565 to be sent to 3GPP.
5.7
Report on globalisation
François Grassot, member of UGG, presented Tdoc SMG P-98-577, Extraordinary GA decisions on EPP scope, source:
UGG Chairman (same as Tdoc 11 from the Extraordinary ETSI General Assembly, 29 September 1998).
François Grassot presented also Tdoc SMG P-98-574, title: During the meeting held in Tokyo, 7-9 October 1998 ARIB,
ETSI, T1, TTA and TTC agreed this framework document, source: ETSI Director General/UGG Chairman, in
Tdoc SMG P-98-574, which is Annex 9 of this meeting report.
Discussion and clarifications in SMG#27:
• “One Individual company Member, one vote” (slide 44): It was explained that
weighted votes don’t exist in other SDOs. It was explained that the 3GPP
agreement was to review this point on its fairness after 6 months.3
•
“ETSI will absorb the initial cost of establishing the 3GPP, if required.
Thereafter, the costs will be shared by the Organizational Partners. There will be
no direct 3GPP membership fee for Individual Members.” (slide 28): It was
explained that this is a commitment from ETSI, accepted by ETSI Board.
• How are the PCG delegates elected, which power do they have? How can they
represent the members? Answer: The PCG has a management role. There could
be one representative per partner, e.g., the Director (General) of each partner.
Andrew Watson quoted experiences from UMTS Forum which had originally
been set up in a similar way but then had to change the structure because the
steering group had been felt undemocratic.
• If the members want influence on management issues, would they have to go
through GA and Board? Answer: Yes, or other available means like through TSG
chairs and vice chairs after the 3GPP has been set up.
• The proposals are presented to GA in November 1998, whereas the full
documentation is planned for December.
• Duplication of work: The necessary means to avoid it (i.e. share of work) will
have to be defined.
• The view was expressed that SMG and its sub-groups should continue business as
usual until further notice.
3 Note:
Gunnar Sandegren stated that Ericsson considers subject to other companies applying the same principle, through
ETSI, to only apply for one membership (i.e., have one vote); possibly it will go to further memberships through
other partner organizations.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 12 98/11/23
• A common technical group is not foreseen in the 3GPP structure. The TSGs will
organise and co-ordinate their work.
• Concern was expressed by Tony Wiener (ONE-2-ONE) and David Barnes (DTI)
that there was no Plenary body of the TSGs to provide an overall technical coordination and an overall review of the output produced by the TSGs. They gave
reasons why it was necessary to have a Plenary of TSGs and the view was
supported by other delegates. Delegates were informed that they should raise this
matter with their ETSI Board members.
• The practical arrangements concerning the first meetings in 3GPP have not yet
been discussed by UGG.
• Is the number of TSG and their scope fixed? E.g., could there be a separate TSG
on UMTS smart cards? Answer: The number and scope of TSG can be changed by
the Organisational Partners meeting.
• ETSI Board decided on 13 October the creation of a starter group for EP UMTS.
• If a company (e.g., a small operator) wants to fully participate in the work, it
might be obliged to send delegates to each TSG.
• The view was expressed that at the next GA, a decision on acceptance or
rejection of the 3GPP concept would have to be made; modifications would not
be possible during the GA.
• It was explained that it is foreseen that regional requirements will be included in
the 3GPP work.
• It was explained that the work areas listed in Tdoc SMG P-98-574 can be changed
by PCG.
6
GSM matters
6.1
SMG1
Alan Cox, SMG1 Chairman, presented the GSM relevant parts of the SMG1 status report to SMG#27 in
Tdoc SMG P-98-547. The SMG1 status report was approved by SMG#27.
6.1.1
General
Since SMG#26, SMG1 has held two plenary meetings, one covering both GSM and UMTS matters, the second one
focusing on UMTS Phase 1 specifications, as well as a number of ad-hoc meetings.
The SMG1 work on GSM features is more and more included in the work on the corresponding UMTS features.
6.1.2
Change requests
All GSM-relevant CRs presented by SMG1 to SMG#27 were approved by SMG#27. They concern
• Support of Local Service Area (SoLSA) in Tdoc SMG P-98-548 concerning CR
GSM 02.07-A019 and CR GSM 02.11-A011
• Call progress indications in Tdoc SMG P-98-549 concerning CR GSM 02.40A002 relating to Harmonization between GSM 02.40 version 5.0.0 and J-STD-007
Volume 7
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 13 98/11/23
• Call deflection in Tdoc SMG P-98-550 concerning CR GSM 02.72-A001 relating
to CD’s interaction with other supplementary services .
6.1.3
New specifications
• GSM 02.43, Support of Localised Service Area (SoLSA); Service description;
Stage 1, V2.0.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-557 was approved by SMG#27 as a
Release 98 specification.
• GSM 02.56, GSM Cordless Telephony System (CTS), Phase 1; Service
description; Stage 1, v2.0.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-680 was approved by SMG#27 as
a Release 98 specification.
6.1.4
Work items/areas
General Packet Radio Services Phase 2: Tdoc SMG P-98-556 proposes a break-down of GPRS Phase 2 into 11 work
items, prepared by SMG1 together with other STCs. Some are proposed for Release 98, others Release 99.
Harald Dettner and François Courau commented that SMG3 is still working on GPRS Phase 1, so that for SMG#28 to
finalise GPRS Phase 2 Work Items is not realistic.
Decision of SMG#27: SMG#27 approved the work items in Tdoc SMG P-98-556 and asked the engaged STCs, in
particular SMG3, SMG4, SMG6 and SMG12 to comment on the completion dates and on other parts of the Work Item
Description sheets, taking into account comments from GSM MoU (in particular CAGE 2+) on charging/billing issues.
GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS): See section 6.1.3 for approval of stage 1. At SMG#27, some delegates
asked whether the CTS Work Item had still sufficient support in SMG to justify the Work Item to be kept alive, after
several CTS rapporteurs had resigned. It was confirmed that replacements had been found, and that the Work Item can
continue.
Location services (under T1P1 leadership): A joint T1P1 and SMG1, SMG2, SMG3, SMG10, SMG12 meeting will take
place in Sophia Antipolis from 26-29 October in order to progress LCS Stage 1. See section 6.5 for further details on
location services.
Multiple Service Profile (MSP): Although the stage 1 has been stable for some time, there has been little progress in
SMG3 recently, so a new approach is being examined in SMG1.
Impact of Telecommunications Data Protection Directive on GSM Standards: This work item, proposed in annex 2 of
Tdoc SMG P-98-417, means to identify and study possible impacts of the Telecomms Data Protection Directive
(97/66/EC) on GSM Standards. SMG#26 had approved this work item in principle and had asked SMG1 to study it
further with the aim to approve necessary changes to the GSM standards at SMG#27. Work item rapporteur is Barbara
Reed, BT.
SMG1 concluded
• that the GSM specifications are in line with that directive;
• that therefore, at present, no additional GSM standardisation work is needed to
support the directive;
• that the work item is not closed as SMG1 are aware of activities in the fixed
network (Barbara Reed is also rapporteur in NA2) and will watch developments.
SMG1 identified in Tdoc SMG P-98-560 the following points from the Directive as relevant for GSM:
• Article 8 - Presentation and restriction of calling and connected line: In particular,
the requirement (in item 3 of article 8) for rejection of calls by the called party
where the Calling Line Identification (CLI) has been restricted (i.e. withheld) by
the caller is fulfilled in GSM, since the radio interface signalling supports this,
permitting mobile stations to be designed to support the feature.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 14 98/11/23
• Article 10 - Automatic call forwarding: Article 10 can be fulfilled by the called
user observing the forwarded indicator and rejecting the call. The following should
however be noted: Not all handsets support forwarded call indication - so a user
may have to buy a new handset should they wish to have this facility or if they
want the feature to be automatic.
See also section 6.1.5 for a liaison statement from SMG1 to ECTEL TMS on the issue.
Comments at SMG#27: Mikko Kanerva, Nokia, commented that network based solutions would significantly reduce or
totally remove the signalling load from the radio interface, and would even work with old handsets.
Decision of SMG#27: The work item is approved as pending in order to allow SMG1 to watch developments. The Work
Item Description in Tdoc SMG P-98-417 shall be sent to SMG12 for revision and approval.
SIM application toolkit: SMG1 is preparing a stage 1 description to be presented to SMG#28 for information.
Support of Localized Service Area (SoLSA): See section 6.1.3 for approval of stage 1.
Work items for deletion: On proposal from SMG1, SMG#27 approved deletion of the following work items:
• Forwarding of SMSs (it was commented at SMG#27 that the service
requirements remain but there is no plan to carry on the current Work Item.)
• Network Alerting (SMS) - an outstanding sub-feature of work item Network
Indication of Alerting in the MS for which core specifications had been
completed in SMG#25.
• Completion of Call when No Reply (CCNRy), Completion of Call when
Subscriber Not Reachable (CCNRc) (see also Tdoc SMG P-98-561).
6.1.5
Liaison statements
A liaison statement on Impact of Telecomms Data Protection Directive on GSM Standards from SMG1 to ECTEL-TMS
in Tdoc SMG P-98-560 was noted by SMG#27. See section 6.1.4 for further information on the work item.
6.2
SMG2
The GSM relevant parts of the SMG2 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-706 were presented by the SMG2
Chairman, Niels Peter Skov Andersen. The SMG2 status report was approved by SMG#27.
6.2.1
General
Since SMG#26, SMG2 held one plenary and several working party and ad hoc meetings.
François Courau resigned as Chairman of SMG2 WPA and as Vice Chairman of SMG2. As interim SMG2 WPA
Chairman, SMG2 appointed Andrew Howell (Motorola) until a decision at SMG2 when consequences from restructuring
are clearer.
Rémi Thomas emphasised the view of France Télécom that this group should continue.
6.2.2
Change requests
With the exception of CR05.02-A043r2 in Tdoc SMG P-98-709 (see further below), all Change Requests in
Tdoc SMG P-98-662, Tdoc SMG P-98-663, Tdoc SMG P-98-709, Tdoc SMG P-98-710, Tdoc SMG P-98-711 and
Tdoc SMG P-98-712 were approved by SMG#27, including one Phase 2 Change request, CR 05.08-A078 rev 2 in
Tdoc SMG P-98-711, clarifying how the Mobile Station determines the complete BA(SACCH).
The corresponding CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-711 (see table below) should be categorised as category F:
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 15 98/11/23
05.08-A074
05.08-A073
05.02-A078
R97
R96
Ph2
Clarification of Complete BA(SACCH)
Clarification of Complete BA(SACCH)
Clarification of Complete BA(SACCH)
F
F
F
Concerning Tdoc SMG P-98-709, CR05.02-A043r2 (Release 97) on MS multislot classes and GPRS dynamic
allocations, it was asked at SMG#27 whether this also relates to HSCSD, where however the requirement should already
be a consequence of the current specification.
The CR was analysed during SMG#27 by Niels Peter Skov Andersen and Mikko Kanerva: They identified that the CR
was necessary for Type 1 mobiles and elaborated a revision of the CR, CR05.02-A043r3 in Tdoc SMG P-98-639, which
was approved by SMG#27. (SMG2 might want to further examine aspects of HSCSD and Type 2 mobiles.)
6.2.3
New specifications
GSM 03.52, Lower layers of the GSM Cordless Telephony System (CTS) radio interface - Stage 2: SMG2 has put this
specification in its version 0.1.1 under STC change control.
It was clarified that SMG2 is not intending to merge this specification with other specifications now nor in the future.
GSM 10.59 v. 1.3.0, Project scheduling and open issues for EDGE: This specification in Tdoc SMG P-98-707 was
presented to SMG#27 for information.
6.2.4
Work items, feasibility studies and other work areas
Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR): SMG2 members produced an AMR radio simulator that was used for the generation of
static and dynamic error patterns for the selection phase of AMR work. In this period SMG2 have communicated with
SMG11 on several aspects of the AMR. Following the approval of one candidate as the selected Adaptive Multi Rate
codec standard by SMG#27 (see section 6.11.8), SMG2 will initiate the necessary work to include support for AMR in
the standard. Considering the experience from the introduction of HR and EFR in the standard, SMG2 does not believe it
possible to finalise the work in within Release 98.
Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) - BSS Part: The definition for the frame work for EDGE has
progressed. For GSM 10.59, see section 6.2.3.
Feasibility study for GSM450: At SMG#26 (Helsinki, 22-26 June 1998), a proposal had been made to study the
possibility of deploying GSM within frequency bands currently used for NMT450 cellular networks. SMG#26
had asked SMG2 for a feasibility study. After SMG#26 a liaison statement had been sent from SMG to ERM on
the possibility of deployment of GSM systems in frequency bands currently allocated to other cellular
systems. SMG2 WPB had been informed about the existence of NMT450 Digital Requirements specification.
SMG2 presented the draft feasibility study to SMG2#27 for information and will continue work on the feasibility study.
SMG2 identified key areas that need further study (impact of 450 MHz frequency allocations in different countries; range
requirements; minimum spectrum requirement to operate GSM on 450 MHz band - the interim requirements proposal
indicates 2.4 MHz spectrum availability for GSM technology).
General Packet Radio Service Phase 1 (GPRS) - radio part: After the Change Requests approved by SMG#27, a
number of corrections and alignments of the GPRS standard will still be necessary. In particular, a review of BCCH and
corrections on RLC/MAC are envisaged.
GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS): SMG2 have progressed the work item. The radio functionality requirements
of a GSM CTS have been analysed and the future work has been structured based on this analysis. SMG2 agreed upon the
basic working assumption for the CTS radio aspects. GSM 03.52 has been put under change control within SMG2 (cf.
section 6.2.3).
MS Antenna Test Method: SMG2 have received a few contributions on the subject of mobile station antenna
performance and methods of measurements.
Support of Localized Service Area (SoLSA): The work on SoLSA has been started. Proposals for detailed
implementation have been received and are being studied in detail. For SoLSA once again the BCCH capacity seems to
be a critical item, which needs to be studied carefully.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 16 98/11/23
6.2.5
Liaison statements
A Liaison Statement on Proposed feasibility study for GSM 450 from SMG2 to SMG in Tdoc SMG P-98-713 was noted
by SMG, see section 6.2.4 for further information.
Tdoc SMG P-98-683, a draft Co-operation agreement with Universal Wireless Communications Consortium's Global
TDMA Forum (GTF) for EDGE prepared by the ETSI Secretariat, was endorsed by SMG#27.
6.3
SMG3
The GSM relevant parts of the SMG3 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-717 were presented by the SMG3
Chairman, Harald Dettner (the presentation slides are in Tdoc SMG P-98-585). The SMG3 status report was approved by
SMG#27.
Missing hosts: The hosting situation is critical. SMG3 is lacking hosts for a lot of meetings. If no parties are willing to
host SMG3 meetings then it can be foreseen that stage 3 material for Release 99 will not be available in due time.
For the following meetings, SMG3 urgently needs hosts:
27 to 29 January 1999 SMG3 plenary #1/99; NO HOST YET
week 23 1999
SMG3 plenary #2/99; NO HOST YET
week 40 1999
SMG3 plenary #3/99; NO HOST YET
25 to 26 January 1999 SMG3-WPA; Just before SMG3 plenary #1/99 NO HOST YET
25 to 26 January 1999 SMG3-WPB #1/99: Just before SMG3 plenary #1/99 NO HOST YET
17 to 21 May 1999
SMG3-WPB #2/99: NO HOST YET
11 to 15 January 1999 SMG3-WPC; NO HOST YET
13 and 14 January 1999
Joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC on CAMEL Phase 3 during SMG3-WPC
25 to 26 January 1999 SMG3-WPC; Just before SMG3 plenary #1/99 NO HOST YET
13 to 17 September 1999
SMG3-WPC; NO HOST YET
15 and 16 September 1999 Joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC on CAMEL Phase 3 during SMG3-WPC
15 to 19 November 1999
SMG3-WPC; NO HOST YET.
Companies willing to host a meeting should contact Peter van der Arend (e-mail: peter.vanderarend@etsi.fr, fax: + 33 4
93 65 28 17).
6.3.1
General
Between SMG#26 and SMG#27, SMG3 had one plenary and several working party / ad-hoc meetings.
Vice Chairs will be elected at next SMG3 plenary in January 1999. In the mean time, the WP chairmen act as vice
chairmen.
6.3.2
Change requests
All change requests presented by SMG3 to SMG#27 were approved by SMG#27 with the following exceptions:
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 17 98/11/23
• CR 04.08-A355, a Phase 2 CR with Category F on Clarification of CM3 and ES
IND bit handling in classmark 1 and 2 in Tdoc SMG P-98-715: This CR had been
agreed in SMG3; corresponding CRs for Release 96 and Release 97 had already
been approved by SMG#26. However, SMG2 had rejected the CR as being not
necessary.
On CR 04.08-A355, SMG2/3 should check whether the changes introduced by the
corresponding CRs for Release 96 and Release 97 are to be improved.
• CR 03.78-A037r1, a Release 97 Category C Change Request on Removal of
O_Not_Reachable
and
T_Not_Reachable
detection
points
in
Tdoc SMG P-98-724: SMG#27 discussed whether the deletion of the detection
points on “not reachable” in this CR could lead to unwanted service restrictions.
The CR was further examined during SMG#27. Result: Tdoc SMG P-98-627 was
presented by Harald Dettner. It proposes acceptance of the CR, because ITU-T
had not accepted the new detection points for not Reachable so far.
Then, a further discussion in SMG#27 took place.
One view was that in a world of fixed-mobile convergence, it wouldn’t be
understandable that specification of a detection point which is the consequence of
mobility is rejected; if ‘not reachable’ had to be merged with another detection
point, the latter one should be ‘no reply’ instead of ‘busy’.
Another opinion, expressed by several speakers, was that under the signs of fixedmobile convergence, ITU-T might change their mind.
SMG#27 asked SMG3 to study the CR again with regard of the concerns raised.
CR 03.78-A037r1 was postponed at SMG#27.
• On CR 04.08-A365, the following revision was approved by SMG#27: All
revisions except the revision of Annex K4 were approved by SMG#27. The
revision of Annex K4 was not approved, as annex K is only an informative annex
documenting default IEIs specified before the new coding principle to make IEIs
context sensitive (i.e., the meaning of an IEI depends on the message in which it
occurs). A modified CR 04.08-A365 rev. 1 was made available in
Tdoc SMG P-98-588.
• A CR to GSM 04.08 in Tdoc SMG P-98-698 on re-numbering of tables and
sections, CR 04.08-A357r1, has been postponed to be further discussed in SMG2
and SMG3.
Accepted CRs include:
• Release 96 CRs on Voice Broadcast Service (VBS) in Tdoc SMG P-98-678
• Release 96 CRs on Voice Broadcast Service (VGCS) in Tdoc SMG P-98-679
• Release 96 CRs on CAMEL Phase 1 in Tdoc SMG P-98-723
• Remaining Release 97 CRs on CAMEL Phase 2 in Tdoc SMG P-98-724 except
CR 03.78-A037r1 (Release 97-C) on Removal of O_Not_Reachable and
T_Not_Reachable detection points
• on CAMEL Phase 2/CCBS, the CR in Tdoc SMG P-98-722
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 18 98/11/23
• on CCBS, CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-720 and Tdoc SMG P-98-721, except CR
04.08-A365 in Tdoc SMG P-98-716, where SMG#27 approved a revision in
Tdoc SMG P-98-588.
• on GPRS, CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-677, Tdoc SMG P-98-725,
• on Support for Optimal Routing (SOR): CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-768
• CRs 04.08-A359 and 04.08-367 on re-numbering of tables and figures in
Tdoc SMG P-98-698 (whereas CR 04.08-A357r1 has been postponed at SMG#27,
see above)
• Release 96 and Release 97 CRs on TEI in Tdoc SMG P-98-726 (GSM 03.18 and
GSM 09.02).
6.3.3
New specifications
GSM 04.72, Call Deflection (CD) Supplementary Service; Stage 3, V1.0.0 (Release 98), in Tdoc SMG P-98-718, was
presented for information to SMG#27.
GSM 09.13, Signalling interworking between ISDN supplementary services Application Service Element (ASE) and
Mobile Application Part (MAP) protocols, version 2.0.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-719 was approved by SMG#27 for
Release 97.
6.3.4
Work items/areas
Calling Name Presentation - US (CNAP-US), Calling Name Presentation - Euro (CNAP-EU): The specifications for
Calling Name Presentation - US (CNAP-US) are available now and will be published:
GSM_NO
GSM_TITLE
02.96
Name Identification Supplementary Services; Stage 1
CURRENT
VERSION
6.0.0
PHASE
03.96
Name Identification Supplementary Services; Stage 2
6.0.0
R97
04.96
Name Identification Supplementary Services; Stage 3
6.0.0
R97
R97
Stage 1 (02.96) is neutral to the implementation, but for Calling Name Presentation - Euro (CNAP-EU), a separate
architecture has to be chosen. Problems are identified with the proposal to make use of UUS. Other alternatives are under
study.
CAMEL Phase 2: Tdoc SMG P-98-579, EDP-R for Abandon detection point in CAMEL phase 2, source France
Télécom, explains that the CAMEL phase 2 stage 1 description requires the Abandon Detection Point as a EDP-R4, and
that such a functionality is not provided in the stage 2; it proposes not to change stage 2.
In this matter, later during SMG#27, P-98-607, with the same title EDP-R for Abandon detection point in CAMEL phase
2, source France Télécom and Nokia, was presented by Rémi Thomas. This document proposes, that either GSM 02.78
requirement for charging operations in abandon DP is moved to CAMEL phase 3, or SMG3 WPC is allowed to ignore the
requirement for CAMEL phase 2. An attached draft CR shows the change needed in GSM 02.78 if SMG1 is to remove the
requirement from CAMEL phase 2.
Decisions of SMG#27: SMG#27 approved not to modify GSM 03.78 for CAMEL phase 2 to include the EDP-R Abandon
DP. SMG#27 further approved that SMG1 should move the GSM 02.78 requirement for charging operations in abandon
DP into CAMEL phase 3.
CAMEL Phase 3: Co-operation with SPS3 has started on the common development of the CAMEL Phase 3 standard. See
Annex A in Tdoc SMG P-98-717 Annex F of GSM 10.78.
The danger was pointed at in SMG#27, to loose important functions if detection points are removed for the sake of
fixed/mobile convergence just because it doesn’t exist for fixed networks.
4 EDP-R = Event Detection Point - Request: A detection point which is leads to a notification of the gsmSCF; the gsmSSF then waits for instructions from the
gsmSCF. See GSM 03.78.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 19 98/11/23
Immediate Service Termination (IST): The development of a non CAMEL implementation solution for IST was
requested by SMG10. SMG3 reported to SMG#27
• that guidance on this work is needed;
• that the non CAMEL approach for the service might be very time consuming for
SMG3-WPC;
• that there was no support in SMG3 for the development of a non CAMEL based
solution for IST.
During SMG#27, a small group looked into the issue. The SMG3 and SMG10 chairman agreed to raise the issue in the
STCs again to attract the proponents to actively work on this subject.
SMG#27 was informed that Alcatel had committed to contribute to the non CAMEL solution for IST.
SMG#27 decision: non-CAMEL based IST is postponed to Release 99.
6.3.5
Liaison statements
Co-operation with SPS: A Liaison Statement from SPS3 on SMG3 - SPS3 co-operation for the production of common
CAMEL Phase 3 specifications was presented to SMG#27 in annex A of P-98-717.
Note:
In annex A of P-98-717 the dates of that LS have been updated.
Decision of SMG#27: Annex F of GSM 10.78 shown on the last page of P-98-717 was approved by SMG#27.
6.3.6
Other issues
Sub-System Numbers: After rejection of allocation of SSN for GSM by ITU, SMG3 prepared CRs to GSM 03.03 which
will be sent to SMG12 (the prime responsible STC for GSM 03.03). See also section 6.12.5.
6.4
SMG4
The GSM relevant parts of the SMG4 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-775 were presented by the SMG4
Chairman, Kevin Holley (the presentation slides are in Tdoc SMG P-98-566). The SMG4 status report was approved by
SMG#27.
Missing hosts: SMG4 is missing hosts for the following plenary meetings:
st th
• 1 -5 March 1999,
th
th
• 20 -24 September 1999.
The last SMG4 meeting was attended by 70 delegates. During the opening and closing plenary, usually about 50 delegates
are present. In between up to four subgroups are running in parallel with 10 to 35 delegates.
Companies willing to host a meeting should contact Friedhelm Rodermund (e-mail: friedhelm.rodermund@etsi.fr, fax: +
33 4 93 65 28 17).6.4.1General
Since SMG#26, SMG4 has held one plenary meeting and several sub-group/ad hoc meetings as well as joint meetings
with SMG1 and SMG12.
6.4.2
Change requests
All CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-735, Tdoc SMG P-98-736, Tdoc SMG P-98-737, Tdoc SMG P-98-738 and
Tdoc SMG P-98-739 were approved by SMG#27. Amongst them, there are two phase 2 CRs:
• CR 07.07-A061, Corrections
Tdoc SMG P-98-737
to
+CR
and
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 20 98/11/23
+CREG
commands
in
• CR-09.07-A042 on V.24 signalling in Tdoc SMG P-98-739.
On CR 03.40-A83 in Tdoc SMG P-98-738, possible compatibility problems with Release 98 Mobile Stations in
networks of Release 97 or earlier were indicated.
Change requests in Tdoc SMG P-98-739 correct compatibility problems between various implementations of V.24
signalling in the Mobile Station, Inter-Working Function and fixed network V.110 ISDN Terminal Adapter that may cause
premature release of calls. A complete solution has been elaborated for Release 98, some corrections are also made to
the Phase 2, Release 96 and Release 97 specifications.
6.4.3
New specifications
GSM 03.57, Mobile Station Application Execution Environment (MExE); Functional description; Stage 2, Version
1.0.2 (R98), in Tdoc SMG P-98-776 was presented to SMG#27 for information.
6.4.4
Work items/areas
Phase 2:
• AT commands: For a correction to GSM 07.07 regarding the +CR and +CREG
commands, see section 6.4.2 (there is a corresponding minor error in the +MR
command in ITU-T V.250).
• V.24: See section 6.4.2 (CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-739).
New work items:
Provision of text telephony service in GSM and UMTS: This work item, proposed in section 13.5 of the SMG4 status
report (Tdoc SMG P-98-775) led to some discussion in SMG#27:
Comments of the work item:
• Additional supporting companies (e.g., regulators) are needed. SMG#27 was
informed that the Swedish regulator as well as Alcatel support the WI.
• Steven Hayes commented that there might come a mandate from FCC.
• SMG#27 was informed that in Denmark, the feature has been implemented
without impact on GSM standards.
Decision of SMG#27: The work item was approved. It should be further studied by SMG12, which will be the prime
responsible STC at least in the initial phase.
6.4.5
Liaison statements
A Liaison Statement on maintenance of ETSI GSM specifications in section 14 of the SMG4 status report was forwarded
by SMG#27 to WOME.
6.5
T1P1 work items
GPRS for PCS 1900: Ed Ehrlich presented Tdoc SMG P-98-583, containing a new work item GPRS for PCS 1900,
under leadership of T1P1. It was approved.
Comments:
• T1P1 should also consider performance evaluations etc. for GPRS radio.
• The text in section 1.4 seems not to raise new service requirements.
Harmonization of the PCS1900 Standards with the GSM Base Specification: Ed Ehrlich presented
Tdoc SMG P-98-582, Harmonisation CRs for Release 98, source Asok Chatterjee, Chairman, T1P1, expressing the need
for feasible arrangements to obtain common standards soon.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 21 98/11/23
Location Services (LCS): Tdoc SMG P-98-727, Standardisation of Commercial Location Based Services, source:
Cellnet, Motorola, Nokia, Nortel, Omnitel Pronto Italia and Tdoc SMG P-98-728, Background Information about
Location Services Standardization, source: Nokia, were presented by Teuvo Järvelä. The documents propose E-OTD
and GPS as the solution for the commercial services, and TOA as the solution for the FCC requirement. Both are
proposed to be specified in parallel, for R98.
Clarifications and further information:
• Ed Ehrlich explained that stage 1 and stage 2 are developed so that they are
applicable to any of the three methods.
• A joint meeting between SMG STCs and T1P1 on localisation is planned for 26-29
October, 1998 in Sophia Antipolis.
Views on the matter:
• Linda Melvin, Director of GSM MoU North American Interest Group, expressed
the need of all GSM North America operators for an in time solution (in
Release 98) based on TOA.
• One main reason for proposing TOA is that it works with existing mobile stations.
• Views supporting the E-OTD or GPS or TOA solutions were expressed by some
delegates.
Conclusion of SMG#27:
• SMG recognised the first priority for an in-time solution based on TOA without
delay (mainly for regulatory requirements on emergency calls).
• SMG recognises the need for other solutions (mainly for commercial services
using localisation).
• The lead for localisation including all methods should be with T1P1.
• It was noted that T1P1 intends to take measures to speed up the work on the
additional methods.
6.6
SMG6
The GSM relevant parts of the SMG6 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-664 were presented by the SMG6
Chairperson, Gisela Hertel. The SMG6 status report was approved by SMG#27.
6.6.1
General; confirmation of Chair
Between SMG#26 and SMG#27, SMG6 had one plenary and several working party/ad-hoc meetings.
SMG#27 was informed that Gisela Hertel has changed affiliation. She now represents Iridium. She was confirmed as
SMG6 Chairperson.
6.6.2
Change requests
All CRs presented by SMG6 to SMG#27 for approval were approved by SMG#27:
Tdoc SMG P-98-667 - CRs to GSM 12.05:
• a CR to GSM 12.05 proposing an enhancement of HSCSD parameters in call
records;
• a CR to GSM 12.05 proposing the addition of speech codec related information.
Tdoc SMG P-98-665 - CR to GSM 12.11: a CR to GSM 12.11 containing several clarifications.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 22 98/11/23
Tdoc SMG P-98-666 - CRs to GSM 12.15
• a CR to GSM 12.15 that contains several clarification and editorial improvements.
• CR 12.15-A001r10 is a CR to GSM 12.15 proposing the addition of a charging
protocol. Earlier versions of this CR have been discussed at SMG6 GPRS meeting
for some time, and the status of the CR had been questioned in SMG6; Michael
Sanders confirmed that the version presented to SMG#27 was the one approved in
SMG6. After longer discussions in SMG#27, the CR was approved.
6.6.3
New specifications
No new specification was presented to SMG#27.
6.6.4
Work items
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS): SMG6 established the following work plan:
GPRS charging:
• High Priority
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
Completion of charging protocols
Prepaid service (study + specification if time allows)
Reverse charging
Study of itemised billing
Enhancements to 12.15
• Medium Priority
∗ Hot billing
∗ Study of enhancements to charging criteria
∗ PTM-M (depends on service description)
• Low Priority & On Hold
∗ PTM-G
∗ AoC
(depends on service description)
(depends on service description)
GPRS O&M:
• High Priority
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
∗
Clarification of the responsible SMG group(s) for Legal Interception issues.
General O&M descriptions and requirements, Enhancements to 10.18;
GPRS Functions.
GPRS Elements.
GPRS Exception Management. Problem resolution.
Study of Gb interface O&M requirements and level of standardisation.
NSS interface issues relating to GPRS O&M.
NSS Functional issues relating to GPRS O&M
BSS interfaces and issues relating to GPRS O&M.
BSS Functional issues relating to GPRS O&M.
• Medium Priority
∗ Study of DNS and Border gateway O&M.
∗ GPRS Trace.
• Low Priority & On Hold
∗ PTM Service centre is not applicable at this time. When the specifications are available for this
node it will be prioritised.
∗ Network QoS Management. When specifications are stable this item will be prioritised.
∗ Study for Network Parameter Distribution in GPRS.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 23 98/11/23
6.7
SMG7 and type approval matters
The SMG7 status report at SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-541 were presented by the SMG7 Chairman, Rémi Thomas. The
SMG7 status report was approved by SMG#27.
6.7.1
General
SMG7 held one plenary since SMG#26 as well as two GPRS testing drafting sessions and a meeting on evaluation of the
new R&TTE directive of the European Commission.
6.7.2
Change requests to GSM 11.10
All Change Requests to GSM 11.10 presented to SMG#27 were approved by SMG#27.
6.7.3
New specifications
SMG#27 approved the following specifications:
• GSM 13.01-1 (TS 101 419-1), Attachment requirements for Global System for
Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Access, version 2.0.0, in
Tdoc SMG P-98-544;
• GSM 13.01-2 (TS 101 431-1), Attachment requirements for mobile stations in the
DCS 1800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Access, version 2.0.0, in
Tdoc SMG P-98-545;
• GSM 13.67, Attachment requirements for Global System for Mobile
communications (GSM); Railways Band (R-GSM); Mobile Stations; Access,
version 1.0.0, in Tdoc SMG P-98-792 revising Tdoc SMG P-98-542;5
• GSM 13.68, Attachment requirements for Global System for Mobile
communications (GSM); Advanced Speech Call Items (GSM-ASCI) Mobile
Stations; Access, version 1.0.0, in Tdoc SMG P-98-543.
See also section 6.7.4.
6.7.4
Regulatory issues
The new R&TTE directive will presumably be applied from January 2000 onwards.
Still under the present type approval regime (98/13/EC Directive), the TBRs have to be transposed into Harmonised
Standards, and ACTE has requested that the corresponding Harmonised Standards for GSM 900 and GSM 1800 are
merged (that is, ex-TBR19 with ex-TBR 31, and ex-TBR 20 with ex-TBR 32); also it has been agreed to add the phase 2+
TBR modules as further parts of these Harmonised Standards.
Base TBRs: SMG#27 approved
• a new versions for TBR 19 as GSM 13.01-1 (TS 101 419) in Tdoc P-98-544
• a new version of TBR 31 as GSM 13.01-1 (TS 101 431) in Tdoc P-98-545
Both specifications were approved at SMG#27 as TS, not yet as EN; after SMG#27, they include
• the necessary alignment with the requirements of the present directive (98/13/EC)
and
5 Tdoc SMG P-98-542 showed the wrong specification number GSM 13.69 instead of the correct number, GSM 13.67.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 24 98/11/23
• the implementation of CRs that had been previously approved by SMG (but had
not been implemented because of the expected transition to Harmonised
standards).
At SMG#28, SMG7 intends to present merged versions of these specifications for approval as Harmonised Standards as
follows:
TBR 19 + 31 => EN 301-419-1 (GSM 13.01)
TBR 20 + 32 => EN 301 420-1 (GSM 13.02).
GSM 13.67, the “TBR-Module” for R-GSM Band, was presented as version 1.0.0 to SMG#27 for information. SMG#27
concluded that the specification was stable enough and approved GSM 13.67.
GSM 13.68, the “TBR-Module” for ASCI (Access) was presented as version 1.0.0 to SMG#27 for information. SMG#27
concluded that the specification was stable enough and approved GSM 13.68.
Schedule for the “TBR Modules”:
Phase 2+
Work
Item
HSCSD
ASCI
R-GSM
GPRS
CTS-MS
CTS-FP
EDGE
AMR
Harmonised
Standard
EN No.
301-419-2
(GSM
13.34)
301 419-3
(GSM
13.68)
301 419-4
(GSM
13.67)
301 419-5
(GSM
13.60)
301 419-6
(GSM
13.55)
301 419-7
(GSM
13.56)
301 419-8
(GSM
13.59)
301 419-9
(GSM
13.70)
Core Specs
SMG approved
SMG#23
Sep 1997
GSM 11.10-1
SMG
approved
SMG#24
Dec 1998
Document
SMG
approved
SMG#26
25 Jun 98
SMG#24
Dec 1997
SMG#26
June 1998
SMG#24
Dec 1997
SMG#26
June 1998
target: SMG#28
Feb 1999
target: SMG#29
June 1999
target: SMG#28
Feb 1999
target: SMG#30
Oct 1999
target: SMG#28
Feb 1999
target: SMG#30
Oct 1999
target :SMG#29 June
1999
target: SMG#30 Oct
1999
target: SMG#29 June
1999
target: SMG#30
Oct 1999
target:
SMG#28
Feb 1999
target:
SMG#28
Feb 1999
target:
SMG#29
June 1999
target:
SMG#31
Dec 1999
target:
SMG#31
Dec 1999
target:
SMG#31
Dec 1990
target:
SMG#31
Dec 1999
At SMG#27 it was not clear whether the ETSI secretariat will investigate the usage of the One Step Approval Procedure
(OAP) for updated Harmonised Standards and TBR modules.
SMG#27 approved the approach and schedule in section 5.1.3 of the SMG7 status report.
6.7.5
Work items
Release 96: Mobile Station Test Specifications for the following work items are considered stable:
• EFR,
• HSCSD,
• R-GSM and
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 25 98/11/23
• ASCI Phase 1.
Mobile Station Test Specifications for the following work items are to be completed:
• CBCH extension;
• New Cell reselection mechanisms;
• New System Information Type 9, BCCH scheduling,
• Use of Progress Indicator 64,
• ECT (Explicit Call Transfer): some aspects linked to compatibility and to call
control may need to be tested,
• CCBS (Call Completion to Busy Subscriber) some aspects will be part of the
TBRs because call control is affected.
Release 97:
SMG7 has started work on Mobile Station test specifications for two Release 97 features:
• GPRS and
• CTS.
GPRS Phase 1 testing: The drafting of the GPRS test cases is made very difficult by the instability of GSM 04.60;
therefore the first priority to ensure the completion of the GPRS test cases is the availability of a stable GSM 04.60.
PT SMG is editing and maintaining a document which outlines the status of the work for the GPRS MS testing. These
information are provided for each testing domain, hence this document allows to monitor accurately the progress of the
work. The editors for each chapter and the documents which contain the draft tests are identified as well. For the time
being this document remains inside SMG7 (318/98), it is available upon request.
It is expected that the first GPRS tests will be brought to SMG#28 for approval.
Cordless Telephony System (CTS) testing: SMG7 started to review documents on CTS.
Release 98 and beyond:
AMR testing: A presentation on AMR will be made during the next SMG7 plenary, this will allow SMG7 to organise the
work for AMR testing;
EDGE testing: A presentation on EDGE will be made during the next SMG7 plenary, this will allow SMG7 to organise
the work for EDGE testing.
6.7.6
R&TTE Directive
Possible consequences of the R&TTE directive are described in Tdoc P-98-595, source Mark Bogers.
Hans Hauser presented Tdoc SMG P-98-581, Input of the SMG community to the preparation work of the R&TTE
Directive, Source: T-Mobil. The document presents an analysis of essential requirements under the R&TTE. SMG#27
expressed support for the concepts in the document and concluded that the document is a valuable input document for the
further work in SMG7 and GSM MoU European Interest Group on “living under the R&TTE”.
Later in the meeting, Hans Hauser presented Tdoc SMG P-98-640, LS to GSM MoU EIG and SMG7; Common position
on Article 3 “Essential Requirements” of the draft R&TTE Directive.
This Liaison Statement was approved by SMG#27 with the following modification:
“SMG#27 has endorsedadopted the position on Article 3 “Essential Requirements” of the draft
R&TTE Directive described in Tdoc SMG#27 98-581 in principle.”
The approved version of this Liaison Statement is Tdoc SMG#27 98-789.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 26 98/11/23
6.7.7
Voluntary Certification Scheme
Armin Toepfer confirmed that also under a VCS scheme, GSM 11.10 will continue to be the reference for mobile station
testing.
6.7.8
Liaison Statements
SMG#27 approved a Liaison Statement to TRAC on CTS (“work goes on”) in Tdoc SMG P-98-610, see section 6.13.
6.8
SMG8
The SMG8 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-743 were presented by the SMG8 Chairman, Simon Pike. The
SMG8 status report was approved by SMG#27.
6.8.1
General
SMG8 has held one plenary meeting since SMG#26. The remaining work on GSM 11.24 has been completed and
presented to SMG#27 for approval for Vote. SMG8 is making good progress in developing tests of GPRS and pico BTS
in GSM 11.21.
6.8.2
Change requests
SMG8 presented tests of pico-BTS to SMG#27 for information in Tdoc SMG P-98-741 - for information because the
pico-BTS is in Release 98.
CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-740 and Tdoc SMG P-98-742 were approved by SMG#27.
6.8.3
Specifications
GSM 11.24, GSM Transcoding and Rate Adaptation: Base Station System Equipment Specification, will be sent for
vote. The chairmen of SMG8 and SMG11 will discuss the future maintenance of GSM 11.24.
6.8.4
Releases
BSS tests for Release 96 are considered as completed. (Some issues concerning Base station configurations might have to
be added.)
6.8.5
Liaison with other bodies
TC ERM: The last TC ERM meeting approved ETS 300 342-3 to commence the vote stage of the approval process,
subject to some changes being made.
This specification is only directly applicable to Phase 2 GSM infrastructure. To extend the scope to include Phase 2+, a
new edition will be required. A work item for this will be presented to the next meeting of TC ERM.
6.9
SMG9
The GSM relevant parts of the SMG9 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-668 were presented by the SMG9
Chairman, Klaus Vedder. The SMG9 status report was approved by SMG#27. The slides of the presentation were made
available in Tdoc SMG P-98-676.
6.9.1
General; new scope of SMG9
SMG9 had one plenary and several sub-group meetings since SMG#26.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 27 98/11/23
At the ETSI Board meeting from the 9th to 11th June, it was decided that the ETSI TC ICC should close and that existing
work items from that committee should be transferred to SMG9. This makes SMG9 the main focus of ETSI card
standardisation activities. SMG9 reported at SMG#26 that this would require a review of their terms of reference.
This review took place at the last SMG9 plenary meeting and resulted in a new version which can be found in annex D of
Tdoc SMG P-98-668.
SMG#27 approved the Terms of reference with the following modifications:
• to add liaison with WAP Forum to the liaisons
SMG9 activities outside GSM and UMTS are reported in section 6.9.5.
6.9.2
Change requests
For change request CR A001 rev 1 to ETSI Guide EG 201 220 version 1.2.1, see section 6.9.5.
Change requests to GSM specifications:
GSM 11.11, SIM/ME interface specification: All CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-671 were approved by SMG#27:
- CR 11.11-A071(Release 98) introduces an enhance image coding scheme that will
enable colour icons to be stored on the SIM in a standardised manner.
- CR 11.11-A072 (Release 98) is a harmonisation CR that adds reference to PCS 1900.
This is done at the request of ANSI T1P1.
GSM 11.14, SIM Application Toolkit: All CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-669 except CR 11.14-A111r1 (see further below)
and all CRs in Tdoc SMG P-98-670 were approved by SMG#27:
- CR 11.14-A084 (Release 96), CR 11.14-A087 (Release 97) and CR 11.14-A112
(Release 98), introducing a new class 1bis to reduce the number of MEs on the market
offering only partial and differing support of class 2.
- CR 11.14-A091r1 (Release 98): "Yes/No" response for GET INKEY. Most of SIM
Toolkit applications using the GET INKEY command actually expect only a "YES" or
"NO" response. This new feature simplifies the SIM Toolkit application and provides
an improved user MMI.
- CR 11.14-A092 (Release 98): Alignment of coding of card reader status event. This
corrects the encoding of card reader status event thus aligning it with the encoding of
the other events.
- CR 11.14-A093 (Release 97): Additional information field mandatory in case of USSD
Return Error result. This clarifies that if result code '37' is returned, the ME shall
provide a specific cause value as additional information.
- CR 11.14-A094 (Release 98): This is the Release 98 version of CR 11.14-A093.
- CR 11.14-A095 (Release 97): This CR corrects the omission of the SET UP EVENT
LIST command from the table that shows all possible result values for all commands.
- CR 11.14-A096 (Release 96), CR 11.14-A097 (Release 97), CR 11.14-A098
(Release 98): These CRs clarify that in the case where the SIM issues an instruction to
the ME to initiate a Mobile Originated transaction (e.g. SEND SMS, SEND USSD), the
content supplied by the SIM for onward transmission by the ME shall not be altered by
the ME unless explicitly stated elsewhere in GSM 11.14 or in GSM 11.11.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 28 98/11/23
- CR 11.14-A099 (Release 97), CR 11.14-A100 (Release 98): Clarification about USSD
return result.
- CR 11.14-A101 (Release 97), CR 11.14-A102 (Release 96), CR 11.14-A103
(Release 98): These CRs clarify the handling of the ‘9300’ status response for the
envelope command for SMS Data download, Call Control and SMS Call Control. All
other cases are already defined in GSM 11.11.
- CR 11.14-A104 (Release 98): This CR introduces a new command SET UP IDLE
MODE TEXT. The text supplied by the command is not allowed to overwrite
information of higher importance such as the service provider's name.
CR 11.14-A108 (Release 98): This CR clarifies that the ME shall not locally generate
audible DTMF tones and play them to the user during a SET UP CALL command.
- CR 11.14-A109 (Release 97): This change describes the handling of the TERMINAL
RESPONSE command in the case where CALL CONTROL by SIM is triggered after a
proactive command SET UP CALL, SEND SS or SEND USSD.
- CR 11.14-A110 (Release 98): This is the Release 98 version of CR 11.14-A109.
CR 11.14-A111r4 (Release 98) in Tdoc SMG P-98-605, introducing a new command to the SIM application toolkit
"RUN AT COMMAND" was also approved by SMG#27. This allows the application to issue AT commands to the ME.
This may include those specified in GSM 07.07 as well as manufacturer specific commands. Typical uses for such
functionality are remote diagnostics, customer care and control of unattended terminals.
The original CR, CR 11.14-A111r1, presented in Tdoc SMG P-98-669, had been revised by SMG#27:
During discussion at SMG9 plenary, some concerns had arisen:
(1) that AT commands would allow the possibility for ME and network operator
specific actions to be introduced. One such action could be the setting up of a call
without the user’s knowledge or confirmation;
(2) that the SIM toolkit would now be promoting the opportunity for non-standardised
ME/service behaviour to be introduced;
(3) that the feature would effectively bypass the current concept of toolkit classes
which fully define an ME’s toolkit behaviour.
SMG9 therefore had sent the CR to SMG#27 together with a Liaison Statement in annex B of Tdoc SMG P-98-668
explaining the backgrounds.
During SMG#27, the revision CR 11.14-A111r4 in Tdoc SMG P-98-605 was elaborated requiring control by the
subscriber through the ME for this feature.
SMG#27 approved Tdoc SMG P-98-625, Handling of AT Commands via SIM Toolkit, source: BT, Vodafone, France
Telecom, Nokia, Ericsson, Siemens, Motorola. This document concludes that SMG4 should provide a subset of AT
commands which is recommended for operators to use with SIM Toolkit.
In this context, Nigel Barnes presented Tdoc SMG P-98-245, General guidelines for Automatic Call and SMS execution,
source: Ad Hoc Group of SMG#25, to SMG#27. This document indicates possible problem areas when certain services
and application execution environments cause the GSM ME to initiate calls or send SMS automatically or as a result of
user interaction or interaction by external equipment with the application. It had already presented at SMG#25, and
SMG#25 had decided further actions (including further discussions in SMG1, SMG12, MoU SCAG).
Again in the same context, SMG#27 approved Tdoc SMG P-98-626, Applications and Automatic Execution, source: BT,
Vodafone, Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, Siemens. Following the proposals of this document, an SMG Workshop on
Applications and Automatic Execution will be convened (planned place and date: ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis,
th
st
30 November to 1 December 1998), chaired by Kevin Holley. This workshop will allow experts to identify all the
problem areas, including those identified in Tdoc SMG P-98-245 and annex B of Tdoc SMG P-98-668 (=SMG9 98p373),
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 29 98/11/23
and to propose a programme structure for resolution of the problems, possibly via further study in the individual STCs.
The workshop is mandated to offer guidance directly to the STCs.
Fred Hillebrand will take Tdoc SMG P-98-625 and Tdoc SMG P-98-626 to GSM MoU.
GSM 02.17, SIM functional characteristics: A complete revision of GSM 02.17 to align it with the changes made to
GSM 11.11 and GSM 11.14 over the last years had been presented to SMG#26 for information and comment. As no
comments had been received, SMG9 had agreed to present the "new" GSM 02.17 to SMG#27 for approval. The two CRs
establishing the new version of GSM 02.17 in Tdoc SMG P-98-672 were approved by SMG#27: CR 02.17-A001
(Release 96) and the corresponding Release 98 CR 02.17-A003.
6.9.3
New specifications
GSM 02.19, Subscriber Identity Module Application Programming Interface (SIM API); Service description; Stage 1,
version 2.0.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-674 was approved by SMG#27 for Release 98.
6.9.4
Work items
Interworking with non-GSM applications: SMG#27 confirmed the deletion of the work item Interworking with nonGSM applications.
6.9.5
SMG9 areas outside GSM and UMTS
CR A001 rev 1 to EG 201 220 version 1.2.1 in Tdoc P-98-673 was approved by SMG#27. Background:
SMG9 has recently become responsible for the documents previously in the control of TC ICC. ETSI Guide EG 201 220,
ETSI numbering system for telecommunication application providers (AID), is one such document. (For the complete
list, see the status list of SMG specifications.) The change request contained in Tdoc P-98-673 was elaborated as a result
of work being done on GSM 02.19, the SIM API. The implementation of the SIM API requires that an application residing
on the smart card is referenced by the operating system by an Application Identifier (AID). This change allows card
applications to be administered by the card issuer, using a generic PIX structure6, without the necessity for a plethora of
applications for AIDs to the ETSI Secretariat.
6.9.6
Other issues
Application identifiers: SMG#27 endorsed the SMG9 application for two application identifiers to be allocated by ETSI
(see request in annex A of Tdoc SMG P-98-668; cf. also section 6.9.5).
Error handling for SIM toolkit: A potential problem of missing error handling for SIM toolkit procedures was raised at
SMG#27, e.g., when a PLMN change occurs.
SMG9 working party on SMG9 Generics: SMG#27 noted that a new SMG9 working party called "SMG9 Generics"
had been formed at the last SMG9 plenary. The chairman is Rune Lindholm from Nokia.
6.10
SMG10
The GSM relevant parts of the SMG10 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-531 were presented by the SMG10
Chairman, Mike Walker. The SMG10 status report was approved by SMG#27.
6.10.1
General
Since SMG#26, SMG10 had one plenary and several working party/ad-hoc meetings.
6 AID consists of a Registered application provider IDentifier (RID) and a Proprietary application Identifier eXtension (PIX).
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 30 98/11/23
6.10.2
Change requests
All change requests presented by SMG10 to SMG#27 were approved by SMG#27:
• CR 02.33-A002r2 on Lawful Interception - Location Dependent Interception in
Tdoc SMG P-98-532;
• CR 02.33-A003r2 on Lawful Interception - Security in Tdoc SMG P-98-532.
6.10.3
New specifications
• GSM 03.33, Lawful Interception stage 2, version 1.0.0 (R98), in
Tdoc SMG -98-533 was presented to SMG#27 for information (rapporteur: David
Miles, Cellnet).
• GSM 03.35, Immediate Service Termination (IST); Stage 2, version 2.0.0 (R98),
in Tdoc SMG P-98-534, was approved by SMG#27. SMG12 should review the
specification for architectural issues.
6.10.4
Work items/areas
6.10.4.1 Work items
ASCI security: After studying of an input document on ASCI (Advanced Speech Call Items) SMG10 had concluded:
• With suitable internal security and procedures, a network operator has a minimal
risk of fraud with eMLPP. If the network postpones the authentication for fast
call set-up, rather than not performing it, there seems to be no risk. The subscriber
to eMLPP can be made responsible for any fraud conducted in return for the
privilege of fast call set-up. The subscriber should accept the risk of
eavesdropping on the unciphered link and the possibility of masquerade with
intent to misinform.
• VGCS and VBS can only be used within defined areas. The motivation for call
originated fraud by an outsider therefore seems low. Again, there is a risk of
eavesdropping and masquerade, which subscribers should be aware of and have
accepted as a risk.
• eMLPP, VGCS and VBS do not represent sources of technical fraud. With careful
management, they do not represent a risk to network operators. Their users should
be made aware of the small risks of eavesdropping and masquerade.
• The task of making users aware of the risks, and of implementing good operator
control of the services, is the responsibility of operators offering the service. The
sending of a liaison to MoU SG regarding the risks with the ASCI services is
therefore recommended.
For a Liaison Statement to GSM MoU Security Group, see section 6.10.5.
Fraud Information Gathering System(FIGS): The rating information in FIGS was removed. It was agreed with SMG3WPC that no stage 3 for FIGS is required. Stage 2 contains the requirements for implementation of FIGS by CAMEL.
FIGS level 1 gives a possibility for implementing FIGS without CAMEL, but this principle is not worked out in detail.
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) - Security issues: SMG10 has checked CR GSM 04.64-A023 in
Tdoc SMG P-98-422 (which had been approved by SMG#26). SMG10 concluded that there is no major security impact;
that, however, a default value of Input Offset Value (IOV) should only be used once per authentication. SMG10 requested
that CRs to GSM 04.64/Annex A first to be checked by SMG10 before SMG approval.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 31 98/11/23
GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS): SMG10 considered several open issues and agreed on some principles.
Two issues need to be checked with SMG12:
• Should the Fixed Part (FP) systematically pass information to the network at
initialisation?
• What kind of mechanism should be introduced to prevent non type approved FPs?
Main concerns are the misuse of the spectrum and the commercial abuse. This has to be solved by the requirements in
Annex E/GSM 03.20.
For a Liaison Statement sent by SMG10 to SAGE on the use of public key for CTS, see section 6.10.5.
As requested by SMG1, stage 1 of CTS was checked. The result of this review has been forwarded to SMG1.
Immediate Service Termination (IST): The non-CAMEL IST proposal from Alcatel was agreed in SMG10 without
much support. SMG3 was informed on this decision. See section 6.3.4.
No modifications were made to the stage 2 description of IST (GSM 03.35), which was approved by SMG#27, see
section 6.10.3.
Lawful Interception (LI): CR 02.33-A002r2, introducing Location Dependent Interception as a new feature into stage 1,
has been approved by SMG#27, see section 6.10.2. Stage 2 will have to be amended correspondingly.
Location Services (LCS): SMG10 had checked a liaison statement from SMG4 to T1P1 and had informed T1P1 and
SMG4 about the SMG10 point of view: The frequency of information updating has impact on the signalling load. If the
service is to be supported for a roaming subscriber then this would require changes for MAP signalling. It must be a
subscribed service, where the customer subscribes and has given permission for his location information to be given to
network or service provider. That information would only be collected for those subscribers that gave permission. There
may be problems for roaming customers in giving this permission. It was considered acceptable that subscribing could
take place as a supplementary service.
Mobile Station Execution Environment (MExE): The security related sections of stage 2 were checked. It was
recommended again that the work on MExE security should be moved to SMG10. In particular, SMG10 think that the
IMEI, classmark, authentication, etc. should not be possible to be changed. SMG4 delegates are invited to SMG10-WPA
meetings on MExE.
Discussion at SMG#27: Mike Walker commented that SMG10 might not be able to finalise their work on MExE until
SMG#28.
The SMG4 Chairman, Kevin Holley, emphasised that if companies want MExE completed in time, they should provide
enough support for SMG10.
SMG#27 confirmed that SMG10 should complete their work on MExE.
Support of Localized Service Area (SoLSA): SMG10 had identified that the SoLSA related user data is not secure and
that some applications of the SIM Application Toolkit might be insecure. SMG1 and SMG12 have been informed.
6.10.4.2 Other work areas
A3 (authentication algorithm): Press statements have been issues by GSM MoU related to security issues. It is advised
by the MoU that algorithm A3 should be an own development of each operator. A new example algorithm (COMP 128/2)
will be made available soon by the GSM MoU Association. Distribution will be performed by the GSM MoU secretariat.
A5 (ciphering algorithm): SMG10 is studying proposals to further improve the handling the ciphering security, including
usage of longer keys (where also support by SIM-ME interface has to be checked). Tetra, for example, is using an
encryption key with a length of 80 bit.
Automatic calls: Several documents were studied and an answer was sent to SMG9.
SS7 security: SMG10 has identified major security risks with SS7. A collection was made of all detected problems. The
study needs to be carried out by SMG10 with assistance from SMG3.
Clarifications at SMG#27: Peter van der Arend clarified that SPS had already been informed about the problem.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 32 98/11/23
Decision of SMG#27: SMG confirmed that SMG10 should continue work on SS7 security.
See also section 6.10.5 on a Liaison statement to SMG#27 on this issue.
6.10.5
Liaison statements
SMG#27 endorsed the Proposed LS to MoU-SG on ASCI fraud issues in Annex A of Tdoc SMG P-98-531.
SMG noted a LS to TMN5 & Network Management Forum Mobile Team on Introduction of Roaming and Fraud
Management to the TelOpsMap in Annex B of Tdoc SMG P-98-531, presented by SMG10 to SMG#27 for information.
SMG noted a LS to ETSI SAGE on CTS in Annex C of Tdoc SMG P-98-531 to SMG#27 for information. It concerns the
use of public key for CTS, presented by SMG10 to SMG#27 for information.
Concerning the LS to SMG#27 on SS7 network security in Annex D of Tdoc SMG P-98-531, see section 6.10.4.
6.11
SMG11
The GSM relevant parts of the SMG11 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-700 were presented by the SMG11
Chairman, Kari Järvinen. The SMG11 status report was approved by SMG#27.
The following scheduled meetings need to find a Host:
Plenary:
SMG11#9
11th –15th January, 1999
Host required
SMG11#10
3rd –7th May, 1999
Host required
Companies willing to host a meeting should contact Paolo Usai (e-mail: paolo.usai@etsi.fr, fax: + 33 4 93 65 28 17).
6.11.1
General
Since SMG#26, SMG11 has held one plenary meeting, one extraordinary plenary meeting (with agenda limited to AMR
matters), and ad hoc group meetings on Adaptive Multi Rate codec (AMR), Speech Quality (SQ) and Tandem Free
Operation (TFO) matters.
6.11.2
Change requests
Two CRs to GSM 03.50 Phase 2 and 2+ (correction of reference) in Tdoc SMG P-98-704 were approved by SMG#27.
6.11.3
New specifications
GSM 04.53, Inband Tandem Free Operation (TFO) of Speech Codecs; Service Description; Stage 3, v. 1.6.0 in
Tdoc SMG P-98-703 was presented by William Navarro to SMG#27 for information.
GSM 10.70, AMR Project scheduling and open issues, v. 0.0.1, in Tdoc SMG P-98-701 was presented to SMG#27 by
Kari Järvinen. See section 6.11.9.
6.11.4
Presentation of AMR Selection Phase Results.
The AMR Selection Phase has been completed on schedule. Substantial performance improvements have been
demonstrated. All five candidates on the short list from the Qualification Phase had submitted their codec for selection
tests. Following the completion of the subjective tests, one candidate decided to withdraw. All remaining four candidates
provided the required deliverables and two of them passed the Selection Rules.
Kari Järvinen presented in detail the AMR Selection Phase results given in Tdoc SMG P-98-562 (slides in
Tdoc SMG P-98-731).
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 33 98/11/23
SMG11 agreed to recommend the adoption of the ENS1 codec proposed by Ericsson, Nokia and Siemens, subject to two
conditions being met:
1) that appropriate resources are allocated by (but not limited to) ENS1 proponents
to complete the AMR specifications in time for Release 98;
2) that a “reasonable” proportion of GSM BSS manufacturers indicate that the ENS1
codec can be implemented on their existing, HR compatible BTS hardware.
Discussion in SMG#27:
• Several comments on implementability aspects were made.
• A question was raised on condition 2), i.e. whether this issue (regarding different
versions of existing BTSs) was considered with the necessary importance.
• Another view was that condition 2) was useless because as it would be met by
major manufacturers by all means.
• Others stated that information concerning condition 2), was needed by operators.
• Alain Ohana stated that the same condition 2) about the implementability was
valid as well for the other candidate ABCFNR.
• Others felt the requirement of condition 2) strange and inappropriate as involving
commercial issues, and not to be a matter for SMG11.
• It was clarified that this condition is related to complexity requirements and
contained in Tdoc SMG P-98-562.
6.11.5
AMR Implementability aspects
• Tdoc SMG P-98-592, Ericssons comments on AMR, source: Ericsson, and
Tdoc SMG P-98-596, AMR Implementability and Commitment to Further Work,
source: Siemens, claimed both conditions 1) and 2) to be met by Ericsson and
Siemens.
• Tdoc SMG P-98-591, Commitment for finalizing AMR specifications, source:
Nokia, contains the commitment from Nokia to raise resources for condition 1)
but no commitment for condition 2) on implementability aspects. On condition 2),
Nokia commented at SMG#27 that a number of different BTS exist in the market;
and that Nokia felt the implementability aspects as not to be problematic for most
manufacturers.
Discussion in SMG#27:
• Niels Peter Skov Andersen felt commitments from ENS1 for condition 1)
appreciable, but nevertheless he felt difficult or at least not straightforward all
AMR specifications to be ready in time for Release 98. The concern was shared
by other delegates.
• The SMG Chairman reminded that three companies had already committed on
conditions set by SMG11 for the approval of the proposed ENS1 codec and
proposed to conclude that complexity constraints were met by AMR ENS1.
• Others expressed the worry that the two conditions set by SMG11 might not be
satisfied in practice.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 34 98/11/23
6.11.6
IPR matters on AMR
Commitments to comply with the ETSI IPR policy had been given to ETSI from the candidates. The ETSI Legal Adviser,
Stéphane Tronchon, confirmed at SMG#27 that the three ENS1 proponents have declared to be ready to grant licences.
6.11.7
Other aspects of AMR Selection phase evaluation.
Tdoc SMG P-98-575 was presented by Wang Zhiqin; the document stated that AMR candidate ENS1 did not show
problems for the Chinese language and was the best in their evaluation.
The latter conclusion was not shared by William Navarro, but was felt in line with all the other results by Alain Ohana.
The subject was left to be dealt with off-line.
Tdoc SMG P-98-590 was presented by Su Huan-yu (Rockwell), raising the doubt that the ENS1 candidate in Half rate
channel (in adverse noisy conditions) would perform even worse that the current Half Rate codec; the conclusions in this
document were derived by an indirect comparison of the present round of AMR subjective results and results on GSM HR
contained in GSM 06.85.
It was reported that SMG11 felt the performance of AMR proposal in HR better than the current GSM HR codec and felt
the conclusions from the Rockwell document not applicable, since the comparison given therein was not feasible due to
different contexts.
Phil Gaskell reminded the text in the report from SMG11 stating that the AMR exercise represented the best ‘state of the
art’ codec contest, and asked to include HR tests in the set of characterisation tests.
William Navarro pointed out that nevertheless the results in HR were lower than expected.
Decision of SMG#27: The Selection Phase of testing performed by the subjective testing (for the listening and the
processing laboratories) was unanimously approved (no abstention, no objection).
6.11.8
AMR Selection.
Alain Ohana presented Tdoc SMG P-98-589 (North America GSM Alliance) and asked to select the ENS1
proposal as the AMR standard codec.
Niels Peter Skov Andersen commented that in adverse conditions there will be no advantage in capacity since
handover to the FR channel would be needed, and asked how this handover should be dealt with.
Alain Ohana stated that how the BSC and/or the handset would measure the channel quality might not be
standardised but that in any case the control would be kept in the network, and that the in-band signalling was an
integral part of the AMR standard.
SMG#27 decision: ENS1 was unanimously selected as the AMR standard codec (no abstention, no objection).
6.11.9
6.11.9.1
AMR Project scheduling and open issues
Optimisation phase
AMR Project plan: Tdoc SMG P-98-701, GSM 10.70, AMR Project scheduling and open issues, V0.0.1, was presented
to SMG#27 by Kari Järvinen (cf. section 6.11.3).
Tdoc SMG P-98-578, Optimisation of the AMR codec, source: France Télécom and Cegetel, was presented by Rémi
Thomas, asking for an optimisation phase of the AMR codec to be conducted. He stressed the importance of the link
adaptation part of the specifications (studied by SMG2) and stated that the costs of implementing AMR would fully justify
a period of time dedicated to an optimisation phase. He reminded also that the second codec in ranking ABCFNR
performed better than the winner ENS1 in noisy and adverse conditions.
David Cooper presented Tdoc SMG P-98-617, Benefits of AMR Codec Optimisation Phase, source: NEC Technologies
(UK) Ltd. This paper proposes an optimisation phase with at least the objective of identifying the optimum number of
modes for use with GSM, including the removal of unnecessary modes and a re-characterisation of the performance of the
resulting optimised codec.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 35 98/11/23
It was commented that SMG11 could fulfil the goals of Tdoc SMG P-98-617 within their time schedules.
William Navarro presented Tdoc SMG P-98-593, Completion of the AMR standard, source: Nortel, proposing an
optimisation phase to be carried out until January 1999, which would lead to approve the final version by SMG Plenary
No. 29 (still being considered as part of the Release 98).
Phil Gaskell presented verbally Tdoc SMG Tdoc P-98-597, Selection of the AMR codec, source: BT, Cellnet, CSELT,
E-Plus, Ericsson, Finnet Group, GSM North America, Italtel, Mannesmann Mobilfunk, Marconi, Motorola, Nokia,
Omnitel Pronto Italia, One2One, Siemens, Smartone, Telia, Telital, TIM. He argued prolonging the optimisation phase as
not appropriate, due to the short time frame available (anyway, he agreed on the 6 weeks optimisation phase foreseen by
SMG11).
Pietro Porzio Giusto supported this intervention and stressed the importance of development on schedule.
At this point in time, the SMG Chairman asked for a show of hands in favour of the two alternatives. Result:
• Support of a “complete” optimisation phase: 13
• Support of an optimisation phase of maximally 6 weeks as proposed by SMG11:
27.
Availability of C source code: Erik Ekudden, Ericsson, stated that for verification purposes, the actual C code will be
provided to the AMR verification group at their next meeting in October under an NDA agreement.
Decision of SMG#27: With this clarification, SMG#27 agreed that the optimisation phase should be planned as proposed
by SMG11.
6.11.9.2
Other issues
Simon Pike drew the attention to two aspects of the ENS1 codec which had not been mentioned in previous discussions:
• The ENS1 codec proposal includes modes for which the performance had not
been presented.
• It appeared that one of these modes had no channel coding defined for GSM.
He proposed that modes within ENS1 should not be included in the AMR standards until some evaluation of their
performance had been done and they could be implemented in the GSM system (e.g., the channel coding is defined).
The SMG11 Chairman clarified that these modes could of course be used for some scenario reasons in the real world and
be better characterised in the future characterisation phase of testing, already foreseen by SMG11.
Simon Pike pointed out that the completion of the AMR standards would require work in other STCs (especially channel
coding and TRAU frames, in SMG2). Gunnar Sandegren asked the issue to be debated in SMG11 if not done yet. Simon
Pike replied that he believed that these matters were appropriate for discussion in SMG Plenary; the completion of AMR
required co-ordination between STCs, and the choice of codec modes to be included was not a purely technical matter
(especially if there is no channel coding for GSM). Phil Gaskell commented that such issues were already dealt with in
SMG11, and that remaining open issues will be dealt with as well.
It was commented that
• impacts on GSM 11.10, GSM 11.21 and GSM 11.24 are missing
• the time plan is very optimistic
Simon Pike presented Tdoc SMG P-98-612, Testability of AMR in the BSS, source: SMG8 Chairman, and a
corresponding Liaison Statement from SMG to SMG2 (cc. SMG8, SMG11) on Testability of AMR in the BSS in
Tdoc SMG P-98-642.
Decisions of SMG#27:
• SMG#27 approved the Liaison Statement in Tdoc SMG P-98-642.
• SMG#27 confirmed AMR in Release 98, even if it should turn out that some parts
need to be completed after SMG#28.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 36 98/11/23
6.11.10 Work items except AMR
• Tandem Free Operation of speech codecs in Mobile-to-Mobile Calls
(MMCs): See 6.11.9 for GSM 04.53, Inband Tandem Free Operation (TFO) of
Speech Codecs; Service Description; Stage 3, v. 1.6.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-703.
• Test methods for handset and headset mobile station: SMG#27 approved to
delete this work item.
6.12
SMG12
The GSM relevant parts of the SMG12 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-734 were presented by the SMG12
Chairman, François Courau. The SMG12 status report was approved by SMG#27.
6.12.1
General
SMG12 had held three meetings since SMG#27. It does not convene subgroup meetings. Participants (around 85) include
delegates from Japan and USA. Progress had been made on all subjects, GSM as well as UMTS. Need for joint sessions
with other STCs has been seen, one joint meeting had already been organised with SMG2 UMTS ARC.
Teuvo Järvelä from Nokia is co-chairing SMG12. The co-chairing, with a 50-50 work split between the two chairmen, as
described in P-98-784, was approved by SMG#27.
6.12.2
Change requests
All change requests presented by SMG12 to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-752 (GPRS) and Tdoc SMG P-98-753 (GPRS)
were approved by SMG#27.
The following Change Requests to GSM 03.03 in document P-98-730 have been withdrawn:
03.03
A009
3
R96
5.1.0
Definition of SSN for MAP signalling to the gsmSCF
F
98S874
CAMEL 1
03.03
A011
1
R97
6.0.0
Definition of SSN for MAP signalling to the gsmSCF
A
98S874
CAMEL 2
03.03
A010
3
R97
6.0.0
Definition of national SSNs for GPRS
F
98S874
GPRS
6.12.3
New specifications
The following specifications were presented by SMG12 to SMG#27 for information (both Release 98):
• GSM 03.73, Support of Localised Service Area (SoLSA); Stage 2, version 1.0.0,
in Tdoc SMG P-98-756;
• GSM 03.56, GSM Cordless Telephony System (CTS), Phase 1; CTS Architecture
Description; Stage 2, version 1.0.0, in Tdoc SMG P-98-757.
SMG#27 approved GSM 10.56, Project scheduling and open issues: GSM Cordless Telephony System CTS, Phase 1,
version 2.0.2 (Release 98), in Tdoc SMG P-98-586, which was presented by Michel Galligo (Alcatel).
6.12.4
Work items
GSM Mobile Number Portability (EURO) MNP: SMG12 drafted a report on advantages and drawbacks of the current
solutions; it has been forwarded to SMG3 for comments and is planned for presentation at SMG#28.
An architecture providing a single long term solution has not been identified so far. It was felt necessary to wait for
results of the specifications by SMG3 of the current proposals. The current version of the report is forwarded for
enhancement to SMG3.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 37 98/11/23
6.12.5
Other issues
Sub-System Numbers: SSN allocation for entities inside the GSM networks has been elaborated, see
Tdoc SMG P-98-737. SMG#27 endorsed the proposal that MoU shall handle this documentation in the long term to ensure
that no contradicting allocation is done outside of Europe. This will have to be also indicated to SPS1.
SMG#27 approved Tdoc SMG P-98-602, a Liaison Statement to GSM MoU on SSN with the proposal described above.
Fred Hillebrand will discuss the proposal at the next GSM MoU plenary.
6.13
GSM Program Management
6.13.1
Phase 2+ Work item list and Phase 2+ Roadmap
Updated versions of Phase 2+ Work item list and Phase 2+ Roadmap are available on the ETSI server under techorg/smg/document/smg/Databases/work_items.
6.13.2
GSM Work Items
GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS): Michel Galligo (Alcatel) presented GSM 10.56, Project scheduling and
open issues: GSM Cordless Telephony System CTS, Phase 1, version 2.0.2, in Tdoc SMG P-98-586. It was approved by
SMG#27.
David Barnes, Chairman of the GSM Type Approval Advisory Board (GTAAB), informed SMG#27 that the TBR module
on CTS FP had not yet been accepted ACTE, because they feared that CTS had no support in SMG.
Later in the meeting, SMG#27 approved a Liaison Statement to TRAC on CTS (“work goes on”) in Tdoc SMG P-98-610.
7
UMTS matters
7.1
SMG1
The UMTS relevant part of the SMG1 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-547 was presented by Alan Cox.
SMG#27 approved the SMG1 status report to SMG#27, see also section 6.1.
SMG1 has made useful progress on a number of key UMTS issues, especially in specifying the contents of the first phase
of UMTS.
7.1.1
Change requests
• CR UMTS 22.01A-A007 in Tdoc SMG P-98-551 was approved by SMG#27. It
removes the Role Model in order to improve clarity. Both concepts of Service
Provider and Network Operator are replaced by Home Environment and Serving
Network respectively. A Home Environment is responsible for enabling a user to
obtain UMTS services in a consistent manner regardless of the user’s location or
terminal used (within the limitations of the serving network and current terminal)
while a Serving Network provides the user with access to the services of home
environment.
• CR UMTS 22.01-A008 on network selection in Tdoc SMG P-98-552 was
postponed by SMG#27. SMG1 and SMG12 should further work on this CR.
Amongst the comments given in SMG#27:
∗ In GSM, it has been seen as important to make the possibility of manual network selection
mandatory in the mobile station.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 38 98/11/23
∗ Comments on the download of automatic selection procedure to the USIM were presented in
Tdoc SMG P-98-604 by Teuvo Järvelä.
∗ The removal of the role model should be reflected in the CR.
• CR UMTS 22.01A-A009 in Tdoc SMG P-98-553 on removal of references to IN
and B-ISDN was approved by SMG#27.
• CR UMTS 22.01A-A010 in Tdoc SMG P-98-682 on multiple user profiles was
approved by SMG#27. It improves the clarity of service requirements for multiple
user profiles.
• CR UMTS 22.07A-A001 in Tdoc SMG P-98-554 introduces clarifications into this
report on security aspects relating to USIM & Payment methods. It was approved
by SMG#27.
7.1.2
New Specifications
UMTS 22.00, UMTS Phase 1, V1.0.0, in Tdoc SMG P-98-555 was presented to SMG#27 for information. See section
7.1.3.
UMTS 22.75, Service aspects; Advanced Addressing, V2.3.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-558 was approved by SMG#27.
UMTS 22.71, Service aspects; Automatic Establishment of Roaming Relationships, version 3.0.1: SMG#27 approved
that this is a Report, not a TS as incorrectly shown on the previously approved version; see Tdoc SMG P-98-559.
7.1.3
UMTS Phase 1
SMG1 examined the inter-dependence between the GSM 02 series and the UMTS 22 series, avoiding duplication in the
specifications between GSM and UMTS while ensuring a consistent approach to separate or combined GSM and UMTS
networks. SMG1 presented UMTS 22.00 V1.0.0 to SMG#27 for information, see also section 7.1.2. This lists the service
requirements for the initial phase of UMTS and is a top level document containing references to the 02 and 22 series as
appropriate. It was also proposed that 22 series documents may refer to the 02 series where necessary. This was to be
studied by WOME, see section 5.6. An updated list of UMTS Work Items is attached to the specification.
The content of UMTS 22.00 was regarded by SMG1 important to give clear service requirements to other STCs for
UMTS phase 1.
Comments in SMG#27:
It was explained to SMG#27 that an annex on UMTS Bearer Services, of earlier versions of the document had been
removed by SMG1 because it was felt not to be of a high enough level to be included into UMTS 22.00. SMG1 will
investigate inclusion of the annex in another specification.
Comments from SMG4 given to SMG#27: Kevin Holley reported that SMG4 saw problems when Fax T30 is not
supported in UMTS. Further comments are contained in a liaison statement to SMG1 presented at SMG#27 as
Tdoc SMG P-98-615.
There are also some comments from SERG in Tdoc SMG P-98-774 on Transcoders and TFO in UMTS, Cross Phase
compatibility in UMTS, Core network aspects and mobility management.
SMG2 had seen the document, and welcomed it. SMG2 sent detailed comments in a liaison statement to SMG1. SMG2
expressed the wish to have at least the spirit of an agreement of UMTS phase 1 scope, so that SMG2 is sure to fulfil the
requirements.
Further comments at SMG#27:
• Some concerns on the time plan in annex A were expressed.
• In section 5, packet data services are missing.
• It was clarified that SMG1 work is strongly based on the work of delegates
knowing the business interests of their companies.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 39 98/11/23
• Comment that some descriptions in the document are too much implementation
oriented.
• At the ETSI General Assembly, the term “initial phase of UMTS” has been
introduced, and it has consciously been avoided to use UMTS phase 1 in order to
avoid confusion with the term “UMTS phase 1” in SMG.
Decision of SMG#27: The basic lines and main direction of UMTS 22.00 are approved in principle. The document
should be commented in the STCs further and present an updated version to SMG#28 for approval.
7.1.4
Work items
7.1.4.1 UMTS Phase 1 Work Items resulting from UMTS 22.00
UMTS Phase 1 Work Items had been updated by SMG1 in Tdoc SMG P-98-681 to reflect the contents of UMTS 22.00;
the Work Items under primary responsibility of SMG1 were presented to SMG#27 for approval, while the others were
presented to SMG#27 for information.
Comments of SMG#27:
• Instead of the terms “WCDMA” and “TD-CDMA”, “FDD” and “TDD” should
be used.
• François Courau indicated further work items, e.g. in the scope of SMG12.
Decisions of SMG#27:
1. SMG#27 approved the work items under SMG1 prime responsibility and their
WIDs in Tdoc SMG P-98-681:
WORK ITEM
Rel Rapporteur
Virtual Home Environment
99
UMTS Numbering, Addressing 99
and Identities
UMTS Charging & Billing
99
Supporting
Companies
E.Postmann Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
S.Kleier
Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
D.Chambers Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
Prime resp. Secondary Comments
STC
resp. STC
SMG1
SMG12,
SMG4,
SMG9,
SMG3
SMG1
SMG3
This WI may involve
other ETSI TCs and
external bodies.
SMG1
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 40 98/11/23
SMG6
2. SMG#27 asked the STCs indicated as prime responsible to consider the other
work items in Tdoc SMG P-98-681:
WORK ITEM
Rel Rapporteur
UMTS Bearer Service
Negotiation & Teleservice
99
UTRAN Bearer Capabilities
99
UTRAN & GSM BSS
Relationship
99
UMTS Mobility Management
99
MAP over TCP/UDP/IP
99
Virtual Home Environment
99
UMTS Service Management
99
UMTS Access Security
99
UMTS Internetwork Security
99
UMTS Numbering, Addressing 99
and Identities
UMTS Charging & Billing
99
QoS support in GPRS for
UMTS Phase 1
99
E.Postmann
Supporting
Companies
Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
Motorola
Prime resp.
STC
SMG3,
SMG4
Secondary Comments
resp. STC
SMG1,
SMG12
SMG2
SMG1
SMG2
SMG1
SMG12
SMG1,
SMG3
SMG3
Motorola, FT,
SMG1
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
Motorola, FT,
SMG6
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
Motorola, FT,
SMG10
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
SMG10 to decide
whether improved
security is needed
between networks
for UMTS phase 1.
S.Kleier
Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
D.Chambers Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu, Lucent
Motorola, FT,
Ericsson, MMO,
Siemens, T-Mobil,
Fujitsu
To be addressed by
GPRS experts
SMG12,
SMG4,
SMG9,
SMG3
SMG12,
SMG1
SMG1,
SMG3
SMG10
SMG1,
SMG3
SMG1
SMG3
SMG1
SMG6
SMG12
SMG1,
SMG4
SMG10 will complete
this WI if access in
UMTS phase 1
requires improved
security.
SMG10 will draft this
WI if it is needed.
This WI may involve
other ETSI TCs and
external bodies.
7.1.4.2 Further work items
SMS Cell Broadcast Service: Armin Toepfer presented Tdoc SMG P-98-772, UMTS Phase 1: Support of SMS Cell
Broadcast Service, source: Mannesmann Mobilfunk, proposing to add SMS Cell Broadcast to the UMTS phase 1
services.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 41 98/11/23
Comments in SMG#27: Information on capacity etc. is essential for the work on stage 2 and 3.
Decision of SMG#27: The document should be further processed in SMG1.
Service Continuity and Provision of VHE via GSM/UMTS: SMG1 is drafting a Stage 1 specification on Virtual Home
Environment, to be contained in UMTS 22.20.
UMTS 22.70, Virtual Home Environment, approved at SMG#25, the Report on VHE, is not being progressed at this
stage.
Clarifications in SMG#27: It was clarified that there is a good co-ordination with other ETSI activities on VHE (task
force on VHE installed by OCG).
Multi-Media: A first joint meeting on multi-media between SMG1, SMG4 and SMG12 had been held. At this meeting
there have been essentially 3 schools of thought:
• Companies in favour of standardising ITU H.323 multimedia solution, designed to
operate in a packet switched environment, e.g. Motorola, Bosch, … It was also
noted that TIPHON supports this solution.
• Companies in favour of standardising ITU H.324 multimedia solution, designed to
operate in a circuit switched environment, e.g. Siemens, …
• Companies against standardising a specific technology, but in favour of
standardising a set of generic bearers associated with a range of QoS parameters
in order to accommodate above standards in a flexible manner, hence having a
minimal impact on the network. Companies supporting this approach are Ericsson,
Nokia, Telia and Siemens, …
The joint meeting had defined work items on multimedia messaging and on real time multimedia.
SMG1 reported to SMG#27 that they would welcome guidance on whether to follow all three of the above approaches or
to select just one or two of these.
SMG#27 concluded later in the meeting that the approval of Work Items proposed by SMG4 (see section 7.4.1) gives
enough guidelines.
7.2
SMG2
The UMTS relevant parts of the SMG2 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-706 were presented by the SMG2
Chairman, Niels Peter Skov Andersen. The SMG2 status report was approved by SMG#27, cf. section 6.2.
7.2.1
General
Following the decision of SMG on the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA) summarised in
Tdoc SMG P-98-039 (SMG#24bis), SMG2 had continued the work on the refinement of the selected
concept. The SMG2 proposal of the radio access part of IMT-2000 was presented to SMG#26 in
Tdoc SMG P-98-391 and Tdoc SMG P-98-390 contained a list of IPRs updated until 22 May 1998 (for
information). SMG/ETSI had provided UTRA as a candidate for IMT-2000 to ITU by June 30, 1998.
7.2.2
Evaluation report to ITU-R
In the period after SMG#26, SMG2 had - as earlier mandated by SMG - elaborated the self-evaluation report of UTRA
required by ITU. This Self-evaluation report to ITU was sent to ITU by September 30 1998. Tdoc SMG P-98-714
contains information on how to access and obtain an electronic version of the evaluation report. The evaluation report
was also made available in electronic form during SMG#27 and will be on the SMG#27 CD ROM.
In addition to the contributions on evaluation of UTRA, SMG2 had received an evaluation report on IMT-2000 candidate
UWC-136 for commenting. SMG2 had noted that parts of the UWC-136 proposal are similar to techniques under study in
SMG2 and that the evaluation report for these parts seems reasonable. These observations had been forwarded to ITU
together with the evaluation report.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 42 98/11/23
7.2.3
UTRAN work plan
As earlier reported in order to provide the standard for the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN) part of
UMTS, SMG2 have decided that the work should consist of the following events and phases:
• A first phase is to elaborate technical descriptions and evaluate performance of
the final solutions of UTRAN. This phase is concluded with a detailed description
of UTRAN including the mobile station. This includes all radio protocols
terminated in UTRAN, the UTRAN internal protocols and the Iu interface as well
as descriptions of the functionality requirements of the network nodes and in the
terminal. It should be the goal to complete this phase ultimo 1998.
• A second phase would be to write the actual specifications/standards based on the
material elaborated in the first phase. It should be the goal to freeze the
specifications/standards ultimo 1999.
• The third phase is the iterative correction phase, where the specification/standard
is corrected based on the experience gained with the standard during development
and implementation of UMTS. This phase in principle never ends, but should
considered done ultimo 2001.
• The fourth part would be further development of UMTS towards the UMTS phase
2 to be introduced 2005. This work can be commenced primo 2002.
Clarifications/Comments at SMG#27:
• It was clarified that a delay is not visible in this SMG2 work plan.
• It was commented that a more detailed information on the UTRA groups in SMG2
should be given to SMG.
7.2.4
SMG2 UMTS groups
Work has continued in the four ad hoc groups (see Annex 8).
7.2.5
Specification structure
To get all UTRA descriptions finalised during 1998, a detailed work plan for the UMTS documentation in SMG2 had
been agreed. SMG2 had identified a number of documents for the description of UTRAN. Some of these documents are
expert group internal documents, and some will be SMG2 deliverables for end 1998 (“The UTRAN description”
documents). Below the identified documents are listed (with temporary document numbers). These descriptions will be
used as the basis for the specification work during 1999. It is the plan that before the specification work start, the
corresponding UTRA description should be under change request control. This implies that all descriptions must be
approved and put under change request control during 1998. When a document is put under change request control, the
changes are “per item” based.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 43 98/11/23
UMTS-L1 Document
XX.01
XX.02
XX.03
XX.04
XX.05
XX.06
XX.07
XX.08
XX.09
XX.10
XX.11
XX.12
XX.13
XX.14
XX.15
XX.16
XX.17
XX.18
XX.19
XX.20
XX.21
YY.01
Document title
UTRA layer 1 documentation plan
UTRA physical layer - general description*
UTRA FDD, Transport and physical channels description
UTRA FDD, multiplexing, channel coding and interleaving description
UTRA FDD, spreading and modulation description
UTRA FDD, Radio transmission and reception description
UTRA FDD, physical layer procedures description
UTRA FDD : additional features and option description
UTRA TDD : transport channels and physical channels description
UTRA TDD, multiplexing, channel coding and interleaving description
UTRA TDD, spreading and modulation description
UTRA TDD, Radio transmission and reception description*
UTRA TDD, Physical layer procedures description
UTRA TDD, additional features description*
UTRA handover
UTRA inter operability description
System scenarios
UMTS layer 1 documentation status and study items
UTRA Link level simulations results*
Collection of UTRA system level simulation results
UTRA MS capability*
Title
MS-UTRAN Radio Interface
Protocol Architecture
YY.02
Layer 1 : general requirements and
services
YY.03
Description of procedures in RRC
connected mode
Description of procedures in idle
mode
Description of RRC protocol
Description of RLC protocol
Description of MAC protocol
YY.04
YY.31
YY.22
YY.21
ZZ..11
ZZ.12
ZZ.13
Document
Work Plan, SMG2 UMTS-ARC
UTRAN Architecture Description
UTRAN Functions: Examples on
Signalling Procedures
Requirements Relevant for UTRAN
Architecture
Manifestations of Handover and
Streamlining
Description of Iu interface
Description of Iur interface
Description of Iub interface
7.2.6
Liaisons
ZZ.01
ZZ.02
Scope
This document contains :
1.
a layered view of the radio interface
1.
the services of each (sub-)layer, with service primitives
1.
the functions of each (sub-)layer and functions of corresponding
protocol
1.
the termination point of protocol entities
This document contains :
1.
services of the physical layer
1.
interfaces to the physical layer (primitives)
1.
description of transport channels
1.
performance requirements
This document contains the principles and procedures for the RRC connected
mode
This document contains the principles of the MS behaviour and procedures when
in idle mode.
See definition of « description document »
See definition of « description document »
See definition of « description document »
Editor
Chairman
Nortel / Jean-Marie Calmel
CSELT / Flavio Piolini
Ericsson / Björn Ehrstedt
BT / Richard Townend
Nokia / Atte Länsisalmi
Ericsson / Björn Ehrstedt
Lucent / Urs Bernhard
ERC TG1: ERC TG1 SMG2 has answered to a LS from ERC TG1, see section 5.1. In the mean time their meetings have
been opened for participation of SMG2 experts, and SMG2 delegates will participate so that an information transfer
(earlier via liaison Statements) has been improved.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 44 98/11/23
TC ERM: Simon Pike presented a draft Liaison Statement to TC ERM in Tdoc SMG P-98-611, System description of
UTRA, informing ERM about the progress of SMG work on UTRA. It was approved by SMG#27.
7.2.7
IMT-2000 RTT harmonisation and convergence
Tdoc SMG P-98-564, Recommendation for Pursuit of Convergence of Radio Access Standards within ETSI, source:
QUALCOMM Europe, was presented by Ron Foerster. The document recommends
(1)
to establish as a high priority and work toward convergence of the W-CDMA
and cdma2000 Radio Access standards;
(2)
to form a Convergence Working Group;
(3)
the new Convergence Work group to produce a report by the end of 1998
which summarises the open convergence issues, and contains a plan for their
resolution in early 1999.
This document argues, among others, SMG2 members to have shown too little interest and no results in harmonization of
IMT2000 RTTs.
Annex 1 reminds that Qualcomm previously proposed SMG to set up a convergence experts group in June of 1998.
Annex 2 is a letter from the CDMA Development Group to US Senator John McCain endorsing convergence of, and
detailing the benefits of, IMT2000 RTT harmonisation, specifically cdma2000 and W-CDMA.
Annex 3 is a summary of the Qualcomm IPR Position. It quotes the letter to ETSI, dated August 5, 1998, in which
QUALCOMM stated
• that it is "not prepared to grant irrevocable licenses under IPRs on terms and
conditions in accordance with Clause 6.1 of the ETSI Interim IPR Policy."
• that, however, QUALCOMM continues to work with ETSI and its members as
well as other bodies world-wide on convergence of cdma2000, proposed by
QUALCOMM and other members of the CDMA Development Group, and WCDMA.
• that QUALCOMM would not agree to license its IPR for the W-CDMA standard.
• that QUALCOMM would license its CDMA IPR on fair, reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms only for standards meeting a set of technical criteria based
on three fairness principles:
1. A single converged world-wide CDMA standard should be selected for 3G;
2. the converged CDMA standard must accommodate equally the two dominant network standards
in use today (IS-41 and GSM-MAP);
3. disputes on specific technological points should be resolved by selecting the proposal that either
is demonstrably superior in terms of performance, features, or cost, or, in the case of
alternatives with no demonstrable material difference, the choice that is most compatible with
existing technology.
Annex 4 lists QUALCOMM’s contributions to SMG2-L1 since May 1998 (13 documents).
In a two hour discussion on this subject, many members (including Peter Adams, British Telecom; Alan Cox, Vodafone;
Akio Sasaki, ARIB; Chris Friel, Cellnet; Alistair Urie, Alcatel; Simon Pike, Lucent; Linda Melvin, N. American Operator
Community; Paola Tonelli, AirTouch) strongly commented in favour of convergence, in particular to resolve outstanding
IPR issues.
Differing opinions on the appropriate forum for those discussions were expressed. The following were all suggested:
• ITU-R;
• a working group within SMG2;
• generally outside of ETSI, e.g., by arbitration from outside.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 45 98/11/23
Discussion at SMG#27: The SMG2 Chairman, Niels Peter Skov Andersen, pointed out that Qualcomm delegates had
accepted SMG2 conclusions and did not object them. Further views expressed in SMG#27:
• The importance of time schedules was stressed.
• It was reported that Qualcomm contributions were treated in the same way as all
other contributions, however Gunnar Sandegren commented that Qualcomm's IPR
blocking policy makes it very difficult to include contributions from Qualcomm in
the UMTS standards.
• Pressure with IPR for changing technical parameters was criticised.
• Joint Motorola and Nokia results (introduced in Tdoc SMG P-98-779) were
quoted concluding that for dual mode terminal implementations, complexity due
to two chip rates etc. to be insignificant, the real issue being the added complexity
and cost in RF due to different frequency allocations and bandwidths. Based on
the result Nokia and Motorola were also proposing new topics for harmonization,
that would have a greater impact to the terminal, than the issues discussed earlier
like chip rate etc..
• Peter Adams commented the correct place to achieve convergence between the
different W-CDMA systems for IMT-2000 to be in ITU-R TG 8/1.
• Akio Sasaki, ARIB, reported on the work of ARIB’s Coordination Groups (CG),
Ad Hoc CR and Ad Hoc S, towards harmonization of IMT2000 RTT’s. A report
summarizing ARIB and TR45.5 harmonization activities between cdma2000 and
W-CDMA, started in June 1997, was included. ARIB’s CG requests ETSI SMG,
TIA and TTA to facilitate coordination between each other to achieve a single
worldwide common (CDMA) standard including choice of the chip rate. See
Tdoc SMG P-98-641.
• The view was expressed SMG to have achieved already a high degree of
harmonisation.
• It was stated that SMG is not a proper forum for negotiation on IPR issues.
The SMG2 Chairman Niels Peter Skov Andersen commented that from the discussion of the contribution
(Tdoc SMG P-98-564) from Qualcomm, it is clear that SMG wants to continue harmonisation and convergence of RTTs.
However, as indicated by Qualcomm the handling of the harmonisation and convergence issues on an per technical item
basis, has shown not necessarily to be the optimum way forward.
On this background, the SMG2 Chairman proposed:
Proposal: Next SMG2 plenary (16 - 20 November 1998) will have a separate agenda item on harmonisation and
convergence, where an analysis of the whole field in a top down approach is done, noting that this as normally would be a
contribution driven process.
Ron Foerster agreed with this proposal with some caveats.
Caveats:
1. that sufficient time is allocated in the SMG2 meeting
2. SMG#27 to reconfirm the decisions of SMG#26 on the intention of convergence of the
proposed IMT 2000 CDMA standards.
3. To encourage ETSI members and other parties working in the field of IMT 2000
(including members of ARIB, TIA, TTA and T1) to participate in the discussion at that
meeting.
SMG#27 agreed with these caveats. The SMG2 Chairman commented that it would be possible to allocate sufficient time
at the next SMG2 plenary, as non urgent items may be postponed to the following SMG2 plenary in January if necessary.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 46 98/11/23
Rémi Thomas proposed that under these circumstances, Qualcomm should review their position on IPRs. Ron Foerster
stated that this has to be discussed in the company.
It was clarified that since some time by a formal agreement, participation in SMG2 meetings on IMT 2000 related issues
is open to TIA, ARIB, TTA, T1 delegates.
The SMG Chairman Fred Hillebrand commented that TIA delegates had been invited to and had participated in the last
SMG2 plenary.
7.2.8
Other issues
TDD mode: Fred Harrison presented Tdoc SMG P-98-765, The use of UTRA in TDD mode in the unpaired frequency
bands, source BT, emphasising the importance to support the elaboration of the TDD mode.
ITU-R Task Group 8/1 Activities: Pamela Davidsson presented Tdoc SMG P-98-777, Guidelines for a CEPT position
on the ITU-R TG 8/1 process for defining IMT-2000 recommendations, source (Swedish) National Post & Telecom
Agency.
Clarifications at SMG#27:
• It was explained that the document aimed at provision of guidelines for the
Telecom administrations and of European delegations for a common
understanding at the next TG8/1.
• The annexes of the document have not been approved by TG1, because they were
seen to be outside of the mandate of CEPT.
SMG#27 noted the document. Delegates can study the document and approach their national administrations for comments.
David McFarlane introduced Tdoc SMG P-98-729, IMT.KEY Contribution to ITU-R TG 8/1, source Nokia and UK,
proposing proposes a structure and text for a Draft New Recommendation on Key Characteristics for the IMT-2000
Radio Interfaces (IMT.RKEY).
The document advocates the family approach; concerning the technical details, it seems to be inline with the SMG2 work.
The document, presented for information to SMG#27, was noted. Delegates supporting the paper should contact their
representatives in TG8/1.
Stuart Cooke, the newly appointed ITU-R Co-ordinator for SMG (cf. section 5.4), presented a report on ITU-R activities,
see Tdoc SMG P-98-637.
He reported that the next meetings are critical because they will determine the direction of the ITU TG8/1 IMT-2000
radio interface development process. Participation will be important to ensure that UTRA, as submitted and further
refined by SMG2, is recognised as an IMT-2000 RTT. It was suggested that a large and active participation of SMG
members is required. These meetings are as follows:
• 4-6 November 1998, London: ITU-R TG8/1 Working Group 5 - Development of
the IMT-2000 Radio Interface(s);
• 9-20 November 1998, Jersey: ITU-R TG8/1. An IMT-2000 Workshop will be held
on the 10-11 Nov in Jersey.
• 1-12 March 1999, Brazil: ITU-R TG8/1
• It was reported 15 Technologies have been submitted, 10 of which are terrestrial.
It is an objective of TG8/1 and WG5 to encourage the reduction of the number of
technologies through consensus. It was anticipated that the family concept will be
developed further.
• A close dialogue and common understanding with the European national
delegations is important and SMG and its members should encourage the
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 47 98/11/23
European delegations to develop a common understanding in promoting UTRA as
an IMT-2000 SRTT (or RTT).
SMG#27 noted Tdoc SMG P-98-777 and Tdoc SMG P-98-729 and encouraged members to examine these documents and
let their views be known to their respective national administrations.
Global 3rd generation terminal: Teuvo Järvelä presented Tdoc SMG P-98-779, On the implementation of a global 3rd
generation terminal, source: Motorola and Nokia. It was noted by SMG#27. The paper argues, for dual mode terminal
implementations, complexity due to two chip rates etc. to be insignificant, the real issue being the added complexity and
cost in RF due to different frequency allocations and bandwidths. This document is also proposing new topics for
harmonization, that would have a greater impact to the terminal, than the issues discussed earlier like chip rate etc. It was
noted, that the document had been introduced also at the previous SMG2 Plenary including the proposals for new
harmonization topics.
7.3
SMG3
The UMTS relevant parts of the SMG3 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-717 were presented by the SMG3
Chairman, Harald Dettner. The SMG3 status report was approved by SMG#27, cf. section 6.3.
SMG3 is reviewing UMTS specifications including UMTS 30.00, UMTS 30.01, UMTS 22.00, UMTS 23.01 General
UMTS Architecture, UMTS 23.10, UMTS 23.20, UMTS 23.30 and the draft specification on Description of Iu Interface.
Pre-paging in UMTS: This is a requirement by the Japanese TTC for the support of pre-paging in UMTS Phase 1. A
broad range of features was identified already on the meeting which would benefit from such a mechanism. SMG3 will
study the proposal.
Gateway Location Register in the UMTS core network: SMG12 had endorsed a proposal to include appropriate text
in UMTS 23.20. Contributions are required. NEC is planning a new WI description for SMG12. SMG1 and SMG3 were
requested to continue analysis of such a new entity between HLR and VLR or between HLR and SGSN.
Interaction between MExE and GSM/UMTS Networks: Exchange of capabilities between the terminal and the
network, in both direction, is needed to ensure a proper handling of interaction between the network and the terminal
services. It had been concluded that this information should be stored in the network. SMG3 will give guidance on this
storage. Another issue is the protocol to be used in the network for direct communication. This is an issue for the future
discussion on CAMEL Phase 3.
Organisation of UMTS work in SMG3: An SMG3 ad-hoc meeting on UMTS is planned on 18 to 20 November 1998 in
Helsinki, hosted by Nokia. The goal of this meeting is to get SMG3 more involved in UMTS. Issues for this meeting are
the TTC proposals, MExE, work split, protocol (GSM 04.08/GSM 09.02) evolution towards UMTS.
In summary, SMG3 is just starting its activities on UMTS. The SMG3 Chairman pointed out that SMG3 needs a stabilised
environment in terms of requirements (e.g. UMTS 22.00) and architecture (e.g. UMTS 23.20) to organise work on UMTS.
7.4
SMG4
The UMTS relevant parts of the SMG4 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-775 were presented by the SMG4
Chairman, Kevin Holley. The SMG4 status report was approved by SMG#27, cf. section 6.4.
7.4.1
General
SMG4 had started work on UMTS 21.04, Requirements for the support of data services in UMTS, which identifies some
of the work required in SMG4 for the support of data services. The report covers UMTS changes required for the support
of fax, store and forward fax, applet fax end to end, applet fax with interworking, data services (modem access, internet
protocol, services of internet protocol), SMS (GSM SMS, UMTS SMS base level, UMTS SMS advanced, SMS routing),
and Cell broadcast. The work on this document is currently on hold pending greater clarity in the detailed structure of
UMTS, although it is likely to be updated for SMG#28.
SMG4 have also prepared UMTS Work Items for approval at SMG#27, see section 7.4.2.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 48 98/11/23
7.4.2
New work items
The following work items in Tdoc SMG P-98-775 were approved by SMG#27:
• Support of non-realtime Multimedia Messaging Service
• Multimedia in UMTS
• Study on provision of facsimile services in GSM and UMTS
• Work Item Description for MExE Release 99
7.4.3
Standardising embedded applications in UTMS
Kevin Holley presented Tdoc SMG P-98-567, STANDARDISING EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS IN UMTS, Source:
SMG4 Chairman, to SMG#27. This document has not been seen by SMG4. Kevin Holley wrote it on suggestion of the
SMG-CG. The document addresses the philosophies to standardise
• “generic bearers” with the objective of avoiding limitations in upgrading the
UMTS network for future applications
• teleservices, including entities like codecs.
It argues that the GSM bearer services are in general under-used for many reasons, mostly to do with usability and
availability of applications.
The document invited SMG to examine the following two heterogeneous positions:
1.
The market for UMTS applications will start and grow without the need for standardised
applications. Different needs will be fulfilled by a variety of implementations. In the first few years
users will experience extreme difficulty with trying to communicate using an application which is
not supported on the other party’s terminal. Operators can provide downloadable applications but
to do this will require a much higher level of training for Customer Care operators than is the case
today. Eventually the market will settle on the most appropriate solutions.
2.
The market for UMTS applications is dependent on a common set of basic embedded applications
which provide something better than “standard” facilities on today’s mobiles, for example video
telephony, text telephony, email capability, fax capability. SMG needs to identify the appropriate
embedded applications and mandate support of particular standards (pre-existing or new standards)
in various classes of mobile.
Discussion in SMG#27:
• Some views in support of approach 2 were expressed.
• Development in TIPHON was quoted (where there is no standard codec).
• Armin Toepfer indicated interest of the GSM MoU.
• Another view was that activities as in approach 2 can be performed outside of
ETSI.
Based on further discussions in a side meeting of SMG#27, Kevin Holley proposed later in the meeting that
Tdoc SMG P-98-567 should be modified in accordance with the discussion in SMG#27; the revision in
Tdoc SMG P-98-791 will be sent out for agreement by correspondence.7 The document will suggest that a new email list
SMG_applications@list.etsi.fr is set up on the ETSI email reflector and that this will be used as a virtual meeting to agree
application related elements for inclusion in the standardisation process. Kevin Holley will co-ordinate the activity on the
list.
This proposal was approved by SMG#27.
7 After SMG#27, the revision of Tdoc SMG P-98-791 in Tdoc SMG P-98-793, taking into account all comments received, has been agreed by
correspondence by SMG.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 49 98/11/23
7.5
T1P1 matters on IMT 2000
T1P1 is working on WIMS W-CDMA (TIA TR46) and W-CDMA NA harmonization. Steven Hayes indicated that there
was not more to report.
7.6
SMG6
SMG6 are progressing their work, however nothing needs to be reported.
Tdoc SMG P-98-613, Importance of Standardising O&M in UMTS, source Vodafone, MMO, Cellnet, Telia, was
presented by Alan Cox. This paper asks SMG6 to start and complete their work on an open Iub interface.
SMG#27 decision: SMG#27 asked SMG6 to start work on the Iub interface and to prepare a work item description and a
work plan (including the necessary liaisons).
7.7
Reports from UMTS FORUM, 3 GIG, Progress report on
IPR issues
7.7.1
UMTS Forum
Alan Hadden, Programme Manager, stated that the UMTS Forum GA approved at its September 1998 meeting the release
of four new reports:
• Report #2, The Path towards UMTS: Technologies for the Information Society
• Report #3, The impact of Licence Cost levels on the UMTS business case
• Report #4, Consideration of Licensing Conditions for UMTS Network
Operations
• Report #5, Minimum Spectrum Demand per Public Terrestrial UMTS Operator
in the Initial Phase
Printed copies of these reports, as well as Report #1, A Regulatory Framework for UMTS (published June 1997) can be
obtained on application to the UMTS Forum secretariat.
With the release of these reports Fred Hillebrand noted that he believed that Administrations now have sufficient
information and material on which to base their licensing policies and actions.
With the completion of this phase of its work, the UMTS Forum has initiated a period of reflection about its future role
and tasks. A study group “Quo Vadis” has been established and has had its first meeting. First provisional indications are
that the future direction of the UMTS Forum could focus on three broad areas:
• Promotion of the UMTS Vision on a global basis
• Service Portability and Interoperability issues, in particular in support of VHE
• Building bridges to the ICT and Content Providers
Quo Vadis will deliver its report to UMTS Forum GA in early December.
7.7.2
3GIG
Armin Toepfer presented the 3rd. Generation Interest Group Report in Tdoc SMG P-98-771 on behalf of the 3GIG
Chairman, Neil Lilly.
Activities:
3GIG will present the following permanent documents to GSM MoU Plenary (next week) for approval:
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 50 98/11/23
• TG.34,
• TG.36,
• TG.50, Technical Requirements for Operations Support,
• TG.60, Technical Migration of GSM to 3G,
• TG.70, 3G Terminal Certification Requirements.
All PRDs now on http://www.gsmworld.com. Over 22000 document downloads occurred in the first 10 weeks.
3GIG - SMG co-operation
• Good co-operation between 3GIG and most SMG STCs - requirements / concepts
are usually accepted
• But cause for concern in SMG12 … manufacturers are rejecting MoU
requirements (“no time to consider …”)
• Likely consequence - the UMTS standards in 2002 could fall short of operator
requirements
Future activities
• In a general restructuring of GSM MoU working groups, all existing groups will be
disbanded and 4 new working groups will be installed. 3GIG has completed its
major task - the PRDS will now be taken over by other WGs.
• MoU is now evaluating its WG structure with a view to rationalisation
• 3G activities will become more strategic
• Future 3G reports to SMG plenary will come from the MoU, rather than 3GIG.
Discussion in SMG#27: As a response to 3GIG report stating some concerns related to co-operation with SMG12,
SMG12 co-chair, Teuvo Järvelä explained what had happened at the SMG12 meeting related to the 3GIG input. He
apologised that the handling of 3GIG input was not felt to be sufficient, and promised to carry it over (Tdoc SMG12
98S833) to the next SMG12 Plenary to be handled again.
7.7.3
7.7.3.1
Progress report on IPR issues
Report from ETSI legal adviser
Stéphane Tronchon, ETSI legal adviser, presented the Report on Essential IPRs declared in relation to the work of
SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-786 (revision of Tdoc SMG P-98-732), including references of IPRs which have been
notified to ETSI as being essential to UMTS by 9 October, 1998.
Note: All references pertaining to essential IPRs declared to ETSI are publicly available
on the ETSI web site http\\www.etsi.fr.
7.7.3.2
IPR Statements of QUALCOMM
The following statements were made at SMG#27 by Dr. Ronald Foerster, Managing Director of QUALCOMM Europe
SARL and Sr. Vice President of QUALCOMM Inc.:
"The UMTS IPR issue is a very serious matter, and is getting more serious as time passes. Little progress has been made
since the last SMG Plenary meeting in June, 1998 related to QUALCOMM's IPR position. This lack of progress is due to
no progress of technical work toward the convergence of the Radio Access aspects of the W-CDMA and cdma2000
standard proposals for third generation IMT2000. QUALCOMM's IPR position is that the company will only license its
extensive IPR on fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory terms for a converged W-CDMA/cdma2000 standard.
Otherwise it will only license its IPR for cdma2000 systems. The converged standard will equally support both
GSM/MAP and ANSI-41 networks without compromising performance.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 51 98/11/23
Because of this lack of progress toward convergence of the W-CDMA and cdma2000 standards, QUALCOMM
has sent a letter to the ITU outlining its IPR position. This position is summarised in TDOC SMG 601/98. QUALCOMM
has also withdrawn from the UMTS IPR Working Group since this group is not the right group to work on convergence,
and until meaningful work on convergence happens, QUALCOMM has nothing to contribute to this process.
Convergence of W-CDMA and cdma2000 is receiving increasing support from around the world outside of
Europe. It is recognised as not only a solution to the IPR issue, but also a way to get the best standard for the industry and
a method to resolve trade and other issues which are surfacing within the US and European governments.
QUALCOMM recognises that ETSI cannot resolve IPR licensing issues between companies. However,
QUALCOMM believes that ETSI must work toward standards, which are free of IPR issues. Without resolution of this
issue, both ETSI and the ITU, according to their own rules, must stop working on a standard that cannot be
commercialised on an open basis.
QUALCOMM will introduce a contribution TDOC SMG 564/98 which proposes a way forward on
convergence. We hope that all members of the SMG Plenary will review this contribution and endorse it."
See also section 7.2.7.
7.7.3.3
UMTS IPR Working Group
Alistair Urie presented Tdoc SMG P-98-608, Interim Report of the UMTS IPR Working Group (September 1998),
source: UMTS IPR Working Group.
Following SMG#24bis, this group, chaired by B. Kearsey, Alcatel, has defined three approaches for handling the IPR
issues for third generation mobile systems (Option 1 : ETSI IPR Policy; Option 2 : Patent Pool; Option 3 : Patent Forum).
As a next step the UMTS IPR WG will catalyse an Industry Reflection Period (October – December 1998) for further
position finding.
7.8
UMTS program management
UMTS 30.01: SMG#27 decided to change the scheme for updating UMTS 30.01: the version representing the decisions
of last plenary shall be approved in a similar process as the meeting report.
CR UMTS 30.01-A001 in Tdoc SMG P-98-782: SMG#27 decided that a revision of the CR should be sent in the week
19-23 October, 1998 to SMG for agreement by correspondence. The revision shall be to add the results of the extraordinary GA on 3GPP.
UMTS 30.00: An update of the UMTS work program will be issued 10 days after the approval of the SMG#27 report.
UMTS document structure: See section 5.6.1 on activities of WOME, and the note in section 5.6.1 on a side meeting
during SMG#27 on the issue.
Tdoc SMG P-98-569, Guidelines for the Planning, Development and Documentation of UMTS Phase 1 Standards,
source BT, was presented by Steve Mecrow. He explained the contribution to be based upon the assumptions that Phase 1
UMTS will be based upon a GSM release 99 core network in conjunction with the UTRAN, and that UMTS
specifications will be documented separately from GSM. The contribution had already been submitted to SMG1; it has
been submitted to SMG in view of the issues being of a broader nature than SMG1.
The key views highlighted during the presentation were:
• The services supported by UMTS phase 1 to be similar to those of GSM release 99
(as a result of using the GSM Core Network) and therefore the Service Capability
specifications currently under development within SMG1 to represent a statement
of the capabilities that UMTS Phase 1 will deliver, rather than a statement of
requirements for a “top down” design process;
• the developments required for specifying the UMTS Phase 1 network (interfaces,
protocols) to be largely as a result of adopting the UTRA in place of the GSM air
interface.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 52 98/11/23
The key requirements highlighted during the presentation were:
• The SMG Project Team in conjunction with individual SMG groups should
analyse the existing SMG work programme with a view to identifying aspects of
existing works items that are specific to UMTS, the need for new UMTS specific
work items, and the dependencies between the work items to ensure UMTS
specifications are available by end 1999.;
• The UMTS specifications should be documented separately from those for GSM.
Steve Mecrow concluded that, in view of the recent decisions within the GA relating to the establishment of the 3GPP, the
above guidelines and observations will be of relevance to the future work of both the 3GPP and the new SMG.
During discussion the following points were raised:
• In order to achieve the goal of no duplication of work, the common parts of GSM
and G-UMTS should be described in common specifications.
• Alan Cox reported that in an earlier NA2 meeting, it was preferred to base UMTS
Supplementary Services (SS) on GSM SS rather than ISDN SS.
• Section 2 has been treated in the 7.2 slot. Section 3 will have a value in the
documents coming after next GA. Section 4: More intensive program management
is of course needed; but the PT SMG resources are unclear. Section 5: Reference
to a meeting on document structure on 14 October 1998 (side event of SMG#27)
evening was made (see section 5.6.1). The handling of the section is premature.
• The document should be treated when 3GPP has been created.
SMG#27 concluded that all points required in section 2 are covered in the SMG work and therefore noted Section 2.
Section 3: The view of BT is that the progressing of work needs to be structured in the following way:
• Changes to GSM Release 99 network standards needed as a result of using the
UTRA;
• Enhancements to GSM Release 99 standards as a direct consequence of specific
UMTS service/capability requirements, as determined by SMG1, that can be
accommodated within GSM Release 99.
It was commented that in this view, fixed mobile convergence is not mentioned, that an integrated approach is missing.
Section 3 was noted by SMG#27.
Section 4: It is proposed that the SMG Project Team, in conjunction with individual SMG groups, analyse the current
SMG Work Programme with a view to identifying:
∗ aspects of existing SMG work items that are specific to UMTS;
∗ the need for new UMTS specific work items;
∗ the dependencies between these works items and the dates for their completion to ensure UMTS
standards are available as planned (end 1999).
It was clarified that these points are covered as there is 30.00, the UMTS work program, as SMG approves UMTS work
items and maintains the dates for completion. Also, WOME#3 has discussed (with the participation of BT) the question of
separated and integrated work programs for GSM and UMTS and had proposed to SMG#27 that the tools shall allow to
produce both an integrated and separate representations of the work program; SMG#27 had approved this proposal.
It was explained that improvements of the work methods are discussed in WOME (where BT is participating).
Section 5: It was reminded that WOME has taken the working assumption that the UMTS specifications should be a selfcontained set of specifications (for the educated reader) with the possibility to refer to other specifications.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 53 98/11/23
7.9
SMG9
Klaus Vedder presented Position Paper on the UICC for early UMTS systems, a Liaison Statement from SMG9 to SMG
in Tdoc SMG P-98-668, p.14. Later in the meeting, a modification of the third paragraph was prepared. The resulting
Tdoc SMG P-98-624 was approved by SMG#27. It shall be included in UMTS 30.01, the UMTS Baseline Document.
Tdoc SMG P-98-624 is quoted below (with the modification to replace “SMG9” by “SMG” in the last paragraph):
Begin quotation:
SMG have been looking at the requirements for the UMTS (Third Generation) USIM,
noting particularly, the requirement that UMTS evolves from GSM. As part of the
evolutionary approach from GSM to Third generation systems, it is a requirement that
3G terminals support existing (Phase 2) SIMs (at three volts, but not five volt SIMs),
but it is not a requirement that GSM terminals support 3G USIMs. It is the strong
opinion of SMG that the UICC (UMTS Integrated Circuit Card) is a mandatory
element of Third Generation systems.
It is recognised that the existing physical interface should remain unchanged (to
accommodate the need for interworking with GSM), however, that there may be the
need to enhance the interface, both in terms of protocol (for example, employing the
T=1 protocol), and speeding up the bit transmission rate across the interface.
It is recognised that the existing two physical sizes may prove to be limiting to mobile
equipment (ME) designs for 3G mobiles, so consideration is being given to a third
physical size of SIM, (e.g. a cut down version of existing "Plug-in" SIM, without
affecting the existing mandatory physical interface). The UICC / terminal interface
remains mandatory.
The other important feature of the SIM is the SIM Application Toolkit; this is a
powerful tool for operators, and can be easily exploited and enhanced for 3G
operations, especially in the area of Virtual Home Environment. Allied to this is the
security for the Toolkit, where end-to-end messaging between the Application area in
the SIM and its partner entity in, or behind, the network, can be secured, to prevent
fraud or interception. Enhancements exploiting newer bearer services will be included
for the Toolkit.
The next generation SIM will be a multi-application card, including support for
application loading; SMG fully expect this work to be completed and approved in June
1999.
It is the opinion of SMG that the existing SIM technology and functionality is an ideal
baseline platform for early third generation systems; it is recognised that there will of
necessity be alterations and additions to the file structure in the existing SIM to
accommodate UMTS functionality, but this is believed to be easily undertaken.
End quotation.
7.10
SMG10
The UMTS relevant parts of the SMG10 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-531 were presented by the SMG10
Chairman, Mike Walker. The SMG10 status report was approved by SMG#27, cf. section 6.10.
7.10.1
Change requests
UMTS 33.20, UMTS Security Principles version 3.1.0 as a CR in Tdoc SMG P-98-535; this version replaces the
already approved version 3.0.1 (old 09.01). It is a complete revision of the security principles for UMTS.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 54 98/11/23
Therefore, SMG#27 noted the CR, asked SMG12 to review the specification for architectural issues and asked SMG10
for presentation for approval at SMG#28.
7.10.2
New specifications
UMTS 33.21, UMTS Security Requirements, version 1.0.0, in Tdoc SMG P-98-536, was presented to SMG#27 for
information.
7.10.3
SMG10 work plan for UMTS
Scope of UMTS security
• All GSM security features
• Solution of all GSM security problems
• at least one new security feature
Explanations of SMG10:
• This is not in line with UMTS 22.00 which foresees more, but seen as realistic in
SMG10.
• Time schedules, when also consultation with SMG12 is included, risk to be
delayed, SMG10 is aware of this danger.
Role model: The removal of the role model in UMTS 22.01 was discussed in SMG10. SMG10 had already adopted an
own role model in UMTS 33.20 which already referred to Home Environment and Serving Network.
UMTS 22.07: The CR from SMG1 to UMTS 22.07 was checked. The view on the USIM presence is forwarded to SMG1.
UMTS 33.21: The protection of the USIM-ME interface is indicated to SMG9. Other issues of study are: End-to-end
security and Security features for UMTS Phase 1. SMG12 is requested to deliver the requirements for UMTS Phase 1.
UMTS 33.21 is forwarded to SMG#27 for information in Tdoc SMG P-98-536.
UMTS Work program: The work program for UMTS in UMTS 30.00 was checked. According to this work plan SMG10
has to deliver the SMG10 related parts for UMTS Phase 1. It was found that a more detailed work plan for SMG10 is
required.
For the moment the following planning was made:
UMTS 33.20: version 3.1.0 at SMG#27;
UMTS 33.21: version 1.0.0 at SMG#27; approval at SMG#28;
UMTS 33.22: version 1.0.0 at SMG#29; approval at SMG#30;
UMTS 33.23: version 1.0.0 at SMG#29; approval at SMG#30.
7.11
SMG11
Kari Järvinen presented the UMTS relevant parts in Tdoc SMG P-98-700.
SMG11 has initiated co-operation with ARIB, as requested at SMG#26. ARIB are currently evaluating a short list of six
speech codecs, G.729, GSM EFR, GSM AMR, MPEG4 (narrowband), IS.641, EVRC (IS127), in order to select a default
speech codec for W-CDMA. ARIB is planning to complete subjective tests on these codecs by February 1999. See
section 7.11.1 for a liaison statement to ARIB.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 55 98/11/23
7.11.1
Liaison statements
SMG#27 endorsed the intended Liaison Statement on Collaboration on the evaluation of AMR for UMTS from SMG11
to ARIB IMT-2000 Codec Work Group (cc: SMG, SMG2) in Annex 1 of Tdoc SMG P-98-700. It contains a proposal for
the Terms of Reference for the collaboration between ARIB and SMG11.
7.12
SMG12
The UMTS relevant parts of the SMG12 status report to SMG#27 in Tdoc SMG P-98-734 were presented by the SMG12
Co-Chairmen, François Courau and Teuvo Järvelä. The SMG12 status report was approved by SMG#27, cf. section 6.12.
Other issues: Tdoc SMG Tdoc SMG P-98-774, UMTS Phase 1 Issues from MoU SERG, Source: MoU GSM
Representative in SMG, presented by Armin Toepfer, was noted; it should be studied by SMG12.
7.12.1
New specifications
UMTS 23.01, General UMTS Architecture, V1.0.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-754 was presented for information to SMG#27. It
is quite stable and foreseen for approval at SMG#28.
UMTS 23.10, UMTS Access Stratum; Services and Functions, V1.0.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-755 was presented for
information to SMG#27. The content is not fully stable. But completion is foreseen for SMG#28.
UMTS 23.20, Evolution of the GSM platform towards UMTS, V1.0.0 in Tdoc SMG P-98-758 was presented for
information to SMG#27. It is not stable yet, but forwarded to SMG#27 for a full visibility.
7.12.2
Work areas
Iu interface: At the last meeting it was found that IWF between UTRAN and SGSN was very difficult to specify.
Therefore several proposals were made. No decision has been made so far. One of the proposal is to use directly the Iu
towards the SGSN. A decision is expected to be taken at the November meeting. Following the joint meeting with SMG2
UMTS ad hoc several improvements have been incorporated in the Iu requirements report. Furthermore a protocol
architecture split has been agreed that allows SMG2 UMTS groups to carry on their work.
It is expected that the report on Iu requirement, at least for the part concerning UTRAN will be provided to SMG for
SMG#28.
Comments in SMG#27: SMG#27 confirmed the strong requirement to connect UTRAN to SGSN and for service continuity
in packet mode between GSM and UTRA. This is planned to be achieved by an interworking function which is not trivial,
as the functional split between access network and core network is different in GSM and UMTS.
Evolution of the GSM core network towards UMTS (UMTS 23.20): Since the April meeting of SMG12 major
progress has been achieved. 19 different scenarios have been discussed and the main task is now to reduce this number by
analysing the commonalities and highlighting the differences in order to reduce this number. So far it remains only 10 of
them. September 1998 had been the deadline for new scenarios.
François Courau and Teuvo Järvelä informed SMG#27 that, to let UMTS phase 1 in the Release 99 time frame happen,
they will Chairmen propose the following as a way forward on UMTS Architecture (UMTS 23.20) to SMG12:
• The Scenario work has been fruitful in putting together opinions on how to evolve
GSM towards UMTS and also identifying some key issues and differences
between opinions.
• It would be possible to define 2-3 main approaches derived from the existing 10
scenarios
• Therefore it is proposed to define and concentrate the work on the key questions
(MM etc.) arising from these scenarios (hopefully at the next SMG12 Plenary, Oct
20-22).
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 56 98/11/23
• Detailed work can be started based on each of the agreed solutions, rather than
possibly delaying the work of other STCs until the whole scenario is fixed.
In the discussion, goals like service continuity, seamless handover between GSM and UMTS, evolution from GSM to
UMTS, in-time delivery of UMTS Release 99, an architecture that is not just beauty but also implementable, service
differentiation, where discussed. It was argued that it can be acceptable to have a limited number of evolution scenarios
(or one scenario consisting of several options), and that SMG12 should have the hands free for very urgent work on the
UMTS architecture to be used for Release 99 and is future proof and ready in time. It was also clarified that EP UMTS
will look to the long term aspects.
7.12.3
Work Items
The following work items were approved by SMG#27:
• UMTS Core based on ATM Transport (in Tdoc SMG P-98-759)
• Study on Combined GSM and Mobile IP Mobility Handling in UMTS IP CN
(in Tdoc SMG P-98-760)
• Open Service Architecture (in Tdoc SMG P-98-761)
• IP-in-IP tunnelling in the GPRS backbone for UMTS phase 1 (in
Tdoc SMG P-98-780)
• End to End UMTS QoS Management (in Tdoc SMG P-98-781)
SMG12 has created an internal document for planning of specification delivery. It is expected that it will be provided to
SMG for information on a regular basis (as soon as validated information will have been incorporated). SMG12 has
agreed to approve a SMG12 Work Plan for 1999 at the November meeting.
8
Next meetings
Meeting No.
SMG Co-ord. Group
Plenary Date
Plenary Venue
SMG#28
3 February 99
8 - 12 February 99
Milan, Italy
Host: Italtel
21 - 25 June 99
Miami, USA
Host: GSM North America
AIRPORT CONFERENCE CENTER
Frankfurt
(Host: Siemens)
SMG#29
16 June 99
Stockholm, Ericsson
SMG#30
13 October 99
18 - 22 October 99
SMG#31
February 2000
February 2000
Frankfurt (Siemens)
First 3GPP meeting (including TSGs): 7 - 8 December, 1998, Sophia Antipolis.
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, page 57 98/11/23
Annex 1: List of participants
Annex 2: Status of CRs and new Specifications presented to
the meeting
Annex 3: List of documents
Annex 4: Liaison statements
Annex 5: Status of SMG specifications after The meeting
Annex 6: Roadmap and WI status of GSM phase 2+ work
items after the meeting
Annex 7: PT SMG STATUS Report
Annex 8: Structure of smg and subgroups
Annex 9: Tokyo, 7-9 October 1998 ARIB, ETSI, T1, TTA and
TTC agreed framework (Tdoc SMG P-98-574)
ETSI/SMG(98)4 Part B, Annexes 98/11/23
03-Nov-98
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS TO ETSI/TC/SMG#27
12-16 October 1998, Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
ADAMS Peter.M.
BRITISH TELECOM
PP2-02 Bibb Way
IPSWICH
SUFFOLK IP1 2EQ
Tel 1: +44 1 473 227 684
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 802 471 234
Fax 1: +44 1 473 227 884
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: peter.m.adams@bt.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
ALARD Michel
WAVECOM
39 Rue du Gouverneur General Eboué
92130 ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX
Tel 1: +33 1 4629 0802
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 0734 1064
Fax 1: +33 1 4629 0808
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: michel.alard@wavecom.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
AMARA Elie
CEGETEL
Tour Cèdre - Faubourg de l'Arche
7, Allée de l'Arche
92677 COURBEVOIE CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 41 97 67 41
Tel 2:
Mob : + 33 6 09 16 80 89
Fax 1: +33 1 56 37 27 48
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: elie.amara@mail1.sfr.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
AMMER Gerhard
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
Medienallee 6
85774 UNTERFÖHRING
Tel 1: +49 89 95086 312
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 172 976 7892
Fax 1: +49 89 95086 255
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: gammer@lucent.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
ANDERSEN Niels Peter Skov
SMG 2 Chairman - SMG 2 WPB Chairman - SMG 2 UMTS Chairman
TELE DANMARK A/S
Spotorno Allé 12
2630 TAASTRUP
Tel 1: +45 4358 6378
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +45 43 71 03 82
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: npa@tdk.dk
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
ANSALDI Renato
ITALTEL
Via Padana Km 158
20060 CASSINA DE PECCHI (MILAN)
Tel 1: +39 02 4388 6384
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +39 02 4388 6550
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: renato.ansaldi@italtel.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
ARAKI Michiko
NTT DoCoMo
Shin-nikko Bldg, East Tower
10-1 TORANOMON 2-chome
MINATO-KU, TOKYO 105 8436
Tel 1: +81 3 5563 7252
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +81 3 5572 6526
Fax 2:
JAPAN
E-Mail Internet: araki_m@docomo_tokai.co.jp
Name:
Company:
Address:
ASSOR Jean-Luc
BOUYGUES TELECOM
Europa
51, avenue de l'Europe
78944 VELIZY CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 3926 6255
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 39 26 86 13
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: jlassor@bouyguestelecom.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
BARNES David
DTI
151 Buckingham Palace Road
Room 2/126
LONDON SW1W 9SS
Tel 1: +44 171 215 1818
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 316 985
Fax 1: +44 171 931 7194
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: dbarnes3@compuserve.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
BARNES Nigel
SMG 9 Vice Chairman - SMG 9 SIM Toolkit Security Chairman
SMG1 SIM Toolkit Stage 1 Chairman
MOTOROLA
European Standards Sector
Midpoint, Alencon Link
BASINGSTOKE RG21 7PL
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+44 1256 790 169
+44 1256 790 319
+44 385 318 631
+44 1256 790 190
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: Nigel_Barnes@euro.css.mot.com
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
BEER Stephen
DERA
St. Andrews Road
Malvern
WORCS WR14 3PS
Tel 1: +44 1684 894 088
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1684 895 646
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: sjbeer@dera.gov.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
BENNINK Rob
KPN TELECOM
PO Box 30150
2500 GD THE HAGUE
Tel 1: +31 70 343 7105
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +31 70 343 7237
Fax 2:
THE NETHERLANDS
E-Mail Internet: r.bennink@wxs.nl
Name:
Company:
Address:
BERGMANN Ansgar
PT SMG Coordinator
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 43 22
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 2000 921
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: ansgar.bergmann@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
BERGS Hans-Joachim
ALCATEL SEL AG
Switching System Division
Lorenzstrasse 10
70430 STUTTGART
Tel 1: +49 711 821 45776
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 711 821 47661
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: HJ.Bergs@alcatel.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
BERNARD André
FRANCE TELECOM MOBILES
45-47 Bd Romain Rolland
92000 MONTROUGE
Tel 1: +33 1 55 22 23 10
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 77 10 27
Fax 1: +33 1 55 22 23 23
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: andre.bernard@francetelecom.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
BERRY Athol
ROHDE & SCHWARZ GmbH
Dept.1SP2 Postfach 801469
Mühldorfstr. 15
81671 MÜNCHEN
Tel 1: +49 89 4129 3675
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 89 4129 3601
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: athol.berry@rsd.rsd.de
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
BJÖRNDAHL Per
STF Voluntary Funding Task Force Chairman
ERICSSON RADIO SYSTEMS AB
KI/ERA/UX/SC
16480 STOCKHOLM
Tel 1: +46 8 757 2602
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 591 2602
Fax 1: +46 8 404 8040
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: per.bjorndahl@era.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
BLANKENFELD Heinz
ECTEL TMS Chairman
SIEMENS AG
Hofmannstraße 51
81359 MUNICH
Tel 1: +49 89 722 26655
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 3403150
Fax 1: +49 89 722 27546
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: heinz.blankenfeld@icn.siemens.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
BOCAERT Bruno
VLSI TECHNOLOGY
505 Route des Lucioles
SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS
06560 VALBONNE
Tel 1: +33 4 9296 11 04
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 09 55 50 65
Fax 1: +33 4 9296 1101
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: bruno.bocaert@vlsi.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
BOGH Jan
SONOFON
Skelagervej 1
9100 AALBORG
Tel 1: +45 405 872 231
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +45 9936 7070
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: jab@dmt.sonofon.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
BRANDÉN Jonas
WAP Consortium Liaison Officer
ERICSSON MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS AB
Nya Vattentornet
22183 LUND
Tel 1: +46 46 19 41 04
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 650 83 45
Fax 1: +46 46 19 38 10
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: jonas.branden@ecs.ericsson.se
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
BRATT Gunilla
ERICSSON MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS AB
Nya Vattentornet
22183 LUND
Tel 1: +46 46 193729
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +46 46 193 136
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: gunilla.bratt@ecs.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
BROUWERS Eric
LIBERTEL
Avenue Ceramique 300
6221 KX MAASTRICHT
Tel 1: +31 43 355 7717
Tel 2:
Mob : +31 654 670 617
Fax 1: +31 43 355 7444
Fax 2:
THE NETHERLANDS
E-Mail Internet: e.brouwers@libertel.nl
Name:
Company:
Address:
CABRERA Inaki
TMN WG5 Chairman
AIRTEL MOVIL SA
Av. de Europa, 1
Parque Tecnologico "La Moraleja"
28108 ALCOBENDAS (MADRID)
Tel 1: +34 907 13 33 91
Tel 2:
Mob : +34 910 51 3391
Fax 1: +34 907 133058
Fax 2:
SPAIN
E-Mail Internet: icabrer@airtel.es
Name:
Company:
Address:
CANDEO Silvano
MINISTERIO DELLE COMUNICAZIONI
I.S.P.T
Viale America 201
00144 ROMA
Tel 1: +39 06 5958 2660
Tel 2:
Mob : +39 348 2270116
Fax 1: +39 06 5410 904
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: slcandeo@tin.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
CARIOU Hubert
BOUYGUES TELECOM
Europa
51, avenue de l'Europe
78944 VELIZY CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 39 26 6004
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 60 31 60 04
Fax 1: +33 1 39 26 6402
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: hcariou@bouyguestelecom.fr
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
CASSEN Quent
T1P1 Secretary
ROCKWELL INTL CORP.
Wireless Communications Division
4311 Jamboree Road
NEWPORT BEACH CA 92660-3095
Tel 1: +1 949 221 4177
Tel 2:
Mob : +1 714 606 7433
Fax 1: +1 949 221 5890
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: cassen@rss.rockwell.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
CAVIGIOLI Chris
ANALOG DEVICES
Am Westpark 1-3
81373 MUENCHEN
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+49 89 76903 400
+1 781 461 3058
+49 172 705 2026
+49 89 76903 404
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: chris-c@ibm.net
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHANDLER Colin
QUALCOMM EUROPE SARL
2000 Route des Lucioles
BP 126
06903 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHAUVEAU Didier
ART
7 Square Max Hymans
75730 PARIS CEDEX 15
Tel 1: +33 1 40 47 71 25
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 40 47 71 90
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: didier.chauveau@art-telecom.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHEN Kwang-Chen
NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY
Institute of Communications Engineering
TAIPEI, TAIWAN 10617
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+886 2 2363 5251
+886 2 2363 5246
+886 90 292048
+886 2 2368 3824
TAIWAN
E-Mail Internet: chenlec@cc.ee.ntu.edu.tw
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHOMET Patrick
ICO GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS
1 Queen Caroline Street
Hammersmith
LONDON W6 9BN
Tel 1: +44 181 600 1083
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 181 563 9413
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: patrick.chomet@i-co.uk
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
COOKE Stuart
NOKIA R&D
St Georges Court, St Georges Rd
Camberley
SURREY GU15 3QZ
Tel 1: +44 1276 68616
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 370 647030
Fax 1: +44 1276 677151
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: stuart.cooke@nmp.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
COOPER David
NEC TECHNOLOGIES (UK) LTD
Level 3, the Imperium
Imperial Way, Worton Grange
READING RG2 0TD
Tel 1: +44 1189 654 511
Tel 2: +44 1189 257 190
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1189 257 191
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: david.cooper@nectech.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
CORFIELD Simon
DERA PC 131
St. Andrews Road
Malvern
WORCS WR14 3PS
Tel 1: +44 1684 896 082
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1684 896 121
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: scorfield@taz.dera.gov.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
COURAU Francois
SMG12 Chairman
ALCATEL
10, rue Latécoère
78141 VELIZY CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 30 77 94 68
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 08 82 20 22
Fax 1: +33 1 30 77 94 30
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: francois.courau@alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
COX Alan
SMG Vice Chairman - SMG 1 Chairman
VODAFONE LTD
The Courtyard
2-4 London Road
NEWBURY, BERKSHIRE RG14 1JX
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+44 1635 503 332
+44 385 200 147
+44 1635 583 019
+44 1635 31127
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: alan.cox@vf.vodafone.co.uk
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
CRUCHANT Laurent
ALCATEL
10, rue Latécoère
78141 VELIZY CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 30 77 82 75
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 64 09 90
Fax 1: +33 1 30 77 94 30
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: laurent.cruchant@alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
DAAS Benjamin M.
TOSHIBA ELECTRONICS EUROPE GmbH
Hansaallee 181
40549 DUSSELDORF
Tel 1: +49 211 5296 209
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 323 9669
Fax 1: +49 211 5296 404
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: bdaas@tee.toshiba.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
DAVIDIAN Jean-Jacques
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 71
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: jean-jacques.davidian@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
DAVIDSSON Pamela
NATIONAL POST & TELECOM
Birger Jarlsgatan 16
Box 5398
102 49 STOCKHOLM
Tel 1: +46 8 678 55 93
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +46 8 678 55 09
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: pamela.davidsson@pts.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
DAVIES John I.
SEMA GROUP TELECOMS
233 High Holborn
LONDON WC1V 7DJ
Tel 1: +44 171 830 1948
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 71 830 1830
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: john.davies@mail.sema.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
DAY Brian
NORTEL
3 Roxborough Way
Foundation Park
MAIDENHEAD BERKSHIRE SL6 3UD
Tel 1: +44 1 628 434 153
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 628 434 034
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: brd777@nortel.com
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
DE RYCK Francois
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ITE
Immeuble Germanium
80 avenue des Buttes de Coesmes
35700 RENNES
Tel 1: +33 2 99 84 11 27
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 2 99 87 21 15
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: deryck@tcl.ite.mee.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
DESPLANQUE Jacques
FRANCE TELECOM MOBILES
41-45 Bld Romain Rolland
75672 PARIS CEDEX 14
Tel 1: +33 1 55 22 2352
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 53 30 63
Fax 1: +33 1 55 22 23 69
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: jacques.desplanque@francetelecom.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
DETTNER Harald
SMG 3 Chairman
SIEMENS AG
Dep.MN P24
Landecker Strasse 11
36251 BAD HERSFELD
Tel 1: +49 6621 169169
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 3340 784
Fax 1: +49 6621 169122
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: harald.dettner@mn.oen.siemens.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
DOIG Ian
ETSI/SMS Dept
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4226
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 47 16
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: ian.doig@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
DOMEIER Horst
MANNESMANN MOBILFUNK GmbH
Am Seestern 1
40543 DÜSSELDORF
Tel 1: +49 211 533 3656
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 0172 890 4114
Fax 1: +49 211 583 3357
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: horst.domeier@compuserve100731.1373
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Name:
Company:
Address:
DONAT Peter
SMG WG WOME Chairman
FEEI
C/O SIEMENS AG
Siemenstrasse 92
1211 WIEN
Tel 1: +43 1 1707 22 300
Tel 2:
Mob : +43 664 162 4383
Fax 1: +43 1 1707 54 450
Fax 2:
AUSTRIA
E-Mail Internet: peter.donat@siemens.at
Name:
Company:
Address:
DORGELO Albert J.G.
LUCENT TECH. Emea B.V
Department GSS-EMEA
PO Box 1168/Room BG 502
1200 BD HILVERSUM
Tel 1: +31 356 872 879
Tel 2:
Mob : +31 65 339 4658
Fax 1: +31 356 875 833
Fax 2:
THE NETHERLANDS
E-Mail Internet: dorgelo@lucent.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
EHRLICH Ed
T1P1.5 Chairman
NORTEL
465 South St.
Suite 100
MORRISTOWN, NJ 07960
Tel 1: +1 973 292 5724
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 973 292 4160
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: ed.ehrlich@nt.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
EIGLER Karl
DETECON GmbH
SBM621
Oberkasseler Strasse 2
53227 BONN
Tel 1: +49 228 700 1665
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 228 700 1607
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: karl-eigler@bonn.detecon.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
EKEN Semith Koray
ASELSAN ING
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Mah 16 Cad
No. 16
06372 Y.Makalle-Ankara
Tel 1: +90 312 385 1900
Tel 2:
Mob : +90 532 312 6063
Fax 1: +90 312 354 1679
Fax 2:
TURKEY
E-Mail Internet: keken@hc.aselsan.com.tr
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
EKUDDEN Erik
ERICSSON RADIO SYSTEMS AB
T/VAT Torshamnsgatan 23
KISTA
16480 STOCKHOLM
Tel 1: +46 8 757 2168
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +46 8 757 5550
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: erik.ekudden@era-t.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
EL-HOIYDI Amre
OFCOM
Rue de l'Avenir 44
2501 BIENNE
Tel 1: +41 32 327 55 11
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +41 32 327 5777
Fax 2:
SWITZERLAND
E-Mail Internet: amre.elhoiydi@bakom.admin.ch
Name:
Company:
Address:
ELKON Stéphane
ART
7 Square Max Hymans
75730 PARIS CEDEX 15
Tel 1: +33 1 4047 7092
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 1 40477206
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: stephane.elkon@art-telecom.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
ERIKSEN Tom
ETSI/M&D
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 43 12
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 47 16
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: tom.eriksen@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
FAGAN John
TELTEC IRELAND
FORBAIRT
Glasnevin
DUBLIN 9
Tel 1: +353 1 808 2784
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +353 1 837 7648
Fax 2:
IRELAND
E-Mail Internet: faganj@netc.ie
Name:
Company:
Address:
FENN John
SAMSUNG ELECTRONIC RES.INST.
Communication House
South Street
STAINES TW18 4QE
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+44 1784 428 600
ext 684
+44 802 339070
+44 1784 428 629
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: johnbfenn@aol.com
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
FENYVES Alessandro
ITALTEL
BURM(BM) C26
Via Reiss Romoli
20019 SETTIMO MILANESE (MI)
Tel 1: +39 02 4388 9337
Tel 2:
Mob : +39 335 800 4180
Fax 1: +39 02 4388 2442
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: alessandro.fenyves@italtel.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
FOERSTER Molly
QUALCOMM EUROPE SARL
Algorithmes, Aristote B
2000 Route des Lucioles, BP 126
06903 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS
Tel 1: +33 4 92 38 82 20
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 80 35 21 87
Fax 1: +33 4 92 38 82 30
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: mfoerster@qualcomm.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
FOERSTER Ronald E.
QUALCOMM EUROPE SARL
2000 Route des Lucioles
BP 126
06903 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 38 82 20
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 12 14 12 38
Fax 1: +33 4 92 38 82 30
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: rfoerster@qualcomm.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
FOXMAN Arne
TELE DANMARK A/S
Networks division, NM-F
Telegade 2
2630 TAASTRUP
Tel 1: +45 4358 6460
Tel 2:
Mob : +45 4013 0082
Fax 1: +45 43 71 08 41
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: arfo@tdk.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
FREDERIKSEN Jesper Ledet
BOSCH TELECOM DANMARK A/S
Bransagervej 30
9490 PANDRUP
Tel 1: +45 96 738 000
Tel 2:
Mob : +45 40 64 7250
Fax 1: +45 96 738 002
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: jfl@dancall.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
FRIEL Chris
CELLNET
260 Bath Road
Slough
BERKSHIRE SL1 4DX
Tel 1: +44 1 753 565 874
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 860 552 060
Fax 1: +44 1 753 565 029
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: chris.friel@cellnet.co.uk
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Part B, Annex 1, Page 12
16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
FUKUDA Eisuke
FUJITSU EUROPE TELECOM
2 Longwalk Road, Stockley Park
Uxbridge
MIDDLESEX UB11 1AB
Tel 1: +44 181 606 4473
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 181 606 4539
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: e.fukuda@fujitsu.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
GALLIGO Michel
ALCATEL BUSINESS SYSTEMS
32 Avenue Kleber
92700 COLOMBES CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 55 66 39 73
Tel 2:
Mob : +336 8085 8806
Fax 1: +33 1 55 66 78 26
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: michel.galligo@bof.alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
GARBA Roman
RADIOMOBIL AS / PAEGAS
Londýnská 59
12021 PRAHA 2
Tel 1: +420 603 620 301
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +420 603 620 306
Fax 2:
CZECH REPUBLIC
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
GARRAMONE Saverio
MARCONI SpA
Via A. Negrone, 1A
16153 GENOVA
Tel 1: +39 010 600 2812
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +39 010 600 2044
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
GASKELL Philip
ONE-2-ONE
Imperial Place
Maxwell Road, Borehamwood
HERTS WD6 1EA
Tel 1: +44 1 81 214 2230
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 956 235 468
Fax 1: +44 1 81 9051 671
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: pgaskell@one2one.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
GEUENS Leopold
SIEMENS ATEA NV
Atealaan 34
2200 HERENTALS
Tel 1: +32 1 425 2973
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +32 1 425 3212
Fax 2:
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: leopold.geuens@vnet.atea.be
ETSI/SMG(98)4
Part B, Annex 1, Page 13
16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
GIEFING Gerald
MOBILKOM AUSTRIA AG
Obere Donaustrasse 23-27
1020 VIENNA
Tel 1: +43 1 331 61 6110
Tel 2:
Mob : +43 664 331 6110
Fax 1: +43 1 331 61 6009
Fax 2:
AUSTRIA
E-Mail Internet: g.giefing@mobilkom.at
Name:
Company:
Address:
GRASSOT Francois
NORTEL
c/o NMC 1, Place des Frères Montgolfier
BP 50
78042 GUYANCOURT CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 39444099
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 85 32 53 95
Fax 1: +33 1 39 44 5012
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: fgrassot@nortel.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
GREEN Steve
DTI
Auction team - 8S/8.2
22 Upper Ground
LONDON SE1 9SA
Tel 1: +44 171 211 0321
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 802 338341
Fax 1: +44 171 211 0123
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: steve.green@ties.itu.int
Name:
Company:
Address:
GUENTHER Holger
RADIOMOBIL AS / PAEGAS
Londýnská 59
12021 PRAHA 2
Tel 1: +420 603 620 301
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +420 603 620 306
Fax 2:
CZECH REPUBLIC
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
HAAVISTO Petri
NOKIA RESEARCH CENTRE
Sinitaival 6
PO Box 100
33721 TAMPERE
Tel 1: +358 3 272 5836
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 500 830 838
Fax 1: +358 3 272 5897
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: petri.haavisto@research.nokia.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
HADDEN Alan
UMTS FORUM
C/O FEI
10-12 Russell Square
LONDON WC1B 5EE
Tel 1: +44 1 279 435 483
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 788 764 5126
Fax 1: +44 1279 435 443
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: alan.hadden@btinternet.com
ETSI/SMG(98)4
Part B, Annex 1, Page 14
16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
HADDEN Alan
GSA
20 Hampton Gardens, Sawridgeworth
HERTFORDSHIRE CM21 0AN
Tel 1: +44 1279 435 483
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +44 1 279 435 443
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: gsassoc@btinternet.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HALL Steven
COMMQUEST
527 Encinitas Blvd
Encinitas Blvd
ENCINITAS CA
Tel 1: +1 760 634 6115
Tel 2:
Mob : +1 760 809 0284
Fax 1: +1 760 634 6110
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: hall@commquest.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HAN Yeongchong
LG INFORMATION & COM.
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
KOREA
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
HANGSTRUP Lars
MAXON CELLULAR SYSTEMS
Niels Jernesvey 8
9220 AALBORG EAST
Tel 1: +45 9635 5500
Tel 2:
Mob : +45 4040 8142
Fax 1: +45 9635 5600
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: lwh@maxon.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
HARO ABAD Albert
BOUYGUES TELECOM
RED - Europa A
51 Avenue de l'Europe
78944 VELIZY CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 39 26 6517
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 61 89 90 43
Fax 1: +33 1 39 26 86 13
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: aharoaba@bouyguestelecom.fr
Name:
HARRIS Ian
SMG 4 Cell Broadcast Chairman
Company:
Address:
VODAFONE LTD
Vodafone Value Added Services
Dower House,
NEWBURY, BERKSHIRE RG14 1JD
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+44 1635 503 270
+44 1635 502 344
+44 385 360 000
+44 1635 503 297
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: ian.harris@vas.vodafone.co.uk
ETSI/SMG(98)4
Part B, Annex 1, Page 15
16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
HARRISON Fred
BRITISH TELECOM
Westsid, PP A3003
London Road, Hemel Hempstead
HERTS HP3 97F
Tel 1: +44 1 442 296 717
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 802 223595
Fax 1: +44 1442 295 888
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: fred.harrisson@bt.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HARROLD William
THE TECHNOLOGY PARTNERSHIP
Melbourn Science Park
Cambridge Road, Melbourn,
ROYSTON SG8 6EE
Tel 1: +44 1 763 266 266
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 763 261 216
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: william.harrold@ttpcom.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HAUSER Hans
DeTeMobil GmbH
Landgrabenweg 151
PO Box 300463
53227 BONN
Tel 1: +49 228 936 1200
Tel 2:
Mob : + 49 171 549 03 99
Fax 1: + 49 228 936 3309
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: hans.hauser@t-mobil.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
HAYES Stephen
T1P1 Vice Chairman
ERICSSON
601 N. Glenville
RICHARDSON TX 75081
Tel 1: +1 972 583 5773
Mob : +1 214 668 5728
Fax 1: +1 972 644 3036
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: stephen.hayes@ericsson.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HELLMAN Monica
EUROPOLITAN AB
37180 KARLSKRONA
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+46 455 331 000
+46 455 331 430
+46 708 331 430
+46 455 331 490
+46 708 332 430
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: monica.hellman@europolitan.se
ETSI/SMG(98)4
Part B, Annex 1, Page 16
16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
HERTEL Gisela
SMG 6 Chairman
ARTHUR ANDERSEN Managment Beratun
Uerdinger Strasse 88
40474 DUSSELDORF
Tel 1: +49 211 4958 650
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 328 5677
Fax 1: +49 211 4958 602
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: gisela.hertel@arthurandersen.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HILLEBRAND Friedhelm
SMG Chairman
ETSI/TC SMG CHAIRMAN
SMG CONSORTIUM
Combahnstrasse 23
53225 BONN
Tel 1: +49 228 47 4770
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 414 3599
Fax 1: +49 228 47 4764
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: FHillebrand@t-online.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
HOLDING Darren
ERICSSON OMC LTD
The Keytech Centre
Ashwood Way, Basingstoke
HAMPSHIRE
Tel 1: +44 1256 864267
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 7775 906329
Fax 1: +44 1256 864280
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: darren.holding@eml.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
HOLLEY Kevin A.
SMG 4 Chairman - SMG4 UMTS Chairman Tel 1: +44 171 519 9028
BRITISH TELECOM
MLB 1 PP11
Martlesham Heath
IPSWICH IP5 3RE
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 802 220 811
Fax 1: +44 171 519 9028
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: kevin.holley@bt.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HOLMES Christopher
DTI
Room 215,
151 Buckingham Palace Road
LONDON SW1W 955
Tel 1: +44 171 215 1779
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 71 215 1814
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: christopher.holmes@ciid.dti.gov.uk
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Part B, Annex 1, Page 17
16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
HYBRE Jean
SFR / CEGETEL
Tour de l' Esplanade
1, Place Carpeaux - La Défense 6
92915 PARIS LA DEFENSE CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 4197 67 17
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 09 65 19 24
Fax 1: +33 1 55 68 25 07
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: jean.hybre@mail1.sfr.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
ISRAELSSON Per
TELIA MOBILE AB
Augestendalsv.7
131 86 NACKA STRAND
Tel 1: +46 8 601 72 78
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 582 2357
Fax 1: +46 8 601 72 68
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: pin@hk.mobile.telia.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
ISSENMANN Edouard
ALCATEL CIT
10, rue Latécoère
BP 57
78141 VELIZY CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 30 77 93 01
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 30 77 0369
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: edouard.issenmann@alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
JÄGER Thomas
CETECOM GmbH
Im Teelbruch 122
45219 ESSEN
Tel 1: +49 2054 9519 80
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +49 2054 9519 86
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: thomas.jaeger@cetecom.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
JARVELA Teuvo
NOKIA MOBILE PHONES
St Georges Court, St Georges Rd
Camberley
SURREY GU15 3QZ
Tel 1: +44 1276 419057
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 525 683
Fax 1: +44 1276 677151
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: teuvo.jarvela@nmp.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
JÄRVINEN Kari
SMG11 Chairman - SMG11 AMR Chairman Tel 1: +358 3272 5854
NOKIA RESEARCH CENTRE
Sinitaival 6
PO Box 100
33721 TAMPERE
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 50 555 0999
Fax 1: +358 3272 5888
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: kari.jarvinen@research.nokia.fi
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Part B, Annex 1, Page 18
16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
JENNI Christian
ERICSSON AG
Postfacch 556
Logerhansweg 10
3018 BERN
Tel 1: +41 31 998 3539
Tel 2:
Mob : +41 89 300 3976
Fax 1: +41 31 998 3501
Fax 2:
SWITZERLAND
E-Mail Internet: christian.jenni@eas.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
JONES Gary K.
T1P1 Representative
OMNIPOINT CORPORATION
3 Bethesd Metro Center
Suite 400
BETHESDA, MD 20814
Tel 1: +1 301 951 2524
Tel 2:
Mob : + 1 201 486 0949
Fax 1: +1 301 951 2580
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: gjones@omnipoint-corp.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
JOST Herbert
SWISSCOM
MC-MV-5
Victoriastrasse 21
3050 BERN
Tel 1: + 41 31 342 8602
Tel 2:
Mob : +41 79 300 02 15
Fax 1: + 41 31 342 0518
Fax 2:
SWITZERLAND
E-Mail Internet: herbert.jost@swisscom.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
KANCK Rune
NETCOM GSM AS
Postboks 4444 Torshov
Sandakerveien 140
0403 OSLO
Tel 1: +47 22 888851
Tel 2:
Mob : +47 920 25250
Fax 1: +47 22 88 8494
Fax 2:
NORWAY
E-Mail Internet: rune.kanck@netcom-gsm.no
Name:
Company:
Address:
KANERVA Mikko
NOKIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS
PO Box 321
00045 NOKIA GROUP
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+358 9 5116 8077
+358 40 5040 735
+358 9 5116 8080
+358 40 604 0735
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: mikko.kanerva@ntc.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
KAR Radivoj
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC
25, Boulevard des Bouvets
92741 NANTERRE CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 55 68 56 60
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 40 500 7160
Fax 1: +33 1 55 68 57 41
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: rkar@compuserve.com
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
KELLY Brian
TELECOM EIREAN EIRCELL
Unit 8, Richview Office Park
Clonskeagh
DUBLIN 14
Tel 1: +353 1 208 1565
Tel 2:
Mob : +353 87 230 8461
Fax 1: +353 1 208 1602
Fax 2:
IRELAND
E-Mail Internet: bjkelly@eircell.ie
Name:
Company:
Address:
KOKKOS Makis
NOKIA MOBILE PHONES
St Georges Ct., St Georges Rd.
CAMBERLY
SURREY GU15 3QZ
Tel 1: +44 1 276 419 607
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 276 677 151
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: makis.kokkos@nmp.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
KOTTINK Pavel
RADIOMOBIL AS / PAEGAS
Londýnská 59
12021 PRAHA 2
Tel 1: +420 603 620 301
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +420 603 620 306
Fax 2:
CZECH REPUBLIC
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
KRASSOWSKI Waldemar
Tel 1:
NATIONAL RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS AGENCY
Regional Directorate in Olsztyn
Mob :
ul. Pstrowskiego 16
Fax 1:
10-602 OLSZTYN
Fax 2:
+48 89 5333 522
Tel 2:
+486 027 14769
+48 89 5235 102
POLAND
E-Mail Internet: wkrassowski@olsztyn.par.gov.pl
Name:
Company:
Address:
KUENAST Walter
MOTOROLA
Avenue du Général Eisenhower
Le Miral BP 1029
31023 TOULOUSE CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 5 61 19 10 59
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 08 76 39 03
Fax 1: +33 5 61 19 1012
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: rvkm10@email.sps.mot.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
KÜHN Manuela
VEBA TELECOM
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet:
ETSI/SMG(98)4
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
KUNCOVA Ilona
RADIOMOBIL
Londgnokal 12000
PRAGUE 2
Tel 1: +420 603 620 790
Tel 2:
Mob : +420 603 400 790
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
CZECH REPUBLIC
E-Mail Internet: kuncovai@radiomobil.cz
Name:
Company:
Address:
LAURENT-LUND Einar
NATIONAL TELECOM AGENCY
Holsteinsgade 63
2100 COPENHAGEN
Tel 1: +45 3543 0333
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +45 3543 4006
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: ell@tst.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
LICHTENBERGER Annamaria
ITALTEL
Via Alessio di Tocqueville, 13
20154 MILANO
Tel 1: +39 2 4388 5113
Tel 2:
Mob : +39 338 6186 766
Fax 1: +39 2 4388 5379
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: laure.borlenghi@italtel.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
LJUNGBERG Eric
TELIA RESEARCH AB
P.O. Box 85
20120 MALMÖ
Tel 1: +46 40 10 51 43
Tel 2:
Mob : + 46 70 59 44 444
Fax 1: +46 40 30 70 29
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: eric.h.ljungberg@telia.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
LORENZ Martin
DEBIS SYTEMHANS GEI
Neutorgraben 1B
90419 NURNBERG
Tel 1: +49 911 3788 0
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +49 911 3788 100
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: martin.lorenz@debis.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
LUCAS Philippe
CEGETEL
Tour Séquoia
1 Place Carpeaux
92915 PARIS LA DEFENSE CEDEX
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+33 1 41 97 67 38
+33 1 41 97 65 07
+33 6 12 72 60 34
+33 1 41 97 71 43
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: philippe.lucas@mail1.sfr.fr
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
MAIER Gerhard M.
SHARP LAB.EUROPE LTD.
Edmund Halley Rd.
Oxford Science Park
OXFORD OX4 8DT
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+44 1 865 747 711
+44 1 865 716 689
+44 385 250 950
+44 1 865 747 717
+44 1 865 716 689
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+49 611 3611 410
+49 611 3611 401
+49 171 850 8100
+49 611 260 439
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: gerhard.maier@sharp.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
MALMBAK Per
MOTOROLA
Cellular Subscriber Division
Hagenauer Str.47
65203 WIESBADEN
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: tres01@email.mot.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
MARTTINEN Kari
SONERA Ltd
PO Box 980
00051 SONERA
Tel 1: +358 2040 3969
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 400 400 068
Fax 1: +358 2040 65321
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: kari.marttinen@sonera.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
MATYS Ivan
EUROTEL
Sokolovska 855/225
Po Box 49
190 00 PRAHA 9
Tel 1: +420 2 6701 2807
Tel 2:
Mob : +420 602 600 081
Fax 1: +420 2 6701 2809
Fax 2:
CZECH REPUBLIC
E-Mail Internet: ivan_matys@eurotel.cz
Name:
Company:
Address:
MAUL Heino
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
Thurn-und-Taxis Str.10
90411 NURNBERG
Tel 1: +49 911 526 3128
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 3080 772
Fax 1: +49 911 526 2979
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: hmaul@lucent.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
McFARLANE David
NOKIA
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet:
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
McINTOSH Chris
INTERWAVE COMMUNICATIONS
Z.I. Paris Nord II Immeuble de Sisley - 2ème étage
23, Allée des Impressionistes BP 50295
95958 ROISSY CDG
Tel 1: +33 1 49 38 91 95
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 49 38 91 90
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: chrism@iwv.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
MECROW Steve
BRITISH TELECOM
2-02 Bibb Way
Ipswich
SUFFOLK IP1 2EQ
Tel 1: +44 41 00 28511
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1473 227884
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: steve.mecrow@bt.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
MEDEIROS Francisco
NEC TECHNOLOGIES (UK) LTD
5 Bath Road
Slough
BERKSHIRE SL1 3UA
Tel 1: +44 1753 606 943
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1753 606 901
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: Medeiros@isd-nec.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
MEINERT-NIELSEN Henrik
TELITAL R&D DENMARK A/S
Oestre Allé 6
9530 STØVRING
Tel 1: +45 99 86 22 00
Tel 2:
Mob : +45 40 80 53 41
Fax 1: +45 99 86 2301
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: hem@telital.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
MELVIN Linda
Tel 1:
NORTH AMERCIAN INTEREST GROUP of GSM MoU
PO Box 333
Mob :
Fax 1:
LA HONDA, CA 94020
Fax 2:
+1 650 747 0993
Tel 2:
+650 483 1127
+1 650 747 0649
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: lmelvin@gsmna.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
MICHAU Philippe
THOMSON-CSF/DCH
160 Boulevard de Valmy
BP. 82
92704 COLOMBES
Tel 1: +33 1 46 13 34 49
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 46 13 25 01
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: philippe.michau@tcc.thomson-cif.com
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
MIYATA Teruaki
COMFORT Inc.
Residence Miyata 602, 1 13 12
Misuji, Taito-Ku
TOKYO ZIP 111-0055
Tel 1: +3 5687 1397
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +3 5687 1389
Fax 2:
JAPAN
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
MOULY Michel
NORTEL
4, rue Elisee Reclus
91120 PALAISEAU
Tel 1: +33 1 6931 48 48
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 59 41 76
Fax 1: +33 1 6931 0338
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: MMouly@wanadoo.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
MOUTON Christian
ALCATEL
32 Avenue Kleber
92707 COLOMBES CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 55 66 37 41
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 1 06 08 43 44 02
Fax 1: +33 1 55 66 44 50
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: christian.mouton@bsf.alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
MÜLLER Susanne
TEKTRONIX
Wemmerdamm 5
13629 BERLIN
Tel 1: +49 30 386 270 33
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 308 9887
Fax 1: +49 30 386 22524
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: susanne.muëller@tek.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
NAPOLITANO Antonella
CSELT
Via G. Reiss Romoli 274
10148 TORINO
Tel 1: +39 0 1122 85040
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 0 1122 85295
Fax 2: +39 0 1122 85582
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: antonella.napolitano@cselt.it
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
NAVARRO William
SMG11 TFO Chairman
NORTEL MATRA CELLULAR
1, Place des Frères Montgolfier
BP 50
78402 GUYANCOURT CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 39 44 57 56
Tel 2: +33 1 39 44 44 44
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 39 44 50 12
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: navarro@nortel.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
NEUMANN Peter Dr.
SIEMENS AG
PN KE TT41
Hofmannstraße 51
81359 MÜNCHEN
Tel 1: +49 89 722 36718
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 172 890 44 28
Fax 1: +49 89 722 37078
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: peter.neumann@pn.siemens.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
NIELSEN Henning Bjarke
SONY PMC EUROPE
Max-Planks Strasse 8
85609 ASCHLEIM-DORNACH
Tel 1: +49 89 94578 107
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 172 839 2670
Fax 1: +49 89 94578 412
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: bjarke.nielsen@ipce.eu.sony.co.jp
Name:
Company:
Address:
NISULA Jaako
OMNITELE
Talberginkatu 2 A
P O BOX 969
00101 HELSINKI
Tel 1: +358 9 6959 9274
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 9 685 2480
Fax 1: +358 50 300 0212
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: jaakko.nisula@omnitele.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
NODA Akishige
FUJITSU
2-12-5 Shimokodanaka Nakahara
KAWASAKI
Tel 1: +81 44 754 4196
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +81 44 754 4148
Fax 2:
JAPAN
E-Mail Internet: noda@ss.ts.fujitsu.co.jp
Name:
Company:
Address:
NORRIS Simon
Tel 1: +44 1635 588951
MATSUSHITA COMMUNICATION INDUSTRIAL UK
Daytona drive, Colthrop
Mob : +44 7887 822389
Thatcham
Fax 1: +44 1 635 866 193
BERKSHIRE RG 19 4ZD
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: simon.norris@mci.co.uk
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
OHANA Alain
BELLSOUTH MOBILITY DCS
3353 Peachtree Road N.E.
Suite 300
ATLANTA, GA 30326
Tel 1: +1 972 517 0709
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 972 517 0709
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: alain.ohana@pcs.bls.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
PASANEN Matti
SONERA
PO Box 980
00051 SONERA
Tel 1: +358 2040 3674
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 400 400 173
Fax 1: +358 2040 36242
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: matti.pasanen@sonera.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
PETERSEN Johan
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 06
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 1476 1450
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: johan.petersen@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
PIKE Simon
SMG 8 Chairman
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
Sigma Building, Widmill Hill
Business Park
SWINDON, WILTSHIRE SN5 6PP
Tel 1: +44 1 793 883 206
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1793 883 3232
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: spike2@lucent.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
PILLEKAMP Klaus-Dieter
SIEMENS AG
PN KE T121
Kaiser-Wilhelm-Str. 56
46393 BOCHOLT
Tel 1: +49 2871 91 2621
Tel 2:
Mob : +1 7281 23680
Fax 1: +49 2871 913387
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: klaus-dieter.pillekampàpn.siemens.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
PIRILÄ Hannu
NOKIA MOBILE PHONES LTD
PO BOX 86 Woenswunkatu 7EJ
24101 SALO
Tel 1: +358 10 505 4536
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 50 3131 040
Fax 1: +358 10 505 4770
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: hannu.pirila@nmp.nokia.com
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
POPE Maurice
ETSI/SMS Dept.
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 59
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 47 16
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: maurice.pope@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
PORZIO GIUSTO Pietro
TELECOM ITALIA MOBILE (STET)
Largo Tassoni, 323
00186 ROMA
Tel 1: +39 06 3900 9020
Tel 2:
Mob : +39 335 633 3565
Fax 1: +39 06 3900 9033
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: pporzio@tim.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
REICHL Wolfgang
OEFEG / AUSTRIA
PO Box 147
FZG Arsenal Objekt 24
1103 WIEN
Tel 1: +43 1 797 8028
Tel 2:
Mob : +43 664 400 1700
Fax 1: +43 1 797 8013
Fax 2:
AUSTRIA
E-Mail Internet: rei@oefeg.co.at
Name:
Company:
Address:
REMY Jean Gabriel
SFR
1, Place Carpeaux
BP 601
92915 PARIS LA DEFENSE CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 5568 3322
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 09 71 11 99
Fax 1: +33 1 55 68 33 25
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: jean-gabriel.remy@mail1.sfr.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
ROBINSON Bill
MOTOROLA
London Road
Old Basing, Basingstoke
HAMPSHIRE RG24 7JL
Tel 1: +44 1256 790 548
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 7771 507 472
Fax 1: +44 1256 790 190
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: bill_robinson@euro.css.mot.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
RODERMUND Friedhelm
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 43 24
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 172 8900918
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: friedhelm.rodermund@etsi.fr
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
RODRIGUEZ Carole
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4262
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: carole.rodriguez@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
ROMUNEN Jukka
NOKIA MOBILE PHONES
PO BOX 86
24101 SALO
Tel 1: +358 10 505 5462
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 40556 5929
Fax 1: +358 10 505 4600
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: jukka.romunen@nmp.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
ROULE Jan
PAEGAS
RADIOMOBIL
Londynska 59,
12001 PRAHA 2
Tel 1: +420 2 216 20 535
Tel 2:
Mob : +420 603 400 535
Fax 1: +420 2 216 20 536
Fax 2:
CZECK REPUBLIC
E-Mail Internet: roulej@radiomobil.cz
Name:
Company:
Address:
ROUSSEAU Emmanuel
ALCATEL MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
32 Avenue Kléber
92707 COLOMBES CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 4652 1264
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 0 789 0195
Fax 1: +33 1 4652 8024
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: emmanuel.rousseau@art.alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
RUCK Harald
TELKOM SA
Private Bag X74
PRETORIA 0001
Tel 1: +2712 311 2308
Tel 2:
Mob : +2782 7856 943
Fax 1: +2712 311 1061
Fax 2:
SOUTH AFRICA
E-Mail Internet: ruckhw@telkom.co.za
Name:
Company:
Address:
SAMUKIC Antun
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 43 52
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 09 26 15 00
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: antun.samukic@etsi.fr
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
SANDEGREN Gunnar
SMG Vice Chairman
ERICSSON RADIO SYSTEMS AB
Torshamnsgatan 23
KISTA
16480 STOCKHOLM
Tel 1: +46 8 757 2507
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 591 2507
Fax 1: +46 8 404 8040
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: gunnar.sandegren@era.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
SANDERS Michael
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 90
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: michael.sanders@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
SASAKI Akio
ARIB
Nittochi Bldg. 14F, 1-4-1
Kasugaseki, Chiyoda-ku
TOKYO 100 0013
Tel 1: +81 3 5510 8594
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +81 3 3592 1103
Fax 2:
JAPAN
E-Mail Internet: sasaki@arib.or.jp
Name:
Company:
Address:
SCHROETER Matthias
DeTeMobil GmbH
Landgrabenweg 151
PO Box 300463
53227 BONN
Tel 1: +49 228 936 7120
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 228 936 7129
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: matthias.schroeter@t-mobil.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
SCHUHOVÁ Zdena
RADIOMOBIL AS / PAEGAS
Londýnská 59
12021 PRAHA 2
Tel 1: +420 603 620 301
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +420 603 620 306
Fax 2:
CZECH REPUBLIC
E-Mail Internet: schuhovaz@radiomobil.cz
Name:
Company:
Address:
SCHWARZ Holger
E-PLUS MOBILFUNK GmbH
E-Plus-Platz
40468 DUSSELDORF
Tel 1: +49 211 448 4782
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 177 448 4782
Fax 1: +49 211 448 4046
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: holger.schwarz@eplus.de
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
SETTIMO Franco
OMNITEL PRONTO ITALIA
Via G. Jervis, 13
10115 IVREA (TO)
Tel 1: +39 125 624427
Tel 2:
Mob : +39 348 999 8584
Fax 1: +39 125 624 708
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: franco.settimo@omnitel.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
SIMMONS Paul
NORTEL
19, avenue du Centre
Montigny Le Bretonneux - PC CT 111
78928 YVELINES CEDEX 9
Tel 1: +33 1 39 44 55 95
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 21 01 72
Fax 1: +33 1 39 44 50 12
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: simmonsp@nortel.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
SIMONIC Tomaz
MOBITEL SLOVENIA
Dunajska 22
1000 LJUBLJANA
Tel 1: +386 61 1313 033
Tel 2:
Mob : +386 416 11242
Fax 1: +386 61 132 1144
Fax 2:
SLOVENIA
E-Mail Internet: tomaz.simonic@mobitel.si
Name:
Company:
Address:
SOMERVILLE Michelle
KENWOOD
Azure House, Bagshor Road
BRACKMELL
BERKS
Tel 1: +44 1 344 380 640
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
SU Huan-yu
ROCKWELL SEMICONDUCTOR SYSTEMS
4311 Jamboree Road
Newport Beach
CA 92660-3095
Tel 1: +1 949 221 6365
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 949 221 6361
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: hysu@nb.rockwell.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
SUNDBORG Jonas
ERICSSON RADIO SYSTEMS AB
ERA/U
164 80 STOCKHOLM
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+46 8 404 8035
+46 70 6748035
+46 8 404 8040
+46 70 616 8035
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: jonas.sundborg@era.ericsson.se
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
SWINBURNE Martin
ORANGE PCS LTD
St. James Court, Great Park Road
Almondsbury
BRISTOL BS32 4QJ
Tel 1: +44 1 454 206716
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 973 202 678
Fax 1: +44 1454 206629
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: martin.swinburne@orange.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
TAKABATAKE Tatsumi
NEC
1131 Hinode
Abiko
CHIBA
Tel 1: +81 471 85 7172
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +81 471 85 6863
Fax 2:
JAPAN
E-Mail Internet: takabatake@mcs.abk.nec.co.jp
Name:
Company:
Address:
TARAZI Roger
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 28
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: roger.tarazi@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
THOMAS Rémi
SMG 7 Chairman - SMG 7 Signalling Chairman
FRANCE TELECOM
CNET/DMR
38-40 Rue Général Leclerc
92794 ISSY MOULINEAUX CEDEX 9
Tel 1: +33 1 45 29 64 07
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 01 22 35
Fax 1: +33 1 45 29 63 07
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: remi.thomas@cnet.francetelecom.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
THORLBY Paul
DERA
St. Andrews Road
Malvern
WORESTERSHIRE W14 3PS
Tel 1: +44 1684 895 030
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 802 355 596
Fax 1: +44 1684 895 646
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: jpthorlby@dera.gov.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
TOCZE Lionel
CANON RESEARCH CENTRE FRANCE
Rue de la Touche Lambert
35517 CESSON SEVIGNE CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 2 99 84 68 57
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 2 99 84 11 30
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: tocze@crf.canon.fr
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name: TOEPFER Armin
SMG 1 Vice Chairman - GSM MoU SERG Chairman
533 2838
Company:
Address:
MANNESMANN MOBILFUNK GmbH
Am Seestern 1
40543 DÜSSELDORF
Tel 1: +49 211
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 172 2100 748
Fax 1: +49 211 533 2804
Fax 2: +49 172 2100 748
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: armin.toepfer@d2privat.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
TOGNETTI Guido
TELITAL
Viale Stazione di Prosecco 5/8
34010 SCONICO TRIESTE
Tel 1: +39 40 4192 359
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 40 251257
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: guido.tognetti@rs1.telital.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
TOMPKINS Robert W.
ICO GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS
16 Garden Close
WATFORD WD1 3DP
Tel 1: +44 1 923 224 538
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +44 1 923 3366 35
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: robert.tompkins@mcmail.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
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AIRTOUCH EUROPE
2999 Oak Road
WALNUT CREEK, CA 94596
Tel 1: +1 510 210 3445
Tel 2:
Mob : +1 510 220 7797
Fax 1: +1 510 210 3469
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: paola.tonelli@airtouch.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
TRONCHON Stéphane
ETSI/Directorate
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 92 4260
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 47 16
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: stephane.tronchon@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
TWINGLER Jonas
DSC COMMUNICATION
3800 Forest Hill Irene Road
Memphis
TENNESSEE 38125
Tel 1: +1 901 624 4450
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 324 1012
Fax 1: +1 901 624 4100
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: jtwingler@celcore.com
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
URIE Alistair
ALCATEL
MCD/CPG
10, rue Latécoère
78141 VELIZY CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 3077 3623
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 0841 7445
Fax 1: +33 1 30 77 08 88
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: alistair.urie@alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
USAI Paolo
SMG11 Vice Chairman - SMG11 SQ Chairman
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 36
Tel 2: +33 4 92 94 42 66
Mob : +39 335 387 164
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: paolo.usai@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
VAINIKKA Jari
NOKIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS
PO Box 300
00045 NOKIA GROUP
Tel 1: +358 9 5116 8098
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 40 511 88 66
Fax 1: +358 9 5116 8080
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: Jari.vainikka@ntc.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
VALME Niclas
TELIA MOBILE AB
Augustendalsvägen 7
131 86 NACKA STRAND
Tel 1: +46 8 601 7429
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 705884663
Fax 1: +46 07 611 4663
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: nic@hk.mobile.telia.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
VALTA Ekkehard
REG TP
Canisiusstr. 21
55122 MAINZ
Tel 1: +49 6131 18 2229
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +49 6131 18 5613
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: valta@bapt.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
VAN BOKHORST Ruud
PHILIPS BUSINESS COM.
Anth. Fokkerweg 5
P.O. Box 32
1200 JD HILVERSUM
Tel 1: +31 35 689 35 61
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +31 35 689 10 30
Fax 2:
THE NETHERLANDS
E-Mail Internet: bokhors1@nlhsmbcs.snads.philips.nl
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Name:
Company:
Address:
VAN DER AREND Peter
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4231
Tel 2: +33 4 9294 4262
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: peter.vanderarend@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
VASNIER Frédéric
ALCATEL MOBILE PHONES
32, avenue Kléber
92707 COLOMBES CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 46 52 12 47
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 08 43 43 78
Fax 1: +33 1 55 66 7826
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: frédéric.vasnier@bsf.alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
VEDDER Klaus
SMG 9 Chairman
GIESECKE & DEVRIENT GmbH
Prinzregentenstr.159
Postfach 80 07 29
81607 MÜNCHEN
Tel 1: +49 89 4119 1542
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 89 4119 1540
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: klaus.vedder@gdm.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
VERBESTEL Willy
MOTOROLA SATCOM
2501 S.Price Road
G-1218
CHANDLER, AZ 85248-2899
Tel 1: +1 602 732 2339
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 8566592
Fax 1: +1 602 732 6350
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: P26458@email.mot.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
VOKROUHLIKOVA Lenka
EURO TEL PRAHA spol
Sokolovská 855/225
19000 PRAHA
Tel 1: +42 02 6701 1136
Tel 2: +420 602 600 795
Fax 1: +42 02 6701 8200
Fax 2:
CZECH REPUBLIC
E-Mail Internet: lenka_vokrouhlikova@eurotel.cz
Name:
Company:
Address:
VOSTERS Jean
ALCATEL BELL
1, Pl. Francis Wellesplein
2018 ANTWERPEN
Tel 1: +32 3 240 7541
Tel 2:
Mob : +32 75 83 61 96
Fax 1: +32 3 240 9989
Fax 2:
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: jean.vosters@alcatel.be
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
WALKER Duncan
ANITE
SAT Development manager
127 Fleet Road, Fleet
HAMPSHIRE GU13 8PD
Tel 1: +44 1 252 775200
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 252 775 322
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: duncan.walker@anitesystems.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
WALKER Michael
SMG10 Chairman - SMG10 BSG Chairman Tel 1: +44 1635 503 886
VODAFONE LTD
The Courtyard
2-4 London Road
NEWBURY, BERKSHIRE RG14 1JX
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 277 687
Fax 1: +44 1635 31127
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: mike.walker@vf.vodafone.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
WALTER Knut Erik
TELENOR MOBIL AS
St. Olavs Plass
PO Box 6746
0130 OSLO
Tel 1: +47 2278 5525
Tel 2:
Mob : +47 9002 2727
Fax 1: +47 2278 5500
Fax 2:
NORWAY
E-Mail Internet: Knut-erik.walter@oslo.mobil.telenor.no
Name:
Company:
Address:
WATANABE Kunio
ARIB
4-1-1 Kamistodanaka
Nakahara-Ku
KAWASAKI 211-88
Tel 1: +81 44 754 3850
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +81 44 754 3880
Fax 2:
JAPAN
E-Mail Internet: watanabe@mcws.ts.fujitsu.co.jp
Name:
Company:
Address:
WATSON Andrew W.D.
MOTOROLA
16 Euroway
Blagrove 2
SWINDON SN5 8YW
Tel 1: +44 1 793 566 230
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 318 522
Fax 1: +44 1 793 566225
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: watsona@ecid.cig.mot.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
WEAVER Kerry
NOKIA
2300 Valley View Lane
Suite 100
IRVING, TEXAS 75062
Tel 1: +1 972 257 9811
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 972 257 9988
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet:
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16/11/98
Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
WEILER Dirk
SIEMENS AG
ICN CA MS MA
Hofmannstraße 51
81359 MÜNCHEN
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+49 89 722 26203
+49 171 334 0791
+49 89 722 21882
+49 89 722 57185
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: Dirk.Weiler@mn.oen.siemens.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
WIEBKE Thomas
PANASONIC DEUTSCHLAND
Monzastr. 4c
63225 LANGEN
Tel 1: +49 6103 766 161
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +49 6103 766 166
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: wiebke@panasonic.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
WIENER Antony
ONE-2-ONE
Imperial Place
Maxwell Road, Borehamwood
HERTS WD6 1EA
Tel 1: +44 181 214 2290
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 7 957 279 131
Fax 1: +44 181 905 1671
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: twiener@one2one.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
WIKSTRÖM Tom
TELECOM. ADMINISTRATION CENTRE
Itämerenkatu 3A
00180 HELSINKI
Tel 1: +358 9 696 6877
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 50 3138 456
Fax 1: +358 9 696 6811
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: tom.wikstrom@thk.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
WILLIAMS David
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 61
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
WURFFEL Emmanuelle
ETSI/PT SMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4266
Tel 2:
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: emmanuelle.wurffel@etsi.fr
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Participants to ETSI/TC/SMG#27 - 12-16 October 1998 in Praha
Name:
Company:
Address:
XIAOYUN Wang
RITT
MPT, Radio Dept.
Yue Tan Nan Jie 11#
100045 BEIJING
Tel 1: +86 10 63 604877
Tel 2:
Mob : +86 138 1158303
Fax 1: +86 10 63604879
Fax 2:
CHINA
E-Mail Internet: mcbtech@public3.bta.net.cn
Name:
Company:
Address:
YABUSAKI Masami
NTT DoCoMo
Shin-Nikko Bldg. East Tower
10-1, Toranomon 2-Chome Minato-ku
TOKYO 105-8436
Tel 1: +81 3 5563 8299
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 8259 4358
Fax 1: +81 3 5572 6526
Fax 2:
JAPAN
E-Mail Internet: yabusaki@nw.yrp.nttdocomo.co.jp
Name:
Company:
Address:
YAMAMOTO Kouji
NTT DoCoMo
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
JAPAN
E-Mail Internet:
Name:
Company:
Address:
ZELMER Donald E.
BELLSOUTH MOBILITY DCS
3353 Peachtree Road N.E.
Suite 300
ATLANTA, GA 30326
Tel 1: +1 404 841 2013
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 404 841 2045
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: dzelmer@pcs.bls.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
ZHANG Huayan
ERICSSON (CHINA) CY LTD.
No. 9 East Dongfang Road
North Dongsanhuan Road
BEIJING 100027
Tel 1: +86 10 6463 2288
Tel 2:
Mob : + 86139 1235194
Fax 1: +86 10 6461 5405
Fax 2:
CHINA
E-Mail Internet: etc.etcterry@memo.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
ZHIQIN Wang
RITT
MPT, Radio Dept.
Yue Tan Nan Jie 11#
100045 BEIJING
Tel 1: +86 10 680 94467
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +86 10 680 34801
Fax 2:
CHINA
E-Mail Internet:
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ETSI/SMG(98) 4 Annex 2
ETSI SMG
Meeting n°27
Prague, 12th - 16th of October, 1998
Annex 2:
Status of CRs and new specifications presented to the meeting
Introduction :
This following list contains the final status of all Change Requests,
that were presented to SMG#27.
The statistics (see below) is based on that list.
Statistics
Phase
Phase
CRs presented by SMG 0
CRs presented by SMG 1
CRs presented by SMG 2
CRs presented by SMG 3
CRs presented by SMG 4
CRs presented by SMG 6
CRs presented by SMG 7
CRs presented by SMG 8
CRs presented by SMG 9
CRs presented by SMG 10
CRs presented by SMG 11
CRs presented by SMG 12
Phase
Phase
CRs
CRs
approved
rejected
51
1
CRs
CRs
approved
withdrawn
242
2
2
CRs
CRs
CRs
approved
postponed -> SMG#28
withdrawn
36
1
CRs
CRs
approved
withdrawn
4
1
1
1
CRs
CRs
CRs
CRs
approved
email app by 18 Nov.
informative
postponed -> SMG#28
R97
CRs under responsibility of the following STCs have been
submitted by the time of printing : 16-Nov-98
1
9
128
87
47
5
45
9
25
3
2
21
39
1
R96
New specifications that were submitted for approval are also listed.
Phase
16-Nov-98
2
R98
UMTS
382 CRs were presented in total
382 CRs presented in total
Page 1 of 14
Status of new specifications presented to SMG #27.
TDoc SPEC
98-0674
98-0557
98-0680
98-0533
98-0534
98-0757
98-0776
98-0756
98-0718
98-0719
98-0543
98-0542
98-0555
98-0558
98-0754
98-0755
98-0758
98-0536
02.19
02.43
02.56
03.33
03.35
03.56
03.57
03.73
04.72
09.13
13.68
13.69
22.00
22.75
23.01
23.10
23.20
33.21
PHASE
R98
R98
R98
R98
R98
R98
R98
R98
R98
R97
R96
R96
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
SUBJECT
SIM Application Programming Interface (API)
Support of Localised Service Area (SoLSA);Service description; Stage 1 Release 1998
Cordless Telephone System (CTS) Stage 1
Lawful Interception stage 2
Immediate Service Termination (IST) stage 2
CTS architecture description stage 1
Mobile Station Application Execution Environment (MExE) Stage 2
SoLSA stage 2
Call Deflection stage 3
Signalling interworking between ISDN ASE and MAP protocolsversion 2.0.0 (98P239)
EN 301 419-3 ASCI Harmonised standard
EN 301 419-7 R-GSM Harmonised standard
UMTS Phase 1 Specifications
Service aspects advanced addressing
General UMTS Architecture
UMTS Access Stratum;Services and functions
Evolution of the GSM platform towards UMTS
UMTS security requirements
STATUS
NEW_VERS
SOURCE
approved
approved
approved
informative
approved
informative
informative
informative
informative
approved
approved
approved
informative
approved
informative
informative
informative
informative
7.0.0
7.0.0
7.0.0
1.0.0
7.0.0
1.0.0
1.0.2
1.0.0
1.0.0
6.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
1.0.0
3.0.0
1.0.0
1.0.0
1.0.0
1.0.0
SMG9
SMG1
SMG1
SMG10
SMG10
SMG12
SMG4
SMG12
SMG3
SMG3
SMG7
SMG7
SMG1
SMG1
SMG12
SMG12
SMG12
SMG10
Status of CRs presented to SMG #27.
TDoc
Spec
CR
02.07
Mobile Station (MS) Features.
A019
R98
B
Addition of the SoLSA feature
98-0548
approved
7.0.0
Service Accessibility.
A011
R98
B
98-0548
approved
7.0.0
Subscriber Identity Modules, Functional Characteristics
A001
R96
B
Alignment of GSM 02.17 with GSM 11.11 and GSM 11.14
A003
R98
B
Alignment of GSM 02.17 with GSM 11.11 and GSM 11.14
98-0672
98-0672
approved
approved
5.1.0
7.1.0
Lawful interception - stage 1
A002 2
R98
C
Location Dependent Interception
A003 2
R98
C
Lawful Interception security
98-0532
98-0532
approved
approved
7.1.0
7.1.0
02.11
02.17
02.33
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
Addition of the SoLSA feature
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Status
NEW_VERS
TDoc
Spec
CR
02.40
Procedures for Call Progress Indications.
A002
R98
D
Harmonization between GSM 02.40 version 5.0.0 and J-STD-007 Volu
98-0549
approved
7.0.0
Call Deflection Service description, Stage 1
A001
R98
F
General review of 02.72 /Allow final approval of the CD service
98-0550
approved
7.1.0
Numbering, Addressing and Identification
A009 3
R96
F
Definition of SSN for MAP signalling to the gsmSCF
A010 3
R97
F
Definition of national SSNs for GPRS
A011 1
R97
A
Definition of SSN for MAP signalling to the gsmSCF
98-0730
98-0730
98-0730
withdrawn
withdrawn
withdrawn
Organization of Subscriber Data
A016 1
R97
C
Signalling and SMS radio priority level
98-0725
approved
6.2.0
98-0736
98-0739
approved
approved
7.0.0
7.0.0
Subscriber Data Management
A016 1
R97
F
CAMEL capability handling
98-0724
approved
6.2.0
Basic Call Handling
A022 1
R97
A023
R96
A024
R97
A025
R96
A026
R97
A027 1
R97
A028 1
R96
A029
R97
98-0722
98-0726
98-0725
98-0768
98-0768
98-0726
98-0726
98-0721
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
5.6.0
6.2.0
5.6.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
5.6.0
6.2.0
Universal Geographical Area Description (GAD)
A002 1
R96
F
Error correction in GSM 03.32 for value of uncertainty
98-0723
approved
5.2.0
Technical Realization of the Short Message Service (SMS) Point-to-point(PP)
A083
R98
B
User Data Header Identifier value for Concatenated Short Message
A084
R98
B
User Data Header Identifier value for Wireless Control Message Proto
A085
R98
D
Insertion of padding bits to a user data header
98-0738
98-0738
98-0738
approved
approved
approved
7.1.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
Transmission Planning Aspects of the Speech Service in the GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) System.
A014
R96
F
Correction of reference in Section 1.1
98-0704 approved
A015
2
F
Correction of reference in Section 1.1
98-0704 approved
5.2.0
4.5.0
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) Service description; Stage 2
A065 1
R97
F
Deletion of the Standby timer function
6.2.0
02.72
03.03
03.08
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) Connection Types.
A008
R98
D
Clarification of RA0 adaptation function
'strategic' A009
R98
F
Information transfer protocol model updates
Status
NEW_VERS
03.10
03.16
03.18
03.32
03.40
'strategic'
'strategic'
03.50
03.60
'strategic'
F
F
C
C
C
F
F
F
Corrections and alignments for CCBS & CAMEL Phase 2
Corrections for successful case of TCH allocation
Provide Subscriber Info for GPRS subscribers
Optionality of support for OR of basic mobile-to-mobile calls
Optionality of support for OR of basic mobile-to-mobile calls
Suppression of alerting to originating MS in the case of early ACM
Suppression of alerting to originating MS in the case of early ACM
Correction of handling for failure case of CCBS OG call handling
98-0753
Page 3 of 14
approved
Spec
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
03.64
03.78
03.79
03.93
04.07
CR
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
A066
A068
A069
A070
A071
A072
A073
A074
A075
A076
A077
A078
A079
A080
A082
A088
A090
1
1
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
Clarification for the usage of combined procedures
Improvement for the SGSN change procedure
BSSGP flow control
Alignment of 03.60 on 08.18 CR "RAC added to cell identity IE"
Restoration procedures
Incremental Insert and Delete Subscriber Data procedures
PDP Context Modification for one NSAPI only
PDP context deactivation after GGSN failure
Generation and distribution of Charging Id
Signalling and SMS radio priority levels
Handling of GPRS Classmark
Alignment of references to NSAPI and addition of TI to context tables
Removing GPRS’s degradation of CAMEL’s Any Time Interrogation p
Inconsistency in MS unreachable specification between 09.18 and 03.6
Various improvements
GPRS information in the SIM and the ME
A interface suspend and resume
98-0753
98-0753
98-0753
98-0753
98-0753
98-0753
98-0753
98-0753
98-0752
98-0753
98-0753
98-0752
98-0752
98-0753
98-0753
98-0753
98-0753
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
Overall description of the GPRS radio interface; Stage 2
A044
R97
F
Clarification on PACCH allocation for fixed assignment
A050
R97
F
Changes on all chapters to align the spec. with other GPRS specificatio
98-0663
98-0663
approved
approved
6.1.0
6.1.0
CAMEL Phase 1 (stage 2)
A025 2
R97
F
A029 1
R97
F
A033
R96
F
A034 2
R97
F
A037 1
R97
C
A043
R97
C
98-0724
98-0724
98-0723
98-0724
98-0724
98-0724
approved
approved
approved
approved
postponed -> SMG#28
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
5.6.0
6.2.0
Support of Optimal Routing phase 1 (stage 2)
A006
R96
C
Optionality of support for OR of basic mobile-to-mobile calls
98-0768
approved
5.4.0
Technical realization of Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS); Stage 2
A005 1
R97
D
Editorial cleanup on figure numbering
A006 1
R97
F
Correction of VMSC model
A007 1
R97
F
Correction of HLR functionality to support MAP(linked with CR 09.02
A008 1
R97
F
Correction of CCBS_Coordinator_HLR
98-0720
98-0720
98-0720
98-0720
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
Mobile Radio Interface Signalling Layer 3 - General Aspects
A019
R97
F
SNSM Primitives
98-0677
approved
6.2.0
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
CAMEL Phase 2 stage 2
Corrections
Corrections to any Time Interrogation
Interworking CAMEL with general Bearer Service
Removal of O_Not_Reachable and T_Not_Reachable detection points
GSM Forwarding Pending Indication in IDP Operation
Page 4 of 14
Status
NEW_VERS
6.2.0
TDoc
Spec
CR
04.08
Mobile Radio Interface - Layer 3 Specification
A329 1
R97
F
Deletion of the STANDBY timer
A330 1
R97
F
Addition of downlink single block assignment for GPRS
A332
R97
F
Correction of packet downlink assignment procedure
A333
R97
F
Radio priority level signalling for MO SMS
A335 3
R97
F
Classmark split
A336 1
R97
F
Scheduling of SI-13
A337 1
R97
F
MS initiated detach procedure collision handling
A339 1
R97
F
Definition of IEI values for optional information elements
A342 2
R97
F
Clarification of the Classmark 3 IE
A343 1
R97
F
Various corrections to GSM 04.08
A345 1
R97
F
SAPI negotiation at AA PDP context activation
A346
R97
F
Addition of Network Operation mode in SI 13
A347 1
R97
F
Clarification of the GMM cause code handling
A348
R97
F
Deletion of Mac Mode in SI 13
A349 1
R97
F
Modification of PDP address IE coding
A350 1
R97
F
Allows Fixed or Dynamic Access mode in one phase packet access mo
A351
R97
F
Clarifications in the negotiation of the READY Timer value
A352
R97
F
Pb parameter defined in SI 13 used only on PCCH misplaced
A355
2
F
Clarification of CM3 and ES IND bit handling in classmark 1 and 2
A357 1
R97
D
Editorial changes in section 9.1 due to wrong numbering of tables and f
A359
R97
D
Editorial changes in section 9.2 due to wrong numbering of tables and f
A360
R97
F
RLC/MAC timers
QoS correction
A363 1
R97
F
A364
R97
F
The length of downlink TFI
A365 1
R97
F
Change of IEI for the allowed action IE in the DISCONNECT message
A367
R97
D
Editorial changes in section 9.3 and 10.5 due to wrong numbering of ta
A368 1
R97
F
Support of split pg cycle on CCCH
A370
R96
F
Clarification of the classmark 3 IE
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
Status
NEW_VERS
98-0677
98-0663
98-0663
98-0677
98-0677
98-0663
98-0677
98-0677
98-0662
98-0677
98-0677
98-0663
98-0677
98-0663
98-0677
98-0663
98-0677
98-0663
98-0715
98-0698
98-0698
98-0663
98-0677
98-0663
98-0588
98-0698
98-0663
98-0662
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
rejected
postponed -> SMG#28
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
98-0662
approved
5.1.0
98-0739
98-0736
approved
approved
7.0.0
5.6.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
5.11.0
04.14
A002
04.21
'strategic'
04.22
R96
D
Changes to 04.14
Rate Adaption on the Mobile Station - Base Station System (MS-BSS) Interface.
A012
R98
D
Synchronisation
A013
R96
F
Break handling
Radio Link Protocol (RLP) for Data and Telematic services on the (MS-BSS) Interface and the Base Station System-Mobile-Services Switchin
6.1.0
A017
R97
F
Use of Poll/Final-Bit for REMAP
98-0736 approved
98-0736 approved
6.1.0
A018
R97
F
No XID during REMAP
98-0736 approved
6.1.0
A019
R97
F
Applicability of default values for REMAP procedure
Page 5 of 14
Spec
CR
A020
A021
04.60
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
R96
R96
F
F
Applicability of default values for REMAP procedure
No XID during REMAP
98-0736
98-0736
Status
approved
approved
NEW_VERS
5.5.0
5.5.0
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Mobile Station (MS) - Base Station System (BSS) interface; Radio Link Control/ Medium Access Contr
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A031 1
R97
F
Clarification of terminology for release of TBF
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A032
R97
F
Clarification of terminology for LLC PDU (frames)
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A033
R97
F
Radio Priority
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A034 2
R97
F
Updates to 3.1 Vocabulary
6.2.0
A035 1
R97
F
Correction of various minor errors in clause 5
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A036 2
R97
F
Clarification of the relation between Medium Access mode and MS M
98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A037 1
R97
F
Identifying a TBF
6.2.0
A038 2
R97
F
Editorial corrections
98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A039
R97
F
Packet Polling Request corrections
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A040 1
R97
F
Setting of Retry (R) bit
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A041
R97
F
Improvement of timer handling
6.2.0
A042
R97
F
Corrections of name of PACKET POWER CONTROL/TIMING ADV 98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A043
R97
F
Use of logical channel in response to PACKET CHANNEL REQUES
6.2.0
A044
R97
F
Editorial corrections
98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A045
R97
F
Fixed length TBF
6.2.0
A047 1
R97
F
Network prioritisation and transmission of Packet Dummy Control Blo 98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A048 1
R97
F
Packet Timeslot Reconfigure
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A049 1
R97
F
Improvement of the DRX mode procedure
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A050 1
R97
F
Operation of downlink TBFs
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A051 2
R97
F
Corrections and improvements to clause 9
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A052 1
R97
F
Development of the segmentation description
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A053 2
R97
F
Corrections and improvements to clause 10
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A054 1
R97
F
Description of M and E bits
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A055 1
R97
F
Clarification of text in message
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A056
R97
F
Alignment of message type to logical channel
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A058
R97
F
Correction of reference for coding of parameter GPRS_MS_TXPWR_
6.2.0
A059
R97
F
Introduction of RLC data unit
98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A060
R97
F
NC and Extended Measurement reporting and Cell Change Order proc
6.2.0
A063 1
R97
F
Restructuring of Packet Uplink Assignment message and Packet Times 98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A064 1
R97
F
Procedures on expiry of timer T3164
6.2.0
A065
R97
F
Fixed Allocation
98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A066 1
R97
F
Packet Access Reject
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A067
R97
F
Uplink PDCH Allocation for Extended Dynamic Allocation
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A068 2
R97
F
GAMMA/I_LEVEL measurements and suspending the downlink TBF
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A069 1
R97
F
Procedures on expiry of timer T3168
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A070 2
R97
F
Concurrent TBF procedures for half duplex operation
Page 6 of 14
Spec
CR
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
A071
A072
A073
A074
A075
A076
A077
A078
A079
A080
A081
A082
A083
A084
A085
A086
A087
A088
A089
A090
A091
A092
A093
A094
A096
A097
A105
A106
A107
A110
A111
A112
A114
A115
A116
A117
A118
A119
A120
1
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
Broadcast of Packet PDCH Release on PACCH
Abnormal cases for Resource Reallocation for Uplink
Removal of throughput class from decisions on resource reallocation
Packet Access Reject
Use of the USF_GRANULARITY parameter
Dynamic allocation uplink RLC data block transfer
TBF Starting Time
Extended Dynamic Allocation Multislot Classes
Ending a downlink TBF and activating an uplink TBF
Handling of the countdown procedure at short access
Restructure of release procedures
Packet Resource Request
LLC frame type in Channel Request Description
Field mapping in the Channel Request Description information element
Throughput indication in Channel Request Description IE
Mandatory DRX parameters
Paging procedures
Use of the packet paging channel and correction of the paging message
Segmentation of RLC/MAC control messages
Use of PAGE MODE parameter
Structure of TBF establishment description
Cell change procedure corrections
Modifications to the access type values
Persistence control procedure modifications
Addition of Network Operation mode in PSI1
Deletion of Mac Mode in PSI 1
Corrections for the PACCH receiving during the fixed uplink assignme
Correction of Polling for Packet Downlink Ack/Nack
PR-field introduction to MAC header
Corrections to MAC abnormal cases
Corrections to downlink procedures
Corrections to Fixed Allocation procedures
Corrections to MAC procedures
Resolution of text merge problems in 04.60 v6.1.0
Corrections to PACKET TIMESLOT RECONFIGURE procedures
Corrections to RLC procedures
Undefined concurrent TBF conditions
RLC/MAC timers
Simplification of and corrections to Fixed Allocation reallocation
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
4
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
Page 7 of 14
Status
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
NEW_VERS
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
Spec
CR
A121
A122
A123
A125
A126
A128
A129
rev
1
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
MS mode of operation
Clarification of PSI6
Change of name of the RR_PRIORITY parameter tp CALL_PRIORIT
Alignment of TFI description
Neighbour cell power measurements
Removal of duplicated IE in the Packet Release Request message
Support of split pg cycle on PCCCH
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
98-0663
Status
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
NEW_VERS
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
04.64
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Mobile Station - Serving GPRS Support Node (MS-SGSN) Logical Link Control (LLC) Layer Specifica
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A031
R97
F
A bit usage clarification
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A032 2
R97
F
XID negotiation improvements
6.2.0
A033
R97
F
Release Indication Cause
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A034 2
R97
F
Clarifications and corrections
98-0677 approved
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A035 1
R97
F
Various improvements
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A036 1
R97
F
Layer3 initiated vs. LLC-initiated link (re-)establishment
04.65
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Mobile Station (MS) - Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN); Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Pro
6.2.0
A019
R97
F
Corrections and clarifications
98-0677 approved
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A020
R97
F
Acknowledged LLC operation establishment and release procedure
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A021 2
R97
F
XID negotiation
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A022
R97
F
TCP/IP header compression and Data compression
6.2.0
A024
R97
F
Data transfer
98-0677 approved
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A025 1
R97
F
Replacement of "Segment offset" with "Segment number"
04.68
Group Call Control (GCC) Protocol
A002 2
R96
F
GSM 04.68 Corrections.
A003
R96
F
Get Status Procedure
A004 2
R96
F
Set Status Procedure
98-0679
98-0679
98-0679
approved
approved
approved
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
Broadcast Call Control (BCC) protocol
A001 2
R96
F
GSM 04.69 Corrections.
A002
R96
F
Get Status Procedure
A003 2
R96
F
Set Status Procedure
98-0678
98-0678
98-0678
approved
approved
approved
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
Multiplexing and Multiple Access on the Radio Path
A041
R97
F
Clarification on PTCCH/U mappimg
A042
R97
F
Clarification on mappimg PCCCH
A043 3
R97
F
MS multislot classes and GPRS dynamic allocations
98-0709
98-0709
98-0639
approved
approved
approved
6.3.0
6.3.0
6.3.0
Radio Transmission and Reception
A076 2
R97
C
False USF detection
A077
R97
F
Power control levels 29-31 for DCS1800
98-0710
98-0710
approved
approved
6.3.0
6.3.0
04.69
05.02
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
05.05
'strategic'
'strategic'
Page 8 of 14
Spec
'strategic'
05.08
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
05.10
07.01
'strategic'
07.02
'strategic'
07.07
07.10
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
R97
R96
R97
F
F
F
DCS1800 MS sensitivity for GPRS
Correction of reference for MS test loop
Correction of reference for MS test loop
98-0710
98-0710
98-0710
approved
approved
approved
6.3.0
5.10.0
6.3.0
Radio Subsystem Link Control
A044 3
R97
C
MS delay time in reporting a new strongest neighbouring cell
A068
R97
F
Clarification of Power Control
A069 1
R97
F
Measurement reporting
A072 1
R97
F
GPRS idle mode measurements
A073
R96
F
Clarification of Complete BA (SACCH)
A074
R97
F
Clarification of Complete BA (SACCH)
A075 1
R97
F
Tolerances for power control
A076 1
R97
F
GPRS downlink power control
A077
R96
C
MS delay time in reporting a new strongest neighbouring cell
A078 2
2
F
Clarification of Complete BA (SACCH)
98-0711
98-0711
98-0711
98-0711
98-0711
98-0711
98-0711
98-0711
98-0711
98-0711
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.3.0
6.3.0
6.3.0
6.3.0
5.9.0
6.3.0
6.3.0
6.3.0
5.9.0
4.22.0
Radio Subsystem Synchronization
A017 2
R97
F
Clarification of packet polling procedure for calculating new TA
98-0712
approved
6.3.0
General on Terminal Adaptation Functions (TAF) for Mobile Stations (MS)
A032
R98
C
Synchronisation and V.24 control signal handling in the MT
98-0739
approved
7.0.0
Terminal Adaptation Functions (TAF) for Services Using Asynchronous Bearer Capabilities
A013
R98
C
Clarification and correction of the description of V.24 control signal ha
98-0739
approved
7.0.0
Digital cellular telecommunications System (Phase 2) AT Command set for GSM Mobile Equipment (ME)
A056
R97
B
+CHSR
98-0736
A057
R96
B
+CHSR
98-0736
A058
R98
B
+CHSR
98-0736
A059
R98
F
Power Class +CPWC
98-0737
A060
R97
F
Amendment to +CR command
98-0735
A061
2
F
Corrections to +CR and +CREG commands
98-0737
A062
R96
F
Corrections to +CR and +CREG commands
98-0737
A063
R97
F
Corrections to +CR and +CREG commands
98-0737
A064
R98
F
Corrections to +CR and +CREG commands
98-0737
A065
R98
F
Amendment to +CR command
98-0735
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
5.8.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
6.2.0
4.4.0
5.8.0
6.2.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
Terminal Equipment to Mobile Station (TE-MS) multiplexer protocol
A006
R97
B
Include the RPN and RLS commands
A007
R97
F
Editorial Corrections
A008
R97
D
Clarification of the DISC command
A009
R97
D
Clarification of the C/R bit
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
CR
A078
A079
A080
rev
Page 9 of 14
98-0737
98-0737
98-0737
98-0737
Status
NEW_VERS
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
D
D
F
C
F
B
Clarification of the CRC
Clarification of the NSC command
Correction of the P/F bit
Improvements to the Remote Parameter Negotiation Command
Correction of BOFC and EOFC value / Default assignment of DLC pri
XON/XOFF flow control in MSC modem signal
98-0737
98-0737
98-0737
98-0737
98-0737
98-0737
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Mobile Station (MS) supporting GPRS
A008
R97
B
Addition of a new AT command, +CGREG, to display current GPRS r
A009
R97
B
Addition of a new AT command, +CGSMS, to select the service for th
A011
R97
F
Corrections and clarifications, mainly to the AT commands specificatio
'strategic' A012
R97
B
Addition of a GPRS extension to the existing 07.07 AT command, Ser
98-0735
98-0735
98-0735
98-0735
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
98-0662
98-0662
98-0662
98-0662
98-0663
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
Spec
CR
A010
A011
A012
A013
A014
A015
rev
Status
NEW_VERS
07.60
'strategic'
'strategic'
08.08
Mobile Switching Centre - Base Station system (MSC-BSS) Interface Layer 3 Specification
A115
R97
B
BSS to BSS information
A116
R97
B
Pre-emption confirmation by serving BSC
A117
R97
B
Radio information of target cell for external HO
A118
R97
B
Current channel type 2 introduction
A119
R97
B
A interface signalling for GPRS suspend/resume
08.18
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Base Station System (BSS) - Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN); BSS GPRS Protocol (BSSGP)
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A022 1
R97
F
Correction to scope of NSEI
6.2.0
A023
R97
F
Addition of IMSI to RA-CAPABILITY-UPDATE-ACK
98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A024
R97
F
Correction of the leaky bucket algorithm
6.2.0
A025 2
R97
F
Add a new IE in FLUSH-LL-ACK-PDU and LLS-DISCARD PDU
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A026
R97
F
Clarification of BVC measurements
98-0663 approved
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A030 1
R97
F
Mapping of BVCI and cell identifier
98-0663 approved
6.2.0
A031
R97
F
Incorrect DRX parameter IE size
08.20
Rate Adaptation on the Base Station System - Mobile Service Switching Centre (BSS-MSC) Interface.
98-0739
A005
R98
D
Synchronisation
approved
7.0.0
Mobile Application Part ( MAP) Specification
A129 1
R97
A
E.214 addressing of the HLR
A132 1
R97
F
Removal of redundant information from GSM 09.02
A133 1
R97
F
Clarification on applicability of application contexts
A136
R97
F
Correction to status reporting procedure
A137
R96
F
Extending the applicability of GMSC Address in ProvideRoamingNum
A138
R97
F
Extending the applicability of GMSC Address in ProvideRoamingNum
A139 2
R97
D
Clarification when the SMS over GPRS functionality is not supported
A145
R96
A
Removal of redundant information from GSM 09.02
A147 1
R97
F
Correction to the status reporting procedure in the VLR(linked with CR
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
5.11.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
5.11.0
6.2.0
'strategic'
09.02
Page 10 of 14
98-0726
98-0726
98-0725
98-0721
98-0723
98-0724
98-0725
98-0726
98-0721
Spec
CR
A148
A149
A150
A151
A152
A153
A154
A158
09.07
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
'strategic'
rev
1
1
1
1
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
R96
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
F
F
F
F
C
F
F
F
Clarification of limit on length of O-CSI in MAP_RESUME_CALL-H
Clarification of limit on length of O-CSI in MAP_RESUME_CALL-H
ASN.1 correction
Removal of CCBS-feature from SS-Data
Support of CAMEL Phase 2
Correction in overload control tables for GPRS operations applicability
Usage of ShortMsgRelayPackage-v2 in GPRS
Restricting the use of extension containers in RegisterCCEntry and Era
98-0723
98-0724
98-0726
98-0721
98-0724
98-0725
98-0725
98-0721
Status
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
NEW_VERS
5.11.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
General Requirements on Interworking between the Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) and the Intergrated Services Digital Network (ISD
5.8.0
A039
R96
F
Correction
98-0736 approved
98-0739 approved
7.0.0
A040
R98
D
Clarification of V.120 interworking
A041
R98
C
Synchronisation and V.24 control signal handling in the IWF
98-0739 approved
7.0.0
A042
2
F
V.24 signalling
98-0739 approved
4.13.0
A043
R98
F
Clarification on autobauding indication in GSM-BC
98-0736 approved
7.0.0
98-0739 approved
5.8.0
A044
R96
A
V.24 signalling
09.18
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN) - Visitors Location Register (VLR); Gs interface layer 3 specifica
6.2.0
A005
R97
F
Completion of the re-naming of BSSAP+-IDENTITY-REQUEST mess 98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A006 1
R97
F
Text clarification and "MS class" term changed in to "MS in class mod 98-0677 approved
98-0677 approved
6.2.0
A007
R97
F
BSSAP+-MS-UNREACHABLE Message type
09.60
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); GPRS Tunnelling Protocol (GTP) across the Gn and Gp Interface;
A022 1
R97
F
Modification of the coding of the Cause values of the Cause informatio 98-0725
98-0725
A023 1
R97
F
Clarification of the use of the T-PDU Sequence Number values
A024 1
R97
F
Corrections and clarifications.
98-0725
98-0725
A025 1
R97
F
Charging ID to three GTP message types
98-0725
A026
R97
F
Modification of the length of the protocol messages
98-0725
A027 2
R97
F
Information Elements: Clarification of the handling of the unused bits,
98-0725
A028 2
R97
F
Clarification of the handling of protocol errors in the Error handling se
98-0725
A029
R97
F
Update of the Protocol Configuration Options IE
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
6.2.0
09.61
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS); Interworking between the Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) supporting GPRS and Packet Data N
98-0735 approved
6.3.0
A006
R97
F
Protocol Configuration Options at PDP context activation failure
98-0735 approved
6.3.0
A008
R97
F
Clarifications on IP interworking
09.78
CAMEL Application Part phase 1 (stage 3)
A031 2
R97
F
Corrections on GSM 09.78
A033 1
R97
F
Support of CAMEL Phase 2
98-0724
98-0724
approved
approved
6.2.0
6.2.0
Conformance Specification
A473
2
F
CR to section 34.3.3 Correction of the content of the Cell Broadcast m
98-0546
approved
4.24.0
11.10-1
Page 11 of 14
Spec
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
R96
R96
R96
2
R96
2
R96
2
R96
2
R96
R96
2
R96
2
R96
2
R96
2
R96
2
R96
2
R96
2
R96
F
B
B
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
B
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
CR to section 34.3.3 Correction of the content of the Cell Broadcast m
CR on Introduction of cell change tests for VGCS/ VBS
CR to section 3.2.2 on Applicability of R-GSM RF tests
CR to section 26.1.2.2.1 EFR signalling/Handover/active call/successfu
CR to section 26.1.2.2.1 EFR signalling/Handover/active call/successfu
CR to section 14.7 blocking and spurious response
CR to section 14.7 blocking and spurious response
CR to section 26.6.15 DCS HO Tests, NCD to include missing BCCH
CR to section 26.6.15 DCS HO Tests, NCD to include missing BCCH
CR for Clarification on 34.2.1 TC testing of TC1M
CR for Clarification on 34.2.1 TC testing of TC1M
CR to section 3.2.2 Addition of ASCI cell change signalling tests Appli
CR to section 26.11.2.2.3.3 Multiband BCCH / Intercell Handover
CR to section 26.11.2.2.3.3 Multiband BCCH / Intercell Handover
CR for removal of checks on Classmark 1,2,3 in the PIXIT statements
CR for removal of checks on Classmark 1,2,3 in the PIXIT statements (
CR on UA frame with different information field
CR on UA frame with different information field
CR to section 32.11.x Intra cell channel change from TCH/HS to a TC
CR to section 32.11.x Intra cell channel change from TCH/HS to a TC
CR to section 32.12.x Intra cell channel change from TCH/FS to a TC
CR to section 32.12.x Intra cell channel change from TCH/FS to a TC
CR to section 26.6.3.2 Measurement reporting 20s requirement in sing
CR to section 26.6.3.2 Measurement reporting 20s requirement in sing
CR to section 26.6.3.6 Measurement reporting 20s requirement in mult
CR to section 26.6.3.6 Measurement reporting 20s requirement in mult
98-0695
98-0695
98-0695
98-0546
98-0695
98-0546
98-0695
98-0546
98-0695
98-0546
98-0695
98-0695
98-0546
98-0695
98-0546
98-0695
98-0546
98-0695
98-0696
98-0697
98-0696
98-0697
98-0696
98-0697
98-0696
98-0697
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
4.24.0
5.7.0
Layer3 (L3) Abstract Test Suite (ATS)
C378
2
F
Implementation errors in Handover test cases for Releasing the Channe
C379
2
F
SI3 coding conflict in 26.2.4.3 and 26.2.4.4
C380
2
F
Implementation errors in Handover test cases cause L2 reaching N200 l
C381
2
F
Implementation error in Handover test cases sends wrong SysInfo6 me
C382
2
F
Correction for DCS frequencies for 26_6_4_1
C383
2
F
DCS Handover Tests, NCD to include BCCH arfcn
C384
2
B
Implementing TDoc 7-67/98
C385
2
F
Problem implementing a TTCN pre-defined operation
C386
2
F
DCS implementation error in the 26.6.5.1 test case
C387
2
F
Implementation errors in the 26.6.5.4 test case series
C388
2
F
Problem with conflicting carrier initialisation in TC_20_15
C389
2
F
Implementation Error: Incorrect Use Of Cell Allocation Data Strucutur
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
CR
A474
A475
A476
A477
A478
A479
A480
A481
A482
A483
A484
A485
A486
A487
'strategic' A488
'strategic' A489
A490
A491
A492
A493
A494
A495
A496
A497
A498
A499
11.10-3
rev
Page 12 of 14
Status
NEW_VERS
Spec
CR
C390
C391
C392
C393
11.11
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
2
2
2
2
F
F
F
F
Implementation problems in 26.6.13 series DCS Test Cases
Problem in MO test cases for Dual Rate phones
RF Signal parameter change for TC_20_1
Implementation of Tdoc SMG7 137/98 (Hopping Channel required)
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
98-0540
approved
approved
approved
approved
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
4.24.0
98-0671
98-0671
approved
approved
7.1.0
7.1.0
98-0669
98-0669
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0670
98-0605
98-0669
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
withdrawn
5.9.0
6.2.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
6.2.0
7.1.0
6.2.0
5.9.0
6.2.0
7.1.0
6.2.0
7.1.0
5.9.0
6.2.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
7.1.0
98-0742
98-0742
98-0742
98-0742
98-0742
98-0742
98-0742
98-0742
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.4.0
4.12.0
5.4.0
4.12.0
4.12.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
4.12.0
Subscriber Identity Module - Mobile Equipment (SIM-ME) Interface.
A071
R98
C
Enhanced image coding schemes (colour icons)
A072 1
R98
D
Addition of reference to PCS 1900
SIM Application Toolkit
A084
R96
B
A087
R97
B
A091 1
R98
C
A092
R98
F
A093
R97
F
A094
R98
F
A095
R97
F
A096
R96
F
A097
R97
A
A098
R98
A
A099
R97
F
A100
R98
F
A101
R97
F
A102
R96
F
A103
R98
F
A104
R98
B
A108
R98
C
A109
R97
F
A110
R98
F
'strategic' A111
4
R98
B
A112
R98
B
Status
NEW_VERS
11.14
11.21
Introduction of a 1bis SIM toolkit class for release 96
Introduction of a 1bis SIM toolkit class for release 97
"Yes/No" response for GET INKEY
Alignment of coding of card reader status event
Additional information field mandatory in case of USSD Return Error r
Additional information field mandatory in case of USSD Return Error r
Possible result values for SET UP EVENT LIST command
Clarification regarding the ME changing the contents of SIM command
Clarification regarding the ME changing the contents of SIM command
Clarification regarding the ME changing the contents of SIM command
Clarification about USSD return result
Clarification about USSD return result
Clarification of the ’93 00’ status response handling
Clarification of the ’93 00’ status response handling
Clarification of the ’93 00’ status response handling
New command - SETUP IDLE MODE TEXT
Handling of DTMF in SETUP CALL command
Interaction between call control by SIM / MO short message control an
Interaction between call control by SIM / MO short message control an
Enhancement to Proactive SIM that enables the SIM to issue AT comm
Introduction of a 1bis SIM toolkit class for release 98
GSM Radio Aspects Base Station System Equipment Specification
A077
R96
F
Addition to chap. 4.10.5 to define a BTS with separated antenna ports
A078
2
F
Addition to chap. 4.10.5 to define a BTS with separated antenna ports
A079 1
R96
F
Reduction of Half Rate Speech (TCH/HS) number of samples
A080 1
2
F
Reduction of Half Rate Speech (TCH/HS) number of samples
A081
2
F
Erroneous frame indication performance
A082
R96
F
Erroneous frame indication performance
A083
R96
E
Clarification on conformance requirements for testcases 6.7/6.8
A084
2
E
Clarification on conformance requirements for testcases 6.7/6.8
Page 13 of 14
TDoc
Spec
CR
11.24
GSM Transcoding and Rate Adaptation: Base Station System Equipment Specification
A005
2
F
Clarification of tests which can be made via the radio interface
98-0740
approved
4.3.0
Subscriber Related Call and Event Data.
A023
R97
B
Enhancement to HSCSD call records
A024
R97
C
Addition of Speech codec parameters
98-0667
98-0667
approved
approved
6.0.0
6.0.0
Maintenance of the Base Station System (BSS).
A005
R97
F
Correction of the terminology "Basic Services"
98-0665
approved
6.1.0
GPRS charging
A001
R98
A002
R97
98-0666
98-0666
approved
approved
7.0.0
6.1.0
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS): Service aspects; Service principles
A007
UMTS C
Removal of Role Model in order to improve clarity
A008 1
UMTS B
Network Selection Including GMPCS
A009
UMTS F
Removal of references to IN and B-ISDN
A010
UMTS D
Clarification on Multiple User Profile
98-0553
98-0553
98-0553
98-0682
approved
postponed -> SMG#28
approved
approved
3.3.0
3.3.0
3.3.0
3.3.0
UMTS; Terminal and smart card concepts
A001
UMTS F
Electronic money application requires USIM presence
98-0554
approved
3.1.0
UMTS Baseline document; Positions on UMTS agreed by SMG
A001 1
UMTS B
Changes reflecting strategic decisions at SMG #26
98-0790
email app by 18 Nov.
3.4.0
Security principles for the UMTS
A001
UMTS F
Complete new description of the UMTS security principles
98-0535
informative
General Attachment Requirements for GSM Mobile Stations
A013
2
B
Conversion of TBR19 into GSM 13.01-1 (TS 301 419 Harmonised sta
98-0544
approved
4.0.0
General Attachment Requirements for DCS Mobile Stations
A007
2
B
Conversion of TBR31 into GSM 13.01-2 (TS 301 431 harmonised stan
98-0545
approved
4.0.0
12.05
12.11
12.15
'strategic'
22.01
'strategic'
'strategic'
22.07
30.01
'strategic'
33.20
'strategic'
TBR19
'strategic'
TBR31
'strategic'
rev
Phase
Cat
B
F
SUBJECT
Addition of a charging protocol
Clarification to "GPRS charging logical architecture figure" and editori
Page 14 of 14
Status
NEW_VERS
SMG#27 Temporary document List
Number
P-98-0245
P-98-0531
P-98-0532
P-98-0533
P-98-0534
P-98-0535
P-98-0536
P-98-0537
P-98-0538
P-98-0539
P-98-0540
P-98-0541
P-98-0542
P-98-0543
P-98-0544
P-98-0545
P-98-0546
P-98-0547
P-98-0548
P-98-0549
P-98-0550
P-98-0551
P-98-0552
P-98-0553
P-98-0554
P-98-0555
P-98-0556
Title
Source
Agenda
item
For Info
(SMG#25 TD ) General guidelines for Automatic
Call and SMS execution
Status report of SMG10 to SMG#27
Ad Hoc Group of
SMG#25
SMG10
Non strategic CRs to GSM 02.33 Lawful
Interception stage 1 CRs GSM 02.33-A002r2 and
-A003r2
Cover notes to GSM 03.33 Lawful Interception
stage 2; version 1.0.0
Cover notes to GSM 03.35: Immediate Service
Termination (IST) - Stage 2; version 2.0.0
Strategic CR 001 to GSM 33.20: Security
principles for UMTS; version 3.1.0
Cover notes to GSM 33.21: UMTS Security
requirements; version 1.0.0
Answer to liaison statement Antenna Feeder Loss
Compensator (AFLC)
Study of GSM Phase 2+ Priorities
Letter on harmonization of the IMT-2000 RTT
dated 10/08/98
TTCN CRs to GSM 11.10-3, v.4.23.0
SMG7 Status Report at SMG#27
R-GSM TBR Module - EN 301 419-7 R-GSM
Harmonised standard for information
ASCI TBR Module - EN 301 419-3 ASCI
Harmonised standard for information
TBR 19 new version (strategic) - Conversion of
TBR 19 to Harmonised standard EN 301 419-1
(GSM 13.01 Part 1)
TBR 31 new version (strategic) - Conversion of
TBR 31 to Harmonised standard EN 301 431-1
(GSM 13.01 Part 2)
Phase 2 CRs to 11.10-1 (Signalling) for Approval
SMG1 Status Report
2 Non strategic CRs on addition of the SoLSA
feature to GSM 02.07 - Mobile Stations (MS)
features and GSM 02.11 - Service accessibility
Non strategic CR on harmonization to GSM 02.40
Procedure for call progress indications
Non strategic CR on Call Deflection Interaction
with other Supplementary Services to GSM 02.72
Call Deflection Service description, Stage 1
Strategic CR on Removal of Role Model to
UMTS 22.01 Service aspects; Service principles
Strategic CR on Network Selection to UMTS
22.01 Service aspects; Service principles
Non Strategic CR on Network Selection to UMTS
22.01 Service aspects; Service principles
Non strategic CR on Security Aspects relative to
USIM & Payment Methods - UMTS 22.07
Terminal and smard card concepts
UMTS 22.00 UMTS Phase 1 Specification and
associated UMTS Phase 1 Work Items
GPRS PHASE 2 WIs - 6 WI Release 98 - 5 WI
Release 99
SMG10
6.10 +
7.10
6.10
SMG10
6.10
SMG10
6.10
SMG10
7.10
SMG10
7.10
Joint GTAAB / PCN
TAEG
CETECOM GmbH
TIA
6.7
6.13
For Info
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
6.7
6.7
6.7
SMG7
6.7
SMG7
6.7
SMG7
6.7
SMG7
SMG1
SMG1
6.7
6.1
6.1
SMG1
6.1
SMG1
6.1
SMG1
7.1
SMG1
7.1
SMG1
7.1
SMG1
7.1
SMG1
7.1
SMG1
6.1
Replaced
by Tdoc
P-98-0792
Number
Title
P-98-0557
GSM 02.43 v2.0.0 Support of Localised Service
Area (SoLSA);Service description; Stage 1
Release 1998
UMTS 22.75 version 2.3.0 Service aspects;
Advanced Addressing
UMTS 22.71v3.0.1 Automatic Establishment of
Roaming Relationships
LS to ECTEL TMS on Impact of Telecomms Data
Protection Directive on GSM Standards
LS to SMG, SMG3 on WI of CCNRy and CCNRc
Results of AMR Selection Phase (revision of TD
702/98)
STATUS REPORT of WG WOME
Recommendation for Pursuit of Convergence of
Radio Access Standards within ETSI
WOME comments to draft working procedures
3GPP
SMG4 Status Report to SMG#27 (slides)
Standardising Embedded Applications in UMTS
Not allocated
Guidelines for the Planning, Development and
Documentation of UMTS Phase 1 Standards
Chairman’s Report - From SMG#26 in June 98 to
SMG#27 in October 98
Agenda and Schedule of SMG#27 12-16 October
1998
T1P1.5 Status Report to SMG#27
Presentation to SMG#27 by ECTEL TMS Prague
12 October 1998
During the meeting held in Tokyo 7-9 October
1998 ARIB, ETSI, T1, TTA and TTC agreed this
framework document
Selection test results from RITT
LS to NMT MoU on GSM 450 Status within ETSI
SMG
Extraordinary GA decisions on EPP scope Document ETSI/BOARD-GLOBAL#11(98)03
Optimisation of the AMR codec
EDP-R for Abandon detection point in CAMEL
phase 2
Impact of Draft R&TTE Directive on UMTS
specifications
Input of the SMG community to the preparation
work of the R&TTE Directive
Letter to SMG Chairman on Harmonization CRs
for Release 98
New Work Item for GPRS/PCS1900
Support for the completion of CTS work item
P-98-0558
P-98-0559
P-98-0560
P-98-0561
P-98-0562
P-98-0563
P-98-0564
P-98-0565
P-98-0566
P-98-0567
P-98-0568
P-98-0569
P-98-0570
P-98-0571
P-98-0572
P-98-0573
P-98-0574
P-98-0575
P-98-0576
P-98-0577
P-98-0578
P-98-0579
P-98-0580
P-98-0581
P-98-0582
P-98-0583
P-98-0584
P-98-0585
P-98-0586
SMG3 Status Report to SMG#27 (Slides)
GSM 10.56 v.2.0.2 - GSM Cordless Telephony
System CTS, Phase 1
Source
SMG1
Agenda
item
6.1
SMG1
7.1
SMG1
7.1
SMG1
6.1
SMG1
SMG11
6.1
6.11
WOME Chairman
QUALCOMM Europe
5.7
7.8
WOME
5.6
SMG4 Chairman
SMG4 Chairman
6.4
6.4
BT
7.8
SMG Chairman
2
SMG Chairman
0
T1P1.5 Chairman
ECTEL TMS
4
4
ETSI Director
General
5.7
RITT
SMG Chairman
6.11
For Info
ETSI Board
For Info
FT, Cegetel
France Telecom
6.11
6.3
T-Mobil
7
T-Mobil
6.7
Chairman, T1P1
6.5
Chairman, T1P1
Alcatel,
TeleDanmark,
France Telecom,
Telstra, Mitsubishi
Nortel, NEC
SMG3 Chairman
WI Rapporteur
6.5
6.10
6.3
6.10
Replaced
by Tdoc
Number
Title
P-98-0587
Input document to SMG7 and TC SMG regarding
GPRS - Market Needs on GRPS and influence on
SMG7 GPRS Subgroup
CRs to 04.08 on CCBS
Adaptive Multi-Rate Speech Codec Standard
Completion
Performance comparison between GSM Half-Rate
and AMR candidates under background noise
conditions
Commitment for finalizing the AMR specifications
Ericssons comments on AMR
Completion of the AMR standard
Comment on CR A111 "Enhancement to allow the
SIM to issue AT commands"
R&TTE Presentation - ERC Plenary Meeting 29
June 1998
AMR Implementability and Commitment for
Further Work
Selection of the AMR Codec
P-98-0588
P-98-0589
P-98-0590
P-98-0591
P-98-0592
P-98-0593
P-98-0594
P-98-0595
P-98-0596
P-98-0597
P-98-0598
P-98-0599
P-98-0600
P-98-0601
P-98-0602
P-98-0603
P-98-0604
P-98-0605
P-98-0606
P-98-0607
P-98-0608
P-98-0609
P-98-0610
P-98-0611
P-98-0612
P-98-0613
Reports of SMG Advisory Groups before SMG#27
Meeting report of SMG-CG #27, Düsseldorf,
October, 1998
Strategic CR to 11.14 (R98) "SIM application
toolkit"
Qualcomm Press Release
Proposed liaison to MoU on Allocation of SubSystem Number
Strategic CR to 11.14 (R98) "SIM application
toolkit" (revision of TD 98/0600)
Discussion about CR (A008) to TS 22.01 on
Network Selection
Strategic CR to 11.14 (R98) "SIM application
toolkit" (revision of TD 98/0603)
SMG#27 CD ROM Order Form
EDP-R for Abandon detection point in CAMEL
phase 2
Interim Report of the UMTS IPR Working Group
(September 1998)
Not allocated
Liaison statement to TRAC - CTS FP Scope
Statement
Liaison Statement to TC ERM on System
Description of UTRA
Testability of AMR in the BSS
Importance of Standardising O&M in UMTS
Source
Cetecom, Ericsson,
Mannesmann
Mobilfunk
SMG3
North America GSM
Alliance
Rockwell
Agenda
item
6.7
6.3
6.11
6.11
Nokia
Ericsson
Nortel
Nokia, Ericsson
6.11
6.11
6.11
6.9
M. Bogers, DG XIII
For Info
Siemens
6.11
BT, Cellnet, CSELT,
E-Plus, Ericsson,
Finnet Group, GSM
North America,
Italtel, Mannesmann
Mobilfunk, Marconi,
Motorola, Nokia,
Omnitel Pronto Italia,
One2One, Siemens,
Smartone, Telia,
Telital, TIM
PT SMG
SMG-CG
6.11
Vodafone
6.9
Qualcomm
SMG
7.
6.12
Vodafone
6.9
Nokia
7.1
Vodafone
6.9
ETSI
France Télécom,
Nokia
UMTS IPR Working
Group
Replaced
by Tdoc
For Info
For Info
6.3
7.7
ETSI/SMG
6.10
SMG8 Chairman
6.11
SMG8 Chairman
Vodafone, MMO,
Cellnet, Telia
6.11
7.6
P-98-0605
P-98-0605
Number
Title
P-98-0614
Press Release - Suppliers set up Worldwide
Industry Organisation to promote GSM
LS from SM4 to SMG1 Comments on UMTS
22.00 v 1.0.0
SMG3 Status Report to SMG#27 on UMTS issues
Benefits of AMR Codec Optimisation Phase
P-98-0615
P-98-0616
P-98-0617
P-98-0618
P-98-0625
Global Mobile Suppliers Association Presentation
(Slides)
Minutes of the ad-hoc session on MoU VFS
(Voluntary funding Scheme) (Wednesday 14 Oct.
98 14:00-14:20)
Meeting report of SMG-CG #27bis, Praha, 12th
October, 1998
Statements regarding IPR made by Dr. Foerster,
October 14, 1998 to be included in meeting
minutes
Ericsson statement to ITU
Press article: Senate resolution on 3G significantly
watered down
Position paper on the UICC for early UMTS
systems
Handling of AT Commands via SIM Toolkit
P-98-0626
Applications and Automatic Execution
P-98-0627
Rejection of CR 03.78 A037r1 by SMG#27 Removal of O_Not_reachable and
T_Not_Reachable Detection Points
Completion of AMR codec
Liaison to SMG on UMTS Parameter assumptions
and spectrum utilisation
Liaison statement to ERC TG1: UMTS
assumptions for FDD and TDD
Selection of the AMR codec
P-98-0619
P-98-0620
P-98-0621
P-98-0622
P-98-0623
P-98-0624
P-98-0628
P-98-0629
P-98-0630
P-98-0631
P-98-0632
Request for Funding for the characterisation of the
AMR Codec
Source
GSA
Agenda
item
7
SMG4
SMG3 Chairman
NEC Technologies
(UK) Ltd.
GSA President
7.3
7.11
H. Dettner
(Secretary)
For Info
SMG-CG
For Info
Ronald Foerster
7.7
Ericsson
RCR + GW Wireless
News
SMG
7.7
5.7
BT, Vodafone,
France Telecom,
Nokia, Ericsson,
Siemens, Motorola
BT, Vodafone, Nokia,
Ericsson, Motorola,
Siemens
SMG3 chairman
6.4
One 2 One
ERC TG1
6.11
7.2
SMG2
7.2
BT, Cellnet, CSELT,
E-Plus, Ericsson,
Europolitan, Finnet
Group, GSM North
America, Italtel, KPN
Telecom,
Mannesmann
Mobilfunk, Marconi,
Motorola,
Nokia, NTT DoCoMo,
Omnitel Pronto Italia,
One2One, Philips
Consumer
Communication,
Siemens, SmarTone,
Swisscom Ltd.,
Telenor mobil, Telia,
Telital, TIM,
Vodafone
SMG
6.11
4
7.9
6.4
6.3
6.11
Replaced
by Tdoc
Number
Title
P-98-0633
The Current Documentation Status of IMT-2000
Specification in ARIB/TTC
Not allocated
Fax from A Scrase to SMG Chairman on ETSI
Board #15
Nokia supports UMTS proposals for IPR policy on
3rd generation technologies
ITU-R Task Group 8/1 Preparations
P-98-0634
P-98-0635
P-98-0636
P-98-0637
P-98-0638
P-98-0639
P-98-0640
P-98-0641
P-98-0642
P-98-0643
P-98-0661
P-98-0662
P-98-0663
P-98-0664
P-98-0665
P-98-0666
P-98-0667
P-98-0668
P-98-0669
P-98-0670
P-98-0671
P-98-0672
P-98-0673
P-98-0674
P-98-0675
P-98-0676
P-98-0677
P-98-0678
P-98-0679
P-98-0680
CR A159r1 to GSM 09.02, version 5.9.0
CR A043r3 to GSM 05.02 v.6.2.0
LS to GSM MoU EIG and SMG7 - Common
position on Article 3 "Essential Requirements" of
the draft R&TTE Directive
Summary of harmonization Activities between WCDMA and cdma2000
LS to SMG2 on Testability of AMR in the BSS
Not allocated
Agreed CRs from SMG2 (Marseille) to SMG#27
on TEI
Agreed CRs from SMG2 (Marseille) to SMG#27
on GPRS
SMG6 status report
Non-strategic CRs to GSM 12.11 (R97) "Fault
management of the BSS"
Strategic and non-strategic CRs to GSM 12.15
(R97 & R98) "GPRS charging"
Non-strategic CRs to GSM 12.05 "Call and event
records"
SMG9 status report + LSs from SMG9 to SMG
Strategic CRs to GSM 11.14 (1bis and AT
commands) (R96, R97 and R98) "SIM application
toolkit"
Non strategic CRs to GSM 11.14 (R96, R97 and
R98) "SIM application toolkit"
Non strategic CR to GSM 11.11 (R98) "SIM/ME
interface specification"
Non stratagic CRs to GSM 02.17 "Functional
characteristics of the SIM"
Non strategic CR to EG 201 220 "ETSI numbering
system for telecommunication application
providers (AID)"
GSM 02.19 v2.0.0 (SIM Application Programming
Interface - Service description - Stage 1)
Withdrawn
Status Report SMG9 (Slides)
CRs to 04.07, 04.08, 04.64, 04.65 and 09.18 on
GPRS
CRs to 04.69 on VBS
CRs to 04.68 on VGCS
GSM 02.56v2.0.0 GSM Cordless Telephony
System (CTS), Phase 1; Service description;
Stage 1
Source
ARIB/TTC
Agenda
item
7.
ETSI
5.7
Nokia
7.7
ETSI SMG ITU-R
TG8/1 Co-ordinator
SMG3 & T1P1
SMG2 Chairman
SMG#27
7.2
ARIB
7
SMG#27
6.11
SMG2 WPA
6.2
SMG2 WPA
6.2
SMG6
SMG6
6.6
6.6
SMG6
6.6
SMG6
6.6
SMG9
SMG9
6.9
6.9
SMG9
6.9
SMG9
6.9
SMG9
6.9
SMG9
6.9
SMG9
6.9
SMG9
SMG3
6.9
6.3
SMG3
SMG3
SMG1
6.3
6.3
6.1
6.3
6.2
Replaced
by Tdoc
Number
P-98-0681
P-98-0682
P-98-0683
P-98-0684
P-98-0694
P-98-0695
P-98-0696
P-98-0697
P-98-0698
P-98-0699
P-98-0700
P-98-0701
P-98-0702
P-98-0703
P-98-0704
P-98-0705
P-98-0706
P-98-0707
P-98-0708
P-98-0709
P-98-0710
P-98-0711
P-98-0712
P-98-0713
P-98-0714
P-98-0715
P-98-0716
P-98-0717
P-98-0718
P-98-0719
P-98-0720
P-98-0721
P-98-0722
Title
UMTS Phase 1 W I SMG1’S Primary
Responsibility WI
Non strategic CR on Multiple User Profiles UMTS 22.01 Service Aspects; Service Principles
Documents on co-operation with Universal
Wireless Communications Consortium's Global
TDMA Forum (GTF)
Not allocated
SMG1
Agenda
item
7.1
SMG1
7.1
PT SMG
4
Phase 2+ (R96) CRs to 11.10-1 (Signalling) for
Approval
Phase 2 CRs to 11.10-1 (RF) for Approval
Phase 2+ (R96) CRs to 11.10-1 (RF) for Approval
CRs to 04.08 on TEI
Withdrawn
Status Report of SMG11 at SMG#27
Project schedule and open issues for AMR; (GSM
10.70, Version 0.0.1)
Withdrawn
GSM 04.53 v.1.6.0 Inband Tandem Free
Operation (TFO) of Speech Codecs - Service
description - Stage 3
Non strategic CRs to GSM 03.50-A014/A015
Proposed LS to ARIB IMT-2000 Codec Work
Group on "Collaboration on the evaluation of AMR
for UMTS"
Status Report of ETSI STC SMG2 to SMG#27
GSM 10.59 v.1.3.0 (for information) - Project
scheduling and open issues for EDGE
Withdrawn - Duplication of 98-0663
CRs to GSM 05.02
CRs to GSM 05.05
CRs to GSM 05.08
CR to GSM 05.10
LS to SMG on "Proposed feasibility study for GSM
450"
SMG2 Self-Evaluation report on UTRA to ITU (for
information)
CR A355 to 04.08 v.4.22.0 Phase 2 on TEI
CR A365 to 04.08 v.6.1.1 on CCBS
Status Report of SMG3 to SMG#27
SMG7
6.7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG3
6.7
6.7
6.3
SMG11
SMG11
6.11
6.11
SMG11
6.11
SMG11
SMG11, Cc SMG,
SMG2
6.11
7.11
SMG2
SMG2 EDGE
6.2
6.2
GSM 04.72 Call Deflection (CD) stage 3 v.1.0.0
GSM 09.13 : Signalling interworking between
ISDN supplementary services Application Service
Element (AE) and Mobile Application Part (MAP)
protocols v.2.0.0
Strategic CRs to GSM 03.93 CCBS stage 2
(CCBS-Release 97) (CRs GSM 03.93-A005r1, A006r1, -A007r1, -A008r1)
Strategic CR to GSM 03.18 and GSM 09.02
related to CCBS (Release 97)
Strategic CR A022r1 on 03.18 v.6.0.0 CA2/CCBS
Source
Replaced
by Tdoc
P-98-0562
P-98-0663
SMG2
SMG2
SMG2
SMG2
SMG2
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
SMG2 Secretary
7.2
SMG3
SMG3
SMG3
SMG3
SMG3
6.3
6.3
6.3 &
7.3
6.3
6.3
SMG3
6.3
SMG3
6.3
SMG3
6.3
Number
P-98-0723
P-98-0724
P-98-0725
P-98-0726
P-98-0727
P-98-0728
P-98-0729
P-98-0730
P-98-0731
P-98-0732
P-98-0733
P-98-0734
P-98-0735
P-98-0736
P-98-0737
P-98-0738
P-98-0739
P-98-0740
P-98-0741
P-98-0742
P-98-0743
P-98-0744
P-98-0745
P-98-0746
P-98-0747
P-98-0748
P-98-0749
P-98-0750
P-98-0751
P-98-0752
P-98-0753
P-98-0754
P-98-0755
P-98-0756
Title
Strategic CRs to GSM 03.32, GSM 03.78 and
GSM 09.02 related to CAMEL Phase 1 (Release
96)
Strategic CRs to GSM 03.32, GSM 03.78 and
GSM 09.02 related to CAMEL Phase 2 (Release
97)
Agreed CRs to 03.08, 03.18, 09.02 and 09.60 on
GPRS
Strategic CRs to GSM 03.18 and GSM 09.02 on
Technical Enhancements/Improvements (TEI)
Standardisation of Commercial Location Based
Services
Background Information about Location Services
Standardization
IMT.KEY Contribution to ITU-R TG 8/1 - For
Information
Withdrawn
Presentation to SMG#27 of AMR Selection Phase
results
Report on Essential IPRs declared in relation to
the work of SMG#27
ETSI Status List
Status Report of SMG12
CRs to 07.07, 07.60 and 09.61 on GPRS
HSCSD and 14.4 kbit/s CRs
MS-TE CRs
SMS CRs
Strategic V.24 CRs
11.24 CRs
Non strategic CRs on 11.21 for introduction of
Pico-BTS requirements (for information)
Non strategic CRs on 11.21
SMG8 Status Report
1st List of CRs and new Specifications submitted
to SMG#27
UMTS Standardization: Achievements and Plans
PT SMG status report
GSM and UMTS specifications before SMG#27
ToR for Specialist Task Forces on Harmonised
Standards for GSM Phase 2 and Phase 2+
ToR for a new STF "GW" on UIC/GSM-R
DRAFT MANDATE TO CEN/CENELEC/ETSI
FOR STANDARDIZATION in the field of
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT on the
INTEROPERABILITY OF THE TRANSEUROPEAN HIGH-SPEED RAIL SYSTEM
Draft Minutes UIC/CENELEC/ETSI co-ordination
Meeting Sophia Antipolis, 3 July 1998
Agreed non strategic CRs to 03.60 on GPRS
Agreed strategic CRs to 03.60 on GPRS
UMTS 23.01 v.1.0.0
UMTS 23.10 v.1.0.0
GSM 03.73 v.1.0.0 SoLSA Stage 2
Source
SMG3
Agenda
item
6.3
SMG3
6.3
SMG3
6.3
SMG3
6.3
Cellnet, Motorola,
Nokia, Nortel,
Omnitel Pronto Italia
Nokia
6.5
6.5
Nokia and UK
7.2
SMG11
6.11
ETSI Legal Advisor
7.7
I. Doig ETSI SMS
SMG12 Chairman
SMG4
SMG4
SMG4
SMG4
SMG4
SMG8
SMG8
5.4
6.12 &
7.12
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.8
6.8
SMG8
SMG8 Chairman
PT SMG
6.8
6.8
6.13
Chairman ETSI SMG
PT SMG
PT SMG
PT SMG
For Info
5.4
5.4
5.4
PT SMG
PT SMG
5.4
5.4
ETSI Secretariat (A.
Berrini)
SMG12
SMG12
SMG12
SMG12
SMG12
5.4
6.12
6.12
7.12
7.12
6.12
Replaced
by Tdoc
P-98-0786
Number
Title
P-98-0757
P-98-0758
P-98-0759
P-98-0760
GSM 03.56 CTS stage 2
UMTS 23.20 v.1.0.0 for information
WI on a UMTS Core based on ATM Transport
WI: Combined GSM and Mobile IP Mobility
Handling in UMTS IP CN
WI: UMTS Open Service Architecture
Call for Experts for STF12 (GSM), 83 (UMTS) and
for STF EU (Study and investigation of the
introduction of number portability in the GSM
family) - CL 1899
LS from TC SES - A status report for the GMR
working group
PT SMG Job Description - Version 3.20
The use of UTRA in TDD mode in the unpaired
frequency bands
The way forward for creating the 3GPP and its
scope
Organisation of work on GSM and UMTS following
the ETSI Extraordinary GA
CRs to GSM 03.18 and GSM 03.79 on SOR
Vote 4- Results from the 1st Extraordinary
General Assembly Meeting (ETSI/GAEX01(98)TDoc14)
Draft Summary minutes, decisions and actions
from the 1st Extraordinary General Assembly
Meeting (ETSI/GA-EX01(98)11)
3rd. Generation Interest Group Report
P-98-0761
P-98-0762
P-98-0763
P-98-0764
P-98-0765
P-98-0766
P-98-0767
P-98-0768
P-98-0769
P-98-0770
P-98-0771
P-98-0772
P-98-0773
UMTS Phase 1: Support of SMS Cell Broadcast
Service
MoU for Voluntary Funding - Key Issues
P-98-0774
UMTS Phase 1 Issues from MoU SERG
P-98-0775
P-98-0776
SMG4 Status Report
GSM 03.57 Version 1.0.2 - Mobile Station
Application Execution Environment (MExE);
Functional description; Stage 2
Guidelines for a CEPT position on the ITU-R TG
8/1 process for defining IMT-2000
recommendations and IMT.RKey Contribution to
ITU-R TG8/1
Report on activities between June 1998 and
September 1998
P-98-0777
P-98-0778
P-98-0779
P-98-0780
P-98-0781
P-98-0782
P-98-0783
P-98-0784
On the Implementation of a Global 3rd
Generation Terminal
WI: IP-in-IP tunneling in GPRS backbone for
UMTS phase 1
Proposed WI on ETE UMTS QoS Management
CR A001 to UMTS 30.01 v.3.3.0
Report of SMG Side-Meeting on Document
Structure
Annex 1 to TDoc 734/98 - SMG12 Work Split
between chairmen (Tdoc SMG-CG#27 Tdoc19)
Source
SMG12
SMG12
SMG12
SMG12
Agenda
item
6.12
7.12
7.12
7.12
SMG12
ETSI
7.12
7.4
SES
5.1
PT SMG
BT
5.4
7.2
BT
5.7
BT
5.7
SMG3
Ian Doig (SMG
Technical Officer)
6.3
5.7
Ian Doig (SMG
Technical Officer)
5.7
MoU Association 3GIG
Mannesmann
Mobilfunk
Mannesmann
Mobilfunk
MoU GSM
Representative in
SMG
SMG4 Chairman
SMG4
7.7
NATIONAL POST &
TELECOM AGENCY
7.2
STF Voluntary
Funding Task Force
Chairman
Nokia and Motorola
5.5
SMG12
7.12
SMG12
PT SMG
Meeting Chairman,
A. Cox
SMG12 Chairman
7.12
7.12
Replaced
by Tdoc
7.1
5.5
7.7
6.4
6.4
6.12
P-98-0790
Number
Title
P-98-0785
Annex 5 to Report on activities between June
1998 and September 1998
P-98-0786
Report on Essential IPRs declared in relation to
the work of SMG#27 (Revision of TDoc 732/98)
Action points and postponed items
Withdrawn
LS to GSM MoU EIG and SMG7 Common position
on Article 3 "Essential Requirements" of the draft
R&TTE Directive
CR A001 to UMTS 30.01 v.3.3.0 (Revision of
Tdoc 98-0782)
STANDARDISING EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS
IN UMTS
R-GSM TBR Module - EN 301 419-7 R-GSM
Harmonised standard for information (Revision of
Tdoc 98-0542)
STANDARDISING EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS
IN UMTS
P-98-0787
P-98-0788
P-98-0789
P-98-0790
P-98-0791
P-98-0792
P-98-0793
Source
STF Voluntary
Funding Task Force
Chairman
ETSI Legal Adviser
Agenda
item
5.5
Replaced
by Tdoc
7.7
SMG
SMG#27
PT SMG
7.12
SMG
SMG7
SMG
P-98-0793
6.7
ETSI SMG#27
Praha, 12 to 16 October 1998
Agenda Item: 6.10 and 7.10
Source:
Date:
Annexes to Tdoc
SMG 0531/98
SMG10 (Technical manager for security aspects)
October 1998
Annexes A, B, C and D to the Status report of SMG10 to SMG#27
Annex A: Proposed LS to MoU-SG on ASCI fraud issues (to SMG#27 for advice)
SMG10 meeting #3/98
Sophia Antipolis, 28 to 31 July 1998
Tdoc SMG10 98P211
From: SMG10
To:
MoU-SG
Liaison statement to MoU -SG on ASCI –fraud issues
SMG10 has reviewed the enclosed document on ASCI and draws attention to the security issues.
SMG10 believes that MoU-SG should issue guidance to Operators on this topic.
Enclosed Tdoc SMG10 98P181 for information to help draw up the guidance.
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Attachment to Tdoc SMG10 98P211: Annex A
SMG10 #3/98
Sophia Antipolis, 28-31 July, 1998
Tdoc SMG10 98P181
Source : Vodafone
Fraud Review of Advanced Speech Call Items (ASCI)
Introduction
This document is a fraud review of the ASCI services, enhanced multi-level precedence and pre-emption
(eMLPP), voice group call (VGCS) and the voice broadcast services (VBS). It has been written to fulfil an
action taken by Vodafone at the SMG10 plenary at Lund, April 1998.
SMG10 looked at the ASCI items at the Torino meeting (October 1997) but due to confusion, the resulting
liaison statement was not delivered to SMG and subsequent discussion did not take place.
The ASCI project was developed under the instigation of the Union Internationale des Chemins de Fer
(UIC), for convenient and quick “PMR-type” communication between railway operatives. However, as it
has been standardised, it can be used in any scenario, and will be reviewed with this in mind.
Service Descriptions
Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption (eMLPP) service
The eMLPP service [GSM 02.67] is an enhancement for GSM networks of the ISDN MLPP service to
meet the UIC requirements.
The eMLPP service specifies how to handle precedence levels for subscribers within a PLMN including
the possibility of pre-emption of ongoing calls. eMLPP defines set-up classes which specify the set-up
time and the pre-emption capability. eMLPP is applicable to tele- and bearer services.
eMLPP service consists of two parts: precedence and pre-emption.
-
Precedence involves assigning a priority level to a call in combination with fast call set-up.
Pre-emption involves the seizing of resources that are in use by a call of a lower precedence by
higher-level precedence call. This can also involve the disconnection of an on-going call of lower
precedence to accept an incoming call of higher precedence.
eMLPP provides different levels of precedence for call set-up and for call continuity in case of handover.
There are at maximum seven priority levels.
Table 1: ASCI – Priority levels
A (highest)
for network internal use
B
0
1
2
3
4 (lowest)
for network internal use
for subscription
for subscription
for subscription
for subscription
for subscription
The two highest levels A and B are reserved for network internal use, e.g. for emergency calls or network
related service configurations like voice group call services. They can only be used locally, i.e., within the
domain of a MSC. The other five levels (0-4) are offered for subscription and can be applied globally if
supported by all related network elements.
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Usually, the priority depends on the calling subscriber who can select the priority level at set-up. If the
subscriber has no eMLPP subscription (or no MLPP subscription in case of a call from the fixed network)
a default priority level is given.
The call set-up time is defined as the time from pressing the send-button to the point at which the called
party, or at least one called party in the case of a multi-party call, can receive information. There are three
classes of set-up time performances and examples of the call set-up times are:
-
class 1 fast set-up 1–2s;
class 2 normal set-up
<5s;
class 3 slow set-up <10s
The network decides the call set up class to assign to a call when the call setup (with eMLPP indicated)
message is received from the MS.
For precedence calls, the network shall have the possibility to pre-empt ongoing calls with lower priority, in
ascending order of priority. Pre-emption is possible at call set-up or at handover.
Table 2: ASCI – Example on eMLPP service composition
Priority level Set-up time
A
class 1
Preemption
yes
B
0
1
2
3
class 2
class 2
class 3
class 3
class 3
yes
yes
Yes
No
No
4
class 3
No
Examples
VBS/VGCS
emergency
application
Operators calls
TS 12 Emergency calls
Premium rate calls
Standard rate calls
Default
for
no
eMLPP
subscription
Low tariff calls
Security Options
There is the option for the network to postpone or not perform authentication at call set up (and
ciphering) for a call with a high priority requiring a class 1 set-up. This applies to both MO and MT calls.
The network can announce that such calls are possible (i.e. that an eMLPP MS may send a SETUP
message before an AUTH_REQ message) using the BCCH.
Authentication is still performed at location update however, so if fast call set up is to be used, the
subscriber must be already registered in the network.
Voice Group Call Service (VGCS, [GSM 02.68])
Definitions (also apply to VBS)
A GSM subscriber who has subscribed to VGCS or VBS is a service subscriber.
A group of service subscribers who wish to communicate with each other using VGCS or VBS will be
assigned a group ID for that group.
The calling subscriber may be any service subscriber which has subscribed to the related group ID and
is entitled to establish a call/broadcast by the terms of his subscription or any dispatcher who is entitled to
be calling subscriber and is registered in the network.
Particular fixed line or mobile users are identified as dispatchers.
Destination subscribers are all service subscribers which belong to a group identified by the group ID
which have their present location in the service area and pre-registered dispatchers.
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Principle: The VGCS [GSM 02.68] allows speech conversation of a predefined group within a predefined
area (the Group Call Area). The initiator of a group call may be a service subscriber or a user of a fixed
network. The speaker may change during the ongoing call.
Establishment of a voice group call
The group call shall be established in a service area that is comprised of one or a cluster of cells. Service
areas shall be predefined at registration. In case of a service subscriber initiating a VGCS, the service
area is uniquely identified by the actual cell in which the service subscriber resides at the moment of
VGCS call initialisation and by the group ID they issue. A dispatcher initiating a VGCS call will be
connected to a related predefined service area.
Ongoing call
The service shall permit only one talking service subscriber at any moment; additionally up to five
dispatchers can be talking simultaneously at one time. Dispatchers should hear all combinations of voices
other than their own. Listening service subscribers shall hear the combination of all voices. The talking
service subscriber shall gain some audible indication if any dispatchers are talking simultaneously.
Security Options
As a network option the mobile station of the talking service subscriber can be requested to send its IMSI
to the network in order so that the talker’s IMSI be stored in the event records.
-
Authentication of calling subscribers at VGCS invocation is optional. (The omission of
authentication applies to call set up only. The subscriber must be perform authentication as normal for
location update)
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Authentication of the talking service subscriber is optional.
-
Confidentiality on the radio path for the talker is optional.
Voice Broadcast Service (VBS, [GSM 02.69]
VBS [GSM 02.69] specifies the capability to set-up a point to multi-point connection for the uni-directional
distribution of speech. The call is initiated by a subscriber or a fixed destination (dispatcher) into a
predefined geographical area (service area) to a predefined group of subscribers located in this area (and
additionally up to eight (including the initiator) fixed destinations).
Destination subscribers must be within the service area to initiate or receive the broadcast.
Dispatchers in VBS receive all voice broadcasts to groups of which they are a part. In addition, they can
initiate broadcasts to groups of which they are a part.
The broadcast call shall be established in a service area that is comprised of one or a cluster of cells.
Service areas shall be predefined at registration.
Establishment of a voice broadcast call
In case of a service subscriber initiating a VBS call, the broadcast area is uniquely identified by the actual
cell in which the service subscriber resides at the moment of VBS call initialisation and by the
called group ID. A dispatcher initiating a VBS call will be connected to a related predefined broadcast
area. Since a dispatcher may be registered to more than one broadcast area and group ID an indication of
the wanted broadcast area and group ID has to be given in form of a dedicated address called by the
dispatcher.
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Release of a Broadcast call
Service subscribers who leave the broadcast area during an on going VBS call cease to be destination
subscribers. Service subscribers which enter the broadcast area during an on going VBS call shall
become destination subscribers within 500ms after reception of the first paging message related to the
VBS call.
The calling subscriber shall remain within the broadcast call until he terminates the call, loses contact with
the network or leaves the broadcast area.
Optional requirements
-
Authentication of calling subscribers at VGCS invocation is optional. (The omission of
authentication applies to call set up only. The subscriber must be perform authentication as normal for
location update)
-
Authentication of the destination subscribers is not required.
-
Confidentiality on the radio path is optional.
Fraud Potential
eMLPP
The risks with eMLPP stem from the possibility of non-authentication (“fast call setup”) for high priority
calls. There is the possibility of intruders masquerading as other MS.
The fast call setup option (authentication postponed or not performed at all) is only open to eMLPP
subscribers, and presumably only those with a high priority. An intruder would therefore require the identity
of the MS with such a priority in order to perform the masquerade.
This identity could be obtained through insider fraud, or, if the eMLPP transmits its IMSI to the network or
receives a new TMSI from the network, in the clear. to obtain the IMSI by eavesdropping, the intruder,
would have to know that the target MS had eMLPP. In such a case, the intruder would have to shadow the
target user and hope that the identity could be revealed and scanned. Insider fraud seems more likely.
Authentication can only be omitted at call setup, it is still required for location update and registration.
Therefore the intruder can only masquerade a subscriber who is already registered in the network and
not requiring location update. The presence of the intruder may be revealed when the genuine subscriber
attempts to make a call while the intruder already has a call in progress or where both the intruder and
genuine subscriber respond to a paging message.
The “fast call setup” option should only be used in emergency situations. There should therefore be the
possibility of procedures at the network where all records of calls with fast call setup and checked
regularly with the user. Also, the calls would only be to specific destinations, and this could be used for
online or offline checking.
Therefore, the monetary gain from being able to masquerade as a MS with high priority seems low,
assuming that the use of fast call setup is sparse and carefully monitored. However, there may be a more
serious use, that of masquerade as the operative with fast call setup, with intent to mis-inform. This could
only be done if the genuine user’s voice was not known to the listeners but is a possibility and a serious
consideration, especially where details of emergency situations are being communicated. Users of eMLPP
should be aware of the possibility of masquerade.
Unlike VBS and VGCS, non-authentication with eMLPP can occur anywhere, not just within a specified
service area.
The risks can be made all but negligible, and fast call setup retained, if instead of not performing
authentication, the network merely postpones it until after the call is setup.
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VBS and VGCS
If the group chooses not to use confidentiality then the group members run the risk of eavesdropping on
the air interface. However, as long as the group members are informed of the lack of confidentiality, they
can take responsibility for the risk of eavesdropping and it need not be a cause of concern.
The option for the calling subscribers and other participating group members to be un-authenticated is of
more concern.
The identities of all members of a group must be registered with the network before operation of the group
can begin. There is therefore no possibility of new identities being allowed into a group call or broadcast
during a call.
However, there is the possibility of intruders masquerading as members of the group if authentication is
not used. This would allow the intruder to set up or receive voice broadcasts and group calls. As for
eMLPP, authentication at location update is still performed, so the intruder can only masquerade as
subscribers who are already registered in the network. The genuine subscriber may recognise the
presence of the intruder by degradation in service, as illustrated for eMLPP.
Group members should be informed that in forming a group where authentication is optional, they run the
risk of intruders masquerading as members of the group. However, charging liability questions aside1, the
group members are the only parties affected by the risk and it need not, therefore, be of cause to the
network operator who has good procedures in place. It can reasonably be assumed, that for a group call,
or group broadcast, there would be at least one listener who would be able to recognise, by voice, if an
intruder were masquerading as the caller.
As VGCS and VBS can only be used within defined areas to defined other parties, the motivation for an
outsider to attempt to initiate calls seems low. The opportunities for eavesdropping seem more of a lure,
but only a collection of fools would use unciphered links for regular communication of sensitive
information.
Conclusions
With suitable internal security (for list of subscribers with high priority eMLPP) and procedures (high
priority eMLPP given only in exceptional cases, and regular usage checks), a network operator has a
minimal risk of fraud. If the network postpones the authentication for fast call set-up, rather than not
performing it, there seems to be no risk2. The subscriber to eMLPP can be made responsible for any
fraud conducted in return for the privilege of fast call set-up. The subscriber should accept the risk of
eavesdropping on the unciphered link and the possibility of masquerade with intent to misinform.
VGCS and VBS can only be used within defined areas. The motivation for call originated fraud by an
outsider therefore seems low. Again, there is a risk of eavesdropping and masquerade, which subscribers
should be aware of and have accepted as a risk.
eMLPP, VGCS and VBS do not represent sources of technical fraud. With careful management,
they do not represent a risk to network operators. Their users should be made aware of the small
risks of eavesdropping and masquerade.
The task of making users aware of the risks, and of implementing good operator control of the
services, is the responsibility of operators offering the service. The sending of a liaison to MoU SG
regarding the risks with the ASCI services is therefore recommended.
1 Realistically, in setting up a group where authentication is optional, group members must accept all call charges attributed to the
group. The possibility of repudiation must not be given, as there is no way of establishing it.
2 Apart from that of “denial of service” if an intruder repeatedly sets up calls which are torn down by the network after authentication
fails. If this does occur the MSC could withdraw the right for all fast call set up, or, if this is required for other MS, simply
cancel the user registration in the VLR. Re-registration would require location update, which would involve authentication.
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References
[GSM 02.67]
[GSM 02.68]
[GSM 02.69]
enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption service, (eMLPP), Stage 1,
GSM 02.67 version 5.0.5
Voice Group Call Service (VGCS), Stage 1, GSM 02.68 version 5.1.3
Voice Broadcast Service (VBS), Stage 1, GSM 02.69 version 5.1.1
Acknowledgements
This document incorporates descriptions of ASCI written by Volker Kessler (Siemens AG) as part of the
ACTS USECA project.
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Annex B: LS to TMN5 & Network Management Forum Mobile Team on
Introduction of Roaming and Fraud Management to the
TelOpsMap (to SMG#27 for information)
SMG10 meeting #3/98
Sophia Antipolis, 28 to 31 July 1998
Tdoc SMG10 98P214
From: SMG10
To:
TMN5 and Network Management Forum Mobile Team
Liaison statement to TMN5 & Network Management Forum Mobile Team on
Introduction of Roaming and Fraud Management to the TelOpsMap
ETSI SMG10 welcomed having visibility of this document and would draw your attention to the fact that
the functionality required is contained within the Fraud Information Gathering System (FIGS). This system
is defined in GSM specifications:
GSM 01.31 Service requirements –Stage 0;
GSM 02.31 Service description - Stage 1;
and
GSM 03.31 Technical Realisation.
It is further expected that FIGS will form the basis of the standards in the fraud area for UMTS.
SMG10 are happy to offer assistance in the area of fraud should it be required.
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Annex C: LS to ETSI SAGE on CTS (to SMG#27 for information)
Tdoc SMG10 98P221
SMG10 meeting #3/98
Sophia Antipolis, 28 to 31 July 1998
From: SMG10
To:
ETSI SAGE
Liaison statement to ETSI SAGE on CTS
SMG10 (CTS ad-hoc) is considering ways of securing the operation of CTS fixed parts (FPs) by
transmitting tokens cryptographically signed by the controlling operator. SMG10 would appreciate
assistance from SAGE with regard to the detail of these mechanisms. Answers to the following questions
are sought:
1. It is believed that there are difficulties with regard to the export of systems using RSA, even where RSA
is only used for digital signatures. Do these difficulties actually exists, and if so, what are they and
where/when do they occur?
2. The use of elliptic curve technology has been proposed. Some members of SMG10 have expressed
concern over the use of elliptic curve technology, believing it to be relatively young and untried. SAGE
are asked for their opinion on the safety of using elliptic curve techniques.
3. One proposal for the transmission of tokens signed by the operator requires the operator to transmit a
public key to the FP that has been certified by 3 certification authorities. If elliptic curve technology is
not used, this trebly signed operator public key could have a considerable length.
One option considered was that the operator public key (plus parameters) could be successively
encrypted by the CA secret keys with minimal increase in the length of the original public key, beyond
that required for the encryption. The resulting string would have to be decrypted by the FP using the
CA public keys in the correct order. SAGE are asked to advise on the security and feasibility of this
method, and what the minimal increase in length would be.
4. SAGE are asked to comment on the proposed key lengths for various public key schemes considered
in the table below. As the only advantage to be gained from forging the token signing process is
avoidance of the subscription charges for CTS (these will be less than the charges for a cellular
subscription) it is expected that the attackers will be individuals and hacking groups. It should be noted
that the scheme allows for the ability to replace keys on a regular frequency, so as to defeat long term
exhaustive search attacks.
Scheme
System
SK
PK
Signature
RSA-based
N/A
2048
1088
1024
DSA
2208
160
1024
320
EC-based
481
160
161
160
ECDSA
481
160
161
320
5. SAGE are asked to inform SMG10 of any patents and export difficulties with the above techniques that
they know of.
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Annex D: LS to SMG#27 on SS7 network security
SMG10 meeting #3/98
Sophia Antipolis, 28 to 31 July 1998
Tdoc SMG10 98P235
From: SMG10
To:
SMG#27
Liaison statement to SMG#27 on SS7 network security
Summary
There is no adequate security in SS7. Mobile operators' needs to protect themselves from attack by
hackers and inadvertent action that could stop a network or networks operating correctly. Security
encapsulation of the MAP related messages to prove the origin of them and verified against trusted
network entities.
Therefore SMG10 proposes the work should be started for this, and would welcome support from other
groups working on SS7.
Background
SMG10 has for some time been concerned about the security of the global SS7 network as a transport
system for non channel associated signalling, for example authentication messages and supplementary
services such as call forwarding. The problem with the current SS7 system is that messages can be
altered and injected into the global SS7 networks in an un-controlled manner.
In the past SS7 traffic was passed between major PTOs and covered under treaty organisation. The
number of operators was relatively small and the risk of compromise was low. With the increase in
different types of operators the increase in the number of interconnection circuits there is an ever-growing
loss of control of security of the signalling networks.
There is also a growing increase in the use and interconnection between the telecommunication networks
and the Internet .The IT community now has many protocol converters for conversion of SS7 data to IP
primarily for the transportation of voice and data over the IP networks. In addition new services such as
those based on IN will lead to a growing use of the SS7 network for general data transfers.
There have been a number of inadvertent network incidents from accidental action that have taken
damaged a network. To date there have been very few deliberate actions. The availability of cheap PC
based equipment that can be used to access networks.
And the ready availability of access gateways on the Internet will lead to actions against mobile operators.
The problem of risk of attack has been recognised in the USA (Tdoc SMG10 98P201), this contains
exceptions from a document of the Presidents office indicating concern on SS7. It is understood that T1 is
looking at the issue.
Example of SS7 related messages that could cause damage to network are enclosed in annex 1.
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The table below shows the split in the problems caused for either the network it’s self or it’s subscribers.
The key issues are manipulation of the customers related activities carried in the signalling. In the case of
the network the key issue in the external control of the HLR’s ability to be used.
Network attack
Subscriber attack
Element
Effect
HLR/AuC
Overload
Signalling
network, or HLR
HLR data
Call forwarding
Status
detached)
(attached,
Service profile
Location
GMSC
Removal of service
whilst switch recovers,
Signalling overload in
VLR or HLR
MSC
SMC, VPS, IN nodes
Dependant
network
on
Remove subscription
Intercept
MT – call divert
Call selling
Protect network
Filter (policing of messages)
Prove origin of messages
Verify source of message
Mechanism for protection of deletion , insertion,
modification
Confidentiality of messages
SMG10 is very concerned that no activity is taking place in SMG or ETSI as a whole to protect the integrity
of the SS7 network which is the communication lifeline for all services offered in a network. SMG 10
therefore strongly recommend that this is an urgent work item for SMG for all respective working groups, If
the GSM standards are not seen as very from attack.
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Annex 1 to Tdoc SMG10 98P235 - SS7 Problem Messages
MESSAGE
SS7 LAYER
ISSUE
TFP Transfer Prohibited
MTP
Prevents signalling to a nominated node from
any node connect to an STP
TRF Transfer Restricted
MTP
Cause re-routing of messages to a specified
node from any node connect to an STD
TFC Transfer Control
MTP
Allows message only of certain priority to a
nominated node.
LIN Link Inhibit
MTP
Inhibits signalling on a nominated signalling link
SSP Subsystem Prohibited
SCCP
Prevent signalling to a nominated subsystem or
nominated link from any node connected to an
STP
Update Location
MAP
Put subscriber on wrong MSC – (False MSC)
Insert Subscriber Data
MAP
Insert null data – remove service
Cancel Location
MAP
Remove location info about subscriber
Delete subscriber data
MAP
Delete subscriber
Reset
MAP
Indicates an HLR reset. Leads to message
congestion to HLR
Send routing info.
MAP
Determines where subscriber is attached or
forwarded. Could be used to obtain location of
sub or over load HLR with SRI requests.
Update Location Area
MAP
Delete. Location area or update to an alternative
location.
Detach IMSI
MAP
Remove subscriber
Insert Subscriber Data
MAP
Manipulate authentication process
EraseSS
MAP
Effect service
DeactivateSS
MAP
Effect service
Reset
MAP
Overload of signalling channel
Authenticate
MAP
Effect authentication activity
Update Location
Cancel Location
Delete Subscriber Data
Send Parameters
ETSI EP SMG
Prague, October 12th – 16th, 1998
Source:
To:
Tdoc SMG 602/98
SMG
MoU
Subject: Proposed liaison to MoU on Allocation of Sub-System Number
ITU-T has rejected the allocation of specific GSM code point in the international range
for nodes only used in GSM networks (e.g. SGSN). This is used for routing MAP
messages to the different elements inside a GSM network and in between network via the
International signalling network.
Consequently, SMG is currently reviewing the allocation of code points in the national
range. The roaming situation requires some co-ordination in the allocation.
Some discussion took place inside ETSI where SPS1 is currently co-ordinating this
allocation for Europe. Some co-ordination will be handled inside ETSI by SMG.
The situation in GSM networks is more difficult due to the fact that operators outside
Europe are also using this kind of code points.
SMG request whether MoU could handle the maintenance of these code point in a
centralised manner to ensure this consistent allocation throughout the world and keep
SMG12 inform of any new allocation for the future.
As soon as approved by SMG the CR on 03.03 will be provided to MoU as first input for
the document to be handled by MoU.
For additional information a draft version of CR to 03.03 that is provided as an annex for
information. Please be aware that this CR is not yet in its final version and is provided
just for information.
Attachment: Draft CR to 03.03.
ETSI TC SMG#27
Praha, CZ
12-16. Oct 1998
SSN allocation for GPRS, CAMEL etc
SMG3 endorsed CRs.
Source : SMG3 Chairman
This attachment contains 3 CRs on the allocation of SCCP Subsystem Numbers (SSNs) out of the range of
codepoints reserved for use by national networks.
These change requests are endorsed by SMG3, especially the assignment of the codepoints as specified in
section(s) 8.2.
Remark1: Some discussion still is ongoing on the text in the general section 8 which prevented
the CRs from being completely endorsed/approved by SMG3 on the recent plenary
meeting.
Remark2: Several CRs are proposed to have a clean separation between the SMG work items
for GPRS and CAMEL.
CHANGE REQUEST No. A____r2
Technical Specification GSM 03.03
version 5.1.0
Submitted to SMG for approval without presentation ("non-strategic") [ ]
with presentation ("strategic") [ ]
Status at SMG [ ]:
Approved [ ]
Rejected [ ]
Postponed [ ]
Phase 1: [ ]
Phase 2: [ ]
Phase 2+: [ R’96] Work item: CAMEL Ph1
Other phase(s) affected: [ ] If yes, linked CR(s):
Proposed change affects: SIM [ ] ME [ ] Network [x]
10/9/98
Source: Vodafone, [Siemens]
Date:
Subject: Definition of SSN for MAP signalling to the gsmSCF
Category:
F - Correction
[X]
A - Corresponds to a Phase 2 correction
[ ]
B - Addition of Feature
[ ]
C - Functional modification of Feature
[ ]
D - Editorial modification
[ ]
Reason for change:
An SSN needs to be allocated for inter-PLMN use, but ITU-T has refused to allocate SSNs from the
globally standardised range
Sections affected, and additional explanation of details of change (if needed):
Sections 8, 8.2
Attached revised pages:
Page(s): 1
If other core Specifications are affected, necessary (and attached) Joint CRs:
Affects (possibly):
MS Test Specifications [n]
BSS Test Specifications [n]
O&M Specifications [ ]
Attached CRs?:
Cross Phase Compatibility:
Change affects operation of:
Change affects operation of:
Phase 1 MS in Phase 2(+) NW [ ]
Phase 1 SIM in Phase 2(+) ME[ ]
CR to 09.91 attached:
Phase 2(+) MS in Phase 1 NW [ ]
CR to 09.90 attached:
Phase 2(+) SIM in Phase 1 ME [ ]
CR to 09.91 attached:
Other comments:
See also CR 03.03-A009 from SMG3 WP-C on SSN reservation (approved in Stuttgart July 98).
8
SCCP subsystem numbers
Subsystem numbers are used to identify applications within network entities which use SCCP signalling. In
GSM, subsystem numbers may be used between PLMNs, in which case they are taken from the globally
standardised range (1 - 31) or that part of the national network range (129 – 150) reserved for GSM use
between PLMNs, or within a PLMN, in which case they are taken from the part of the national network
range (32 – 128 & 151 - 254) not reserved for GSM use between PLMNs.
8.1
Globally standardised subsystem numbers used for GSM
The following globally standardised subsystem numbers have been allocated for use by GSM:
0000 0101
CAP
0000 0110
HLR (MAP);
0000 0111
VLR (MAP);
0000 1000
MSC (MAP);
0000 1001
EIR (MAP);
0000 1010
is allocated for evolution (possible Authentication centre).
8.2
National network subsystem numbers used for GSM
The following national network subsystem numbers have been allocated for use by within GSM networks:
1111 1101
BSS O&M (A interface);
1111 1110
BSSAP (A interface).
The following national network subsystem numbers hasve been allocated for use bywithin GSM networks
and for use between GSM networks:
1111 1010
1001 0100
gsmSCF (MAP)
ETSI/TC/SMG#27
12-16 October 1998, Praha
Tdoc SMG
610/98
Source: ETSI/SMG
Subject: LIAISON STATEMENT TO TRAC - CTS FP SCOPE STATEMENT
The future work schedule for the GSM Phase 2+ feature CTS (Cordless Telephony
System) was discussed at the SMG#27 meeting during 12-16 October 1998. At this
meeting two documents were approved detailing the future work schedule and the
Stage 1 Service Description. These are Tdoc SMG 586/98 and 680/98. Copies of these
documents are attached.
It is understood that TRAC had delayed the work on a Scope Statement for a CTR for
the CTS FP (Fixed Part) pending the resolution of this issue in SMG. As SMG has
agreed to continue the development of the CTS feature, and elaborated a work
schedule, TRAC is invited to complete the scope statement for CTS FP.
TDocs 586/98 and 680/98 to be added
ETSI TC SMG
Meeting #27
Praha, 12-16 October 1998,
Tdoc SMG 98-611
[Draft] Liaison Statement to TC ERM
Source: [SMG 8 Chairman] SMG
Title: System Description of UTRA
1
SMG wishes to draw the attention of ERM to a system description for UTRA which may be useful
for ERM’s work. This was prepared for submission to ITU/R TG8/1 as an evaluation report for the
UTRA Radio Transmission Technology (RTT) proposal for IMT 2000.
SMG made the selection of the concepts (technologies) to be used as the basis of UTRA (the
UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access) at SMG #24 bis in January 1998. SMG 2 was then given the
responsibility for further refining the chosen concepts.
The workplan for the further refinement and definition of UTRA was driven by the deadlines set by
ITU/R TG 8/1 for the submission of Radio Transmission Technologies for IMT 2000. These were:
„ June 30th 1998 for the submission of proposed technologies (RTTs)
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September 30 1998 for the submission of evaluation reports on the proposals.
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(the evaluation report contains an updated version of the June 30 submission).
SMG 2 submitted UTRA as a proposed technology for IMT 2000. Proposals based on similar
technologies were also submitted from USA (WCDMA/NA) and Japan (W-CDMA). A total of 15
RTTs were submitted to ITU, of which 10 are intended for terrestrial use.
TC ERM is requested to exercise some caution in the use of the Evaluation Report:
1) SMG 2 is continuing to refine and complete the UTRA proposal, and therefore some changes
may be made (although SMG 2 believes that UTRA is now quite stable).
2) ITU TG 8/1 envisages a process of convergence between the proposed IMT 2000 RTTs, which
could result in changes to UTRA.
3) The performance evaluation of UTRA is defined in GSM 30.03, which is based on the
methodology defined by TG 8/1. This methodology was primarily intended to evaluate the
proposed RTTs. Some of the performance figures in the evaluation report (especially relating
to spectrum efficiency) may not be directly applicable to other purposes.
The work on spectrum related parameters is more advanced for those aspects related to the
modulation than for other areas (eg due to non-linearity in the transmitter and receiver). ERC TG1
is performing studies on coexistence of terrestrial UMTS with other radio systems. SMG 2 has
received a liaison statement from ERC TG1 requesting information on UTRA; SMG 2 has replied to
this LS, but is not yet able to fully answer the questions asked by TG1.
The evaluation report for UTRA can be found on the ETSI server at:
http://docbox.etsi.org/tech-org/smg/document/smg2/SMG2UMTS-ITU/SRTT/EVAL_REPORTS
or:
1
http://www.etsi.org/smg/UTRA/UTRA.htm
UTRA (UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access) is the radio interface for UTRAN (UMTS Terrestrial
Radio Access Network)
ETSI SMG#27
12 - 16 October 1998
Praha
Tdoc SMG 98-0615
ETSI STC SMG 4 UMTS
28 Sept – 2 Oct 1998,
Sophia Antipolis, France
SMG4 Tdoc 98p469
Liaison Statement
From:
To:
Cc:
SMG4
SMG1
SMG12
Subject: Comments on UMTS 22.00 v.1.0.0
SMG4 UMTS have reviewed this draft specification and would like to make the following observations.
Section 5 Teleservices/Data Applications.
Fax services
SMG4 UMTS feels that despite the growth of internet based document transfer, fax would still be an
important medium when UMTS services are rolled out and therefore should be properly supported in
the UMTS/GSM environment.
Serious concerns were raised that not standardising the store and forward protocol could result in many
different implementations leading to poor uptake of the service. Users need to have a consistent method
of fax transfer whether they are using GSM or UMTS access. In order to facilitate this a standardised
protocol over generic data bearers should be agreed. This would allow software developers to add this
method of fax transfer to standard PC software packages.
It was also hoped that fax users who move between UMTS and GSM coverage would not suffer from
dropped calls. This would infer that a fax call in GSM using T.30 would be prevented from handing
over to UMTS, but no restriction would be necessary handing over in the UMTS to GSM direction.
SMG1 should note that SMG4 will be investigating via a proposed new work item, the suitability of
T.38 ( Fax over IP) as a possible candidate for UMTS fax services.
Circuit Switched data
This section appears to be acceptable as long as the same IWF is used in UMTS as for GSM.
Packet switched data
Delegates agreed that section 5 should contain additional text describing packet data in UMTS and that
it should be described in a way that compares it to GPRS.
Section 8.9
If UMTS does not support T.30 it not supporting all the services supported in GSM in the same way.
This text should be clarified.
In general, SMG4 UMTS would like to emphasise the importance of standardising protocols and
interfaces so that services become very easy for the average customer to use. Without adequate
standards chaos will reign, resulting in an inability to run profitable services.
ETSI SMG #27
Prague, The Czech Republic
12 – 16 October, 1998
Source:
Tdoc SMG 98-0624
SMG
Position Paper on the UICC for early UMTS systems
SMG have been looking at the requirements for the UMTS (Third Generation) USIM, noting
particularly, the requirement that UMTS evolves from GSM. As part of the evolutionary
approach from GSM to Third generation systems, it is a requirement that 3G terminals support
existing (Phase 2) SIMs (at three volts, but not five volt SIMs), but it is not a requirement that
GSM terminals support 3G USIMs. It is the strong opinion of SMG that the UICC (UMTS
Integrated Circuit Card) is a mandatory element of Third Generation systems.
It is recognised that the existing physical interface should remain unchanged (to
accommodate the need for interworking with GSM), however, that there may be the need to
enhance the interface, both in terms of protocol (for example, employing the T=1 protocol),
and speeding up the bit transmission rate across the interface.
It is recognised that the existing two physical sizes may prove to be limiting to mobile
equipment (ME) designs for 3G mobiles, so consideration is being given to a third physical
size of SIM, (e.g. a cut down version of existing "Plug-in" SIM, without affecting the existing
mandatory physical interface). The UICC / terminal interface remains mandatory.
The other important feature of the SIM is the SIM Application Toolkit; this is a powerful tool for
operators, and can be easily exploited and enhanced for 3G operations, especially in the area
of Virtual Home Environment. Allied to this is the security for the Toolkit, where end-to-end
messaging between the Application area in the SIM and its partner entity in, or behind, the
network, can be secured, to prevent fraud or interception. Enhancements exploiting newer
bearer services will be included for the Toolkit.
The next generation SIM will be a multi-application card, including support for application
loading; SMG fully expect this work to be completed and approved in June 1999.
It is the opinion of SMG9 that the existing SIM technology and functionality is an ideal baseline
platform for early third generation systems; it is recognised that there will of necessity be
alterations and additions to the file structure in the existing SIM to accommodate UMTS
functionality, but this is believed to be easily undertaken.
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Tdoc SMG 98-640
Source: SMG#27
Subject: LS to GSM MoU EIG and SMG7
Common position on Article 3 “Essential Requirements” of the draft R&TTE Directive
SMG#27 has adopted the position on Article 3 “Essential Requirements” of the draft R&TTE Directive
described in Tdoc SMG#27 98-581.
Provided that GSM MoU EIG and SMG7 share this position SMG#27 proposes to liaise this position to
the European Commission and to the R&TTE Steering Group and Ad Hoc Group on Essential
Requirements with a copy to TC ERM TG6 as it is suggested in the last section of Tdoc SMG#27 98581.
SMG#27 welcomes the views of GSM MoU EIG and SMG7 on the proposed position on Article 3
“Essential Requirements” of the draft R&TTE Directive. SMG7 is kindly asked to co-ordinate the
liaisons with the above mentioned parties.
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Meeting #27
Praha, 12-16 October 1998,
Source:
SMG #27
To:
SMG 2
cc:
SMG 8, SMG 11
Tdoc SMG 98-642
Liaison Statement
Title: Testability of AMR in the BSS
Introduction
During the discussion on AMR in SMG #27, several issues have been identified relating to AMR
which may impact the testability of AMR within the BSS. In view of the urgency expressed for the
completion of the AMR standards, these are brought to the attention of SMG 2 before the next
meeting of SMG 8.
AMR employs an adaptation mechanism within the base station. It is important that testability is
taken into account in the way the radio interface requirements are defined; if this is not done, it may
later be found that the AMR requirements are not testable for the BSS. Some of these
requirements may be “essential requirements” which must be tested for type approval (especially
reference sensitivity and interference).
SMG 8 has previously found it impossible to fully define tests for parameters which are internal to
the BSS (RXLEV and RXQUAL), which could only be achieved using special functionality for
testing. This could not be implemented on equipment which was already deployed. It is therefore
important for AMR that any functionality required for testing is defined in the initial release of AMR
standards:
„ It is clear from the discussions in SMG #27 that there is commercial pressure for AMR to be
deployed soon.
„ The functionality may be needed for tests which are required for type approval (which is not the
case for RXLEV and RXQUAL).
Recommendations
These recommendations are intended primarily to assist SMG 2 in its work on AMR before the next
meeting of SMG 8.
The testability of AMR in the BSS should be taken into consideration during the initial definition of
radio interface requirements. This should include:
„ Definition of requirements of the BTS only (ie to allow testing of the BTS independent of the
TRAU)
„ Definition of necessary test conditions (and if required, test loops, test point or test modes)
„ Consideration as to whether the AMR signalling needs to be tested, and if so, how.
„ Consideration should be given as to whether the performance of the BTS measurement of the
quality metric needs to be tested, and if so, how.
As SMG 2 will need to start its work on AMR before the next meeting of SMG 8, it is suggested that
SMG 2 should use the following working assumption:
the majority of testing should be performed in a test mode using a single channel
codec mode, with the adaptation mechanism disabled.
Discussion
For the MS, many of the tests are performed using a test loop defined in GSM 11.10. SMG 7 is
given a mandate to define test loops for measuring performance of RF parameters by a statement
in clause 6 of GSM 05.05. There is no equivalent statement in GSM 05.05 relating to testing of the
BSS, and SMG 8 has previously concluded that it does not have authority to define mandatory
requirements for the BSS for testing purposes (for example, mandatory test points, test loops or
test modes).
The adaptation mechanism for AMR is understood to be implemented within the base station, and
is believed to use both a parameter reported by the MS and a parameter measured by the base
station. However, the adaptation algorithm is not fully specified, and manufacturers’ proprietary
algorithms can be used. This means that the state of operation of the BTS cannot be defined by
the characteristics of the signal applied to the antenna connector.
One possible approach to the testing of AMR would be possible using a test apparatus which
emulated the adaptation process within the MS. However, this approach has not previously been
adopted by SMG 8 for BSS testing. It would therefore take some time for SMG 8 to develop a
suitable test methodology, and current test equipment is unlikely to be capable of performing these
tests. This approach to testing would include the performance of the uplink AMR signalling channel
performance and the measurement of the performance metric in the BTS. However, it may be very
difficult to define the performance requirements for such a complex dynamic system.
An alternative approach would be to define a test mode of operation which would disable the AMR
adaptation mechanism, and enable the different channel codec modes to be tested independently.
This would allow the existing test methodology to be used for AMR. This approach would not test
the uplink AMR signalling channel performance or the measurement of the performance metric in
the BTS, although independent requirements could be defined for these parameters.
SMG #27 was advised by the Chairman of SMG 8 that the second approach will probably be
preferable, for the following reasons:
„ It is likely to result in well defined requirements, which will result in tests which can be
implemented consistently.
„ The approach is similar to the current BTS tests, which enable the test cases to be developed
and implemented quickly.
The consequences of this recommendation to SMG 2 would be:
„ SMG 2 would need to either define test modes, or mandate SMG 8 to define them.
„ SMG 2 would need to consider whether (and if so, how) the following aspects of AMR should
be tested in the BTS:
„ Uplink AMR signalling
„ the measurement of the performance metric in the BTS
„ The overall performance of the AMR radio interface, including the adaptation process.
TDoc SMG 98-0668
ETSI SMG #27
Prague, The Czech Republic
12 - 16 October, 1998
Source :
SMG9
Agenda item: 6.9
SMG9 Status Report
This document gives an overview of the status of work in SMG9 for the period June 1998
(SMG #26) - October 1998 (SMG #27).
Contents
1 Executive summary.............................................................................................................................................2
2
Meetings .......................................................................................................................................................2
3
Status of SMG9 specifications before SMG #27 ..........................................................................................3
4
Change requests to Phase 2/2+ specifications ............................................................................................3
4.1
GSM 11.11, SIM/ME interface specification..................................................................................3
4.2
GSM 11.14, SIM Application Toolkit .............................................................................................3
4.3
GSM 02.17, SIM functional characteristics. ..................................................................................4
4.4
EG 201 220, ETSI numbering system for telecommunication application providers (AID)...........5
5
SMG9 Working Parties and ad hoc groups ..................................................................................................5
5.1
GSM API .......................................................................................................................................5
5.2
UMTS ............................................................................................................................................5
5.3
Generics Working Party ...............................................................................................................6
6
Other Issues .................................................................................................................................................6
6.1
1,8V SIM/ME interface specification (GSM 11.18)........................................................................6
6.2
New scope of SMG9 .....................................................................................................................6
7
Meeting Calendar .........................................................................................................................................6
8
List of Documents Submitted to SMG #27 ...................................................................................................7
9
Decisions required from SMG #27 ...............................................................................................................7
ANNEX A LS from SMG9 to SMG on Application Identifiers..................................................................................8
ANNEX B LS to SMG on the use of AT commands from SIM toolkit applications ...............................................13
ANNEX C LS to SMG on the UICC in early UMTS systems.................................................................................14
ANNEX D Terms of Reference of SMG9..............................................................................................................15
Number of pages: 15
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
Page 2 of 15
1
Executive summary
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SMG9 has held its 16th plenary meeting in the period between SMG #26 and SMG #27. An
SMG9 #16bis meeting will be held on 2 - 4 December 1998 in order to allow a timely completion of
release 98 issues.
SMG9 has held 5 working party and ad hoc meetings in the period between SMG #26 and SMG #27.
SMG9 had one joint meeting with SMG1 on the elaboration of the Stage 1 specification for the SIM
Application Toolkit.
a new working party has been formed to work on generic IC card issues. The chairman is Rune
Lindholm from Nokia.
the testing working party has a new chairman, Gerd Pfaffenholz from Orga Kartensysteme.
2 non-strategic CRs to GSM 11.11 are presented in tdoc 98-0671.
10 non-strategic Phase 2+ CRs to GSM 11.14 are presented in tdoc 98-0670.
2 strategic Phase 2+ CRs to GSM 11.14 are presented in tdoc 98-0669.
1 non-strategic Phase 2+ CR to GSM 02.17 is presented in tdoc 98-0403.
GSM 02.19 v2.0.0 is presented for approval as a release 98 specification in tdoc 98-0674.
2
Meetings
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nd
th
The 16 meeting of ETSI SMG9 was held in St Cyr Sur Mer, France from the 22 to the 25 September, 1998
at the invitation of Atmel. The meeting was chaired by Klaus Vedder and was attended by 73 delegates from 15
countries.
The following working party and ad hoc meetings have also been held since SMG #26:
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The UMTS Working Party held two meetings hosted by Nokia in August and ETSI in October. The
chairman is Günter Maringer from T-Mobil;
The SIM API Working Party had two meetings, hosted by ETSI in July and by De La Rue in September.
The chairman is Mark Green from Orange.
The Testing working party has held one meeting hosted by Bosch Telecom. The chairman (for that
meeting) was Phil Hooker from Orange.
The joint SMG1 SMG9 meeting for the Stage 1 specification of the SIM Application Toolkit was hosted by
ETSI. The chairman is Nigel Barnes from Motorola.
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Status of SMG9 specifications before SMG #27
Spec
Title
GSM 02.17
SIM functional characteristics
GSM 02.19
GSM 02.48
GSM 03.48
GSM 09.91
GSM 11.11
(DRAFT) SIM Application Programming Interface (API) Stage 1
SIM toolkit secure messaging (stage 1)
SIM toolkit secure messaging (stage 2)
Interworking Aspects of the SIM/ME Interface Between Phase 1 and Phase 2
Specification of the SIM-ME Interface
GSM 11.12
GSM 11.14
Specification on the 3 Volt SIM-ME Interface
Specification of the SIM-ME Interface for the SIM application toolkit
GSM 11.17
GSM 11.18
UMTS 22.11
(DRAFT) SIM conformance test specification
(DRAFT) 1.8 Volt SIM-ME Interface
UICC and USIM requirements
EG 201 220
EG 201 227
TR 101 223
ETSI numbering system for telecommunication Application providers (AID)
ETSI numbering system for telecommunication; ALgorithm IDentifiers (ALID)
Integrated Circuits Cards (ICC); Definitions of differences and their hierarchical
relationship
Phase
Version
(before
SMG #27)
phase 1
phase 2
release 96
release 98
release 98
release 97
release 97
phase 2
phase 1
phase 2
release 96
release 97
release 98
phase 2
release 96
release 97
release 98
release 99
UMTS
3.2.0
4.3.3
5.0.1
7.0.0
2.0.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
4.0.1
3.16.0
4.20.0
5.10.0
6.1.0
7.0.0
4.3.1
5.8.0
6.1.0
7.0.0
1.1.0
1.3.0
0.2.0
n/a
n/a
n/a
1.2.1
1.2.1
1.1.1
GSM / UMTS SPECIFICATIONS
NON-GSM SPECIFICATIONS
4
Change requests to Phase 2/2+ specifications
All CRs listed in this section were agreed by SMG9 at SMG9 #16.
4.1
GSM 11.11, SIM/ME interface specification
The following non-strategic CRs were agreed at the last SMG9 meeting. They can be found in Tdoc
SMG 98-0671.
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4.2
CR 11.11-A071(R98) introduces an enhance image coding scheme that will enable colour icons to be
stored on the SIM in a standardised manner.
CR 11.11-A072 (R98) is a harmonisation CR that adds reference to PCS 1900. This is done at the
request of ANSI T1P1.
GSM 11.14, SIM Application Toolkit
The following CRs had been postponed by SMG #26. They are re-presented without modification in Tdoc 980669.
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CR 11.14-A084 (R96) introduces a new class 1bis to reduce the number of MEs on the market offering
only partial and differing support of class 2. This CR was first put forward for approval at SMG #26.
SMG #26 concluded that SMG1 should examine the issue of SIM toolkit classes as it was more of a
service / commercial issue. SMG1 reviewed the CR at the Naantaali meeting in July and mandated their
SIM toolkit stage 1 working party to decide on the CR. That group agreed that the CR should be
forwarded unchanged to SMG #27 for approval. SMG9 ratified the decision.
CR 11.14-A087 (R97) is the release 97 version of CR 11.11-A084.
CR 11.14-A112 (R98) is the release 98 version of CR 11.11-A084.
The following strategic CR was agreed at the last SMG9 meeting. It can be found in tdoc SMG 98-0669.
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CR 11.14-A111 (R98) introduces a new command to the SIM application toolkit "RUN AT COMMAND".
This will allow the application to execute all specific AT commands that the ME supports. This includes
those specified (in GSM 07.07) as well as manufacturer specific commands. Typical uses for such
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functionality are remote diagnostics, customer care and control of unattended terminals.
During discussion at the last plenary, two main concerns arose. The first is that the SIM toolkit would now
be promoting the opportunity for non-standardised ME/service behaviour to be introduced. The second is
that the feature would effectively bypass the current concept of toolkit classes which fully define an ME’s
toolkit behaviour. Concern was also raised about the ME setting up calls without the user's knowledge or
confirmation.
A vote on the CR during the last SMG9 plenary indicated that there were 15 delegates in favour, 5 against
and 45 abstentions. It was therefore concluded that the CR should be sent to SMG #27 but that the
concerns of some SMG9 members should be made known to SMG #27. These concerns can be found in
the LS from SMG9 to SMG in annex B of this report.
The following non-strategic CRs were agreed at the last SMG9 meeting. They can be found in tdoc
SMG 98-0670.
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4.3
CR 11.14-A091r1 R98: "Yes/No" response for GET INKEY. Most of SIM Toolkit applications using the
GET INKEY command actually expect only a "YES" or "NO" response. This new feature simplifies the
SIM Toolkit application and provides an improved user MMI.
CR 11.14-A092 R98: Alignment of coding of card reader status event. This corrects the encoding of card
reader status event thus aligning it with the encoding of the other events.
CR 11.14-A093 R97: Additional information field mandatory in case of USSD Return Error result. This
clarifies that if result code '37' is returned, the ME shall provide a specific cause value as additional
information.
CR 11.14-A094 R98: This is the release 98 version of CR 11.14-A093.
CR 11.14-A095 R97: This CR corrects the omission of the SET UP EVENT LIST command from the
table that shows all possible result values for all commands.
CR 11.14-A096 R96: This CR clarifies that in the case where the SIM issues an instruction to the ME to
initiate a Mobile Originated transaction (e.g. SEND SMS, SEND USSD), the content supplied by the SIM
for onward transmission by the ME shall not be altered by the ME unless explicitly stated elsewhere in
GSM 11.14 or in GSM 11.11.
CR 11.14-A097 R97: This is the release 97 version of CR 11.14-A096.
CR 11.14-A098 R98: This is the release 98 version of CR 11.14-A096.
CR 11.14-A099 R97: Clarification about USSD return result.
CR 11.14-A100 R98: Clarification about USSD return result.
CR 11.14-A101 R97: This is the release 97 version of CR 11.14-A102.
CR 11.14-A102 R96: This CR clarifies the handling the handling of the ‘9300’ status response for the
envelope command for SMS Data download, Call Control and SMS Call Control. All other cases are
already defined in GSM 11.11.
CR 11.14-A103 R98: This is the release 98 version of CR 11.14-A102.
CR 11.14-A104 R98: This CR introduces a new command SET UP IDLE MODE TEXT. The text supplied
by the command is not allowed to overwrite information of higher importance such as the service
provider's name.
CR 11.14-A108 R98: This CR clarifies that the ME shall not locally generate audible DTMF tones and
play them to the user during a SET UP CALL command.
CR 11.14-A109 R97: This change describes the handling of the TERMINAL RESPONSE command in
the case where CALL CONTROL by SIM is triggered after a proactive command SET UP CALL, SEND
SS or SEND USSD.
CR 11.14-A110 R98: This is the release 98 version of CR 11.14-A109.
GSM 02.17, SIM functional characteristics.
A complete revision of GSM 02.17 to align it with the changes made to GSM 11.11 and GSM 11.14 over the last
years had been presented to SMG #26 for information and comment. As no comments were received SMG9
agreed to present the "new" GSM 02.17 to SMG #27 for approval. The two CRs are contained inTdoc 98-0403.
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CR 02.17-A001 (R96) aligns GSM 02.17 with changes that have been made to GSM 11.11 and GSM
11.14 and are not currently reflected.
CR 02.17-A003 (R98) is a release 98 version of CR 02.17-A001.
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EG 201 220, ETSI numbering system for telecommunication application providers (AID)
SMG9 has recently become responsible for the documents previously in the control of TC ICC. EG 201
220 is one such document. The change request contained in Tdoc 98-0673 is proposed as a result of
work being done on GSM 02.19, the SIM API. The implementation of the SIM API requires that an
application residing on the smart card is referenced by the operating system by an Application Identifier
(AID). This change allows card applications to be administered by the card issuer, using a generic PIX
structure, without the necessity for a plethora of applications for AIDs to the ETSI Secretariat.
5
SMG9 Working Parties and ad hoc groups
There was no meeting of the SIM Toolkit Security Working Party.
5.1
GSM API
At SMG #25 the new SMG9 work item "SIM Application Programming Interface" received final approval. At
SMG #26, GSM 02.19 (the stage one description) was presented for information and comment.
Two working party meetings have been held since July. The last SMG9 plenary slightly modified the version
presented to SMG #26 and agreed that the revised version of GSM 02.19 should be forwarded to SMG #27 for
approval. This can be found in tdoc SMG 98-0674.
Work has now started on producing the stage 2 descriptions. The first document, GSM 03.19, will specify a
Java API. This is being developed in co-operation with the Java Card forum and will be based on Java Card 2.1.
It is expected that this will be presented to SMG #28 for information. The second document will describe a
standardised method downloading applications to the SIM "over the air". This specification will be based on the
work already done by VISA international. It is expected that this document will be presented to SMG #28 for
information.
In order to manage SIM Toolkit Applications and the GSM application on a card implementing the SIM API it is
necessary to refer to these applications by a unique application identifier. It has therefore been agreed by SMG9
to adopt the ISO/IEC 7816-5 mechanism. ETSI references this mechanism in an ETSI guide EG 201 220. In
line with the procedures in the ETSI guide, SMG9 has completed the required registration forms for a GSM
Application identifier and a SIM Toolkit Application identifier. These are attached in annex A of this report for
SMG to endorse and forward to the ETSI secretariat.
5.2
UMTS
The UMTS working party has held two meetings since August. They expect to have specifications ready as
follows:
UMTS 22.11
UMTS xx.yy
UMTS xx.zz
A report on UICC and USIM requirements, v 1.0.0 at SMG #28;
UICC / ME interface specification; Physical and electrical layer, v1.0.0 at SMG #29;
UICC / ME interface specification; logical layer, v1.0.0 at SMG #29.
It should be noted that a UICC is a physical UMTS IC card and a USIM is the application resident on that card.
As a result of discussion at the working party meetings, several key proposals were presented to SMG9 #16.
They are:
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-
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a new size for the UICC should be developed. Basically, a plug-in card with any plastic around the contact
area removed is suggested. SMG9 endorsed that options for a new (smaller) sized SIM should be
studied.
the T=1 protocol should be mandatory for both the UICC and the ME. The T=0 protocol (as used by the
SIM) would also need to be supported for reasons of backward compatibility. This was endorsed by
SMG9.
nd
the UICC shall support the new requirements in the 2 edition of ISO/IEC 7816-3 (1997). This was
endorsed by SMG9.
all UMTS MEs and UICCs shall support at least 2 voltage classes. This was endorsed by SMG9.
interface speed enhancements shall be supported by all UICCs and UMTS MEs.
the International Standard ISO/IEC 7816-5 shall be used for application selection. This is the same
approach used by the SIM API working party and was endorsed by SMG9.
a standardised mechanism for secure downloading is required (this is not currently specified for GSM). It
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was agreed that the newly created Generic Working Party should examine the issue and produce a work
item. The work should be in line with that done by the SIM API group.
It was noted by the group that none of the approved UMTS documents state that the UICC is a mandatory
element of UMTS. SMG9 has therefore produced a position paper (see LS to SMG in annex C of this report)
stating this and several of the points mentioned above. SMG9 requests that SMG #27 endorse this document.
5.3
Generics Working Party
At the last SMG9 plenary, it was agreed that a new working party should be formed to cover generic IC card
issues. Rune Lindholm from Nokia was elected as chairman.
The working party is required as a result of SMG9 taking over some of the work items from the former ETSI TC
ICC. It is planned that this working party should co-operate closely with other active ETSI groups involved in IC
card issues. In particular, joint meetings / sessions with ETSI EP PTS (Pay Terminals and Systems) are seen
as important.
One of their initial work items will be to study the possibility of standardising administration commands based on
EN 726-3 and an "over the air" downloading mechanism (in conjunction the SMG9 SIM API working party).
6
6.1
Other Issues
New scope of SMG9
th
th
At the ETSI board meeting from the 9 to 11 June, it was decided that the ETSI TC ICC should close and that
existing work items from that committee should be transferred to SMG9. This makes SMG9 the main focus of
ETSI card standardisation activities. SMG9 reported at SMG #26 that this would require a review of their terms
of reference. This review took place at the last SMG9 plenary meeting and resulted in a new version which can
be found in annex D of this report.
7
Meeting Calendar
SMG9 currently has the following plenary and working party meetings planned:
Meeting
SMG9 #16bis
Date
2 - 4 December, 1998
ETSI
Host
Location
Sophia Antipolis, France
SMG9 #17
18 - 22 January, 1999
Alcatel
Paris, France
SMG9 #18
May, 1999
Finland
SMG9 #19
September 1999
SMG9 #20
SMG9 #21
SMG9 #22
January 2000
May 2000
September 2000
Finnet, Nokia, Telecom
Finland, Telehallintokeskus
Giesecke & Devrient,
Siemens
host required
Lucent
host required
Munich, Germany
New Jersey, US
----- Working Parties and other ad hoc groups -----SMG9 API #6
9 - 10 December 1998
Incard Spa
Naples, Italy
SMG9 API #7
2 - 3 March, 1999
host required
SMG9 Generics #1
2 - 3 November, 1998
ETSI
Sophia Antipolis, France
SMG9 UMTS #5
6 - 7 October, 1998
ETSI
Sophia Antipolis, France
SMG9 UMTS #6
4 - 5 November, 1998
ETSI
Sophia Antipolis, France
SMG9 UMTS #7
15 - 16 December, 1998
Nokia (?)
Copenhagen (?), Denmark
SMG1/9 Toolkit
21 - 22 October,1998
host required
SMG1/9 Toolkit
1 - 2 December 1998
Munich
Giesecke & Devrient
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List of Documents Submitted to SMG #27
SMG #27
Tdoc
98-0668
Title
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27 including:
Annex A: LS to SMG: Application identifiers for GSM and SIM toolkit applications resident on the SIM
Annex B: LS to SMG: The use of AT commands from SIM toolkit applications
Annex C: LS to SMG cc ECTEL TMS, MoU SERG: Position paper on the UICC for early UMTS systems
Annex D: Proposed new scope of SMG9
98-0669
strategic
98-0670
Change requests to GSM 11.14 with presentation
CR 11.14-A084 R96: Addition of 1bis SIM toolkit class
CR 11.14-A087 R97: Addition of 1bis SIM toolkit class
CR 11.14-A112 R98: Addition of 1bis SIM toolkit class
CR 11.14-A111r1 R98: Enhancement to Proactive SIM that enables the SIM to issue AT commands
R96, R97 and R98 change requests to GSM 11.14 (non-strategic)
CR 11.14-A091r1 R98: "Yes/No" response for GET INKEY
CR 11.14-A092 R98: Alignment of coding of card reader status event
CR 11.14-A093 R97: Additional information field mandatory in case of USSD Return Error result.
CR 11.14-A094 R98: Additional information field mandatory in case of USSD Return Error result.
CR 11.14-A095 R97: Possible result values for SET UP EVENT LIST command
CR 11.14-A096 R96: Clarification regarding the ME changing the contents of SIM commands
CR 11.14-A097 R97: Clarification regarding the ME changing the contents of SIM commands
CR 11.14-A098 R98: Clarification regarding the ME changing the contents of SIM commands
CR 11.14-A099 R97: Clarification about USSD return result
CR 11.14-A100 R98: Clarification about USSD return result
CR 11.14-A101 R97: Clarification of the ’93 00’ status response handling
CR 11.14-A102 R96: Clarification of the ’93 00’ status response handling
CR 11.14-A103 R98: Clarification of the ’93 00’ status response handling
CR 11.14-A104 R98: New command - SETUP IDLE MODE TEXT
CR 11.14-A108 R98: Handling of DTMF in SETUP CALL command
CR 11.14-A109 R97: Interaction between call control by SIM / MO SM control and proactive commands
CR 11.14-A110 R98: Interaction between call control by SIM / MO SM control and proactive commands
98-0671
98-0674
9
98p244
98p253
98p351
98p358
98p343
98p344
98p345
98p346
98p355
98p356
98p357
98p362
98p374
98p375
98p376
98p377
98p378
98p369
98p370
98p389
98p339
R96 and R98 change requests to GSM 02.17 (non-strategic)
CR 02.17-A001 R96: Alignment of GSM 02.17 with GSM 11.11 and GSM 11.14
CR 02.17-A003 R98: Alignment of GSM 02.17 with GSM 11.11 and GSM 11.14
98-0673
98p372
98p373
98p383
98p387
R98 change request to GSM 11.11 (non-strategic)
CR 11.11-A071 R98: Enhanced image coding schemes (colour icons)
CR 11.11-A072 R98: Addition of reference to PCS 1900
98-0672
SMG9
tdoc
98p083
Change request to EG 201 220
"ETSI numbering system for telecommunication application providers (AID)"
Addition of Normative Annex, introducing AID coding for GSM and Toolkit applications
98p371
GSM 02.19 v2.0.0 (SIM Application Programming Interface)
98p353
Decisions required from SMG #27
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Approval of the strategic CRs to GSM 11.14 (tdoc 98-0669)
Approval of the non strategic CRs to GSM 11.14 (tdoc 98-0670)
Approval of the non strategic CRs to GSM 11.11 (tdoc 98-0671)
Approval of the non strategic CRs to GSM 02.17 (tdoc 98-0672)
Approval of the non strategic CRs to EG 201 220 (tdoc 98-0673)
Approval of GSM 02.19 v2.0.0 "SIM Application Programming Interface" (tdoc 98-0674)
Approval of scope of SMG9 as contained in annex D of this report
Endorsement of the SMG9 position paper on the UICC and USIM requirements for UMTS as
contained in annex C of this report.
Endorsement of SMG9's application for two application identifiers to be allocated by ETSI (see
request in annex A of this report)
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
ANNEX A
ANNEX A
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LS from SMG9 to SMG on Application Identifiers
Tdoc SMG9 98p372
ETSI SMG9
September 1998
Saint-Cyr-Sur-Mer
(replaces 98p359)
Liaison Statement
Subject:
Request for the definition Application Identifiers for the GSM application and
the SIM Toolkit applications
To:
SMG
From:
SMG9
In order to manage SIM Toolkit Applications and the GSM application on a card implementing
the SIM API it is necessary to refer to these applications by a unique application identifier.
It has therefore been agreed by SMG9 to adopt the ISO/IEC 7816-part 5 mechanism. ETSI is
already referencing this mechanism in an ETSI guide EG 201 220.
In line with the procedures specified in EG 201 220, SMG9 has completed the required
registration forms for the GSM Application and the SIM Toolkit Applications. These are
attached for SMG to endorse and forward to the ETSI secretariat.
A CR to this ETSI guide (Tdoc SMG 98-0673) is also forwarded for approval. This introduces
a new normative Annex, containing coding schemes for the Proprietary Application ID
Extension (PIX) specifically for the GSM applications. This change details Application
Provider Code and Application Provider Field coding schemes.
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
ANNEX A
GSM Application AID Registration Form
Page 9 of 15
(1/2)
Annex A:Request registration form for an ETSI PIX number
Request form to be filled in and addressed to:
ETSI Secretariat
Postal address:
06921 Sophia Antipolis
Cedex - FRANCE
Tel.:
+33 4 92 94 42 00
Fax:
+33 4 93 65 47 16
Internet: secretariat@etsi.fr
This request is submitted in accordance with EG 201 220, i.e. the present document.
A.1
To be completed by the requesting organization
Name of organization:
Address of organization:
ETSI / SMG
Principal contact in organization:
STF SMG
Telephone number:
Address for correspondence/billing:
Fax number:
European VAT Id:
Country, if not identical with country in address field:
Number and title of the ETSI document to which the telecommunication IC card application in question
complies:
GSM 11.11
“ Technical Specification ; Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+);
Specification of the Subscriber Identity Module – Mobile Equipment (SIM - ME) interface “
ETSI card application code to which the telecommunication IC card application in question complies:
This request is for the ETSI application code itself rather than a subsidiary application i.e. digits 1
to 4 of the PIX
Date:
Signature:
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
ANNEX A
GSM Application AID Registration Form
A.2
Date:
To be completed by the ETSI Secretariat
ETSI PIX number:
Signature:
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(2/2)
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
ANNEX A
Page 11 of 15
SIM Toolkit Application AID Registration Form (1/2)
Annex A: Request registration form for an ETSI PIX number
Request form to be filled in and addressed to:
ETSI Secretariat
Postal address:
06921 Sophia Antipolis
Cedex - FRANCE
Tel.:
+33 4 92 94 42 00
Fax:
+33 4 93 65 47 16
Internet: secretariat@etsi.fr
This request is submitted in accordance with EG 201 220, i.e. the present document.
A.1
To be completed by the requesting organization
Name of organization:
Address of organization:
ETSI / SMG
Principal contact in organization:
STF SMG
Telephone number:
Address for correspondence/billing:
Fax number:
European VAT Id:
Country, if not identical with country in address field:
Number and title of the ETSI document to which the telecommunication IC card application in question
complies:
GSM 11.14
“Technical Specification; Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+);
Specification of the SIM application toolkit
for the Subscriber Identity Module – Mobile Equipment (SIM - ME) Interface”
ETSI card application code to which the telecommunication IC card application in question complies:
This request is for the ETSI application code itself rather than a subsidiary application i.e. digits 1
to 4 of the PIX
Date:
Signature:
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
ANNEX A
SIM Toolkit Application AID Registration Form
A.2
Date:
To be completed by the ETSI Secretariat
ETSI PIX number:
Signature:
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(2/2)
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
ANNEX B
ANNEX C
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LS to SMG on the use of AT commands from SIM toolkit
applications
Tdoc SMG9 98p373
ETSI SMG9
22 - 25 September, 1998
Saint Cyr Sur Mer, France
Liaison Statement
From:
SMG9
To:
SMG
Subject:
The use of AT commands by SIM toolkit applications
This liaison statement accompanies CR 11.14 A051r1 (in Tdoc SMG 98-0669) which provides
a capability within the SIM Application Toolkit (SAT) to manage AT Commands for controlling
the ME. Typical applications are for diagnostics, customer care, and control of unattended
terminals.
The capabilities defined in the CR to be added to the SIM Application Toolkit allow:
i) the SIM to instruct the ME to perform AT Commands;
ii) the ME response to the AT command to be passed to the SIM.
ME actions caused by the AT commands are not defined within this CR.
The AT commands would be issued either from an application resident in the SIM, or on
receipt of a data-download.
AT commands exist with:
i) ‘standard’ parameters as typically given in TS GSM 07.07;
ii) proprietary parameters specific to individual terminals.
SMG9 agreed that the CR was technically sound. However, there was considerable
discussion related to the principal of introducing this capability, and for this reason unanimous
approval was not given, with the majority abstaining.
The principal objection was that currently all SAT capabilities have fully defined actions within
the ME including interactions across the radio interface and MMI. AT commands would allow
the possibility for ME and network operator specific actions to be introduced. One such action
could be the setting up of a call without the user’s knowledge or confirmation.
This leads to two concerns which SMG9 asks to be noted:
i) that SAT would now be promoting the opportunity for non-standardised ME/service
behaviour to be introduced, placing a greater responsibility on the application owner for the
integrity of the application and service;
ii) that the concept of SAT classes which fully define an ME’s SAT behaviour is not
fully applicable to the AT command capability, as the class indication would not take account
of individual AT parameters.
The AT capability is defined as a stand-alone feature. Therefore, it is not dependent on other
SAT capabilities except the basic protocols, and its provision is an ME manufacturer’s
decision.
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
ANNEX C
ANNEX C
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LS to SMG on the UICC in early UMTS systems
ETSI STC SMG9
Saint-Cyr-Sur-Mer, France
September, 1998
Tdoc SMG9 (98) 383
Liaison Statement
To:
SMG
CC:
ECTEL, MoU SERG, MoU SCAG
Source:
SMG9
Position Paper on the UICC for early UMTS systems
SMG9 have been looking at the requirements for the UMTS (Third Generation) USIM, noting
particularly, the requirement that UMTS evolves from GSM. As part of the evolutionary
approach from GSM to Third generation systems, it is a requirement that 3G terminals support
existing (Phase 2) SIMs (at three volts, but not five volt SIMs), but it is not a requirement that
GSM terminals support 3G USIMs. It is the strong opinion of SMG9 that the UICC (UMTS
Integrated Circuit Card) is a mandatory element of Third Generation systems. This position is
shared by SMG10.
It is recognised that the existing physical interface should remain unchanged (to
accommodate the need for interworking with GSM), however, that there may be the need to
enhance the interface, both in terms of protocol (for example, employing the T=1 protocol),
and speeding up the bit transmission rate across the interface.
It is recognised that the existing two physical sizes may prove to be limiting to mobile
equipment (ME) designs for 3G mobiles, so consideration is being given to a third physical
size of SIM, e.g. a cut down version of existing "Plug-in" SIM.
The other important feature of the SIM is the SIM Application Toolkit; this is a powerful tool for
operators, and can be easily exploited and enhanced for 3G operations, especially in the area
of Virtual Home Environment. Allied to this is the security for the Toolkit, where end-to-end
messaging between the Application area in the SIM and its partner entity in, or behind, the
network, can be secured, to prevent fraud or interception. Enhancements exploiting newer
bearer services will be included for the Toolkit.
The next generation SIM will be a multi-application card, including support for application
loading; SMG fully expect this work to be completed and approved in June 1999.
It is the opinion of SMG9 that the existing SIM technology and functionality is an ideal baseline
platform for early third generation systems; it is recognised that there will of necessity be
alterations and additions to the file structure in the existing SIM to accommodate UMTS
functionality, but this is believed to be easily undertaken.
SMG9 Status report to SMG #27
ANNEX D
ANNEX D
Page 15 of 15
Terms of Reference of SMG9
ETSI SMG9
Saint Cyr-sur-Mer, France, 25. September 1998
Tdoc SMG9 98p385
SUB TECHNICAL COMMITTEE SMG9
IC CARD ASPECTS
1
Responsibilities
The main responsibilities of SMG9 are:
•
development and maintenance of the specifications for the Integrated Circuit Card/Mobile Equipment
interface of those telecommunication systems under the responsibility of ETSI;
•
study of generic IC card issues and development and maintenance of standards for general
telecommunication purposes;
•
maintenance of the EN 726 series of standards in coordination with the ETSI project PTS.
2
Tasks
The main tasks of SMG9 are:
•
maintenance of the GSM standards relating to the SIM and SIM/ME interface;
•
study and specification of enhancements to the GSM platform to allow the addition of innovative features
and functions for GSM phase 2+;
•
development of a UMTS IC card;
•
study and specification of generic issues for IC cards for Telecommunications, these include but are not
restricted to:
- interface enhancements such as new commands,
- generic application download and load mechanisms,
- electrical parameters and protocol issues;
•
specifications for the use of low voltage technology for telecommunications cards;
•
specifications of the GSM application as part of a multi-application card and the transition thereto;
•
elaboration and maintenance of IC card related test specifications, including collaboration with ETSI
SMG7 for the SIM/ME interface aspects in GSM 11.10.
•
3
Organisation
The committee meets at least three times a year in Plenary. To facilitate its smooth functioning the committee
elects in Plenary two Vice-Chairmen.
Currently SMG9 has five Working Parties, the Chairperson of each is elected by the Plenary. The Working
Parties are:
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SIM Toolkit Security
UMTS
SIM API
Testing
Generic IC Card Issues
Liaisons
SMG9 has direct formal liaisons with other ETSI SMG committees, ETSI PTS and MoU SCAG. Some
informal liaison is handled by delegates attending international standardisation meetings and forums, in
particular the Java Card Forum.
ETSI TC SMG
Meeting #27
12 – 16 October, 1998, Prague
Source:
Tdoc SMG 700/98
Agenda item: 6.11
Chairman, SMG11
Status Report of SMG11 at SMG#27
Executive Summary
• This document provides an overview of the work of SMG11 in the period from SMG#26 (June,
1998) to SMG#27.
• Since SMG#26, SMG11 has held one plenary meeting, one extraordinary plenary meeting (with
agenda limited to AMR matters), and ad hoc group meetings on AMR, SQ and TFO matters.
• No Phase 1 CRs are presented. One Phase 2 or 2+ CRs is presented.
• The AMR Selection Phase has been completed on schedule. Substantial performance
improvements are demonstrated. All 5 candidates shortlisted from the Qualification Phase
submitted their codec for selection tests. Following the completion of the subjective tests, one
candidate decided to withdraw their candidate. All remaining 4 candidates provided required
deliverables and 2 of them passed the Selection Rules. SMG11 recommends the adoption of the
ENS1 codec proposed by Ericsson, Nokia and Siemens, subject to two conditions being met.
SMG11 believes this codec meets the overall objectives of the AMR codec project.
• TFO Stage 3 document (v1.6.0) is presented for information.
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Table of Contents
1.
SMG11 meetings ................................................................................................................................ 3
1.1.
Recent meetings ................................................................................................................. 3
1.2.
Future Meetings Calendar................................................................................................... 3
2.
Phase 1, Phase 2, Release ‘96, Release ‘97 specifications............................................................... 3
3.
Phase 2+............................................................................................................................................. 3
3.1.
Tandem Free Operation...................................................................................................... 3
3.2.
AMR - Narrowband.............................................................................................................. 3
3.2.1.
Selection Phase.............................................................................................. 4
3.3.
Noise suppression for AMR ................................................................................................ 5
3.4.
AMR - Wideband................................................................................................................. 5
3.5.
EP TIPHON ......................................................................................................................... 6
3.6.
Handset and Headset Test Methods................................................................................... 6
4.
Decisions and guidance from SMG .................................................................................................... 6
5.
UMTS.................................................................................................................................................. 6
6.
List of documents submitted to SMG#27............................................................................................ 6
Annex 1......................................................................................................................................................... 7
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Status Report of SMG11 at SMG#27
1.
1.1.
SMG11 meetings
Recent meetings
Since SMG#26, the following meetings on SMG11 matters have taken place:
1.2.
Plenary:
SMG11#6bis
SMG11#7
28 -30 July, 1998
th
nd
28 Sept – 2 Oct, 1998
Ad hoc groups:
TFO#15
TFO#16
15 - 16 July, 1998
th
th
2 - 3 Sept, 1998
th
th
th
th
Tampere; hosted by Nokia
Laurent-Du-Var; hosted by Texas Instruments
Nueremberg; hosted by Ericsson
Sophia Antipolis; hosted by ETSI
Future Meetings Calendar
The following meetings have been scheduled:
2.
Plenary:
SMG11#8
SMG11#9
23 –27 November, 1998
th
th
11 –15 January, 1999
Ad hoc groups:
SMG11 AMR#12
SMG11 TFO#17
26 –28 October, 1998 (planned)
th
th
16 –17 November,1998
rd
th
th
th
Host required
Host required
Host required
Israel; hosted by ECI
Phase 1, Phase 2, Release ‘96, Release ‘97 specifications
No Phase 1 CRs are presented. One Phase 2 or 2+ CRs is presented. This is contained in Tdoc 704/98.
3.
3.1.
Phase 2+
Tandem Free Operation
Stage 3 document v.1.6.0 will be presented for information to SMG#27. This is contained in Tdoc 703/98.
The complete TFO specification including Test Vectors and Typical Scenarios will be presented later for
SMG approval. The SDL form of the TFO standard (Annex C) is available in electronic copy and can be
provided by ETSI on request.
Results from subjective testing of TFO signalling at Tellabs show that the in-band TFO protocol does not
cause appreciable degradation of the speech channel.
3.2.
AMR - Narrowband
The AMR Selection Phase has been successfully completed in schedule. The results and
recommendations are presented in Tdoc SMG 562/98.
The target is to complete the specifications in time for the approval of the GSM release 98 during
SMG#28. The AMR specifications are planned to be prepared as described in "Project schedule and open
issues for AMR "(GSM 10.70, Version 0.0.1) contained in Tdoc 701/98.
The selection of the AMR codec will be followed by Verification Phase for the chosen codec where e.g.,
the complexity and transmission delay are verified. This phase will be completed by SMG#28.
Development of Characterisation Phase test plan has started for the characterisation of the adopted AMR
codec.
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3.2.1.
Selection Phase
SMG11 has carried out a formal selection process of a short-list of 5 codec candidates proposed for the
AMR standard. The candidates were short-listed from the AMR Qualification Phase concluded in June
1998. The selection results were analysed during SMG11#7 (September 28 – October 2, 1998).
The short-listed codec proponents are: Alcatel/BT/Cellnet/FranceTelecom/Nortel/Rockwell (ABCFNR),
Ericsson/Nokia/Siemens 1 (ENS1), Ericsson/Nokia/Siemens 2 (ENS2), Lucent and NEC.
The following main activities have been carried out:
•
finalisation of the codec proposals (by the proponents)
•
finalisation of mandatory reference documents (Selection Rules and Test Plans)
•
contracts for processing and listening laboratories and for complexity assessment
•
processing of test material (by candidates and a common processing laboratory)
•
subjective testing (by listening laboratories)
•
complexity assessment (University of Aachen)
•
presentation and analysis of results
Following the completion of the subjective tests, Lucent decided to withdraw their candidate.
During SMG11#7, analysis was carried out of the deliverables (technical descriptions of the codecs,
compliance to design constraints) and the listening test results (comparison to performance requirements,
comparison against selection rules).
The codec proposals and results were debated and recommendations concluded on the overall preferred
codec. As required by the Selection Phase rules, the four remaining codec proponents provided the full
set of required selection deliverables on time. The mandatory design constraints were judged to have
been met by all candidates.
Candidate results
As already demonstrated during the Qualification Phase, the listening test results show generally very
good performance for the codec proposals and clear performance improvements for AMR over the
existing GSM codecs where they were required. Major benefits of AMR were again demonstrated
especially
•
in FR mode, an increase of C/I tolerance of 4 dB to 6 dB
•
in HR mode, at low error conditions – quality equal to G.728 or G.729 ("wireline")
•
in FR dynamic conditions - over 1 delta MOS compared to GSM EFR.
The dynamic tests were designed to evaluate AMR performance in realistic radio conditions (with
adaptation turned on) and they show a clear improvement in the FR channel over GSM EFR validating the
AMR concept.
All the codecs failed to a greater or lesser extent in HR mode under background noise and at low C/I and
these account for the majority of the failures. This is the most challenging area of the overall requirement
specification, which is considered to be beyond the capability of today’s state of the art technology. This is
exemplified by the fact that all the codecs fail in the same region.
Two out of the 4 remaining codecs complied with all rules for speech quality performance: ABCFNR
(Alcatel/BT/Cellnet/FranceTelecom/Nortel/Rockwell and ENS1 (EricssonNokia/Siemens).
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Based on the analysis of the speech quality results alone, there was consensus in SMG11 that ENS1
codec provided the best overall results, showing consistently better performance in a number of areas.
SMG11 believes this codec meets the overall objectives of the AMR codec project.
ENS1 was followed by ABCFNR. This codec was better than or equal to ENS1 in some specific regions
notably the conditions of combined background noise and C/I from 10 dB to 4 dB.
The results of AMR Selection Phase are contained in Tdoc 562/98. A minority of organisations requested
to extend the conclusions section of Tdoc 562/98 to contain a note on the adoption of the ABCFNR codec
in case the two conditions for the ENS1 are not met, but this was not agreed upon.
Recommendations
Taking all the factors into account including the analysis of the subjective tests, the descriptions of the
source and channel codec algorithms, the link adaptation mechanisms and the codec complexity, SMG11
agreed to recommend the ENS1 codec proposed by Ericsson, Nokia and Siemens but subject to the
following two conditions being satisfied.
1) Implementability:
Condition. That a “reasonable” proportion of GSM BSS manufacturers indicate that the ENS1
codec can be implemented on their existing, HR compatible BTS hardware.
th
nd
Measure. At its last meeting (September 28 to October 2 ), SMG11 requested all manufacturers
to supply this information in time for SMG#27. SMG should be the judge of whether the condition
has been met. It is recognised that in the time available and for commercial reasons,
manufacturers may only be able to give an informal indication of their BTS capability and it is
unreasonable to expect them cast iron guarantees at this stage. To ensure even handiness,
manufacturers were requested to provide similar information on the second most preferred codec
(ABCFNR). It is understood that ENS and ABCFNR will provide sufficient information to allow this
to be done.
2) Commitment to complete normalisation of AMR:
Condition. As the principal source of knowledge of the ENS1 codec and its control, the
completion of all specifications relating to the codec will depend on the contributions from the ENS
consortium. A commitment is required from the consortium that they will provide resources to
ensure that to their best endeavours, the specifications are completed in time for SMG#28 (see
Section 7). This does not imply however, that they have sole responsibility for these tasks.
Measure. Receipt by SMG#27 of a statement of commitment.
The second most preferred candidate was that from the ABCFNR consortium. The overall quality of this
codec was less good than that of the ENS1 codec. However, in the event that major problems are
encountered in meeting the conditions outline above for ENS1, the ABCFNR codec can be considered as
a viable secondary option.
3.3.
Noise suppression for AMR
Scope of work and performance requirements were discussed in subgroup during SMG11#7. SMG11level discussion was postponed until SMG11#8 (late November) due to limited time available at
SMG11#7. A number of issues need to be addressed such as scope of the specification, requirements for
complexity and delay, how to test performance improvements and to understand the range of conditions
where benefits will be achieved. The work will continue by correspondence until SMG11#8.
3.4.
AMR - Wideband
Feasibility study for codec performance (with a single time slot) is on-going, but progress is slow due to
the intensive AMR-narrowband work. No inputs have been received since SMG#26. Several organisations
have indicated working on this and results are now expected by the end of this year.
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3.5.
EP TIPHON
EP TIPHON have expressed strong interest in the possibility of selecting GSM codecs as “standard” or
default codecs for “Voice over IP” telephony. SMG11 work (new codecs, TFO etc) was presented on
request to EP TIPHON (Sept 98 meeting).
3.6.
Handset and Headset Test Methods
This work item was decided to be dropped at SMG11#7 due to lack of contributions. However, work was
requested for UMTS, and work item with similar scope for UMTS is planned to be opened at next SMG11
meeting.
4.
Decisions and guidance from SMG
Narrowband AMR
• SMG11 recommends the adoption of the ENS1 codec subject to two conditions being met (see
Section 3.2.1). SMG is invited to endorse this recommendation (Tdoc SMG 562/98).
5.
UMTS
ARIB are currently evaluating speech codecs in order to select one as a default speech codec for WCDMA. ARIB will be evaluating a short list of six speech codecs, these being G.729, GSM EFR, GSM
AMR, MPEG4 (narrowband), IS.641, EVRC (IS127) and it is planned to run subjective tests on these
codecs to be completed by February 1999. A delegate from NTT-DoCoMo was present at the
SMG11#6bis and SMG11#7 meetings.
Scope of the co-operation with ARIB was defined at SMG11#7 (as requested at SMG#26). SMG11
proposes to send a liaison statement to ARIB on “Collaboration on the evaluation of AMR for UMTS”. The
proposed liaison statement is contained in Annex 1 (and in Tdoc 705/98). It contains a proposal for the
Terms of Reference for the collaboration between ARIB and SMG11.
Decisions at SMG#27
•
6.
Agree to send to ARIB the proposed LS on “Collaboration on the evaluation of AMR for UMTS”.
List of documents submitted to SMG#27
SMG#27
Tdoc
700/98
701/98
562/98
703/98
704/98
705/98
731/98
Title
Status Report of SMG11 at SMG#27
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); GSM Adaptive MultiRate Speech Codec (AMR) Project schedule and open issues for AMR (GSM
10.70, Version 0.0.1)
Results of AMR Selection Phase
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); Inband Tandem Free
Operation (TFO) of Speech Codecs; Service Description; Stage 3 (GSM 04.53
Version 1.6.0)
CRs to GSM 03.50-A014/A015
Proposed liaison statement to ARIB on “Collaboration on the evaluation of AMR
for UMTS”
Presentation to SMG#27 of AMR Selection Phase results
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Annex 1.
ETSI STC SMG11#7
Tdoc SMG11 246/98
St. Laurent du Var
September 28 – October 2, 1998
To:
ARIB IMT-2000 Codec Work Group
Source:
SMG11
cc:
SMG, SMG2
Subject:
Liaison statement to ARIB on “Collaboration on the evaluation of AMR for
UMTS”
SMG11 welcomes the interest of ARIB in the work of SMG11 on the AMR speech codec and the invitation
to collaborate on its evaluation for UMTS. ARIB is probably aware that SMG has decided that a default
speech codec should be defined for UMTS. SMG11 is actively considering the relevant issues and would
be pleased to share their views with ARIB. A high level collaboration agreement already exists between
ARIB and SMG, and SMG has agreed that this collaboration can be extended to the codec working
groups to evaluate the suitability of the AMR codec for UMTS.
SMG11 notes that ARIB will be evaluating a short list of six speech codecs, these being
G.729, GSM EFR, GSM AMR, MPEG4 (narrowband), IS.641, EVRC (IS127)
and that it is planned to run subjective tests on these codecs to be completed by February 1999. These
will be followed by codec performance and system analysis taking into account both speech quality and
other aspects such as capacity.
Against this background, SMG11 proposes the following Terms of Reference for the collaboration
between ARIB and SMG11.
1) Evaluation of the performance of the AMR speech codec
2) Operation and control of the codec
3) Design and implementation aspects of the codec
4) Transmission over UTRAN including VAD/DTX
5) Support of the subjective test evaluation by ARIB
6) Delegates from SMG11 and ARIB may attend each other’s meetings
SMG11 would welcome the view of ARIB on the suitability of these TORs.
Tdoc SMG 0717/98
ETSI SMG#27
Praha, 12 to 16 October 1998
Agenda Item: 6.3 and 7.3
Source:
Date:
SMG3 management team
October 1998
Status report of SMG3 to SMG#27
R
GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
Abstract:
This document gives an overview of the status of the work within SMG3 for the period between June 1998
(SMG#26 meeting) and October 1998 (SMG#27 meeting).
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Contents of SMG3 status report to SMG#27
Abstract:........................................................................................................................................................ 1
1
Recent activities.................................................................................................................................. 3
1.1
Plenary meetings................................................................................................................. 3
1.2
Working Party meetings, Ad-hoc group meetings, Joint meetings ..................................... 3
1.3
CRs, LSs and specifications from SMG3 to SMG#27......................................................... 3
1.3.1
CRs related to Phase 2................................................................................... 3
1.3.2
CRs related to Release 96 and Release 97 ................................................... 3
1.3.3
Specification for information ........................................................................... 6
1.3.4
Specification for approval ............................................................................... 6
1.3.5
Liaison statements.......................................................................................... 6
1.3.6
Special issues to be highlighted to SMG#27 .................................................. 6
2
Status of the technical specifications.................................................................................................. 7
2.1
General................................................................................................................................ 7
2.2
Radio interface signalling & GPRS (SMG3-WPA) .............................................................. 8
2.2.1
Phase 2........................................................................................................... 8
2.2.2
Release 96 and Release 97 ........................................................................... 8
2.2.3
Release 98...................................................................................................... 8
2.3
Supplementary services part (SMG3-WPB) ....................................................................... 8
2.3.1
Phase 2........................................................................................................... 8
2.3.2
Release 96, Release 97 and next................................................................... 8
2.4
Network part (SMG3-WPC) .............................................................................................. 10
2.4.1
Phase 2......................................................................................................... 10
2.4.2
Release 96, Release 97 and next................................................................. 10
2.5
UMTS matters ................................................................................................................... 12
3
Future work....................................................................................................................................... 12
3.1
General.............................................................................................................................. 12
3.2
Status in SMG3 on Work Items......................................................................................... 13
3.3
SMG3 meeting schedule after SMG3 #3/98 in Bonn ........................................................ 14
Annex A: LS from SPS3 to SMG3 on CAMEL Phase 3 (to SMG#27 for information) ................................ 15
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1.1
Recent activities
Plenary meetings
One plenary SMG3 session has been held in the period (between SMG#26 and SMG#27):
22 to 24 September 1998 SMG3 plenary #3/98; Bonn, hosted by T-Mobil
1.2
Working Party meetings, Ad-hoc group meetings, Joint meetings
Several SMG3 working party and ad-hoc sessions have been held in the period (between SMG#26 and
SMG#27):
25 to 28 August 1998
SMG3-WPA: Oulu, hosted by the Finnish ETSI members
21 to 22 July 1998
10 to 14 August 1998
joint SMG3-WPB/SMG3-WPC meeting on CCBS; Stuttgart; hosted by Alcatel
SMG3-WPB; Stuttgart hosted by Alcatel
25 June 1998
PE resolution meeting with SPS3 (INAP CS-1); Stockholm; hosted by Telia
20 to 24 July 1998
SMG3-WPC; Stuttgart; hosted by Alcatel
7 to 11 September 1998 SMG3-WPC; Göteborg; hosted by Ericsson
1.3
CRs, LSs and specifications from SMG3 to SMG#27
SMG3 "logic" on strategic and non-strategic classification of CRs:
Phase 2:
all CRs are considered to be strategic;
Release 96: all CRs are considered to be strategic;
Release 97: only CRs with category D "editorial" are considered to be non-strategic;
all other CRs are considered to be strategic;
Release 98: all CRs are considered to be non-strategic.
If any other group is involved then the CR is considered to be strategic.
The following list with CRs is sorted per GSM Work Item:
1.3.1
CRs related to Phase 2
Work item: Technical Enhancements/Improvements (TEI)
Tdoc
SMG3
98p199
CR 04.08-A355 (PHASE 2-F) on Clarification of CM3 and ES IND bit handling in classmark 1 and 2
Note:
1.3.2
Tdoc
SMG#27
98-0715
This CR was agreed in SMG3, corresponding CRs for Release 96 and Release 97
were already approved by SMG#26
CRs related to Release 96 and Release 97
Work item: Voice Broadcast Service (VBS)
Tdoc
SMG3
98p202
98p202
98p202
CR 04.69-A001r2 (R96-F) on GSM 04.69 Corrections.
CR 04.69-A002 (R96-F) on Get Status Procedure
CR 04.69-A003r2 (R96-F) on Set Status Procedure
Note:
Release 96 only; no modifications to GSM 04.69 for Release 97..
Tdoc
SMG#27
98-0678
98-0678
98-0678
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Work item: Voice Group Call Service (VGCS)
98p202
98p202
98p202
CR 04.68-A002r2 (R96-F) on GSM 04.68 Corrections.
CR 04.68-A003 (R96-F) on Get Status Procedure
CR 04.68-A004r2 (R96-F) on Set Status Procedure
Note:
98-0679
98-0679
98-0679
Release 96 only; no modifications to GSM 04.68 for Release 97.
Work item: CAMEL Phase 1
98p206
CR 03.32-A002r1 (R96-F) on Error correction in GSM 03.32 for value of uncertainty
98-0723
98p206
CR 03.78-A033 (R96-F) on Corrections to AnyTimeInterrogation
98-0723
98p207
98p186
CR 09.02-A137 (R96-F) on Extending the applicability of GMSC Address in ProvideRoamingNumber
CR 09.02-A148 (R96-F) on Clarification of limit on length of O-CSI in MAP_RESUME_CALL-HANDLING
98-0723
98-0723
Work item: CAMEL Phase 2
Tdoc
SMG3
98p186
CR 03.16-A016r1 (R97-F) on CAMEL capability handling
Tdoc
SMG#27
98-0724
98p186
98p206
98p206
98p186
98p191
CR 03.78-A025r2 (R97-F) on CAMEL Phase 2 stage 2
CR 03.78-A029r1 (R97-F) on Corrections to AnyTimeInterrogation
CR 03.78-A034r2 (R97-F) on Interworking CAMEL with general Bearer Service
CR 03.78-A037r1 (R97-C) on Removal of O_Not_Reachable and T_Not_Reachable detection points
CR 03.78-A043 (R97-C) on GSM Forwarding Pending Indication in IDP Operation
98-0724
98-0724
98-0724
98-0724
98-0724
98p207
98p186
98p186
CR 09.02-A138 (R97-F) on Extending the applicability of GMSC Address in ProvideRoamingNumber
CR 09.02-A149 (R97-F) on Clarification of limit on length of O-CSI in MAP_RESUME_CALL-HANDLING
CR 09.02-A152r1 (R97-C) on Support of CAMEL Phase 2
98-0724
98-0724
98-0724
98p206
98p186
CR 09.78-A031r2 (R97-F) on Corrections on GSM 09.78
CR 09.78-A033r1 (R97-F) on Support of CAMEL Phase 2
98-0724
98-0724
Work item: CAMEL Phase 2/CCBS
98p208
CR 03.18-A022r1 (R97-F) on Corrections and alignments for CCBS & CAMEL Phase 2
98-0722
Work item: CCBS
98p182
98p182
98p182
98-0720
98-0720
98-0720
98p182
CR 03.93-A005r1 (R97-D) on Editorial cleanup on figure numbering
CR 03.93-A006r1 (R97-F) on Correction of VMSC model
CR 03.93-A007r1 (R97-F) on Correction of HLR functionality to support MAP
(linked with CR 09.02-A147r1)
CR 03.93-A008r1 (R97-F) on Correction of CCBS_Coordinator_HLR
98p232
CR 04.08-A365 (R97-F) on Change of IEI for the allowed action IE in the DISCONNECT message
98-0716
98p188
CR 03.18-A029 (R97-F) on Correction of handling for failure case of CCBS OG call handling
98-0721
98p208
98p208
CR 09.02-A136 (R97-F) on Correction to status reporting procedure
CR 09.02-A147r1 (R97-F) on Correction to the status reporting procedure in the VLR
(linked with CR 03.93-A007r1)
CR 09.02-A151 (R97-F) on Removal of CCBS-feature from SS-Data
CR 09.02-A158r1 (R97-F) on Restricting the use of extension containers in RegisterCCEntry and Erase
CCEntry user errors
98-0721
98-0721
98p188
98p188
98-0720
98-0721
98-0721
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Work item: GPRS
Tdoc
SMG3
98p204
CR 04.07-A019 (R97-F) on SNSM Primitives
Tdoc
SMG#27
98-0677
98p198
98p198
98p198
98p198
98p198
98p198
98p198
98p198
98p198
98p198
98p198
CR 04.08-A329r1 (R97-F) on Deletion of the STANDBY timer
CR 04.08-A333 (R97-F) on Radio priority level signalling for MO SMS
CR 04.08-A335r3 (R97-F) on Classmark split
CR 04.08-A337r1 (R97-F) on MS initiated detach procedure collision handling
CR 04.08-A339r1 (R97-F) on Definition of IEI values for optional information elements
CR 04.08-A343r1 (R97-F) on Various corrections to GSM 04.08
CR 04.08-A345r1 (R97-F) on SAPI negotiation at AA PDP context activation
CR 04.08-A347r1 (R97-F) on Clarification of the GMM cause code handling
CR 04.08-A349r1 (R97-F) on Modification of PDP address IE coding
CR 04.08-A351 (R97-F) on Clarifications in the negotiation of the READY Timer value
CR 04.08-A363r1 (R97-F) on QoS correction
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98p200
98p200
98p200
98p200
98p200
98p200
CR 04.64-A031 (R97-F) on A bit usage clarification
CR 04.64-A032r2 (R97-F) on XID negotiation improvements
CR 04.64-A033 (R97-F) on Release Indication Cause
CR 04.64-A034r2 (R97-F) on Clarifications and corrections
CR 04.64-A035r1 (R97-F) on Various improvements
CR 04.64-A036r1 (R97-F) on Layer3 initiated vs. LLC-initiated link (re-)establishment
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98p201
98p201
98p201
98p201
98p201
98p201
CR 04.65-A019 (R97-F) on Corrections and clarifications
CR 04.65-A020 (R97-F) on Acknowledged LLC operation establishment and release procedure
CR 04.65-A021r2 (R97-F) on XID negotiation
CR 04.65-A022 (R97-F) on TCP/IP header compression and Data compression
CR 04.65-A024 (R97-F) on Data transfer
CR 04.65-A025r1 (R97-F) on Replacement of "Segment offset" with "Segment number"
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98-0677
98p203
98-0677
98-0677
98p203
CR 09.18-A005 (R97-F) on Completion of the re-naming of BSSAP+-IDENTITY-REQUEST message
and MS identification procedure
CR 09.18-A006r1 (R97-F) on Text clarification and "MS class" term changed in to "MS in class mode of
operation"
CR 09.18-A007 (R97-F) on BSSAP+-MS-UNREACHABLE Message type
98p187
CR 03.08-A016r1 (R97-C) on Signalling and SMS radio priority level
98-0725
98p207
CR 03.18-A024 (R97-C) on Provide Subscriber Info for GPRS subscribers
98-0725
98p207
98p207
CR 09.02-A133r1 (R97-F) on Clarification on applicability of application contexts
CR 09.02-A139r2 (R97-D) on Clarification when the SMS over GPRS functionality is not supported by
SMS-GMSC
CR 09.02-A153r1 (R97-F) on Correction in overload control tables for GPRS operations applicability
CR 09.02-A154 (R97-F) on Usage of ShortMsgRelayPackage-v2 in GPRS
98-0725
98-0725
CR 09.60-A022r1 (R97-F) on Modification of the coding of the Cause values of the Cause information
elements
CR 09.60-A023r1 (R97-F) on Clarification of the use of the T-PDU Sequence Number values
CR 09.60-A024r1 (R97-F) on Corrections and clarifications.
CR 09.60-A025r1 (R97-F) on Charging ID to three GTP message types
CR 09.60-A026 (R97-F) on Modification of the length of the protocol messages
CR 09.60-A027r2 (R97-F) on Information Elements: Clarification of the handling of the unused bits, redefinition of range
CR 09.60-A028r2 (R97-F) on Clarification of the handling of protocol errors in the Error handling section
CR 09.60-A029 (R97-F) on Update of the Protocol Configuration Options IE
98-0725
98p236
98p187
98p187
98p207
98p187
98p207
98p207
98p207
98p187
98p187
98p187
98-0677
98-0725
98-0725
98-0725
98-0725
98-0725
98-0725
98-0725
98-0725
98-0725
Work item: Support of Optimal Routing (SOR)
98c414
98c414
98c414
CR 03.18-A025 (R96-C) on Optionality of support for OR of basic mobile-to-mobile calls
CR 03.18-A026 (R97-C) on Optionality of support for OR of basic mobile-to-mobile calls
CR 03.79-A006 (R96-C) on Optionality of support for OR of basic mobile-to-mobile calls
98-0768
98-0768
98-0768
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Work item: Technical Enhancements/Improvements (TEI)
Tdoc
SMG3
98p199
98p199
98p199
CR 04.08-A357r1 (R97-D) on Editorial changes in section 9.1 due to wrong numbering of tables and
figures.
CR 04.08-A359 (R97-D) on Editorial changes in section 9.2 due to wrong numbering of tables and
figures.
CR 04.08-A367 (R97-D) on Editorial changes in section 9.3 and 10.5 due to wrong numbering of tables
and figures.
Tdoc
SMG#27
98-0698
98-0698
98-0698
98C405
CR 03.18-A023 (R96-F) on Corrections for successful case of TCH allocation
98-0726
98P189
98P189
CR 03.18-A027r1 (R97-F) on Suppression of alerting to originating MS in the case of early ACM
CR 03.18-A028r1 (R96-F) on Suppression of alerting to originating MS in the case of early ACM
98-0726
98-0726
98p209
CR 09.02-A129r1 (R97-A) on E.214 addressing of the HLR
98-0726
98p209
98p209
CR 09.02-A132r1 (R97-A) on Removal of redundant information from GSM 09.02
CR 09.02-A145 (R96-F) on Removal of redundant information from GSM 09.02
98-0726
98-0726
98P189
CR 09.02-A150r1 (R97-F) on ASN.1 correction
98-0726
1.3.3
Specification for information
GSM 04.72 (Release 98) Call Deflection stage 3; as version 1.0.0
1.3.4
Tdoc SMG 98-0718
Specification for approval
GSM 09.13 (Release 97) Signalling interworking between ISDN ASE and MAP protocols; as version 2.0.0
Tdoc SMG 98-0719
1.3.5
Liaison statements
The following liaison statement is attached to this SMG3 status report:
LS from SPS3 on SMG3 - SPS3 co-operation for the production of common CAMEL
Phase3 specifications (for information to SMG#27)
1.3.6
Annex A
Special issues to be highlighted to SMG#27
CAMEL Phase 3: SPS3 proposed to SMG#26 to have one common set of specifications for CAMEL
Phase3 generated by SMG3/SPS3 in a joint activity. Over the last 3 months intensive discussion took
place within SMG3 /WP-C and towards SPS3 on this proposal. In summary it is agreed to have intensive
cooperation until end next year by means of joint ”CAMEL business meetings”. The proposal to have only
one set of specifications was instead not achieved. There will be one CAMEL3 stage1 and one stage2
specification produced by SMG3/WP-C but two stage3 specifications. SMG3 endorsed the principle to
have a ”minimum specification” only specifiying those parts of IN CS2 which will be used by CAMEL3
whereas SPS3 favours the superset philosophy and additionally wants to use PICS to take out of service
those parts of the standard which are not used by CAMEL3. Furthermore backward compatibility aspects
were seen as the other major point preventing from having one common stage3 specification only.
The formal co-operation with SPS3 on the common development of the CAMEL Phase 3 standard is
treated in annex A.
ASN.1 compiler: For the ASN.1 checking SMG3 is making use a compiler provided by Siemens.
However, this compiler can not check all ASN.1 constructs used in 09.78. The same problem occurs in
SPS3 with IN CS2. A new compiler seems to be found meanwhile, nevertheless ETSI-PEX offered
support to clarify this issue.
IST: the development of a non-CAMEL based solution for IST was requested by SMG10. Guidance on
this work is needed. The non CAMEL approach for this service will be very time consuming for SMG3.
Furthermore there is no support in SMG3 for the development of a non CAMEL based solution for IST.
Based on a cost/benefit comparison and due to the current workload situation in the respective SMG3
working party SMG3 proposes to postpone the matter to a later release.
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Hosts: The hosting situation is in general not satisfactory, SMG3 is in general lacking a lot of hosts. If no
parties are willing to host SMG3 meetings then it can be foreseen that stage 3 material for the completion
of Release 98 and Release 99 will not be available in due time.
SSN: On request of SMG12 the subsystem number issue is under analysis. SMG3 endorses entirely to
allocate 3 SSNs from the national specific range for the MAP applications in SGSN, GGSN and gsmSCF
(150, 149, 148). The principle to reserve an entire block of national specific SSNs (129-150) for future
applications is not unanimously endorsed at the moment and a proposal from TTC to modify the CAP
SSN is not completely analysed yet.
MNP SMG3 started work on mobile number portability. 3 specifications are envisages, one for IN-based
solution call related, one for SRF-based/call related and one for SRF-based/non-call related.
2
2.1
Status of the technical specifications
General
The part of the Phase 2 (Release 95) technical specifications under the responsibility of SMG3 are
considered as stable. However, one CR to Release 95 was agreed by SMG3 to align with the already
agreed Release 96 CR 04.08-A301r2 on Clarification of CM3 and ES IND bit handling in classmark 2
and 1.
Active support:
SAME STORY AS TO SMG#21 and to SMG#22 and to SMG#23 and to SMG#24 and to SMG#25 and
to SMG#26: It should be noted that because of lack of rapporteurs and active contributors there is a risk
that SMG3 needs to propose to delete or postpone work items or parts of work items. This lack of
rapporteurs and/or active contributors was already mentioned to several SMG plenary meetings but
without sufficient success. Especially in the supplementary service area work items can not be
progressed. The number of delegates visiting the meetings is stable now; unfortunately however there is
still not sufficient active participation.
SMG3 Management Team:
SMG3:
Chairman
Vice Chairman
Harald Dettner (Siemens);
currently: working party chairmen.
PT-SMG support (project managers for network aspects):
Peter van der Arend
Fredrik Pettersson
David Williams
SMG3 plenary, SMG3-WPB (stand-in SMG3-WPC);
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPC
Working parties active within SMG3:
SMG3-WPA: radio-interface & GPRS
SMG3-WPB: supplementary services
SMG3-WPC: network aspects
chairman: Hannu Hietalahti (Nokia)
chairman: Steffen Haberman (T-Mobil)
chairman: Ian Park (Vodafone)
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2.2
2.2.1
Radio interface signalling & GPRS (SMG3-WPA)
Phase 2
Phase 2 is stable, however there is one CR to GSM 04.08 Phase 2. A correction to Classmark 3 was
found to be needed. This was an action point given by SMG3 in Chester and was indicated to SMG#26.
The corresponding CRs to Release 96 and Release 97 were already approved by SMG#26. This change
to Phase 2 is found to be necessary by SMG3, see also section 2.1.
2.2.2
Release 96 and Release 97
GPRS: This time "only" 27 CRs to GSM 04.07, GSM 04.08, GSM 04.64, GSM 04.65 and GSM 09.18 are
forwarded, all with corrections to GPRS Release 97.
ASCI (VGCS and VBS): As indicated to SMG#26 some corrections to GSM 04.68 and GSM 04.69 on
VGCS and VBS are forwarded now for Release 96. No versions for Release 97 are needed because no
modifications happened in Release 97 to the access signalling for VBS/VGCS.
CCBS: One correction to GSM 04.08 is needed for the support of CCBS.
2.2.3
Release 98
Long Forwarded-To-Numbers/UUS: SMG1 is considering increasing of the maximum length of the
forwarded-to number. This will require message segmentation on the radio path or a specific workaround
solution. Other users might profit from a generic segmentation mechanism, e.g. UUS. SMG1 is asked to
deliver information on potential other users of such a generic segmentation mechanism, i.e. on the
necessity of such a "tool" in general. If yes then SMG3 has to start a feasibility study on the segmentation
mechanism.
2.3
2.3.1
Supplementary services part (SMG3-WPB)
Phase 2
Phase 2 is stable.
Old issue: There are still two outstanding CRs to GSM 09.12. These were agreed by SMG#22 but still
need to be considered by SPS1. The outcome of the voting on GSM 09.12 was studied within SMG3 and
the result was also forwarded to SPS1. Also these comments still have to be put into GSM 09.12 (Phase
2). It should be noted that this specification has not become a part of Release 96, i.e. there is no version
5.0.0 available. A joint SMG3-WPB meeting with SPS1 on this matter is planned for 10 November 1998.
In this joint meeting also GSM 09.13 will be checked officially by SPS1
2.3.2
Release 96, Release 97 and next
CCNRy/CCNRc: the reintroduction of CCNRy/CCNRc services was approved by SMG#26. SMG1
confirmed meanwhile the view, shared also by MoU, that these two WI’s shall be deleted.
The arguments from SMG3 to continue the work on CCNRy/CCNRc were:
It is estimated that approximately 90% of the work is already done for these services due to the
CCBS specifications
CCNR (CCNRy in GSM notation) is an ISDN service defined in ISUP version 3. Once the service is
introduced in fixed networks, GSM operators cannot offer service interworking, i.e. GSM
subscribers cannot place CCNR requests against fixed subscribers and cannot be the target of
CCNR requests from the fixed network.
SMG3 will follow the proposal from SMG1 to stop work on these two WI’s if this position is endorsed by
SMG-plenary.
CCBS: Corrections are proposed to align GSM 03.93 with the MAP protocol. The interactions of CCBS
with CAMEL Phase 2 are also solved.
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Call Deflection: The work on the stage 2 specification was further progressed and it is expected to sent
GSM 03.72 for approval to SMG#28.
The stage 3 specification was further stabilised. CD can be introduced without further changes to
GSM 04.08 by reusing current call clearing procedures for the invocation of the service. GSM 04.72 is
forwarded to SMG#27 for information. A CR to GSM 04.80 will be finalised in time for Release 98.
UUS: Nokia took over responsibility for the stage 2 and stage 3 specifications of UUS. The main problem
is the alignment of the specifications with GSM 03.18 procedures. Open items for SMG1 are recognised in
the interworking area, especially for CAMEL and SOR.
It is estimated that the service can be finalised in time for Release 98. However there is one outstanding
issue on UUI for service one and the problem of segmentation.
MSP: A proposal for a way to introduce MSP based on CAMEL Phase 2 functions was presented by
France Télécom. There are only minor changes to the GSM system necessary. A discussion took place
on how to handle service implementations based on CAMEL in SMG3. At present SMG3-WPB has no
resources to work on the MSP in relation to the definition of "operator specific services". The France
Télécom paper was considered as a proposal for internal consideration in interested companies.
At SMG1 a discussion was started on alternative implementations for MSP. Changes to the stage 1 were
proposed by Ericsson. Based on this an SMG1/SMG3 joint meeting was organised; however due to
missing support of SMG1 the meeting was cancelled later on. Ericsson presented first ideas on an
alternative implementation with major impact on mobility management and MS implementations. It is
proposed to allow multiple SIMs in one ME. References to requirements on enhanced mobility
management and SIM capabilities of UMTS were given. Ericsson volunteered to progress the work on this
proposal in order to ask SMG12 for further guidance.
Other companies are asked to give comments on the Ericsson proposal. Ericsson have indicated that
their solution will be e-mailed around to SMG3, SMG3-WPB and SMG12.
The finalisation of MSP within Release 98 cannot be guaranteed. Major decisions are necessary on the
general concept of the introduction of MSP. For that the requirements of UMTS should be considered as
well.
The CAMEL based solution proposed by France Télécom in SMG3-WPB and the solution which will be
distributed by Ericsson need to be studied.
Follow me: There are two possibilities for the work on FM:
-
to implement Follow Me as a supplementary service. For that, a security mechanism for preventing
fraud is necessary. This needs to be approved by SMG10.
it would be feasible to introduce a tool which allows operators to implement their own solution. For
FM an HLR-HLR interworking is necessary via a "tunnelling mechanism".
Siemens, being the rapporteur, was asked in SMG3 to start consideration of these options.
USSD enhancements: SMG1 have given major responsibility on the definition of service requirements for
USSD enhancements to SMG4-MExE. SMG3-WPB is waiting for input from SMG4 on the open issues
recognised previously. An answer from SMG12 on routeing of USSD messages was received. It is
proposed to use either service code based routing or GT based routing for MS initiated traffic. SMG4 is
asked for further clarification. For network initiated traffic the reuse of SMS routing procedures is
proposed.
CLI enhancements: The "Send Routeing Info" and "Provide MSRN" operations shall be used to transmit
CLI information from the GMSC to the VMSC via the HLR. First drafts of the modifications required for
GSM 03.18 and GSM 03.81 were presented in SMG3-WPB. An open item is the priority of the usage of
both numbers at the VMSC. The introduction of name information together with the CLI is for further study.
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GSM/PCS Harmonisation: Proposed changes to GSM 04.81 and GSM 04.90 were received from T1P1.
The change request to GSM 04.81 on "introduction of redirecting BCD number and redirecting
subaddress" was postponed due to missing service requirements from SMG1.
An off-line e-mail discussion has taken place on the introduction of the "redirection number". It was
recognised that these changes are more relevant to the call forwarding service. For privacy reasons a new
subscription option for call forwarding needs to be introduced. SMG1 and T1P1 are in charge to define the
final requirements.
The proposed CR to GSM 04.90 was not endorsed since it would introduce protocol specific handling in
the application specific description of USSD.
Release 98: In general it was estimated in SMG3-WPB that the majority of the work items allocated to
SMG3-WPB can be finalised for Release 98. There is only one exception identified, which is MSP.
General decisions are necessary in SMG1, SMG3 and SMG12. There are no Release 99 Work items in
the responsibility of SMG3-WPB so far.
Calling Name Presentation: The US-version of CNAP has been agreed by SMG#24. The work on the
EURO-version can be continued; The stage 1 is neutral to the implementation but for stage 2 a new
implementation option may be needed. The UUS proposal for implementation is under investigation, some
problems/drawbacks are identified with this approach.
2.4
2.4.1
Network part (SMG3-WPC)
Phase 2
No CRs to Phase 2. Phase 2 is stable.
2.4.2
Release 96, Release 97 and next
CAMEL Phase 1: There are a very small number of changes for CAMEL Phase 1, even a year and a half
after approval.
CAMEL Phase 2: SMG3 continued to make corrections to the stage 2 and 3 specifications for CAMEL
Phase 2; the majority are straightforward corrections of errors discovered as implementers work on their
development of software, but a significant minority are changes made at the request of SPS3, to align
CAMEL with ETSI and global IN standards. According to John Donne, ”No CAMEL is an island, entire of
itself, …”. More corrections are expected.
CAMEL Phase 3: The following statement was made by the SMG3-WPC chairman: "If CAMEL Phase 1 is
a responsible adult and CAMEL Phase 2 is a maturing adolescent, CAMEL Phase 3 is definitely an
embryo. However the pregnancy should be not too exhausting – we have signs of good co-operation
between the three parents (all right, the CAMEL is an unusual animal, but not that unusual, so maybe I
shouldn’t push the metaphor too far!)".
SMG3-WPC had a joint discussions with SPS3 experts, including the SPS3 Chairman, Frans Haerens,
during the SMG3-WPC meeting in Gothenburg, and agreed the framework for a co-operative
development of the CAMEL Phase 3 stage 2 and 3 specifications. That framework is recorded in annex F
of GSM 10.78 (see annex A of this status report). SMG#26 instructed SMG3 to discuss the arrangements
with SPS3, and this annex records the result. The same framework was discussed by SPS3. It is
expected to start the joint activity with SPS3 during the next SMG3-WPC meeting in November 1998. The
proposal in Annex F was agreed by SMG3.
One stream of specifications will be produced. Stage 1 and stage 2 as for CAMEL Phase 1 and CAMEL
Phase 2; for stage 3 two specifications: one for GSM and one for IN CS3.1.
CCBS: The main outstanding item, the resolution of the interactions between CAMEL Phase 2 and CCBS,
was completed. During the process of integrating the changes to GSM 03.18 for CAMEL Phase 2, CCBS
and GPRS, it was discovered that several corrections and alignments were needed; CRs are forwarded.
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Fraud Information Gathering System/Immediate Service Termination: A dialogue by liaison
statements has taken place with SMG10 on FIGS and IST. CAMEL is seen as the primary tool on which
both of these features will be based; however a specific request from SMG10 was received to define the
protocol enhancements to MAP to allow the implementation of IST without the need for CAMEL. It will be
made clear to SMG10 that the protocol enhancement for the development of a non CAMEL
implementation solution for IST is only a small part of the work. Guidance on this work is requested from
SMG10. The decision of which entity activates termination is a matter for SMG10. If they do not have a
strong opinion, it can be left to SMG3. It was found that there are also several architectural aspects.
There is a CAMEL solution and CAMEL is the main tool for collecting security related information; there
may be other operator means to collect this information. The non CAMEL approach for the service might
be very time consuming for SMG3-WPC. There was no support in SMG3 for the development of a non
CAMEL based solution for IST. It has to be studied if this decision has any impact on the possible
termination of service for non CAMEL subscribers. There might also be impact on CCBS recalls and
impact on MNP.
GPRS: SMG3-WPC have continued the cleaning up work on GSM 09.02 and GSM 09.60 for GPRS.
Harmonisation with PCS1900: The impact of PCS1900 harmonisation on SMG3-WPC has been
relatively small; two proposals for CRs to GSM 09.02 have been reviewed. The comments have already
been forwarded to T1P1.5. A CR to GSM 09.02 is proposed to deal with one of the harmonisation issues:
the introduction of 3-digit MNCs.
Optimal Routeing: SMG #26 instructed SMG3 to study whether support of OR for mobile-to-mobile calls
could be made an optional part of SOR. SMG3 have agreed the necessary CRs to GSM 03.18 (both
Release 96 and Release 97) and GSM 03.79. It will be studied how CAMEL Phase 3 can be used to
overcome the problems which have been identified with the existing (switch-based) definition of OR for
mobile-to-mobile calls. (These CRs were not presented in the SMG3 plenary but were approved after the
meeting via e-mail).
SoLSA: A proposed change to GSM 09.02 to support SoLSA Phase 1 was discussed, but it was
concluded that the stage 2 needs to be more stable before the stage 3 change can be agreed.
ASN.1 compiler: For the ASN.1 checking SMG3-WPC (and also SMG3-WPB) make use of Ulrich Wiehe
and "his" Siemens ASN.1 compiler. However, there seems no compiler available which can do the
complete checking of the ASN.1 coding as used in GSM 09.78. The same problem occurs in SPS3. SPS3
ETSI-PEX is also informed and promised to help. Meanwhile a new compiler is found but his capabilities
are not tested yet.
SSN: ITU-T have agreed to change Q.713 so that SCCP SSNs not in the globally standardised range (i.e.
"national" SSNs) will be transmitted unchanged through international SCCP gateways. This will allow GSM
applications to use "national" SSNs for inter-PLMN signalling to support CAMEL & GPRS. The majority of
SMG3 delegations endorsed a proposal to reserve a block of "national" SSNs for GSM use. There was
unanimous support for the allocation of 3 specific "national" SSNs for MAP signalling for GPRS and
CAMEL.
SMG12 asked SMG3 to study a request from TTC (Japan) to use a "national" SSN for CAP signalling,
instead of the currently specified SSN, which clashes with the ITU-T allocation of the same value for MAP
signalling. This issue is under study by SMG3-WPC.
Mobile Number Portability: The solutions for supporting MNP were discussed. The support of non-call
related functions (like SMS, CCBS) and call related functions for MNP was handled taking into account
GSM MAP and IN query based techniques. The MNP solutions are: a common solution for non-call
related functions based on a Signalling Relay Function, an IN based solution for call related functions
using an IN based query for obtaining call routing information and an SRF based solution for call related
functions using a MAP query for obtaining call routing information.
Non-call related: SRF method
Call related: either IN or SRF method
It was decided to have three distinct parts for the standardisation of MNP:
- one part for call related traffic SRF based
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- one part for call related traffic IN based
- one (common) part for non-call related traffic SRF based.
Libertel volunteered to take rapporteurship for the SRF based parts of the specifications and Siemens
indicated that they will take rapporteurship for the IN based part of the specification.
UMTS aspects were treated for the first time in SMG3 on the latest plenary. For this Antun Samukic came
over from the south of France.
2.5
UMTS matters
Several UMTS specifications were presented in SMG3.
UMTS 30.00 SMG Work Programme for UMTS; version 3.5.0. SMG3 has to indicate itself for which areas
it want to become involved. Four approved WI description are attached to UMTS 30.00. Two more
proposed WIs were available: "UMTS Core based on ATM Transport" and " Combined GSM and MobileIP
Mobility Handling in UMTS IP CN". SMG3 wants to get 2nd responsibility for both proposed WIs.
UMTS 30.01 UMTS baseline document version 3.3.0. This report will be studied by SMG3.
UMTS 22.00 UMTS Phase 1 version 1.0.0. This specification was forwarded to SMG3-WPB.
UMTS 23.01 General UMTS Architecture. Back ground information.
UMTS 23.10 UMTS Access Stratum - Services and Functions version 0.8.1 and a contribution on "Access
Stratum and Protocol Stacks". It was indicated that this document was not fully agreed by SMG12,
however is might be the basis for UMTS evolution of A- and Gb-Interface specifications for UMTS
Release 99.
UMTS 23.20 Evolution of the GSM platform towards UMTS version 0.7.0. Back ground information.
UMTS 23.30 Iu Principles version 0.2.0. Back ground information.
UMTS ZZ.XX Description of Iu Interface version 0.0.2.
Pre-paging in UMTS: This is a requirement by the Japanese TTC for the support of pre-paging in UMTS
Phase 1. A broad range of features was identified already on the meeting which would benefit from such a
mechanism. SMG3 will study the proposal.
Gateway Location Register in the UMTS core network: SMG12 endorsed a proposal to include
appropriate text in UMTS 23.20. Contributions are required. NEC is planning a new WI description for
SMG12. SMG1 and SMG3 were requested to continue analysis of such a new entity between HLR and
VLR or between HLR and SGSN.
Interaction between MExE and GSM/UMTS Networks: Exchange of capabilities between the terminal
and the network, in both direction, is needed to ensure a proper handling of interaction between the
network and the terminal services. That info has to be stored in the network. SMG3 will give guidance on
this storage. Another issue is the protocol to be used in the network for direct communication. This is an
issue for the future discussion on CAMEL Phase 3.
Organisation of UMTS work in SMG3: An SMG3 ad-hoc meeting on UMTS is planned on 18 to 20
November 1998 in Sophia Antipolis. The goal of this meeting is to get SMG3 more involved in UMTS.
Issues for this meeting are the TTC proposals, MExE, work split, protocol (GSM 04.08/GSM 09.02)
evolution towards UMTS.
3
3.1
Future work
General
SAME STORY as to SMG#22 and to SMG#23 and to SMG#24 and to SMG#25 and to SMG#26: In
general there seems to be a reasonable support for most of the work items, however most of the work is
done by a limited number of participants, c.q. companies.
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3.2
Status in SMG3 on Work Items
Release 98:
Call deflection: Work is progressing. stage 3 is forwarded for information. It is expected to forward
stage 2 and stage 3 to SMG#28 for approval.
Follow Me: If FM is based on CAMEL then there is probably no more work to be done by SMG3-WPB on
Follow Me. A feasibility study is required on which CAMEL Phase can support Follow Me. An other
option is that FM will be properly defined including security feature. The requirements from the UIC
on FM need further clarification. SMG3 assumes the WI to slip to Release 99.
FIGS and IST: It is assumed that FIGS/IST can be implemented based on CAMEL, however SMG3 was
requested by SMG10 to develop a non-CAMEL based solution for IST. There are no resources in
SMG3 to do so at present.
GPRS Release 98/Phase 2: There is support to continue the work on GPRS.
Cordless Telephony System: Till now no major discussions in SMG3. The situation of CTS is not clear.
Forwarding of SMs: The status of this work item is not clear at all. There are no requirements from
SMG1. There is no active support in SMG3-WPB.
Mobile Number Portability: Under study in SMG12 and in parallel now in SMG3. SMG3 started working
on stage 2 and stage 3. An SMG3 ad-hoc meeting on MNP is scheduled. Active support can be
expected by several companies. The work can be finalised by SMG#28.
Harmonisation PCS 1900 -GSM: joint activity with T1P1. Several CRs have been discussed and
commented, some are approved. Nevertheless the total number of CRs is unknown. SMG3 is
confident to comple the work until SMG#28.
Interworking with satellites: Understudy in SMG1
Lawful Interception: Under study in SMG10.
Location services: SMG3 is invited to take part in the workshop scheduled for end October in Sophia
Antipolis.
Multiple Subscriber Profile: Vodafone, France Télécom and Ericsson have indicated that they still have
strong interest in this service. Stage 1 was already agreed long time ago. Also drafts of stage 2 and
stage 3 are available (prepared by Simon Richardson, Vodafone). For the moment there is limited
active support in SMG3-WPB. If no rapporteur is found then this service cannot be finalized in
Release 98. Two proposals are under study (one from France Télécom and one, still to be
distributed, from Ericsson).
User-to-User Signalling: Nokia Mobile Phones has become rapporteur for stage 2 and stage 3 of UUS.
Because of this active support UUS can be kept as a Release 98 service.
SoLSA: This service is in the hands of Nokia. A solution has to be chosen. SMG3 is for the moment not
actively involved. A stable stage 2 is needed.
USSD enhancements: No progress was made in SMG3. Nokia is active on this work item and has
offered to be the rapporteur. It can be kept as a Release 98 service. This WI is seen as subset of
the MexE WI.
CLI enhancements: Work is going on. Nokia is active on this work item. It can be kept as a Release 98
service.
CCNRy and CCNRc: These work items could be introduced by simple additional requirements to the
"normal" CCBS service; especially for CCNRy. Most of the procedures introduced for CCBS could
be reused. Reintroducing these work items will be checked. SMG3 will stop it's activities on these
two WIs as proposed by SMG1/MoU if this is confirmed by SMG.
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Release 99:
CAMEL Phase 3: SMG3-WPC has started the work on CAMEL Phase 3 for Release 99 in close cooperation with SPS3.
EDGE-NSS part: There is active support by Nokia. Issue for SMG3-WPA.
3.3
SMG3 meeting schedule after SMG3 #3/98 in Bonn
23 October 1998
SMG3 ad-hoc on MNP; Torino, hosted by CSELT
18 to 20 November 1998
SMG3 ad-hoc on UMTS; Sophia Antipolis, hosted by PT-SMG
27 to 29 January 1999
SMG3 plenary #1/99; NO HOST YET
week 23 1999
SMG3 plenary #2/99; NO HOST YET
week 40 1999
SMG3 plenary #3/99; NO HOST YET
26 to 29 October 1998
25 to 26 January 1998
SMG3-WPA; Sophia Antipolis, hosted by PT-SMG
SMG3-WPA; Just before SMG3 plenary #1/99 NO HOST YET
26 to 30 October 1998
30 Nov to 4 Dec 1998
25 to 26 January 1999
17 to 21 May 1998
SMG3-WPB #4/98: Chicago, hosted by Lucent Technologies
SMG3-WPB #5/98: Den Haag, hosted by KPN Telecom
(if no other more exotic host can be found)
SMG3-WPB #1/99: Just before SMG3 plenary #1/99 NO HOST YET
SMG3-WPB #2/99: NO HOST YET
10 November 1998
joint SPS1/SMG3-WPB on GSM 09.12 matters during SPS1 in Darmstadt
9 to 13 November 1998
11 to 15 January 1999
13 and 14 January 1999
25 to 26 January 1999
22 to 26 March 1999
14 to 15 April 1999
17 to 21 May 1999
19 and 20 May 1999
23 to 24 June 1999
19 to 23 July 1999
13 to 17 September 1999
15 and 16 September
20 to 21 October 1999
15 to 19 November 1999
SMG3-WPC; Hungerford, hosted by Vodafone
SMG3-WPC; NO HOST YET
Joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC on CAMEL Phase 3
SMG3-WPC; immediately preceding SMG3 plenary #1/99 NO HOST YET
SMG3-WPC; Issy-les-Moulineaux, hosted by France Télécom/CNET
Joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC on CAMEL Phase 3; Turkey, hosted by ???
SMG3-WPC; Edinburgh, hosted by Nortel
Joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC on CAMEL Phase 3
Joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC on CAMEL Phase 3; host unknown
SMG3-WPC; Sweden, hosted by Telia
SMG3-WPC; NO HOST YET
Joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC on CAMEL Phase 3
Joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC on CAMEL Phase 3; host unknown
SMG3-WPC; NO HOST YET
SPS3 meetings with joint SPS3/SMG3-WPC sessions on CAMEL Phase 3:
12 to16 April 1999
21 to 25 June 1999
18 to 23 October 1999
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Annex A: LS from SPS3 to SMG3 on CAMEL Phase 3 (to SMG#27 for information)
Source:
To:
Date/Venue:
Contact:Frans Haerens
ETSI SPS3
SMG3/WPC , SMG3 (for action and response)
Ostend, Belgium, 14-18 September 1998.
Tel +32 3 240 9034
Fax +32 3 240 9961
e-mail: haerensf@btmaa.bel.alcatel.be
Title: Response to Liaison Statement 'SMG3 - SPS3 co-operation for the production of common
CAMEL Phase3 specifications
SPS3 received the SMG3/WPC liaison statement on 'SMG3 - SPS3 co-operation for the production of
common CAMEL Phase3 specifications'. Some discussion has been done between SMG3 and SPS3 on
this co-operation during the Gothenburg SMG3/WPC meeting. A summary of those discussions can be
found in GSM 10.78 V3.3.0, 9 September 1998 in Annex F
As requested by SMG3/WPC, SPS3 has also allocated three additional meetings next year, namely on:
•
12-16 April 1999
•
21-25 June 1999
•
18-23 October 1999
SPS3 ratifies this Annex F, however the following should be noted:
During the CAMEL business meetings in the weeks scheduled for SMG3 WPC meetings also two days
should be allocated where the discussion can be concentrated on the IN discussions. This will allow SPS3
delegates not to be mandated for the complete week.
The SPS 3 delegates would favour to have only 6 meetings during next year on IN Camel Phase 3. In the
table below three Joint SPS3/SMG3 meetings have been confirmed. It is up to SMG3/SPS3 management
to endorse the final dates and to fix the additional days.
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SPS3 detailed meeting plan (The SMG meetings are for information as indicated in GSM 10.78
subclause 5.1):
Date
Meeting
29-30.10.98 Interim SPS3
9-13.11.98
SMG3 WPC
8-12.02.99
11-15.1.99
25-29.1.99
25-29.1.99
8-12.3..99
SMG#28
SMG3 WPC
Interim SPS3
SMG3
SMG1
SMG#29
22-26.3.99
SMG3 WPC
12-16.4.99
SPS3
17-21.5.99
SMG3 WPC
31.5-4.6.99 SMG3
21-25.6.99
SPS3
SMG#30
5-9.7.99
SMG1
19-23.7.99
SMG3 WPC
13-17.9.99
SMG3 WPC
18-23.10.99 SPS3
27.9-1.10.99 SMG3
15-19.11.99 SMG3 WPC
SMG3 WPC
SMG#31
Note 1:
Force.
Scope
Number portability, Multiple Point of Control
Progress CAMEL phase 3 stage 2 & 3: Joint SPS3/SMG3 confirmed
on 10 and 11 November 1998
Joint SPS3/SMG3 confirmed on 13 and 14 January 1999
Interim SPS3: No CAMEL phase 3, preparation ITU-T SG11/WP4
meeting
Approve stage 1
Joint SPS3/SMG3? Note 1
SPS 3 confirmed: Note 1
Joint SPS3/SMG3 confirmed on 19 and 20 May 1999
SPS 3 confirmed: Note 1
Joint SPS3/SMG3? Note 1
Joint SPS3/SMG3 confirmed on 15 and 16 September
SPS 3 confirmed: Note 1
Joint SPS3/SMG3? Note 1
Finalise WPC outputs on CAMEL phase 3
TC approval of CRs, finalisation of Workitem
SPS3/SMG3 management must confirm the exact meeting days for Joint SPS3/SMG3 Task
Annex F of GSM 10.78 V3.3.0, 9 September 1998
Basis of co-operation agreement between SMG3 and SPS3
This annex summarises the agreement reached at a joint meeting of representatives of SPS3 and SMG3
WPC on 9 September 1998. It is subject to ratification by SPS3, SPS, SMG3 and SMG.
1
2.
3.
4.
5
6
SMG3 WPC is responsible for delivering via SMG3 to SMG #31 (February 2000) for approval the
stage 2 & 3 specifications (GSM 03.78 and GSM 09.78) for CAMEL Phase 3. These specifications
will be in the same format as the equivalent specifications for CAMEL Phase 1 & CAMEL Phase 2.
The work to develop GSM 03.78 and GSM 09.78 may be useful in the development of the
specifications for ETSI INAP CS-3.1; however SMG3 WPC is not able to allocate any resource for
the direct development of specifications for ETSI INAP CS-3.1.
SPS3's expertise is seen as being particularly valuable in:
importing into the CAMEL Phase 3 specifications the appropriate features of ETSI INAP CS2;
developing the enhancements to ETSI INAP CS-2, which are required for CAMEL Phase 3.
Meetings will be held to progress the work of drafting the CAMEL Phase 3 specifications as follows:
4.1
During the weeks scheduled for SMG3 WPC meetings, as set out in subclause 5.1.
The CAMEL business meeting will be held in the same location as the SMG3 WPC meeting.
Each CAMEL business meeting will start at 4 p.m. on the Monday, and finish at 6 p.m. on the
Thursday. There will be 6 such meetings in 1999.
4.2
During the weeks scheduled for SPS3 meetings; the dates for these meetings will be
set by SPS3. The CAMEL business meeting will be held in the same location as the SPS3
meeting. Each CAMEL business meeting will occupy 2 days, starting at 9 a.m. on the first day
and finishing at 6 p.m. on the second day. There will be 3 such meetings in 1999.
Invitations to each CAMEL business meeting will be sent to the SMG3 WPC membership list and to
the SPS3 membership list, by the host of the meeting with which the CAMEL business meeting is
collocated.
All CAMEL business meetings will have equal status, and will have a mandate to deliver outputs to
SMG3 for approval.
Extract of Tdoc SMG 98-0775
ETSI TC SMG # 27 Plenary Meeting
Praha, Czech Republic
12nd- 16th October 1998
Source:
PT SMG
Agenda Item:
6.4
Extract of SMG4 Status Report
14 Liaison Statement from SMG4 to SMG
ETSI/SMG4
SMG4/ Tdoc 98P444
28th Sept - 2nd Oct 98
Sophia Antipolis
To
SMG
cc
WOME
From
SMG4
Liaison Statement - maintenance of ETSI GSM specifications
SMG4 has discussed the problems concerning the maintenance of yearly releases of Technical
Specifications and feels that it is very time consuming and often unnecessary to maintain all previous
releases. SMG4 wishes to propose that only the current year and previous 2 year releases of Technical
Specifications should be maintained.
SMG4 believes a similar view has been expressed in SMG9
SMG4 notes that WOME are due to meet on 2nd October which coincides with the final day of SMG4’s
meeting and felt that this LS should also be sent to them for that meeting as it is likely the subject of
document maintenance may arise.
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#27, 10/98 Praha, Page 1 of 1 , Filename:98-0775an14.doc
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
01.00
5.2.0
Ph2+/UMTS Miscellaneous
SMG spec Management
Unpublished
01.02
01.02
01.04
01.04
01.04
4.0.2
5.0.0
4.0.2
4.1.1
4.1.2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETR 99
GTS 01.02
ETR 100
ETR 100 Ed2
ETR 100 Ed3
Description of GSM PLMN
Description of GSM PLMN
GSM Abbreviations
GSM Abbreviations
GSM Abbreviations
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Mar 1996
Pub Nov 1994
Pub Apr 1994
Pub Apr 1995
01.04
01.04
01.31
01.31
01.31
01.33
01.33
01.48
01.48
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.0
7.0.0
7.0.1
5.0.1
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R98
R98
Phase 2+
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 01.04
ETR 350
TR 101 105
TR 101 105
TR 101 105
ETR 363
TR 100 xxx
GTS 01.48
GTS 01.48
GSM Abbreviations
GSM Abbreviations
Fraud Info Gat FIGS Stg 0
Fraud Info Gat FIGS Stg 0
Fraud Info Gat FIGS Stg 0
Lawful Intercep reqmts
Lawful Intercep reqmts
ISDN based DECT/GSM
ISDN based DECT/GSM
Pub Mar 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Oct 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1996
Pub Nov 1996
01.50
01.51
01.60
01.60
01.61
01.61
01.61
02.01
02.01
1.0.0
1.0.0
1.1.0
6.0.0
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
4.4.2
4.5.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Radio Local Loop (RLL)
Dual Mode of Ops & Roam
GPRS requirements
GPRS requirements
GPRS ciphering algo
GPRS ciphering algo
GPRS ciphering algo
Telecomm Services
Telecomm Services
Unpublished
Unpublished
Draft
Pub Apr 1998
Pub Oct 1997
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1995
02.01
02.01
02.01
4.6.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TR
TR
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 186
TS 101 106
TS 101 106
TS 101 106
ETS 300 500
ETS 300 500
Am1
ETS 300 500 Ed2
GTS 02.01
GTS 02.01
Telecomm Services
Telecomm Services
Telecomm Services
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
02.01
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.01
Telecomm Services
Pub Nov 1996
02.01
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.01
Telecomm Services
Pub Jan 1998
02.01
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.01
Telecomm Services
Pub July 1998
02.02
02.02
02.02
4.2.2
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 501
GTS 02.02
GTS 02.02
Bearer Services in GSM
Bearer Services in GSM
Bearer Services in GSM
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
02.02
02.02
02.02
02.02
02.02
02.03
02.03
02.03
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.3.2
4.3.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 904
ETS 300 904
ETS 300 904 Ed2
ETS 300 904 Ed2
ETS 300 904 Ed2
ETS 300 502
GTS 02.03
GTS 02.03
Bearer Services in GSM
Bearer Services in GSM
Bearer Services in GSM
Bearer Services in GSM
Bearer Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
Pub Oct 1994
Pub Mar 1996
Pub July 1996
02.03
02.03
02.03
02.03
02.03
02.03
02.03
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.3.2
4.7.1
4.8.0
4.9.0
4.9.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 905
ETS 300 905
ETS 300 905 Ed2
ETS 300 905 Ed2
ETS 300 905 Ed3
ETS 300 905 Ed3
ETS 300 905 Ed3
ETS 300 503
ETS 300 503 Am1
ETS 300 503 Ed2
ETS 300 503 Ed3
GTS 02.04
GTS 02.04
Tele Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
Tele Services in GSM
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
02.04
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.04
Supplementary Services
Pub May 1996
02.04
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.04
Supplementary Services
Pub July 1996
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ETSI Reference
MI/SMG00SPEC_QU
DTR/SMG-010102P
DGTS/SMG-010102Q
DTR/SMG-010104P
RTR/SMG-010104P
RTR/SMG010104PR2
DGTS/SMG-010104Q
DTR/SMG-010104Q
DTR/SMG-100131Q
RTR/SMG-100131Q7
RTR/SMG-100131Q7
DTR/SMG-101020Q
DTR/SMG-100133Q7
DGTS/SMG-010148Q
RGTS/SMG010148QR
DTR/SMG-010150Q
DTR/SMG-010151Q
DTR/SMG-010160Q6
DTR/SMG-010160Q6
DTS/SMG-100161Q
DTS/SMG-100161Q6
DTS/SMG-100161Q6
DE/SMG-010201P
RE/SMG-010201P
RE/SMG-010201PR2
DGTS/SMG-010201Q
RGTS/SMG010201QR
RGTS/SMG010201QR1
RGTS/SMG010201QR2
RGTS/SMG010201QR3
DE/SMG-010202P
DGTS/SMG-010202Q
RGTS/SMG010202QR
DE/SMG-010202QR1
DE/SMG-010202QR1
RE/SMG-010202QR2
RE/SMG-010202QR2
RE/SMG-010202QR2
DE/SMG-010203P
DGTS/SMG-010203Q
RGTS/SMG010203QR
DE/SMG-010203QR
DE/SMG-010203QR
RE/SMG-010203QR1
RE/SMG-010203QR1
RE/SMG-010203QR2
RE/SMG-010203QR2
RE/SMG-010203QR2
DE/SMG-010204P
RE/SMG-010204P
RE/SMG-010204PR2
RE/SMG-010204PR3
DGTS/SMG-010204Q
RGTS/SMG010204QR
RGTS/SMG010204QR1
RGTS/SMG010204QR2
After
SMG #
SMG#20
SMG#8
SMG#17
SMG#8
SMG#12
SMG#14
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#21
SMG#25
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#?
SMG#?
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#11
SMG#12
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#24
SMG#26
SMG#8
SMG#16
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#11
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#10
SMG#12
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.04
02.06
02.06
02.06
02.06
02.06
02.06
02.06
02.06
02.06
02.06
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.7.0
5.7.1
6.0.0
6.0.1
7.0.0
4.2.2
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.5.0
4.5.1
4.5.2
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.6.1
4.7.0
4.8.0
4.8.1
4.8.2
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 918
ETS 300 918
ETS 300 918 Ed2
ETS 300 918 Ed2
ETS 300 918 Ed3
ETS 300 918 Ed3
ETS 300 918 Ed3
ETS 300 918 Ed4
ETS 300 918 Ed4
TS 100 918
TS 100 918
TS 100 918
ETS 300 504
ETS 300 504 Ed2
ETS 300 504 Ed3
ETS 300 504 Ed4
ETS 300 504 Ed4
ETS 300 504 Ed4
ETS 300 919
ETS 300 919
ETS 300 919 Ed2
ETS 300 919 Ed2
ETS 300 505
ETS 300 505 Ed2
ETS 300 505 Ed3
ETS 300 505 Ed3
ETS 300 505 Ed3
GTS 02.07
GTS 02.07
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Supplementary Services
Types of MS
Types of MS
Types of MS
Types of MS
Types of MS
Types of MS
Types of MS
Types of MS
Types of MS
Types of MS
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Feb 1998
Unpublished
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Sep 1995
Pub May 1996
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
Pub Oct 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Pub Mar 1996
Pub July 1996
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.07
02.08
02.09
02.09
02.09
02.09
02.09
02.09
02.09
02.09
02.11
02.11
02.11
02.11
02.11
02.11
02.11
02.11
02.16
02.16
02.16
02.16
02.16
02.16
02.17
02.17
02.17
02.17
02.17
02.17
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.4.0
5.4.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
7.0.0
0.2.1
4.2.4
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.4.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.6.1
4.7.0
4.8.0
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
6.0.0
7.0.0
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.4.0
4.5.0
5.0.0
4.3.3
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
6.0.0
7.0.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
R97
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
R97
R98
ETS 300 906
ETS 300 906
ETS 300 906 Ed2
ETS 300 906 Ed2
ETS 300 906 Ed2
ETS 300 906 Ed3
ETS 300 906 Ed3
TS 100 906
TS 100 906
TS 100 906
ETR 101
ETS 300 506
ETS 300 506 Am1
ETS 300 506 Ed2
ETS 300 506 Ed2
ETS 300 920
ETS 300 920
ETS 300 920 Ed2
ETS 300 920 Ed2
ETS 300 507
ETS 300 507 Ed2
ETS 300 507 Ed3
ETS 300 507 Ed4
ETS 300 921
ETS 300 921
TS 100 921
TS 100 921
ETS 300 508
ETS 300 508
ETS 300 508
ETS 300 508 Am1
ETS 300 508 Ed2
GTS 02.16
ETS 300 509
ETS 300 922
ETS 300 922
ETS 300 922 Ed2
TS 100 922
TS 100 922
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
MS features
QoS
Security aspects
Security aspects
Security aspects
Security aspects
Security aspects
Security aspects
Security aspects
Security aspects
Service accessibility
Service accessibility
Service accessibility
Service accessibility
Service accessibility
Service accessibility
Service accessibility
Service accessibility
ME identity
ME identity
ME identity
ME identity
ME identity
ME identity
SIM characteristics
SIM characteristics
SIM characteristics
SIM characteristics
SIM characteristics
SIM characteristics
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
OAP version
Pub June 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished?
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1995
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Sep 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
PE version
Vote version
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1995
Pub July 1995
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Nov 1998
Unpublished
Page 2
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DE/SMG-010204QR3
DE/SMG-010204QR3
RE/SMG-010204QR4
RE/SMG-010204QR4
RE/SMG-010204QR5
RE/SMG-010204QR5
RE/SMG-010204QR5
RE/SMG-010204QR6
RE/SMG-010204QR6
DTS/SMG-010204Q6
DTS/SMG-010204Q6
DTS/SMG-010204Q7
DE/SMG-010206P
RE/SMG-010206P
RE/SMG-010206PR2
RE/SMG-010206PR3
RE/SMG-010206PR3
RE/SMG-010206PR3
DE/SMG-010206Q
DE/SMG-010206Q
RE/SMG-010206QR
RE/SMG-010206QR
DE/SMG-010207P
RE/SMG-010207P
RE/SMG-010207PR1
RE/SMG-010207PR1
RE/SMG-010207PR1
DGTS/SMG-010207Q
RGTS/SMG010207QR
DE/SMG-010207QR1
DE/SMG-010207QR1
RE/SMG-010207QR2
RE/SMG-010207QR2
RE/SMG-010207QR2
RE/SMG-010207QR3
RE/SMG-010207QR3
DTS/SMG-010207Q6
DTS/SMG-010207Q6
RTS/SMG-010207Q7
DTR/SMG-010208P
DE/SMG-010209P
RE/SMG-010209P
RE/SMG-010209PR1
RE/SMG-010209PR1
DE/SMG-010209Q
DE/SMG-010209Q
RE/SMG-010209QR1
RE/SMG-010209QR1
DE/SMG-010211P
RE/SMG-010211P
RE/SMG-010211PR2
RE/SMG-010211PR3
DE/SMG-010211Q
DE/SMG-010211Q
DTS/SMG-010211Q6
RTS/SMG-010211Q7
DE/SMG-010216P
DE/SMG-010216P
DE/SMG-010216P
RE/SMG-010216P
RE/SMG-010216P1
DGTS/SMG-010216Q
DE/SMG-010217P
DE/SMG-010217Q
DE/SMG-010217Q
RE/SMG-090217QR1
DTS/SMG-090217Q6
DTS/SMG-090217Q7
After
SMG #
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#8
SMG#14
SMG#16
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#11
SMG#15
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#16
SMG#7
SMG#12
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#10
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#7
SMG#12
SMG#13
SMG#20
SMG#8
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#26
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
02.17
02.19
02.22
02.22
02.22
02.22
02.22
7.1.0
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
5.2.0
5.3.0
R98
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 100 922
TS 101 xxx
GTS 02.22
GTS 02.22
GTS 02.22
GTS 02.22
GTS 02.22
SIM characteristics
SIM API
Personalisation of the ME
Personalisation of the ME
Personalisation of the ME
Personalisation of the ME
Personalisation of the ME
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Dec 1996
Unpublished
Pub Nov 1997
02.22
5.3.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.22
Personalisation of the ME
Pub Apr 1998
02.22
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.22
Personalisation of the ME
Pub July 1998
02.24
02.24
02.24
02.24
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
4.4.1
4.5.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.10.0
4.11.0
4.11.1
4.12.0
4.13.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 510
ETS 300 510 Ed2
ETS 300 923
ETS 300 923
ETS 300 511
ETS 300 511
ETS 300 511
ETS 300 511 Am1
ETS 300 511 Ed2
GTS 02.30
GTS 02.30
Advice of Charge
Advice of Charge
Advice of Charge
Advice of Charge
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Pub Oct 1994
Pub Jan 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
PE version
Vote version
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
02.30
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.30
Man-Machine Interface
Pub May 1996
02.30
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.30
Man-Machine Interface
Pub July 1996
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.30
02.31
02.31
02.31
02.32
02.32
02.33
02.33
02.33
02.34
02.34
02.34
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.6.2
6.0.0
6.0.1
7.0.0
5.0.0
7.0.0
7.1.0
7.0.0
7.1.0
5.0.0
7.0.0
7.1.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R98
Phase 2+
R98
R98
R98
R98
Phase 2+
R98
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 907
ETS 300 907
ETS 300 907 Ed2
ETS 300 907 Ed2
ETS 300 907 Ed3
ETS 300 907 Ed3
ETS 300 907 Ed3
ETS 300 907 Ed4
ETS 300 907 Ed4
ETS 300 907 Ed4
TS 100 907
TS 100 907
TS 100 907
TS 101 107
TR 101 107
TR 101 107
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
GTS 02.33
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
GTS 02.34
GTS 02.34
GTS 02.34
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Man-Machine Interface
Fraud Info Gat FIGS Stg 1
Fraud Info Gat FIGS Stg 1
Fraud Info Gat FIGS Stg 1
IST Stage 1
IST Stage 1
Lawful intercept Stage 1
Lawful intercept Stage 1
Lawful intercept Stage 1
HSCSD
HSCSD
HSCSD
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Feb 1998
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub June 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Jan 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Mar 1997
02.34
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.34
HSCSD
Unpublished
02.34
5.2.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.34
HSCSD
Pub July 1997
02.37
02.40
02.40
02.40
02.40
02.41
02.41
02.41
1.0.0
4.4.1
4.5.0
5.0.0
7.0.0
4.5.2
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 xxx
ETS 300 512
ETS 300 512 Ed2
GTS 02.40
TS 100 512
ETS 300 513
GTS 02.41
GTS 02.41
DECT access to GSM
Call Progress indicators
Call Progress indicators
Call Progress indicators
Call Progress indicators
ODB Stage 1
ODB Stage 1
ODB Stage 1
Draft
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1997
02.41
5.1.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.41
ODB Stage 1
Pub Jan 1998
02.42
5.0.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.42
NITZ
Pub July 1996
Page 3
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DTS/SMG-090217Q7
DTS/SMG-090219Q7
DGTS/SMG-010222Q
DGTS/SMG-010222Q
DGTS/SMG-010222Q
DGTS/SMG-010222Q
RGTS/SMG010222QR1
RGTS/SMG010222QR2
RGTS/SMG010222QR3
DE/SMG-010224P
RE/SMG-010224P
DE/SMG-010224Q
DE/SMG-010224Q
DE/SMG-010230P
DE/SMG-010230P
DE/SMG-010230P
RE/SMG-010230P
RE/SMG-010230P1
DGTS/SMG-010230Q
RGTS/SMG010230QR
RGTS/SMG010230QR1
RGTS/SMG010230QR2
DE/SMG-010230QR2
DE/SMG-010230QR2
RE/SMG-010230QR3
RE/SMG-010230QR3
RE/SMG-010230QR4
RE/SMG-010230QR4
RE/SMG-010230QR4
RE/SMG-010230QR5
RE/SMG-010230QR5
RE/SMG-010230QR5
DTS/SMG-010230Q6
DTS/SMG-010230Q6
DTS/SMG-010230Q7
DTS/SMG-100231Q
RTR/SMG-100231Q7
RTR/SMG-100231Q7
DTS/SMG-100232Q7
DTS/SMG-100232Q7
DGTS/SMG-100233Q
DTS/SMG-100233Q7
FTS/SMG-100233Q7
DGTS/SMG-010234Q
DGTS/SMG-010234Q
RGTS/SMG010234QR
RGTS/SMG010234QR1
RGTS/SMG010234QR1
DTS/SMG-010237Q
DE/SMG-010240P
RE/SMG-010240P
DGTS/SMG-010240Q
DTS/SMG-010240Q7
DE/SMG-010241P
DGTS/SMG-010241Q
RGTS/SMG010241QR
RGTS/SMG010241QR1
DGTS/SMG-010242Q
After
SMG #
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#19
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#11
SMG#15
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#
SMG#
SMG#10
SMG#12
SMG#13
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#20
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#10
SMG#15
SMG#20
SMG#27
SMG#8
SMG#16
SMG#21
SMG#24
SMG#19
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
02.42
5.0.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.42
NITZ
Pub Nov 1996
02.42
5.1.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.42
NITZ
Pub Jan 1998
02.43
02.48
02.53
02.53
02.53
02.56
02.57
02.60
02.60
02.60
02.60
7.0.0
6.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
7.0.0
7.0.0
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
R98
R97
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R98
R98
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 180
TS 101 108
TS 101 108
TS 101 108
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
EN 301 113
EN 301 113
TS 101 113
TS 101 113
SoLSA Stage 1
Tool Kit Security Stage1
TFO
TFO
TFO
CTS Stage 1
MExE Stage 1
GPRS Stage 1
GPRS Stage 1
GPRS Stage 1
GPRS Stage 1
Unpublished
Pub Apr 1998
Pub Nov 1997
Pub Jan 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1997
Pub Jan 1998
02.60
02.60
02.60
02.63
02.66
02.66
02.67
02.67
6.0.0
6.1.0
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
R97
R97
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 113
EN 301 113
TS 101 113
GTS 02.63
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
GTS 02.67
GTS 02.67
GPRS Stage 1
GPRS Stage 1
GPRS Stage 1
PDS Stage 1
Mobile NP Stage 1
Mobile NP Stage 1
eMLPP
eMLPP
Unpublished
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub July 1996
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Jan 1996
Pub July 1996
02.67
02.67
02.67
02.67
02.68
02.68
5.0.2
5.0.3
5.0.4
5.0.5
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 924
ETS 300 924
ETS 300 924Ed2
ETS 300 924Ed2
GTS 02.68
GTS 02.68
eMLPP
eMLPP
eMLPP
eMLPP
VGCS
VGCS
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
02.68
02.68
02.68
02.68
02.69
02.69
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.2.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 925
ETS 300 925 Ed2
ETS 300 925 Ed2
ETS 300 925 Ed3
GTS 02.69
GTS 02.69
VGCS
VGCS
VGCS
VGCS
VBS
VBS
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
02.69
02.69
02.69
02.69
02.72
02.72
02.72
02.78
02.78
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.2.0
5.0.0
7.0.0
7.1.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R98
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 926
ETS 300 926 Ed2
ETS 300 926 Ed2
ETS 300 926 Ed3
GTS 02.72
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
GTS 02.78
GTS 02.78
VBS
VBS
VBS
VBS
Call deflection
Call deflection
Call deflection
CAMEL Stage 1
CAMEL Stage 1
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub July 1996
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1996
Pub Nov 1996
02.78
5.1.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.78
CAMEL Stage 1
Pub Mar 1997
02.78
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.78
CAMEL Stage 1
Unpublished
02.78
5.2.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.78
CAMEL Stage 1
Pub July 1997
02.78
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.78
CAMEL Stage 1
Unpublished
02.78
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.78
CAMEL Stage 1
Pub Jan 1998
02.78
5.5.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.78
CAMEL Stage 1
Pub July 1998
02.78
02.78
02.79
02.79
6.0.1
6.1.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
R97
R97
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 285
TS 101 285
GTS 02.79
GTS 02.79
CAMEL Ph2 Stage 1
CAMEL Ph2 Stage 1
SOR
SOR
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub July 1996
Pub Nov 1996
02.81
02.81
02.81
02.81
4.3.2
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.5.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETS 300 514
ETS 300 514
ETS 300 514
ETS 300 514 Am1
Line Identity SS
Line Identity SS
Line Identity SS
Line Identity SS
PE version
Vote version
Pub Oct 1994
Pub Mar 1995
Page 4
ETSI Reference
RGTS/SMG010242QR
RGTS/SMG010242QR1
DTS/SMG-010243Q7
DTS/SMG-090248Q6
DTS/SMG-110253Q
RTS/SMG-110253QR
RTS/SMG-110253Q7
DTS/SMG-010256Q7
DTS/SMG-040257Q7
DEN/SMG-010260Q6
DEN/SMG-010260Q6
DTS/SMG-010260Q6
RTS/SMG010260QR1
RTS/SMG-010260Q6
DEN/SMG-010260Q6
RTS/SMG-010260Q7
DGTS/SMG-010263Q
DTS/SMG-010266Q
DTS/SMG-010266Q7
DGTS/SMG-010267Q
RGTS/SMG010267QR
DE/SMG-010267QR
DE/SMG-010267QR
RE/SMG-010267QR1
RE/SMG-010267QR1
DGTS/SMG-010268Q
RGTS/SMG010268QR
DE/SMG-010268QR
RE/SMG-010268QR1
RE/SMG-010268QR1
RE/SMG-010268QR2
DGTS/SMG-010269Q
RGTS/SMG010269QR
DE/SMG-010269QR
RE/SMG-010269QR1
RE/SMG-010269QR1
RE/SMG-010269QR2
DGTS/SMG-010272Q
DTS/SMG-010272Q7
DTS/SMG-010272Q7
DGTS/SMG-010278Q
RGTS/SMG010278QR
RGTS/SMG010278QR1
RGTS/SMG010278QR2
RGTS/SMG010278QR2
RGTS/SMG010278QR3
RGTS/SMG010278QR3
RGTS/SMG010278QR4
DTS/SMG-010278Q6
DTS/SMG-010278Q6
DGTS/SMG-010279Q
RGTS/SMG010279QR
DE/SMG-010281P
DE/SMG-010281P
DE/SMG-010281P
RE/SMG-010281P
After
SMG #
SMG#20
SMG#24
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#19
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#16
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#26
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#26
SMG#19
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#11
SMG#11
SMG#11
SMG#12
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
02.81
02.81
02.81
02.81
02.81
4.5.1
4.6.0
4.6.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 514 Ed2
ETS 300 514 Ed3
ETS 300 514 Ed3
GTS 02.81
GTS 02.81
Line Identity SS
Line Identity SS
Line Identity SS
Line Identity SS
Line Identity SS
Pub May 1996
OAP version
Pub June 1998
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Jan 1998
02.82
02.82
02.82
02.83
02.83
02.83
02.84
02.84
02.84
02.85
02.85
02.85
02.86
02.86
02.86
02.87
02.87
4.5.1
4.5.2
5.0.0
4.6.6
4.6.7
5.0.0
4.4.6
4.4.7
5.0.0
4.2.5
4.2.6
5.0.0
4.1.4
4.1.5
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 515
ETS 300 515 Ed2
GTS 02.82
ETS 300 516
ETS 300 516 Ed2
GTS 02.83
ETS 300 517
ETS 300 517 Ed2
GTS 02.84
ETS 300 518
ETS 300 518 Ed2
GTS 02.85
ETS 300 519
ETS 300 519 Ed2
GTS 02.86
GTS 02.87
GTS 02.87
Call Offering SS
Call Offering SS
Call Offering SS
Call Completion SS
Call Completion SS
Call Completion SS
MultiParty SS
MultiParty SS
MultiParty SS
Closed User Group SS
Closed User Group SS
Closed User Group SS
Advice of Charge SS
Advice of Charge SS
Advice of Charge SS
User to User Signalling
User to User Signalling
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Nov 1996
02.87
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.87
User to User Signalling
Pub Mar 1997
02.87
5.2.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.87
User to User Signalling
Pub Nov 1997
02.87
02.88
02.88
02.88
02.90
02.90
02.90
02.90
02.90
7.0.0
4.4.2
4.4.3
5.0.0
4.0.4
4.1.0
4.1.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
TS 101 xxx
ETS 300 520
ETS 300 520 Ed2
GTS 02.88
ETS 300 625
ETS 300 625 Ed2
ETS 300 625 Ed2
GTS 02.90
GTS 02.90
User to User Signalling
Call Barring SS
Call Barring SS
Call Barring SS
USSD stage 1
USSD stage 1
USSD stage 1
USSD stage 1
USSD stage 1
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Jan 1995
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Mar 1997
02.91
02.91
5.0.0
5.0.1
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 02.91
GTS 02.91
ECT stage 1
ECT stage 1
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
02.91
5.1.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.91
ECT stage 1
Pub July 1996
02.91
5.1.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.91
ECT stage 1
Pub Mar 1997
02.93
02.93
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 02.93
GTS 02.93
CCBS stage 1
CCBS stage 1
Pub Jan 1996
Pub July 1996
02.93
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.93
CCBS stage 1
Pub Dec 1996
02.93
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.93
CCBS stage 1
Unpublished
02.93
5.3.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.93
CCBS stage 1
Pub Sep 1997
02.93
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.93
CCBS stage 1
Pub Nov 1997
02.93
5.5.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.93
CCBS stage 1
Pub Jan 1998
02.93
02.93
02.95
02.95
6.0.0
6.0.1
5.1.0
5.2.0
R97
R97
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 282
TS 101 282
GTS 02.95
GTS 02.95
CCBS stage 1
CCBS stage 1
SPNP
SPNP
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub May 1996
Pub July 1996
02.96
02.96
02.96
02.97
02.97
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 394
TS 101 394
TS 101 394
GTS 02.97
GTS 02.97
Calling Nme Delivry CNAP)
Calling Nme Delivry CNAP)
Calling Nme Delivry CNAP
Multiple Sub Profile
Multiple Sub Profile
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1998
Pub July 1996
Unpublished
Page 5
ETSI Reference
RE/SMG-010281PR2
RE/SMG-010281PR3
RE/SMG-010281PR3
DGTS/SMG-010281Q
RGTS/SMG010281QR1
DE/SMG-010282P
RE/SMG-010282P
DGTS/SMG-010282Q
DE/SMG-010283P
RE/SMG-010283P
DGTS/SMG-010283Q
DE/SMG-010284P
RE/SMG-010284P
DGTS/SMG-010284Q
DE/SMG-010285P
RE/SMG-010285P
DGTS/SMG-010285Q
DE/SMG-010286P
RE/SMG-010286P
DGTS/SMG-010286Q
DGTS/SMG-010287Q
RGTS/SMG010287QR
RGTS/SMG010287QR1
RGTS/SMG010287QR2
DTS/SMG-010287Q7
DE/SMG-010288P
RE/SMG-010288P
DGTS/SMG-010288Q
DE/SMG-010290P
RE/SMG-010290PR
RE/SMG-010290PR
DGTS/SMG-010290Q
RGTS/SMG010290QR
DGTS/SMG-010291Q
RGTS/SMG010291QR
RGTS/SMG010291QR1
RGTS/SMG010291QR2
DGTS/SMG-010293Q
RGTS/SMG010293QR
RGTS/SMG010293QR1
RGTS/SMG010293QR2
RGTS/SMG010293QR2
RGTS/SMG010293QR3
RGTS/SMG010293QR4
DTS/SMG-010293Q6
DTS/SMG-010293Q6
DGTS/SMG-010295Q
RGTS/SMG010295QR
DTS/SMG-010296Q
DTS/SMG-010296Q6
DTS/SMG-010296Q6
DGTS/SMG-010297Q
RGTS/SMG010297QR1
After
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SMG#16
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#20
SMG#24
SMG#10
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#10
SMG#16
SMG#20
SMG#11
SMG#16
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#16
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#16
SMG#20
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#8
SMG#16
SMG#20
SMG#8
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#21
SMG#16
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#27
SMG#19
SMG#22
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
02.97
5.1.1
Phase 2+
GTS 02.97
Multiple Sub Profile
Pub Sep 1997
02.97
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 02.97
Multiple Sub Profile
Pub Nov 1997
02.97
02.97
03.01
03.01
03.01
7.0.0
7.1.0
4.0.4
5.0.0
5.1.0
R98
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
ETS 300 521
GTS 03.01
GTS 03.01
Multiple Sub Profile
Multiple Sub Profile
Network Functions
Network Functions
Network Functions
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1996
Pub May 1996
03.02
03.02
03.02
03.02
03.02
03.02
03.02
4.0.4
4.1.0
4.1.1
4.2.0
4.2.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 522
ETS 300 522 Ed2
ETS 300 522 Ed2
ETS 300 522 Ed3
ETS 300 522 Ed3
GTS 03.02
GTS 03.02
Network Architecture
Network Architecture
Network Architecture
Network Architecture
Network Architecture
Network Architecture
Network Architecture
Pub Sep 1994
UAP version
Pub Sep 1996
UAP version
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Mar 1996
Pub May 1996
03.02
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.02
Network Architecture
Unpublished
03.02
5.2.1
Phase 2+
GTS 03.02
Network Architecture
Unpublished
03.02
03.02
03.03
03.03
03.03
03.03
03.03
03.03
03.03
03.03
03.03
03.04
03.04
03.05
03.05
03.05
03.07
03.07
03.07
03.07
03.07
03.08
03.08
03.08
03.08
6.0.0
6.1.0
4.8.1
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.1.0
5.1.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
4.0.4
5.0.0
4.0.1
4.1.0
5.0.0
4.3.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
4.7.1
4.8.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 100 522
TS 100 522
ETS 300 523
ETS 300 523 Ed 2
GTS 03.03
ETS 300 927
ETS 300 927
ETS 300 927 Ed2
ETS 300 927 Ed2
TS 100 927
TS 100 927
ETS 300 524
GTS 03.04
ETR 102
ETR 102 Ed2
ETR 351
ETS 300 525
GTS 03.07
GTS 03.07
TS 100 525
TS 100 525
ETS 300 526
ETS 300 526 Ed2
GTS 03.08
GTS 03.08
Network Architecture
Network Architecture
Numbering Addr & Ident
Numbering Addr & Ident
Numbering Addr & Ident
Numbering Addr & Ident
Numbering Addr & Ident
Numbering Addr & Ident
Numbering Addr & Ident
Numbering Addr & Ident
Numbering Addr & Ident
Sig req of calls to MS
Sig req of calls to MS
Tech perfmce objectives
Tech perfmce objectives
Tech perfmce objectives
Restoration procedures
Restoration procedures
Restoration procedures
Restoration procedures
Restoration procedures
Subscriber data
Subscriber data
Subscriber data
Subscriber data
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1995
Pub Mar 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Aug 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Nov 1996
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Oct 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Apr 1997
03.08
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.08
Subscriber data
Unpublished
03.08
03.08
03.08
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R97
R97
R97
TS 100 526
TS 100 526
TS 100 526
Subscriber data
Subscriber data
Subscriber data
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Nov 1998?
03.09
03.09
03.09
03.09
4.5.1
4.6.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 527
ETS 300 527 Ed2
GTS 03.09
GTS 03.09
Handover procedures
Handover procedures
Handover procedures
Handover procedures
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Sep 1996
Pub May1996
Pub Aug 1997
03.10
03.10
03.10
4.3.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 528
GTS 03.10
GTS 03.10
PLMN connection types
PLMN connection types
PLMN connection types
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1997
03.10
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.10
PLMN connection types
Pub Aug 1997
03.10
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.10
PLMN connection types
Pub Nov 1997
03.10
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.10
PLMN connection types
Pub Jan 1998
03.10
7.0.0
R98
TS 100 528
PLMN connection types
Unpublished
Page 6
ETSI Reference
RGTS/SMG010297QR1
RGTS/SMG010297QR2
DTS/SMG-010297Q7
DTS/SMG-010297Q7
DE/SMG-030301P
DGTS/SMG-030301Q
RGTS/SMG030301QR
DE/SMG-030302P
RE/SMG-030302P
RE/SMG-030302P
RE/SMG-030302PR2
RE/SMG-030302PR2
DGTS/SMG-030302Q
RGTS/SMG030302QR
RGTS/SMG030302QR1
RGTS/SMG030302QR1
DTS/SMG-120302Q6
DTS/SMG-120302Q6
DE/SMG-030303P
RE/SMG-030303P
DGTS/SMG-030303Q
DE/SMG-010303Q
DE/SMG-010303Q
RE/SMG-010303QR1
RE/SMG-010303QR1
DTS/SMG-030303Q6
DTS/SMG-030303Q6
DE/SMG-030304P
DGTS/SMG-030304Q
DTR/SMG-030305P
RTR/SMG-030305P
DTR/SMG-030305Q
DE/SMG-030307P
DGTS/SMG-030307Q
DGTS/SMG-030307Q
RTS/SMG-030307Q6
RTS/SMG-030307Q6
DE/SMG-030308P
RE/SMG-030308P
DGTS/SMG-030308Q
RGTS/SMG030308QR
RGTS/SMG030308QR1
DTS/SMG-030308Q6
DTS/SMG-030308Q6
RTS/SMG030308Q6R1
DE/SMG-030309P
RE/SMG-030309P
DGTS/SMG-030309Q
RGTS/SMG030309QR1
DE/SMG-040310P
DGTS/SMG-040310Q
RGTS/SMG040310QR
RGTS/SMG040310QR1
RGTS/SMG040310QR2
RGTS/SMG040310QR3
DTS/SMG-040310Q7
After
SMG #
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#7
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#7
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#18
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#9
SMG#12
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#7
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#10
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#10
SMG#18
SMG#18
SMG#21
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#12
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#22
SMG#8
SMG#16
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#27
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
03.11
03.11
03.11
03.11
03.11
03.11
03.12
03.12
03.13
03.13
03.14
03.14
03.15
03.15
03.15
4.10.0
4.10.1
4.8.1
4.9.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.4.2
5.0.0
4.0.4
5.0.0
4.1.1
5.0.0
4.3.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 529 Ed3
ETS 300 529 Ed3
ETS 300 529
ETS 300 529 Ed2
ETS 300 928
ETS 300 928
ETS 300 530
GTS 03.12
ETS 300 531
GTS 03.13
ETS 300 532
GTS 03.14
ETS 300 533
GTS 03.15
GTS 03.15
Tech realisation of SS
Tech realisation of SS
Tech realisation of SS
Tech realisation of SS
Tech realisation of SS
Tech realisation of SS
Location reg procedures
Location reg procedures
Discontinuous Rx DRX
Discontinuous Rx DRX
Support of DTMF
Support of DTMF
Tech realisation of ODB
Tech realisation of ODB
Tech realisation of ODB
UAP version
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Oct 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Apr 1997
03.15
03.16
03.16
03.16
03.16
03.16
03.16
03.16
6.0.0
4.1.0
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2.0
4.2.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 100 533
ETS 300 629
ETS 300 629
ETS 300 629
ETS 300 629 Ed2
ETS 300 629 Ed2
GTS 03.16
GTS 03.16
Tech realisation of ODB
Sub data management
Sub data management
Sub data management
Sub data management
Sub data management
Sub data management
Sub data management
Pub July 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub Jan 1996
UAP version
Pub Nov 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Apr 1997
03.16
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.16
Sub data management
Unpublished
03.16
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.16
Sub data management
Pub Aug 1998
03.16
03.16
03.16
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R97
R97
R97
TS 100 629
TS 100 629
TS 100 629
Sub data management
Sub data management
Sub data management
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Nov 1998?
03.18
03.18
03.18
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 043
TS 101 043
TS 101 043
Basic Call Handling
Basic Call Handling
Basic Call Handling
Unpublished
Pub Apr 1997
Pub Aug 1997
03.18
5.2.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 043
Basic Call Handling
Unpublished
03.18
5.3.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 043
Basic Call Handling
Pub Jan 1998
03.18
5.4.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 043
Basic Call Handling
Unpublished
03.18
5.5.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 043
Basic Call Handling
Pub July 1998
03.18
5.6.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 043
Basic Call Handling
Pub Nov 1998?
03.18
03.18
03.18
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R97
R97
R97
TS 101 043
TS 101 043
TS 101 043
Basic Call Handling
Basic Call Handling
Basic Call Handling
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Nov 1998?
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.20
03.22
03.22
03.22
03.22
03.22
03.22
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.4.0
4.4.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
5.2.1
6.0.0
6.0.1
4.10.0
4.11.0
4.8.1
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
ETS 300 534
ETS 300 534 Ed2
ETS 300 534 Ed2
ETS 300 534 Ed3
ETS 300 534 Ed3
ETS 300 929
ETS 300 929
ETS 300 929 Ed2
ETS 300 929 Ed2
ETS 300 929 Ed3
ETS 300 929 Ed3
TS 100 929
TS 100 929
ETS 300 535 Ed3
ETS 300 535 Ed4
ETS 300 535
ETS 300 535 Ed2
ETS 300 930
ETS 300 930
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
Security Net Functions
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
Pub Sep 1994
UAP version
Pub Sep 1996
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub May 1996
Pub Sep 1996
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Sep 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Page 7
ETSI Reference
RE/SMG-030311PR2
RE/SMG-030311PR2
DE/SMG-030311P
RE/SMG-030311P
DE/SMG-030311Q
DE/SMG-030311Q
DE/SMG-030312P
DGTS/SMG-030312Q
DE/SMG-030313P
DGTS/SMG-030313Q
DE/SMG-030314P
DGTS/SMG-030314Q
DE/SMG-030315P
DGTS/SMG-030315Q
RGTS/SMG030315QR
DTS/SMG-030315Q6
DE/SMG-030316P
DE/SMG-030316P
DE/SMG-030316P
RE/SMG-030316P
RE/SMG-030316P
DGTS/SMG-030316Q
RGTS/SMG030316QR
RGTS/SMG030316QR
RGTS/SMG030316QR2
DTS/SMG-030316Q6
DTS/SMG-030316Q6
RTS/SMG030316Q6R1
DTS/SMG-030318Q
DTS/SMG-030318Q
RTS/SMG030318QR1
RTS/SMG030318QR2
RTS/SMG030318QR2
RTS/SMG030318QR3
RTS/SMG030318QR3
RTS/SMG030318QR4
RTS/SMG-030318Q6
RTS/SMG-030318Q6
RTS/SMG030318Q6R1
DE/SMG-030320P
RE/SMG-030320P
RE/SMG-030320P
RE/SMG-030320PR
RE/SMG-030320PR
DE/SMG-030320Q
DE/SMG-030320Q
RE/SMG-030320QR
RE/SMG-030320QR
RE/SMG-030320QR1
RE/SMG-030320QR1
DTS/SMG-030320Q6
DTS/SMG-030320Q6
RE/SMG-030322PR2
RE/SMG-030322PR3
DE/SMG-030322P
RE/SMG-030322P
DE/SMG-030322Q
DE/SMG-030322Q
After
SMG #
SMG#18
SMG#18
SMG#12
SMG#14
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#8
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#17
SMG#10
SMG#20
SMG#10
SMG#16
SMG#21
SMG#26
SMG#14
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#18
SMG#18
SMG#18
SMG#21
SMG#23
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#10
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#12
SMG#14
SMG#20
SMG#20
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
03.22
03.22
03.22
03.22
03.22
03.22
03.22
03.26
03.26
03.26
03.26
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
6.0.0
6.1.0D
4.0.0
4.1.0
4.2.0
4.3.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase2
Phase2
ETS 300 930 Ed2
ETS 300 930 Ed2
ETS 300 930 Ed3
ETS 300 930 Ed3
ETS 300 930 Ed4
TS 100 930
TS 100 930
TC-TR 005
TC-TR 005
TC-TR 005
TR 101 266
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
MS in idle mode
Multiband by 1 operator
Multiband by 1 operator
Multiband by 1 operator
Multiband by 1 operator
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
OAP version
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub May 1996
Unpublished
Pub Apr 1998
03.26
03.26
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
ETR 366
ETR 366 Ed2
Multiband by 1 operator
Multiband by 1 operator
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Aug 1997
03.26
5.2.0
Phase 2+
ETR 366 Ed2
Multiband by 1 operator
Pub?
03.30
03.30
4.2.0
4.3.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETR 103
ETR 103 Ed2
Radio Net Planning Aspts
Radio Net Planning Aspts
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Feb 1995
03.30
03.30
03.30
03.31
03.32
03.32
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2/2+
R97
R97
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETR 364
TR 101 362
TR 101 362
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 109
TS 101 109
Radio Net Planning Aspts
Radio Net Planning Aspts
Radio Net Planning Aspts
Fraud Info Gat FIGS Stg 2
Geo Area Discription
Geo Area Discription
Pub Nov 1996
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub Nov 1997
Pub July 1998
03.32
5.2.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 109
Geo Area Discription
Pub Oct 1998
03.33
1.0.0
R98
TS 101 xxx
Lawful intercept Stage 2
Draft
03.34
03.34
03.34
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 038
TS 101 038
TS 101 038
HSCSD Stage 2
HSCSD Stage 2
HSCSD Stage 2
Unpublished
Pub Apr 1997
Pub July 1998
03.35
03.38
03.38
03.38
2.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 xxx
ETS 300 628
GTS 03.38
GTS 03.38
Fraud Info Gat FIGS Stg 2
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Draft
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
03.38
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.38
Alphabets & Language
Pub May 1996
03.38
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.38
Alphabets & Language
Pub July 1996
03.38
03.38
03.38
03.38
03.38
03.38
03.38
03.38
03.38
03.39
03.39
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.6.1
6.0.0
6.0.1
7.0.0
4.0.0
5.0.0
4.10.0
4.11.0
4.12.0
4.13.0
4.9.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 900
ETS 300 900
ETS 300 900 Ed2
ETS 300 900 Ed2
ETS 300 900 Ed3
ETS 300 900 Ed3
TS 100 900
TS 100 900
TS 100 900
ETR 243
ETR 365
ETS 300 536 Am1
ETS 300 536 Ed2
ETS 300 536 Ed3
ETS 300 536 Ed4
ETS 300 536
GTS 03.40
GTS 03.40
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Alphabets & Language
Inter proto SMSCs-SMEs
Inter proto SMSCs-SMEs
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub Nov 1995
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Mar 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Oct 1996
Pub Oct 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
03.40
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.40
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Pub May 1996
03.40
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.40
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Pub July 1996
03.40
03.40
03.40
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 901
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
ETS 300 901
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
ETS 300 901 Ed2 Tech realisa of SMS PtP
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Page 8
ETSI Reference
RE/SMG-030322QR
RE/SMG-030322QR
RE/SMG-030322QR1
RE/SMG-030322QR1
RE/SMG-030322QR2
DTS/SMG-030322Q6
DTS/SMG-030322Q6
DTR/SMG-030326P
DTR/SMG-030326P
DTR/SMG-030326P
DTR/SMG020326PR2
DTR/SMG-030326Q
RTR/SMG020326QR1
RTR/SMG020326QR1
DTR/SMG-020330P
RTR/SMG-020330Q1
DTR/SMG-020330Q
DTR/SMG-020330Q6
DTR/SMG-020330Q6
DTS/SMG-100331Q
DTS/SMG-030332Q
DTS/SMG030332QR1
RTS/SMG030332QR2
DTS/SMG-100333Q
DTS/SMG-030334Q
DTS/SMG-030334Q
RTS/SMG030334QR1
DTS/SMG-100335Q7
DE/SMG-040338P
DGTS/SMG-040338Q
RGTS/SMG040338QR
RGTS/SMG040338QR1
RGTS/SMG040338QR2
DE/SMG-040338QR3
DE/SMG-040338QR3
RE/SMG-040338QR4
RE/SMG-040338QR4
RE/SMG-040338QR5
RE/SMG-040338QR5
DTS/SMG-040338Q6
DTS/SMG-040338Q6
DTS/SMG-040338Q7
DTR/SMG-040339P
DTR/SMG-040339Q
RE/SMG-040340P
RE/SMG-040340PR2
RE/SMG-040340PR3
RE/SMG-040340PR4
DE/SMG-040340P
DGTS/SMG-040340Q
RGTS/SMG040340QR
RGTS/SMG040340QR1
RGTS/SMG040340QR2
DE/SMG-040340QR3
DE/SMG-040340QR3
RE/SMG-040340QR4
After
SMG #
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#15
SMG#18
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#7
SMG#13
SMG#20
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#23
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#27
?
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#10
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#16
SMG#20
SMG#
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#18
SMG#11
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.40
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
5.7.1
5.8.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.1.0D
6.2.0D
7.0.0
7.1.0
4.10.0
4.11.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
R97
R98
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 901 Ed2
ETS 300 901 Ed3
ETS 300 901 Ed3
ETS 300 901 Ed4
ETS 300 901 Ed4
ETS 300 901 Ed5
TS 100 901
TS 100 901
ETS 300 901 Ed4
ETS 300 901 Ed4
TS 100 901
TS 100 901
ETS 300 537
ETS 300 537 Ed2
GTS 03.41
GTS 03.41
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMS PtP
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub June 1995
Pub May 1996
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
03.41
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.41
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Pub May 1996
03.41
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.41
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Pub July 1996
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.41
03.42
03.42
03.42
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
5.8.0
5.8.1
5.9.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 902
ETS 300 902
ETS 300 902 Ed2
ETS 300 902 Ed2
ETS 300 902 Ed3
ETS 300 902 Ed3
ETS 300 902 Ed4
ETS 300 902 Ed4
ETS 300 902 Ed4
ETS 300 902 Ed5
TS 100 902
TS 100 902
TS 101 032
TS 101 032
TS 101 032
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Tech realisa of SMSCB
Compression algo SMS
Compression algo SMS
Compression algo SMS
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub June 1998 ?
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Mar 1997
Pub Aug 1997
Pub Nov 1997
03.42
7.0.0
R98
TS 101 032
Compression algo SMS
Unpublished
03.43
03.43
03.44
03.44
03.45
03.45
03.45
03.45
03.45
03.45
03.45
03.45
03.46
03.46
03.47
03.47
03.47
4.1.2
5.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
4.4.2
4.5.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
5.2.1
4.1.2
5.0.0
4.2.0
4.3.1
4.4.0
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETR 104
ETR 352
ETR 105
ETR 353
ETS 300 538
ETS 300 538 Ed2
ETS 300 931
ETS 300 931
ETS 300 931 Ed2
ETS 300 931 Ed2
ETS 300 931 Ed3
ETS 300 931 Ed3
ETS 300 539
GTS 03.46
ETR 106
ETR 106 Ed 2
ETR 106 Ed 3
Support of videotext
Support of videotext
Support of teletext
Support of teletext
Fax Group 3 transparent
Fax Group 3 transparent
Fax Group 3 transparent
Fax Group 3 transparent
Fax Group 3 transparent
Fax Group 3 transparent
Fax Group 3 transparent
Fax Group 3 transparent
Fax Gp 3 non-transparent
Fax Gp 3 non-transparent
Int conn e.g CS & MSC
Int conn e.g CS & MSC
Int conn e.g CS & MSC
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Oct 1994
Pub Sep 1995
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Feb 1995
Pub May 1996
03.47
03.48
03.48
03.48
5.0.0
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
ETR 354
TS 101 181
TS 101 181
TS 101 181
Int conn e.g CS & MSC
Tool Kit Security Stage 2
Tool Kit Security Stage 2
Tool Kit Security Stage 2
Pub Nov 1996
Unpublished
Pub Apr 1998
Pub July 1998
03.49
03.49
03.49
4.2.0
4.5.0
4.6.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETR 107
ETR 107 Ed2
ETR 107 Ed3
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Apr 1995
Pub Nov 1995
03.49
03.49
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 03.49
GTS 03.49
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Page 9
ETSI Reference
RE/SMG-040340QR4
RE/SMG-040340QR5
RE/SMG-040340QR5
RE/SMG-040340QR6
RE/SMG-040340QR6
RE/SMG-040340QR7
DTS/SMG-040340Q6
DTS/SMG-040340Q6
RE/SMG-040340QR6
RE/SMG-040340QR6
DTS/SMG-040340Q7
DTS/SMG-040340Q7
DE/SMG-040341P
RE/SMG-040341P
DGTS/SMG-040341Q
RGTS/SMG040341QR
RGTS/SMG040341QR1
RGTS/SMG040341QR2
DE/SMG-040341QR3
DE/SMG-040341QR3
RE/SMG-040341QR4
RE/SMG-040341QR4
RE/SMG-040341QR5
RE/SMG-040341QR5
RE/SMG-040341QR6
RE/SMG-040341QR6
RE/SMG-040341QR6
RE/SMG-040341QR7
DTS/SMG-040341Q6
DTS/SMG-040341Q6
DTS/SMG-040342Q
RTS/SMG-040342QR
RTS/SMG040342QR1
RTS/SMG040342QR1
DTR/SMG-040343P
DTR/SMG-040343Q
DTR/SMG-040344P
DTR/SMG-040344Q
DE/SMG-040345P
RE/SMG-040345P
DE/SMG-040345Q
DE/SMG-040345Q
RE/SMG-040345QR
RE/SMG-040345QR
RE/SMG-040345QR1
RE/SMG-040345QR1
DE/SMG-040346P
DGTS/SMG-040346Q
DTR/SMG-040347P
RTR/SMG-040347P
RTR/SMG040347PR2
DTR/SMG-040347Q
DTS/SMG-090348Q6
DTS/SMG-090348Q6
RTS/SMG090348Q6R1
DTR/SMG-040349P
RTR/SMG-040349P
RTR/SMG040349PR2
DGTS/SMG-040349Q
RGTS/SMG040349QR
After
SMG #
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#13
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#26
SMG#7
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#20
SMG#11
SMG#14
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#11
SMG#20
SMG#8
SMG#
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#8
SMG#13
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#18
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
03.49
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.49
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Pub July 1996
03.49
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.49
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Pub Nov 1996
03.49
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.49
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Pub Apr 1997
03.49
5.5.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.49
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Pub Aug 1997
03.49
5.6.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.49
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Unpublished
03.49
5.7.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.49
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Pub July 1998
03.49
03.49
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.50
03.53
03.54
03.54
03.54
6.0.0
6.1.0
4.1.2
4.2.0
4.3.0
4.3.1
4.4.0
4.4.1
4.5.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 368
TS 101 368
ETS 300 540
ETS 300 540 Ed2
ETS 300 540 Ed3
ETS 300 540 Ed3
ETS 300 540 Ed4
ETS 300 540 Ed4
ETS 300 540 Ed5
GTS 03.50
ETS 300 903
ETS 300 903
ETS 300 903 Ed2
ETS 300 903
ETS 300 903 Ed2
ETS 300 903 Ed3
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 252
TS 101 252
TS 101 252
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Int conn e.g CBC & BSC
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
Trans planning Aspects
TFO Stage 2
Shared IWF (SIWF)
Shared IWF (SIWF)
Shared IWF (SIWF)
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Jan 1996
OAP version
Pub June 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
OAP version
Pub Sep 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1998
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub July 1997
Pub Nov 1997
Pub Jan 1998
03.56
1.0.0
R98
TS 101 xxx
CTS Stage 2
Draft
RGTS/SMG040349QR1
RGTS/SMG040349QR2
RGTS/SMG040349QR3
RGTS/SMG040349QR4
RGTS/SMG040349QR5
RGTS/SMG040349QR5
DTS/SMG-040349Q6
DTS/SMG-040349Q6
DE/SMG-020350P
RE/SMG-020350P
RE/SMG-020350PR1
RE/SMG-020350PR1
RE/SMG-110350PR2
RE/SMG-110350PR2
RE/SMG-110350PR3
DGTS/SMG-020350Q
DE/SMG-020350Q
DE/SMG-020350Q
RE/SMG-110350QR1
DE/SMG-020350Q
RE/SMG-110350QR1
RE/SMG-110350QR2
DTS/SMG-030353Q7
DTS/SMG-040354Q
RTS/SMG-040354QR
RTS/SMG040354QR1
DTS/SMG-120356Q7
03.57
1.0.1
R98
TS 101 xxx
MExE Stage 2
Draft
DTS/SMG-040357Q
03.58
03.58
03.58
03.60
03.60
03.60
03.60
03.60
03.60
03.60
03.61
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.1.1
6.2.0
0.7.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
R97
Phase 2+
TR 101 110
TR 101 110
TR 101 110
EN 301 344
EN 301 344
EN 301 344
EN 301 344
EN 301 344
EN 301 344
EN 301 344
EN 301 xxx
Handsfree MS test
Handsfree MS test
Handsfree MS test
GPRS Stage 2
GPRS Stage 2
GPRS Stage 2
GPRS Stage 2
GPRS Stage 2
GPRS Stage 2
GPRS Stage 2
GPRS PTM-M Stage 2
Pub Nov 1997
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
PE version
Unpublished
Draft
DTR/SMG-110358Q
RTR/SMG-110358Q
RTR/SMG-110358Q6
DEN/SMG-030360Q6
DEN/SMG-030360Q6
DEN/SMG-030360Q6
DEN/SMG-030360Q6
DEN/SMG-030360Q6
DEN/SMG-030360Q6
DEN/SMG-030360Q6
DEN/SMG-040361Q6
03.63
03.63
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 03.63
GTS 03.63
PDS Stage 2
PDS Stage 2
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
03.64
03.64
03.64
03.64
03.64
03.64
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
6.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
EN 301 350
EN 301 350
EN 301 350
TS 101 350
TS 101 350
TS 101 350
GPRS Radio Int Stage 2
GPRS Radio Int Stage 2
GPRS Radio Int Stage 2
GPRS Radio Int Stage 2
GPRS Radio Int Stage 2
GPRS Radio Int Stage 2
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Oct 1998
03.67
03.67
03.67
03.68
03.68
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 03.67
ETS 300 932
ETS 300 932
GTS 03.68
GTS 03.68
eMLPP Stage 2
eMLPP Stage 2
eMLPP Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
Pub Jan 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
03.68
03.68
03.68
03.68
03.68
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 933
ETS 300 933
ETS 300 933 Ed2
ETS 300 933 Ed2
ETS 300 933 Ed3
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
DGTS/SMG-030363Q
RGTS/SMG030363QR
DEN/SMG-030364Q6
DEN/SMG-030364Q6
DEN/SMG-030364Q6
DEN/SMG-020364Q6
DTS/SMG-020364Q6
RTS/SMG020364Q6R1
DGTS/SMG-030367Q
DE/SMG-030367QR
DE/SMG-030367QR
DGTS/SMG-030368Q
RGTS/SMG030368QR
DE/SMG-030368QR
DE/SMG-030368QR
RE/SMG-030368QR1
RE/SMG-030368QR1
RE/SMG-030368QR2
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SMG#26
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SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#25
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#22
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SMG#24
SMG#27
?
SMG#27
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SMG#20
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SMG#16
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#23
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
03.68
03.68
03.68
03.68
03.68
03.68
03.68
03.69
03.69
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
6.1.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 933 Ed3
ETS 300 933 Ed4
ETS 300 933 Ed4
ETS 300 933 Ed5
TS 100 933
TS 100 933
TS 100 933
GTS 03.69
GTS 03.69
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VGCS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
Pub Mar 1998
OAP version
Pub July 1998?
OAP version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.69
03.70
03.70
03.78
03.78
03.78
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
6.1.0
4.0.3
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 934
ETS 300 934
ETS 300 934 Ed2
ETS 300 934 Ed2
ETS 300 934 Ed3
ETS 300 934 Ed3
ETS 300 934 Ed4
ETS 300 934 Ed4
ETS 300 934 Ed5
TS 100 934
TS 100 934
TS 100 934
ETS 300 541
GTS 03.70
TS 101 044
TS 101 044
TS 101 044
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
VBS Stage 2
Routeing calls via PDN
Routeing calls via PDN
CAMEL Stage 2
CAMEL Stage 2
CAMEL Stage 2
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
OAP version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Nov 1996
Unpublished
Pub Apr 1997
Pub Aug 1997
03.78
5.2.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 044
CAMEL Stage 2
Pub Nov 1997
03.78
5.3.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 044
CAMEL Stage 2
Unpublished
03.78
5.3.1
Phase 2+
TS 101 044
CAMEL Stage 2
Unpublished
03.78
5.3.2
Phase 2+
TS 101 044
CAMEL Stage 2
Pub Jan 1998
03.78
5.4.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 044
CAMEL Stage 2
Unpublished
03.78
5.5.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 044
CAMEL Stage 2
Pub July 1998
03.78
5.6.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 044
CAMEL Stage 2
Pub Nov 1998?
03.78
03.78
03.78
03.78
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.1.1
6.2.0
R97
R97
R97
R97
TS 101 441
TS 101 441
TS 101 441
TS 101 441
CAMEL phase2, Stage 2
CAMEL phase2, Stage 2
CAMEL phase2, Stage 2
CAMEL phase2, Stage 2
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Nov 1998?
03.79
03.79
03.79
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 045
TS 101 045
TS 101 045
SOR
SOR
SOR
Unpublished
Pub Apr 1997
Pub Aug 1997
03.79
5.2.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 045
SOR
Pub Jan 1998
03.79
5.3.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 045
SOR
Unpublished
03.79
5.4.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 045
SOR
Pub Nov 1998?
03.81
03.81
03.81
03.81
03.81
03.81
03.81
4.5.1
4.6.0
4.6.1
4.7.0
4.8.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 542
ETS 300 542 Ed2
ETS 300 542 Ed2
ETS 300 542 Ed3
ETS 300 542 Ed3
GTS 03.81
GTS 03.81
Line Identity SS stage 2
Line Identity SS stage 2
Line Identity SS stage 2
Line Identity SS stage 2
Line Identity SS stage 2
Line Identity SS stage 2
Line Identity SS stage 2
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub Mar 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Apr 1998
03.81
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 03.81
Line Identity SS stage 2
Pub Aug 1998
03.82
03.82
03.82
4.7.1
4.8.0
4.8.1
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETS 300 543
Call Forwarding SS stg 2
ETS 300 543 Ed2 Call Forwarding SS stg 2
ETS 300 543 Ed2 Call Forwarding SS stg 2
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Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub Jan 1997
ETSI Reference
RE/SMG-030368QR2
RE/SMG-030368QR3
RE/SMG-030368QR3
RE/SMG-030368QR4
DTS/SMG-030368Q6
DTS/SMG-030368Q6
DTS/SMG-030368Q6
DGTS/SMG-030369Q
RGTS/SMG030369QR
DE/SMG-030369QR
DE/SMG-030369QR
RE/SMG-030369QR1
RE/SMG-030369QR1
RE/SMG-030369QR2
RE/SMG-030369QR2
RE/SMG-030369QR3
RE/SMG-030369QR3
RE/SMG-030369QR4
DTS/SMG-030369Q6
DTS/SMG-030369Q6
DTS/SMG-030369Q6
DE/SMG-040370P
DGTS/SMG-040370Q
DTS/SMG-030378Q
DTS/SMG-030378Q
RTS/SMG030378QR1
RTS/SMG030378QR2
RTS/SMG030378QR3
RTS/SMG030378QR3
RTS/SMG030378QR3
RTS/SMG030378QR4
RTS/SMG030378QR4
RTS/SMG030378QR5
RTS/SMG-030378Q6
RTS/SMG-030378Q6
RTS/SMG-030378Q6
RTS/SMG030378Q6R1
DTS/SMG-030379Q
DTS/SMG-030379Q
RTS/SMG030379QR1
RTS/SMG030379QR2
RTS/SMG030379QR3
RTS/SMG030379QR3
DE/SMG-030381P
RE/SMG-030381P
RE/SMG-030381P
RE/SMG-030381PR1
RE/SMG-030381PR1
DGTS/SMG-030381Q
RGTS/SMG030381QR1
RGTS/SMG030381QR2
DE/SMG-030382P
RE/SMG-030382P
RE/SMG-030382P
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List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
03.82
03.83
03.83
03.84
03.84
03.85
03.85
03.85
03.85
03.86
03.86
03.86
03.88
03.88
03.90
03.90
03.90
03.90
03.91
03.91
5.0.0
4.4.1
5.0.0
4.4.1
5.0.0
4.1.2
4.2.0
4.2.1
5.0.0
4.6.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.6.1
5.0.0
4.0.3
4.1.0
4.1.1
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 03.82
ETS 300 544
GTS 03.83
ETS 300 545
GTS 03.84
ETS 300 546
ETS 300 546 Ed2
ETS 300 546 Ed2
GTS 03.85
ETS 300 547
ETS 300 935
ETS 300 935
ETS 300 548
GTS 03.88
ETS 300 549
ETS 300 549 Ed2
ETS 300 549 Ed2
GTS 03.90
GTS 03.91
GTS 03.91
Call Forwarding SS stg 2
CW & HOLD SS stg 2
CW & HOLD SS stg 2
MultiParty SS stage 2
MultiParty SS stage 2
CUG SS stage 2
CUG SS stage 2
CUG SS stage 2
CUG SS stage 2
Advice of Charge SS stg 2
Advice of Charge SS stg 2
Advice of Charge SS stg 2
Call Barring SS stage 2
Call Barring SS stage 2
USSD stage 2
USSD stage 2
USSD stage 2
USSD stage 2
ECT stage 2
ECT stage 2
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Unpublished
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub Aug 1996
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
03.91
5.0.2
Phase 2+
GTS 03.91
ECT stage 2
Pub July 1996
03.93
03.93
03.93
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R97
R97
R97
TS 101 283
TS 101 283
TS 101 283
CCBS stage 2
CCBS stage 2
CCBS stage 2
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Oct 1998
03.96
03.96
03.96
04.01
04.01
04.02
04.02
04.03
04.03
04.03
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
4.0.4
5.0.0
4.0.4
5.0.0
4.1.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 395
TS 101 395
TS 101 395
ETS 300 550
GTS 04.01
ETS 300 551
GTS 04.02
ETS 300 552
GTS 04.03
GTS 04.03
CNAP stage 2
CNAP stage 2
CNAP stage 2
MS-BSS inter Gen & prcpl
MS-BSS inter Gen & prcpl
PLMN Access ref con
PLMN Access ref con
MS-BSS Interface Ch Acc cap
MS-BSS Interface Ch Acc cap
MS-BSS Interface Ch Acc cap
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
Pub Apr 1997
04.03
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 04.03
MS-BSS Interface Ch Acc cap
Pub Aug 1997
04.03
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 04.03
MS-BSS Interface Ch Acc cap
Unpublished
04.03
04.04
04.04
04.04
04.04
04.04
04.05
04.05
04.05
04.06
04.06
04.06
04.06
04.06
04.06
04.06
04.07
04.07
04.07
6.0.0
4.0.4
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
6.0.0
4.0.3
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.4.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
5.2.1
4.3.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 100 552
ETS 300 553
ETS 300 936
ETS 300 936
ETS 300 936 Ed2
TS 100 936
ETS 300 554
ETS 300 937
ETS 300 937
ETS 300 555
ETS 300 938
ETS 300 938
ETS 300 938 Ed2
ETS 300 938 Ed2
ETS 300 938 Ed3
ETS 300 938 Ed3
ETS 300 556
GTS 04.07
GTS 04.07
MS-BSS Interface Ch Acc cap
Layer 1 Gen requirements
Layer 1 Gen requirements
Layer 1 Gen requirements
Layer 1 Gen requirements
Layer 1 Gen requirements
DL Layer Gen aspects
DL Layer Gen aspects
DL Layer Gen aspects
MS-BSS DL Layer
MS-BSS DL Layer
MS-BSS DL Layer
MS-BSS DL Layer
MS-BSS DL Layer
MS-BSS DL Layer
MS-BSS DL Layer
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Sep 1994
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Sep 1994
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Pub Sep 1994
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
04.07
04.07
04.07
04.07
04.07
04.07
04.07
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
ETS 300 939
ETS 300 939
ETS 300 939 Ed2
ETS 300 939 Ed2
ETS 300 939 Ed3
TS 100 939
TS 100 939
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
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DGTS/SMG-030382Q
DE/SMG-030383P
DGTS/SMG-030383Q
DE/SMG-030384P
DGTS/SMG-030384Q
DE/SMG-030385P
RE/SMG-030385P
RE/SMG-030385P
DGTS/SMG-030385Q
DE/SMG-030386P
DE/SMG-030386Q
DE/SMG-030386Q
DE/SMG-030388P
DGTS/SMG-030388Q
DE/SMG-030390P
RE/SMG-030390P
RE/SMG-030390P
DGTS/SMG-030390Q
DGTS/SMG-030391Q
RGTS/SMG030391QR
RGTS/SMG030391QR1
DTS/SMG-030393Q6
DTS/SMG-030393Q6
RTS/SMG030393Q6R1
DTS/SMG-030396Q6
DTS/SMG-030396Q6
DTS/SMG-030396Q6
DE/SMG-030401P
DGTS/SMG-030401Q
DE/SMG-030402P
DGTS/SMG-030402Q
DE/SMG-030403P
DGTS/SMG-030403Q
RGTS/SMG030403QR
RGTS/SMG030403QR1
RGTS/SMG030403QR1
DTS/SMG-030403Q6
DE/SMG-030404P
DE/SMG-030404Q
DE/SMG-030404Q
RE/SMG-030404QR1
DTS/SMG-030404Q6
DE/SMG-030405P
DE/SMG-030405Q
DE/SMG-030405Q
DE/SMG-030406P
DE/SMG-030406Q
DE/SMG-030406Q
RE/SMG-030406QR
RE/SMG-030406QR
RE/SMG-030406QR1
RE/SMG-030406QR1
DE/SMG-030407P
DGTS/SMG-030407Q
RGTS/SMG030407QR
DE/SMG-030407QR
DE/SMG-030407QR
RE/SMG-030407QR1
RE/SMG-030407QR1
RE/SMG-030407QR1
DTS/SMG-030407Q6
DTS/SMG-030407Q6
After
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SMG#20
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List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
After
SMG #
SMG#27
04.07
6.2.0
R97
TS 100 939
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Unpublished
04.07
6.2.1
R97
TS 100 939
Mob Radio int sig L3 Gen
Pub Nov 1998?
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
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4.10.0
4.11.0
4.12.0
4.13.0
4.14.0
4.15.0
4.16.0
4.16.1
4.17.0
4.17.1
4.18.0
4.19.0
4.19.1
4.19.2
4.20.0
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Pub Mar 1998
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Oct 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Sep 1996
Pub Oct 1996
UAP version
Pub Jan 1997
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
Unpublished
04.08
4.21.0
Phase 2
Mob Radio Interface L3
OAP version
RE/SMG-030408PR9 SMG#24
04.08
4.21.1
Phase 2
Mob Radio Interface L3
Pub June 1998
RE/SMG-030408PR9 SMG#24
04.08
4.22.0
Phase 2
Mob Radio Interface L3
OAP version
RE/SMG-030408PRA SMG#25
04.08
4.22.1
Phase 2
Mob Radio Interface L3
Pub Oct 1998
RE/SMG-030408PRA SMG#25
04.08
04.08
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
I-ETS 300 022-1
ETS 300 557
ETS 300 557 Ed2
ETS 300 557 Ed3
ETS 300 557 Ed4
ETS 300 557 Ed5
ETS 300 557 Ed6
ETS 300 557 Ed7
ETS 300 557 Ed7
ETS 300 557 Ed8
ETS 300 557 Ed8
ETS 300 557 Ed9
ETS 300 557 Ed9
ETS 300 557 Ed9
ETS 300 557 Ed9
ETS 300 557
Ed10
ETS 300 557
Ed10
ETS 300 557
Ed10
ETS 300 557
Ed11
ETS 300 557
Ed11
GTS 04.08
GTS 04.08
RTS/SMG030407Q6R1
RTS/SMG030407Q6R1
DI/SMG-030408-1R1
DE/SMG-030408P
RE/SMG-030408P
RE/SMG-030408PR2
RE/SMG-030408PR3
RE/SMG-030408PR4
RE/SMG-030408PR5
RE/SMG-030408PR6
RE/SMG-030408PR6
RE/SMG-030408PR7
RE/SMG-030408PR7
RE/SMG-030408PR8
RE/SMG-030408PR8
RE/SMG-030408PR8
RE/SMG-030408PR8
RE/SMG-030408PR9
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
04.08
04.08
5.10.0
5.2.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 940 Ed4 Mob Radio Interface L3
GTS 04.08
Mob Radio Interface L3
OAP version
Unpublished
04.08
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 04.08
Mob Radio Interface L3
Pub July 1996
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.08
04.10
04.10
04.10
04.10
04.10
04.10
04.10
04.10
04.10
04.10
04.11
04.11
04.11
04.11
04.11
04.11
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.7.0
5.8.0
5.9.0
5.9.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.1.1
6.2.0D
4.10.0
4.10.1
4.5.0
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
6.0.0
6.0.1
4.10.0
4.7.2
4.8.0
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 940
ETS 300 940
ETS 300 940 Ed2
ETS 300 940 Ed2
ETS 300 940 Ed2
ETS 300 940 Ed2
ETS 300 940 Ed2
ETS 300 940 Ed3
ETS 300 940 Ed3
ETS 300 940 Ed3
ETS 300 940 Ed3
TS 100 940
TS 100 940
TS 100 940
TS 100 940
ETS 300 558 Ed2
ETS 300 558 Ed2
ETS 300 558
ETS 300 558
ETS 300 558
ETS 300 558 Am1
ETS 300 941
ETS 300 941
TS 100 941
TS 100 941
ETS 300 559 Ed4
ETS 300 559
ETS 300 559 Ed2
ETS 300 559 Ed3
GTS 04.11
GTS 04.11
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Interface L3 SS
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Feb 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
UAP version
Pub Aug 1996
PE version
Vote version
Pub Feb 1995
Pub July 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1996
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Oct 1995
Pub May 1996
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
04.11
5.1.1
Phase 2+
ETS 300 942
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
UAP version
DGTS/SMG-030408Q
RGTS/SMG030408QR
RE/SMG-020408QR6
RGTS/SMG030408QR1
RGTS/SMG030408QR2
DE/SMG-030408QR3
DE/SMG-030408QR3
RE/SMG-030408QR4
RE/SMG-030408QR4
RE/SMG-030408QR4
RE/SMG-030408QR4
RE/SMG-030408QR4
RE/SMG-030408QR5
RE/SMG-030408QR5
RE/SMG-030408QR5
RE/SMG-030408QR5
DTS/SMG-020408Q6
DTS/SMG-020408Q6
DTS/SMG-020408Q6
DTS/SMG-020408Q6
RE/SMG-030410PR2
RE/SMG-030410PR2
DE/SMG-030410P
DE/SMG-030410P
DE/SMG-030410P
RE/SMG-030410P
DE/SMG-030410Q
DE/SMG-030410Q
DTS/SMG-030410Q6
DTS/SMG-030410Q6
RE/SMG-030411PR3
DE/SMG-030411P
RE/SMG-030411P
RE/SMG-030411PR2
DGTS/SMG-030411Q
RGTS/SMG030411QR
DE/SMG-030411QR
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SMG#27
SMG#21
SMG#12
SMG#14
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#26
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#
SMG#
SMG#11
SMG#13
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#17
SMG#12
SMG#14
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#20
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
04.11
04.11
04.11
04.11
04.11
04.12
04.12
04.12
04.12
04.12
04.12
04.13
04.13
04.13
04.13
04.13
04.13
04.13
04.13
04.14
04.14
5.1.2
5.2.0
5.2.1
6.0.0
6.0.1
4.4.1
4.5.0
4.6.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
4.0.2
4.1.0
4.2.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 942
ETS 300 942 Ed2
ETS 300 942 Ed2
TS 100 942
TS 100 942
ETS 300 560
ETS 300 560 Ed2
ETS 300 560 Ed3
GTS 04.12
ETS 300 943
ETS 300 943
ETS 300 561
ETS 300 561 Ed2
ETS 300 561 Ed3
GTS 04.13
ETS 300 944
ETS 300 944
ETS 300 944 Ed2
ETS 300 944 Ed2
TS 101 293
TS 101 293
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMS PtP
Mob Radio Int SMSCB
Mob Radio Int SMSCB
Mob Radio Int SMSCB
Mob Radio Int SMSCB
Mob Radio Int SMSCB
Mob Radio Int SMSCB
Perf req on Mob rad inter
Perf req on Mob rad inter
Perf req on Mob rad inter
Perf req on Mob rad inter
Perf req on Mob rad inter
Perf req on Mob rad inter
Perf req on Mob rad inter
Perf req on Mob rad inter
Individual MS Test Req
Individual MS Test Req
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998?
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub July 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub May 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
Pub July 1998
Pub Oct 1998
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.21
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
04.22
4.4.1
4.5.0
4.6.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
7.0.0
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.5.0
4.5.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
ETS 300 562
ETS 300 562 Ed2
ETS 300 562 Ed3
ETS 300 945
ETS 300 945
ETS 300 945
ETS 300 945 Ed2
ETS 300 945 Ed2
ETS 300 945 Ed3
ETS 300 945 Ed3
ETS 300 945 Ed4
ETS 300 945 Ed4
ETS 300 945 Ed5
ETS 300 945 Ed5
ETS 300 945 Ed6
ETS 300 945 Ed6
TS 100 945
ETS 300 563
ETS 300 563 Am1
ETS 300 563 Ed2
ETS 300 563 Ed2
GTS 04.22
ETS 300 946
ETS 300 946
ETS 300 946 Ed2
ETS 300 946 Ed2
ETS 300 946 Ed3
ETS 300 946 Ed3
ETS 300 946 Ed4
ETS 300 946 Ed4
ETS 300 946 Ed5
ETS 300 946 Ed5
TS 100 946
TS 100 946
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
Rate Adpt MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
RLP for Data on MS-BSS
Pub Oct 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Sep 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
OAP version
Pub July 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Pub Jan 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Pub July 1998
Pub Nov 1998?
04.53
1.0.0
R98
TS 101 xxx
TFO Stage 3
Draft
DE/SMG-030411QR
RE/SMG-030411QR1
RE/SMG-030411QR1
DTS/SMG-030411Q6
DTS/SMG-030411Q6
DE/SMG-030412P
RE/SMG-030412P
RE/SMG-030412PR2
DGTS/SMG-030412Q
DE/SMG-030412Q
DE/SMG-030412Q
DE/SMG-030413P
RE/SMG-030413P
RE/SMG-030413PR2
DGTS/SMG-030413Q
DE/SMG-030413Q
DE/SMG-030413Q
RE/SMG-030413QR
RE/SMG-030413QR
DTS/SMG-070414Q
RTS/SMG020414QR1
DE/SMG-040421P
RE/SMG-040421P
RE/SMG-040421PR2
DE/SMG-040421Q
DE/SMG-040421Q
RE/SMG-040421QR
RE/SMG-040421QR
RE/SMG-040421QR
RE/SMG-040421QR1
RE/SMG-040421QR1
RE/SMG-040421QR2
RE/SMG-040421QR2
RE/SMG-040421QR3
RE/SMG-040421QR3
RE/SMG-040421QR4
RE/SMG-040421QR4
DTS/SMG-040421Q7
DE/SMG-040422P
RE/SMG-040422P
RE/SMG-040422PR1
RE/SMG-040422PR1
DGTS/SMG-040422Q
DE/SMG-040422Q
DE/SMG-040422Q
RE/SMG-040422QR1
RE/SMG-040422QR1
RE/SMG-040422QR2
RE/SMG-040422QR2
RE/SMG-040422QR3
RE/SMG-040422QR3
RE/SMG-040422QR4
RE/SMG-040422QR4
DTS/SMG-040422Q6
RTS/SMG040422Q6R1
DTS/SMG-110453Q
04.60
04.60
04.60
04.60
04.63
04.64
04.64
04.64
04.64
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
6.2.0D
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
R97
R97
R97
R97
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
TS 101 xxx
EN 301 349
EN 301 349
EN 301 349
GTS 04.63
EN 301 xxx
EN 301 xxx
EN 301 xxx
TS 101 351
GPRS RLC/MAC
GPRS RLC/MAC
GPRS RLC/MAC
GPRS RLC/MAC
PDS Stage 3
GPRS MS-SGSN LLC
GPRS MS-SGSN LLC
GPRS MS-SGSN LLC
GPRS MS-SGSN LLC
Unpublished
PE version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub May 1996
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
DTS/SMG-020460Q6
DEN/SMG-020460Q6
DEN/SMG-020460Q6
DEN/SMG-020460Q6
DGTS/SMG-030463Q
DEN/SMG-030464Q6
DEN/SMG-030464Q6
DEN/SMG-030464Q6
DTS/SMG-030464Q6
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After
SMG #
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#12
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#14
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#11
SMG#13
SMG#14
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#8
SMG#13
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#16
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#27
?
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#26
SMG#18
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
04.64
6.2.0
R97
TS 101 351
GPRS MS-SGSN LLC
Pub Nov 1998?
04.65
04.65
04.65
04.65
04.65
5.0.0
5.1.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
TS 101 297
TS 101 297
TS 101 297
TS 101 297
TS 101 297
GPRS MS-SGSN SNDCP
GPRS MS-SGSN SNDCP
GPRS MS-SGSN SNDCP
GPRS MS-SGSN SNDCP
GPRS MS-SGSN SNDCP
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Nov 1998?
04.67
04.67
04.68
04.68
04.68
04.68
04.69
04.69
04.69
04.72
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.1.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
1.0.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R98
ETS 300 947
ETS 300 947
GTS 04.68
ETS 300 948
ETS 300 948
ETS 300 948
ETS 300 949
ETS 300 949
ETS 300 949
TS 101 xxx
eMLPP Stage 3
eMLPP Stage 3
VGCS GCC
VGCS GCC
VGCS GCC
VGCS GCC
VBS BCC
VBS BCC
VBS BCC
Call deflection Stage 3
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Unpublished
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Pub?
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Pub?
Draft
RTS/SMG030464Q6R1
DEN/SMG-030465Q6
DEN/SMG-030465Q6
DEN/SMG-030465Q6
DTS/SMG-030465Q6
RTS/SMG030465Q6R1
DE/SMG-030467Q
DE/SMG-030467Q
DGTS/SMG-030468Q
DE/SMG-030468Q
DE/SMG-030468Q
RE/SMG-030468QR1
DE/SMG-030469Q
DE/SMG-030469Q
RE/SMG-030469QR1
DTS/SMG-030472Q
04.78
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.80
04.81
04.81
04.81
04.82
04.82
04.82
04.82
04.82
04.83
04.83
04.83
04.83
04.83
04.84
04.84
04.84
04.85
04.85
04.85
04.85
04.86
04.86
04.86
04.88
04.88
04.88
04.88
04.88
04.88
04.88
04.88
04.88
04.90
04.90
04.90
1.0.0
4.10.0
4.10.1
4.11.0
4.11.1
4.9.2
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
5.2.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
4.4.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.8.1
4.9.0
4.9.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.5.2
4.6.0
4.6.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.3.2
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.0.3
4.1.0
4.1.1
5.0.0
4.5.2
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.6.3
4.7.0
4.7.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
6.0.0
6.0.1
4.1.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
TS 101 xxx
ETS 300 564 Ed2
ETS 300 564 Ed2
ETS 300 564 Ed3
ETS 300 564 Ed3
ETS 300 564
GTS 04.80
ETS 300 950
ETS 300 950
ETS 300 950 Ed2
ETS 300 950 Ed2
ETS 300 950 Ed3
ETS 300 950 Ed3
TS 100 950
TS 100 950
ETS 300 565
ETS 300 951
ETS 300 951
ETS 300 566
ETS 300 566 Ed2
ETS 300 566 Ed2
ETS 300 952
ETS 300 952
ETS 300 567
ETS 300 567 Ed2
ETS 300 567 Ed2
ETS 300 953
ETS 300 953
ETS 300 568
ETS 300 954
ETS 300 954
ETS 300 569
ETS 300 569 Ed2
ETS 300 569 Ed2
GTS 04.85
ETS 300 570
ETS 300 955
ETS 300 955
ETS 300 571
ETS 300 571 Ed2
ETS 300 571 Ed2
ETS 300 956
ETS 300 956
ETS 300 956 Ed2
ETS 300 956 Ed2
TS 100 956
TS 100 956
ETS 300 572
ETS 300 957
ETS 300 957
CAMEL Stage 3
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
MRI L3 Formats & coding
Line Identity SS stage 3
Line Identity SS stage 3
Line Identity SS stage 3
Call Forwarding SS stg 3
Call Forwarding SS stg 3
Call Forwarding SS stg 3
Call Forwarding SS stg 3
Call Forwarding SS stg 3
CW & HOLD SS stg 3
CW & HOLD SS stg 3
CW & HOLD SS stg 3
CW & HOLD SS stg 3
CW & HOLD SS stg 3
MultiParty SS stage 3
MultiParty SS stage 3
MultiParty SS stage 3
CUG SS stage 3
CUG SS stage 3
CUG SS stage 3
CUG SS stage 3
Advice of Charge SS stg 3
Advice of Charge SS stg 3
Advice of Charge SS stg 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
Call Barring SS stage 3
USSD stage 3
USSD stage 3
USSD stage 3
Work stopped
UAP version
Pub Aug 1996
UAP version
Pub Aug 1996
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Aug 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub July 1998?
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub Aug 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub Aug 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub Aug 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Feb 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
DTS/SMG-030478Q
RE/SMG-030480P
RE/SMG-030480P
RE/SMG-030480PR2
RE/SMG-030480PR2
DE/SMG-030480P
DGTS/SMG-030480Q
DE/SMG-030480Q
DE/SMG-030480Q
RE/SMG-030480QR1
RE/SMG-030480QR1
RE/SMG-030480QR2
RE/SMG-030480QR2
DTS/SMG-030480Q6
DTS/SMG-030480Q6
DE/SMG-030481P
DE/SMG-030481Q
DE/SMG-030481Q
DE/SMG-030482P
RE/SMG-030482P
RE/SMG-030482P
DE/SMG-030482Q
DE/SMG-030482Q
DE/SMG-030483P
RE/SMG-030483P
RE/SMG-030483P
DE/SMG-030483Q
DE/SMG-030483Q
DE/SMG-030484P
DE/SMG-030484Q
DE/SMG-030484Q
DE/SMG-030485P
RE/SMG-030485P
RE/SMG-030485P
DGTS/SMG-030485Q
DE/SMG-030486P
DE/SMG-030486Q
DE/SMG-030486Q
DE/SMG-030488P
RE/SMG-030488P
RE/SMG-030488P
DE/SMG-030488Q
DE/SMG-030488Q
RE/SMG-030488QR1
RE/SMG-030488QR1
DTS/SMG-030488Q6
DTS/SMG-030488Q6
DE/SMG-030490P
DE/SMG-030490Q
DE/SMG-030490Q
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After
SMG #
SMG#27
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#27
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#27
SMG#27
?
SMG#23
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#12
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#12
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#12
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#9
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#9
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#18
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#11
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#12
SMG#20
SMG#20
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
04.91
04.91
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 04.91
GTS 04.91
ECT stage 3
ECT stage 3
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
04.91
04.91
04.93
04.93
04.96
04.96
04.96
05.01
05.01
05.01
05.01
05.01
05.01
5.1.1
5.1.2
6.0.0
6.1.0
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
4.3.1
4.4.0
4.5.0
4.6.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 958
ETS 300 958
TS 101 284
TS 101 284
TS 101 396
TS 101 396
TS 101 396
ETS 300 573
ETS 300 573 Ed2
ETS 300 573 Ed3
ETS 300 573 Ed4
GTS 05.01
GTS 05.01
ECT stage 3
ECT stage 3
CCBS stage 3
CCBS stage 3
CNAP stage 3
CNAP stage 3
CNAP stage 3
Physical layer on radio
Physical layer on radio
Physical layer on radio
Physical layer on radio
Physical layer on radio
Physical layer on radio
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Sep 1995
Pub May 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Dec 1996
05.01
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 05.01
Physical layer on radio
Pub Mar 1997
05.01
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 05.01
Physical layer on radio
Pub June 1997
05.01
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 05.01
Physical layer on radio
Pub Apr 1998
05.01
05.01
05.01
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.1.1
4.4.2
4.5.0
4.6.0
4.6.1
4.7.0
4.8.0
4.8.1
4.9.0
4.9.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 3
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 157
TS 101 157
TS 100 573
ETS 300 574
ETS 300 574 Ed2
ETS 300 574 Ed3
ETS 300 574 Ed3
ETS 300 574 Ed4
ETS 300 574 Ed5
ETS 300 574 Ed5
ETS 300 574 Ed6
ETS 300 574 Ed6
GTS 05.02
GTS 05.02
Physical layer on radio
Physical layer on radio
Physical layer on radio
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Jan 1996
UAP version
Pub Aug 1996
Pub Aug 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Pub May 1996
Pub Aug 1996
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.02
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
4.1.3
4.2.0
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.4.1
4.5.0
4.5.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 3
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 908
ETS 300 908
ETS 300 908 Ed2
ETS 300 908 Ed2
ETS 300 908 Ed3
ETS 300 908 Ed3
ETS 300 908 Ed4
ETS 300 908 Ed4
ETS 300 908 Ed4
ETS 300 908 Ed5
TS 100 908
TS 100 908
TS 100 908
ETS 300 575
ETS 300 575 Ed2
ETS 300 575 Am1
ETS 300 575 Ed3
ETS 300 575 Ed3
ETS 300 575 Ed4
ETS 300 575 Ed4
GTS 05.03
GTS 05.03
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Multiplex & Multiplea Acc
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
OAP version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1996
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
Pub Mar 1996
Pub May 1996
05.03
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 05.03
Channel Coding
Pub Aug 1996
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.5.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 909
ETS 300 909
ETS 300 909 Ed2
ETS 300 909 Ed2
ETS 300 909 Ed3
ETS 300 909 Ed3
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
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After
SMG #
DGTS/SMG-030491Q SMG#16
RGTS/SMGSMG#17
030491QR
DE/SMG-030491QR SMG#20
DE/SMG-030491QR SMG#20
DTS/SMG-030493Q6 SMG#25
DTS/SMG-030493Q6 SMG#26
DTS/SMG-030496Q SMG#24
DTS/SMG-030496Q6 SMG#26
DTS/SMG-030496Q6 SMG#27
DE/SMG-020501P
SMG#10
RE/SMG-020501PR1 SMG#13
RE/SMG-020501PR2 SMG#14
RE/SMG-020501PR3 SMG#16
DGTS/SMG-020501Q SMG#18
RGTS/SMGSMG#20
020501QR
RGTS/SMGSMG#21
020501QR1
RGTS/SMGSMG#22
020501QR2
RGTS/SMGSMG#25
020501QR3
DTS/SMG-020501Q6 SMG#24
DTS/SMG-020501Q6 SMG#25
DTS/SMG-020501Q6 SMG#26
DE/SMG-020502P
SMG#9
RE/SMG-020502P
SMG#15
RE/SMG-020502PR2 SMG#16
RE/SMG-020502PR2 SMG#16
RE/SMG-020502PR3 SMG#17
RE/SMG-020502PR4 SMG#20
RE/SMG-020502PR4 SMG#20
RE/SMG-020502PR5 SMG#22
RE/SMG-020502PR5 SMG#22
DGTS/SMG-020502Q SMG#18
RGTS/SMGSMG#19
020502QR
DE/SMG-020502QR1 SMG#20
DE/SMG-020502QR1 SMG#20
RE/SMG-020502QR2 SMG#21
RE/SMG-020502QR2 SMG#21
RE/SMG-020502QR3 SMG#22
RE/SMG-020502QR3 SMG#22
RE/SMG-020502QR4 SMG#23
RE/SMG-020502QR4 SMG#25
RE/SMG-020502QR4 SMG#25
RE/SMG-020502QR5 SMG#26
DTS/SMG-020502Q6 SMG#24
DTS/SMG-020502Q6 SMG#25
DTS/SMG-020502Q6 SMG#26
DE/SMG-020503P
SMG#7
RE/SMG-020503P
SMG#13
RE/SMG-020503PR2 SMG#15
RE/SMG-020503PR3 SMG#21
RE/SMG-020503PR3 SMG#21
RE/SMG-020503PR4 SMG#22
RE/SMG-020503PR4 SMG#22
DGTS/SMG-020503Q SMG#17
RGTS/SMGSMG#18
020503QR
RGTS/SMGSMG#19
020503QR1
DE/SMG-020503QR1 SMG#20
DE/SMG-020503QR1 SMG#20
RE/SMG-020503QR2 SMG#21
RE/SMG-020503QR2 SMG#21
RE/SMG-020503QR3 SMG#23
RE/SMG-020503QR3 SMG#25
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.03
05.04
05.04
05.04
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
5.5.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.1.1
4.0.3
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.10.0
4.11.0
4.12.0
4.13.0
4.14.0
4.15.0
4.16.0
4.16.1
4.17.0
4.17.1
Phase 2+
Phase 3
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
05.05
4.18.0
Phase 2
05.05
4.18.1
Phase 2
05.05
4.19.0
Phase 2
05.05
4.19.1
Phase 2
05.05
4.20.0
Phase 2
05.05
4.20.1
Phase 2
05.05
4.21.0
Phase 2
05.05
4.21.1
Phase 2
05.05
4.22.0
Phase 2
05.05
4.22.1
Phase 2
05.05
05.05
05.05
4.9.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.05
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
After
SMG #
SMG#25
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#7
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#13
SMG#14
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#21
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Channel Coding
Modulation
Modulation
Modulation
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub July 1995
Pub Sep 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Aug1996
Pub Nov 1996
UAP version
Pub Jan 1997
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
RE/SMG-020503QR3
DTS/SMG-020503Q6
DTS/SMG-020503Q6
DTS/SMG-020503Q6
DE/SMG-020504P
DE/SMG-020504Q
DE/SMG-020504Q
RE/SMG-020505Q2
RE/SMG-020505PR2
RE/SMG-020505PR3
RE/SMG-020505PR4
RE/SMG-020505PR5
RE/SMG-020505PR6
RE/SMG-020505PR7
RE/SMG-020505PR7
RE/SMG-020505PR8
RE/SMG-020505PR9
Radio Tx and RX
number corrected
RE/SMG-020505PR9 SMG#21
Radio Tx and RX
Pub Aug 1997
RE/SMG-020505PR9 SMG#21
Radio Tx and RX
OAP version
RE/SMG-020505PRA SMG#22
Radio Tx and RX
Pub Dec 1997
RE/SMG-020505PRA SMG#22
Radio Tx and RX
OAP version
RE/SMG-020505PRB SMG#23
Radio Tx and RX
Pub Mar 1998
RE/SMG-020505PRB SMG#23
Radio Tx and RX
OAP version
RE/SMG-020505PRC SMG#24
Radio Tx and RX
Pub June 1998
RE/SMG-020505PRC SMG#24
Radio Tx and RX
Unpublished
RE/SMG-020505PRD SMG#26
Radio Tx and RX
OAP version
RE/SMG-020505PRD SMG#26
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 909 Ed3
TS 100 909
TS 100 909
TS 100 909
ETS 300 576
ETS 300 959
ETS 300 959
ETS 300 577 Ed2
ETS 300 577 Ed3
ETS 300 577 Ed4
ETS 300 577 Ed5
ETS 300 577 Ed6
ETS 300 577 Ed7
ETS 300 577 Ed8
ETS 300 577 Ed8
ETS 300 577 Ed9
ETS 300 577
Ed10
ETS 300 577
Ed10
ETS 300 577
Ed10
ETS 300 577
Ed11
ETS 300 577
Ed11
ETS 300 577
Ed12
ETS 300 577
Ed12
ETS 300 577
Ed13
ETS 300 577
Ed13
ETS 300 577
Ed14
ETS 300 577
Ed14
ETS 300 577
GTS 05.05
GTS 05.05
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1996
Pub May 1996
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 05.05
Radio Tx and RX
Pub July 1996
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.7.0
5.7.1
5.8.0
5.8.1
5.9.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
4.11.1
4.12.0
4.13.0
4.14.0
4.15.0
4.16.0
4.17.0
4.18.0
4.18.1
4.18.2
4.18.3
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 3
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETS 300 910
ETS 300 910
ETS 300 910 Ed2
ETS 300 910 Ed2
ETS 300 910 Ed3
ETS 300 910 Ed3
ETS 300 910 Ed4
ETS 300 910 Ed4
ETS 300 910 Ed4
ETS 300 910 Ed5
ETS 300 910 Ed5
ETS 300 910 Ed6
TS 100 910
TS 100 910
TS 100 910
ETS 300 578
ETS 300 578 Ed2
ETS 300 578 Ed3
ETS 300 578 Ed4
ETS 300 578 Ed5
ETS 300 578 Ed6
ETS 300 578 Ed7
ETS 300 578 Ed8
ETS 300 578 Ed8
ETS 300 578 Ed9
ETS 300 578 Ed9
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio Tx and RX
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub June 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
OAP version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Feb 1995
Pub July 1995
Pub Sep 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Aug 1996
Pub Nov 1996
UAP version
Pub Jan 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
DE/SMG-020505P
DGTS/SMG-020505Q
RGTS/SMG020505QR
RGTS/SMG020505QR1
DE/SMG-020505QR2
DE/SMG-020505QR2
RE/SMG-020505QR3
RE/SMG-020505QR3
RE/SMG-020505QR4
RE/SMG-020505QR4
RE/SMG-020505QR5
RE/SMG-020505QR5
RE/SMG-020505QR5
RE/SMG-020505QR6
RE/SMG-020505QR6
RE/SMG-020505QR7
DTS/SMG-020505Q6
DTS/SMG-020505Q6
RTS/SMG-020505Q6
DE/SMG-020508P
RE/SMG-020508P
RE/SMG-020508PR2
RE/SMG-020508PR3
RE/SMG-020508PR4
RE/SMG-020508PR5
RE/SMG-020508PR6
RE/SMG-020508PR7
RE/SMG-020508PR7
RE/SMG-020508PR8
RE/SMG-020508PR8
Page 17
SMG#10
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#12
SMG#13
SMG#14
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#19
SMG#21
SMG#21
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
OAP version
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Pub Dec 1997
RE/SMG-020508PR9 SMG#22
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
OAP version
RE/SMG-020508PRA SMG#23
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Pub May 1998
RE/SMG-020508PRA SMG#23
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
OAP version
RE/SMG-020508PRB SMG#24
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Pub June 1998
RE/SMG-020508PRB SMG#24
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 578
Ed10
ETS 300 578
Ed10
ETS 300 578
Ed11
ETS 300 578
Ed11
ETS 300 578
Ed12
ETS 300 578
Ed12
GTS 05.08
GTS 05.08
After
SMG #
RE/SMG-020508PR9 SMG#22
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Pub May 1996
Pub Aug 1996
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
5.7.1
5.8.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.1.1
6.2.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 3
R97
R97
R97
ETS 300 911
ETS 300 911
ETS 300 911 Ed2
ETS 300 911 Ed2
ETS 300 911 Ed3
ETS 300 911 Ed3
ETS 300 911 Ed4
ETS 300 911 Ed4
ETS 300 911 Ed4
ETS 300 911 Ed5
ETS 300 911 Ed5
ETS 300 911 Ed6
TS 100 911
TS 100 911
TS 100 911
TS 100 911
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
Radio subsystem link Cntrl
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub June 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
OAP version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.10
05.22
05.22
05.50
05.50
05.50
05.50
05.50
05.50
05.50
05.50
05.50
05.50
05.90
05.90
05.90
06.01
06.01
4.4.2
4.5.0
4.6.0
4.7.0
4.8.0
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
4.0.0
5.0.0
4.1.0
4.2.0
4.3.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
6.0.0
6.0.1
6.0.2
7.0.0
4.2.1
4.3.0
5.0.0
4.0.5
4.0.6
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 3
R97
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 3
R97
R97
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
Radio subsystem sync
RL man in hierarch Nets
RL man in hierarch Nets
Background RF
Background RF
Background RF
Background RF
Background RF
Background RF
Background RF
Background RF
Background RF
Background RF
EMC Considerations
EMC Considerations
EMC Considerations
FR speech proc descript
FR speech proc descript
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Sep 1995
Pub May 1996
Pub Aug 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Pub May 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub May 1996
Pub Nov 1996
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Nov 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub Jan 1994
Pub Aug 1995
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
OAP version
06.01
4.0.7
Phase 2
FR speech proc descript
Pub Mar 1998
RE/SMG-110601PR1 SMG#23
06.01
06.01
06.01
06.01
06.02
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.0.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
ETS 300 579
ETS 300 579 Ed2
ETS 300 579 Ed3
ETS 300 579 Ed4
ETS 300 579 Ed5
ETS 300 579 Ed6
GTS 05.10
ETS 300 912
ETS 300 912
ETS 300 912 Ed2
TS 100 912
TS 100 912
TS 100 912
ETR 284
ETR 355
TR
TR
TR
ETR xxx
TR 101 115
TR 101 115
TR 101 115
TR 101 115
TR 101 115
TR 101 115
ETR 108
ETR 108 Am 1
ETR 357
ETS 300 580-1
ETS 300 580-1
Ed2
ETS 300 580-1
Ed2
ETS 300 960
ETS 300 960
ETS 300 960 Ed2
ETS 300 960 Ed2
ETS 300 581-1
DGTS/SMG-020508Q
RGTS/SMG020508QR
DE/SMG-020508QR1
DE/SMG-020508QR1
RE/SMG-020508QR2
RE/SMG-020508QR2
RE/SMG-020508QR3
RE/SMG-020508QR3
RE/SMG-020508QR4
RE/SMG-020508QR4
RE/SMG-020508QR4
RE/SMG-020508QR5
RE/SMG-020508QR5
RE/SMG-020508QR6
DTS/SMG-020508Q6
DTS/SMG-020508Q6
DTS/SMG-020508Q6
RTS/SMG020508Q6R1
DE/SMG-020510P
RE/SMG-020510P
RE/SMG-020510PR2
RE/SMG-020510PR3
RE/SMG-020510PR4
RE/SMG-020510PR5
DGTS/SMG-020510Q
DE/SMG-020510QR
DE/SMG-020510QR
RE/SMG-020510QR1
DTS/SMG-020510Q6
DTS/SMG-020510Q6
RTS/SMG-020510Q6
DTR/SMG-020522P
DTR/SMG-020522Q
DTR/SMG
DTR/SMG
DTR/SMG
DTR/SMG-020550Q
DTR/SMG-020550Q
DTR/SMG-020550Q
RTR/SMG-020550Q6
RTR/SMG-020550Q6
RTR/SMG-020550Q6
RTR/SMG-020550Q7
DTR/SMG-000590P
RTR/SMG-000590P
DTR/SMG-000590Q
DE/SMG-020601P
RE/SMG-110601PR1
FR speech proc descript
FR speech proc descript
FR speech proc descript
FR speech proc descript
HR speech proc descript
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
PE version
DE/SMG-110601Q
DE/SMG-110601Q
RE/SMG-110601QR1
RE/SMG-110601QR1
DE/SMG-020602
05.08
4.19.0
Phase 2
05.08
4.19.1
Phase 2
05.08
4.20.0
Phase 2
05.08
4.20.1
Phase 2
05.08
4.21.0
Phase 2
05.08
4.21.1
Phase 2
05.08
05.08
5.0.0
5.1.0
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
05.08
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Page 18
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#9
SMG#13
SMG#14
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#13
SMG#17
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#8
SMG#15
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#23
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#13
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
06.02
06.02
06.02
06.02
06.06
06.06
06.06
06.06
4.0.1
4.0.2
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.0.1
4.0.2
4.0.3
4.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
06.06
4.2.0
Phase 2
06.06
4.2.1
Phase 2
06.06
06.06
06.06
06.06
06.07
06.07
06.07
06.07
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.0.1
4.0.2
4.0.3
4.1.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
06.07
06.07
4.1.0
4.2.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
06.07
4.2.1
Phase 2
06.07
06.07
06.07
06.07
06.07
06.08
06.08
06.10
06.10
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.2.0
5.2.1
4.0.0
5.0.0
4.0.2
4.1.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
06.10
4.1.1
Phase 2
06.10
06.10
06.10
06.10
06.11
06.11
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.0.4
4.0.5
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
06.11
4.0.6
Phase 2
06.11
06.11
06.12
06.12
06.12
06.20
06.20
06.20
06.20
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.0.4
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.0.0
4.2.0
4.2.1
4.3.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
06.20
4.3.1
Phase 2
06.20
06.20
06.20
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
06.20
06.21
06.21
06.21
06.21
06.21
5.1.1
4.0.0
4.0.1
4.0.2
5.0.0
5.0.1
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
After
SMG #
SMG#13
SMG#13
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#13
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#17
HR speech proc descript
HR speech proc descript
HR speech proc descript
HR speech proc descript
HR C-source code
HR C-source code
HR C-source code
HR C-source code
Vote version
Pub Nov 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
PE version
Vote version
Pub Jan 1996
Unpublished
DE/SMG-020602
DE/SMG-020602
DE/SMG-110602Q
DE/SMG-110602Q
DE/SMG-020606
DE/SMG-020606
DE/SMG-020606
RE/SMG-020606
HR C-source code
OAP version
RE/SMG-110606PR1 SMG#23
HR C-source code
Pub Mar 1998
RE/SMG-110606PR1 SMG#23
HR C-source code
HR C-source code
HR C-source code
HR C-source code
HR Test sequences
HR Test sequences
HR Test sequences
HR Test sequences
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub Jan 1996
Unpublished
DE/SMG-110606Q
DE/SMG-110606Q
RE/SMG-110606QR1
RE/SMG-110606QR1
DE/SMG-020607
DE/SMG-020607
DE/SMG-020607
RE/SMG-110607PR1
HR Test sequences
HR Test sequences
Unpublished
OAP version
DE/SMG-110607Q
SMG#17
RE/SMG-110607PR1 SMG#23
HR Test sequences
Pub Apr 1998
RE/SMG-110607PR1 SMG#23
HR Test sequences
HR Test sequences
HR Test sequences
HR Test sequences
HR Test sequences
HR performan character
HR performan character
FR speech transcoding
FR speech transcoding
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Apr 1998
Pub Oct 1995
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Sep 1994
OAP version
DE/SMG-110607Q
DE/SMG-110607Q
RE/SMG-110607QR1
RE/SMG-110607QR1
RE/SMG-110607QR1
DTR/SMG-020608P
DTR/SMG-110608Q
DE/SMG-020610P
RE/SMG-110610PR1
FR speech transcoding
Pub Mar 1998
RE/SMG-110610PR1 SMG#23
FR speech transcoding
FR speech transcoding
FR speech transcoding
FR speech transcoding
FR substitution & muting
FR substitution & muting
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub May 1998
Pub Sep 1994
OAP version
DE/SMG-110610Q
DE/SMG-110610Q
RE/SMG-110610QR1
RE/SMG-110610QR1
DE/SMG-020611P
RE/SMG-110611PR1
FR substitution & muting
Pub Mar 1998
RE/SMG-110611PR1 SMG#23
FR substitution & muting
FR substitution & muting
FR comfort noise
FR comfort noise
FR comfort noise
HR speech transcoding
HR speech transcoding
HR speech transcoding
HR speech transcoding
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Sep 1994
UAP version
Pub May 1997
PE version
Vote version
Pub Nov 1995
OAP version
DE/SMG-110611Q
DE/SMG-110611Q
DE/SMG-020612P
DE/SMG-110612Q
DE/SMG-110612Q
DE/SMG-020620
DE/SMG-020620
DE/SMG-020620
RE/SMG-110620PR1
HR speech transcoding
Pub May 1998
RE/SMG-110620PR1 SMG#17
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 581-1
ETS 300 581-1
ETS 300 966
ETS 300 966
ETS 300 581-7
ETS 300 581-7
ETS 300 581-7
ETS 300 581-7
Ed2
ETS 300 581-7
Ed2
ETS 300 581-7
Ed2
ETS 300 967
ETS 300 967
ETS 300 967 Ed2
ETS 300 967 Ed2
ETS 300 581-8
ETS 300 581-8
ETS 300 581-8
ETS 300 581-8
Ed2
ETS 300 581-8
ETS 300 581-8
Ed2
ETS 300 581-8
Ed2
ETS 300 968
ETS 300 968
ETS 300 968 Ed2
ETS 300 968 Ed2
ETS 300 968 Ed2
ETR 229
ETR 358
ETS 300 580-2
ETS 300 580-2
Ed2
ETS 300 580-2
Ed2
ETS 300 961
ETS 300 961
ETS 300 961 Ed2
ETS 300 961 Ed2
ETS 300 580-3
ETS 300 580-3
Ed2
ETS 300 580-3
Ed2
ETS 300 962
ETS 300 962
ETS 300 580-4
ETS 300 963
ETS 300 963
ETS 300 581-2
ETS 300 581-2
ETS 300 581-2
ETS 300 581-2
Ed2
ETS 300 581-2
Ed2
ETS 300 969
ETS 300 969
ETS 300 969 Ed2
HR speech transcoding
HR speech transcoding
HR speech transcoding
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
ETS 300 969 Ed2
ETS 300 581-3
ETS 300 581-3
ETS 300 581-3
ETS 300 970
ETS 300 970
HR speech transcoding
HR substitution & muting
HR substitution & muting
HR substitution & muting
HR substitution & muting
HR substitution & muting
Pub May 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub Nov 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
DE/SMG-110620Q
SMG#20
DE/SMG-110620Q
SMG#20
RE/SMG-110620QR1 SMG#22
?
RE/SMG-110620QR1 SMG#22
DE/SMG-020621
SMG#13
DE/SMG-020621
SMG#15
DE/SMG-020621
SMG#15
DE/SMG-110621Q
SMG#20
DE/SMG-110621Q
SMG#20
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SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#13
SMG#16
SMG#16
SMG#22
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#16
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#23
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#7
SMG#23
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#13
SMG#15
SMG#15
SMG#17
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
06.22
06.22
06.22
06.22
06.22
06.31
06.31
06.31
06.31
06.32
06.32
4.0.0
4.1.0
4.1.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
4.0.4
4.0.5
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.0.5
4.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
06.32
4.2.0
Phase 2
06.32
4.2.1
Phase 2
06.32
4.3.0
Phase 2
06.32
4.3.1
Phase 2
06.32
06.32
06.32
06.32
06.41
06.41
06.41
06.41
06.41
06.41
06.41
06.42
06.42
06.42
06.42
06.42
06.51
06.51
06.51
06.51
06.51
06.51
06.53
06.53
06.53
06.53
06.53
06.53
06.53
06.54
06.54
06.54
06.54
06.54
06.54
06.55
06.55
06.60
06.60
06.60
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.0.3
4.0.0
4.0.1
4.0.2
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.0.0
4.1.0
4.1.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
4.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
4.0.0
4.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.0.0
5.0.0
4.0.0
4.0.1
4.1.0
06.60
06.60
06.60
06.60
06.60
06.61
06.61
06.61
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
4.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
After
SMG #
SMG#13
SMG#15
SMG#15
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#7
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#9
SMG#13
HR comfort noise
HR comfort noise
HR comfort noise
HR comfort noise
HR comfort noise
FR DTX
FR DTX
FR DTX
FR DTX
Voice Activity Detector
Voice Activity Detector
PE version
Vote version
Pub Nov 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Sep 1994
Unpublished
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
DE/SMG-020622
DE/SMG-020622
DE/SMG-020622
DE/SMG-110622Q
DE/SMG-110622Q
DE/SMG-020631P
DE/SMG-020631P
DE/SMG-110631Q
DE/SMG-110631Q
DE/SMG-020632P
RE/SMG-020632P
Voice Activity Detector
UAP version
RE/SMG-020632PR2 SMG#17
Voice Activity Detector
Pub Oct 1996
RE/SMG-020632PR2 SMG#17
Voice Activity Detector
OAP version
RE/SMG-110632PR3 SMG#23
Voice Activity Detector
Pub Apr 1998
RE/SMG-110632PR3 SMG#23
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETS 300 581-4
ETS 300 581-4
ETS 300 581-4
ETS 300 971
ETS 300 971
ETS 300 580-5
ETS 300 580-5
ETS 300 964
ETS 300 964
ETS 300 580-6
ETS 300 580-6
Ed2
ETS 300 580-6
Ed3
ETS 300 580-6
Ed3
ETS 300 580-6
Ed4
ETS 300 580-6
Ed4
ETS 300 965
ETS 300 965
ETS 300 965 Ed2
ETS 300 965 Ed2
ETS 300 581-5
ETS 300 581-5
ETS 300 581-5
ETS 300 972
ETS 300 972
ETS 300 972 Ed 2
ETS 300 972 Ed 2
ETS 300 581-6
ETS 300 581-6
ETS 300 581-6
ETS 300 973
ETS 300 973
EN 301 243
EN 301 243
ETS 300 723
ETS 300 723
ETS 300 723
ETS 300 723
EN 301 244
EN 301 244
ETS 300 724
ETS 300 724
ETS 300 724
ETS 300 724
ETS 300 724
EN 301 250
EN 301 250
EN 301 250
ETS 300 725
ETS 300 725
ETS 300 725
TR 101 085
ETR 305
EN 301 245
EN 301 245
EN 301 245
Voice Activity Detector
Voice Activity Detector
Voice Activity Detector
Voice Activity Detector
HR DTX
HR DTX
HR DTX
HR DTX
HR DTX
HR DTX
HR DTX
HR Voice Activity Detector
HR Voice Activity Detector
HR Voice Activity Detector
HR Voice Activity Detector
HR Voice Activity Detector
EFR speech proc descript
EFR speech proc descript
EFR speech proc descript
EFR speech proc descript
EFR speech proc descript
EFR speech proc descript
EFR C-source code
EFR C-source code
EFR C-source code
EFR C-source code
EFR C-source code
EFR C-source code
EFR C-source code
EFR Test sequences
EFR Test sequences
EFR Test sequences
EFR Test sequences
EFR Test sequences
EFR Test sequences
EFR performan character
EFR performan character
EFR speech transcoding
EFR speech transcoding
EFR speech transcoding
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Apr 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub Nov 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub Nov 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Mar 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Mar 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub Feb 1998
Pub July 1997
Pub Aug 1996
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
OAP version
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
ETS 300 726
ETS 300 726
ETS 300 726
ETS 300 726
ETS 300 726 Ed2
EN 301 246
EN 301 246
ETS 300 727
EFR speech transcoding
EFR speech transcoding
EFR speech transcoding
EFR speech transcoding
EFR speech transcoding
EFR substitute & muting
EFR substitute & muting
EFR substitute & muting
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Mar 1997
OAP version
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
PE version
DE/SMG-110632Q
DE/SMG-110632Q
RE/SMG-110632QR1
RE/SMG-110632QR1
DE/SMG-020641
DE/SMG-020641
DE/SMG-020641
DE/SMG-110641Q
DE/SMG-110641Q
RE/SMG-110641QR1
RE/SMG-110641QR1
DE/SMG-020642
DE/SMG-020642
DE/SMG-020642
DE/SMG-110642Q
DE/SMG-110642Q
DEN/SMG-110651P
DEN/SMG-110651P
DE/SMG-020651
DE/SMG-020651
DE/SMG-020651
DE/SMG-020651
DEN/SMG-110653P
DEN/SMG-110653P
DE/SMG-020653
DE/SMG-020653
DE/SMG-020653
DE/SMG-020653
RE/SMG-020653QR1
DEN/SMG-110654P
DEN/SMG-110654P
DEN/SMG-110654P
DE/SMG-110654Q
DE/SMG-110654Q
DE/SMG-110654Q
DTR/SMG-110655P
DTR/SMG-020655
DEN/SMG-110660P
DEN/SMG-110660P
REN/SMG110660PR1
DE/SMG-020660
DE/SMG-020660
DE/SMG-020660
DE/SMG-020660
RE/SMG-110660QR1
DEN/SMG-110661P
DEN/SMG-110661P
DE/SMG-020661
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SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#13
SMG#13
SMG#13
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#13
SMG#15
SMG#15
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#22
SMG#19
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#25
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#17
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
06.61
06.61
06.61
06.62
06.62
06.62
06.62
06.62
06.62
06.81
06.81
06.81
06.81
06.81
06.81
06.82
06.82
06.82
06.82
06.82
06.82
06.85
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
4.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
4.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
4.0.0
4.0.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.0.3
5.0.0
4.10.0
4.7.2
4.8.0
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 727
ETS 300 727
ETS 300 727
EN 301 247
EN 301 247
ETS 300 728
ETS 300 728
ETS 300 728
ETS 300 728
EN 301 248
EN 301 248
ETS 300 729
ETS 300 729
ETS 300 729
ETS 300 729
EN 301 249
EN 301 249
ETS 300 730
ETS 300 730
ETS 300 730
ETS 300 730
TR 101 294
ETS 300 582 Ed4
ETS 300 582
ETS 300 582 Ed2
ETS 300 582 Ed3
GTS 07.01
GTS 07.01
EFR substitute & muting
EFR substitute & muting
EFR substitute & muting
EFR comfort noise
EFR comfort noise
EFR comfort noise
EFR comfort noise
EFR comfort noise
EFR comfort noise
EFR DTX
EFR DTX
EFR DTX
EFR DTX
EFR DTX
EFR DTX
EFR Voice Activity Detector
EFR Voice Activity Detector
EFR Voice Activity Detector
EFR Voice Activity Detector
EFR Voice Activity Detector
EFR Voice Activity Detector
FR/HR/EFR speech interop
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Mar 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Mar 1997
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Mar 1997
Pub July 1998
Pub May 1996
Pub Oct 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
07.01
5.1.0
Phase 2+
GTS 07.01
TAF for MSs
Pub May 1996
07.01
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 07.01
TAF for MSs
Pub July 1996
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.01
07.02
07.02
07.02
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
5.7.1
5.8.0
5.8.1
7.0.0
4.5.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 913
ETS 300 913
ETS 300 913 Ed2
ETS 300 913 Ed2
ETS 300 913 Ed2
ETS 300 913 Ed3
ETS 300 913 Ed3
ETS 300 913 Ed4
ETS 300 913 Ed4
ETS 300 913 Ed5
ETS 300 913 Ed5
ETS 300 913 Ed6
ETS 300 913 Ed6
TS 100 913
ETS 300 583
GTS 07.02
GTS 07.02
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF for MSs
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
OAP version
Pub July 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1994
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.02
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.03
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
6.0.0
7.0.0
4.5.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 914
ETS 300 914
ETS 300 914 Ed2
ETS 300 914 Ed2
ETS 300 914 Ed2
ETS 300 914 Ed3
ETS 300 914 Ed3
ETS 300 914 Ed4
ETS 300 914 Ed4
ETS 300 914 Ed5
ETS 300 914 Ed5
TS 100 914
TS 100 914
ETS 300 584
GTS 07.03
ETS 300 915
ETS 300 915
ETS 300 915 Ed2
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using Async
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
OAP version
Pub July 1998
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
Pub May 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Unpublished
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After
SMG #
DE/SMG-020661
SMG#19
DE/SMG-020661
SMG#20
DE/SMG-020661
SMG#20
DEN/SMG-110662P SMG#22
DEN/SMG-110662P SMG#22
DE/SMG-020662
SMG#17
DE/SMG-020662
SMG#19
DE/SMG-020662
SMG#20
DE/SMG-020662
SMG#20
DEN/SMG-110681P SMG#22
DEN/SMG-110681P SMG#22
DE/SMG-020681
SMG#17
DE/SMG-020681
SMG#19
DE/SMG-020681
SMG#20
DE/SMG-020681
SMG#20
DEN/SMG-110682P SMG#22
DEN/SMG-110682P SMG#22
DE/SMG-020682
SMG#17
DE/SMG-020682
SMG#19
DE/SMG-020682
SMG#20
DE/SMG-020682
SMG#20
DTR/SMG-110685Q SMG#26
RE/SMG-040701PR3 SMG#16
DE/SMG-040701P
SMG#10
RE/SMG-040701P
SMG#13
RE/SMG-040701PR2 SMG#15
DGTS/SMG-040701Q SMG#16
RGTS/SMGSMG#17
040701QR
RGTS/SMGSMG#18
040701QR1
RGTS/SMGSMG#19
040701QR2
DE/SMG-040701QR3 SMG#20
DE/SMG-040701QR3 SMG#20
RE/SMG-040701QR4 SMG#21
RE/SMG-040701QR4 SMG#21
RE/SMG-040701QR4 SMG#21
RE/SMG-040701QR5 SMG#22
RE/SMG-040701QR5 SMG#22
RE/SMG-040701QR6 SMG#23
RE/SMG-040701QR6 SMG#23
RE/SMG-040701QR7 SMG#24
RE/SMG-040701QR7 SMG#24
RE/SMG-040701QR8 SMG#25
RE/SMG-040701QR8 SMG#25
DTS/SMG-040701Q7 SMG#27
DE/SMG-040702P
SMG#11
DGTS/SMG-040702Q SMG#16
RGTS/SMGSMG#18
040702QR
DE/SMG-040702QR SMG#20
DE/SMG-040702QR SMG#20
RE/SMG-040702QR1 SMG#21
RE/SMG-040702QR1 SMG#21
RE/SMG-040702QR1 SMG#21
RE/SMG-040702QR2 SMG#22
RE/SMG-040702QR2 SMG#22
RE/SMG-040702QR3 SMG#23
RE/SMG-040702QR3 SMG#23
RE/SMG-040702QR4 SMG#24
RE/SMG-040702QR4 SMG#24
DTS/SMG-040702Q6 SMG#26
DTS/SMG-040702Q7 SMG#27
DE/SMG-040703P
SMG#9
DGTS/SMG-040703Q SMG#18
DE/SMG-040703Q
SMG#20
DE/SMG-040703Q
SMG#20
RE/SMG-040703QR1 SMG#21
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.03
07.05
07.05
07.05
07.05
07.05
07.05
07.05
07.05
07.05
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
6.0.0
4.3.2
4.4.0
4.5.0
4.6.0
4.7.0
4.8.0
4.8.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 915 Ed2
ETS 300 915 Ed2
ETS 300 915 Ed3
ETS 300 915 Ed3
ETS 300 915 Ed4
ETS 300 915 Ed4
ETS 300 915 Ed5
ETS 300 915 Ed5
TS 100 915
ETS 300 585
ETS 300 585 Am1
ETS 300 585 Ed2
ETS 300 585 Ed3
ETS 300 585 Ed4
ETS 300 585 Ed5
ETS 300 585 Ed5
GTS 07.05
GTS 07.05
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
TAF using sync
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
OAP version
Pub July 1998
Pub July 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1995
Pub May 1996
Pub Sep 1996
Pub Oct 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
Pub July 1996
Pub Dec 1996
07.05
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 07.05
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
Pub Mar 1997
07.05
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 07.05
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
Pub Aug 1997
07.05
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 07.05
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
Unpublished
07.05
5.5.0
Phase 2+
GTS 07.05
DTE-DCE Interface for SMS
Pub Jan 1998
07.06
07.06
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
07.07
4.1.2
4.2.0
4.0.0
4.1.0
4.2.0
4.2.1
4.3.0
4.3.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
5.2.0
5.2.1
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.4.0
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
ETS 300 586
ETS 300 586 Ed2
ETS 300 642
ETS 300 642
ETS 300 642 Ed2
ETS 300 642 Ed2
ETS 300 642 Ed3
ETS 300 642 Ed3
GTS 07.07
ETS 300 916
ETS 300 916
ETS 300 916 Ed2
ETS 300 916 Ed2
ETS 300 916 Ed3
ETS 300 916 Ed3
ETS 300 916 Ed3
ETS 300 916 Ed4
ETS 300 916 Ed4
ETS 300 916 Ed4
ETS 300 916 Ed5
ETS 300 916 Ed5
ETS 300 916 Ed6
TS 100 916
TS 100 916
TS 100 916
DTE-DCE Int MS for MT config
DTE-DCE Int MS for MT config
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
AT command set for Mes
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
PE version
Pub Sep 1996
OAP version
Pub July 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Pub July 1996
UAP version
Pub Apr 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub July 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Nov 1998?
07.07
07.08
07.08
07.08
07.08
07.10
07.10
07.10
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
5.2.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
TS 100 916
ETS 300 917
ETS 300 917
ETS 300 917
ETS 300 917
TS 101 369
TS 101 369
TS 101 369
AT command set for Mes
GSM API
GSM API
GSM API
GSM API
Multiplexing protocol
Multiplexing protocol
Multiplexing protocol
Unpublished
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub May 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Oct 1998
07.60
07.60
07.60
07.60
07.60
07.60
5.0.0
5.1.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.1.1
6.2.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
R97
TS 101 356
TS 101 356
TS 101 356
TS 101 356
TS 101 356
TS 101 356
GPRS MS
GPRS MS
GPRS MS
GPRS MS
GPRS MS
GPRS MS
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
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RE/SMG-040703QR1
RE/SMG-040703QR1
RE/SMG-040703QR2
RE/SMG-040703QR2
RE/SMG-040703QR3
RE/SMG-040703QR3
RE/SMG-040703QR4
RE/SMG-040703QR4
DTS/SMG-040703Q6
DE/SMG-040705P
RE/SMG-040705P
RE/SMG-040705PR2
RE/SMG-040705PR3
RE/SMG-040705PR4
RE/SMG-040705PR5
RE/SMG-040705PR5
DGTS/SMG-040705Q
RGTS/SMG040705QR
RGTS/SMG040705QR1
RGTS/SMG040705QR2
RGTS/SMG040705QR3
RGTS/SMG040705QR3
DE/SMG-040706P
RE/SMG-040706P
DE/SMG-040707P
DE/SMG-040707P
RE/SMG-040707PR1
RE/SMG-040707PR1
RE/SMG-040707PR2
RE/SMG-040707PR2
DGTS/SMG-040707Q
DE/SMG-040707QR
DE/SMG-040707QR
RE/SMG-040707QR1
RE/SMG-040707QR1
RE/SMG-040707QR2
RE/SMG-040707QR2
RE/SMG-040707QR2
RE/SMG-040707QR3
RE/SMG-040707QR3
RE/SMG-040707QR3
RE/SMG-040707QR4
RE/SMG-040707QR4
RE/SMG-040707QR5
DTS/SMG-040707Q6
DTS/SMG-040707Q6
RTS/SMG040707Q6R1
DTS/SMG-040707Q7
DE/SMG-040708Q
DE/SMG-040708Q
DE/SMG-040708Q
DE/SMG-040708Q
DTS/SMG-040710Q6
DTS/SMG-040710Q6
RTS/SMG040710Q6R1
DTS/SMG-040760Q6
DTS/SMG-040760Q6
DTS/SMG-040760Q6
DTS/SMG-040760Q6
DTS/SMG-040760Q6
RTS/SMG040760Q6R1
After
SMG #
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#26
SMG#8
SMG#12
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#7
SMG#13
SMG#16
SMG#18
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#26
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#27
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
07.60
6.2.1
R97
TS 101 356
GPRS MS
Pub Nov 1998?
08.01
08.01
08.02
08.02
4.0.3
5.0.0
4.1.1
4.2.0
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
BSS-MSC Inter General
BSS-MSC Inter General
BSS-MSC Iner Principles
BSS-MSC Iner Principles
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Nov 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
08.02
08.02
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 587-1
GTS 08.01
ETS 300 587-2
ETS 300 587-2
Ed2
GTS 08.02
GTS 08.02
BSS-MSC Iner Principles
BSS-MSC Iner Principles
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Apr 1997
08.04
08.04
08.06
08.06
08.06
08.06
4.0.3
5.0.0
4.4.1
4.5.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 588
GTS 08.04
ETS 300 589
ETS 300 589 Ed2
GTS 08.06
GTS 08.06
BSS-MSC Interface L1
BSS-MSC Interface L1
Sig trans BSS-MSC Inter
Sig trans BSS-MSC Inter
Sig trans BSS-MSC Inter
Sig trans BSS-MSC Inter
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Mar 1996
Pub May 1996
08.06
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.06
Sig trans BSS-MSC Inter
Pub May 1998
08.08
08.08
08.08
08.08
08.08
08.08
08.08
08.08
08.08
4.10.0
4.11.0
4.12.0
4.12.1
4.7.1
4.8.0
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 590 Ed4
ETS 300 590 Ed5
ETS 300 590 Ed6
ETS 300 590 Ed6
ETS 300 590
ETS 300 590 Ed2
ETS 300 590 Ed3
GTS 08.08
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Pub May 1996
Pub Sep 1996
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
08.08
5.10.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Pub July 1998
08.08
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Pub May 1996
08.08
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Pub July 1996
08.08
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Pub Nov 1996
08.08
5.5.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Unpublished
08.08
5.6.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Unpublished
08.08
5.6.1
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Unpublished
08.08
5.6.2
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Unpublished
08.08
5.6.3
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Pub Aug 1997
08.08
5.7.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Unpublished
08.08
5.8.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Pub Feb 1998
08.08
5.9.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.08
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Pub May 1998
08.08
08.08
08.08
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R97
R97
R97
TS 100 590
TS 100 590
TS 100 590
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
MSC-BSS Interface L3
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Nov 1998?
08.08
08.14
08.14
08.16
08.16
08.16
08.18
08.18
08.18
08.18
7.0.0
5.0.0
6.0.0
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R98
Phase 2+
R97
Phase 2+
R97
R97
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
TS 100 590
TS 101 298
TS 101 298
TS 101 299
TS 101 299
TS 101 299
TS 101 343
TS 101 343
TS 101 343
TS 101 343
MSC-BSS Interface L3
GPRS BSSGP L1
GPRS BSSGP L1
GPRS BSSGP L2
GPRS BSSGP L2
GPRS BSSGP L2
GPRS BSSGP L3
GPRS BSSGP L3
GPRS BSSGP L3
GPRS BSSGP L3
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Oct 1998
08.20
08.20
4.2.2
4.2.3
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETS 300 591
Rate Adpt BSS-MSC Int
ETS 300 591 Ed2 Rate Adpt BSS-MSC Int
Page 23
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
ETSI Reference
RTS/SMG040760Q6R1
DE/SMG-030801P
DGTS/SMG-030801Q
DE/SMG-030802P
RE/SMG-030802P
DGTS/SMG-030802Q
RGTS/SMG030802QR1
DE/SMG-030804P
DGTS/SMG-030804Q
DE/SMG-030806P
RE/SMG-030806P
DGTS/SMG-030806Q
RGTS/SMG030806QR
RGTS/SMG030806QR1
RE/SMG-030808PR3
RE/SMG-030808PR4
RE/SMG-030808PR5
RE/SMG-030808PR5
DE/SMG-030808P
RE/SMG-030808P
RE/SMG-030808PR2
DGTS/SMG-030808Q
RGTS/SMG030808QR
RGTS/SMG030808QR7
RGTS/SMG030808QR1
RGTS/SMG030808QR2
RGTS/SMG030808QR3
RGTS/SMG030808QR4
RGTS/SMG030808QR4
RGTS/SMG030808QR4
RGTS/SMG030808QR4
RGTS/SMG030808QR4
RGTS/SMG030808QR5
RGTS/SMG030808QR5
RGTS/SMG030808QR6
DTS/SMG-030808Q6
DTS/SMG-030808Q6
RTS/SMG030808Q6R1
DTS/SMG-030808Q7
DTS/SMG-020814Q6
DTS/SMG-020814Q6
DTS/SMG-020816Q6
DTS/SMG-020816Q6
DTS/SMG-020816Q6
DTS/SMG-020818Q6
DTS/SMG-020818Q6
DTS/SMG-020818Q6
RTS/SMG020818Q6R1
DE/SMG-040820P
RE/SMG-040820P
After
SMG #
SMG#27
SMG#7
SMG#20
SMG#7
SMG#13
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#7
SMG#20
SMG#10
SMG#13
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#25
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#10
SMG#13
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#26
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#24
SMG#26
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#7
SMG#13
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
08.20
08.20
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
GTS 08.20
GTS 08.20
Rate Adpt BSS-MSC Int
Rate Adpt BSS-MSC Int
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Apr 1997
08.20
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.20
Rate Adpt BSS-MSC Int
Pub Aug 1997
08.20
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.20
Rate Adpt BSS-MSC Int
Pub Jan 1998
08.20
08.51
08.51
08.51
08.52
08.52
08.52
08.52
08.54
08.54
08.54
08.56
08.56
08.58
08.58
08.58
08.58
08.58
08.58
7.0.0
4.0.4
4.1.0
5.0.0
4.0.4
4.1.0
4.2.0
5.0.0
4.0.4
4.1.0
5.0.0
4.0.2
5.0.0
4.6.1
4.7.0
4.8.0
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 100 591
ETS 300 592
ETS 300 592 Ed2
GTS 08.51
ETS 300 593
ETS 300 593 Ed2
ETS 300 593 Ed3
GTS 08.52
ETS 300 594
ETS 300 594 Ed2
GTS 08.54
ETS 300 595
GTS 08.56
ETS 300 596
ETS 300 596 Ed2
ETS 300 596 Ed3
ETS 300 596 Ed4
GTS 08.58
GTS 08.58
Rate Adpt BSS-MSC Int
BSC-BTS Inter General
BSC-BTS Inter General
BSC-BTS Inter General
BSC-BTS Inter Principles
BSC-BTS Inter Principles
BSC-BTS Inter Principles
BSC-BTS Inter Principles
BSC-BTS Interface L1
BSC-BTS Interface L1
BSC-BTS Interface L1
BSC-BTS Interface L2
BSC-BTS Interface L2
BSC-BTS Interface L3
BSC-BTS Interface L3
BSC-BTS Interface L3
BSC-BTS Interface L3
BSC-BTS Interface L3
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
08.58
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.58
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Pub July 1996
08.58
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.58
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Pub Apr 1997
08.58
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.58
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Unpublished
08.58
5.5.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.58
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Pub Oct 1997
08.58
5.6.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.58
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Unpublished
08.58
5.7.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.58
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Pub May 1998
08.58
5.8.0
Phase 2+
GTS 08.58
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Pub July 1998
08.58
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.60
08.61
08.61
08.61
08.61
08.61
08.64
09.01
09.01
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
6.0.0
4.1.3
4.2.0
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.4.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
5.0.3
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.0.0
4.0.1
4.0.2
5.0.0
5.0.1
1.0.0
4.0.0
5.0.0
4.10.0
4.11.0
4.11.1
4.12.0
4.12.1
4.13.0
4.14.0
4.14.1
4.15.0
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
TS 100 596
ETS 300 597
ETS 300 597 Ed2
ETS 300 597 Ed3
ETS 300 597 Ed3
ETS 300 597 Ed3
ETS 300 737
ETS 300 737
ETS 300 737
ETS 300 737
ETS 300 737 Ed2
ETS 300 737 Ed2
ETS 300 598
ETS 300 598
ETS 300 598
ETS 300 979
ETS 300 979
TS 101 xxx
ETR 109
ETR 359
ETS 300 599 Am1
ETS 300 599 Ed2
ETS 300 599 Ed2
ETS 300 599 Ed3
ETS 300 599 Ed3
ETS 300 599 Edx
ETS 300 599 Ed4
ETS 300 599 Ed4
ETS 300 599 Ed5
BSC-BTS Interface L3
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
Inbnd cntl Tcoder & RA
HR Ibd cntl Tcoder & RA
HR Ibd cntl Tcoder & RA
HR Ibd cntl Tcoder & RA
HR Ibd cntl Tcoder & RA
HR Ibd cntl Tcoder & RA
GPRS BSSGP L3
Gen Net IW scenarios
Gen Net IW scenarios
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Sep 1994
Pub July 1995
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Mar 1997
OAP version
Pub Feb 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub Nov 1995
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Work stopped
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Dec 1996
Pub July 1995
UAP version
Pub Nov 1995
UAP version
Pub Sep 1996
Unpublished
UAP version
Pub Jan 1997
UAP version
Page 24
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After
SMG #
DGTS/SMG-030820Q SMG#20
RGTS/SMGSMG#21
030820QR
RGTS/SMGSMG#22
030820QR1
RGTS/SMGSMG#24
030820QR2
DTS/SMG-030820Q7 SMG#27
DE/SMG-030851P
SMG#7
RE/SMG-030851P
SMG#13
DGTS/SMG-030851Q SMG#20
DE/SMG-030852P
SMG#7
RE/SMG-030852P
SMG#13
RE/SMG-030852PR2 SMG#15
DGTS/SMG-030852Q SMG#20
DE/SMG-030854P
SMG#7
RE/SMG-030854P
SMG#13
DGTS/SMG-030854Q SMG#16
DE/SMG-030856P
SMG#8
DGTS/SMG-030856Q SMG#20
DE/SMG-030858P
SMG#10
RE/SMG-030858P
SMG#13
RE/SMG-030858PR2 SMG#15
RE/SMG-030858PR3 SMG#16
DGTS/SMG-030858Q SMG#16
RGTS/SMGSMG#17
030858QR
RGTS/SMGSMG#19
030858QR1
RGTS/SMGSMG#21
030858QR2
RGTS/SMGSMG#22
030858QR3
RGTS/SMGSMG#23
030858QR3
RGTS/SMGSMG#24
030858QR4
RGTS/SMGSMG#25
030858QR4
RGTS/SMGSMG#26
030858QR5
DTS/SMG-030858Q6 SMG#26
DE/SMG-030860P
SMG#7
RE/SMG-030860P
SMG#13
RE/SMG-020860PR1 SMG#22
RE/SMG-020860PR1 SMG#23
RE/SMG-020860PR1 SMG#23
DE/SMG-020860Q
SMG#17
DE/SMG-020860Q
SMG#19
DE/SMG-020860Q
SMG#20
DE/SMG-020860Q
SMG#20
RE/SMG-020860QR1 SMG#22
RE/SMG-020860QR1 SMG#22
DE/SMG-030861P
SMG#13
DE/SMG-030861P
SMG#13
DE/SMG-030861P
SMG#13
DE/SMG-020861Q
SMG#20
DE/SMG-020861Q
SMG#20
DTS/SMG-030864Q6 SMG#22
DTR/SMG-030901P SMG#9
DTR/SMG-030901Q SMG#20
RE/SMG-030902PR1 SMG#13
RE/SMG-030902PR2 SMG#14
RE/SMG-030902PR2 SMG#14
RE/SMG-030902PR3 SMG#16
RE/SMG-030902PR3 SMG#16
RE/SMG-030902PR4 SMG#17
RE/SMG-030902PR4 SMG#19
RE/SMG-030902PR4 SMG#19
RE/SMG-030902PR5 SMG#20
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
09.02
4.15.1
4.16.0
4.16.1
4.17.0
4.17.1
4.18.0
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.10.0
5.2.0
5.3.0
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
5.8.0
5.8.1
5.9.0
6.0.0
6.0.0D1
6.1.0
6.1.1
6.2.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
ETS 300 599 Ed5
ETS 300 599 Ed6
ETS 300 599 Ed6
ETS 300 599 Ed7
ETS 300 599 Ed7
ETS 300 599 Ed8
ETS 300 599
GTS 09.02
GTS 09.02
ETS 300 974 Ed6
GTS 09.02
GTS 09.02
ETS 300 974
ETS 300 974
ETS 300 974 Ed2
ETS 300 974 Ed2
ETS 300 974 Ed2
ETS 300 974 Ed3
ETS 300 974 Ed3
ETS 300 974 Ed4
ETS 300 974 Ed4
ETS 300 974 Ed4
ETS 300 974 Ed5
TS 100 974
TS 100 974
TS 100 974
TS 100 974
TS 100 974
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
MAP
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Unpublished
Pub Feb 1995
Unpublished
Unpublished
OAP version
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Oct 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub July 1998?
OAP version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Pub?
09.03
09.03
09.04
09.04
09.05
09.05
09.06
09.06
09.06
09.06
09.06
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
4.0.3
5.0.0
4.0.2
5.0.0
4.4.2
5.0.0
4.4.1
4.5.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.2
4.10.0
4.11.0
4.12.0
4.12.1
4.7.1
4.8.0
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 600
GTS 09.03
ETS 300 601
GTS 09.04
ETS 300 602
GTS 09.05
ETS 300 603
ETS 300 603 Am1
GTS 09.06
ETS 300 975
ETS 300 975
ETS 300 604 Ed4
ETS 300 604 Ed5
ETS 300 604 Ed6
ETS 300 604 Ed6
ETS 300 604
ETS 300 604 Ed2
ETS 300 604 Ed3
GTS 09.07
GTS 09.07
Sig IW-ISDN,PSTN,PLMN
Sig IW-ISDN,PSTN,PLMN
IW PLMN-CSPDN
IW PLMN-CSPDN
IW PLMN-PSPDN, PAD
IW PLMN-PSPDN, PAD
IW PLMN-PSPDN/ISDN
IW PLMN-PSPDN/ISDN
IW PLMN-PSPDN/ISDN
IW PLMN-PSPDN/ISDN
IW PLMN-PSPDN/ISDN
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Dec 1996
Pub Sep 1994
Pub Mar 1995
Pub July 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub May 1996
Pub Oct 1996
UAP version
Pub May 1997
Pub Oct 1994
Pub July 1995
Pub Sep 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
09.07
5.1.0
Phase 2+
GTS 09.07
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
Pub May 1996
09.07
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 09.07
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
Pub July 1996
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.07
09.08
09.08
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
5.7.1
4.1.1
5.0.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
ETS 300 976
ETS 300 976
ETS 300 976 Ed2
ETS 300 976 Ed2
ETS 300 976 Ed3
ETS 300 976 Ed3
ETS 300 976 Ed4
ETS 300 976 Ed4
ETS 300 976 Ed5
ETS 300 976 Ed5
ETS 300 976 Ed6
ETS 300 976 Ed6
ETS 300 626
GTS 09.08
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
IW PLMN-ISDN or PSTN,
BSSAP on E-Interface
BSSAP on E-Interface
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Sep 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
OAP version
Pub July 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Pub July 1995
Pub Dec 1996
Page 25
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RE/SMG-030902PR5
RE/SMG-030902PR6
RE/SMG-030902PR6
RE/SMG-030902PR7
RE/SMG-030902PR7
RE/SMG-030902PR8
DE/SMG-030902P
DGTS/SMG-030902Q
DGTS/SMG-030902Q
RE/SMG-030902QR5
DGTS/SMG-030902Q
DGTS/SMG-030902Q
DE/SMG-030902QR
DE/SMG-030902QR
RE/SMG-030902QR1
RE/SMG-030902QR1
RE/SMG-030902QR1
RE/SMG-030902QR2
RE/SMG-030902QR2
RE/SMG-030902QR3
RE/SMG-030902QR3
RE/SMG-030902QR3
RE/SMG-030902QR4
DTS/SMG-030902Q6
DTS/SMG-030902Q6
DTS/SMG-030902Q6
DTS/SMG-030902Q6
RTS/SMG030902Q6R1
DE/SMG-030903P
DGTS/SMG-030903Q
DE/SMG-040904P
DGTS/SMG-040904Q
DE/SMG-040905P
DGTS/SMG-040905Q
DE/SMG-040906P
RE/SMG-040906P
DGTS/SMG-040906Q
DE/SMG-040906Q
DE/SMG-040906Q
RE/SMG-040907PR3
RE/SMG-040907PR4
RE/SMG-040907PR5
RE/SMG-040907PR5
DE/SMG-040907P
RE/SMG-040907P
RE/SMG-040907PR2
DGTS/SMG-040907Q
RGTS/SMG040907QR
RGTS/SMG040907QR1
RGTS/SMG040907QR2
DE/SMG-040907QR2
DE/SMG-040907QR2
RE/SMG-040907QR3
RE/SMG-040907QR3
RE/SMG-040907QR4
RE/SMG-040907QR4
RE/SMG-040907QR5
RE/SMG-040907QR5
RE/SMG-040907QR6
RE/SMG-040907QR6
RE/SMG-040907QR7
RE/SMG-040907QR7
DE/SMG-030908P
DGTS/SMG-030908Q
After
SMG #
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#12
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#26
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#24
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#9
SMG#20
SMG#9
SMG#20
SMG#9
SMG#20
SMG#9
SMG#12
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#16
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#10
SMG#13
SMG#14
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#13
SMG#20
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
09.08
5.1.0
Phase 2+
GTS 09.08
BSSAP on E-Interface
Pub Apr 1997
09.10
09.10
09.10
09.10
09.10
09.10
4.2.2
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.4.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 605
ETS 300 605 Ed2
ETS 300 605 Ed3
ETS 300 605 Ed3
GTS 09.10
GTS 09.10
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
Pub Feb 1995
Pub Sep 1996
OAP version
Pub May 1998
Pub Mar 1996
Pub May 1996
09.10
5.2.0
Phase 2+
GTS 09.10
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
Pub Nov 1997
09.10
6.0.0
R97
GTS 09.10
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
Unpublished
09.10
09.11
09.11
09.11
09.11
09.11
09.11
6.0.1
4.4.1
4.5.0
4.6.0
4.6.1
5.0.0
5.1.0
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 100 605
ETS 300 606
ETS 300 606 Am1
ETS 300 606 Ed2
ETS 300 606 Ed2
GTS 09.11
GTS 09.11
mapping MS-BSS BSS-MSC
Signalling IW for SS
Signalling IW for SS
Signalling IW for SS
Signalling IW for SS
Signalling IW for SS
Signalling IW for SS
Pub July 1998
Pub Feb 1995
Pub July 1995
UAP version
Pub Dec 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub July 1996
09.11
09.12
09.12
09.12
09.12
6.0.0
4.0.0
4.1.0
4.1.1
4.2.0
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Signalling IW for SS
ISUP v2 for ISDN-PLMN
ISUP v2 for ISDN-PLMN
ISUP v2 for ISDN-PLMN
ISUP v2 for ISDN-PLMN
Pub July 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub May 1997
Unpublished
09.13
09.16
09.16
09.18
09.18
09.18
6.0.0
6.0.0
6.0.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
TS 100 606
ETS 300 646-1
ETS 300 646-1
ETS 300 646-1
ETS 300 646-1
Ed2
TS 101 392
TS 101 345
TS 101 345
TS 101346
TS 101 346
TS 101 346
Sig I/W ASE and MAP
GPRS Gs inter lower layer and
GPRS Gs inter lower layer and
GPRS Gs inter app layer
GPRS Gs inter app layer
GPRS Gs inter app layer
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Pub Oct 1998
09.60
09.60
09.60
09.60
09.60
09.60
09.61
09.61
09.61
09.61
09.61
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
6.2.1
6.2.2
5.0.0
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
6.3.0
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R97
R97
EN 301 347
EN 301 347
EN 301 347
EN 301 347
EN 301 347
EN 301 347
TS 101 348
TS 101 348
TS 101 348
TS 101 348
TS 101 348
IW PLMN GPRS-PDN
IW PLMN GPRS-PDN
IW PLMN GPRS-PDN
IW PLMN GPRS-PDN
IW PLMN GPRS-PDN
IW PLMN GPRS-PDN
GPRS PDN
GPRS PDN
GPRS PDN
GPRS PDN
GPRS PDN
Unpublished
Unpublished
PE version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Sept 1998
Pub Oct 1998
09.78
09.78
09.78
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.1.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 101 046
TS 101 046
TS 101 046
CAMEL CAP
CAMEL CAP
CAMEL CAP
Unpublished
Pub Apr 1997
Pub Aug 1997
09.78
5.2.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 046
CAMEL CAP
Pub Nov 1997
09.78
5.3.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 046
CAMEL CAP
Pub Jan 1998
09.78
5.4.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 046
CAMEL CAP
Unpublished
09.78
5.5.0
Phase 2+
TS 101 046
CAMEL CAP
Pub July 1998
09.78
09.78
09.78
6.0.0
6.1.0
6.2.0
R97
R97
R97
TS 101 046
TS 101 046
TS 101 046
CAMEL CAP
CAMEL CAP
CAMEL CAP
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Unpublished
09.78
6.2.1
R97
TS 101 046
CAMEL CAP
Pub Nov 1998 ?
09.90
09.90
09.90
4.1.0
4.4.1
4.5.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETR 111
ETR 111 Ed2
ETR 111 Ed3
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
Pub Oct 1993
Pub Apr 1995
Pub Aug 1995
09.90
4.6.0
Phase 2
ETR 111 Ed4
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
Pub Nov 1995
Page 26
ETSI Reference
RGTS/SMG030908QR
DE/SMG-030910P
RE/SMG-030910P
RE/SMG-030910PR1
RE/SMG-030910PR1
DGTS/SMG-030910Q
RGTS/SMG030910QR
RGTS/SMG030910QR1
RGTS/SMG030910Q6
DTS/SMG-030910Q6
DE/SMG-030911P
RE/SMG-030911P
RE/SMG-030911PR2
RE/SMG-030911PR2
DGTS/SMG-030911Q
RGTS/SMG030911QR1
DTS/SMG-030911Q6
DE/SPS-01023
DE/SPS-01023
DE/SPS-01023
REN/SPS-01047-1
DTS/SMG-030913Q7
DTS/SMG-030916Q6
DTS/SMG-030916Q6
DTS/SMG-030918Q6
DTS/SMG-030918Q6
RTS/SMG030918Q6R1
DEN/SMG-030960Q6
DEN/SMG-030960Q6
DEN/SMG-030960Q6
DEN/SMG-030960Q6
DEN/SMG-030960Q6
DEN/SMG-030960Q6
DTS/SMG-040961Q6
DTS/SMG-040961Q6
DTS/SMG-040961Q6
RTS/SMG-040961Q6
RTS/SMG040961Q6R1
DTS/SMG-030978Q
DTS/SMG-030978Q
RTS/SMG030978QR1
RTS/SMG030978QR2
RTS/SMG030978QR3
RTS/SMG030978QR4
RTS/SMG030978QR5
RTS/SMG-030978Q6
RTS/SMG-030978Q6
RTS/SMG030978Q6R1
RTS/SMG030978Q6R1
DTR/SMG-000990P
RTR/SMG-000990P
RTR/SMG000990PR2
RTR/SMG000990PR3
After
SMG #
SMG#21
SMG#10
SMG#17
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#12
SMG#13
SMG#19
SMG#19
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#26
SMG#22
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#8
SMG#11
SMG#16
SMG#17
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
After
SMG #
SMG#18
09.90
4.7.0
Phase 2
ETR 111 Ed5
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
Pub May 1996
09.90
4.8.0
Phase 2
ETR 111 Ed6
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
Pub Aug 1996
09.90
09.90
09.90
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETR 111 Ed7
GTS 09.90
GTS 09.90
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
IW Ph1 infastr & Ph2 MS
Pub Oct 1997
Pub Mar 1996
Unpublished
09.91
09.91
09.94
09.94
09.94
4.0.1
5.0.0
4.1.0
4.2.0
4.3.0
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETR 174
ETR xxx
ETR 200
ETR 200 Ed2
ETR 200 Ed3
IW SIM/ME Int Ph1 & Ph2
IW SIM/ME Int Ph1 & Ph2
Phase 1 MS faults
Phase 1 MS faults
Phase 1 MS faults
Pub Apr 1995
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1995
Pub Nov 1995
Pub Aug 1996
09.94
4.4.0
Phase 2
ETR 200 Ed4
Phase 1 MS faults
Unpublished
09.94
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.01
10.02
5.0.0
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2.0
0.0.3
1.0.0
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETR 361
TC-TR 010
TC-TR 010
Miscellaneous
TS 101 xxx
Miscellaneous
Phase 1 MS faults
Ph 2+ feature descripts
Ph 2+ feature descripts
Ph 2+ feature descripts
Options & realeases
MAP Information
Pub Dec 1996
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1996
Unpublished
Draft
Unpublished
10.20
10.20
10.31
10.43
10.56
10.57
10.60
10.60
10.60
10.60
10.60
10.68
5.0.0
5.0.1
5.0.0
1.2.0
1.0.0
7.0.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
5.3.0
6.0.0
5.0.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2/2+
Phase 2+
R98
R98
R98
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
Phase 2+
ETR 363
ETR 363
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Lawful Intercept reqmts
Lawful Intercept reqmts
Fraud Info Gat (FIG) Prjt
SoLSA Project
CTS Project
Mexe Project
GPRS Project
GPRS Project
GPRS Project
GPRS Project
GPRS Project
ASCI Introduction
Unpublished
Pub Jan 1997
Unpublished
Draft
Draft
Draft
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
10.78
11.10
11.10-1
11.10-1
1.6.0
4.9.0
4.13.0
4.14.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
CAMEL PH 2 Project
MS Conformance
MS Conformance
MS Conformance
Unpublished
PE version
Pub Mar 1996
Unpublished
11.10-1
4.15.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance
Pub Nov 1996
RE/SMG-071110P-1
11.10-1
4.16.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance
UAP version
RE/SMG-071110PR-1 SMG#19
11.10-1
4.16.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance
Pub Jan 1997
RE/SMG-071110PR-1 SMG#19
11.10-1
4.17.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance
UAP version
11.10-1
4.17.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance
Pub May 1997
11.10-1
4.18.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance
OAP version
11.10-1
4.18.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance
Pub Sep 1997
11.10-1
4.19.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance
OAP version
11.10-1
4.19.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance
Pub Jan 1998
11.10-1
4.20.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance
OAP version
11.10-1
4.20.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance
Pub Apr 1998
11.10-1
4.21.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance
OAP version
11.10-1
4.21.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance
Pub Aug 1998
11.10-1
4.22.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance
OAP version
11.10-1
4.22.1
Phase 2
Miscellaneous
I-ETS 300 607-1
ETS 300 607-1
ETS 300 607-1
Ed2
ETS 300 607-1
Ed2
ETS 300 607-1
Ed3
ETS 300 607-1
Ed3
ETS 300 607-1
Ed4
ETS 300 607-1
Ed4
ETS 300 607-1
Ed5
ETS 300 607-1
Ed5
ETS 300 607-1
Ed6
ETS 300 607-1
Ed6
ETS 300 607-1
Ed7
ETS 300 607-1
Ed7
ETS 300 607-1
Ed8
ETS 300 607-1
Ed8
ETS 300 607-1
Ed9
ETS 300 607-1
Ed9
RTR/SMG000990PR4
RTR/SMG000990PR5
RTR/SMG-000990PR
DGTS/SMG-000990Q
RGTS/SMG000990QR1
DTR/SMG-090991P
DTR/SMG-090991Q
DTR/SMG-000994P
RTR/SMG-000994P
RTR/SMG000994PR2
RTR/SMG000994PR3
DTR/SMG-030994Q
DTR/SMG-001000Q
DTR/SMG-001000Q
MI/SMG-00Featre_Q
DTS/SMG-001001Q
MI/SMG00MAP_EX_Q
DTR/SMG-101020Q
DTR/SMG-101020Q
MI/SMG-00FIGS_Q
MI/SMG-00SoLSA_Q
MI/SMG-00CTS_Q
MI/SMG-00MEXE_Q
MI/SMG-00GPRS_Q
MI/SMG-00GPRS_Q
MI/SMG-00GPRS_Q
MI/SMG-00GPRS_Q
MI/SMG-00GPRS_Q
MI/SMG00ASCI_Ph2_Q
MI/SMG-00CAMEL_Q
DE/SMG-071110P-1
DE/SMG-071110P-1
RE/SMG-071110P-1
MS Conformance
Pub Oct 1998
RE/SMG-071110PR21
RE/SMG-071110PR21
RE/SMG-071110PR31
RE/SMG-071110PR31
RE/SMG-071110PR41
RE/SMG-071110PR41
RE/SMG-071110PR51
RE/SMG-071110PR51
RE/SMG-071110PR61
RE/SMG-071110PR61
RE/SMG-071110PR71
RE/SMG-071110PR71
Page 27
SMG#19
SMG#23
SMG#17
SMG#22
SMG#10
SMG#20
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#19
SMG#23
SMG#20
SMG#19
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
MS Conformance
OAP version
Phase 2+
ETS 300 6071Ed10
EN
MS Conformance
Unpublished
5.1.0
5.2.0
5.3.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
TS 100 607-1
TS 100 607-1
TS 100 607-1
MS Conformance
MS Conformance
MS Conformance
Pub May 1997
Pub Aug 1997
Pub Nov 1997
11.10-1
5.4.0
Phase 2+
TS 100 607-1
MS Conformance
Pub Feb 1998
11.10-1
5.5.0
Phase 2+
EN 301 607-1
MS Conformance
OAP version
11.10-1
5.5.1
Phase 2+
EN 301 607-1
MS Conformance
Pub Oct 1998
11.10-1
5.6.0
Phase 2+
EN 301 607-1
MS Conformance
OAP version
11.10-1
6.0.0
R97
EN
MS Conformance (GPRS)
Draft
11.10-2
11.10-2
11.10-2
4.14.0
4.15.0
5.0.0 ?
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
ETS 300 607-2
ETS 300 607-2
EN 301 607-2
MS Conformance PICS
MS Conformance PICS
MS Conformance PICS
PE version
Pub Oct 1996
Draft
11.10-2
6.0.0
R97
EN
MS Conform PICS (GPRS)
Draft
11.10-3
11.10-3
11.10-3
4.14.0
4.15.0
4.16.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
MS Conformance TTCN
MS Conformance TTCN
PE version
Pub Sep 1996
UAP version
11.10-3
4.16.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
Pub Jan 1997
RE/SMG-071110P-3
SMG#19
11.10-3
4.17.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
UAP version
4.17.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
Pub May 1997
11.10-3
4.18.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
OAP version
11.10-3
4.18.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
Pub Sep 1997
11.10-3
4.19.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
OAP version
11.10-3
4.19.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
Pub Jan 1998
11.10-3
4.20.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
OAP version
11.10-3
4.20.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
Pub Apr 1998
11.10-3
4.21.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
OAP version
11.10-3
4.21.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
Pub Aug 1998
11.10-3
4.22.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
OAP version
11.10-3
4.22.1
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
Pub Oct 1998
11.10-3
4.23.0
Phase 2
MS Conformance TTCN
OAP version
11.10-3
5.0.0
Phase 2+
MS Conformance TTCN
Unpublished
11.10-3
6.0.0
R97
EN
MS ConformTTCN (GPRS)
Draft
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
4.13.0
4.13.1
4.14.0
4.15.0
4.16.0
4.17.0
4.18.0
4.18.1
4.18.2
4.18.3
4.19.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETS 300 608
ETS 300 608
ETS 300 608 Am1
ETS 300 608 Ed2
ETS 300 608 Ed3
ETS 300 608 Edx
ETS 300 608 Ed4
ETS 300 608 Ed5
ETS 300 608 Ed6
ETS 300 608 Ed6
ETS 300 608 Ed7
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
Vote version
Pub Jan 1995
Pub July 1995
Pub Jan 1996
Pub May 1996
Unpublished
Pub Dec 1996
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
RE/SMG-071110PR13
RE/SMG-071110PR13
RE/SMG-071110PR23
RE/SMG-071110PR23
RE/SMG-071110PR33
RE/SMG-071110PR33
RE/SMG-071110PR43
RE/SMG-071110PR43
RE/SMG-071110PR53
RE/SMG-071110PR53
RE/SMG-071110PR63
RE/SMG-071110PR63
RE/SMG-071110PR73
DEN/SMG-071110Q3
DEN/SMG071110Q6-3
DE/SMG-091111P
DE/SMG-091111P
RE/SMG-091111P1
RE/SMG-091111PR2
RE/SMG-091111PR3
RE/SMG-091111PR4
RE/SMG-091111PR4
RE/SMG-091111PR5
RE/SMG-091111PR6
RE/SMG-091111PR6
RE/SMG-091111PR7
SMG#20
11.10-3
ETS 300 607-3
ETS 300 607-3
ETS 300 607-3
Ed2
ETS 300 607-3
Ed2
ETS 300 607-3
Ed3
ETS 300 607-3
Ed3
ETS 300 607-3
Ed4
ETS 300 607-3
Ed4
ETS 300 607-3
Ed5
ETS 300 607-3
Ed5
ETS 300 607-3
Ed6
ETS 300 607-3
Ed6
ETS 300 607-3
Ed7
ETS 300 607-3
Ed7
ETS 300 607-3
Ed8
ETS 300 607-3
Ed8
ETS 300 607-3
Ed9
EN
After
SMG #
RE/SMG-071110PR8- SMG#26
1
DEN/SMG-071110Q- SMG#20
1
?
DTS/SMG-071110Q-1 SMG#21
RTS/SMG-071110Q-1 SMG#22
RTS/SMGSMG#23
071110QR1-1
RTS/SMGSMG#24
071110QR2-1
DEN/SMGSMG#25
071110QR3-1
DEN/SMGSMG#25
071110QR3-1
REN/SMGSMG#26
071110QR4-1
DEN/SMGSMG#28
071110Q6-1
?
DE/SMG-071110P-2 SMG#17
DE/SMG-071110P-2 SMG#18
DEN/SMG-071110Q- SMG#25
2
?
DEN/SMGSMG#28
071110Q6-2
?
DE/SMG-071110P-3 SMG#17
DE/SMG-071110P-3 SMG#18
RE/SMG-071110P-3 SMG#19
11.10-1
4.23.0
Phase 2
11.10-1
5.0.0
11.10-1
11.10-1
11.10-1
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Page 28
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#28
?
SMG#
SMG#12
SMG#13
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
Publication notes
After
SMG #
SMG#22
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#
SMG#16
SMG#17
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
4.19.1
4.20.0
4.20.1
4.9.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 608 Ed7
ETS 300 608 Ed8
ETS 300 608 Ed8
ETS 300 608
GTS 11.11
GTS 11.11
11.11
11.11
5.10.0
5.2.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
ETS 300 977 Ed5 SIM ME interface
GTS 11.11
SIM ME interface
OAP version
Unpublished
11.11
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 11.11
SIM ME interface
Pub July 1996
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.11
11.12
11.12
11.12
11.12
11.12
11.12
11.12
11.12
11.12
5.4.0
5.4.1
5.5.0
5.5.1
5.6.0
5.6.1
5.7.0
5.8.0
5.9.0
5.9.1
6.0.0
6.1.0
7.0.0
7.1.0
4.0.0
4.1.0
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2.0
4.2.1
4.3.0
4.3.1
5.0.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
R97
R98
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
ETS 300 977
ETS 300 977
ETS 300 977 Ed2
ETS 300 977 Ed2
ETS 300 977 Ed3
ETS 300 977 Ed3
ETS 300 977 Ed4
ETS 300 977 Ed4
ETS 300 977 Ed4
ETS 300 977 Ed4
TS 100 977
TS 100 977
TS 100 977
TS 100 977
ETS 300 641
ETS 300 641
ETS 300 641
ETS 300 641
ETS 300 641 Ed2
ETS 300 641 Ed2
ETS 300 641 Ed3
ETS 300 641 Ed3
Miscellaneous
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
SIM ME interface
3V SIM-ME
3V SIM-ME
3V SIM-ME
3V SIM-ME
3V SIM-ME
3V SIM-ME
3V SIM-ME
3V SIM-ME
3V SIM-ME
UAP version
Pub May 1997
OAP version
Pub Oct 1997
OAP version
Pub Jan 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Dec 1996
OAP version
Pub Aug 1997
OAP version
Pub Mar 1998
Unpublished
11.14
11.14
11.14
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
GTS 11.14
GTS 11.14
GTS 11.14
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1996
Pub Dec 1996
11.14
5.3.0
Phase 2+
GTS 11.14
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Pub Apr 1997
11.14
5.4.0
Phase 2+
GTS 11.14
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Pub July 1997
11.14
5.5.0
Phase 2+
GTS 11.14
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Unpublished
11.14
5.6.0
Phase 2+
GTS 11.14
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Unpublished
11.14
5.7.0
R96
GTS 11.14
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Pub Apr 1998
11.14
5.8.0
R96
GTS 11.14
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Pub July 1998
11.14
5.9.0
R96
GTS 11.14
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Pub Nov 1998?
11.14
11.14
6.0.0
6.1.0
R97
R97
TS 101 267
TS 101 267
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Pub Apr 1998
Pub July 1998
11.14
6.2.0
R97
TS 101 267
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Pub Nov 1998?
11.14
11.14
11.15
7.0.0
7.1.0
2.0.0
R98
R98
Phase 2+
TS 101 267
TS 101 267
Miscellaneous
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
Phase 2+ SIM app Tool kit
SIM TK security feasibility
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
11.17
11.18
1.0.0
1.0.0
R98
R98
EN 301 086
EN 301 116
SIM test
1.8V SIM-ME
Draft
Draft
RE/SMG-091111PR7
RE/SMG-091111PR8
RE/SMG-091111PR8
DE/SMG-091111P
DGTS/SMG-091111Q
RGTS/SMG091111QR
RE/SMG-091111QR6
RGTS/SMG091111QR
RGTS/SMG091111QR1
DE/SMG-091111QR2
DE/SMG-091111QR2
RE/SMG-091111QR3
RE/SMG-091111QR3
RE/SMG-091111QR4
RE/SMG-091111QR4
RE/SMG-091111QR5
RE/SMG-091111QR5
RE/SMG-091111QR5
RE/SMG-091111QR5
DTS/SMG-091111Q6
DTS/SMG-091111Q6
DTS/SMG-091111Q7
DTS/SMG-091111Q7
DE/SMG-091112Q
DE/SMG-091112Q
DE/SMG-091112Q
DE/SMG-091112Q
RE/SMG-091112QR
RE/SMG-091112QR
RE/SMG-091112QR1
RE/SMG-091112QR1
MI/SMG00SIM_3V_Q
DGTS/SMG-091114Q
DGTS/SMG-091114Q
RGTS/SMG091114QR
RGTS/SMG091114QR1
RGTS/SMG091114QR2
RGTS/SMG091114QR3
RGTS/SMG091114QR3
RGTS/SMG091114QR3
RGTS/SMG091114QR4
RGTS/SMG091114QR5
DTS/SMG-091114Q6
DTS/SMG091114Q6R1
RTS/SMG091114Q6R2
DTS/SMG-091114Q7
DTS/SMG-091114Q7
MI/SMG00SIM_TK_Q
DEN/SMG-091117P
DEN/SMG-091118Q
11.21
4.10.0
Phase 2
BSS Radio aspects
OAP version
RI/SMG-081121PR3
11.21
4.10.1
Phase 2
I-ETS 300 6091Ed5
I-ETS 300 6091Ed5
SMG#23
SMG#28
?
SMG#25
BSS Radio aspects
Pub Oct 1998
RI/SMG-081121PR3
SMG#25
Page 29
Pub Jan 1998
OAP version
Pub Oct 1998
PE version
Pub Jan 1996
Pub Mar 1996
ETSI Reference
SMG#26
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#15
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#19
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#20
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#22
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
11.21
4.11.0
Phase 2
11.21
11.21
11.21
11.21
4.4.1
4.5.0
4.6.0
4.7.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
11.21
4.7.1
Phase 2
11.21
4.8.0
Phase 2
11.21
4.8.1
Phase 2
11.21
4.9.1
Phase 2
11.21
4.9.2
Phase 2
11.21
11.21
11.21
11.21
11.21
11.21
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.2.0
5.3.0
5.3.1
5.4.0
Phase 2+
Phase 2&2+
Phase 2&2+
Phase 2&2+
Phase 2&2+
Phase 2&2+
11.22
11.22
11.22
11.22
11.23
11.23
11.23
11.23
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.5.0
4.6.0
4.6.1
4.7.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
11.23
4.7.1
Phase 2
11.23
4.8.0
Phase 2
11.23
4.9.0
Phase 2
11.23
4.9.1
Phase 2
11.24
11.24
11.24
11.24
11.24
11.26
11.26
11.26
11.26
11.26
4.0.0
4.1.0
4.1.1
4.2.0
4.3.0
4.2.0
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.3.0
5.0.1
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2/2+
11.26
5.0.2
Phase 2/2+
11.26
5.1.0
Phase 2/2+
11.26
5.1.1
Phase 2/2+
11.26
5.2.0
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
12.01
12.01
12.01
12.02
12.02
12.02
4.3.0
4.5.0
4.5.1
4.6.0
4.3.1
4.4.0
4.4.1
4.4.0
4.5.0
4.6.0
Phase
2&/2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
I-ETS 300 6091Ed6
I-ETS 300 609-1
I-ETS 300 609-1
I-ETS 300 609-1
I-ETS 300 6091Ed2
I-ETS 300 6091Ed2
I-ETS 300 6091Ed3
I-ETS 300 6091Ed3
I-ETS 300 6091Ed4
I-ETS 300 6091Ed4
TS 101 087
EN 301 087
EN 301 087
EN 301 087
EN 301 087
EN 301 087
BSS Radio aspects
OAP version
RI/SMG-081121PR4
After
SMG #
SMG#26
BSS Radio aspects
BSS Radio aspects
BSS Radio aspects
BSS Radio aspects
PE version
Unpublished
Pub Sep 1996
UAP version
DI/SMG-081121P
DI/SMG-081121P
DI/SMG-081121P
RI/SMG-081121P
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#20
BSS Radio aspects
Pub Apr 1997
RI/SMG-081121P
SMG#20
BSS Radio aspects
OAP version
RI/SMG-081121PR1
SMG#22
BSS Radio aspects
Pub Feb 1998
RI/SMG-081121PR1
SMG#22
BSS Radio aspects
OAP version
RI/SMG-081121PR2
SMG#23
BSS Radio aspects
Pub July 1998
RI/SMG-081121PR2
SMG#23
BSS Radio aspects
BSS Radio aspects
BSS Radio aspects
BSS Radio aspects
BSS Radio aspects
BSS Radio aspects
Pub Aug 1997
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Nov 1998 ?
OAP version
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#26
ETR
ETR
TR
TR 101 075
ETS 300 609-2
ETS 300 609-2
ETS 300 609-2
ETS 300 609-2
Ed2
ETS 300 609-2
Ed2
ETS 300 609-2
Ed3
ETS 300 609-2
Ed3
ETS 300 609-2
Ed3
ETS 300 609-3
ETS 300 609-3
ETS 300 609-3
ETS 300 609-3
ETS 300 609-3
ETS 300 609-4
ETS 300 609-4
ETS 300 609-4
ETS 300 609-4
ETS 300 609-4
Ed2
ETS 300 609-4
Ed2
ETS 300 609-4
Ed3
ETS 300 609-4
Ed3
ETS 300 609-4
Ed4
ETS 300 612-1
ETS 300 612-1
ETS 300 612-1
ETS 300 612-1
ETS 300 612-2
ETS 300 612-2
ETS 300 612-2
ETS 300 613
ETS 300 613
ETS 300 613
BTS Ancillary Equip
BTS Ancillary Equip
BTS Ancillary Equip
BTS Ancillary Equip
BTS Sig Aspects
BTS Sig Aspects
BTS Sig Aspects
BTS Sig Aspects
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub June 1997
PE version
Vote version
Pub June 1997
OAP version
DTS/SMG-081121Q
DEN/SMG-081121Q
DEN/SMG-081121Q
DEN/SMG-081121Q
DEN/SMG-081121Q
REN/SMG081121QR1
DTR/SMG-081122P
DTR/SMG-081122P
DTR/SMG-081122P
DTR/SMG-081122P
DE/SMG-081123P
DE/SMG-081123P
DE/SMG-081123P
RE/SMG-081123PR1
BTS Sig Aspects
Pub Feb 1998
RE/SMG-081123PR1 SMG#22
BTS Sig Aspects
Unpublished
RE/SMG-081123PR2 SMG#23
BTS Sig Aspects
OAP version
RE/SMG-081123PR2 SMG#25
BTS Sig Aspects
Pub Oct 1998
RE/SMG-081123PR2 SMG#25
BSS Full-rate speech
BSS Full-rate speech
BSS Full-rate speech
BSS Full-rate speech
BSS Full-rate speech
GSM Repeaters
GSM Repeaters
GSM Repeaters
GSM Repeaters
GSM Repeaters
Unpublished
PE version
Unpublished
Unpublished
Vote version
PE version
Vote version
Pub Jan 1997
Unpublished
OAP version
DE/SMG-081124P
DE/SMG-081124P
DE/SMG-081124P
DE/SMG-081124P
DE/SMG-081124P
DE/SMG-081126P
DE/SMG-081126P
DE/SMG-081126P
RE/SMG-081126PQ
RE/SMG-081126PQ
SMG#14
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#23
SMG#23
GSM Repeaters
Pub July 1998
RE/SMG-081126PQ
SMG#23
GSM Repeaters
OAP version
SMG#25
GSM Repeaters
Pub Oct 1998
GSM Repeaters
OAP version
Objctves & struct of NM
Objctves & struct of NM
Objctves & struct of NM
Objctves & struct of NM
NM aspts GSM/DCS 1800
NM aspts GSM/DCS 1800
NM aspts GSM/DCS 1800
Sub, ME & ser data admin
Sub, ME & ser data admin
Sub, ME & ser data admin
PE version
Vote version
Pub Aug 1996
Unpublished
PE version
Vote version
Pub Aug 1996
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
RE/SMG081126PQR1
RE/SMG081126PQR1
RE/SMG081126PQR2
DE/SMG-061200P
DE/SMG-061200P
DE/SMG-061200P
DE/SMG-061200P
DE/SMG-061201P
DE/SMG-061201P
DE/SMG-061201P
DE/SMG-061202P
DE/SMG-061202P
DE/SMG-061202P
Page 30
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#19
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#15
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#23
SMG#11
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#15
SMG#16
SMG#17
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
12.02
12.02
12.02
12.03
12.03
12.03
12.04
12.04
12.04
12.05
12.05
12.05
12.05
12.05
12.05
12.05
12.05
12.06
12.06
12.06
12.08
12.08
12.08
12.08
12.08
12.08
12.08
12.08
12.08
12.08
12.11
12.11
12.11
12.11
12.11
4.6.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
4.1.1
4.2.0
4.2.1
4.2.1
4.3.0
4.3.1
4.1.1
4.2.0
4.2.1
4.3.0
4.3.1
5.0.0
5.0.1
6.0.0
4.0.2
4.1.0
4.1.1
4.2.1
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.4.1
4.5.0
4.5.1
4.6.0
5.0.0
5.1.0
5.1.1
4.0.0
4.1.0
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2.0
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
R97
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
ETS 300 613
TS 100 613
TS 100 613
ETS 300 614
ETS 300 614
ETS 300 614
ETS 300 615
ETS 300 615
ETS 300 615
ETS 300 616
ETS 300 616
ETS 300 616
ETS 300 616 Ed2
ETS 300 616 Ed2
TS 100 616
TS 100 616
TS 100 616
ETS 300 617
ETS 300 617
ETS 300 617
ETS 300 627
ETS 300 627
ETS 300 627
ETS 300 627
ETS 300 627 Ed2
ETS 300 627 Ed2
ETS 300 627 Ed3
TS 100 627
TS 101 627
TS 101 627
EN 301 251
EN 301 251
EN 301 251
EN 301 251
EN 301 251
Sub, ME & ser data admin
Sub, ME & ser data admin
Sub, ME & ser data admin
Security management
Security management
Security management
Perf data measurements
Perf data measurements
Perf data measurements
Sub related event & call data
Sub related event & call data
Event & call data
Event & call data
Event & call data
Event & call data
Event & call data
Event & call data
GSM Net config & manage
GSM Net config & manage
GSM Net config & manage
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Sub and equip trace
Fault management of BSS
Fault management of BSS
Fault management of BSS
Fault management of BSS
Fault management of BSS
Pub June 1996
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub June 1996
PE version
Vote version
Pub Aug 1996
PE version
Vote version
Pub June 1996
OAP version
Pub Feb 1998
Unpublished
Pub Aug 1998
Pub Oct 1998
PE version
Vote version
Pub June 1996
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Mar 1997
OAP version
Pub Feb 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub July 1998
Unpublished
Unpublished
OAP version
Pub Dec 1997
OAP version
12.11
12.11
6.0.1
6.1.0
R97
R97
TS 101 251
TS 101 251
Fault management of BSS
Fault management of BSS
Pub July 1998
Pub Oct 1998
12.11
12.15
12.15
12.15
12.20
12.20
12.20
12.21
12.21
12.21
12.21
12.21
12.21
12.22
12.22
12.22
12.22
12.30
12.30
13.01-1
13.01-2
13.34
13.34
21.01
21.01
21.02
21.02
21.04
21.06
7.1.0D
6.0.0
6.1.0
7.0.0
4.1.2
4.2.0
4.2.1
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.6.0
5.0.0
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.1
4.2.0
4.0.0
4.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.1
3.0.0
3.0.1
3.0.0
3.0.1
1.0.0
3.0.0
R98
R97
R97
R98
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2+
Phase 2+
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
TS 101 251
TS 101 393
TS 101 393
TS 101 393
ETS 300 622
ETS 300 622
ETS 300 622
ETS 300 623
ETS 300 623
ETS 300 623
ETS 300 623
ETS 300 623 Ed2
TS 100 623
ETS 300 624
ETS 300 624
ETS 300 624
ETS 300 624
ETR 128
ETR 128 Ed2
TS 101 419
TS 101 431
EN 301 419-2
EN 301 419-2
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 111
TR 101 398
TR 101 398
TS 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
Fault management of BSS
GPRS charging
GPRS charging
GPRS charging
BSS Management Info
BSS Management Info
BSS Management Info
NM proc & A-bis Interface
NM proc & A-bis Interface
NM proc & A-bis Interface
NM proc & A-bis Interface
NM proc & A-bis Interface
NM proc & A-bis Interface
IW of NM proc & BSC
IW of NM proc & BSC
IW of NM proc & BSC
IW of NM proc & BSC
GDMO registration
GDMO registration
Attach reqs, Access
Attach reqs, Access
HSCSD TBR module Accsss
HSCSD TBR module Accsss
Requirements for UTRA
Requirements for UTRA
High level UTRA reqmnts
High level UTRA reqmnts
Requirements for Data
O&M requirements
Draft
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
PE version
Vote version
Pub June 1996
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub June 1996
Unpublished
Unpublished
PE version
Unpublished
Vote version
Pub Aug 1996
Pub Apr 1995
Pub July 1995
Pub Oct 1998
Pub Oct 1998
Unpublished
PE version
Unpublished
Pub Nov 1997
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1998
Draft
Unpublished
Page 31
ETSI Reference
DE/SMG-061202P
DTS/SMG-061202Q
DTS/SMG-061202Q
DE/SMG-061203P
DE/SMG-061203P
DE/SMG-061203P
DE/SMG-061204P
DE/SMG-061204P
DE/SMG-061204P
DE/SMG-061205P
DE/SMG-061205P
DE/SMG-061205P
RE/SMG-061205PR1
RE/SMG-061205PR1
DTS/SMG-061205Q
DTS/SMG-061205Q
RTS/SMG-061205Q6
DE/SMG-061206P
DE/SMG-061206P
DE/SMG-061206P
DE/SMG-061208P
DE/SMG-061208P
DE/SMG-061208P
DE/SMG-061208P
RE/SMG-061208PR1
RE/SMG-061208PR1
RE/SMG-061208PR2
DTS/SMG-061208Q
DTS/SMG-061208Q
DTS/SMG-061208Q
DEN/SMG-061211P
DEN/SMG-061211P
DEN/SMG-061211P
DEN/SMG-061211P
REN/SMG061211PR1
DTS/SMG-061211Q6
RTS/SMG061211Q6R1
DTS/SMG-061211Q7
DTS/SMG-061215Q6
DTS/SMG-061215Q6
DTS/SMG-061215Q7
DE/SMG-061220P
DE/SMG-061220P
DE/SMG-061220P
DE/SMG-061221P
DE/SMG-061221P
DE/SMG-061221P
DE/SMG-061221P
RE/SMG-061221PR
DTS/SMG-061221Q
DE/SMG-061222P
DE/SMG-061222P
DE/SMG-061222P
DE/SMG-061222P
DTR/SMG-061230P
RTR/SMG-061230P
DTS/SMG-071301-1P
DTS/SMG-071301-2P
DEN/SMG-071334Q
DEN/SMG-071334Q
DTR/SMG-022101U
DTR/SMG-022101U
DTR/SMG-022102U
DTR/SMG-022102U
DTS/SMG-042204U
DTR/SMG-062106U
After
SMG #
SMG#17
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#14
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#13
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#23
SMG#27
SMG#
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#20
SMG#20
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#25
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#22
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#28
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#21
SMG#21
SMG#
SMG#16
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#26
SMG#26
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#22
SMG#27
SMG#26
SMG#25
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
GSM No Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
ETSI Reference
22.00
1.0.0
UMTS
TS 101 xxx
UMTS Phase 1 Caps
Draft
DTS/SMG-012200U
22.01
3.0.0
UMTS
TS 101 xxx
UMTS Service principles
Unpublished
DTS/SMG-012201U
22.01
22.01
22.01
22.05
22.05
22.07
22.07
22.15
3.1.1
3.2.1
3.3.0
3.0.0
3.1.0
3.0.0
3.1.1
1.2.2
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
UMTS Service principles
UMTS Service principles
UMTS Service principles
Service & capabilities
Service & capabilities
Terminal concepts
Terminal concepts
Serv Aspts Sec & charging
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Draft
DTS/SMG-012201U
DTS/SMG-012201U
DTS/SMG-012201U
DTS/SMG-012205U
DTS/SMG-012205U
DTR/SMG-012207U
DTR/SMG-012207U
DTS/SMG-012215U
22.24
22.25
22.25
22.60
22.70
22.71
22.71
22.75
22.80
23.01
3.0.0
3.0.0
3.1.0
3.0.0
3.0.0
3.0.0
3.0.1
3.0.0
2.0.1
1.0.0
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
Charging & accounting
QoS & Net performance
QoS & Net performance
Mob MM Serv, Internet
VHE
Auto roaming relations
Auto roaming relations
Advanced addressing
UMTS/GSM/FPLMTS relations
General UMTS Architect
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Draft
DTR/SMG-012224U
DTR/SMG-012225U
DTR/SMG-012225U
DTR/SMG-012260U
DTR/SMG-012270U
DTR/SMG-012271U
DTR/SMG-012271U
DTR/SMG-012275U
DTR/SMG-012280U
DTS/SMG-122301U
23.05
0.10.0
UMTS
TS 101 xxx
Network principles
Draft
DTS/SMG-122305U
23.10
1.0.0
UMTS
TS 101 xxx
Draft
DTS/SMG-122310U
23.20
1.0.0
UMTS
TS 101 xxx
Access stratum-Services and
funct
GSM evolution to UMTS
Draft
DTS/SMG-122320U
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
30.01
30.01
30.01
30.01
30.03
30.03
30.03
3.0.0
3.2.0
3.3.0
3.4.0
3.5.0
3.6.0
3.0.0
3.1.0
3.2.0
3.3.0
3.0.0
3.1.0
3.2.0
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 112
TR 101 112
TR 101 112
UMTS Work program
UMTS Work program
UMTS Work program
UMTS Work program
UMTS Work program
UMTS Work program
UMTS baseline document
UMTS baseline document
UMTS baseline document
UMTS baseline document
UTRA radio selection proc
UTRA radio selection proc
UTRA radio selection proc
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Pub Nov 1997
Pub Apr 1998
30.04
30.04
30.06
30.20
30.20
33.20
33.20
33.21
U00.01
U00.01
U00.01
3.0.0
3.0.1
3.0.0
3.0.0
3.1.0
3.0.1
3.1.0
1.0.0
3.0.0
3.1.0
3.2.0
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
TR 101 397
TR 101 397
TR 101 146
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TR 101 xxx
TS 101 xxx
TCR TR 015 Ed2
TC TR 004
TC TR 004 Ed2
Def of UTRA concepts
Def of UTRA concepts
UTRA evaluation reports
Tech characteristics MSS
Tech characteristics MSS
Security principles
Security principles
Security requirements
UMTS Work plan (SMG5)
UMTS Work plan (SMG5)
UMTS Work plan (SMG5)
Unpublished
Pub Oct 1998
Pub Dec 1997
Unpublished
Unpublished
Unpublished
Draft
Draft
Unpublished
Pub May 1996
Pub Aug1996
U01.01
U01.02
U01.03
U01.04
3.0.0
3.1.0
3.1.0
3.0.0
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
ETR 271
ETR 309
ETR 291
ETR 312
Objects & overview (SMG5)
UMTS Vocabulary (SMG5)
Sys requirements (SMG5)
Scenrs UMTS intro (SMG5)
Pub Feb 1996
Pub Aug 1996
Pub May 1996
Pub Aug 1996
DTR/SMG-003000U
DTR/SMG-003000U
DTR/SMG-003000U
DTR/SMG-003000U
DTR/SMG-003000U
DTR/SMG-003000U
DTR/SMG-003001U
DTR/SMG-003001U
DTR/SMG-003001U
DTR/SMG-003001U
DTR/SMG-023003U
DTR/SMG-023003U
RTR/SMG023003UR1
DTR/SMG-023004U
DTR/SMG-023004U
DTR/SMG-023006U
DTR/SMG-003020U
DTR/SMG-003020U
DTR/SMG-103320U
DTR/SMG-103320U
DTS/SMG-103321U
RTR/SMG-050001U
RTR/SMG-050001U
RTR/SMG050001UR2
DTR/SMG-050101U
DTR/SMG-050102U
DTR/SMG-050103U
DTR/SMG-050104U
Page 32
After
SMG #
SMG#27
?
SMG#20
?
SMG#22
SMG#24
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#24
?
SMG#25
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#25
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#25
SMG#27
?
SMG#27
?
SMG#27
?
SMG#28
?
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
SMG#27
SMG#22
SMG#24
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#22
SMG#23
SMG#25
SMG#22
SMG#27
SMG#24
SMG#22
SMG#24
SMG#22
SMG#27
SMG#27
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#19
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#19
SMG#19
List of all GSM Phase2, Phase 2+ and UMTS specifications (13 November 1998).
TBRs
TBR
Version
Phase
ETS/R/GTS
Short Title
Publication notes
TBR19
4.0.0
Phase 2
TBR 19
Access
PE version
TBR19
4.0.0
Phase 2
TBR 19
Access
Pub Feb1996
TBR19
4.1.0
Phase 2
TBR 19 Ed2
Access
Pub Sep 1996
TBR19
TBR19
TBR19
TBR19
TBR20
4.2.0
4.2.1
4.3.0
4.4.0
4.0.0
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
Phase 2
TBR 19 Ed3
TBR 19 Ed4
TBR 19 Ed5
TBR 19 Ed6
TBR 20
Access
Access
Access
Access
Telephony
Pub Oct 1996
Unpublished
Pub Mar 1998
Unpublished
PE version
TBR20
4.0.0
Phase 2
TBR 20
Telephony
Pub Feb1996
TBR20
4.0.1
Phase 2
TBR 20 Ed2
Telephony
Pub Oct 1996
TBR20
4.0.2
Phase 2
TBR 20 Ed3
Telephony
Pub Sep 1997
TBR31
4.0.0
Phase 2
TBR 31
Attach requirements, Access
PE version
TBR31
4.0.0
Phase 2
TBR 31
Attach requirements, Access
Pub Jan 1997
TBR31
4.1.0
Phase 2
TBR 31 Ed2
Attach requirements, Access
Pub Mar 1998
TBR31
4.2.0
Phase 2
TBR 31 Ed3
Attach requirements, Access
Unpublished
TBR32
4.0.0
Phase 2
TBR 32
Attach requirements, Telephony PE version
TBR32
4.0.0
Phase 2
TBR 32
Attach requirements, Telephony Pub Jan 1997
TBR32
4.0.2
Phase 2
TBR 32 Ed2
Attach requirements, Telephony Pub Sep 1997
TBR5
TBR5
TBR9
TBR9
3.0.0
3.1.0
3.0.0
3.1.0
Phase 1
Phase 1
Phase 1
Phase 1
TBR 5
TBR 5 Ed2
TBR 9
TBR 9 Ed2
Access
Access
Telephony
Telephony
Pub Nov 1993
Pub Oct 1995
Pub Nov 1993
Pub Oct 1995
Page 33
ETSI Reference
DTBR/SMG0019TTCN
DTBR/SMG0019TTCN
RTBR/SMG0019TTCN
RTBR/SMG-0019R1
RTBR/SMG-0719R2
RTBR/SMG-0719R3
RTBR/SMG-0719R4
DTBR/SMG0020TTCN
DTBR/SMG0020TTCN
RTBR/SMG0020TTCN
RTBR/SMG0720TTCNR
DTBR/SMG0731TTCN
DTBR/SMG0731TTCN
RTBR/SMG0731TTCNR1
RTBR/SMG0731TTCNR2
DTBR/SMG0732TTCN
DTBR/SMG0732TTCN
RTBR/SMG0732TTCNR
DTBR/SMG-0005
RTBR/SMG-0005
DTBR/SMG-0009
RTBR/SMG-0009
After
SMG #
SMG#
SMG#
SMG#17
SMG#18
SMG#21
SMG#22
SMG#25
SMG#
SMG#
SMG#18
SMG#21
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#22
SMG#25
SMG#17
SMG#19
SMG#21
SMG#
SMG#
SMG#
SMG#
ETSI/ SMG(98)4, Annex 6: Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Version 27.1
Source:
PT SMG
Title:
Date:
Road map for GSM phase 2+ - Version 27.1
5th of November, 1998
STATUS:
Version 27.0 of this Road Map was an initial version after SMG#27 presented to GSM MoU.
Version 27.1 is presented to SMG1 Plenary, November 1998. It incorporates the results of SMG#27 and harmonisation with GSM 10.00. All
completion dates of R99 WI have been set to SMG#31.
This document is extracted from the WI Data Base and has the same version number as the Work Item Data Base, WI-27C1.mdb.
Note: The letter “C” in “WI-27C1.mdb” indicates that the data base has been compacted.
page 1 of 8
ETSI/ SMG(98)4, Annex 6: Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Version 27.1
1
GSM PHASE 2
These Work Items were introduced in GSM Specifications V4.X.Y Series.
WI Title
BSS Repeaters (RPT)
DCS1800 4 Watt mobile power class
DECT access to GSM networks
Development of the SIM test specification (GSM Phase 2)
Display of Service Provider Name by the ME
Enhanced Full Rate Speech codec
Facsimile Enhancements
GSM - DCS Roaming
IMEI Check Digits (ICD)
Operation of Multi-band GSM/DCS by a single Operator
SIM - Three Volt Technology SIM
SMS Cell Broadcast Discontinuous Reception (CB-DRX)
SMS concatenation
Software Version Number (SVN)
Transparently supporting UPT phase 1
page 2 of 8
ETSI/ SMG(98)4, Annex 6: Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Version 27.1
2. RELEASE 96
WI Title
14.4 kbit/s User Data Rate
ASCI Phase 1 - Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption Service - phase 1
ASCI Phase 1 - Voice Broadcast Service (VBS) - phase 1
ASCI Phase 1 - Voice Group Call Service (VGCS) - phase 1
Barred Dialling Numbers
CAMEL phase 1
Compression of User Data
Concurrent SMS/CB and data transfer in 07.05
Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)
Extensions to the SMS alphabet
Fast Moving Mobile - Hierarchical Cell structure, GSM 05.22
Handsfree MS
High Speed Circuit Switched Data
Improved Transcoder Handling (First Alternative)
Inclusion of deferred tracing capabilities in GSM 12.08
ME Personalisation
Network Identity and Time Zone (NITZ)
Packet Data on Signalling Channels
Radio Local Loop (RLL) using GSM
Second SMS broadcast channel
Service Dialling Numbers
SIM Application Toolkit
SIM I/F data Transfer Speed Enhancement
SMS - Special SMS Message indication
SMS Interworking Extensions
Support of additional call set-up MMI procedures
Support of Optimal Routeing (SOR)
Support of Restricted Digital Information and V.120 rate adaptation in GSM
page 3 of 8
ETSI/ SMG(98)4, Annex 6: Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Version 27.1
3. RELEASE 97
WI Title
A-bis Management of Alarms/faults on the BTS site
A-bis Management of Measure on the BTS site
A-bis Management of reconfiguration of BTS site
ASCI Phase 2
Calling Name Presentation - US (CNAP-US)
CAMEL phase 2
Characteristics and test methods for handsfree mobile station
Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS)
Enhancement of MAP Extensibility Mechanisms
Enhancements of Fault Management Services
General Packet Radio Service Phase 1 (GPRS) - network part
General Packet Radio Service Phase 1 (GPRS) - radio part
Mobile Assisted Frequency Allocation (MAFA)
Modeling of Fault Management Services
Network Indication of Alerting in the MS
New Multiplexing Protocol on the ME-TE Interface
North American Equal Access
SIM - Security mechanisms for the SIM Application Toolkit
SMS enhancements phase 1
SMS Mobile Busy
Support of Private Numbering Plan (SPNP)
Support of Shared Interworking Function (SIWF)
page 4 of 8
ETSI/ SMG(98)4, Annex 6: Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Version 27.1
4. RELEASE 98
Already completed:
WI Title
BTS performance requirements for very small cell scenarios (Picocells)
Ongoing:
WI Title
Access to auxiliary devices, integrated into the ME platform, through the use of the SIM Application Toolkit
Access to ISPs and Intranets in GPRS Phase 2 – Separation of GPRS Bearer Establishment and ISP Service Environment Setup
Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR)
Call Deflection
Call Forwarding Enhancements (CFE)
Calling line identification enhancements (CLIe)
Connecting an octet stream to a port on an Internet host (R98)
Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) - BSS Part
Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) - NSS Part
Enhanced QoS Support in GPRS
Follow Me
Fraud Information Gathering System(FIGS)
General Packet Radio Service Phase 2 (GPRS) - network part1
General Packet Radio Service Phase 2 (GPRS) - radio part1
GPRS for PCS1900
GPRS Mobile IP Interworking
GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS)
GSM Mobile Number Portability (EURO) MNP
GSM-API for SIM-Toolkit
Harmonization of the PCS1900 Standards with the GSM Base Specification
Immediate Service Termination (IST)
LAPDm performance enhancement
Lawful Interception (LI)
Location Services (LCS)
Mobile Station Execution Environment (MExE)
Modem and ISDN interworking for GPRS
MS Antenna Test Method
Multiple Subscriber Profile (MSP)
Service Provider Number Portability (USA)
Support of Localized Service Area (SoLSA)
Tandem Free Operation of speech codecs in Mobile-to-Mobile Calls (MMCs)
Unstructured octet stream GPRS PDP Type (R98)
User-to-User Signalling (UUS)
USSD Enhancements
1
Comprises sub-work items in the same table having “GPRS” in their title.
page 5 of 8
WI rapporteur
Required
required
Kari Jarvinen
Mr A.Conrad
Mr N.Renaud
Pekka Hämäläinen
required
F. Mueller
T. Kokkola
required
Erwin Postmann
Tim Wright
tbd
J.Hamalainen
C.Campbell,
required
M.Galligo
Willem Levelt
C.Dietrich
Kerry Weaver
Tim Wright
required
David Miles
Christopher Kingdon
John Candish
required
Olle Edvardsson
Ian Crawford
required
Tommy Kokkola
W.Navarro
required
Mr A. Conrad
Sverre Slotte
WI Rapp company
Nokia
T-Mobil
France Telecom
Nokia
Nokia
Siemens
Vodafone
Nokia
Nokia
SBC, Siemens
Alcatel
KPN
Schlumberger
Nokia
Vodafone
Cellnet
Nortel
ALLGON AB
Vodafone
Nokia
Nortel
T-Mobil
Nokia
Prime
SMG09
SMG04
SMG11
SMG01
SMG01
SMG03
SMG04
SMG02
SMG03
SMG12
SMG01
SMG10
SMG03
SMG02
T1P1
SMG04
SMG01
SMG01
SMG09
T1P1
SMG10
SMG03
SMG10
T1P1
SMG04
SMG04
SMG02
SMG01
T1P1
SMG01
SMG03/11
SMG04
SMG01
SMG01
ETSI/ SMG(98)4, Annex 6: Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Version 27.1
5. RELEASE 99 and BEYOND
WI Title
Access to ISPs and Intranets in GPRS Phase 2 – Wireless/Remote Access to LANs (R99)
Advanced Addressing
Architecture of the GSM-UMTS Platform
Architecture overview of the GSM-UMTS System
Automatic Establishment of Roaming Relations
CAMEL Phase 3
Charging and Billing for GPRS – Advice of Charge
Charging and Billing for GPRS – Hot Billing
Charging and Billing for GPRS – Pre-Paid
End to End UMTS QoS Management
Fraud Information Gathering System applied to GPRS
Date due
SMG
approval
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
BSS co-ordination of Core Network Resource allocation for class A GPRS services GSM-UMTS Core Network (R99)
BSS co-ordination of Radio Resource allocation for class A GPRS services - GSM Radio S31
Access (R99)
GPRS - Point-To-Multipoint Services
IP-in-IP tunneling in GPRS backbone for UMTS, phase 1
S31
S31
Low Voltage SIM/ME Specification
MExE Release 99
New Access Network to Core Network (BSS-NSS) interface
Noise Suppression for AMR speech codec
Provision of text telephony service in GSM and UMTS
Service Continuity and Provision of VHE via GSM/UMTS
Study on Combined GSM and Mobile IP Mobility Handling in UMTS IP CN
UMTS Charging & Billing
UMTS Core based on ATM Transport
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
S31
UMTS Numbering, Addressing and Identities
UMTS Open Service Architecture
Virtual Home Environment
S31
S31
S31
WI rapporteur
WI Rapp
company
Prime
responsible STC
required
required
H. Dettner
M. Mouly
required
required
required
required
required
required
required
M.Mouly
Ericsson
Nortel
SMG04
SMG01
SMG12
SMG12
SMG01
SMG01
SMG06
SMG06
SMG06
SMG12, SMG3
SMG10
tbd
M.Mouly
Nortel
tbd
CSELT
tbd
SMG12
required
A.Calvi,
A.Napolitano
Rune Lindholm
required
Michel Mouly
Steve Aftelak
required
required
E.Hubbard
D.Chambers
M.Wilson,
A.Rouz
S.Kleier
R.Schmersel
E.Postmann
page 6 of 8
Siemens
Nortel
Lucent
Nokia
Fujitsu
SMG09
tbd
SMG12
SMG11
SMG12
SMG01
SMG12
SMG01
SMG12
MMO
Ericsson
Siemens
SMG01
SMG12
SMG01
Nortel
Motorola
Hayes
Telia
ETSI/ SMG(98)4, Annex 6: Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Version 27.1
6. WORK ITEMS - STATUS TO BE DETERMINED
WI Title
Calling Name Presentation - Euro (CNAP-EU)
Efficient cellular support of new services in GSM network service areas
Generic signalling mechanism for service support
Idle mode classmark
Impact of Telecommunications Data Protection Directive on GSM Standards
Interworking with Mobile Satellite Systems
Multimedia in UMTS
Provision of text telephony service in GSM and UMTS
Requirements for equipments/systems interfacing GSM
Service to GSM Handportables in trains
Study on provision of facsimile services in GSM and UMTS
Support of non-realtime Multimedia Messaging Service
Support of non-realtime Multimedia Messaging Service
Support of Operator Specific Services (SOOS) when roaming1
Technical Enhancements/improvements for phase 2
1
WI rapporteur
required
required
required
required
B. Reed
required
required
required
required
required
E.Colban
required
required
required
PT SMG
Prime
SMG1
SMG03
SMG03
SMG03
SMG01
SMG03
SMG12
SMG04
tbd
SMG02
SMG04
SMG04
SMG12
SMG1
All STCs
to be subsumed under VHE?
page 7 of 8
ETSI/ SMG(98)4, Annex 6: Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Version 27.1
7.
WORK ITEMS DELETED BY SMG
WI Title
Adaptions for deregulated networks
Advice of Charge on Special Services (AoCSS)
Completion of Call when No Reply (CCNRy)
Completion of Call when Subscriber Not Reachable (CCNRc)
Direct Subscriber Access and Restriction (DSAR)
Emergency Call TS12 with additional Data Transfer
Enhancement of CLIR
Exchange of network capabilities information
Fast moving mobile station
Fault and Configuration Management for Other Elements
Fault and Configuration Management of OA&M Capabilities
Forwarding of SMSs
GSM/AMPS Interworking to Support Roaming
IMEI Security Enhancements
Inter operation with UPT phase 2
Interworking with non-GSM applications on the SIM
ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking - phase 1
ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking - phase 2
Malicious Call ID (MCID)
Mobile Access Hunting (MAH)
Mutual Authentication
Network level Management
New Barring Services
Overload control enhancement for Location Registers
Payphone Services
Premium Rate Services (PRS)
Provisions for Hot Billing
Standard access SMS, SC-SMES
Subscriber Class for Advice of Charge
Test methods for handset and headset mobile station
Transmission of date/time and zone
Unified SMS CB scheduling algorithm
Universal access to freephone numbers
page 8 of 8
GSM Phase 2+ Status List after SMG#27
Version 27.1 - 5 October, 1998
Prime resp. committee
WI Title
STC
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Nokia
14.4 kbit/s User Data Rate
T1P1
Mikko Kanerva
A-bis Management of Alarms/faults on the BTS site
SMG06
Mr. A. Yuhan
SMG06
CR
A-bis Management of Measure on the BTS site
SMG06
CR
A-bis Management of reconfiguration of BTS site
SMG06
Phase 2+ status list
CR
12.21
SMG06
12.21
SMG06
12.21
S23
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
370/96
completed @ S26
Mr. A. Yuhan
S23
completed @ S26
Mr. A. Yuhan
S24
completed @ S26
Page1/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
Access to auxiliary devices, integrated into the ME platform, through the u
SMG09
Required
0156/98
Access to ISPs and Intranets in GPRS Phase 2 – Separation of GPRS Beare
SMG04
required
556/98
SMG04
CRs
required
GSM 09.61
Access to ISPs and Intranets in GPRS Phase 2 – Wireless/Remote Access to
SMG04
CRs
required
Ericsson
GSM 09.61
SMG01
Adaptions for deregulated networks
SMG01
Phase 2+ status list
required
New Specs
Ericsson
556/98
Siemens
227/96
S28
NN
deleted @ S21
Report
SMG11
Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR)
SMG11
SMG04
S28
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
FI
see 10.70
Kari Jarvinen
Nokia
S28
R98 confirmed @S27
0740/97
Page2/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
Advanced Addressing
SMG01
CR
CR
Mr G.Schmidt
SMG01
T Mobil
DE
23.20, 23.05
A.Jarvis, A. Sultan
23.01, 23.10
CRs
R. Bodin,
M.Schönborn
required
0075/98
Mr G.Schmidt
T-Mobil
S23
deleted @ S20
SMG12
H. Dettner
Siemens
228/98
SMG12
M. Mouly
Nortel
228/98
PT SMG
Detecon (PT61V)
S18
replaces earlier WI
"Prioritisation and Preemption" and "Fast Call SetUp"
Ericsson, T-Mobil
03-series? 09-series?
ASCI Phase 1 - Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption Service
SMG01
SMG03
02.67
03.67
Mr D.Münning
Mr D.Münning
Detecon (PT61V)
Detecon (PT61V)
DE
SMG03
SMG09
04.67
CRs 11.11-A009/10
Mr D.Münning
Detecon (PT61V)
DE
Phase 2+ status list
Comments
Lucent, France
Télécom
Architecture overview of the GSM-UMTS System
SMG12
SMG3
Date
due/approved
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
S23
Architecture of the GSM-UMTS Platform
SMG12
tbd
Company
S31
Required
Advice of Charge on Special Services (AoCSS)
SMG01
SMG03
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
SMG03
03.08, 03.16, 04.08
S18
11.11
S18
S17
Page3/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG03
ASCI Phase 1 - Voice Broadcast Service (VBS) - phase 1
SMG01
SMG03
02.69
03.69/04.69
Mr D.Münning
Mr D.Münning
Detecon (PT61V)
Detecon (PT61V)
DE
DE
SMG02
CR
Mr J.Evald
DSB/UIC
DK
SMG01
SMG03
02.68
03.68/04.68
Mr D.Münning
Mr D.Münning
Detecon (PT61V)
Detecon (PT61V)
DE
DE
SMG02
CR
Mr J.Evald
DSB/UIC
DK
SMG10
CRs
PT SMG
Automatic Establishment of Roaming Relations
required
tbd
Phase 2+ status list
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
PT SMG
Detecon (PT61V)
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
S18
S19
S19
PT SMG
Detecon (PT61V)
S18
03.03, 03.08, 03.09, 03.16,
03.22, 04.03, 04.06, 04.08,
04.13, 08.06, 08.08
05-series
SMG03
ASCI Phase 2
CRs
01.02
03.03, 03.08, 03.09, 03.16,
03.22, 04.03, 04.06, 04.08,
04.13, 08.06, 08.08
05-series
SMG03
ASCI Phase 1 - Voice Group Call Service (VGCS) - phase 1
SMG03
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
S19
S19
PT SMG
03.67, 03.68, 03.69, 04.08,
04.67, 04.68, 04.69, 03.22,
08.08, 08.58, 09.02, 09.08
S24
02.09, 03.20
S24
SMG01
tbd
required
150/97
0076/98
tbd
tbd
Page4/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
Barred Dialling Numbers
SMG01
SMG09
CR
CR
Affected Specs.
in STC
Mr N.Renaud
Mr F.Vergine
France Telecom
France Telecom
F
F
02.07
11.11
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr N.Renaud
France Telecom
S18
S20
SMG1 work complete, held
for intervention by SMG9
582/95
BSS co-ordination of Core Network Resource allocation for class A GPRS s
SMG12
M.Mouly
Nortel
556/98
BSS co-ordination of Radio Resource allocation for class A GPRS services -
tbd
M.Mouly
Nortel
556/98
SMG02
Mr P.White
Vodafone
Tdoc 65/95
Completed
Work item completed
Howard Benn
Motorola
tbd
tbd
required
BSS Repeaters (RPT)
SMG02
CR
Mr P.White
Vodafone
BTS performance requirements for very small cell scenarios (Picocells)
SMG02
Phase 2+ status list
CR
NN
Motorola
UK
03.30, 05.05, 05.50
SMG02
05.05, 05.10, 05.22, 05.50,
03.30, 11.21
429/96
Completed
Page5/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
Call Deflection
SMG01
SMG03
Stage1; CRs
Stage 2, 3
Mr A.Conrad
S.Habermann
T-Mobil
T-Mobil
DE
DE
TBD
Mr N.Renaud
France Telecom
CR
CRs
Pekka Hämäläinen
Pekka Hämäläinen
SMG03
Nokia
Nokia
FIN
FIN
03.81, 09.02
02.81
SMG1
Calling Name Presentation - Euro (CNAP-EU)
02.96, CRs
03.96, CRs
02.04 02.30
03.16 03.18
04.96, CRs
04.80 09.02
T1P1
Calling Name Presentation - US (CNAP-US)
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr A.Conrad
T-Mobil
S28
Mr N.Renaud
France Telecom
S20
deleted @ S20; re-vitalised
S26: Outstanding: Long
forwarded-to number
Pekka Hämäläinen
Nokia
422/96
S28
S28
required
696/96
split decided S26
S24
Sonia Doshi
Nortel
split decided S26
T1P1
T1P1
02.96, CRs
03.96, CRs
US
US
02.04 02.30
03.16 03.18
S24
T1P1
04.96, CRs
US
04.80 09.02
S24
Phase 2+ status list
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
S28
F
Calling line identification enhancements (CLIe)
SMG03
SMG01
new: 02.72; CRs: 02.04, 02.30
SMG01
Call Forwarding Enhancements (CFE)
SMG01
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
696/96
S24
Page6/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG01
CAMEL phase 1
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr. P.Waerleus
Telia Mobitel
Ph 1 stage 1 approved at
SMG#19
SMG01
SMG01
01.78
02.78
Mr F.Leroudier
Mr. P. Warleus
France Telecom
Telia Mobitel
F
S
S19
SMG03
SMG03
03.78
09.78
Ms C. Ritter
Telia Mobitel
S
S19
S20
SMG01
SMG03
CRs
stage 2,3 CRs
S19
SMG01
CAMEL phase 2
Stefan Kleier
tbd
Mannesmann M.funk
DE
02.78
03.08 03.18 03.78 04.88
09.02 09.78
SMG01
CAMEL Phase 3
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Stefan Kleier
Mannesmann M.funk
S24
core specs completed S25
S25
required
All R99 WI completion
dates moved to S31
SMG11
Characteristics and test methods for handsfree mobile station
SMG11
ETR 03.58; CRs
Mr J-Y Monfort
Charging and Billing for GPRS – Advice of Charge
France Telecom
F
06.01
SMG06
Mr J-Y Monfort
123/96
S23
required
SMG06
SMG1
CRs
CRs
required
required
12.15
02.60
S31
SMG3/SMG
12
CRs
required
03.60
S31
Phase 2+ status list
France Telecom
556/98
S30
Page7/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG06
Charging and Billing for GPRS – Hot Billing
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
required
SMG06
SMG1
CRs
CRs
required
required
12.15
02.60
S31
SMG3/SMG
12
CRs
required
03.60
S31
SMG06
Charging and Billing for GPRS – Pre-Paid
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
556/98
S30
required
SMG06
SMG1
CRs
CRs
required
required
12.15
02.60
S31
SMG3/SMG
12
CRs
required
03.60
S31
556/98
S30
Completion of Call when No Reply (CCNRy)
deleted @ Sxx; re-vitalised
S26; re-deleted @S27
Completion of Call when Subscriber Not Reachable (CCNRc)
deleted @ S15 re-vitalised
S26; re-deleted @S27
SMG01
Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS)
SMG01
SMG03
Phase 2+ status list
stage 1
stage 2, 3
Mr N.Jorgensen
Mr S.Frew
Telecom Denmark
Vodafone
DK
UK
Mr N.Jorgensen
New: 02.93; CRs: 02.04 02.30 S26
New: 03.93, 04.93; CRs:
S26
03.16 03.18 04.07 04.08 09.02
Telecom Denmark
core specs completed S26
Page8/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
Compression of User Data
SMG01
SMG04
CR
DrAm
SMG03
DrAm
Mr G.Hall
Mr C.Fenton
Cellnet
B.T.
UK
UK
T Mobil
DE
GSM 07.61; CRs
CRs
SMG04
required
required
GSM 09.61
GSM 09.60
SMG01
DCS1800 4 Watt mobile power class
SMG01
SMG02
CR
DrAm
SMG03
DrAm
Mr C.Harrison
Mr T.Hayson
Hutchison Telecom
Hutchison Telecom
UK
UK
Phase 2+ status list
ETS 300 466
02.04-A002
05.01-A001, 05.05-A002,
05.08-A001
04.08-A001r2
SMG01
DECT access to GSM networks
SMG01
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr G.Hall
Cellnet
Completed
Work item completed
None
Completed
CR
Connecting an octet stream to a port on an Internet host (R98)
SMG04
SMG03
02.01-A003, 02.02-A001
03.10-A001, 04.22-A004,
07.01-A004, 07.02-A001,
07.06-A001, 09.07-A009
04.08-A057
SMG04
Concurrent SMS/CB and data transfer in 07.05
SMG04
Affected Specs.
in STC
Mr A.Toepfer
MMO
DE
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Tdoc 605/95
251/95
Completed S17
required
556/98
S28
S28
Mr C.Harrison
Hutchison Telecom
S12
Released May (UAP 29)
Tdoc 66/95, 293
S13
S13
Mr A.Toepfer
MMO
Work item completed
Page9/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG09
Development of the SIM test specification (GSM Phase 2)
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Gary A. Waite
Aspects Software Ltd.
762/96
may not be appropriate as a
phase 2+ work item
SMG01
Direct Subscriber Access and Restriction (DSAR)
SMG01
SMG03
Stage 1
Stage 2
Mr N.Chapman
Hutchison Telecom
UK
CR
DrAm
SMG01
Mr Toepfer
Ms R.Brögger
MMO
MMO
DE
DE
tbd
tbd
Required
Required
tbd
tbd
SMG01
Emergency Call TS12 with additional Data Transfer
SMG01
Phase 2+ status list
Stage1
Mr A.Conrad
02.07-A002
11.11-A004
SMG03
Efficient cellular support of new services in GSM network service areas
SMG03
SMG02
Hutchison Telecom
S23
deleted @ S20
S23
Display of Service Provider Name by the ME
SMG01
SMG09
Mr N.Chapman
T Mobil
DE
Mr Toepfer
MMO
240/95, Tdoc 51
S15
Work item completed in S15
S15
required
tbd
320/95
pending
tbd
Mr A.Conrad
T-Mobil
S18
deleted @ tbd
240/95, 301/97
Page10/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Lucent
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
End to End UMTS QoS Management
SMG12, SMG3
required
Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) - BSS Part
SMG02
F. Mueller
Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) - NSS Part
SMG03
T. Kokkola
Nokia
Enhanced Full Rate Speech codec
SMG01
Mr P.Gaskell
Mercury One2one
S17
Work item completed
SMG01
SMG02
Report
TBD
Mr P.Gaskell
Mr P.Gaskell
UK
DE
SMG12
SMG02
tbd
CRs
required
required
SMG03
CRs
required
1148/97
1147/97
S17
SMG12
Enhanced QoS Support in GPRS
Phase 2+ status list
Mercury One2one
Mercury One2one
781/98
tbd
GSM 04.60, GSM 08.18,
GSM 08.16
GSM 09.60, GSM 09.02,
GSM 03.60
required
556/98
S28
S28
S28
Page11/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
Enhancement of CLIR
SMG03
Enhancement of MAP Extensibility Mechanisms
?
423/96
core specs completed S22
SMG03
CRs
09.02
SMG06
Enhancements of Fault Management Services
SMG06
New spec 12.11
Mark Cataldo
Lucent
12.04
SMG03
Exchange of network capabilities information
SMG03
Report
02.91
03.91
SMG03
SMG03
04.91
DrAm
Phase 2+ status list
Mark Cataldo
Lucent
S25
completed @ S26 except
Redundancy Management
modelling which is planned
for S27
deleted @ as per H.Dettner
SMG01
Mr E.Postmann
Mr S.Dzuban
345/97
Required
Required
Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)
SMG01
SMG03
S22
Siemens
Siemens
A
A
02.04, 02.30
03.15, 03.16, 04.80, 09.02,
09.11
Mr E.Postmann
Siemens
S14
SMG1 complete; problems
in SG?
S18
S18
S18
Page12/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG04
Extensions to the SMS alphabet
SMG04
CR
Mr K.Holley
B.T.
UK
ETR
Mr P.di.Tria
CSELT
Report
AEG
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr K.Holley
BT
S20
mainly compl S18
(compression remains to be
solved
Mr P.di.Tria
CSELT
Work item completed
SMG02
Mr M.Reiner
Company
I
Fast moving mobile station
SMG02
03.38
SMG04
Facsimile Enhancements
SMG04
Affected Specs.
in STC
DE
Mr M.Reiner
AEG
del S25
deleted@S25, deletion
confirmed@S26; cf.
comlpeted WI Fast Moving
Mobile - Hierarchical Cell
structure, GSM 05.22
Fast Moving Mobile - Hierarchical Cell structure, GSM 05.22
SMG02
Han Van Bussel
Fault and Configuration Management for Other Elements
SMG06
del S21
SMG06
Phase 2+ status list
TBD
Required
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
del S21
deleted @ S21
Page13/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG06
Fault and Configuration Management of OA&M Capabilities
SMG06
CR
Required
12.06, 12.11, 12.20, 12.21,
12.22
SMG01
Follow Me
SMG01
SMG03
stage 1
CRs
required
required
Siemens
tbd
tbd
SMG01
Forwarding of SMSs
SMG01
SMG04
requirements, stage 1
tbd
Nicolas Renaud
France Telecom
F
tbd
required
tbd
SMG10
Fraud Information Gathering System(FIGS)
SMG01
Phase 2+ status list
Stage 1
Tim Wright
tbd
tbd
SMG10
Fraud Information Gathering System applied to GPRS
SMG10
Affected Specs.
in STC
Vodafone
UK
new: 03.31
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
del S21
del S21
deleted @ S21
Erwin Postmann
Siemens
172/97
S28
S28
Nicolas Renaud
France Telecom
del
deleted @ S27
del
required
556/98
S31
Tim Wright
Vodafone
S28
transferred from SMG1;
supersedes WI "Subscriber
Supervising System"
Page14/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
SMG03
req's; stage 1; CRs
stage 2, 3
Mr A.Conrad
SMG04
stage 2, 3
Mr H.P.Naper/Mr
P.Gilchrist
SMG09
stage 3
T Mobil
Motorola
DE
N/DE
req's; stage 1; CRs
stage 3
SMG03
stage 2, 3
Mr A.Conrad
J Hamalainen
T Mobil
Nokia
General Packet Radio Service Phase 2 (GPRS) - network part
SMG10
SMG03
req's
stage 2,3
General Packet Radio Service Phase 2 (GPRS) - radio part
Date
due/approved
Comments
Hans Petter Naper
Motorola
new: 01.61 02.60; CRs: 02.11
New: 03.60 03.64 04.60
04.64 04.65 CRs: 03.02 03.03
03.07 03.08 03.16 03.18
03.20 04.03 04.04 04.07
04.0804.11 08.16 09.02 09.10
New: 07.60 CRs: 03.40 07.07
S25
Split decided at S19
CRs: 11.11
S25
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG02
General Packet Radio Service Phase 1 (GPRS) - radio part
SMG01
SMG02
Company
SMG03
General Packet Radio Service Phase 1 (GPRS) - network part
DE
FIN
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
new: 01.61 02.60; CRs: 02.11
CRs: 04.08 05.01 05.02 05.03
05.05 05.08 05.10 05.50
New: 03.60 04.60 04.64
04.65 CRs: 02.11 03.20 04.03
04.04 04.07
SMG03
CRs: 01.33, 02.33
SMG02
S25
S25
J.Hamalainen
Nokia
S25
Split decided at S19
198/96
S25
S25
tbd
Nokia
S28
S28
sub work items proposed by
SMG1 to S27
J.Hamalainen
Nokia
198/96
sub work items proposed by
SMG1 to S27
Phase 2+ status list
Page15/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Generic signalling mechanism for service support
SMG03
Report
tbd
CRs
C.Campbell,
M.Kamdar
SBC, Siemens
USA
tbd
tbd
required
required
required
tbd
required
T1P1
C.Campbell, M.Kam
SBC, Siemens
S28
Separate WIs for SMG
projects missing
GSM 02.60 GSM 03.60 GSM
08.16 GSM 09.16, etc
tbd
tbd
SMG01
GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS)
SMG01
SMG02
New spec 02.56, CRs
03.52; CRs
M.Galligo
Ph.Desblancs
Alcatel
Alcatel
F
F
SMG03
SMG07
CRs
CRs
J.F.Rubon
S.Dia
Alcatel
Alcatel
F
F
SMG10
CRs
S.Messiet
Alcatel
F
Phase 2+ status list
Comments
SMG03
SMG04
GPRS Mobile IP Interworking
SMG04
SMG12
Date
due/approved
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
556/98
required
GPRS for PCS1900
T1P1
Company
Required
GPRS - Point-To-Multipoint Services
tbd
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
new: 02.56; CRs: 02.07, 02.11
03.22, 04.0x, 04.08, 05.01,
05.02, 05.05, 05.08, 05.10
03.11
11.10, TBR19, TBR31
required
583/98
556/98
S28
S28
M.Galligo
Alcatel
0382/97
S27
S28
S28
S30
Page16/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Carl Warfel (Ref Ed
BellSouth
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
GSM - DCS Roaming
SMG07
GSM 1900 Conformance Testing (Handsets)
CRs to 11.10 - No WI yet
SMG07
GSM Mobile Number Portability (EURO) MNP
SMG01
Willem Levelt
KPN
GSM-API for SIM-Toolkit
SMG09
C.Dietrich
GSM/AMPS Interworking to Support Roaming
Schlumberger
SMG01
Willem Levelt
KPN
0867/97
SMG09
C.Dietrich
Schlumberger
0156/98
Nortel
433/96
NL
tbd
T1P1
S28
Ed Ehrlich (Contact)
Marked for deletion at S26;
put by AB to deleted after
S27, as no further input
arrived
Phase 2+ status list
Page17/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG02, 11
Handsfree MS
SMG11
Report
None
Harmonization of the PCS1900 Standards with the GSM Base Specification
T1P1
CRs
Kerry Weaver
Nokia
ETR
Idle mode classmark
Mr M.Kanerva
T1P1
tbd
SMG01
High Speed Circuit Switched Data
SMG01
Affected Specs.
in STC
Nokia C.Systems
FIN
SMG03
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
None
S19
Prior responsibility: SMG2
Kerry Weaver
Nokia
131/97
S28
Mr M.Kanerva
Nokia C.Systems
S19
SMG Architecture Group
dependencies
required
314/96
IMEI Check Digits (ICD)
Phase 2+ status list
Page18/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG-SG
IMEI Security Enhancements
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
None
deleted @ S19
SMG10
Immediate Service Termination (IST)
SMG10
SMG3
tbd
Impact of Telecommunications Data Protection Directive on GSM Standar
SMG01
tbd
B.Reed
BT
UK
report
Johan Sköld
Improved Transcoder Handling (First Alternative)
SMG03
Phase 2+ status list
CR
Required
Ericsson
tbd
SMG02
Improved Data Rates through Optimised Modulation
SMG02
SMG01
S
tbd
SMG03
Tim Wright
Vodafone
436/98
S28
S28
CAMEL based solution R99
(decision of S27);
B. Reed
BT
tbd
No work necessary at
presemt, but WI not closed
to watch fixed network
development
Johan Sköld
Ericsson
417/98
162/97
tbd
Required
306/95
S20
Page19/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG06
Inclusion of deferred tracing capabilities in GSM 12.08
SMG06
CR
12.08
SMG01
Inter operation with UPT phase 2
SMG01
Report
Mr A.Toepfer
MMO
tbd
Requirements
required
Mr W.Mohrs
tbd
T Mobil
IP-in-IP tunneling in GPRS backbone for UMTS, phase 1
Phase 2+ status list
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr. B. Szelazek
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
251/96
S22
Mr A.Toepfer
MMO
deleted @ S21
SMG03
SMG09
Interworking with non-GSM applications on the SIM
SMG09
Company
DE
Interworking with Mobile Satellite Systems
SMG01
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
required
tbd
moved from R98 to "tbd",
as no progress was reported
at S27
Mr W.Mohrs
T-Mobil
deletion confirmed @ S27
DE
SMG12
A.Calvi, A.Napolitano
CSELT
780/98
Page20/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking - phase 1
SMG01
SMG01
Study
stage 1
SMG03
stage 2
Ms I.Graetz
Ms I.Graetz
Affected Specs.
in STC
Siemens AG
Siemens AG
DE
DE
none
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Ms I.Graetz
Siemens AG
S19
S21
deleted @ tbd Feasibility
study at SMG#19 approved
I.Graetz
Siemens
504/95
S22
SMG01
ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking - phase 2
deleted @ tbd
SMG03
LAPDm performance enhancement
required
SMG02
SMG07
CR
CR
required
required
04.06, tbd
11.10
S28
SMG08
SMG06
CR
CR
required
required
11.23
tbd
S31
S31
SMG10
Lawful Interception (LI)
SMG10
req's; stage 1
SMG03
CRs
Cellnet
Phase 2+ status list
tbd
Christopher Kingdon
S31
David Miles
Cellnet
New: 01.33, 02.33
S28
superseding WI "Call
interception"
09.02, 03.02, 03.08, 03.16,
12.01, 12.08
S28
T1P1
Location Services (LCS)
T1P1
UK
297/96
tbd
Christopher Kingdon
158/96
715/96
S28
Page21/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG09
Low Voltage SIM/ME Specification
SMG09
New spec
Rune Lindholm
Ericsson(?)
S
Stage 1
Stage 2
SMG03
Stage 3
Mr I.Sharp
Nortel
UK
SMG01
Mercury One2one
SMG03
Stage 3
Phase 2+ status list
Nokia
358/97
All R99 WI completion
dates moved to S31
Mr I.Sharp
Nortel
S20
deleted @ S20
required
required
tbd
SMG01
Mr I.Sharp
Nortel
NN
UK
Mercury One2one
Changed from R96 to R97
tbd
Mobile Access Hunting (MAH)
Stage 1
Stage 2
Rune Lindholm
UK
MExE Release 99
SMG01
SMG03
Comments
S20
Mr P Gaskell
tbd
tbd
Date
due/approved
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
S20
ME Personalisation
SMG04
tbd
Company
11.10
SMG01
Malicious Call ID (MCID)
SMG01
SMG03
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
required
775/98
tbd
All R99 WI completion
dates moved to S31
Mr I.Sharp
Nortel
S22
deleted @ S20
S22
S22
Page22/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG02
Mobile Assisted Frequency Allocation (MAFA)
SMG02
SMG03
CRs
CR
SMG06
CR
Mr B.Persson
stage 1
tbd
New spec, CRs
New spec, CRs
Phase 2+ status list
CRs
CRs
664/95
John Candish
Nortel
0709/97
S28
core specs planned S28
SE
12.21, 12.22
S26
SMG04
new: 02.57
tbd
SMG06
Lucent
New: 12.11; CRs:12.04
SMG04
required
new: Modem and ISDN
Interworking for GPRS; CRs:
07.60
SMG02
Olle Edvardsson
required
Ericsson
Ericsson
MS Antenna Test Method
SMG02
SMG07
Mr B.Persson
S24
Modem and ISDN interworking for GPRS
SMG04
Comments
04.08 05.08 05.08 08.58
04.08
required
required
Mark Cataldo
Date
due/approved
S
SE
Modeling of Fault Management Services
SMG06
Company
Ericsson
Ericsson
Mobile Station Execution Environment (MExE)
SMG01
SMG04
Affected Specs.
in STC
ALLGON AB
CRs: 05.05
CRs: 11.10
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
S24
S28
Mark Cataldo
Lucent
S26
completed S26
required
345/97
556/98
S28
Olle Edvardsson
ALLGON AB
162/97
S24 ?
S24
Page23/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG12
Multimedia in UMTS
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
required
SMG12
SMG01
tbd
tbd
required
required
tbd
tbd
tbd
SMG02
SMG04
SMG11
tbd
tbd
tbd
required
required
tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
required
SMG01
Multiple Subscriber Profile (MSP)
SMG01
SMG03
stage 1
Stage 2, 3
Ian Crawford
required
Vodafone
UK
SMG09
Mutual Authentication
SMG10
new: 02.97
Requirements
Vodafone
UK
Network control of ringing tones (Renamed N/W Indication of Alerting in t
SMG01
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
775/98
tbd
Ian Crawford
Vodafone
S19
S28
stage 1 approved at S19;
little progress in SGM3;
SMG1 studies new approach
None
Vodafone
S20
deleted @ tbd
Required
582/96
Duplicate of WI "Network
Indication of Alerting in the
MS"
SMG01
Network Identity and Time Zone (NITZ)
SMG01
Phase 2+ status list
Stage 1
Mr L.Giles
BRT/UIC
UK
Mr L.Giles
BRT/UIC
S18
includes earlier WI:
"Update of ME list of
Network Names over the air
interface" and
"Transmission of date/time
and zone"
Page24/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
SMG04
CRs
CRs
SMG03
CRs
SMG09
SMG02
CRs
CRs
Nicolas Renaud
France Telecom
FR
TBD
23.30
protocol specifications
CR
CR
Lauri Söderbacka
Nokia
Phase 2+ status list
new spec, CRs
France Telecom
02.07, 02.30, 02.90
03.40
S24
sub-item "Network Alerting
(SMS)" deleted @ S27
03.18, 03.90, 04.08, 04.90,
09.02
11.11
05.08 08.58
S25
FIN
tbd
SMG01
Mr G.Schmidt
T Mobil
DE
S26
172/97
S25
S25
del S21
del S21
deleted @ S21
Michel Mouly
Nortel
S26
S28
completion date moved to
S31, as S28 seemed unrealistic
Mr G.Schmidt
T-Mobil
S22
deleted @ S20
228/98
S22
SMG04
New Multiplexing Protocol on the ME-TE Interface
SMG04
Nicolas Renaud
SMG12
New Barring Services
SMG01
SMG03
Comments
del S21
New Access Network to Core Network (BSS-NSS) interface
SMG12
SMG03/SM
G02
Date
due/approved
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG06
Network level Management
SMG06
Company
SMG01
Network Indication of Alerting in the MS
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Lars Novak
Ericsson
S
new: 07.10; CRs: 07.07
Lars Novak
Ericsson
S26
core specs completed S24
416/97
Page25/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG11
Noise Suppression for AMR speech codec
SMG11
SMG7
tbd
tbd
Steve Aftelak
tbd
Motorola
tbd
tbd
T1P1
North American Equal Access
SMG01
SMG03
CRs
CRs
SMG06
CRs
Stephen Hayes
Ericsson
02.82
CRs: 03.04, 03.08, 03.16,
03.08, 03.82, 04.82, 09.02
12.02, 12.05
SMG01
Operation of Multi-band GSM/DCS by a single Operator
SMG01
SMG03
CR
03.26 (4.0.0)
Mr T.Ljunggren
Mr T.Ljunggren
SMG02
DrAm
Required
SMG07
DrAm
Required
Telia Mobitel
Telia Mobitel
Overload control enhancement for Location Registers
SMG03
Phase 2+ status list
Report
Affected Specs.
in STC
Required
S
S
02.06-A001r2, 02.11-A004
03.22-A004, 04.08-A001r2,
04.08-A007r2, 04.08-A015r5,
04.13-A002r1, 08.08-A013r3,
08.58-A005r4, 08.58-A006r1
05.01-A004, 05.02-A001,
05.05-A008, 05.08-A006
11.10-A002, 11.10-A003,
11.10-A004, 11.10-A005
SMG03
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Steve Aftelak
Motorola
367/98
Ericsson
129/97
Mr T.Ljunggren
Telia Mobitel
Tdoc 410/95, 44
S15
Completed S15
S31
S32
Stephen Hayes
S22
S23
S23
S15
S15
S15
Required
S23
deleted @ xxx
Page26/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG03
Packet Data on Signalling Channels
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
M A.Conrad
T-Mobil
Completed S16
SMG01
SMG03
Stage 1
Stage 2
M A.Conrad
Mr. H. Nazeman
T Mobil
T Mobil
DE
DE
02.63
03.63
S19
SMG03
Stage 3
Mr. H. Nazeman
T Mobil
DE
04.68
S19
SMG01
Payphone Services
SMG01
Stage 1
Mr N.Renaud
France Telecom
F
SMG01
Premium Rate Services (PRS)
SMG01
SMG03
Stage 1
Stage 2
Mr A.Toepfer
MMO
tbd
tbd
required
required
Hayes
Provision of text telephony service in GSM and UMTS
SMG12
SMG04
Phase 2+ status list
tbd
stage1, stage 2
S16
Mr N.Renaud
France Telecom
S23
deleted @ S20
Mr A.Toepfer
MMO
S23
deleted @ S20
S23
Provision of text telephony service in GSM and UMTS
SMG04
SMG01
DE
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
required
required
SMG04
tbd
tbd
SMG12
tbd
tbd
required
Hayes
775/98
Hayes
775/98
tbd
tbd
required
tbd
tbd
Page27/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
Provisions for Hot Billing
SMG01
Stage 1
Mr N Renaud
France Telecom
F
SMG01
Radio Local Loop (RLL) using GSM
SMG01
SMG02
Report
Affected Specs.
in STC
Mr D.Richards
AT&T NSI
UK
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr N Renaud
France Telecom
S23
deleted @ tbd
Mr D.Richards
AT&T NSI
S18
complete
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
S18
Requirements for equipments/systems interfacing GSM
tbd
required
149/97
Second SMS broadcast channel
SMG01
None
332/96
SMG01
SMG04
CR
CR
02.03, 02.07
03.41
Service Continuity and Provision of VHE via GSM/UMTS
SMG01
tbd
Phase 2+ status list
tbd
tbd
required
required
SMG01
tbd
tbd
S20
Completed S16
S20
required
S28
S30
1044/97
All R99 WI completion
dates moved to S31
Page28/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG09
Service Dialling Numbers
SMG09
SMG01
CR
Required
Mr W.Mohrs
T Mobil
DE
stage 1
T1P1
required
new: 02.66
SMG02
Service to GSM Handportables in trains
SMG02
CR
New specs
SMG04
CRs
Phase 2+ status list
11.12
Comments
Mr W.Mohrs
T-Mobil
completed
Released after S15
281/95
required
S28
Nigel Barnes
Mr R.Lindholm
0278/97
Earlier called "Local
Number Portability",
"T1P1.5 Number Portability
SWG"
required
SMG1 input not required
SMG09/10
Motorola CSD
Nigel Barnes
Motorola CSD
New: 02.48, 03.48
S24/S25
core specs completed
S24/S25
CRs: 03.38, 03.40
S24
SMG09
SIM - Three Volt Technology SIM
SMG09
Date
due/approved
Required
SIM - Security mechanisms for the SIM Application Toolkit
SMG09
Company
S17
Service Provider Number Portability (USA)
T1P1
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Nokia
FIN
11.11
762/96
Mr R.Lindholm
Nokia
Result in 11.12
S17
Work item completed S13
Page29/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG09
SIM Application Toolkit
SMG09
SMG01
11.14
stage 1
Mr K.Woodsend
SMG04
DrAm
Required
NEC
UK
CR
03.40-A002
SMG09
Mr R.Lindholm
Nokia Mobile Phones
FIN
11.11
SMG01
SMS - Special SMS Message indication
SMG01
11.11
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr K.Woodsend
NEC
S17
Combines WIs "Proactive
SIM" and "SIM data
download"; stage 1 planned
for approval @ S28
S28
SIM I/F data Transfer Speed Enhancement
SMG09
Affected Specs.
in STC
S17
Mr R.Lindholm
Nokia Mobile Phones
completed
Work item completed S16
None
S16
CR
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
Tdoc 709/95
Tdoc 607/95
Work item completed S13
SMS Cell Broadcast Discontinuous Reception (CB-DRX)
SMG01
SMS concatenation
SMG01
SMG04
Phase 2+ status list
TBD
DrAm
None
S13
Mr I.Harris
Vodafone
UK
Tdoc 74/95
Work item completed S13
03.40-A004r2
Page30/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
SMS enhancements phase 1
SMG01
SMG04
CRs
CRs
SMG03
CRs
Nicolas Renaud
France Telecom
F
CR
Mr K.Holley
BT (Chairman DGMH) UK
SMG04
SMG03
CRs
CRs
Mr P.Edlund
Ericsson
S
Date
due/approved
Comments
Nicolas Renaud
France Telecom
582/96
BT
431/95
Mr P.Edlund
Ericsson
430/95
S26
core specs completed S26
S25
CRs: 09.02
S25
03.40
SMG04
SMS Mobile Busy
Company
02.30
CRs: 03.38 03.40 03.41 03.42
SMG04
SMS Interworking Extensions
SMG04
Affected Specs.
in STC
03.40, 03.47
CRs: 09.02
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
S25
Mr K.Holley
S20
S26
Software Version Number (SVN)
SMG04
Standard access SMS, SC-SMES
SMG04
Phase 2+ status list
03.39
Mr I.Harris
Vodafone
UK
Mr I.Harris
Vodafone
del S21
deleted @ S21
Page31/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Study on Combined GSM and Mobile IP Mobility Handling in UMTS IP C
Affected Specs.
in STC
SMG12
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
E.Hubbard
Telia
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
760/98
All R99 WI completion
dates moved to S31
SMG04
Study on provision of facsimile services in GSM and UMTS
SMG04
SMG01
tbd
tbd
required
required
tbd
tbd
SMG01
Subscriber Class for Advice of Charge
SMG01
Requirements
SMG01
Phase 2+ status list
Stage 1
775/98
tbd
Required
deleted @ S20
None
150/96
S20
Report
SMG01
Support of Home Area Priority (Renamed SoLSA> See below)
SMG01
Ericsson
tbd
S23
Required
Support of additional call set-up MMI procedures
SMG01
E.Colban
Mr Kokkola
Nokia
FIN
Mr Kokkola
Nokia
S18
Duplicate of to be proposed
WI "Support of Localized
Service Area"
Page32/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
Support of Localized Service Area (SoLSA)
SMG01
stage 1
Tommy Kokkola
Affected Specs.
in STC
Nokia
FI
new: 02.43
SMG04
Support of non-realtime Multimedia Messaging Service
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Tommy Kokkola
Nokia
S27
required
SMG04
SMG01
tbd
tbd
required
required
tbd
tbd
tbd
SMG11
SMG12
tbd
tbd
required
required
tbd
tbd
tbd
SMG12
Support of non-realtime Multimedia Messaging Service
required
tbd
tbd
required
required
tbd
tbd
tbd
SMG01
SMG11
tbd
tbd
required
required
tbd
tbd
tbd
SMG1
775/98
tbd
SMG12
SMG04
Support of Operator Specific Services (SOOS) when roaming
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
775/98
tbd
required
to be subsumed under VHE?
SMG01
Support of Optimal Routeing (SOR)
SMG01
SMG03
Phase 2+ status list
02.79
Stage 2
Ms S.Morice
SFR
F
Ms S.Morice
SFR
S19
S19
Page33/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
Support of Private Numbering Plan (SPNP)
SMG01
New spec, CRs
Ms T.Sundbye
Tele-mobil
N
Support of Restricted Digital Information and V.120 rate adaptation in GS
SMG04
SMG01
stage 2,3
stage 1
Mr. J.Candish
Mr J. Candish
Nortel
Nortel
Requirements
stage 2, 3 CRs
Mr S.Ouvrier
stage 1
Telia
S
T Mobil
DE
Phase 2+ status list
CR
PT12
New: 03.54
CRs: 03.02 03.18 09.02
SMG03/11
new: 02.53
All STCs
Technical Enhancements/improvements for phase 2
All STCs
SMG04
SMG04
Tandem Free Operation of speech codecs in Mobile-to-Mobile Calls (MMC
SMG11
New: 02.95; CRs: 02.04
UK
UK
Support of Shared Interworking Function (SIWF)
SMG04
SMG03
Affected Specs.
in STC
ETSI
F
Various
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Ms T.Sundbye
Tele-mobil
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
S24
Mr. J.Candish
Nortel
S20
S20
Work in SMG4 depends on
progress in SMG3
Mr S.Ouvrier
Telia
S24
core specs completed S24
S24
W.Navarro
Nortel
952/97
S28
PT SMG
S99
On-going exerci
General WI for Phase 2
"fixes"
Page34/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG11
Test methods for handset and headset mobile station
SMG11
CRs
Ian Goitz
Cellnet
UK
Stage 1
Mr L.Giles
BRT/UIC
UK
SMG01
Transparently supporting UPT phase 1
SMG01
Study
Mr D.Richards
03.50, ETS300 540, ETS300
607-1, GSM 11.10-1 TBR20,
TBR32
del
Transmission of date/time and zone
SMG01
Affected Specs.
in STC
AT&T NSI
UK
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Ian Goetz
Cellnet
del
deleted @ S27
Mr L.Giles
Vodafone
S18
replaced by WI "Network
Identity and Time Zone
(NITZ)"
Mr D.Richards
AT&T NSI
S13
SMG1 reported that no
work required
UMTS Charging & Billing
SMG01
D.Chambers
UMTS Core based on ATM Transport
SMG12
M.Wilson, A.Rouz
Phase 2+ status list
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
WI rapporteur
123/96
681/98
Fujitsu
759/98
Page35/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
UMTS Numbering, Addressing and Identities
SMG01
S.Kleier
MMO
681/98
UMTS Open Service Architecture
SMG12
R.Schmersel
Ericsson
761/98
Unified SMS CB scheduling algorithm
SMG04
Required
SMG04
CR
Required
SMG01
Universal access to freephone numbers
SMG01
SMG03
Stage 1
Stage 2
Ms N.Hodgson
Phase 2+ status list
GSM 07.61; CRs
CRs
UK
deleted @ S19
Ms N.Hodgson
Vodafone
S23
deleted @ S20
S23
Unstructured octet stream GPRS PDP Type (R98)
SMG04
SMG03
Vodafone
cancelled?
required
required
SMG04
GSM 09.61
GSM 09.02, GSM 09.60
required
556/98
S28
S28
Page36/37
WI Title
STC
Prime resp. committee
Type of Work
Rapporteur
Company
Country
SMG01
User-to-User Signalling (UUS)
SMG01
SMG03
Stage1
Stage 2
SMG03
Stage 3
Mr A. Conrad
T Mobil
DE
report
CRs
SMG09
11.11
new: 02.87; CRs: 02.04, 02.30
Company
Date
due/approved
Comments
Mr A. Conrad
T-Mobil
S19
stage 1 complete
WI appr. in Tdoc SM
S28
S28
SMG01
USSD Enhancements
SMG01
SMG03
Affected Specs.
in STC
WI rapporteur
02.04, 02.90
03.38, 03.90,04.80, 04.90,
09.02
Sverre Slotte
Nokia
S28
S28 on adice of T. Kokkola
S28
S28
Virtual Home Environment
SMG01
E.Postmann
Siemens
Wireless Mob. Stat. Location : Name kept Location Services
SMG01
M. Kanerva
Nokia C.Systems
S23
Duplicate of WI "location
services"
SMG01
Phase 2+ status list
Requirements
511/96
M. Kanerva
Nokia C.Systems
FIN
681/98
Page37/37
ETSI / SMG
Tdoc SMG 746/98
Meeting #27
Praha, 12 - 16 October, 1998
AI: 5.4
Source:
PT SMG
Title:
PT SMG Status Report (STF 12, STF 83, STF 80V, STF 61V,
STF 79)
Status:
for approval
Contents:
1 GENERAL ................................................................................................................................................................ 3
2 STATUS OF SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 3
2.1 GSM SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................. 4
2.1.1 GSM Phase 1 ................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1.2 GSM Phase 2 ................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1.3 GSM Phase 2+................................................................................................................................................. 4
2.2 UMTS...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.3 PUBLICATION OF SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................. 6
2.3.1 Free access to ETSI specifications .................................................................................................................. 6
2.3.2 ETSI CD ROM, ETSI publication date, SMG CD ROM .................................................................................. 6
2.3.3 Software compatibility problems ..................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.4 New SMG file structure on ETSI server........................................................................................................... 7
3 MS TYPE APPROVAL AND TESTING ACTIVITIES ..................................................................................... 10
3.1 PHASE 2+ TBR MODULES PREPARATION ................................................................................................................ 10
3.2 PHASE 2 TBR MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................................. 10
3.3 MS TEST SPECIFICATION (11.10-1) UPDATING AND MAINTENANCE ........................................................................ 10
3.4 MS TEST SPECIFICATION (11.10-1) DEVELOPMENT................................................................................................. 11
3.5 MS TEST SPECIFICATION (11.10-2) ICS UPDATING AND MAINTENANCE ................................................................. 11
3.6 MS TEST SPECIFICATION (11.10-3) TTCN UPDATING AND MAINTENANCE ............................................................ 11
3.7 MS TEST SPECIFICATION (11.10-3) TTCN DEVELOPMENT ..................................................................................... 11
3.8 OTHER PLANNED ACTIVITIES ................................................................................................................................. 12
4 PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................................... 12
4.1 GSM ...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1.1 UIC project .................................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1.2 GPRS ............................................................................................................................................................. 12
4.2 UMTS.................................................................................................................................................................... 12
5 ITU CO-ORDINATION ........................................................................................................................................ 12
6 PT SMG FUNDING AND RESOURCES............................................................................................................. 12
6.1 THE TEAM .............................................................................................................................................................. 13
6.3 PT SMG JOB DESCRIPTION..................................................................................................................................... 13
7 ETSI ACTIVITIES................................................................................................................................................. 13
8 PT SMG MANAGEMENT.................................................................................................................................... 13
9 EXPERTS NEEDED .............................................................................................................................................. 14
10 USEFUL INFORMATION.................................................................................................................................. 14
ANNEX 1 BUDGET USAGE OF PT SMG............................................................................................................... 1
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 1
ANNEX 2 SMG MEETING CALENDAR ................................................................................................................ 1
ANNEX 3 ACCESS TO SMG (SUB-GROUP) DOCUMENTS / E-MAIL GROUPS ........................................... 1
A3.1 THE ETSI SERVER ................................................................................................................................................ 1
A3.2 ETSI E-MAIL LISTS ................................................................................................................................................ 1
A3.3 GSM MOU PERMANENT REFERENCE DOCUMENTS (PRD) ................................................................................... 2
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 2
1
General
In 1998, the following Special Task Forces (STF) for SMG exist:
a) GSM related STF:
STF
deals with
12
Development of GSM phase 2+ standard
61V
ASCI
80V
GPRS
79
Mobile station test specifications
For STF80V, SMG#26 and ETSI Board approved modifications to the terms of reference.
In addition, terms of reference for an STF on GSM Number Portability (provisional number
STF EU) was approved by SMG#26 and ETSI Board.
b) UMTS: STF 83
Throughout this report, the generic term "PT SMG" is used to represent the STFs mentioned
above.
The STC related work in which PT SMG has taken part are covered by the STCs Status Reports
whilst this document gives a survey
• on the specific work of PT SMG, and
• on administrative matters.
2
Status of Specifications
As usual, the updated status list of specifications after SMG#27 will be distributed as an annex of
the plenary meeting report. The status of specifications before SMG#26 is available in
Tdoc SMG 747/98.
The present status and action list of phase 2/2+ GSM specifications and of UMTS specifications
as EN, TS, TR, and (revisions of) ETRs, ETSs and GTSes, including dates for Public Enquiry
(PE), Vote and One step Approval Procedure (OAP) is given in Tdoc SMG 733/98 (prepared by
Ian Doig).
The list of CRs presented to SMG#27 is contained in Tdoc SMG 744/98 (prepared by Michael
Sanders). The update in accordance with the results of this meeting is Annex 2 of
ETSI/SMG(98)4.
The total number of SMG approved GSM and UMTS specifications developed as follows:
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 3
GSM & UMTS
approved CRs
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
SM
G
#1
7
SM
G
#1
8
SM
G
#1
9
SM
G
#2
0
SM
G
#2
1
SM
G
#2
2
SM
G
#2
3
SM
G
#2
4
SM
G
#2
5
SM
G
#2
6
50
2.1
GSM specifications
2.1.1
GSM Phase 1
SMG#25 decided to declare the GSM Phase 1 specifications as “closed”. This means (see Tdoc
SMG 1135/97):
• the specifications are still published;
• no CRs are possible anymore.
2.1.2
GSM Phase 2
GSM Phase 2 Change requests developed as shown in the figure below:
Phase 2
G
#2
5
SM
G
#2
4
SM
G
#2
3
SM
G
#2
2
SM
G
#2
1
SM
G
#2
0
SM
G
#2
9
SM
G
#1
8
SM
G
#1
7
SM
#1
G
SM
2.1.3
6
approved CRs
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
GSM Phase 2+
Change Requests to GSM Phase 2+ developed as shown in the figure below:
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 4
Phase 2+
R96 appr.
R97 appr.
250
R98 appr.
200
150
100
50
0
SMG# 17
2.2
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
UMTS
Before SMG#27, the following UMTS specifications were under SMG change control, but not
published by ETSI:
No
TITLE
CURRENT VERSION
21.06
O&M requirements for the UMTS
3.0.0
22.01
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS): Service aspects; Service 3.2.1
22.05
Services and service capabilities
3.1.0
22.07
UMTS Terminal and Smart Card Concepts
3.0.0
22.24
Charging and Accounting Mechanism
3.0.0
22.25
Quality of Service and Network Performance
3.1.0
22.60
Mobile multimedia services including mobile Intranet and Internet services
3.0.0
22.70
Virtual Home Environment
3.0.0
22.71
Automatic establishment of roaming relations
3.0.0
30.00
SMG - UMTS Work programme
3.5.0
30.01
UMTS Baseline document: Collection of the SMG’s positions on the UMTS
3.3.01
30.20
Technical characteristics, capabilities and limitations of mobile satellite systems 3.1.0
33.20
Security principles for the UMTS
3.0.1
1 Version 3.3.0 reflects the decisions up to SMG#25. Version 3.4.0, reflecting the decisions of SMG#26, is not yet available.
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 5
The following specifications have been published:
NO
TITLE
CURRENT VERSION
21.01
Overall requirements on the radio interface(s) of the UMTS
3.0.1
30.03
Selection procedures for the choice of radio transmission technologies of the UMTS
3.2.0
30.06
UTRA Concept Evaluation Reports
3.0.0
AP SMG
For the following specifications, PT SMG is asking for confirmation that they can
be published. In addition, PT SMG often receives questions on the UMTS work program.
SMG might consider to publish UMTS 30.00 as well, in particular as all the information
is available on the Web.
21.02
High level requirements relevant for the definition of the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access 3.0.0
30.04
Definition of the limited number of UTRA concepts
3.0.0
Change Requests to UMTS specifications have been approved as shown below:
UMTS
approved CRs
5
4
3
2
1
0
SMG#22
2.3
2.3.1
SMG#23
SMG#24
SMG#25
SMG#26
Publication of specifications
Free access to ETSI specifications
As from mid September, ETSI made Technical Specifications and Reports available to download
free of charge from the ETSI WWW page http://webapp.etsi.org/publicationssearch/. Due to an
existing NSO agreement, ENs and ETSs will be only be available after 01/11/98.
2.3.2
ETSI CD ROM, ETSI publication date, SMG CD ROM
ETSI CD ROM:
It should be noted that the ETSI CD ROM contains ETSI published versions. Many
specifications (in the new scheme, the ENs, in the old scheme the ETS and TBR) have to
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 6
undergo the two step or one step approval procedures (TAP, OAP) within the national standards
organisations represented in ETSI Hence, it is normal that a specification, e.g., GSM 04.08
Version 5.7.0, is published by ETSI with date say 1 May 1998, and is in fact the same as the
SMG version from November 1997 (after SMG#23); the ETSI publication of the version 5.7.0
might then have a newer date than the SMG internal version 5.9.0.
SMG CD ROM:
The SMG#26 CD ROM has been available shortly after SMG#26. The SMG#27 CD ROM is
planned to be issued 3-4 weeks after the SMG#27 plenary.
2.3.3
Software compatibility problems
PT SMG informed earlier SMG plenaries about compatibility problems when different software
tools are used for the generation of documents.
Now, PT SMG had to discover that there are compatibility problems between different Word
versions, sometimes leading to the consequence that
• text disappears
• modifications made in figures/pictures disappear
when a Word for Windows 97 text is converted to Word 6.
ETSI rules don’t help with this problem. By the way, PT SMG received an information (but
didn’t verify it) that ITU doesn’t accept documents in Word for Windows 97.
The problem has been reported to WOME, which elaborated some recommendations to
SMG#27.
2.3.4
2.3.4.1
New SMG file structure on ETSI server
SMG specifications on ETSI server
On proposal of PT SMG in agreement with WOME, SMG#26 accepted the following approach
for storing specifications on the ETSI server:
• When a word version is available of a document (extension “.doc”), only the zipped
version (“.zip”) is put on the server. Same for access (“.mdb”) or Excel (“.xls”) or
Powerpoint (“.ppt”). When no electronic version is available, the document is scanned
and normally the non-compressed version goes to the server (because compression gain is
very small).
• File name convention (explained by examples):
∗ 0408-491.zip is the zipped 04.08 version 4.9.1. The “-“ shows that it is a
version not published by ETSI. (This information is also explicitly stated on
the front page of the specification.) If and when a version is published by
ETSI (this will entail a change of the front page and the headers, nothing
else), the version is increased to 4.9.2 and the file would be
0408_492.zip (“_” instead of “-“).
∗ 0408-4b0.zip is the zipped 04.08 version 4.11.0.
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 7
∗ 01318D10.zip is the zipped form of draft 1.0 of version 8 of 01.31. This
scheme, as decided in SMG#25, is applicable when a major version of a
specification is under STC change control.
∗ 0408D4p0.zip: This is a PT SMG internal draft before final verification in
PT SMG. It would be distributed to STC experts only in rare and extreme
cases (e.g. when a meeting is convened immediately after an SMG plenary).
• The following file structure should be used after SMG#26:
etsi/tech-org/SMG/documents/
SMG
SMG1
SMG2
…
SMG12
WOME
SPECS
.
Drafts
.
.
.
Ph1
Ph2
Ph2pl-v5
Ph2pl-v6
Ph2pl-v7
STC-CTR
01-serie
01318D10.zip
UMTS
In short: similar sub-directories for
• drafts (versions 10.x.y, 1.x.y, 2.x.y)
• phase 1
• phase 2
• phase 2+ major version 5
• phase 2+ major version 6
• phase 2+ major version 7
• …
• UMTS
• specifications under STC Change Control.
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 8
2.3.4.2
File structure for SMG plenary
In agreement with WOME, PT SMG intends to introduce, before the end of the year, the
following file structure for the directory SMG/document/SMG (prepared by Michael Sanders):
• The structure only defines sub-directory levels 1 and 2.
• Only one file may in the "root" directory, a readme.txt file describing the structure of the
SMG area.
The table below indicates the directory names to be found below /tech-org/smg/document/smg
(it means that every directory under level 1 has all sub-directories in the box under level 2).
Main Directory
inbox
plenary
sub-directory level 1
sub-directory level 2
24b9802_Paris
25_9803_Sophia
26_9806_Helsinki
27_9810_Praha
Comments
uploading area
the plenary directory should contain
all plenary meetings
report
“invite” and “agenda” only for the next
meeting
et cetera pp
Databases
Groups
adhocs
Specs
tools
invite
agenda
tdocs
change_request
meeting_calendar
members
officials
CR data base
the meeting calendar
members database
a (reference to a) document listing all
chairpersons
Specification status list
work item database
SMG coordination group
GSM MoU PRDs (until when all are available
on WWW)
Other SMG working groups
status_list
work_items
co-ordination
GSM_MoU
number_portability
etc.
PT_SMG
LCS_9810_sophia
see plenary
acrobat
microsoft
templates
www
2.3.4.3
PT SMG executive meetings
This directory would contain all joint and
adhoc meetings. If there are many meetings on
one particular subject, an extra subdirectory
(describing the topic) could be added under
the adhocs directory
See description above
acrobat reader
patches etc.
MS word templates - in particular the CR form
and work item description sheet form
Others could be added as needed
for future use to hold http files for easier
access to the SMG area
File structure for SMG STCs
A proposal for harmonization of STC file structure is in progress in PT SMG.
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 9
3
MS Type approval and testing activities
For more information of SMG7 activities, see the SMG7 status report in Tdoc SMG 541/98.
3.1
Phase 2+ TBR modules preparation
PT SMG pursued the ongoing development of Phase 2+ Type approval documents by:
• co-ordination with ACTE and GTAAB, (5 scope statements approved, 2 new mandates
received (one for R-GSM, one for CTS-MS)
• preparing and submitting the CTS-FP Draft scope statements (one new mandate is expected)
• meetings with ETSI secretariat, on EC order vouchers for Phase 2+ module implementations
and Phase 2 TBR merging - see Tdoc SMG 748/98, presented to SMG for approval.
• preparing the Phase 2+ R-GSM and the ASCI TBR modules for information to SMG#27. The
modules are linked to Phase 2 TBR 19 and 31 and comply with the 98/13/EC Terminal
Directive.
• organising and participating in SMG7 RTTE Ad hoc meeting in Sophia Antipolis (Aug 28)
• participating in OCG TG6 meeting focused on RTTE implementation (Sep 2)
Next Steps:
•
•
•
•
examine the implications of the new RTTE
participate in next OCG TG6 meetings (Nov 5, Dec 3)
attend the RTTE steering Committee’s AHG
complete and submit R-GSM and ASCI TBR modules to SMG7#20 for approval.
3.2
Phase 2 TBR maintenance
PT SMG pursued the ongoing update and maintenance of TBRs by:
• Updating Phase 2 TBR into new editions:
• TBR 19 (edition 6), now EN 301 419-1
• TBR 31 (edition 3), now EN 301 431.
• Evaluating and reporting to SMG7 on merging of TBR 19 and 31.
• Preparing a merged version of TBR 19 and 31, Access (Draft EN 301 419-1)
Next Steps:
• Prepare EN 301 420-1 (merged TBR 20 and 32, Telephony)
• Send TBR 19 edition 6 (EN 301 419-1) and TBR 31 edition 3 (EN 301 431) on TAP/OAP.
• Complete revised EN 301 419-1 (merged TBR 19 and 31, Access) for SMG#28
AP SMG
To approve the ToR for TBR merging and new TBR modules in
Tdoc SMG 748/98. In addition, PT SMG often receives questions on the UMTS work
program. SMG might consider to publish UMTS 30.00 as well, in particular as all the
information is available on the Web.
3.3
MS Test specification (11.10-1) updating and maintenance
PT SMG pursued the ongoing update and maintenance of the Part 1 prose:
• Implemented 11.10-1 test specification versions 4.23.0 and 5.6.0
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 10
3.4
MS test specification (11.10-1) development
PT SMG supported ongoing development activities:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Co-ordination with GPRS testing Drafting Group
Attendance of GPRS Drafting Sessions #5 and #6.
Organisation and participate in GPRS Drafting session #6 in Sophia Antipolis
Drafting and finalising VBS/VGCS, (ASCI) testing specs (Tdoc 362/98)
Drafting and finalising R-GSM (RF) testing specs (Tdoc 363/98 submitted here for approval)
Planning for 11.10-1 version 6
Note: CTS testing Drafting Group activities were on hold during the reporting period
Next steps:
• Draft VGCS/VBS cell re-selection (ASCI RF) testing
• Draft VGCS/VBS cell change (ASCI signalling) testing
• Increase resources for GPRS MM test development
3.5
MS Test specification (11.10-2) ICS updating and maintenance
No work performed.
Next steps:
• Develop new 11.10-2 Implementation Conformance Statement (ICS) version 4.24.0
• Create new 11.10-2 Phase 2+ ICS (version 5.7.0).
3.6
MS Test specification (11.10-3) TTCN updating and maintenance
Ongoing Quality Assurance and Maintenance of GSM900 and DCS1800 Abstract Test Suites
(ATS):
• Ongoing assistance to ANITE for TTCN implementation including syntax/static semantic
checks.
• Monitor and review ANITE TTCN implementation of version 4 for the following ATSs:
• Layer 3 signalling ATS
• Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) signalling ATS
• Cell Selection / Re-selection ATS
• Multiband signalling ATS
Next steps:
• Monitor and review version 5 TTCN implementation.
3.7
MS test specification (11.10-3) TTCN development
PT SMG planned for the necessary ATS development for UIC
Next steps:
• Draft VGCS/VBS/eMLPPP (ASCI) TTCN ATS
• Draft R-GSM TTCN ATS
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 11
3.8
Other Planned Activities
• Inclusion of PCS 1900 standard into 11.10
• Evaluate and plan for the transition towards the European Parliament and Council Directive
on Radio Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and the mutual recognition of the
conformity of equipment.
4
Programme management
Program management is reported under Agenda Items 6.12 (GSM) and 7.8 (UMTS). Here, only
work items under special STF management are reported:
4.1
4.1.1
GSM
UIC project
The European Commission has issued a DRAFT MANDATE TO CEN/CENELEC/ETSI FOR
STANDARDIZATION in the field of RAILWAY EQUIPMENT on the INTEROPERABILITY OF
THE TRANS-EUROPEAN HIGH-SPEED RAIL SYSTEM, see Tdoc SMG 750/98. In a meeting
between ETSI, CEN and UIC (3 July, 1998 at ETSI premises), the responsibilities between ETSI
and CEN have been clarified, see Tdoc SMG 751/98.
As a consequence, creation of an STF for dealing with the SMG related parts has been proposed.
It should be funded by the EC (possibly with some co-funding of UIC). The Terms of Reference
are presented in Tdoc SMG 749/98 for approval by SMG#27.
4.1.2
GPRS
PT SMG is support the GPRS testing activities with Jean-Jacques Davidian, Shicheng Hu (ETSI
PEX), Johan Petersen and soon, Professor Wang (University Shanghai) who has already several
times worked in PT SMG on a temporary basis.
A necessary change to the STF80V Terms of Reference had been accepted by SMG#26 and ETSI
Board.
4.2
UMTS
See agenda item 7.8.
5
ITU Co-ordination
By voluntary contribution from Nokia, Makis Kokkos has seconded as ITU-R Co-ordinator. He
has to resign as he will get new responsibilities in Nokia. We thank Nokia for this support, and
we thank Makis for his achievements.
Nokia has offered Stuart Cooke as a successor. SMG#27 should decide on the matter.
6
PT SMG Funding and Resources
For details on the budget, see annex 1. PT SMG (Antun Samukic/Ansgar Bergmann) participated
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 12
in the STF SMG Voluntary Funding Task Force. Ansgar Bergmann is also acting as secretary of
SMG AG.
6.1
The Team
As announced at SMG#26, Fredrik Pettersson has left the team end of July 1998. He had a very
demanding job in PT SMG, being responsible for SMG3 WPA, SMG2 WPA and System
Architecture/SMG12. His work was excellent, and PT SMG thanks him very much.
The team at present consists of Roger Tarazi, Peter van der Arend, Paolo Usai, Michael Sanders,
Mark Cataldo, Johan Petersen, Jean-Jacques Davidian, Friedhelm Rodermund, Fredrik
Pettersson, David Williams, Antun Samukic, Ansgar Bergmann.
Shicheng Hu (ETSI PEX) supports the TTCN and prose tests in GSM 11.10.
6.3
PT SMG job description
PT SMG tries to support all SMG STCs, and - as much as possible - all working parties, ad hoc
groups, and task forces; the PT SMG experts act as the editors of all Technical Specifications for
GSM which are under change control.
As usual, the updated detailed job descriptions for PT SMG are presented to SMG
(Tdoc SMG 764/98).
7
ETSI activities
8
PT SMG management
PT SMG executive meetings take place nine times per year, each meeting half a day (afternoon)
followed by a half day (morning) management meeting of PT SMG. SMG officials are invited to
participate at their choice. The management meetings carry out the agreements of the executive
meeting.
SMG members may send any problems, proposals etc. (by e-mail or fax) under subject starting
with PT SMG management to ansgar.bergmann@etsi.fr. They will be treated, the latest, at the
next SMG PT management / executive meeting.
Dates for the meetings:
1998: 19/20 October, 7/8 December
1999: 1/2 Feb, 15/16 Feb, 12/13 April, 14/15 June, 21-22 June, 6/7 Sept, 11/12 Oct, 18/19 Oct,
13/14 Dec.
Draft agenda 19/20 October:
• Planning of actions resulting from SMG#27
• Review of assignment of responsibilities in PT SMG, Review of PT SMG job description
• Review of program management
• Review of CR data base and status list of specifications.
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 13
9
Experts needed
There are two open longer term positions in PT SMG, shown as NN in the PT SMG job
description. In addition there are limited positions for GSM Number Portability (2 experts, 6 + 2
Months) and for Mobile Station testing, in particular TTCN support. It should be noted that there
is some flexibility to re-assign responsibilities in PT SMG, whence also experts in areas which
are shown as “occupied” should consider to join the team.
Calls for experts are in Tdoc SMG 762/98, Call for Experts for STF12 (GSM), 83 (UMTS) and
for STF EU (Study and investigation of the introduction of number portability in the GSM
family), which is also Collective Letter 1899.
Interested delegates should contact Ansgar Bergmann.
10
Useful information
The SMG meeting calendar is annex 2, together with information how to find the latest version
of the meeting calendar on the WWW or FTP server. Information on access to e-mail lists and
the FTP server is in annex 3.
Tdoc SMG 746: PT SMG Status Report to SMG#27 page 14
Annex 1
Budget usage of PT SMG
[see file annex-a.doc]
Tdoc SMG 746, Annex 1 page 1
Tdoc SMG 746, Annex 1 page 2
Tdoc SMG 746, Annex 1 page 3
Annex 2
SMG Meeting Calendar
Updated information of SMG (sub-group) meetings is available in three ways:
• On the ETSI server, under SMG/document/SMG, you find a file called mtgcal.xls.
Download it and open it (it is an Excel file). Take care! Near the left corner you see that
there are two sheets, one for 1998, one for 1999. Don’t look for the 1998 dates in the
1999 sheet. If you have a sufficiently high version of Excel, you will see red points for
most meetings. If you move to a filed with a red point, an indication of the meeting venue
will appear.
• The same file is available on the WWW ETSI SMG home page
(http://www.etsi.org/smg): You’ll then see the SMG meetings in the blue part at left.
Then follow the instructions.
• On the WWW ETSI home page (http://www.etsi.org), click on the red button “Technical
Bodies” (it is the one with five iconised ETSI officials); six rounded rectangles will
appear. Click on the one with writing “Calendar”. A box appears, and in the field
“Technical Body” you can activate a pull down menu and select a groups. (You’ll
probably have to scroll down to click the botton “Find Meetings”.)
In any case, if you have a question on meetings, you can contact Emmanuelle Wurffel (phone
+33 4 9294 4266, fax +33 4 9365 2817, e-mail emmanuelle.wurffel@etsi.fr).
Tdoc SMG 746, Annex 2 page 1
Annex 3
A3.1
Access to SMG (sub-group) documents / e-mail groups
The ETSI Server
The SMG documents and sub-group documents can be found on the ETSI server under the
directory:
http://docbox.etsi.org/tech-org/smg/document
A user name and password is required. Any ETSI member can obtain a user name by contacting
the ETSI help desk; e-mail: helpdesk@etsi.fr or tel: +33 4 9294 4900 or filling out an on-line
application form at:
http://www.etsi.org/AccountRequest/form.idc
A3.2
ETSI e-mail lists
SMG has several discussion/information e-mail groups on the ETSI e-mail listserver. In order to
join these lists list, you must register by sending an e-mail to the listserver. For example, if you
wish to join the SMG_plenary list, send an email to listserv@LIST.ETSI.FR with the following
line of text in the body of the message:
subscribe ListGroupName YourFirstName YourLastName
(This text must be the message body, not in the subject field which is always ignored.)
You will then automatically receive (via e-mail) further details about how the list operates, and
you’ll have to follow the instructions - in particular you will be asked to confirm, and if you
don’t do that, your subscription will be cancelled soon.
For example, Ansgar Bergmann registered successfully for the SMG Plenary list by sending the
message
subscribe SMG_plenary Ansgar Bergmann
All lists have an associated archive of every e-mail sent via that list. Information on how to
access the archive are sent to you when you subscribe to the list.
There are many e-mail groups on the list server. A continuously updated list of these groups can
be found at:
http://www.lsoft.com/scripts/wl.exe?XH=LIST.ETSI.FR
Please use the e-mail lists with some care, in particular, when responding to a message.
For example, if you receive a message sent to an e-mail list, and you want to reply: If you just
click on “reply”, the answer will probably go to the whole list again. So every member of the list
(around 260 people) would receive your answer, and that is probably not always what you want.
Documentation
on
the
use
of
http://www.lsoft.com/manuals/index.html.
e-mail
Tdoc SMG 746, Annex 3 page 1
lists
can
be
found
on
A3.3
GSM MoU Permanent Reference Documents (PRD)
GSM MoU intends to make all non-restricted PRD available on
http://www.gsmworld.com
PRDs of 3GIG are already available from there.
SERG PRD SE13 is available on the FTP server under /tech-org/smg/Document/smg/mou-prd. It
will be moved to /tech-org/smg/Document/smg/Groups/GSM_MoU, or deleted when the
document becomes available on http://www.gsmworld.com.
Tdoc SMG 746, Annex 2 page 2
ANNEX 8 STRUCTURE OF SMG AND SUBGROUPS
SMG
Chairman: Fred Hillebrand
Vice Chairmen: Alan Cox (Vodafone), Gunnar Sandegren (Ericsson)
Secretary: Ansgar Bergmann
SMG1
Chairman: Alan Cox (Vodafone)
Vice Chairmen: Armin Toepfer (Mannesmann Mobilfunk), Derek Richards (Lucent)
PT SMG support (including all subgroups): Roger Tarazi
Ad hoc groups:
• GPRS phase 2 ad hoc, Chairman Graham Heaton (Vodafone)
• UMTS phase 1 ad hoc, Chairman Emanuel Puga Perera (CNET)
• UMTS 22.01 ad hoc, Chairman Chris Friel (Cellnet)
• SIM toolkit ad hoc, Chairman Nigel Barnes (Motorola)
SMG2
Chairman: N.P.S. Andersen (Tele Danmark)
Vice Chairman: M. Färber (Siemens)
PT SMG support: Paolo Usai
Working Parties:
• WPA on Signalling Aspects, Acting Chairman Andrew Howell (Motorola);
PT SMG support: D. Williams
• WPB on Radio Aspects, Chairman N.P.S. Andersen (Tele Danmark);
PT SMG support: P. Usai
Ad hoc groups:
• UMTS-L1 Layer 1 Expert Group, Chairman A. Toskala (Nokia), Vice Chairman M.
Nasshan (Siemens), Secretary F. Gourgue (Alcatel)
• Layer 2&3 Protocol Expert Group, Chairman D. Fauconnier (Nortel), Vice Chairman:
C. Boisseau, France Télécom/CNET, Secretary G. Petkov (NEC)
• UTRAN Architecture Expert Group, Chairman P. Willars (Ericsson), Vice Chairman:
none, Secretary A. Länsisalmi (Nokia)
• ITU Expert Group, Chairman N. P. Magnani (Cselt), Secretary: R. Bruzzone (Philips
Consumer Communications)
SMG3
Chairman: Harald Dettner (Siemens)
Draft ETSI/SMG(98)3
Part B, Annexes
16/11/98
Acting Vice Chairmen: Hannu Hietalahti (Nokia), Steffen Haberman (T-Mobil), Ian Park
(Vodafone)
PT SMG support: Peter van der Arend
Working Parties:
• WPA on radio-interface & GPRS, Chairman Hannu Hietalahti (Nokia)
PT SMG support: Johan Petersen
• WPB on supplementary service, Chairman Steffen Haberman (T-Mobil)
PT SMG support : Peter van der Arend
• WPC on network aspects, Chairman Ian Park (Vodafone)
PT SMG support : David Williams
SMG4
Chairman: Kevin Holley (BT)
Vice Chairman: Norbert Klehn (Siemens), Graham Heaton (Vodafone), Lars Novak
(Ericsson), Arthur Gidlow (One2One)
PT SMG support (including all subgroups): Friedhelm Rodermund
Subgroups:
• SMS Group, Chairman Arthur Gidlow (One2One)
• Cell Broadcast Group, Chairman Ian Harris (Vodafone)
• GPRS Group, Chairman Graham Heaton (Vodafone)
• MS-TE Group, Chairman Lars Novak (Ericsson)
• IWF Group, Chairman Norbert Klehn (Siemens)
• MExE Group, Chairman John Candish (Nortel)
• UMTS Group, Chairman Kevin Holley
SMG6
SMG6 Chair: Gisela Hertel (Iridium)
SMG6 Vice Chairmen: Kai Sjöblom (Nokia), Steffen Weichselbaum (Mannesmann
Mobilfunk)
PT SMG support (including all subgroups): Michael Sanders
Subgroups:
• WPA (UMTS), Chairman Steffen Weichselbaum (Mannesmann Mobilfunk)
• 12.11 subgroup, Chairman NN. (was Mark Cataldo (Lucent))
• 12.08 subgroup, Chairman NN. (was Bill Szelazek (Lucent))
• GPRS subgroup, Chairman Kai Sjöblom (Nokia)
SMG7
SMG7 Chairman: Rémi Thomas (France Télécom)
SMG7 Program Manager: Jean-Jacques Davidian
Draft ETSI/SMG(98)3
Part B, Annexes
16/11/98
Subgroups:
• Signalling subgroup, Chairman Rémi Thomas (France Télécom)
PT SMG support : Jean-Jacques Davidian
• RF subgroup, Chairman Han van Bussel
PT SMG support : Jean-Jacques Davidian
Drafting subgroups:
• SMG7 GPRS: Rapporteur: Arnold Roenbeck
• SMG7 CTS: Rapporteur: Sada Dia
• SMG7 TTCN: Rapporteur: Shicheng Hu
SMG8
SMG8 Chairman: Simon Pike (Lucent Technologies)
PT SMG support: Friedhelm Rodermund
• Signalling subgroup: no fixed Chairman
SMG9
SMG9 Chairman: Klaus Vedder (Giesecke & Devrient)
Vice Chairmen: Colin Hamling (Cellnet), Nigel Barnes (Motorola)
PT SMG support (including all subgroups): Michael Sanders
Working Parties:
• UMTS working party, Chairman Guenter Maringer (T-Mobil)
• Testing working party, Chairman Gary Waite (Aspects software)
• API working party, Chairman Mark Green (Orange)
• SIM Application Toolkit Security, Chairman Nigel Barnes, (Motorola)
• Generics, Chairman Rune Lindholm (Nokia).
SMG10
Chairman: Mike Walker (Vodafone)
Vice Chairman: David Miles (Cellnet)
PT SMG support (technical manager for Security Aspects): Peter van der Arend
Working Parties:
• WPA: GSM Security Mechanisms, Chairman Henri Gilbert (France Télécom);
• WPB: GSM Services, Chairman Simon Collins (Praesidium); vice-chairman: Tim Wright
(Vodafone)
• WPC: UMTS Security, Chairman Colin Blanchard (BT Labs);
• WPD: Lawful interception, Chairman Bernie McKibben (Motorola).
The following ad-hoc groups are "active" within SMG10 on an ad-hoc basis to progress the work
on a certain work issue:
Draft ETSI/SMG(98)3
Part B, Annexes
16/11/98
on Ciphering Indicator (SMG10-BSG)
on Operational Feature Monitoring
on CTS
chairman Michael Walker
chairman Rolf Schnitzler
chairman Tim Wright
(Vodafone)
(MMO)
(Vodafone)
SMG11
Chairman: Kari Järvinen (Nokia)
Vice Chairmen: NN, Paolo Usai (ETSI PT SMG)
PT SMG support (including all subgroups): Paolo Usai
Sub-groups:
• AMR (Adaptive Multi Rate), Chairman Kari Järvinen (Nokia)
• TFO (Tandem Free Operation), Chairman William Navarro (Nortel)
• SQ (Speech Quality), Chairman P. Usai (ETSI PT SMG)
SMG12
Chairman: F. Courau (Alcatel)
Co-Chairman: T. Järvelä (Nokia)
PT SMG: NN, Antun Samukic
WOME
Chairman: Peter Donat, FEEI, Austria
Vice Chair: PT SMG support : Ansgar Bergmann, ETSI PT SMG
Note:
Draft ETSI/SMG(98)3
For details (co-ordinates), see file smg/document/smg/chairmen.zip on
the FTP server.
Part B, Annexes
16/11/98
ETSI SMG Tdoc 574/98
ETSI SMG #27
Prague,
12-16 October 1998
12 October 1998
Source:
ETSI Director General/UGG Chairman
Title:
During the meeting held in Tokyo, 7-9 October 1998
ARIB, ETSI, T1, TTA and TTC agreed this framework document
Agenda item:
5.7
Document for:
Decision
Discussion
Information
X
Table of Contents
[to be updated]
1
•
2- Draft Partnership Project Description
21- Individual Members (3GPP Overview)
•
3- Preamble
22- Individual Members (1)
•
4- 3GPP Overview
23- Individual Members (2)
•
5- Definition of 3GPP
24- Contributions to ITU (3GPP Overview)
•
6- Scope and objectives (1)
25- Submission of 3GPP results to ITU
•
7- Scope and objectives (2)
26- Regulators/Governments (3GPP Overview)
•
8- Characteristics of 3GPP (1)
27- National/Regional regulatory requirements
•
9- Characteristics of 3GPP (2)
28- Financial requirements for establishing 3GPP
•
10- Membership
29- Overview showing external interfaces
•
11- Organizational Partners (3GPP Overview)
30- Internal structure of 3GPP
•
12- Organizational Partners (Definition)
31- Internal structure of 3GPP showing example
Partners and Members only
•
13- Documentation for 3GPP
32- Primary responsibilities of PCGs and TSGs (1)
•
14- The Partnership Project Agreement (1)
33- Primary responsibilities of PCGs and TSGs (2)
•
15- The Partnership Project Agreement (2)
34- Primary responsibilities of PCGs and TSGs (3)
•
16- The Partnership Project Description
35- Primary responsibilities of PCGs and TSGs (4)
•
17- The Partnership Project Working Procedures
36- Primary responsibilities of PCGs and TSGs (5)
•
18- Ownership of the Partership Project results
37- Participation rights in PCGs and TSGs
•
19- Market Representation Partners (3GPP Overview)
38- Principles for decision making within 3GPP
•
20- Market Representation Partners (Definition)
39- Working language of 3GPP
40- Target Schedule for the creation of 3GPP
41- Work items to be transferred to 3GP
3GPP-07/10/1998
2
THIRD GENERATION PARTNERSHIP PROJECT (3GPP)
DRAFT PARTNERSHIP PROJECT DESCRIPTION
During the meeting held in Tokyo, 7-9 October 1998
ARIB, ETSI, T1, TTA and TTC agreed this
framework document.
[Subject to formal confirmation]
3GPP-07/10/1998
3
Preamble
Standards organizations and other related bodies have agreed to cooperate for the production of a complete set of globally applicable
Technical Specifications for a 3rd Generation Mobile System based
on the evolved GSM core networks and the radio access
technologies supported by 3GPP partners (i.e., UTRA both FDD and
TDD modes).
The Project is entitled the “Third Generation Partnership Project”
and may be known by the acronym “3GPP”.
3GPP has been established for the preparation and maintenance of
the above mentioned Technical Specifications, and is not a legal
entity and is non-profit making.
3GPP-07/10/1998
4
3GPP Overview
3GPP
Project Co-ordination Group
Technical Specification Groups
Support Functions
Technical
Specifications
3GPP-07/10/1998
5
Definition of the Third Generation Partnership Project
3GPP will provide globally applicable Technical
Specifications for a 3rd Generation Mobile System
based on the evolved GSM core network, and the
Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (UTRA), to be
transposed by relevant standardization bodies
(Organizational Partners) into appropriate
deliverables (e.g., standards).
3GPP-07/10/1998
6
Scope and objectives (1)
The Technical Specifications will be developed in view of global roaming
and circulation of terminals.
The 3rd Generation Mobile System and its capabilities will be developed
in a phased approach. Initially, 3GPP will elaborate, approve and
maintain the necessary set of Technical Specifications for the first phase
of a 3rd Generation Mobile System including:
• UTRAN (including UTRA; W-CDMA in Frequency Division
Duplex (FDD) mode and TD-CDMA in Time Division Duplex
(TDD) mode)
• 3GPP Core Network (Third Generation networking capabilities
evolved from GSM . These capabilities include mobility management
and global roaming.)
• Terminals for access to the above (including specifications for a UIM)
• System and service aspects
3GPP-07/10/1998
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Scope and objectives (2)
The set of global specifications for the first phase of the
3GPP core network and the specifications for the GSM
core network should be common to the largest extent
possible and should not be needlessly different.
The results of the 3GPP work will form the basis of
member contributions to the ITU in accordance with
existing procedures.
3GPP will take account of emerging ITU recommendations
on interworking between IMT-2000 family members.
In the framework of agreed relationships, 3GPP will
elaborate Technical Specifications that will form the basis
of standards, or parts of standards, of the Organizational
Partners.
3GPP-07/10/1998
8
Characteristics of 3GPP (1)
3GPP is characterized by the following attributes:
• Minimum production time for Technical
Specifications from conception to approval
• Fast, electronic based approval process
• Maximum use of modern (electronic) working
methods
• Minimum number of hierarchical levels with
decision making taking place at the lowest
appropriate levels
3GPP-07/10/1998
9
Characteristics of 3GPP (2)
• A Project Co-ordination function and a
Technical Specification function
• Task oriented, ensuring that on completion of
the tasks the future of the project is reevaluated
• Cost effective use of financial/human
resources provided by Partner Organizations
(if required)
3GPP-07/10/1998
10
Membership
3GPP is open for membership to all standards
organizations irrespective of the geographical
location.
Membership is categorized as follows:
• A Partner:
–
Organizational Partner
–
Market Representation Partner
• An Individual Member
3GPP-07/10/1998
11
Organizational Partners
3GPP
PARTNERS
Project Co-ordination Group
Organizational
Partners
Technical Specification Groups
Support Functions
Technical
Specifications
Partners’ Standardization Process
Partner deliverables
3GPP-07/10/1998
12
Organizational Partners
An Organizational Partner is:
An open standards organization with a national,
regional or other officially recognized status
(in their country or region)
that:
• has the capability and authority to define, publish
and set standards nationally or regionally and
• has signed (or whose sponsor has signed) the
Partnership Project Agreement
Organizational Partners will meet as approriate and
make decisions by consensus
3GPP-07/10/1998
13
Documentation for 3GPP
The following 3 documents are required for 3GPP to be
created:
• The Partnership Project Agreement
• The Partnership Project Description
(this present document)
• The Partnership Project Working Procedures
Drafts of these three documents will be prepared by a
working group comprising of representatives from the
potential partners.
3GPP-07/10/1998
14
The Partnership Project Agreement (1)
The Partnership Project Agreement is a concise
legal document signed by participating Partners (or
their sponsor).
It contains the minimum legal text necessary for
3GPP to function correctly.
The Partnership Project Agreement refers to the
Partnership Project Description and the Partnership
Project Working Procedures.
3GPP-07/10/1998
15
The Partnership Project Agreement (2)
The Partnership Project Agreement includes obligations
on Partners to commit themselves to the 3GPP scope:
• to encourage their members to contribute to the common
set of Technical Specifications and to avoid duplication
of work
• to convert / transpose / adopt all relevant Technical
Specifications resulting from 3GPP into their own
relevant deliverables through their normal processes
• to identify as early as possible, any national / regional
regulatory requirements that may lead to options within
the Technical Specifications
• to make their IPR Policy available for consideration
3GPP-07/10/1998
16
[The Partnership Project Description]
[The Partnership Project Description
(this present document) is a development of the
position agreed in Tokyo and modified by the
results of the meeting in London.
It will be enhanced during future meetings.]
[This slide will be deleted later]
3GPP-07/10/1998
17
The Partnership Project Working Procedures
The draft Partnership Project Working
Procedures will be elaborated by a working
group comprising of representatives from the
potential partners.
The ETSI Technical Working Procedures will be
used as a starting point for this work.
3GPP-07/10/1998
18
Ownership of the Partnership Project results
The Organizational Partners of 3GPP will have joint
ownership (including copyright) of the Technical
Specifications.
3GPP-07/10/1998
19
Market Representation Partners
3GPP
PARTNERS
Project Co-ordination Group
Market
Organizational Representation
Partners
Partners
Technical Specification Groups
Support Functions
Technical
Specifications
Partners’ Standardization Process
Partner deliverables
3GPP-07/10/1998
20
Market Representation Partners
Standardization should meet market needs.
In order to identify market requirements, the high competence of Market
Representation Partners should be used.
A Market Representation Partner is an organization invited to participate by the
Organizational Partners to offer market oriented advice to 3GPP and to bring into
3GPP aggregated market requirements falling within the 3GPP scope.
A Market Representation Partner:
• does not have the capability and authority to define, publish and set standards
nationally or regionally
• has signed (or whose sponsor has signed) the Partnership Project Agreement
• has committed itself to the 3GPP scope
Potential Market Representation Partners are:
• UMTS Forum
• GSM MoU Association (including all regional interest groups)
• GSM Alliance
3GPP-07/10/1998
Individual Members
21
3GPP
PARTNERS
Project Co-ordination Group
Market
Organizational Representation
Partners
Partners
Technical Specification Groups
INDIVIDUAL
MEMBERS
Technical
Contributions
Support Functions
Technical
Specifications
Partners’ Standardization Process
Partner deliverables
3GPP-07/10/1998
22
Individual Members (1)
Membership in an Organizational Partner is a prerequisite for Individual Membership.
Individual Membership is open to legal entities
committed to:
• contribute technically or otherwise to one or more of
the Technical Specification Groups within the 3GPP
scope
• use the 3GPP results to the extent feasible
• support the Terms of Reference of 3GPP to which their
Organizational Partner is committed.
Individual Membership in 3GPP will be terminated by
dissolution, abolition, resignation or expulsion from the
related Organizational Partner.
3GPP-07/10/1998
23
Individual Members (2)
Working assumption:
All entities registered as members of an Organizational
Partner and eligible for participation in the technical work
of that Partner, can become Individual Members of 3GPP.
Individual members shall apply to their Organizational
Partner to participate in 3GPP.
Individual Members act in the 3GPP in their own right;
they carry the full responsibility for their contributions.
Individual Membership applicants residing in a country/area
without an Organizational Partner can apply for
membership in an Organizational Partner according to the
rules of each Partner.
(e.g. ETSI Associate Membership is available)
3GPP-07/10/1998
Contributions to ITU
24
International
Recommendations
3GPP
ITU
PARTNERS
Project Co-ordination Group
IMT 2000
contributions
via existing
processes
Market
Organizational Representation
Partners
Partners
Technical Specification Groups
INDIVIDUAL
MEMBERS
Technical
Contributions
Support Functions
Technical
Specifications
Partners’ Standardization Process
Partner deliverables
3GPP-07/10/1998
25
Submission of 3GPP results to ITU
3GPP will not contribute directly to the ITU but will
follow existing national/regional processes.
3GPP results should be submitted to the ITU as
appropriate.
Formal contributions to ITU Study Groups are made
by ITU members.
3GPP-07/10/1998
Regulators / Governments
26
International
Recommendations
3GPP
ITU
Regulators/
Governments
Manda tes
PARTNERS
Project Co-ordination Group
IMT 2000
Contributions
via existing
processes
Market
Organizational Representation
Partners
Partners
Technical Specification Groups
INDIVIDUAL
MEMBERS
Technical
Contributions
Support Functions
Technical
Specifications
Partners’ Standardization Process
Partner deliverables
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National / regional regulatory requirements
All regulatory national / regional variations will
be included in the Technical Specifications as
defined by the Technical Specification Groups
and may be options included in the Technical
Specifications.
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Resource requirements for establishing 3GPP
Working assumption:
ETSI will absorb the initial cost of establishing
the 3GPP, if required.
Thereafter, the costs will be shared by the
Organizational Partners. There will be no direct
3GPP membership fee for Individual Members.
Partners and Individual Members may provide
support functions to the extent that they are able
(eg hosting of meetings and provision of
Secretariat support).
The longer term financial requirements for
Partners are for further study.
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International
Recommendations
Overview showing external interfaces
3GPP
ITU
Regulators/
Governments
Mandates
PARTNERS
Project Co-ordination Group
Market
Organizational Representation
Partners
Partners
IMT 2000
Contributions
via existing
processes
Technical Specification Groups
INDIVIDUAL
MEMBERS
Technical
Contributions
Support Functions
Technical
Specifications
Partners’ Standardization Process
Partner deliverables
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Internal structure of 3GPP
3GPP consists of a Project Co-ordination Group
(PCG) and Technical Specification Groups
(TSGs).
To assist in the co-ordination of the technical
activities, the TSGs are encouraged to meet at
the same time and place, as and when
appropriate.
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Internal structure of 3GPP
3GPP
Project Co-ordination Group
TSG
Radio
Access
Network
TSG
TSG
TSG
Core
Network
Terminals
System
Aspects
Technical Specifications
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Work areas to be covered by the Radio Access Network TSG
• Layer 1 on MT-RAN Interface
• Layer 2 on MT-RAN Interface
• Layer 3 (RR) on MT-RAN Interface
• Iu Interface
• Iur Interface
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Work areas to be covered by the Core Network TSG
• Layer 3 (CC) on MT-RAN Interface
• Layer 3 (MM) on MT-RAN Interface
• Network Interface (Call Associated Signalling)
• Network Interface (Non-Call Associated Signalling)
• PSTN/ISDN/Internet/etc. Interconnection
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Work areas to be covered by the Terminal TSG
• MS Radio Performance Specifications
• UIM-MT Interface
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Work areas to be covered by the System Aspects TSG
• Fixed Wireless Access (Wireless Local Loop)
• Security Aspects (implementation and usage)
• CODEC (final placement to be determined by subject
matter experts)
• Overview
• Requirements and Objectives for Services and
Systems, including charging and accounting
mechanisms with respect to roaming aspects
• System Architecture
• Information Flows
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Work areas for further study
• Conformance Testing for Mobile Stations
• MS-Adapter Interface (Excessive standardization
may limit innovation)
• Iub Interface
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Primary responsibilities of PCG and TSGs (1)
The primary responsibilities of PCG, TSGs and
Organizational Partners are given in the following
tables:
F u n ctio n
O rg
P artn ers
m eetin g
1
Ap p ro va l o f n ew P artn ers for
3G P P
X
2
Ap p ro va l o f O rg an izatio n al
P artner funding requ irem en ts
an d contribu tion s
X
3
Allo catio n of h u m an and
finan cial resources provid ed
b y P artners to P C G
X
3a
Allo catio n of reso urce s to
TSGs
3b
Allo catio n of reso urce s w ith in
TSGs
PCG
TS G s
X
X
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Primary responsibilities of PCG and TSGs (2)
Function
4
Allocation of voluntary
human and financial
resources by Market
Representation Partners and
Individual Members
5
Handling of appeals from
Individual Members on
procedural matters
6
Handling of appeals from
individual members on
technical matters
7
Determine overall time frame
and manage overall work
progress
Org
Partners
meeting
2 nd
step
PCG
TSGs
X
X
1 st
step
2 nd
step
1 st
step
X
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Fu nctio n
7a
O rg
P artner
m eeting
PCG
TS G s
D e ta iled tim e fram e an d
m a n ag e d eta iled w o rk
p ro g re s s
Ap p rova l o f T e ch n ic al
S p e cifica tio n s
X
9
P ro po sal o f w o rk ite m s
w ith in th e a g re ed s co p e an d
term s o f refere nce
X
10
A p p rova l o f w o rk ite m s
w ith in th e a g re ed s co p e an d
term s o f refere nce
11
M an ag em en t o f w o rk ite m s
8
X
X
X
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F u n c tio n
12
T e c h n ic a l C o -o rd in a tio n
(S ys te m A s p e c ts T S G w ill
p la y a ro le h e re )
13
A p p o in tm e n t o f O rg P a rtn e rs
m e e tin g C h a irm a n (p ro v id e d
b y h o s t o n a ro ta tio n a l b a s is )
13a
O rg
P a rtn e rs
m e e tin g
E le c tio n o f T S G C h a irm a n
a n d V ic e C h a irm e n
14a
C re a tio n o f T S G s a n d
a p p ro v a l o f th e ir te rm s o f
re fe re n c e
TS G s
X
X
A p p o in tm e n t o f P C G
C h a irm a n (fo r o n e ye a r te rm )
14
PCG
X
X
X
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Primary responsibilities of PCG and TSGs (5)
Function
O rg
P artners
m eeting
P CG
TSG s
15
Creation of TSG w orking
groups and approval of their
term s of reference
X
16
Election of TSG W orking
G roup Chairm en and Vice
Chairm en
X
17
Confirm ation of individual
m em ber participation rights
X
18
Approval of 3G PP scope and
term s of reference
X
19
M aintain Partnership Project
Agreem ent, Project
Description and W orking
Procedures
X
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Participation rights in PCG and TSGs
The following have a right to participate in the PCG:
• Representatives of participating Organizational Partners, with the right
to take part in the decision making process.
• Representatives of participating Market Representation Partners,
with the right to speak, submit contributions, but not to take part in the
decision making process.
• Chairman and Vice Chairmen of the TSGs, as ex-officio members with
the right to speak, submit contributions, but not to take part in the
decision making process.
The following have a right to participate in the TSGs :
• Representatives of members of participating Organizational
Partners (i.e. Individual Members) with the right to take part in the
decision making process.
• Representatives of participating Organizational and Market
Representation Partners with the right to speak and submit
documents but not to take part in the decision making process.
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Principles for decision making within 3GPP
Decision making within PCGs
• By consensus
Decision making within TSGs
• By consensus
• By vote in unavoidable cases
(details to be further elaborated)
(Note: voting will not be permitted on National/Regional options)
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Principles for voting within TSGs
The following principles will be applied for voting within the TSGs
• One “Individual company Member”, one vote
• Organizational Partners to interpret “ Individual company
Member” according to its own rules of membership
• The PCG will maintain a register of eligible voters for the TSGs
• Each Individual Member may carry the proxy for up to five other
Individual Members
• The Organizational Partners will conduct a fairness review of
the voting system six months after 3GPP start-up
[Note: approved subject to confirmation by 6 November]
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Working language for 3GPP
The working language for 3GPP shall be English
• Meetings of the PCGs and TSGs shall be
conducted in English
• 3GPP technical specifications shall be
prepared in English
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Relationship with other groups
3GPP will establish and maintain good relationships
with groups working on standards for other
IMT-2000 family members.
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Intellectual Property Rights (1)
The Individual Members of 3GPP are bound by the IPR
Policies of their respective Organizational Partner.
Individual members will be encouraged to declare at
the earliest opportunity, any IPRs which they believe
to be essential, or potentially essential, to any work
ongoing within 3GPP .
After comparing their respective IPR policies, ARIB,
ETSI, T1, TTA and TTC have agreed that their IPR
policies are quite similar and have agreed on the
following:
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Intellectual Property Rights (2)
(i)
to encourage their respective members to grant
licences on fair, reasonable terms and conditions
on a non-discriminatory basis.
(ii)
to note the necessity of early assurance that the
3GPP technical specifications should not be
blocked by refusal of owners of essential IPRs to
grant licences.
(iii)
to understand that essential IPRs mean essential
IPRs relative to any or all parts of the content of
the 3GPP technical specifications.
[Note: approved subject to confirmation by 6 November]
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(22-23 October
(19 November
(26 November
Target Schedule for the creation of 3GPP
Approval of 3GPP by T1)
Approval of 3GPP by ETSI GA)
Approval of 3GPP by ARIB)
30 November Determine technical framework and work programme
2- 4 December Approve Project documentation,
Create PCG, Create TSGs and elect Chairmen
(ARIB/ETSI/T1/TTA/TTC meeting in Copenhagen)
7-11 Dec
Technical work begins
(Note: it may be possible for this schedule to be accelerated and for
technical work to start pending approval by the Partners)
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