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ETSI/TC SMG (97) 4
ETSI TECHNICAL COMMITTEE SMG
SPECIAL MOBILE GROUP
Report of Meeting No. 23 held in Budapest
13-17 October 1997
ETSI SMG
Meeting n°23
Budapest, 13th - 17th October, 1997
ETSI/SMG (97) 4 Part A
(Part A)
Executive Summary SMG #23
The SMG #23 Plenary Meeting was held in Budapest, Hungary. It was hosted by
the two GSM network operators Pannon GSM and Westel 900. It was attended by
196 delegates.
(1) MAIN TARGETS OF SMG #23
− Review of major phase 2+ work items
− SMG/T1P1 working procedures on common GSM specifications
− Strategic UMTS questions
− ITU work program for the January 96 meetings of SG 11 and TG 8/1 groups
− Concept for direct voluntary funding of PT SMG by SMG members
(2) THE TIME BETWEEN SMG #22 IN JUNE AND #23 IN OCTOBER
− UMTS and IMT 2000 co-ordination including a special SMG Plenary (SMG #22
bis) for approval of ITU contributions
− The GSM MoU agreed to extend the co-operation agreement with ETSI to Third
Generation and to provide some funding for UMTS work of PT SMG subject to a
satisfactory revision of the co-operation agreement
− An agreement on SMG/T1P1 working procedures for common GSM specifications
was reached
− Commonalties with ARIB and TTC were explored in three meetings and a way
forward was negotiated. This result needs approval by SMG and ARIB/TTC
− Thanks to growing support within ETSI’s Board it was possible to maintain SMG’s
integrity. The responsibilities of SMG6 for O & M in GSM and UMTS work were
reviewed. A working relation with the new TC TMN was established and allows
SMG6 to continue their work. The funding of PT SMG was secured by
contributions from ETSI’s voluntary funded work, program, CEC and GSM MoU
− GSM and UMTS were promoted in Japan Brazil and in a seminar of GSM MoU at
the 10th anniversary in Cyprus
(3) GENERAL MATTERS
− The “SMG Steering Group“ was renamed to “SMG Co-ordination group“ and terms
of reference were agreed
− The re-election of the SMG Chair, a SMG Vice-Chair and the chairs of SMG3 and
7 will take place during SMG #24 in December
(4) GSM WORK
(4.1) REVIEW OF MAJOR GSM WORK ITEMS
− GPRS: Phase 1 is planned for Release 97.
− ASCI: phase 2 is planned early in Release 98.
− CAMEL phase 2 planned for Release 97.
− GSM number portability: GSM number portability and GSM 1900 Service Provider
Number Portability are treated as separate work items. Completion of GSM number
portability planned 1998.
− Progress on CTS was reporte.
− CNAP: developed under leadership of T1P1; phase 1 is planned for Release 97.
(4.2) REMAINING GSM ISSUES OF THE STC
− GSM related work in Work in STCs, e.g., SMG2 is not decreasing.
− Difficulties to find hosts for SMG2 and SMG3 meetings, risk of cancellation of
meetings and delay in work for that reason.
− Ongoing work in STCs on completion of Release 97: Among others, on Improved
Data Rates through Optimised Modulation, BTS performance requirements for very
small cell (picocell) scenarios; Fast moving mobile station - Hierarchical Networks,
Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS), Tandem Free Operation (phase 1),
Multiplexing protocol at TE/MS interface, Support of Shared Data Interworking
(SIWF).
− Work on Release 98 Work Items started and progressed in SMG1 and other groups:
phased approach to ISDN-based DECT/GSM inter-working; Call Deflection: Stage
1 approved.
Work on technical realisation of features planned for Release ’98: Follow me,
Immediate Service Termination (Release 98), Multiple Subscriber Profile, Tandem
Free Operation (phase 2).
− Security studies related to Lawful interception, FIGS, GSM Number Portability,
CTS.
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− Liaison activities on IP port numbers for GPRS, towards ITU-T on Sub System
Numbers (SSN) for new GSM subsystems like CAMEL servers and GPRS nodes;
informal contacts with Mobile Data Initiative.
(4.3) GSM PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
− New work items approved: MS application execution environment.
− The budget request for 1998 as approved in SMG #22 can be covered by
contributions from ETSI’s voluntary funded work program, CEC and GSM MoU.
− The SMG/T1P1 working procedures on common GSM specifications were
approved.
(5) UMTS WORK
− The agreement on a raw concept and the work distribution between SMG and SES
on the UMTS satellite component was endorsed by SES and SMG.
− Co-operation with the newly created UMTS subgroup in T1P1 started.
− The proposed working procedures with ARIB on Third Generation radio matters
and the next steps of work with TTC on Third Generation network aspects were
approved.
− A more detailed procedure for the UTRA selection in SMG #24 and the planning of
an SMG #24 bis meeting (if needed) were endorsed.
− The work program for ITU contributions to the January meetings of SG11 and
TG8/1 groups was endorsed. It allows the full involvement of the relevant STCs
and foresees an approval of contributions in SMG #24.
− The progress in UMTS services radio, network and data aspects was reviewed. The
UMTS baseline document and UMTS work program were updated.
Draft of ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B Annexes, page 3
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ETSI SMG
Meeting n°23
Budapest, 13th - 17th October, 1997
ETSI/SMG (97) 4
(Part B)
Contents
0
MEETING REPORTS OF SMG#22 AND SMG#22BIS..............................................................4
1
TARGETS OF SMG#23..................................................................................................................4
2
ADOPTION OF AGENDA .............................................................................................................5
3
REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN ...................................................................................................5
4
INFORMATION FROM T1P1, ECTEL TMS, GSM MOU........................................................6
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
T1P1...................................................................................................................................................6
ECTEL TMS......................................................................................................................................6
REPORT OF THE GSM MOU ASSOCIATION ......................................................................................7
RELATION WITH CHINESE MPT/RITT .................................................................................................8
5
SMG MATTERS..............................................................................................................................8
5.1
5.2
5.3
RE-ELECTION OF OFFICIALS ................................................................................................................8
STEERING GROUP MANDATE ...............................................................................................................9
OTHER SMG RELATED MATTERS........................................................................................................9
6
MAJOR GSM WORK ITEMS.......................................................................................................9
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
GPRS .................................................................................................................................................9
ASCI ................................................................................................................................................11
CAMEL ...........................................................................................................................................11
GSM NUMBER PORTABILITY AND GSM 1900 SERVICE PROVIDER NUMBER PORTABILITY ..............11
GSM CORDLESS TELEPHONY SYSTEM (CTS) ..................................................................................12
CALLING NAME PRESENTATION (CNAP) .........................................................................................13
7
REMAINING GSM ISSUES OF THE STCS..............................................................................13
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
7.1.4
7.2
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.7.1
7.7.2
7.8
7.9
7.10
SMG 1..............................................................................................................................................14
Phase 2 Issues..................................................................................................................................14
Release 96 Issues .............................................................................................................................14
Phase 2+ work, Release 97 and beyond ..........................................................................................14
Other issues......................................................................................................................................15
SMG 2..............................................................................................................................................15
SMG 3..............................................................................................................................................17
Phase 2: ...........................................................................................................................................17
Release ‘96.......................................................................................................................................17
Release ’97 and beyond ...................................................................................................................18
Other issues: ....................................................................................................................................18
SMG4...............................................................................................................................................19
SMG6...............................................................................................................................................20
SMG7...............................................................................................................................................22
SMG8...............................................................................................................................................25
SMG 8 Status ...................................................................................................................................25
Report of TC ERM #03 ....................................................................................................................26
SMG9...............................................................................................................................................26
SMG10.............................................................................................................................................27
SMG11.............................................................................................................................................28
8
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT .....................................................................................................31
8.1
NEW WORK ITEMS.............................................................................................................................31
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.2
8.3
8.4
Mobile application execution environment (MAEE)........................................................................31
Work items for deletion ....................................................................................................................31
Status of Releases.............................................................................................................................31
SMG/T1P1 WORKING PROCEDURES .................................................................................................32
PT SMG RESOURCES .......................................................................................................................32
VERSION MANAGEMENT OF GSM SPECIFICATIONS ...........................................................................32
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UMTS MATTERS .........................................................................................................................33
9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.1.4
9.2
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
9.2.4
9.2.5
9.3
9.4
9.4.1
9.4.2
9.5
9.5.1
9.5.2
9.5.3
9.6
9.6.1
9.6.2
9.6.3
9.6.4
9.6.5
9.6.6
9.6.8
9.7
9.7.1
9.7.2
9.7.3
REPORTS FROM THE RELEVANT GROUPS ...........................................................................................33
UMTS Forum ...................................................................................................................................33
Third Generation Interest group (3GIG) .........................................................................................34
GMM................................................................................................................................................34
SES...................................................................................................................................................34
UMTS STRATEGIC MATTERS ............................................................................................................35
T1P1 co-operation ...........................................................................................................................35
ARIB/TTC co-operation ...................................................................................................................35
Regulatory Requirements.................................................................................................................36
Mobile Fixed Convergence ..............................................................................................................36
SMG plenary organisation for UTRA definition ..............................................................................37
UMTS SERVICES ..............................................................................................................................37
UMTS RADIO (SMG2).....................................................................................................................38
Change requests to the UMTS documentation presented to SMG#23 for approval ........................39
Other UMTS radio related issues ....................................................................................................39
OTHER STCS ....................................................................................................................................39
SMG3 ...............................................................................................................................................39
SMG4 ...............................................................................................................................................39
SMG6 ...............................................................................................................................................39
UMTS PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................39
SMG Work Programme for UMTS...................................................................................................40
UMTS Baseline document................................................................................................................40
Open questions related to UMTS baseline document ......................................................................40
UMTS 30.20 on satellite matters and handling of CR related to satellite aspects...........................40
SMG STCs’ responsibility for review of the GSM MoU 3GIG documents ......................................41
Availability of UMTS documents on ETSI Database (DOCBOX) ...................................................41
WI description as at ETSI data base................................................................................................41
ITU MATTERS ...................................................................................................................................41
ITU-R ...............................................................................................................................................41
ITU-T matters ..................................................................................................................................43
ITU Work Program ..........................................................................................................................43
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CLOSING OF THE MEETING ...................................................................................................43
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NEXT MEETINGS........................................................................................................................44
ANNEX 1: LIST OF PARTICIPANTS .............................................................................................................1
ANNEX 2: STATUS OF CRS PRESENTED TO THE MEETING ...............................................................1
ANNEX 3: LIST OF DOCUMENTS .................................................................................................................1
ANNEX 4: LIAISON STATEMENTS ..............................................................................................................1
ANNEX 5: STATUS OF SMG SPECIFICATIONS AFTER SMG#23 ..........................................................1
ANNEX 6: ROADMAP FOR THE FINALISATION OF GSM PHASE 2+ WORK ITEMS - VERSION 23.0
...........................................................................................................................................................1
ANNEX 7: CHAIRMAN’S LETTER TO SMG ON MISSING HOSTS FOR SMG2 AND SMG3.............1
ANNEX 8: PT SMG BUDGET REPORT (TDOC SMG 866/97)....................................................................1
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97/10/13
ANNEX 9: SUMMARY OF SMG STG#23 MEETING ..................................................................................1
ANNEX 10: SUMMARIES OF MEETINGS WITH JAPANESE TTC/ARIB (TDOC SMG 757/97)...........1
ANNEX 11: SUMMARIES OF MEETINGS WITH CHINESE MPT/RITT (TDOC SMG 795/97).............1
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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97/10/13
Fred Hillebrand, Chairman of SMG, opened the meeting and thanked
• the hosts of the meeting, Westel 900 GSM and Pannon GSM,
• the sponsoring companies, Ericsson, Siemens, Nokia and Panasonic
• the company MATAV, providing all telecommunication facilities of the meeting
Later in the meeting, Thomas Poland, Chief Technical Officer of Westel 900, and Gyõzõ Drozdy,
External Affairs Director of Pannon GSM, addressed the meeting and welcomed the
delegates on behalf of the hosts.
For the first time, a Chinese delegation participated at the meeting. Fred Hillebrand
welcomed Wu Xiaofeng, Director of the Department of Science & Technology of the
Chinese Ministry of Post and Telecommunications, Li Mo Fang, Mobile
Communications Bureau Chief Engineer, Cao Shumin, Deputy Director RITT, Zhang
Xinsheng, Deputy Chief of MPT International Co-operation Division, Ken Zhang and
Terry Zhang, Ericsson China. On 10th October there had been a meeting between the
Chinese and an SMG delegation, see section 4.4.
Fred Hillebrand also welcomed the delegates from North America.
The chairman announced the sad news of Frieder Pernice’s sudden death. As a mark of
respect to his family and to the great contribution he had made from the very beginning
of GSM over the many years until now, a minute of silence was observed; our
condolence to his family.
0
MEETING REPORTS OF SMG#22 AND SMG#22BIS
The SMG#22 and SMG#22bis report had been approved by correspondence. SMG#23 plenary
noted that approval.
1
TARGETS OF SMG#23
The following targets for SMG#23 were proposed and approved by SMG#23:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Review of major GSM phase 2+ work items
Review of Release ’97 progress
Approval of the SMG-T1P1 working procedure
Strategic UMTS questions
Approval of the updated ITU work program
Concept of direct voluntary funding.
Focus of SMG#23 and SMG#24: See Tdoc SMG 623/97 which had been distributed by
correspondence:
Originally, only three plenaries had been foreseen in 1997. The fourth plenary had been
added to deal with the UMTS terrestrial radio decision and the approval of Release ’97
specifications.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 4
97/10/13
A PT SMG status report will be given in SMG#24, but not in SMG#23. STC status
reports on GSM matters will be given in SMG#23, but not in SMG#24. On UMTS, an
SMG1 and SMG3 status report is foreseen in SMG#23, but not in SMG#24, whereas,
SMG2 would report in SMG#24 but not in SMG#23.
2
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
The agenda in Tdoc SMG 627/97 was approved. The agenda of side events in Tdoc SMG 630/97
was also approved.
3
REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN
Tdoc SMG 624/97, the Chairman’s report to SMG#23, was presented by the Chairman.
Main activities:
• Co-ordination of UMTS and IMT-2000 matters, see section 9.6
• Extension of the co-operation with GSM MoU to include UMTS. This has been
decided at last GSM MoU plenary, and consequential negotiations on a new
version of the co-operation between GSM MoU and ETSI will have to take place
in autumn and winter 1997.
• Agreement on working procedures between T1P1 and SMG: See section 8.4.
• Exploration of commonalities with ARIB/TTC: see section 9.2.1.
• Co-ordination with ETSI Board and OCG: Discussions, mainly concerning the
SMG terms of reference and the 1998 PT SMG budget, requested high activities
and engagement of the SMG Chairman, of the SMG Vice Chairmen, Alan Cox
and Gunnar Sandegren, and of the PT SMG co-ordinator, Ansgar Bergmann.
There is now a growing understanding and appreciation of SMG’s work and
success in the ETSI Board. This was also emphasized by Pierre Perrichon,
member of the ETSI Board. An SMG seminar before the next GA and Board will
be organised by Fred Hillebrand to further strengthen that acceptance.
∗ Maintenance of SMG integrity on its work on TMN: see section 7.5.
∗ Maintenance of SMG integrity against proposals to split UMTS parts from
SMG: Individual proposals were not endorsed by Board No. 9. The Board will
propose to GA to set up an ad hoc group to look over the ETSI organisation to
see how best to cater for mobile/fixed convergence.
∗ Allocation of a fair share from the ETSI funded work program to the PT SMG
1998 budget: See section 8.3.
• Presentation at conferences/seminars in Brasil, Tokyo and Cyprus: see
Tdoc SMG 729/97, Tdoc SMG 732/97 and Tdoc SMG 733/97.
• Relations with UMTS Forum. A new draft for an operators’ committment is in
discussion. See section 9.1.1.
• Sub-contract SMG-SPS on CAMEL phase 2 (as approved by SMG#22, see
SMG#22 meeting report) has been signed
• The agreements on a UMTS satellite component with SES (as approved by
SMG#22, see SMG#22 meeting report) has been approved by SES as well.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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97/10/13
• Co-ordination with NA: The SMG Chairman invited the NA Chairman, François
Lucas, to a co-ordination meeting, and is awaiting a response. In addition, NA6
UMTS has been invited for a meeting.
• Closer relations with China: see section 4.4.
Fred Hillebrand congratulated Alan Cox who has been elected by correspondence in Summer 1997
as SMG Vice Chairman (The other two Vice Chairmen are Gunnar Sandegren and - as a
Senior Advisor for UMTS matters until the UMTS radio decision, Alain Maloberti)
Alan Cox will lead the co-ordination with OCG, ETSAG, relations with China, SMG
newsletter and seminars, bilateral meetings ETSI, selected presentations.
Ansgar Bergmann will lead the co-ordination for ITU, GSC, RAST and T1P1.
4
INFORMATION FROM T1P1, ECTEL TMS, GSM MOU
4.1
T1P1
The status of GSM standardisation in T1P1 was presented by Ed Ehrlich (T1P1.5 Chair), see
Tdoc SMG 854/97. Main activities
• T1P1/SMG Working Procedures: see section 8.4.
• CNAP - see section 6.6.
• NAEA: The work item is complete, see 7.3. A stage 1 description was not felt
necessary, because the feature is not a user service; T1P1 decided to go directly
for a stage 3 description. Alan Cox will discuss the matter with Ed Ehrlich.
• GSM Number Portability: See section 6.4.
• GSM/AMPS roaming: Papers will be studied by T1P1 in their December and
January meetings, where participation of SMG delegates is welcome. In February
1998, the papers will be sent to the relevant SMG groups, looking for approval at
SMG#26.
• MS testing: A new group preparing the testing was established.
• Localisation of MS: working group was established.
• Harmonisation: A working group in T1P1.5 aims at compeletion of the
integration of the T1P1 GSM 1900 specifications into the Common SMG/T1P1
GSM specifications at SMG#26.
• Liaison on Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) codec: See 7.10.
• Liaison on Mobile Station Application Execution Environment: see section 8.2.
4.2
ECTEL TMS
The report of ECTEL TMS in Tdoc SMG 658/97 was presented by the ECTEL TMS Chairman,
François Grassot:
1- Type Approval Status - Introduction of EFR .
• Type approval related activities
∗ CTR 31 and 32 were published in July (after acceptance in ACTE in January).
∗ ECTEL/TMS favours the merging of GTAAB and TAEG.
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∗ Introduction of EFR: The German regulator is blocking type approval of EFR
mobiles, because some networks might have implemented improper software.
• Future conformity assessment, aiming at an easy global circulation of equipment
∗ Specific Radio/EMC directive are recommended by ECTEL
∗ Consultation activities with the CEC on the new CTE Directive
∗ Participation in ERC TG1 WG on conformity and global circulation of UMTS
terminals
∗ Participation in the Certification Task Force on terminal certification,
emphasising consistency with the new European regulatory regime (CTE) and
mutual recognition agreements
• Co-operation with GSM MoU, in particular with TWG (test SIMs, where
manufacturers want to test new SIMs as early as possible, IMEI management,
battery and antenna issues), SERG and 3GIG.
4.3
REPORT OF THE GSM MOU ASSOCIATION
The Report from MoU#38, 16th - 19th September, 1997 in Cyprus, was presented by
Armin Toepfer, MoU SERG chairman (see Tdoc SMG 635/97).
• 203 GSM networks are on air.
• The Inter Operator Tariff concept has been adopted. The envisaged „window“
for a parallel operation of the Normal Network Tariff (NTT) regime and the Inter
Operator Tariff (IOT) regime from 1/98 till 12/98 (as per MoU Doc. 311/97 rev.
2) will be reviewed.
• GSM MoU PRD SE.03: The implementation date changes proposed by MoU
SERG for Optimal Routing (E00 instead of E98) and CAMEL phase 1 (E99
instead of E98) have been rejected by the GSM MoU plenary.
• The general applicability and transparency of discounts among operators has
not been accepted. Discounts are negotiable on bilateral basis.
• It is the will of the majority of MoU operators to implement Optimal Routing as
essential service by the end of ‘98 at latest.
• The Wideband codec option shall become a part of the Adaptive Multirate
Codec concept as currently studied in ETSI SMG11. A respective Liaison
Statement is sent to SMG/SMG11.
• SERG will establish liaison to the Mobile Data Initiative (MDI) for addressing
difficulties with data services.
• The work plan for TAP2+ and TAP3 was outlined. Implementation dates:
TAP2+ by end of ‘98, TAP3 by end of ‘99. A co-ordination of TAP releases with
GSM releases needs to be considered.
• Barriers for the start of the EFR Type Approval should be eliminated. This and
the difficulty with Phase 2+ TA was addressed in LS to TRAC.
• For dedicated reports on 3rd Generation matters, see section 9.1.2; on Voluntary
Certification Project, see section 7.6.2.
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97/10/13
4.4
RELATION WITH CHINESE MPT/RITT
Alan Cox presented Tdoc SMG 795/97 the report of a meeting between a delegation from Chinese
MPT and RITT, and an SMG delegation, that was held in Budapest, 10th October, 1997.
Scope of the meeting was to establish an information flow in the spirit of the recently
signed co-operation agreement between MPT/RITT and ETSI.
In the meeting, the SMG delegation presented a survey on SMG’s organisation, the
GSM phase 2+ work program, in particular the contents of Release ‘96 and ’97, the
SMG working procedures, SMG documentation and specification types and the status of
co-operation with ANSI T1P1.
The Chinese delegation presented the administrative structure of China Post &
Telecommunications, the structure and types of Chinese Telecommunications
Standards, in particular on GSM, the structure and responsibilities of RITT and a
summary of the features and development of the Chinese GSM networks.
The major differences between the SMG GSM standard and its application in China are
disappearing with introduction of phase 2.
It was a common point of view, that Chinese requirements will often be interesting for
other countries as well and that a co-operation on work items might be useful as well for
the Chinese operators as for the operators present in SMG.
China mainly adopts international standards such as ITU or ISO standards; in addition,
it adopts some advanced regional standards, such as ETSI, TIA and other standards. The
meeting noted that ETSI often has a much faster development than ITU, a reason for
China’s interest in co-operation with ETSI.
IMT-2000 matters were also discussed, focusing on service and core network aspects.
In a second meeting on 14th October 1997 evening, the discussion on IMT-2000 was
continued, see Tdoc SMG 856/97.
Li Mo Fang, Mobile Communications Bureau Chief Engineer, gave a presentation to
SMG#23 plenary. She presented the administrative structure of China Post &
Telecommunications, gave an introduction into the Chinese Telecommunications
Standards, in particular on GSM, and summarised the features and development of the
Chinese GSM networks. See Tdoc SMG 847/97 and Tdoc SMG 848/97.
5
SMG MATTERS
5.1
RE-ELECTION OF OFFICIALS
Fred Hillebrand presented Tdoc SMG 727/97, indicating the next steps for re-election of SMG
officials: SMG3 Chair, SMG Chair, SMG Vice-Chair. The document was approved by
SMG#23. In addition to the elections mentioned in the paper, the SMG7 Chair will have
to be re-elected at SMG#24. The revised version of the document is Tdoc SMG 876/97.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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5.2
STEERING GROUP MANDATE
François Grassot presented Tdoc SMG 628/97, proposing terms of reference for the SMG Steering
Group. The document was approved by SMG#23. The steering group will be renamed
SMG Co-ordination Group (SMG-CG) in order to better reflect its scope.
It was clarified that among the management activities, also the relation to GMM and
other ETSI groups plays a role. For the members, normal substituting rules would apply
when a member isn’t able to participate. As the input documents to the SMG CG are
typically draft versions of input papers to SMG, only output documents will be
archived; the list of input documents will be annexed to the meeting report. The group
has no decision power, it is limited to planning and co-ordination.
5.3
OTHER SMG RELATED MATTERS
PT SMG status report: The next PT SMG status report will be presented at SMG#24, cf.
section 1.
PT SMG members and responsibilities: Jean-Jacques Davidian joined PTSMG on 1st October
1997. He worked earlier with SFR and as a consultant. He will support SMG7.
John Leske will leave PT SMG and go back to Australia.
Fred Hillebrand thanked John Leske for the excellent work which is appreciated by all
SMG members.
Tdoc SMG 625/97 contains the updated PT SMG job descriptions V 3.12.
6
MAJOR GSM WORK ITEMS
Results of Change Requests presented to the meeting are in Annex 2. Therefore the results
are not always repeated in this part B.
6.1 GPRS
John Leske presented the status of GPRS.
GSM 10.60 V5.2.0 in Tdoc SMG 637/97 informs on the status of GPRS. It was presented by
John Leske. GSM 04.60 instead of GSM 04.08 will contain the RLC and MAC protocol
specifications. The structure of 04.60 and already identified rapporteurs for the different
sections is shown in Tdoc SMG 684/97. The specification will probably be presented to
SMG#24 for information and to SMG#25 for approval. The remaining issues are in time
for SMG#24, except the possible CRs required for GPRS phase 1 indicated in 10.60
section 8.3 and the GPRS phase 2 CRs mentioned in section 8.4.
It was clarified that the creation of the document had been decided in SMG#21, where
also the general nature of the 10.xy documents as project management documents had
been approved.
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97/10/13
Class B mobiles: A more detailed definition of a class B mobile as appearing to the user was
questioned in stage 2. This should be examined.
Type approval specifications: The Target dates for approval are SMG#26; SMG7 will start its
work in a dedicated ad hoc in Autumn 1997; Rémi Thomas indicated the importance of
testing as GPRS will use a considerable part of the radio resources. Support of the
testing activities is sought.
PI
Should GPRS phase 1 be shifted to Release ’98? To be discussed under section 8.
Security aspects: Concerning the ciphering algorithms, a design criterion was to avoid similar
difficulties with export restrictions as experienced with A5/1.
The security related specifications from SAGE are expected for the first quarter of 1998.
Ater interface: It was highlighted that the highest rate GPRS channel coding doesn’t fit into the
current TRAU frames. Still, no work has been done on this issue.
The following specifications were presented to SMG#23 for information:
• GSM 08.14, GPRS Gb Interface Layer 1 (Tdoc SMG 646/97)
• GSM 08.16, GPRS Gb Interface Network Service (Tdoc SMG 647/97)
• GSM 08.18 (was earlier numbered 08.64), BSS GPRS
(Tdoc SMG 716/97)
• GSM 09.16, SGSN-MSC Gs Interface Layer 2 (Tdoc SMG 644/97)
• GSM 09.18, SGSN-MSC Gs Interface Layer 3 (Tdoc SMG 645/97)
protocol
SMG#23 approved the following specifications:
• GSM 01.61, GPRS ciphering algorithm requirements (Tdoc SMG 777/97)
• GSM 04.64, LLC specification GPRS Phase 2+, Release '97; 641/97
• GSM 04.65, Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Protocol (SNDCP)
(Tdoc SMG 642/97)
• GSM 07.60, Mobile Station supporting GPRS (Tdoc SMG 707/97)
• GSM 09.61, Inter-working between the Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN)
supporting GPRS and Packet Data Networks (PDN) (Tdoc SMG 708/97)
It was agreed to publish GSM 02.60.
CRs to GSM 02.60, 03.60 and 03.64 in Tdoc SMG 651/97, 643, 638 and 639 were approved by
SMG#23. CRs to GSM 05.02, 05.03, 05.05, 05.08 and 05.10 in Tdoc SMG 640/97, CRs
to GSM 03.07, 03.08 and 03.16 in Tdoc SMG 691/97, CRs to GS 03.40, 07.07 in
Tdoc SMG 706/97 and to GSM 03.20 in Tdoc SMG 778/97 were approved by
SMG#23, pending a decision of SMG on the presentation of releases in the SMG
specifications.
Niels Peter Skov Andersen pointed out that the CR to GSM 05.05 introduces a new, more realistic,
method to specify reference performances.
PI
A Liaison Statement to IANA is discussed in section 7.3.
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6.2 ASCI
Peter van der Arend presented the status of ASCI.
Tdoc SMG 651/97 contains a CR to GSM 02.04 clarifying that emergency calls cannot be preempted by eMLPP. It was approved by SMG#23.
CRs to GSM 03.68, GSM 03.69 and GSM 09.02 on option pruning in Tdoc SMG 690/97 were
approved by SMG#23.
CRs to GSM 04.08 and GSM 08.08 in Tdoc SMG 713/97 and Tdoc SMG 735/97 were approved by
SMG#23.
The work plan in Tdoc SMG 797/97, predicting a delay of 3 months, was noted by SMG#23.
6.3 CAMEL
Stefan Aprath presented the status of the work related to CAMEL.
CAMEL Phase 1: CRs to Camel phase 1 in Tdoc SMG 688/97 were approved by SMG#23.
Tdoc SMG 800/97 and Tdoc SMG 801/97 are the ETSI Core INAP CS-1 delta specifications. They
should be approved by SPS in November 1997 and would then be presented to SMG#24
for approval.
CAMEL Phase 2: Tdoc SMG 652/97 is a CR to 02.78 to introduce the CAMEL Phase 2
requirements. It also carries out editorial improvements, clarifications and corrections
for CAMEL Phase 1. The CR was approved by SMG#23, pending a decision of SMG
on the presentation of releases in the SMG specifications.
The necessary CRs to 03.78 and 09.78 will be presented for approval at SMG#24.
Work item management: GSM 10.78 in Tdoc SMG 683/97 shows the CAMEL work item
management. It was highlighted that a few milestones were missed and that the first
drafts for CAMEL Phase 2 stage 2 and stage 3 have been delayed. There is the risk of a
delay of the CAMEL Phase 2 until SMG#25.
Sub-contracts: The CAMEL Phase 2 sub-contract between SMG and SPS as approved in SMG#22
has been signed.
6.4
GSM NUMBER PORTABILITY AND GSM 1900 SERVICE PROVIDER
NUMBER PORTABILITY
GSM Number Portability: Peter van der Arend presented the status of the work item GSM
Number Portability.
Tdoc SMG 724/97 is the report from the Workshop on GSM Number Portability organised by PT
SMG on 16th July, 1997 in Schiphol. A general report should be developed until the end
of 1997, the standardisation should be completed in 1998. The workshop established a
survey on requirements, time plans and the general situation in different countries.
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A progress report on GSM NP was presented by Alan Cox. He also presented a work item
description on GSM Number Portability in Tdoc SMG 867/97 (revising
Tdoc SMG 719/97), source Mannesmann, T-Mobil, KPN, Libertel, Vodafone.
Tdoc SMG 867/97 was approved by SMG#23.
Stage 1 of the GSM Number Portability in Tdoc SMG 662/97 was presented for information.
Peter van der Arend reported that SMG10 doesn’t consider the specification at its present status
sufficient for SMG10 to work on the matter. See section 7.9 for a corresponding liaison
statement from SMG10 to SMG and SMG1.
Tdoc SMG 798/97, source France Telecom, contains comments to the stage 1. They should be
considered before SMG3 studying the description.
GSM 1900 Service Provider Number Portability: Stephen Hayes reported on the status of the
GSM 1900 Service Provider Number Portability, see Tdoc SMG 661/97.
Tony Wiener suggested a work item manager in PT SMG to support the activity. Ansgar Bergmann
answered that the EC has offered a budget of 8 MM for that purpose, but that it is
difficult to find the appropriate experts. Provisionally, Peter van der Arend has taken the
responsibility.
AP
Interested experts for work in PT SMG to support of GSM Number Portability.
Tdoc SMG 648/97, GSM Standardisation Issues Relating to Number Portability, source BellSouth
NZ is presented for information. The paper describes the mobile telecommunication
situation in New Zealand in general; it explains the present interim solution (based on
call forwarding), BellSouth NZ’s preferred medium term solution (based on modified
call forwarding) and BellSouth NZ’s foreseen long term solution (IN based) for NP.
6.5
GSM CORDLESS TELEPHONY SYSTEM (CTS)
Andreas Schneeloch, Ericsson, presented the status of CTS work, see Tdoc SMG 811/97.
CTS shall allow the operation of unchanged mobile stations for cellular and cordless use. The CTS
fixed part will be connected to the PSTN. Depending on the operator’s decision, the
CTS would operate in a reserved band or in the operator’s band. The report predicts
interference to GSM networks as negligible. A completion of the work item core
specification aspects is planned for SMG#26.
After the feasibility study, presented at SMG#22, and the approval of the work item at SMG#22,
where also a phased approach (only speech and DTMF, no handover, no detailed
location management) was agreed, working plans have been established and the stage 1
and 2 drafts have been seen by SMG1, 2, and 3, and SMG7 has started elaborating the
test concepts.
Regulatory matters should be investigated. Jonathan West explained that, if the CTS Fixed Part
(CTS-FP) belongs to the user, it would fall under the Terminal Directive. See also
section 7.6 for the treatment of the CTS-FP in SMG7.
PSTN signalling: Rémi Thomas presented Tdoc SMG 809/97, source France Telecom. The paper
requests the CTS-FP to inform the network when the CTS-MS attaches, and requests
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the CTS-MS to inform the network when back to GSM operator coverage. This was
supported by Pietro Porzio Giusto on behalf of TIM. Niels Peter Skov Andersen on
behalf of Tele Danmark objected to a solution requesting signalling on the PSTN, this
would conflict with the request to have a simple solution. Pierre Perrichon on behalf of
SFR proposed to continue the discussion in SMG1; basically he supported the FT
position but saw also a competitive element in the question. Alan Cox stated that
SMG10 Chairman Mike Walker considers signalling on the PSTN interface
indispensable on security grounds. Tdoc SMG 809/97 will be discussed in SMG1.
Simon Pike reported that ERM is waiting for information on CTS. At the request of SMG, he
presented a liaison statement to ERM/RM reporting the status of CTS, see section 7.7.2.
The following majority view was expressed in SMG#23:
• operation tied to a GSM subscription
• CTS to operate in the spectrum of the home network of that subscription.
This majority view was objected by Gunnar Sandegren on behalf of Ericsson and
Pierre Perrichon on behalf of SFR as premature. Ekkehard Valta raised some legal
concerns regarding the use of the frequencies for CTS.
Delegates should study the matter carefully, discussion will continue in SMG1.
A liaison statement from SMG10 in Tdoc SMG 780/97 is discussed under 7.9
6.6
CALLING NAME PRESENTATION (CNAP)
Patrick Johnson presented the T1P1 work on CNAP (rapporteur is Sonia Doshi, e-mail:
sdoshi@nortel.com). Tdoc SMG 799/97 is a liaison statement to SMG on CNAP
specifications. Tdoc SMG 816/97 is a CR to GSM 03.16, Tdoc SMG 634/97 a liaison to
SMG3 WPB and Tdoc SMG 793/97 another liaison to SMG on CNAP. The CRs to
GSM 03.18 and GSM 04.80 were forwarded to SMG3 for checking.
Tdoc SMG 799/97: A CR to 02.04 to introduce the CNAP Supplementary Service, was approved
by SMG#23. The CNAP Specifications and proposed CRs had been checked bySMG3
and the SMG3 comments have been taken into account by T1P1.
Tdoc SMG 816/97, CR to 03.16, was approved by SMG#23.
CR to 02.30 in Tdoc SMG 793/97 defines code 300 for Supplementary Service CNAP. (The CR
had not been seen in this final version by SMG1; however, the SMG1 Chairman
clarified that - as the only amendment against the original proposal was to use code 300
instead of 310, and that on request of ETSI HF - SMG1 has no problem with approving
the CR nevertheless.) The CR was approved by SMG#23.
The Calling Name Identification stage 1, 2 and 3 specifications in Tdoc SMG 793/97, GSM 02.96
V1.1.1, 03.96 V1.1.0 and 04.96 V1.1.0, were presented for information at SMG#23 and
are planned for approval in SMG#24.
7
REMAINING GSM ISSUES OF THE STCS
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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Results of Change Requests presented to the meeting are in Annex 2. Therefore the results
are not always repeated in this part B.
New and deleted work items are reported in section 8.
7.1 SMG 1
Tdoc SMG 650/97, the SMG1 status report, was presented by Alan Cox. It was approved by
SMG#23. SMG1 is busy to finalise the Release 97 specifications and to progress the
Release ’98 specifications.
7.1.1
Phase 2 Issues
Handling Additional Numbers in CLI: The CRs in Tdoc SMG 653/97 were
postponed (on request of SMG3 WPB. They affect the GSM 02.81 Ph2 and Ph2+
Release ’96 and ‘97 version. The substance is to allow the presentation of the additional
calling party number if received in a GSM network from the originating or destination
network (harmonisation with ISDN).
7.1.2
Release 96 Issues
eMLPP and Emergency Calls: A CR providing a clarification of the applicability of eMLPP to
emergency calls: Pre-emption of an on-going emergency call is not possible. Is in
Tdoc SMG 651/97. It has been determined that there is no consequential impact on
SMG3 Specifications. (The CR was approved, see section 6.2.)
Directory Number as used in MMI : See Tdoc SMG 660/97. A corresponding CR, in coordination with SMG3, will be elaborated at next SMG1.
Camel Phase 1 and 2: GSM 02.78 will describe both Camel Phase 1 and Camel Phase 2. All new
features and enhancements relative to Camel Phase 2 are clearly identified in the
appropriate sections as “Phase 2” (See Tdoc 97-652 and Section 3.2 below). There is
therefore only one common CR to GSM 02.78 presented for approval at SMG#23. That
CR has been circulated among SMG1 and Camel ad-hoc group members for review.
Only minor (non-strategic) editorial changes were noted and integrated in the GSM
02.78 Specification.
7.1.3
Phase 2+ work, Release 97 and beyond
• ISDN-based DECT/GSM inter-working: SMG#23 agreed to split this feature
with a first phase in Release ‘97 and a second in Release ‘98.
• Call Deflection: Stage 1 is complete and approved.
Change requests: With the exception of the CRs on CLI in Tdoc SMG 653/97, see section 7.1.1,
all CRs proposed by SMG1 to SMG#23 were approved by SMG#23.
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7.1.4
Other issues
Tdoc SMG 817/97, source Philips Consumer Communications, was presented by Juha Rapeli. The
document proposes a Simplex Voice Service (SVS) for GSM. SMG1 is asked to discuss
the proposal.
7.2 SMG 2
Status report: Tdoc SMG 767/97, the SMG2 status report, was presented by Niels Peter Skov
Andersen. It was approved.
As expected the work load have increased due to the UMTS activities. The work load in
relation to GSM has not decreased as expected. As a consequence the meeting activity
has increased in order to ensure sufficient time for handling the UMTS work and the
radio aspects of the phase 2+ work items such as GPRS.
However, this has created a situation where SMG2 has difficulties in finding hosts for the
meetings. One SMG2 WPA meeting had to be cancelled because no host was
found.
On this issue, a Chairman’s letter to SMG is contained in Annex 7 of this report.
For issues related to GPRS, ASCI and CTS: see section 6. Adaptive Multi Rate Codec related
issues: see section 7.10.
In addition to these work items, the following main work was done on GSM:
• Work on Improved Data Rates through Optimised Modulation have been
started. SMG2 have received contributions related to improvement of both the
modulation and the channel coding. A draft of the feasibility study report on
Improved Data Rates through Optimised Modulation is provided for information
in Tdoc SMG 768/97.
• GSM Cordless Telephony System: SMG2 have initiated the SMG2 relevant
parts of the work on the GSM Cordless Telephony System. However, SMG2 is
not yet in a state where the work can be presented to SMG.
• In the period SMG2 have not performed any additional work on the subject of:
Integration of DECT and GSM based on dual mode terminals. SMG are
asked to note that the Public Enquiry for EN 301 242 on the subject of DECT and
GSM based on dual mode terminals ends 17 October 1997.
• Problems with certain mobile stations with unknown BCCH messages and
pseudo-length have been studied.
• Fast moving mobile station - Hierarchical Networks: SMG2 has produced
GSM 05.22, a technical report on radio link management in hierarchical network.
However, there has been little progress on GSM 05.20, the TR on radio
performance at high speed (above 250 km/h), despite several attempts to
accelerate the work.
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• Radio specification for R-GSM: SMG2 concluded the work on standardisation
of the R-GSM band, which consists of the E-GSM band plus the band (876-880
MHz for the uplink and 921-925 MHz for the downlink) allocated by CEPT for
train communication.
• High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD): SMG2 completed the work on
the radio part of high speed data (HSCSD) at SMG#20. The only change are
introduction of additional multi slot classes to allow for GPRS terminals. This
change is presented to SMG#23 for approval.
• SMG2 have further progressed the work on BTS performance requirements for
very small cell (picocell) scenarios.
• MS Antenna Test Method: SMG2 have for some time received a number of
contributions.
SMG attention required:
• Public Enquiry for EN 301 242 on the subject of DECT and GSM based on
dual mode terminals ends 17 October 1997.
• The draft feasibility study on Improved Data Rates through Optimised
Modulation in Tdoc SMG 768/97 is presented for information
Change requests
• Change requests in documents Tdoc SMG 638/97, Tdoc SMG 639/97, Tdoc SMG
640/97, Tdoc SMG 717/97 (exept 04.08 A217 which is dealt with in section 7.3),
Tdoc SMG 718/97, Tdoc SMG 735/97, Tdoc SMG 769/97 and Tdoc SMG 770/97
were approved by SMG#23; among these CRs, the Release ’97 CRs are approved
by SMG#23 pending a decision of SMG on the presentation of releases in the
SMG specifications. It should be noted that the phase 2 change request and some
phase 2+ could impact equipment already existing or under development and
therefore can be regarded as being of principal character. Concerning the CR in
Tdoc SMG 769/97 to GSM 05.05, it was clarified that SMG7 should, in due time,
reflect the CR in the Mobile station test specifications and possibly in the TBRs.
Concerning Problems of certain mobile stations with unknown BCCH messages and pseudo-length,
Niels Peter Skov Andersen presented a revision of Tdoc SMG 773/97 in
Tdoc SMG 845/97 containing CRs to GSM 04.08, GSM 09.94 and GSM 03.26; the
revision had been worked out by a small group during SMG#23 including the SMG2
Chairman and the SMG2 WPA Chairman..
The CRs to GSM 04.08 in Tdoc SMG 845/97were approved by SMG#23. On request of
Armin Toepfer, it was noted that if unsolved problems in the matter are discovered there
will be the possibility to further improve these specifications. Some consequential
corrections (e.g., in GSM 04.07) might also be necessary.
The CRs to 03.26 and 09.94 in Tdoc SMG 845/97were conditionally approved by
SMG#23, depending on further checks of possible problems until the next GSM MoU
TWG meeting, and depending on the output from the GSM MoU TWG meeting itself.
On request of Pietro Porzio Giusto, it was confirmed that the Change Requests in
Tdoc SMG 845/97do not request mandatory changes of the network.
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Other issues:
R-GSM: It was explained that discussions on the requirements to mobile stations (e.g., concerning
filters) resulting from the fact that R-GSM contains E-GSM and therefore P-GSM were
planned but did not (yet) take place.
Pietro Porzio Giusto presented Tdoc SMG 805/97, source TIM, proposing to ask SMG2 to specify
the radio performance of hand held terminals with integral antennas in terms of the
minimum field strength at which the required performance is met, for any orientation of
the terminal with respect to the propagation path as well as the maximum difference
between the sensitivity at different orientations, and to consider the effect of the human
body.
Niels Peter Skov Andersen responded that the measurement methods for this
requirement have not been identified yet, but there is an SMG2 work item on antenna
test methods, which, once completed, might allow to go on with the proposal.
Chris Cavigioli stated that this work is supported by activities of a common ECTEL
TMS and GSM MoU TWG group were participation of TIM experts would be highly
welcome; he volunteered to give an interim report from the group to SMG#24. TIM has
developed measurements methods and is willing to contribute to those groups.
7.3
SMG 3
The SMG3 status report in Tdoc SMG 814/97 was presented by Michel Mouly, Chairman of
SMG3. The status report was approved by SMG#23.
7.3.1
Phase 2:
Phase 2 CRs to GSM 04.08, 09.02 and 09.10 in Tdoc SMG 711/97 and
Tdoc SMG 693/97 were approved by SMG#23.
7.3.2
Release ‘96
Tdoc SMG 796/97, Tdoc SMG 712/97, Tdoc SMG 692/97, Tdoc SMG 699/97,
Tdoc SMG 713/97 contain Release ’96 corrections to GSM 03.02, GSM 09.02 and
GSM 04.08. All CRs in these documents were approved by SMG#23.
Universal Geographical Area Description (GAD): GSM 03.32, Universal Geographical Area
Description (GAD), in Tdoc SMG 705/97 was approved by SMG#23. Stephen Hayes
will forward the specification to T1P1. It is at the moment limited to CAMEL
requirements but shall be used to evolve as the basis for further functions in future.
All Release ‘96 CRs in Tdoc SMG 693/97 were also approved by SMG#23.
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7.3.3
Release ’97 and beyond
Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS): GSM 03.93 and 04.93, Completion of Calls to
Busy Subscriber, stage 2 and stage 3 in Tdoc SMG 725/97 and Tdoc SMG 726/97 were
presented for information in their version 1.0.0. It is planned to present the stage 2 and 3
descriptions to SMG#24 for approval, however there is a risk of delays.
Niels Peter Skov Andersen expressed concerns on spectrum efficiency of the services
(avoidable reservation of radio channels); this would be a blocking factor for Tele
Danmark to accept the specifications, and Tele Danmark would insist on a voting.
Immediate Service Termination: removed from release 97. See also a liaison statement to
SMG10 in Annex A of the status report.
Follow me: might be too late for Release ‘97.
Multiple Subscriber Profile: removed from Release ‘97.
Support of Private Numbering Plan (SPNP): A feasibility study had been requested whether this
feature could be realised with CAMEL. This study has not been done, and CAMEL
Phase 1 and Phase 2 can no more be modified to include new functionality. So, either
SPNP is implementable in Release ‘96 or ‘97 or not.
North American Equal Access (NAEA): CRs on NAEA in Tdoc SMG 689/97 were approved by
SMG#23.
Tandem Free Operation: see SMG11.
7.3.4
Other issues:
MAP monitoring: Tdoc SMG 734/97, presented by Dirk Weiler on behalf of Siemens, indicates an
equal coding of two different operations in different versions of MAP. Whereas this
doesn’t lead to ambiguities in the protocol (because the history of the TCAP dialogue
determines the decoding), it does hinder context-free monitoring. SMG#23 decided that
there is a requirement for such monitoring. SMG3 WPC is tasked to treat the problem in
that sense (if suitable by changes in MAP and in the handbook) until SMG#24. Due to
impact on Release ‘96, the matter is urgent.
Liaison statements from SMG3 to SMG:
IP port numbers for GPRS: Annex C of the status report is a: Liaison statement to SMG on
Protocol parameters of GPRS backbone networks. It requested SMG#23 to mandate
PT12 to contact IANA (Internet Assigned Numbering Authority) in order to request a
reservation of three port numbers for IP based GPRS backbone networks. It was
approved that PT SMG should initiate the activity. If arguments are found in future that
the numbers should be reserved for GSM MoU instead of ETSI, the responsibility might
be transferred.
Sub System Numbers (SSN): ITU-T is allocating the SCCP subsystem numbers. SMG needs new
numbers for GSM for new subsystems like CAMEL servers and GPRS nodes.
Annex B of the SMG3 status report, a proposed contribution to ITU-T for the allocation
of SSNs reserved for GSM use, was endorsed by SMG.
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AP Stefan Aprath, David Williams, SMG members, American delegation at SMG#23. Chinese
Delegation at SMG#23
Annex B of the SMG3 status report (Tdoc SMG 814/97), a proposed contribution to
ITU-T for the allocation of SSNs reserved for GSM use, should be presented to ITU by
SMG member companies with the indication “on behalf of SMG”. Companies wanting
to co-source the paper should contact Stefan Aprath. The Chairman invited the
American and Chinese delegates to seek support in their countries as well. The
contribution will be forwarded to SPS2 as well for information.
7.4
SMG4
Phase 2: There are no changes to phase 2 specifications in the area of SMG4.
Release 96:
• Corrections on High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD),
• 14.4 kbit/s User Data Rate: Some corrections. On support of V.32bis modem
type, it was decided to delete the codepoint for V.32bis, because V.32bis calls can
be supported using V.34 signalling.
• V.120/RDI interworking: Some detailed changes to GSM 09.07 are expected for
SMG#24. SMG4 decided to add a new command to GSM 07.07 to set V.120
protocol parameters values for MO calls. This new command was found essential
to the support of the feature by terminals and is therefore part of GSM release 96.
• SMG4 discussed the possibility of maintaining information on TA
implementations or region dependent problems that may be relevant for
interworking with GSM in a permanent document. It was proposed that for the
time being an informative annex to GSM 09.07 could be elaborated that could
later on form a technical report on its own.
• GSM 07.08 (GSM API): GSM 07.08 needs a rapporteur.
• Referencing to ETS 300 102-1 / EN 300 403-1: The ISDN DSS1 specification
ETS 300 102-1 is now succeded by ETS 300 403-1. This may lead to
interworking problems with ISDN networks. SMG4 will seek clarification with
SMG3 and SPS5.
Release 97 and beyond:
• Multiplexing protocol at TE/MS interface: SMG4 plans to present a new GSM
specification 07.10 to SMG#24 for approval in Release ’97. The solution studied
is based on an asynchronous HDLC solution with inclusion of parts of the EMP
protocol proposed by Ersicsson.
• Support of Shared Data Interworking (SIWF): Some minor corrections or
clarifications were produced. A CR to GSM 03.02 was produced and forwarded
to SMG3.
• USSD Enhancements: Input from SMG1 and SMG3 is awaited.
• Mobile SMS Busy: SMG4 agreed that the VMSC should schedule the alerting of
SC’s in the event of MS busy. Also the VMSC should set the waiting flag directly
in the HLR in the event that the MS becomes detached during MS busy. The same
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procedure would satisfy the Memory capacity exceeded situation. The operation
in a GPRS environment needs some more discussion.
SMS forwarding: The requirements are unclear to SMG4. A joint meeting with
SMG1 is proposed. Possibly, some of the requirements could be met by an
exclusively SMS-SC based solution, but other requirements might be better
solved with a HLR/PLMN based solution.
Network indication of alerting in the MS: The service requirements for SMS
alerting indication were found impractical in SMG4. SMS alerting should be
postponed until Release ‘98. Backward compatibility problems (if the alerting
category was transported in the RP layer) or (if the TP layer was used) the
question how the user data header could be modified if not by the SM-SC. A LS
to SMG1 was sent and a joint meeting on the issue was proposed.
SMS Enhancements: SMG1 had proposed to give some priority to the problem
of unwanted SMS. This could be achieved by a mandatory inclusion of the
Originating Address field to the SM PDU. However, SMG4 sees problem cases
where unwanted amouts of messages would be diagnosed as unwanted SMS.
Enhancements to GSM 07.05 and 07.07: Some new commands to control the
MS by the TE are proposed as part of release 97.
Informal contact with Mobile Data Initiative: Kevin Holley attended a meeting of the MDI and
presented the work of SMG4. MDI commented on the variety of data compression
schemes which make application in the market difficult. Generally there is positive
response from MDI concerning collaboration with ETSI SMG on certain issues.
In a letter received from the manager of MDI it was commented that GSM 07.05 and
07.07 should be made available more publicly and offered support from the MDI
Internet server. It was decided that summaries of GSM 07.05 and GSM 07.07 shall be
made available to the public. PT SMG examined the current possibilities to use the
public area of the ETSI WWW Server. The ongoing discussions with the secretariat
prompted PT SMG to ask MDI to make the documents available on their server but to
include a link to ETSI where the complete specs can be purchased at reasonable cost.
Change requests: All CRs presented to SMG#23 were approved by SMG#23, for the Release ’97
CRs pending a decision of SMG on the presentation of releases in the SMG
specifications.
7.5
SMG6
The SMG6 status report in Tdoc SMG 685/97 was presented by the SMG6 Chairperson, Gisela
Hertel. It was approved.
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Main activities:
12.08 Subgroup (subscriber and equipment trace): The subgroup have now been largely
concentrating on phase 2+ issues with the exception of some phase 2 corrections. Work
on HSCSD and Optimal routing is now complete and the work required for CAMEL
and ASCI has been assessed by the group as minor. Tdoc SMG 687/97 contains a
number of phase 2 and phase 2+ release ’97 CRs to GSM 12.08.
12.11 Subgroup (Fault Management of the BSS): Work is continuing on Enhancements of fault
management functions of the BSS and Modelling of Fault Management Functions.
Work completion is planned by SMG #26. During the course of their work, it was
noticed that part of the wording in the Simple File Transfer Control is not in line with
the current definition. The CR 12.00-A028 (in Tdoc SMG 687/97) corrects this
problem.
GPRS Subgroup: The main priority of the group is to complete charging related specifications. It
was agreed at SMG6 #21 to develop two temporary SMG6 documents. A 10 series
documents will contain the necessary changes to all 12 series specification related to
GPRS charging; another 10 series document will contain the changes necessary to the
12 series regarding other GPRS O&M issues. It is not intended that these documents
ever get published. Instead, the aim is make it easier to track the changes and also to
allow interested GPRS groups from other STCs to more easily see the changes required.
Charging subgroup: work on incorporation of CAMEL and HSCSD into GSM 12.05. The GSM
MoU CAGE 2+ group has also been involved in the review the resulting CRs. Further
work on other phase 2+ work items is planned but no meetings have yet been scheduled.
No new work items are presented to SMG #23.
Giesela Hertel invited the Chinese delegation for participation in the SMG6 work and/or for
forwarding requirements to the SMG6 work.
Tdoc SMG 851/97 is a document showing the degree of application of the SMG specifications on
GSM networks.
The GSM MoU Chairman Neil Lilly announced that TG30 and TG34, the GSM MoU
specifications relevant for Third Generation, will be forwarded to SMG6 and should be
studied as soon as possible.
ETSI TC on TMN: The responsibilities of SMG6 for O & M in GSM and UMTS work were
reviewed. The agreement on the work responsibilities between SMG6 and TC TMN on
UMTS TMN aspects (Board#9 Tdoc 08) is annexed to the SMG8 status report. A
working relation with the new TC TMN was established and allows SMG6 to continue
their work.
Change requests: All CRs proposed to SMG#23 (see section 9 of the SMG8 status report) were
approved by SMG#23.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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97/10/13
Gisela Hertel expressed thanks to the SMG community for support and for showing how
appreciated SMG6 work is in SMG. Also, thanks should be forwarded to SMG6 experts
for their engaged and excellent work.
7.6
SMG7
The SMG7 Status Report in Tdoc SMG 666/97 was presented by Rémi Thomas, chairman of SMG.
The status report was approved by SMG#23.
Main activities:
• Phase 2:
∗ New handover test cases for multiband operation (to cover the cases of a single
BCCH for more than one band of operation)
∗ Testing of Radio link protocol (RLP): SMG4 experts are invited to participate
at SMG7 #16 (25th - 27th November, 1997 in Lund, Sweden) for outstanding
corrections of GSM 11.10 section 29 on RLP.
∗ Review of the TTCN CRs: This has been done according to the rules approved
by SMG in Annex 2 of Tdoc SMG 407/97. The corresponding Change
Requests are in Tdoc SMG 671/97 to Tdoc SMG 677/97, and are available in
electronic form only.
∗ TBRs: No changes were found necessary.
∗ EFR: Translation to TTCN of signalling tests for EFR were presented to
SMG#23 in Tdoc SMG 678. After that, the outstanding work are RF tests for
EFR.
• Phase 2+ Work:
∗ High Speed Circuit Switch Data (HSCSD): The work is in principle completed
by SMG#23, some slight changes are expected for SMG#24.
∗ CTS testing and GPRS testing will start.
Future Work Plan: Outstanding for Release ’96 are tests on
•
•
•
•
•
•
CBCH extension
new cell re-selection mechanisms
ASCI
SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 9 message, BCCH scheduling
use of Progress Indicator 64
Explicit Call Transfer
Work on Release ’97 will have to include
• Call Completion to Busy Subscriber
• GPRS
• CTS. The working assumption of SMG7 that both the CTS mobile staton and the
CTS fixed part should be considered as terminals, was confirmed by SMG.
• ASCI phase 2
The development of tests for the following aspects are now under the responsibility of SMG9:
• Electrical characteristics of reset
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 22
97/10/13
• Multi Application SIM
• SIM speed enhancements
• SIM toolkit.
Applicability of TTCN: SMG#23 confirmed that TTCN version of RF tests in GSM 11.10 are not
normative.
SMG9 is responsible for the tests of the ME interface to the SIM. SMG#23 decided that SMG7
will have a joint responsibility for the TBR parts related to theses aspects.
The amount of necessary RF tests for EFR was debated. SMG2 should give guidance to SMG7.
Inclusion of GSM 1900 tests into GSM 11.10: SMG7 members have received a document from
CETECOM including all changes to 11.10 identified by this company as necessary for
the inclusion of GSM 1900 tests. The necessary change requests for inclusion of the
GSM 1900 into the GSM core and test specifications should be worked out by T1P1 and
the SMG STCs with the target date SMG#25/SMG#26.
Change requests:
All CRs listed in section 9 of the status report were approved by SMG#23 with the
following exceptions:
• the new ATS in Tdoc SMG 679/97 should go into an informative (part of a)
specification, exact location to be decided by SMG7.
• CRs 11-10 A270 and A283 in Tdoc SMG 667/97 were superseded by revisions in
Tdoc SMG 681/97 which were elaborated by a small group including the MSG7
Chairman during SMG#23. SMG#23 approved the CRs in Tdoc SMG 681/97.
It was clarified that A309 in Tdoc SMG 676/97 refers to SMG7 Tdoc 373/97 instead of SMG7
Tdoc 375/97; in the cover sheet of A319, the indication of affects to the network is an
editorial error. The CRs in Tdoc SMG 681/97 had been cross-checked by a small group
including Athol Berry during SMG#23 before they were approved by SMG#23.
In addition, the CRs in Tdoc SMG 680/97 were approved.
EFR signalling tests: Tdoc SMG 781/97 was presented by Mike Brown, Anite. The paper
identifies that the list of EFR signalling tests is not in line with the selection decided by
SMG7 #14 (May ’97 in Stockholm) and endorsed by SMG#22; and that, as a
consequence, more signalling tests than decided by SMG7 and SMG are presently
included in TBRs 19 and 31. It proposes a CR to TBR 19 and 31 reducing the repetition
of GSM 11.10 EFR handover tests in the TBRs.
A small group including the SMG7 Chairman studied the problem during SMG#23 and
reported to SMG#23 that the correct list for TBRs is the one outlined in the report of
MSG7 #14; the small group proposed to SMG
• to reject Tdoc SMG 781/97
• to recommend to GTAAB to perform the changes to NT.04 indicated in
Tdoc SMG 870/97
• to forward Tdoc SMG 853/97, a revision of Tdoc SMG 781/97, to SMG7 for
further discussion
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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• to send liaison statement contained in Tdoc SMG 870/97 on EFR test case
selection to SMG2 and GTAAB.
These proposals were approved by SMG#23.
Rémi Thomas presented Tdoc SMG 802/97 which aims to reflect new requirements on the receiver
in the EFR case which had been introduced in GSM 05.05. A revision of
Tdoc SMG 802/97 in Tdoc SMG 857/97 was elaborated by a small group including
Rémi Thomas during SMG#23. The Change Request in Tdoc SMG 857/97 was
approved by SMG#23.
Jean-Jacques Davidian presented Tdoc SMG 813/97, showing a general milestone plan for MS
testing and type approval. It will be used for monitoring progress in testing and type
approval of new work items in the future.
Other type approval matters
• GSM Facilities: Peter Zollman presented Tdoc SMG 764/97, the status of GSM
phase 2 test case implementation, for information. GSM Facilities will be closing
down development operations at the end of 1997.
• Voluntary Certification Scheme (VCS): Peter Zollman presented ongoing
planning of the VCS for the GSM family of terminal equipments. He gave an
overview of the underlying problems and motivations like limitations of type
approval. Some operators as Telstra, Australia, already apply voluntary
certification. He presented the intended of voluntary certification. The following
steps are foreseen:
∗ Stage 1:- MoU-CTF Initial study - MoU#38 Sept ‘97 decision to fund project;
∗ Q4/97:- Select VCS Project Manager;
∗ Stage 2:- VCS Project - detailed planning & initial implementation tasks with
industry - MoU#40 Oct ‘98 to decide to proceed further;
∗ Stage 3:- Final implementation and VCS launch - 1999? TBD.
See Tdoc SMG 765/97.
Didier Chauveau underlined the importance of Standards as underlying test
specifications. Peter Zollman confirmed the intention to use the SMG test
specifications as much as possible for the VCS and indicated that SMG had been
represented by Ansgar Bergmann in MoU-CTF following an earlier decision by
SMG plenary. A discussion of the concepts took place and this needs to be
continued in different fora; conclusions were not made.
A small group including the SMG7 Chairman was convened during SMG#23 to
propose actions to encourage the use of SMG test specifications for certification.
As recommended by that group, SMG#23 approved the following liaison to GSM
MoU CTF/VCS:
∗ GSM MoU CTF/VCS project is invited to transmit to SMG7 for review test
purposes which they want to use and which are not currently in GSM 11.10; to
propose the new test purposes and/or new test methods for inclusion in GSM
11.10.
∗ GSM MoU CTF/VCS is asked to invite SMG7 representatives to participate in
their meetings reviewing test purposes.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 24
97/10/13
AP Jonathan West, Jean-Jacques Davidian: To send a corresponding liaison statement to GSM
MoU CTF/VCS.
7.7
SMG8
The report was in two parts, the first dealing the SMG8 issues and the second with EMC
issues for GSM infrastructure.
7.7.1
SMG 8 Status
Tdoc SMG 782/97 contains the SMG8 status report, which was presented by the SMG8 chairman,
Simon Pike. It was approved.
Main activities:
• Phase 2:
∗ Radio Link management tests are now considered to be complete. See
Tdoc SMG 783/97, CR 11.21-A050 and A051.
∗ Testing of BSS with ancillary amplifiers
∗ Testing of BSS with multiple antenna ports
∗ Spurious emissions: Changes may be required to the method of measurement
for spurious emissions to ensure that it is reliable and repeatable. However,
conclusions were not reached.
∗ EFR signalling tests
∗ Addition of R-GSM aspects to 11.26 (repeater tests)
• Phase 2+ Release ‘96:
∗ 11.21 tests are complete (some final checking is required).
∗ 11.23: work outstanding.
Almost no progress was made on HR signalling tests.
Version management: SMG agreed that the phase 2 and phase 2+ BSS test aspect should be
covered by one single series of specifications.
For the status of BSS test specifications as EN etc. see Tdoc SMG 743/97.
Change requests: All CRs proposed by SMG8 (see section 9 of the SMG8 Status Report) were
approved by SMG#23.
Tdoc SMG 785/97 is a draft type approval report form; it was approved by SMG#23 for submission
to CEPT RR1.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 25
97/10/13
7.7.2
Report of TC ERM #03
Tdoc SMG 791/97 contains a report of SMG-relevant matters from the meeting of TC/ERM on 6th
to 10th October, 1997.
Points of special interest:
• SMG comments to the ERC SE21 recommendation on spurious emissions should
be available for the next ERM/RM meeting. 11th - 12th December, 1997. SMG2
will study the matter.
• ERM invites SMG to provide information about the work item CTS. A liaison
statement to ERM/RM on the status of GSM CTS in Tdoc SMG 874/97 (revision
of Tdoc SMG 863/97) was presented by Simon Pike was approved by SMG#23.
• The revised CTE Directive should be available soon.
• SMG may wish to comment on a liaison statement from SE21 to ERM on
intermodulation in terminals. SMG2 might consider the matter.
• Liaison functions from SMG to TG1 and ERM (on CTS and UMTS) should be
established, volunteers are invited.
• ERM has established a task group to study the (possibly serious) impact of the
Automotive
Directive
on
radiocommunications
equipment.
See
Tdoc SMG 864/97
7.8
SMG9
Tdoc SMG 787/97, the status report of SMG9, was presented by Klaus Vedder. It was approved.
Vice chairs: Walter Mohrs (T-Mobil), has resigned as vice-chairman at SMG9 #13. Klaus Vedder
and the SMG plenary thanked him for his work. New vice chairmen are Nigel Barnes
from Motorola and Colin Hamling from Cellnet.
Main work concern:
• SIM application toolkit CRs to the SIM toolkit specification, GSM 11.14 in
Tdoc SMG 789/97
• in a joint activity with SMG10, SIM application toolkit security aspects: GSM
03.48 in Tdoc SMG 790/97 was presented to SMG#23 for information.
• Introduction of optional UCS2 in addition to the SMS default 7 bits alphabet for
coding alpha-files in the SIM. Support of UCS2 is proposed as optional, but if
supported, three variants would be mandatory (plain coding and two compression
schemes). The changes are not backward compatible. In this context, Radi Kar
presented Tdoc SMG 823/97, objecting against making variants 2) and 3)
mandatory, because in languages with more than 128 characters, these variants
are not applicable. It was decided to postpone the CR.
• Clarification of CHV issues1.
• SIM test specification: GSM 11.17 is expected for approval at SMG#24.
1
CHV, Card Holder Verification information, means the same as PIN, but “PIN” is now old-fashioned
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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• Tactile identifier: The ETSI standard ETS 300 767 "Telephone Prepayment
Cards;Tactile Identifier". has been published. It seems not in line with work
currently being undertaken in ISO/IEC nor did it take into account SMG#20’s
comments (Tdoc SMG 760/96).
• Low voltage SIM/ME interface: the first draft has been elaborated.
Rémi Thomas presented Tdoc SMG 828/97, source France Telecom, requesting all
Mobile Equipments (ME) supporting the SIM toolkit to have a common
behaviour when an information is provided by the SIM for presentation purposes.
The plenary agreed that the behaviour of an ME following a command from a
toolkit application resident in the SIM shall be predictable. Tdoc SMG 828/97 is
sent to SMG9 for further checking.
Change requests: Change Request 11.11-A052 on UCS 2 in Tdoc SMG 788/97 was withdrawn.
All other Change Requests proposed to SMG#23 as listed in Tdoc SMG 787/97 were
approved by SMG#23.
7.9
SMG10
The SMG10 status report (Tdoc SMG 780/97) was presented by the SMG10 Chairman,
Mike Walker. It was approved.
• WPA: work on
∗ GPRS
∗ SIM toolkit and
∗ CTS security: see a liaison statement to SMG#23 on a proposed work plan
proposing creation of a new annex to 03.20, development of algorithms A3*
and A8* and possibly re-use of A5/2. Ericsson will support editorial and
administrative work.
• WPB:
∗ FIGS
∗ IST
∗ Absent SIMs
∗ SS7 security
• WPC: UMTS security
• WPD: Lawful Interception
MoU has provided funding for SAGE for the GPRS A5 algorithm development. Most of the budget
is for 1998.
GSM 01.61 and on GPRS security requirements in Tdoc SMG 777/97was approved by SMG#23.
GSM 01.31 and GSM 02.31, Fraud Information Gathering System, stage 0 and stage 1 in
Tdoc SMG 779/97 were approved by SMG#23.
Change requests: Two Change Requests to GSM 03.20 in Tdoc SMG 778/97 were approved by
SMG#23. As a consequence, it is now made mandatory for the network to encrypt
GPRS.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 27
97/10/13
Liaison statements2:
ASCI:
A liaison statement from SMG10 on ASCI security aspects (when to initiate
authentication) was withdrawn, the question will be discussed further in SMG10 based
on input of Peter van der Arend.
Lawful interception: A liaison statement to SMG and TC Security on Progress Report on Stage 2
work for lawful interception GSM 03.33 in Tdoc SMG 780/97 was endorsed by
SMG#23, it will be forwarded to TC Security.
FIGS:
A liaison statement to SMG, SMG1, SMG3, MoU-BARG, MoU-TADIG, MoU-FF,
MoU-LRG concerning FIGS "Vision" document for Stage 2 in Tdoc SMG 780/97 was
discussed in SG#23. A workshop between SMG1 and SMG3 on FIGS should be
organised by the SMG10 Chairman.
Number Portability: A liaison statement to SMG and SMG1 on Number Portability was noted.
SMG10 believe that there is fraud potential with number portability and issues of
commercial confidentiality between networks. However, at this time, there is
insufficient information for SMG10 to conduct a proper review.
CTS:
A liaison statement to SMG, SMG1, SMG2, SMG3, SMG3-SA, SMG9, MoU, SAGE
on GSM Cordless Telephony System (CTS)- working plan was noted by SMG#23.
7.10
SMG11
The SMG11 status report (Tdoc SMG 736/97) was presented by the SMG11 Chairman,
Phil Gaskell. It was approved.
There were no Phase 1 CRs.
Non-strateic CRs to 06. Series in Tdoc SMG 737/97 resulting from UAP 60 -UAP 61 - Vote 115
were approved. Non-Strategic Phase 2+ CRs to GSM 06.01, GSM 06.10 and GSM
06.41 were approved for Release 97. The test sequences included therein will facilitate
testing of network transcoders (PCM -Full Rate) which only have 8-bit terminal access
points. It was reaffirmed that the modification required to the FR implementation are
optional.
The TR 03.58 v. 2.0.0 in Tdoc SMG 738/97 on “Characterisation, test methods and quality
assessment for handsfree MSs” was approved.
The Technical Report on codec interoperability tests (funded by MoU and ETSI), has been
progressed. This shows the speech quality obtained for various codecs in tandeming
scenarios in the presence of background noise and channel errors. Advantages of TFO
operation are highlighted, especially for the half-rate codec. The TR will be presented
for information to SMG, possibly at the next meeting.
2
as usual, they are annexed to the status report
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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97/10/13
Tandem Free Operation (TFO): Since there was strong interest to have TFO soon, a phased
approach to enable TFO to be operated and applied more widely in the future was felt
appropriate.
The first phase is based on an in-band solution. The Stage 1 description of the in-band
solution was presented for approval, while Stage 2 in Tdoc 826/97 was presented for
information by William Navarro.
It was noted that the general applicability of the in-band TFO solution has some
limitations (due to In-Path Equipments). The informative Annex A to the SMG11 Status
Report in Tdoc 736/97 “Limitations of initial in-band TFO implementations” will be
added to the Stage 1 description.
Rémi Thomas brought the attention of the meeting to handover technique aspects that should be
taken into account in the Stage 2 description.
The TS 02.53 v. 2.0.0 “Tandem Free Operation of Speech Codecs in Mobile -to-mobile
communications Stage 1” in Tdoc SMG 739/97 was approved on the understanding that
an informative annex on applicability will be added.
Tdoc 808/97 (produced for information) was withdrawn and will be re-presented at SMG#24
meeting.
For Tdoc SMG 817/97, source Philips Consumer Communications, proposing a Simplex Voice
Service (SVS) for GSM, see section 7.1.
Adaptive Multi Rate Codec:
The AMR Study Phase Report in Tdoc SMG 740/97 was presented by Phil Gaskell.
An AMR system adapts to local radio channel and traffic conditions and selects the optimum
channel (half- or full-rate) and codec mode for the best combination of speech quality
and capacity.
Performance: The report predicts
• in full-rate mode only, an improvement of robustness to high error levels equating
to an improvement of sensitivity between 4dB and 6dB, subject to the robustness
of the signalling channel.
• compared to a traditional EFR/HR combination, an average quality improvement
corresponding to 70% of the difference between FR and EFR
• for a capacity improvement of 30% (relative to FR only) a wireline quality (G.728
or better) in 80% of the calls.
Comments from SMG2: Niels Peter Skov Andersen stated that SMG2 have participated in the
work related to the Adaptive Multi Rate codec (AMR) feasibility study. As the matter is
rather complex SMG2 received only a few contributions on the subject. One of the early
contributions discussed by SMG2, contained simulation bit error rates at different
protections levels. From the results of the simulations it was concluded that an adaptive
multi rate codec will only gain from the additional protection when frequency hopping
is used.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 29
97/10/13
Even though a significant part of the SMG2 meetings have been devoted to AMR work,
there are too few contributions to really progress work according to schedule. SMG2
believes that any time schedule for the AMR shall reflect reality and that SMG should
obtain commitment for the necessary work from the members before agreeing any
aggressive time schedule.
Simulations: It was clarified that in the simulations, the existing signalling procedures and link
management are assumed. Real (in-band and RLC) adaptation mechanisms were not
included in the simulations.
Capacity and quality gain: The capacity gain is equal to the existing one when introducing half
rate and EFR. But there is a quality gain.
Cost to introduce AMR: This hasn’t been studied.
Dropped calls: The AMR operation should not affect the dropped call rates. Above 4-5 dB C/I the
existing radio link failure scheme is sufficiently robust. For coverage below that margin,
a modification of the existing radio link failure scheme might decrease the dropped call
rate.
Wideband service option: This means the feasibility of adding a special mode to AMR which
would support a wideband speech service (typically 50 Hz - 7kHz). Phil Gaskell
reported that the target date of Release ’98 for narrowband AMR is ambitious and was
considered by SMG11 on the assumption that the wideband option is not contained.
Speeding up the process: It is proposed to request full solutions (including in-band signalling,
error handling etc.) for the selection of the AMR codec.
Resources for subjective testing: An amount of around 400 kEcu is necessary for the selection
process (evaluation of candidates in test laboratories). The matter has to be investigated
as soon as possible.
Funding for the AMR selection process: SMG was asked by SMG11 to recommend actions to
achieve funding for the AMR selection process. This has to be discussed further.
Additional results of John Kelliher: John Kelliher, Orange, informed the meeting that he has got
results which predict even better performance of AMR. A presentation of these results
at SMG#23 was not possible due to lack of time.
The discussion focused on the question on whether a narrowband AMR should be developed with
priority, whether a wideband AMR should also be the short term goal (with possibly a
less tight time-scale) and what role AMR should play for UMTS; documents supporting
the discussion expressed positions of member organisations:
Positions of GSM North America (Tdoc SMG 840/97), of Ericsson and Nokia in
Tdoc SMG 838/97 and Tdoc SMG 837/97, of Bellsouth Mobility DCS in
Tdoc SMG 839/97;
of MoU SERG in Tdoc SMG 832/97, of GSM MoU in Tdoc SMG 819/97, of Vodafone
in Tdoc SMG 831/97, of France Telecom/CNET, Italtel, Mannesmann Mobilfunk,
Matra Communication, SFR, Siemens and T-Mobil in Tdoc SMG 824/97, of France
Telecom in Tdoc SMG 829/97.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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97/10/13
The SMG11 Chairman presented the following alternatives:
a) start narrowband AMR immediately
• target
∗ codec specification by 12/98
∗ system specifications during 1999
• wideband may be added to AMR as later option according to outcome of
wideband feasibility assessment (March ’98)
• hooks for wideband are included in the narrowband specifications
b) delay start of narrowband for potential joint narrowband / wideband codec
selection
• target: 6 to 12 months later than a).
An initial show of hands gave 30 voices for a) and 22 for b).
As a result of some consultation, Phil Gaskell presented Tdoc SMG 860/97, AMR, the
way forward. The document was approved by SMG#23. It is Annex 12 of this report. It
was also decided by SMG#23 that the AMR performance requirements and wideband
aspects should be submitted to SMG for approval before SMG11 proceeds with the
selection process. In order to meet the schedule agreed in Tdoc SMG 860/97, SMG11
shall define the performances under dynamic conditions and associated tests as soon as
possible (to keep the time plans it is necessary at SMG#24).
The work item description sheet in Annex G to Tdoc SMG 740/97 was approved by SMG#23.
8
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
8.1
NEW WORK ITEMS
8.1.1
Mobile application execution environment (MAEE)
Nigel Barnes presented Tdoc SMG 709/97, the work item description and feasibility study of
MAEE. The work item and work item description were approved by SMG#23 with SMG4
as prime responsible STC, subject to a satisfactory resolution of problems of the relation
between ETSI and WAP (see below). A work item rapporteur should be named as soon as
possible.
Allistair Urie and others indicated possible problems with the relation between WAP and ETSI.,
among others concerning open membership in WAP. Allistair Urie and Rémi Thomas were
asked to prepare a Liaison Statement from SMG to WAP to be approved by correspondence
(the resulting liaison statement is in annex 4).
8.1.2
Work items for deletion
No deletion of work items was decided by SMG#23.
8.1.3
Status of Releases
See GSM Phase 2+ Roadmap in Annex 6 of this report.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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97/10/13
8.2
SMG/T1P1 WORKING PROCEDURES
Fred Hillebrand and Ansgar Bergmann had participated at T1P1 and T1P1.5 meetings in August
1997 and elaborated together with the T1 Chairman, Gerry Peterson, the T1P1
Chairman, Mel Woinsky, the T1P1 Chairman, Ed Ehrlich, and the ATIS Secretary
working procedures for common GSM specifications between SMG and T1P1; they had
been sent to SMG for comments; they had been approved by T1P1 with minor
modifications only related to T1P1. A version including these modifications and further
modifications only related to SMG/ETSI in Tdoc SMG 868/97 was approved by
SMG#23.
The working procedures shall be based on a future co-operation agreement between
ETSI and T1, and ATIS and T1 will take the initiative for talks with ETSI on the matter.
Attached to the working procedures in Tdoc SMG 868/97, answers to further, more
general comments was approved by SMG#23.
AP Ansgar Bergmann
To forward the answers in attachment 1 of Tdoc SMG 868/97.
Next practical steps are described in another attachment to Tdoc SMG 868/97. They
were noted by SMG#23.
8.3
PT SMG RESOURCES
Tdoc SMG 866/97 documents the PT SMG budget usage. The decision of the ETSI Board #9 is
found in Tdoc SMG 827/97.
Per Björndahl presented Tdoc SMG 865/97, a draft work plan for setting up a voluntary support
scheme for PT SMG to replace traditional ETSI funding which is being withdrawn. It
was commented that the activity should be complementary to the ETSI structures. Arne
Foxman stated that members’ participation at the activity is highly wanted. SMG#23
asked Per Björndahl to continue the activity.
8.4
VERSION MANAGEMENT OF GSM SPECIFICATIONS
Tdoc SMG 862/97 was presented by Stefan Aprath. It proposes to create a new specification, GSM
10.01, to contain the correspondence of features/options and their finalisation in the
specifications; furthermore, to use formal designators introduced by 10.01 in other
specifications to indicate which part of a specification belongs to which
features/options.
A small group was convened to further elaborate the matter. The result of this group is
shown in Tdoc SMG 871/97 (emerging from Tdoc SMG 869/97, source Nortel) with
the following additional explanation: clause c) had been contentious in the group, an
alternative proposal being to replace “the STCs may decide for each specification” by
“SMG is asked to decide for all specifications”.
SMG#23 approved Tdoc SMG 871/97 with the following modification
to replace clause c) by “c) In addition, SMG shall maintain R96 of GSM
specifications.”
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
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97/10/13
and the following clarifications
• the scheme proposed in Tdoc SMG 862/97 should be the basis of work;
• the Release ’97 specifications have to include the specification of release ’96
behaviour;
• whether to document the Release ’96 in a stand-alone series of specifications or in
separate parts of each specification, should be decided by PT SMG; PT SMG stated
that the latter method will be the necessary solution.
• PT SMG is requested to perform the necessary actions to reflect future corrections to
GSM specifications in the Release ’96 only part.
9
UMTS MATTERS
FH draw the attention of all delegates to their duties regarding IPR especially in the context of
UMTS:
Each member shall use its reasonable endeavours to timely inform ETSI of essential
IPRs it becomes aware of. In particular, a member submitting a technical proposal for a
standard shall, on a bona fide basis, draw the attention of ETSI to any of that member's
IPR which might be essential if that proposal is adopted.
9.1
REPORTS FROM THE RELEVANT GROUPS
9.1.1
UMTS Forum
The status report from UMTS Forum was made available in Tdoc SMG 843/97. The report was
presented by Thomas Beijer, Chairman of UMTS Forum.
Main issues:
• UMTS Forum has now 85 members
• The co-operation agreement with GSM MoU has been signed
• UMTS has since SMG22 been working on
∗ distribution and promotion of the Forum report A Regulatory Framework for
UMTS
∗ preparation for WRC ’97.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 33
97/10/13
Other issues:
Andy Watson presented Tdoc SMG 748/97, Source UMTS Forum Technology Aspects Group,
containing reports on
•
•
•
•
•
European REVAL - UTRD 010 2
Key Network Technologies - UTRD 13 -3
Satellite Technology - UTRD 14 -?
Adaptive Terminals - UTRD 022 1
Self Planning Radio Networks - UTRD 011 -2
They will be transferred to SMG STCs for their consideration: mainly SMG1,2,3.
9.1.2
Third Generation Interest group (3GIG)
The status report from MoU GSM 3GIG in Tdoc SMG 804/97, was presented by Neil Lilly,
Chairman of MoU GSM 3GIG. Main points
• Further growing interest in GSM MoU for UMTS
• Renaming of UMTS: There are various interests to emphasize the evolution from
GSM or the differences to GSM.
• Progress on 3GIG Permanent Reference Documents
• Evolution of GSM to UMTS: The evolutionary path being now widely accepted,
there are more conservative and more radical approaches.
Next 12 months’ objectives for 3GIG:
•
•
•
•
9.1.3
to complete the remaining 10 Permanent Reference Documents
to evaluate evolution requirements and implementation options for UMTS
th get but-in of non-European countries and the developing regions
promotion for acceptance of MoU requirements.
GMM
Peter Adams presented the GMM report in Tdoc SMG841/97. The decision in principle to update
the GMM report was noted.
9.1.4
SES
Alain Richard, Chairman of SES, presented Tdoc SMG 842/97, Report from TC SES concerning
UMTS matters. Main points:
• The agreements on a UMTS satellite component with SES (as approved by
SMG#22, see SMG#22 meeting report) has been approved by SES as well.
• SES agreed to the principle of subconstracting the S-UMTS work from SMG to
SES. As explained in that agreement.
• SES resolved the Public Enquiry comments to TBR 41 and TBR 42 on S-PCN.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 34
97/10/13
9.2
UMTS STRATEGIC MATTERS
9.2.1
T1P1 co-operation
Gary Jones reported about T1P1 activities on UMTS, see Tdoc SMG 835/97. An ad hoc group of
T1P1 is studying the GSM evolution path towards the third generation based on SMG’s
work on UMTS.
To co-ordinate activities between T1P1 and SMG on UMTS, an extra-ordinary SMGCG meeting is likely to happen. The discussion should include the IMT-2000 family
concept and the relations to ITU-T and ITU-R.
9.2.2
ARIB/TTC co-operation
Fred Hillebrand presented Tdoc SMG 731/97, recalling
•
•
•
•
the extended mandate approved by SMG#22 (Tdoc SMG 571/97)
the SMG - ARIB Radio Workshop 30th June - 1st July 1997
the SMG - TTC meeting 22nd - 23rd July 1997, and the
SMG - TTC/ARIB meeting on 25th - 26th August 1997.
Ansgar Bergmann presented the summary of the meeting ARIB/TTC - SMG/UMTS
Forum/ECTEL/GSM MoU, London, 25-26 August, 1997 in Tdoc SMG 757/97. This
document contains proposed agreements between SMG and ARIB and between SMG
and TTC on information flows and working together.
SMG#23 unanimously agreed that a global opening and co-operation is an important and necessary
principle.
Juha Rapeli debated whether the proposed agreement with ARIB has practical consequences.
It was clarified that, in practical terms, it allows DoCoMo to participate in the relevant
SMG meetings; it allows also European companies without presence in Japan to
participate in ARIB meetings; ARIB will provide interpreters when requested.
The proposed agreement also gives clearer guidelines to chairpersons: The ETSI TWP
allow anyhow the chairperson of a group to invite non-members if that is justified. But
the proposed agreement there avoids any discussions on such an individual decision; the
SMG2 chairman commented that he considers participation of ARIB in the relevant
SMG2 (sub-group) meetings on UMTS Radio Access definition as justified.
Questions were raised (e.g. by Albert Dorgelo) whether the mentioned list of participating
organisations at the multi-lateral meeting misses some important groups. Per Björndahl
responded that TIA 45 is responsible for all groups including, e.g., IS 136 (where an
ongoing proposal for a TDMA based evolution was reported by Allistair Urie).
Board#8 noted the proposed agreements but did not discuss them. Pierre Perrichon wasn’t sure
whether Board 9 had had a discussion. Still, these working procedures with a defined
and limited scope should be agreed in controllable steps between SMG and ARIB/TTC
- in the medium term they should be embedded in co-operation agreements.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 35
97/10/13
Peter Adams suggested to report these proposed agreements to the ETSI General Assembly. Fred
Hillebrand informed the meeting, that he has proposed to the GA Chairman, to organise
a seminar just before next GA, where SMG speakers would give a detailed information
on UMTS activities, see Tdoc SMG 849/97. This seminar has been strongly welcomed
by the GA and Board Chairs.
It was commented that service aspects should be included in a next step.
Annex 2 of Tdoc SMG 757/97, Agreement on Common Working Procedures between ARIB and
SMG, and Annex 3 of Tdoc SMG 757/97, Agreed Proceeding for the SMG - TTC
network aspects working group were approved by SMG#23.
SMG stated that these agreements cannot dilute rights or obligations of ETSI members.
This is to be followed in practical co-operation. A reference to the ETSI Technical
Working Procedures was made from the floor.
9.2.3
Regulatory Requirements
Ekkehard Valta presented Tdoc SMG 812/97, source BAPT, reporting on the documents which are
required for regulatory requirements concerning UMTS. The paper also explains the
vagueness of regulatory environment aspects related to type approval in the light of the
EC being building up a harmonised opinion on a future type approval scheme.
The UMTS Forum regulatory report recommended not to push the matter in ITU-R but
rather first to review the situation, including the new EC directive and mutual
recognition agreements.
The annex to Tdoc SMG 812/97 was an ITU document regarding global circulation.
Stuart Cooke, vice chair of ERC TG1, stated that
• TG1 will deal with European as well as global circulation of terminals,
• the UMTS Forum contributes to TG1 these issues
• Tdoc SMG 812/97will be discussed in TG1.
SMG sees the leadership for discussion on regulatory issues within TG1 and the UMTS Forum.
SMG7 should open a work item on UMTS testing and type approval but start work
when a sufficient basis is established. Simon Pike reported the conclusion of SMG8 that
it didn’t have the expertise for discussing UMTS regulatory questions.
9.2.4
Mobile Fixed Convergence
The draft Board#9 report in Tdoc SMG 827/97 proposes to ETSI GA the establishment of an ad
hoc group on UMTS working, in particular to identify harmonisation potential and
commonalties, and this is related to Mobile-Fixed Convergence.
An input paper from Mannesmann, T-Mobil and E-plus on mobile fixed convergence had been
received at SMG#22, but a further discussion was not requested at SMG#23.
For mobile fixed convergence from the service point of view, Alan Cox is planning to organise a
workshop between SMG1 and NA2.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 36
97/10/13
9.2.5
SMG plenary organisation for UTRA definition
Fred Hillebrand presented Tdoc SMG 728/97, UTRA definition procedure in SMG proposing to
assume a consensus decision in SMG#24 (hence, not announcing a vote in SMG#24),
but if that won’t happen to be prepared for a vote at an extra-ordinary SMG#24bis
meeting.
It was clarified that the document has no impact on the radio definition procedure, in
particular no impact on the SMG2 work on the radio definition procedure, approved by
SMG#21.
Tdoc SMG 858/97, revising Tdoc SMG 728/97, was approved by SMG#23. Main
points:
• SMG #24 should make all efforts to reach a consensus solution.
• SMG #24 may hold an indicative voting using the same procedures as in the
decisive voting.
• If no consensus can be achieved in SMG #24, a SMG #24 bis meeting should be
held on 28 - 29 January 98 in order to vote.
• The a. m. voting processes at SMG #24 and SMG #24 bis (if needed) should be
supervised by ETSI’s legal adviser.
9.3
UMTS SERVICES
Derek Richards reported shortly the activities of SMG1 in the UMTS area.
• UMTS 22.01 was approved some time ago and is considered stable. (Note: the
version in Tdoc SMG 655/97 is not correct.)
• UMTS 22.05 V1.1.0, Service Capabilities, in Tdoc SMG 656/97 is presented for
information
• UMTS 22.80, UMTS relation with other standards, in Tdoc SMG 663/97, should
be ready for approval at SMG#24.
• 22.70 on VHE will be presented for info in SMG#24.
• 22.25 V1.0.0, Quality of Service and Network Performance, in
Tdoc SMG 657/97, is presented for information.
UMTS 22.05 section 9, page 14: location services: The question was raised whether this service
should be mandatory, since already within GSM applications based on GPS exist. It was
answered that GPS localisation depends on the reception of the GPS signals. The
requirement is known to SMG2. It can be implemented as an add on and SMG2 will see
how to realise it.
Hans Hauser indicated conflicting elements of charging related aspects in UMTS 22.24 and TG.24
with MoU BARG which currently plans to establish UMTS charging principles 1999.
Discussions are needed.
It was discussed that the SMG1 work plan is behind schedule, in particular on the reports like
• Multi-media services and Inter/Intranet services
• Advanced addressing
• Automatic roaming
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 37
97/10/13
• Charging Issues and Establishment of Automatic Roaming Agreements
Whereas the GSM radio interface was fixed in basic parameters before many of the
services were known, SMG could do better for UMTS. Improvements in the working
structure to improve the efficiency could be investigated. Derek Richards stated that the
group is comparatively small so it is difficult to progress much faster. Armin Toepfer
considers the report for services and service capabilities as stable; he estimated that the
report on terminals and smart card as the next important document and predicted it to
become stable soon; so he considered the progress to reflect interest and estimated
importance.
9.4
UMTS RADIO (SMG2)
The status of SMG2 work on UMTS was reported in the SMG2 status report, Tdoc SMG 767/97.
SMG2 are progressing the work on the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access according to schedule. This
work have participation from the representatives from industry and research projects.
SMG2 held on 30 June – 1 July 1997 a joint SMG2-ARIB workshop on radio access
technologies for third generation mobile communication systems. At this workshop
SMG2 presented on a technical level the radio related work within SMG2 and received
a similar presentation of the work within ARIB.
SMG2 have reviewed the requirements for the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access UTRA and UMTS
30.03, Selection procedures for the choice of radio transmission technologies of the
UMTS; this resulted in the elaboration of two change requests to UMTS 30.03 (Tdoc
SMG 771/97).
The following UTRA concept groups had been established by SMG#22:
• α - concept: Wideband CDMA
• β - concept: OFDM
• γ - concept: Wideband TDMA
• δ - concept: Wideband TDMA/CDMA
• ε - concept: ODMA
The work within these different UTRA concept groups are progressing according to schedule. At
the SMG2 UMTS ad-hoc in August SMG2 accepted to move the work on the CTDMA
from the δ - concept group to the ε - concept. Within the different concept groups the
initial proposals have been analysed and integrated in to one common technical concept
per concept group. Following this initial task each of the concept groups have
performed substantial work in order to evaluate the proposed radio access technologies
both on the radio access level and at a system level. The result of this work in form of
concept descriptions and first evaluation reports were presented to SMG2 in the meeting
1 – 3 October 1997 (This documentation can be made available on request). As part of
the detailed study of this first results a question and answer session have been scheduled
for the 27-28 October 1997. To ensure sufficient time for preparation of the answers, it
has been agreed that any question shall be presented to the concept groups in writing no
later than 15th October 1997.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 38
97/10/13
For the future work a specific ad-hoc on UMTS matters are planned end November and it is
expected that the major part of the SMG2 meeting in December will be devoted to
UMTS. Moreover, it expected that a number of meetings within and between the
concept groups will take place.
9.4.1
Change requests to the UMTS documentation presented to SMG#23 for approval
All UMTS related CRs presented by SMG2 to SMG#23 as listed in the SMG2 status report were
approved by SMG#23.
9.4.2
Other UMTS radio related issues
Andy Watson presented the second liaison statement in Tdoc SMG 749/97 on Re-Farming of
Second Generation Spectrum for UMTS, Source UMTS Forum Technology Aspects
Liaison Statement to SMG
A CR to 30.01, 7Tdoc SMG 766/97, source Mercury One-2-One, presented by Tony Wiener, was
approved. It introduces the request to “operate in any suitable band that becomes
available, e.g. GSM, DCS1800, PCS1900” as a key service to the UMTS phase 1
services
9.5
OTHER STCS
The relevant part of the status of UMTS standardisation is given in the following documents:
Tdoc SMG 762/97 SMG2, Tdoc SMG 814/97 SMG3, Tdoc SMG 685/97 SMG6,
Tdoc SMG 780/97 SMG10, Tdoc SMG 736/97 SMG11, Tdoc SMG 787/97 SMG9,
Tdoc SMG 782/97 SMG8 and Tdoc SMG 694/97 SMG4. The information shall be used
for the update of the UMTS work programme.
9.5.1
SMG3
It was agreed that the SMG Chairman shall call for an extraordinary SMG CG meeting in order to
plan work within UMTS network aspects.
9.5.2
SMG4
Tdoc SMG 694/97, Annex B of the SMG4 Status Report. was presented by Nigel Barnes. It
contains a Liaison Statement “SMG4 Role - Data Services in UMTS”.
The report and liaison statement were approved by SMG#23.
9.5.3
SMG6
SMG6 presented UMTS 21.06 in Tdoc SMG 715/97 for information to SMG#23.
9.6
UMTS PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 39
97/10/13
9.6.1
SMG Work Programme for UMTS
Tdoc SMG#23 750/97 “SMG Work Programme for UMTS” UMTS 30.00 version 3.2.0 was
presented by Antun Samukic.
The relevant changes proposed by STCs reports to SMG#23 will be incorporated in UMTS work
programme. The document was approved.
The documents UMTS 21.01 and UMTS 30.03 were approved for publishing.
9.6.2
UMTS Baseline document
Tdoc SMG#23 751/97 “UMTS Baseline document” UMTS 30.01, version 3.1.0 was presented by
Antun Samukic.
The document was approved with the following additions:
a)
TMN-SMG6 agreement as approved by ETSI Board will be included
b)
the first paragraph on Global Pilot Channel will be deleted
c)
Two agreements on co-operation with ARIB will be annexed to UMTS Baseline
document
d)
Chapter on relation to ITU will introduce reference to work on Q.FIN
e)
Proposal in Tdoc SMG 766/97 will be included
f)
Annex A on relationship UMTS/IMT-2000 needs to be revised in co-operation with the
SMG Chairman.
Note:
Concerning a global pilot channel, Neil Lilly stated that, although the GSM MoU
recognised this particular requirement, it might be difficult /impossible to implement, an
alternative mechanism providing the same functionality still being required (e.g., a
bulletin board feature on a control channel).
9.6.3
Open questions related to UMTS baseline document
Tdoc SMG#23 752/97, Evaluation of comments to UMTS Baseline document, was presented by
Antun Samukic, PT SMG. It contains a number of issues requiring further inputs from
SMG members.
The document was noted.
9.6.4
UMTS 30.20 on satellite matters and handling of CR related to satellite aspects
Tdoc SMG#23 755/97 contains UMTS 30.20 version 3.0.0 as approved by correspondence. The
document was noted.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 40
97/10/13
Tdoc SMG#23 754/97, Some proposed changes to the TR UMTS 30.20, version 3.0.0 and the
proposal how to handle CR related to satellite topics: SMG requested PT SMG to take
care of the update of UMTS satellite aspects. A CR should be prepared for SMG#24.
9.6.5
SMG STCs’ responsibility for review of the GSM MoU 3GIG documents
Tdoc SMG#23 759/97, SMG STCs’ responsibility for review of MoU GSM 3GIG Permanent
Reference Documents, was presented by Antun Samukic.
The document was approved with addition of some STCs on the list. The updated
document will be distributed to STC Chairpersons.
9.6.6
Availability of UMTS documents on ETSI Database (DOCBOX)
Tdoc SMG 792/97, Availability of UMTS documents on the ETSI Database (DOCBOX), was
presented by Antun Samukic.
The document was approved. The old UMTS documents mentioned in
Tdoc SMG 792/97 shall be stored on the ETSI server under SMG5. Timely coordination with GSM MoU 3GIG and UMTS Forum is requested.
9.6.7
UMTS documents to be approved at SMG#24
Tdoc SMG#23 756/97 “UMTS documents to be approved at SMG#24 ( for information at
SMG#23)” was distributed for information.
The document was noted. It will be updated in order to reflect changes contained in
STC reports.
9.6.8
WI description as at ETSI data base
Tdoc SMG#23 762/97, WI description as at ETSI data base, was distributed for information.
The document was noted. All STC Chairpersons are invited to provide updates to Antun
Samukic and Ian Doig.
9.7
ITU MATTERS
FH presented Tdoc SMG 730/97, an overview and backgrounds about the SMG engagement in
ITU. After agreement on a strategy document (Tdoc SMG 293/97) on the IMT-2000
family concept and its relation to UMTS, SMG#22 had decided PT SMG to co-ordinate
ITU co-ordination. At SMG#22bis, SMG approved the presentation of a number of
contributions to ITU with the qualification "Source: … on behalf of SMG”.
9.7.1
ITU-R
Makis Kokkos, ITU-R co-ordinator at PT SMG, presented Tdoc SMG 833/97, his report from the
September TG8/1 meeting. Main points:
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 41
97/10/13
• Family concept: It is now anchored in the ITU-R recommendations. Contribution
to the definition of the IMT-2000 family concept at TG8/1 interim meeting in
January 1998: Scope of the meeting are questions and clarifications.
• Spectrum issues: CNET will organise a meeting on the duplex directions.
• Revision of the spectrum recommendations in 10.36. Meeting in January on the
issue of Monte Carlo simulations of the duplex direction
• 4 groups registered as evaluators: Canada, SMG2, T1P1/TR46 and TIA TR45.
More registrations are expected from Japan, Korea, Malaysia and China.
Support of ETSI papers by delegates representing ETSI members at that TG8/1 meeting were
disappointing. Mr Cook stated that also, administrations must be better briefed.
Tdoc SMG 834/97 proposes SMG to send a liaison statement to TG8/1 with information about the
speech coding activities in SMG11 and proposing a presentation at the next ordinary
TG8/1 meeting in May 98; the liaison statement should highlight the existent
performance of the speech codecs for mobile networks and in particular should describe
the availability and performance of the EFR and AMR codecs.
SMG#23 decided that SMG11 should produce such a liaison statement on behalf of SMG.
Tdoc SMG 836/97, replacing Tdoc SMG 745/97, a proposed input paper to ITU-R TG8/1 on IMT2000 family concept, was presented for information. It should be studied by SMG1, 2 and 3.
Tdoc SMG 753/97, Establishment of the ETSI SMG “Evaluation group of the IMT-2000 RTT’s
Radio Transmission Technologies” and its registration at ITU-R TG8/1, was presented
for information.3
Andy Watson presented Tdoc SMG 749/97 containing two liaison statements of the UMTS Forum
Technology Aspects Group to SMG. Niels Peter Skov Andersen answered to the first
liaison statement, which deals with the establishment of SMG’s Evaluation Group of the
IMT2000 RTT’s Radio Transmission Technologies, that SMG2 has the necessary
resources and expertise for the activity as an ITU evaluation group. The proposal in the
1st liaison is supported by SMG#23.
SMG forwarded the 2nd liaison statement, dealing with Re-Farming of Second
Generation Spectrum for UMTS to SMG2 for further discussion.
3
Bosch GmbH indicated that they will join the 18 companies supporting actively the work of the SMG2 evaluation
group.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 42
97/10/13
9.7.2
ITU-T matters
David Williams, ITU-T co-ordinator at PT SMG, presented Tdoc SMG 775/97, the report on ITUT activities. The ITU-T SG11 meeting was attended in September in Geneva. ITU-T
accepted the family concept, explicitly thanked David Williams and SMG for the input,
and approved the creation of a new recommendation Q.FIN, see Tdoc SMG 776/97,
rapporteur Mike Briggs. Target date for resolution of Q.FIN is May 1998. Next
meetings in January and March will further deal with the IMT-2000 family concept.
Proposals for contributions in are contained in Tdoc SMG 850/97, the updated ITU
work program, see below.
9.7.3
ITU Work Program
Tdoc SMG 850/97, the updated ITU WP, was presented to SMG#23. SMG made several
comments:
• Replace Annex 1 by Tdoc SMG 753/97
• Statements on free circulation in section 9.1 Annex 3 need corrections.
• It was clarified that by default, the ITU co-ordinators act as rapporteurs for the
work in the STCs.
With these points, the document was approved. It should be further elaborated in PT SMG for
presentation in SMG#24.
10
CLOSING OF THE MEETING
The Chairman made a brief review of the targets for SMG#23; all of them were met in
SMG#23. He thanked the hosts of the meeting for the excellent organisation and
hospitality. The Hungarian support team as well as ETSI secretaries Simone Sczepanski
and Carole Rodriguez were thanked for the support during the meeting, often requiring
work until late in the night.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 43
97/10/13
12
NEXT MEETINGS
Meeting.
Plenary Date
Steering Group
Plenary Venue
SMG #24
15 - 19 Dec. 97
9 - 10 Dec. 97
Madrid
SMG#24bis?4 28 - 29 Jan. 98
Paris
SMG #25
16 - 20 March 98
5 - 6 March 98
Warsaw
SMG #26
22 - 26 June 98
11-12 June 98
Finland
SMG #27
12 - 16 Oct. 98
1 - 2 Oct. 98
Praha
SMG #28
14 -18 Dec. 98
3 - 4 Dec. 98
4
if decided by SMG#24
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B, page 44
97/10/13
ANNEX 1:
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
ANNEX 2:
STATUS OF CRS PRESENTED TO THE MEETING
ANNEX 3:
LIST OF DOCUMENTS
ANNEX 4:
LIAISON STATEMENTS
ANNEX 5:
STATUS OF SMG SPECIFICATIONS AFTER SMG#23
ANNEX 6:
ROADMAP FOR THE FINALISATION OF GSM PHASE 2+ WORK
ITEMS - VERSION 23.0
ANNEX 7:
CHAIRMAN’S LETTER TO SMG ON MISSING HOSTS FOR SMG2
AND SMG3
ANNEX 8:
PT SMG BUDGET REPORT (TDOC SMG 866/97)
ANNEX 9:
SUMMARY OF SMG STG#23 MEETING
ANNEX 10: SUMMARIES OF MEETINGS
(TDOC SMG 757/97)
ANNEX 11: SUMMARIES OF
(TDOC SMG 795/97)
MEETINGS
WITH
WITH
JAPANESE
TTC/ARIB
CHINESE
MPT/RITT
ANNEX 12: AMR, THE WAY FORWARD (TDOC SMG 860/97)
=============================================
To be distributed with the meeting report: Tdoc SMG 876/97
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4
Part B Annexes, page 1
97/10/13
ANNEX 1
09/02/2001
COMPLETE LIST OF PARTICIPANTS TO SMG#23
AND SMG CONTACT PERSONS
Sorted by Name
Sorted by Name
Name:
Company:
Address:
-PT12ETSI
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4262
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
Name:
Company:
Address:
ABDURRAHMAN Alfinesik
TÜRK TELEKOM
AR-GE
Ahlatlibel
06095 ANKARA
Tel 1: +90 312 555 6700
Tel 2: +90 312 555 6701
Mob :
Fax 1: +90 312 555 6705
Fax 2:
TURKEY
Name:
Company:
Address:
ADAMS Peter.M.
Tel 1: +44 1 473 227 684
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 802 471 234
Fax 1: +44 1 473 227 884
Fax 2:
BRITISH TELECOM
Room 2-02, Bibb Way
IPSWICH
SUFFOLK IP1 2EQ
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: adamspm@boat.bt.com
Name: AHAVA Heikki
Company: NOKIA CORPORATION
Address: Nokia Mobile Phones UK
PO Box 47
02131 ESPOO
Tel 1: +358 10 505 5774
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 50 550 4488
Fax 1: +358 10 505 5707
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: heikki.ahava@nmp.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
ALARD Michel
WAVECOM
39 Rue du Gouverneur General Eboué
92130 ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: michel.alard@wavecom.fr
ANNEX 1 - Page 1
Tel 1: +33 1 4629 0800
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 0734 1064
Fax 1: +33 1 4629 0808
Fax 2:
Name: ALELUIA Jorge
Tel 1: +351 1 791 4400
Company: TMN
Address: TELECOMUNICACOES MOVEIS NACIONAIS
Av.5 de Outubro, 208
1050 LISBOA
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +351 1 791 4514
Fax 2:
PORTUGAL
E-Mail Internet: Jaleluia.tmn@telepac.pt
Name:
Company:
Address:
ALI-VEHMAS Timo
NOKIA MOBILE PHONES (UK) LTD
PL 86
24101 SALO
Tel 1: +358 10 505 4317
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 50 555 0760
Fax 1: +358 10 505 5161
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: timo.ali-vehmas@nmp.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
ALLOUL Marc
Tel 1: +33 1 47 46 56 82
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 47 46 68 26
Fax 2:
SCHLUMBERGER
50 avenue Jean-Jaures
BP 620-12
92542 MONTROUGE
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: alloul@montrouge.ts.slb.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
AMIR-ALIKHANI Hamid
SONY TELECOM
Stuttgart Strasse 106
70736 FELLBACH
Tel 1: +49 711 5858 404
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 711 583 185
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: alikhani@fb.sony.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
ANDERSEN Niels Peter Skov
TELE DANMARK MOBIL A/S
Spotorno Allé 12
2630 TAASTRUP
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+45 4358 6378
+45 4018 4793
+45 43 71 03 82
mob +45 40 299442
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: npa@tdm.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
ANDERSEN Peter Claus
DANSK MOBILTELEFON 1/S
SONOFON
Skelagervej 1/PO Box 330
9100 AALBORG
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: pca@dmt.sonofon.dk
ANNEX 1 - Page 2
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+45 9936 7230
+45 4058 7230
+45 9936 7070
+45 9936 7224
Name:
Company:
Address:
ANDRIEU Dominique
ROCKWELL TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Les Taissounières B.1
BP 283
06905 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CDX
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+33 4 93 00 33 12
+33 6 0762 0797
+33 4 93 00 33 60
+33 4 9365 3280
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: dominique.andrieu@nb.rockwell.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
ANFILOFIEV Sergei
ZNIIS
Telecommunication Institute, MPT RUSSIA
8,1-St Poezd Perova polya
111141 MOSCOW
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+7 095 368 9127
+7 095 796 1587
+7 095 274 0067
+7 095 306 4722
RUSSIA
E-Mail Internet: sanfi@zniis.msk.su
Name:
Company:
Address:
ANSALDI Renato
ITALTEL
SS 11 Padana Superiore km 158
CASSINA DE PECCHI
20060 MILANO
Tel 1: +39 2 95259 384
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 2 95259 550
Fax 2: +39 2 85259 860
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: renato.ansaldi@italtel.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
APRATH Stefan
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4324
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 172 211 7488
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: stefan.aprath@etsi.fr
X.400: c=FR; a=ATLAS; p=ETSI; s=Aprath; g=Stefan
Name:
Company:
Address:
BAHIA Gurj
KENWOOD ELECTRONICS TEC. EUROPE
Norcross House, Bagshot Road
Bracknell
BERKSHIRE RG12 9SW
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+44 1344 301 883
+44 1 81 606 4444
+44 468 436 459
+44 1344 300 293
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: g.bahia@kenwood-europe.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
BAREHAM Roy
Tel 1: +44 1 71 378 7141
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 71 403 2663
Fax 2: +44 171 357 7573
CELLNET
Hanover House
49-60 Borough Road
LONDON SE1 1DS
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet:
ANNEX 1 - Page 3
Name:
Company:
Address:
BARNES David
DTI
151 Buckingham Palace Road
Room 2/126
LONDON SW1W 9SS
Tel 1: +44 1 71 215 1818
Tel 2: +44 385 316 985
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 71 931 7194
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: david.barnes@tpdv.dti.gov.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
BARNES Nigel
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: nigelb@euro.csg.mot.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
BASTON Johannes
NEC ELECTRONICS (Europe)
OberatherStr 4
PO Box 33 03 28/D-40436
40472 DÜSSELDORF
Tel 1: +49 211 6503 224
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 211 6503 344
Fax 2: +49 211 6503 6224
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: bastonj@ee.nec.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
BAYIZ Yavuz
Tel 1: +90 312 385 1900
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +90 312 354 1679
Fax 2: +90 312 354 1302
ASELSAN AS
PO Box 101
Yenimahalle
06172 ANKARA
TURKEY
Name:
Company:
Address:
BEIJER Thomas
Tel 1: +46 8 707 47 34
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 562 93 58
Fax 1: +46 8 707 5604
Fax 2:
TELIA MOBITEL AB
13680 HANINGE
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: tbr@hk.mobitel.telia.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
BENNINK Rob
Tel 1: +31 70 343 7105
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +31 70 343 7237
Fax 2:
KPN/PTT TELECOM
PO Box 30150
2500 GD THE HAGUE
THE NETHERLANDS
E-Mail Internet: rbennink@pi.net
ANNEX 1 - Page 4
Name:
Company:
Address:
BERGMANN Ansgar
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4322
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
Switching System Division
Lorenzstrasse 10
70430 STUTTGART
Tel 1: +49 711 821 45776
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 711 821 42013
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: hj.bergs@stgl.sel.alcatel.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
BERRY Athol
ROHDE & SCHWARZ GmbH
Dept.1SP2 Postfach 801469
Mühldorf Strasse 15
81614 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.de
X.400: C=DE;A=DBP;P=RSD;OU=MS4;S=BERRY;G=ATHOL
Name:
Company:
Address:
BJÖRNDAHL Per
ERICSSON RADIO SYSTEMS AB
KI/ERA/LB/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:
BLANE Roy
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
INMARSAT
99 City Road
LONDON EC1Y 1AX
+44 171 728 1000
+44 171 728 1276
+44 171 728 1778
+44 171 728 1044
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: roy_blane@inmarsat.org
Name:
Company:
Address:
BOCAERT Bruno
Tel 1: +33 4 9296 11 04
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 09 55 50 65
Fax 1: +33 4 9296 1101
Fax 2:
VLSI TECHNOLOGY
505 Route des Lucioles
SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS
06560 VALBONNE
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: bruno.bocaert@vlsi.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 5
Name:
Company:
Address:
BOGNÀR Zoltàn
Tel 1: +36 1 464 6000
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +36 1 464 6100
Fax 2:
PANNON GSM
Baross u. 165
2040 BUDAÖRS
HUNGARY
Name:
Company:
Address:
BORGOGNO Livio
OMNITEL PRONTO ITALIA
Via G. Jervis, 13
10015 IVREA (TO)
Tel 1: +39 125 624 308
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 125 624 727
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: livio.borgogno@omnitel.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
BOS Wim
LIBERTEL
PO Box 1500
Avenue Ceramique 300
6201 BM MAASTRICHT
Tel 1: +31 43 355 7750
Tel 2:
Mob : +31 654 670 758
Fax 1: +31 43 355 7444
Fax 2:
THE NETHERLANDS
E-Mail Internet: w.bos@libertel.nl
Name:
Company:
Address:
BROWN Michael
Tel 1: +44 1252 775 200
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: + 44 1252 775 299
Fax 2:
ANITE SYSTEMS
127 Fleet Rd
Fleet Hants CU13
UNITED KINGDOM
Name:
Company:
Address:
BUMANN Peter
BOSCH TELECOM GmbH
Gerberstrasse 33
71522 BACKNANG
Tel 1: +49 7191 13 2855
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 1717 3636 39
Fax 1: +49 7191 13 3252
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: peter.bumann@pcm.bosch.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
BURRELL Jon
PA CONSULTING GROUP
Cambridge Technology Centre
Melbourn, Royston
HERTS SG8 6DP
UNITED KINGDOM
ANNEX 1 - Page 6
Tel 1: +44 1763 261 222
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1763 260 023
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
BYRNE James
KENWOOD CORPORATION
Azure House, Bagshot Road
Bracknell
BERKSHIRE RG12 95W
Tel 1: +44 1 344 301 883
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 344 300 293
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: j.byrne@kenwood-europe.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
CABRERA Inaki
AIRTEL MOVIL SA
Av. de Europa 1
Parque Tecnologico "La Moraleja"
28100 ALCOBENDAS (Madrid)
Tel 1: +34 1 657 57 26
Tel 2:
Mob : +34 07 09 5726
Fax 1: +34 1 657 54 04
Fax 2:
SPAIN
E-Mail Internet: icabrer@airtel.es
Name:
Company:
Address:
CANDEO Silvano
Tel 1: +39 6 5958 2660
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 6 5410 904
Fax 2:
MINISTERO P.T.
I.S.P.T
Viale America 201
00144 ROMA
ITALY
Name:
Company:
Address:
CAO Shumin
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
MPT OF CHINA
No. 11 Yue Tan Nan Jie
BEIJING 100045
+ 86 10 68 02 6421
+ 8610 68 0942 65
+ 86139 1120 724
+ 8610 68034 801
CHINA
E-Mail Internet: csm@bupt.edu.cn
Name:
Company:
Address:
CAPPIELLO Paolo
OMNITEL PRONTO ITALIA
Via Caboto, 15
20094 CORSICO
Tel 1: +39 2 4143 3501
Tel 2:
Mob : +39 348 22 70 140
Fax 1: +39 2 4143 3299
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: paolo.cappiello@omnitel.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
CARCEL Marc
Tel 1: +33 4 76 50 00 57
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 76 56 60 97
Fax 2:
RADIALL
642 rue Emile Romanet
38340 VOREPPE
FRANCE
ANNEX 1 - Page 7
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
Name:
Company:
Address:
CARRARA Jean-Louis
GEMPLUS
6600 LBJ Freeway, Suite 109
Dallas
TEXAS 75240-6514
Tel 1: +1 972 726 2797
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 972 726 1868
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: jean-louis.carrara@ccmail.edt.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
CASSEN Quent
Tel 1: + 1 714 221 4177
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: + 1 714 221 5890
Fax 2:
ROCKWELL
4311 Jamboree Rd.
Newport Beach
CA 92660
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: cassen@rss.rockwell.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
CAVIGIOLI Chris
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
ANALOG DEVICES
Am Westpark 1-3
81373 MUENCHEN
+49 89 76903 400
+1 617 461 3058
+49 172 853 4702
+49 89 76903 404
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: chris.cavigioli@analog.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHAN Francis W.M.
OFTA (Off.Telecom.Authority)
29/F Wu Chung House
213 queen’s Rd.East
WAN CHAI
Tel 1: +852 961 6683
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +852 803 5111
Fax 2: +852 803 5110
HONG KONG
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHANDLER Colin
PANASONIC EUROPE
Matsushita Comm.Ind.UK.Ltd.
Daytona Drive, Colthrop
THATCHAM, BERKSHIRE RG19 4ZD
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: chandler@mciuk.demon.co.uk
ANNEX 1 - Page 8
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+44 1 635 875 526
+44 1 635 871 466
+44 385 762 255
+44 1 635 871 345
+44 1 635 873 638
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHAUVEAU Didier
Tel 1: +33 1 43 19 64 01
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 43 19 68 05
Fax 2:
ART/ST/NRT
20 Avenue de Ségur
75354 PARIS 07 SP
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: didier.chauveau@centrale.industrie.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHEN Horen
MOBILINK TELECOM INC.
3777 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Suite 410
SANTA CLARA, CA 95051-7364
Tel 1: +1 408 554 8600
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 408 554 8897
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: horen@valuserve.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
CHIA Stanley
AIRTOUCH COMMUNICATIONS INC.
Pacific Plaza
1340 Treat Boulevard, Suite 500
WALNUT CREEK, CA 94596
Tel 1: +1 510 988 4568
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 510 988 4570
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: stanley.chia@airtouch.com
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
Name:
Company:
Address:
COOKE Stuart
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE INDUSTRY
Radiocommunications Agency
New lines, Beam house, 22 Upper Ground
LONDON SE1 95A
Tel 1: +44 1 71 711 0150
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 71 211 0123
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: cookes@ra.gtnet.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
COOPER David
NEC TECHNOLOGIES (UK) LTD
Level 3, the Imperium
Imperial Way, Worton Grange
READING RG2 0TD
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: Dcooper@nectech.co.uk
ANNEX 1 - Page 9
Tel 1: +44 1734 654 511
Tel 2: +44 1734 257 190
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1734 257 191
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
CORRIGAN Louis
ALDISCON LTD
Hambleden House
19/26 Lower Pembroke Street
DUBLIN 2
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+353 1 661 8050
+353 1 605 3122
+353 87 423 701
+353 1 676 9430
IRELAND
E-Mail Internet: louis@aldiscon.ie
Name:
Company:
Address:
COURAU Francois
ALCATEL FRANCE
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@vz.cit.alcatel.fr
X.400: c=FR;a=ATLAS;p=ALCANET;o=ALCATEL;s=courau;g=francois
Name:
Company:
Address:
COURT David
MoU Permanent Secretariat
Telecomm Eireann
Avoca Court, Temple Road
DUBLIN 4
Tel 1: +353 1 209 1947
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +353 1 269 5958
Fax 2:
IRELAND
E-Mail Internet: dcourt@gsmmou.ie
Name:
Company:
Address:
COURT David
GSM MOU ASSOCIATION
Avoca Court Temple Road
Blackrock
CO Dublin
Tel 1: + 353 1 209 18 47
Tel 2:
Mob : + 353 86 810 1300
Fax 1: + 353 1 269 59 58
Fax 2:
IRELAND
E-Mail Internet: dcourt@gsmmou.org
Name:
Company:
Address:
COX Alan
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
Name:
Company:
Address:
CRESPO DE PEDRO Alfonso
ALCATEL SESA
C/ Ramirez de Prado, 5
28045 MADRID
SPAIN
ANNEX 1 - Page 10
Tel 1: +34 1 467 30 00
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +34 1 528 61 22
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
CRITCHLOW David N.
UNIDEN SAN DIEGO
R&D CENTER
SAN DIEGO, CA
Tel 1: +1 619 626 8834
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 619 622 7237
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: dcritchlow@src.uniden.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
CRUCHANT Laurent
ALCATEL MOBILE COMMUNICATION
10 rue Latécoère
78141 VELIZY CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 30 77 82 75
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 63 13 46
Fax 1: +33 1 30 77 94 30
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: laurent.cruchant@vz.cit.alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
DALSANTO Gilberto
HEWLETT PACKARD
PO Box 999
1180 AZ AMSTELVEEN
Tel 1: +31 20 547 9847
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +31 20 547 7799
Fax 2:
THE NETHERLANDS
Name:
Company:
Address:
DAVIDIAN Jean-Jacques
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 43 49
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:
DAY Brian
NORTEL
3, Roxborough Way, Foundation Park
MAIDENHEAD SL6 2UD
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.ca
Name:
Company:
Address:
DE JONG Henk
TELSTRA CORPORATION Ltd.
Mobile Comm.Services
181-189 Victoria Parade
COLLINGWOOD VIC 3066
AUSTRALIA
E-Mail Internet: hdejong@vmcsnat4.telecom.com.au
ANNEX 1 - Page 11
Tel 1: +61 3 9 412 1879
Tel 2:
Mob : +61 418 309 900
Fax 1: +61 3 9 416 2930
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
DEL CARRATORE Paolo
MARCONI S.p.A.
Via A. Negrone, 1A
16153 GENOVA
Tel 1: +39 10 6002 812
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 10 6002 044
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: otemac@pn.itnet.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
DHARAMSINGH Koemar
CMG
PO Box 8038
Nieuwekade 1
3503 RA UTRECHT
Tel 1: +31 30 233 93 00
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +31 30 233 94 95
Fax 2:
THE NETHERLANDS
E-Mail Internet: koemar.dharamsingh@cmg.nl
Name:
Company:
Address:
DOIG Ian
ETSI/ECS Dept
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4226
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 47 16
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: ian.doig@etsi.fr
X.400: c=FR; a=ATLAS; p=ETSI; s=Doig; g=Ian
Name:
Company:
Address:
DOLDER Hanspeter
Tel 1: +41 32 28 55 68
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +41 32 28 55 28
Fax 2:
OFCOM
Zukunfstrasse 44
2501 BIEL
SWITZERLAND
E-Mail Internet: hanspeter.dolder@bakom.ch
Name:
Company:
Address:
DONAT Peter
Tel 1: +43 1 1707 21200
Tel 2:
Mob : +43 664 162 4383
Fax 1: +43 1 1707 51902
Fax 2:
FEEI
C/O SIEMENS AG
Autokaderstrasse 29
1210 WIEN
AUSTRIA
E-Mail Internet: peter.donat@siemens.at
Name:
Company:
Address:
DORGELO Albert J.G.
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES Emea B.V
Department ESP
PO Box 1168/Room BG 502
1200 BD HILVERSUM
THE NETHERLANDS
E-Mail Internet: dorgelo@lucent.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 12
Tel 1: +31 356 872 879
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +31 356 875 833
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
DROZDY Gyözö
PANNON GSM TELECOM. PLC
Vàci ut 37
1134 BUDAPEST
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+36 1 270 4130
+36 1 270 5030
+36 20 302 030
+36 1 270 4110
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+33 1 39 49 20 71
+33 1 39 49 21 83
HUNGARY
E-Mail Internet: drozdy@pgsm.hu
Name:
Company:
Address:
DUMONT Jean Jacques
FRAMATOME CONNECTORS FRANCE
145 Rue Yves-le-Coz
78035 VERSAILLES CEDEX
+33 1 39 49 22 91
+33 1 39 49 20 00
FRANCE
Name:
Company:
Address:
DUPUIS Philippe
Tel 1: +33 1 4044 4205
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 0761 7695
Fax 1: +33 1 4044 5381
Fax 2:
SPER
33 rue des Thermopyles
75014 PARIS
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: 100537.517@compuserve.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
EHRLICH Ed
NORTEL
465 South St.
Suite 100
MORRISTOWN, NJ 07960
Tel 1: +1 201 292 5724
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 201 292 4160
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: ed.ehrlich@nt.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
ELKON Stéphane
Tel 1: +33 1 4319 1716
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 4319 6713
Fax 2:
DGPT
20 Avenue de Ségur
75012 PARIS
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: stephane.elkon@centrale.industrie.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
EYNARD Carlo
Tel 1: +39 125 62 4322
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 11 228 6190
Fax 2:
STET-CSELT
Via G. Jervis 13
10015 IVREA (TO)
ITALY
ANNEX 1 - Page 13
Name:
Company:
Address:
FAGAN John
Tel 1: +353 1 808 2784
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +353 1 837 7648
Fax 2:
TELTEC IRELAND
FORBAIRT
Glasnevin
DUBLIN 9
IRELAND
E-Mail Internet: faganj@netc.ie
Name:
Company:
Address:
FENN John
Tel 1: +44 1784 428 600
SAMSUNG ELECTRONIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Tel 2:
Communication House
Mob :
South Street
Fax 1: +44 1784 428 629
STAINES TW18 4QE
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: jfenn@dial.pipex.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
FINK Hellmut
SIEMENS CTE GmbH
Marketing M5 (Mch M/K)
PO Box 18 17 60
81617 MUNICH
Tel 1: +49 89 636 27464
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 89 636 27458
Fax 2:
GERMANY
Name:
Company:
Address:
FLERON Stefan
AU-SYSTEM RADIO AB
Scheelevägen 17
IDEON
22370 LUND
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+46 46 185 663
+46 46 18 56 10
+43 70 518 56 63
+46 46 185 620
+46 70 614 5663
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: sfn@radio.ausys.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
FOXMAN Arne
TELEDANMARK MOBIL
Spotorno Allé 12
2630 TAASTRUP
Tel 1: +45 4358 6460
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +45 43 71 08 41
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: afo@tdm.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
FREEMAN David
MOTOROLA
European Standards Dvpt.
Midpoint, Alencon Link
BASINGSTOKE RG21 7PL
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: david_freeman@chineham.euro.csg.mot.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 14
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+44 1256 790 131
+44 1256 790 319
+44 385 300 588
+44 1256 790 190
+44 1256 817 481
Name:
Company:
Address:
GALWAS Paul
TELXON INTERNATIONAL
Unit 5 Swan Close
St. Ives
CAMBS PE17 4HX
Tel 1: +44 1480 466 683
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1480 352 156
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
Name:
Company:
Address:
GARCIA CUARTANGO Araceli
AIRTEL MOVIL SA
Av. de Europa, 1
Parque empresarial "La moraleja"
28100 ALCOBENDAS
Tel 1: +34 1 657 5699
Tel 2:
Mob : +34 07 090503
Fax 1: +34 1 657 5404
Fax 2:
SPAIN
E-Mail Internet: agarcia6@airtel.es
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 :
Fax 1: +44 1 81 9051 671
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: pgaskell@one2one.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
GATTONI Julien
SGS-THOMSON MICROELECTRONICS
Rte de Pré - Bas, 20
ICC Bloc A
1215 GENEVA 15
Tel 1: + 41 22 929 29 67
Tel 2:
Mob : + 41 79 226 66 67
Fax 1: + 41 22 929 29 70
Fax 2:
SWITZERLAND
E-Mail Internet: julien.gattoni@st.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
GEORGOPOULOS Ioannis
COSMOTE S.A.
56, Kifissias and Delfon Ave.
Maroussi 15125
Tel 1: + 301 6177 563
Tel 2:
Mob : +30 94 69 43 14
Fax 1: +301 61 77 594
Fax 2:
GREECE
E-Mail Internet: ygeorgop@otenet.gr
Name:
Company:
Address:
GEUENS Leopold
Tel 1: +32 1 425 2973
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +32 1 425 3212
Fax 2:
SIEMENS ATEA NV
Atealaan 34
2200 HERENTALS
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: P80610@vnet.atea.be
ANNEX 1 - Page 15
Name:
Company:
Address:
GRASSOT Francois
ECTEL TMS
c/o NMC 1, Place des Frères Montgolfier
BP 50
78042 GUYANCOURT CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 39444099
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 10 44 19
Fax 1: +33 1 3944 5053
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: francois_grassot@nt.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
GROLMAN Achim
Tel 1: +49 89 996 41 200
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 89 996 41440
Fax 2:
WAVETEK GmbH
Gutenbergstr. 2-4
Postfach 1335
85731 ISMANING
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: ag@wavetek.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
HÆSTRUP Jan
NOKIA MOBILE PHONES A/S
Frederikskaj
1790 COPENHAGEN V
Tel 1: +45 33 29 20 89
Tel 2:
Mob : +45 40 60 90 14
Fax 1: +45 33 29 20 01
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: jan.haestrup@nmp.nokia.com
X.400: 40609014@note.sonofon.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
HAILU Yilma
BELLSOUTH INTERNATIONAL
1100 Peachtree Street, N.E.
Room GA07
ATLANTA, GA 30309-4599
Tel 1: +1 404 249 0594
Tel 2:
Mob : +1 404 713 2456
Fax 1: +1 404 249 4489
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: hailu.yilma@bsi.bls.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HALL Ken
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
CELLNET
260 Bath Road
BERKS
SLOUGH SL1 4DX
+44 1 753 565 524
+44 802 220 802
+44 1 753 565 029
+44 1 753 565 021
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: khall@cellnet.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
HARROLD William
THE TECHNOLOGY PARTNERSHIP
Melbourn Science Park
Cambridge Road, Melbourn,
ROYSTON SG8 6EE
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: wbh2@techprt.co.uk
ANNEX 1 - Page 16
Tel 1: +44 1 763 262 626
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 763 261 582
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
HATFIELD Don
Tel 1: +49 89 552 2610
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 89 552 26155
Fax 2:
NTE NEUTECH
Dachauer Strasse 44
80335 MÜNCHEN
GERMANY
Name:
Company:
Address:
HAUSER Hans
Tel 1: +49 228 936 3301
Tel 2:
Mob : + 49 171 549 03 99
Fax 1: + 49 228 936 32 09
Fax 2:
DeTeMobil GmbH
Landgrabenweg 151
PO Box 300463
53184 BONN
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: hans.hauser@t-mobil.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
HAUTEM Arnaud
BELGACOM MOBILE
Network & Services Department
Bd. E.jacqmain 177 / 28T003
1210 BRUSSELS
Tel 1: +32 2 202 4734
Tel 2:
Mob : +32 7361 2161
Fax 1: +32 2 202 4499
Fax 2:
BELGIUM
Name:
Company:
Address:
HAYES Stephen
ERICSSON
601 N Glenville
RICHARDSON TX 75081
Tel 1: +1 972 583 5773
Tel 2:
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:
HEITZ Jacob
MICRO CELL SYSTEMS
Building 4, 41 King Edward Road
Osborne Park
WA 6017
Tel 1: +61 9 244 4255
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +61 9 244 3987
Fax 2:
AUSTRALIA
E-Mail Internet: microcel@iinet.net.au
Name:
Company:
Address:
HERCZ Endre
Tel 1: +36 1 265 9003
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +36 1 265 9123
Fax 2:
WESTEL 900
5-7 Kaposvar ut.
1117 BUDAPEST
HUNGARY
E-Mail Internet: hercze@westel900.hu
ANNEX 1 - Page 17
Name:
Company:
Address:
HERTEL Gisela
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
VEBA
Bennigsenplatz 1
40474 DUSSELDORF
+49 211 4579 252
+49 172 215 8090
+49 211 4579 575
+49 211 4579 599
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: manuela.kuehn@veba.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
HILLEBRAND Friedhelm
ETSI/TC SMG CHAIRMAN
GSM CONSORTIUM
Combahnstrasse 23
53225 BONN
Tel 1: +49 228 47 4770
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171414 3599
Fax 1: +49 228 47 4764
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: 101727.1340@compuserve.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HOLLEY Kevin A.
Tel 1: +44 171 519 9028
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 802 220 811
Fax 1: +44 171 519 9028
Fax 2:
BT
MLB 1 PP11
Martlesham Heath
IPSWICH IP5 3RE
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: holleyka@boat.bt.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
HOPF Wolfgang
SIGOS SYSTEMINTEGRATION GmbH
Klingenhofstr.50
90411 NÜRNBERG
Tel 1: +49 911 951 680
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 911 514 411
Fax 2:
GERMANY
Name:
Company:
Address:
HYBRE Jean
SFR / COFIRA
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 :
Fax 1: +33 1 4197 6798
Fax 2:
FRANCE
Name:
Company:
Address:
IOANNIDIS Yorgos
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
PANAFON S.A.
2, Messogion Ave.
Athens Tower
11527 ATHENS
GREECE
E-Mail Internet: ioanidis@panafon.gr
ANNEX 1 - Page 18
+30 1 640 7210
+30 1 640 7278
+30 94 300 500
+30 1 640 7039
Name:
Company:
Address:
ISRAELSSON Per
Tel 1: +46 8 707 46 99
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 582 2357
Fax 1: +46 8 707 48 00
Fax 2:
TELIA MOBILE AB
Rudsjoterrassen 2
136 80 HANINGE
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: pin@hk.mobile.telia.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
ISSENMANN Edouard
ALCATEL CIT
10, rue Latécoère
BP 57
78140 VELIZY
Tel 1: +33 1 3077 9301
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 3077 8276
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: edouard.issenmann@vz.cit.alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
JÄGER Thomas
Tel 1: +49 2054 9519 80
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 2054 9518 86
Fax 2:
CETECOM GmbH
Im Teelbruch 122
45219 ESSEN
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: thomas.jaeger@cetecom.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
JARDIN Pierre
DIGITAL EQUIPMENT
BP 027
BP 29 - SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS
06921 VALBONNE CEDEX
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+33 4 9295 6148
+33 4 9295 5426
+33 4 9295 5848
+33 4 9295 6363
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: Jardin@vbo.mts.dec.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
JÄRVINEN Kari
NOKIA RESEARCH CENTRE
Sinitaival 6
PO Box 100
33721 TAMPERE
Tel 1: +358 3272 5854
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 50 555 0999
Fax 1: +358 3272 5888
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: kari.jarvinen@research.nokia.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
JENNI Christian
Tel 1: +41 31 998 3539
Tel 2:
Mob : +41 89 300 3976
Fax 1: +41 31 998 3501
Fax 2:
ERICSSON AG
Postfacch 556
3018 BERN
SWITZERLAND
E-Mail Internet: jen@eas.ericsson.ch
ANNEX 1 - Page 19
Name:
Company:
Address:
JENSEN Bjorn Egil
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
NetCom
Post boks 4444
Torshov
0403 OSLO
+ 47 22 88 81 08
+ 47 22 88 80 00
+ 47 920 11 908
+ 47 921 71 908
NORWAY
E-Mail Internet: bjorn.egil.jensen@netcom-gsm.no
Name:
Company:
Address:
JENSEN Bjørn Egil
Tel 1: +47 22 88 80 00
NETCOM GSM AS
PO Box 4444
Torshov
0403 OSLO
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +47 22 88 84 94
Fax 2: +47 22 65 23 77
NORWAY
E-Mail Internet: bej@netcom-gsm.no
Name:
Company:
Address:
JOMAA Tarek
ERICSSON OMC LTD
The Keytech Centre, Ashwood Way
Basingstoke
HANTS RG23 8BG
Tel 1: +44 1256 864 504
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 468 143 179
Fax 1: +44 1256 864 280
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: jomaa@oml.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
JONES Bill
AT&T-NSI UK
Swindon Road
Malmesbury
WILTSHIRE SN16 9NA
Tel 1: +44 1 666 83 2436
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 666 83 2181
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
Name:
Company:
Address:
JONES Gary K.
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: +1 703 715 2365
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: gjones@omnipoint-corp.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
JOST Herbert
Tel 1: + 41 31 342 8602
Tel 2:
Mob : +41 79 300 02 15
Fax 1: + 41 31 342 36 62
Fax 2:
SWISSCOM
MC-MV-5
Victoriastrasse 21
3050 BERN
SWITZERLAND
E-Mail Internet: herbert.jost@swisscom.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 20
Name:
Company:
Address:
JOUIN Christophe
NEC TECHNOLOGIES (UK) LTD
Level 3, the Imperium
Imperial Way, Worton Grange
READING, BERKSHIRE RG2 0TD
Tel 1: +44 1 734 257 190
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 734 257 191
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: christophe.jouin@nectech.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
KANERVA Mikko
NOKIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS
PO Box 300
00045 NOKIA GROUP
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+358 9 5113 8448
+358 9 511 21
+358 40 5040 735
+358 9 5113 8247
mob +358 4060 40735
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
Name:
Company:
Address:
KARTTUNEN Mika
Tel 1: +358 2 77400
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +358 2 7740 333
Fax 2:
BENEFON OY
PO Box 84
24101 SALO
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: mika.karttunen@benefon.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
KENNEDY David
EURESCOM
Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenzeg 35
69118 HEIDELBERG
Tel 1: +49 6221 989 152
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 6221 989 209
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: kennedy@eurescom.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
KIACZ Balàzs
Tel 1: + 36 1 347 2203
Tel 2:
Mob : + 36 30 507 143
Fax 1: + 36 1 347 2181
Fax 2:
MATAV
PO Box 2
1456 BUDAPEST
HUNGARY
E-Mail Internet: bkiacz@cc.matav.hu
ANNEX 1 - Page 21
Name:
Company:
Address:
KOCSIS Tamàs
Tel 1: +36 1 270 4130
Tel 2:
Mob : +36 20 302 262
Fax 1: +36 1 270 4110
Fax 2:
PANNON GSM
Baross U. 165
2040 BUDAORS
HUNGARY
E-Mail Internet: tkocsis@panni.pgsm.hu
Name:
Company:
Address:
KOHLSCHMIDT Peter
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
Medien Allee 6
85774 UNTER FOHRING
Tel 1: +49 89 95086 313
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 172 8530 838
Fax 1: +49 89 95086 155
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: udpko@micro.lucent.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
KOPCIUCH Robert
Tel 1: +48 2 658 5155
NATIONAL RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS AGENCY
Tel 2: +48 2 658 5156
ul. Kasprzaka 18/20
Mob :
Fax 1: +48 39 123 022
01-211 WARSZAWA
Fax 2:
POLAND
E-Mail Internet: r.kopciuch@par.gov.pl
Name:
Company:
Address:
KRISTENSEN Oluf
DANCALL TELECOM A/S
Bransagervej 30
PO Box 106
9490 PANDRUP
Tel 1: +45 9824 7900
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +45 9824 7681
Fax 2: +45 9820 4144
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: olk@dancall.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
KUECHLER Volker
DEUTSCHE TELEKOM AG
TZ EK 15-11
PO Box 10 00 03
64276 DARMSTADT
Tel 1: +49 61 5183 3391
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 61 5183 4407
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: kuechler@tzd.telekom.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
KUENAST Walter
MOTOROLA
Avenue du Général Eisenhower
Le Miral BP 1029
31023 TOULOUSE CEDEX
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: walter_kuenast@email.sps.mot.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 22
Tel 1: +33 5 61 19 10 59
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 (0)6 08 76 39 03
Fax 1: +33 5 61 19 99 58
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
KUIJT Arie
Tel 1: +31 30 233 9300
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +31 30 233 9495
Fax 2:
CMG
Postbus 8038
Nieuwekade 1
3503 UTRECH RA
THE NETHERLANDS
Name:
Company:
Address:
LAHT Maria
Tel 1: +46 8 5225 11 52
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 710 11 52
Fax 1: +46 70 792 9297
Fax 2:
COMVIQ GSM AB
PO Box 123
129 23 HAEGERSTEN
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: maria.laht@comviq.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
LANGRAND Franck
FRANCE TELECOM MOBILES
41-45 bd Romain Rolland
75672 PARIS CEDEX 14
Tel 1: +33 1 55 22 23 53
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 96 06 62
Fax 1: +33 1 55 2223 69
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: franck.langrand@ftmrt.france-telecom.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
LAURENT-LUND Einar
NATIONAL TELECOM AGENCY
Holsteinsgade 63
2100 COPENHAGEN
Tel 1: +45 3543 0333
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +45 3543 4006
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: ul@tst.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
LESKE John
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 78
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: john.leske@etsi.fr
X.400: c=FR; a=ATLAS; p=ETSI; s=Leske; g=John
Name:
Company:
Address:
LI Andy
Tel 1:
SMARTONE MOBILE COMMMUNICATIONS LIMITED
12/F Sommerset House, Taikoo Place
Mob :
979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay
Fax 1:
Hong Kong
Fax 2:
HONG KONG
E-Mail Internet: andy_li@hksmartone.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 23
+ 852 2880 2670
Tel 2:
+ 852 9018 8103
+ 852 2880 2799
Name:
Company:
Address:
LI Mo Fang
MPT OF CHINA
Mobile Com. Bureau
13, West Chang-An Ave
BEIJING 100804
Tel 1: + 8610 6603 2168
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: + 8610 660 12325
Fax 2:
CHINA
E-Mail Internet: mcbtech@pubilic3.bta.net.cn
Name:
Company:
Address:
LILLY Neil
ORANGE PCS LTD
St. James Court, Great Park Road
ALMONDSBURY
BRISTOL BS12 4QJ
Tel 1: +44 1 454 624 820
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 973 994 820
Fax 1: +44 1 454 206 629
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: Neil.lilly@orange.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
LIN Mike
ITRI
195-11 Chung Hsing Road
Hsinchu
TAIWAN 310
Tel 1: +886 591 7371
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +886 582 0081
Fax 2:
CHINA
E-Mail Internet: jlin@m3sun4.ccl.itri.org.tw
Name:
Company:
Address:
LIXIN Sun
Tel 1: +86 10 6809 4467
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +86 10 6853 3951
Fax 2:
RITT
MPT, Radio Dept.
Yue Tan Nan Jie 11#
BEIJING 100045
CHINA
E-Mail Internet: sunlixin@public3.bta.net.cn
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.ljunberg@telia.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
LJUNGGREN Tommy
TELIA MOBILE AB
Trp
13680 HANINGE
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: TLN@hk.mobile.telia.se
ANNEX 1 - Page 24
Tel 1: +468707 4625
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 705 910 064
Fax 1: +46 706 100145
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
MADSEN Ole
DANCALL TELECOM A/S
Bransagervej 30
PO Box 106
9490 PANDRUP
Tel 1: +45 96 738 000
Tel 2:
Mob : +45 40 53 08 43
Fax 1: +45 96 73 80 02
Fax 2:
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: omn@dancall.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
MAHLER Roland
Tel 1: +49 228 936 9410
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 228 936 9419
Fax 2:
T-MOBIL
PO Box 300463
53184 BONN
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: roland.mahler@t-mobil.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
MAIER Bernhard
TOP BUSINESSCONSULT GmbH
Klingenhofstrasse 58
90411 NUREMBERG
Tel 1: +49 911 526 3886
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 911 526 3753
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: bernhard_maier@businessakademie.com
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
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
+44 1 865 747 717
+44 1 865 716 689
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:
MALOBERTI Alain
FRANCE TELECOM
FTM/DDD/DEV
41-45 Boulevard Romain Rolland
75672 PARIS CEDEX 14
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: alain.maloberti@ftmrt.france-telecom.fr
ANNEX 1 - Page 25
Tel 1: +33 1 55 22 23 00
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 55 22 23 23
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
MASSE Yves
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
BP 5
06271 VILLENEUVE LOUBET CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9322 2490
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 22 27 40
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: y-masse@ti.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
MASSIET DU BIEST Bruno
SFR
212 Rue Raymond Losserand
75014 PARIS
Tel 1: +33 1 4044 3398
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 4044 3579
Fax 2:
FRANCE
Name:
Company:
Address:
MATSUO Sakae
KENWOOD ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES
Azure House, Bagshot Road
Bracknell
BERKSHIRE RG12 95W
Tel 1: +44 1 344 301 883
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 344 300 293
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: s.matsuo@kenwood-europe.co.uk
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:
MCINTOSH Chris
WAVELINK LTD.
Interwave Communications Inc.
656 Bair Island Road, Suite 108
Redwood City, CA 94063-2704
Tel 1: +1 650 482 2137
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: 1 650 261 6220
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: chrism@iwv.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
MEDEIROS Francisco
NEC TECHNOLOGIES (UK) LTD
5 Bath Rd. Berkshire
SLOUGH SL1 3UA
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: Medeiros@isd-nec.co.uk
ANNEX 1 - Page 26
Tel 1: +44 1 753 606 943
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 753 606 901
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
MEISSNER Peter
E-PLUS MOBILFUNK GmbH
Ulmenstrasse 125
PO Box 30 03 07
40403 DÜSSELDORF
Tel 1: +49 211 448 2672
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 211 448 2777
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: meissner@eplus.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
MICHAU Philippe
THOMSON-CSF/DCH
160 Boulevard de Valmy
BP. 82
92704 COLOMBES
Tel 1: +33 1 4130 2746
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 4130 2221
Fax 2:
FRANCE
Name:
Company:
Address:
MICHAUD Claude
CHAIRMAN ETSI/TC/SES
ALCATEL ESPACE
15 Rue Villaret de Joyeuse
75017 PARIS
Tel 1: +33 1 4063 9596
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 4063 9697
Fax 2:
FRANCE
Name:
Company:
Address:
MILLOT John
TELECOM AUSTRALIA
Telecom Research Laboratories
PO Box 249-Rosebank MDC
CLAYTON VIC 3168
Tel 1: +61 3 9253 6254
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +61 3 9253 6339
Fax 2:
AUSTRALIA
E-Mail Internet: J.millot@trl.oz.au
Name:
Company:
Address:
MILTIADOU Kimon
DERA
St Andrews Road
Malvern
Worcestershire WR14 3PS
Tel 1: + 44 1684 894028
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: + 44 1684 895646
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
Name:
Company:
Address:
MISHENKOV Serge
MINISTRY of TELECOMMUNICATIONS
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Tverskaya, 7 UV3ABH
103375 MOSCOW
Tel 1: + 7 095 921 8130
Tel 2: + 7 095 201 6046
Mob :
Fax 1: + 7 095 230 2097
Fax 2:
RUSSIA
Name:
Company:
Address:
MOHRS Walter
Tel 1: +49 228 936 1251
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 228 936 1257
Fax 2:
DeTeMobil GmbH
PO Box 300463
53184 BONN
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: walter.mohrs@t-mobil.de
ANNEX 1 - Page 27
Name:
Company:
Address:
MOKDAD Mohamed
SWITZERLAND TELECOMLAND
ETSI/CS4 COORDINATION
TZV, Zentweg 27
3030 BERN
Tel 1: +41 31 338 9571
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +41 31 338 9903
Fax 2:
SWITZERLAND
E-Mail Internet: mohamed.mokdad@swisscom.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
MOLLER Soren
Tel 1: +45 99 86 22 00
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +45 99 86 22 01
Fax 2:
CETELCO
Cetelco A/S
Ostre Allé 6
9530 STOVRING
DENMARK
E-Mail Internet: soeren.moeller@cetelco.dk
Name:
Company:
Address:
MONTAGNA Roberto
STET-CSELT
Via G. Reiss Romoli 274
Audio Coding
10148 TORINO
Tel 1: +39 11 228 6111
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 11 228 6190
Fax 2:
ITALY
Name:
Company:
Address:
MORENO Juan Antonio
TELEFONICA DE ESPANA
Emilio Vargas, 4
28043 MADRID
Tel 1: +34 1 5846 653
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +34 1 5846 955
Fax 2:
SPAIN
E-Mail Internet: jamg@tid.es
Name:
Company:
Address:
MORISON Max
TELECOM NEW ZEALAND
13-27 Manners Street
P.O. Box 570
WELLINGTON
Tel 1: +64 4 382 5939
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +64 4 701 5417
Fax 2:
NEW ZEALAND
E-Mail Internet: morison@corp.telecom.co.nz
Name:
Company:
Address:
MORLEY Bob
ANITE SYSTEMS
Transport & Telecom Division
127 Fleet Road, FLEET
HAMPSHIRE GU13 8PD
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: bmorley@tandt.anitesystems.co.uk
ANNEX 1 - Page 28
Tel 1: +44 1252 775 200
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1252 775 299
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
MORTIMER Richard
KENWOOD ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES
Azure House, Bagshot Road
Bracknell
BERKSHIRE RG12 9SW
Tel 1: +44 1344 300 681
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1344 300 293
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: r.morti@kenwood-europe.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
MOULY Michel
Tel 1: +33 1 6931 48 48
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 59 41 76
Fax 1: +33 1 6931 0338
Fax 2:
NORTEL
4, rue Elisee Reclus
91120 PALAISEAU
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: 100046.2554@compuserve.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
MOURAVJEV Vladimir
NIIR STATE COMMITEE OF TELECOMM.
16, Kazakova sts.
MOSKOW, 103064
Tel 1: +7095 261 02 59
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: + 7095 261 00 90
Fax 2:
RUSSIA
Name:
Company:
Address:
MUELLER Susanne
TEKTRONIX BERLIN GMBH
Postfach 130173
13601 BERLIN
Tel 1: + 4930 386 27033
Tel 2:
Mob : + 4930 171 3089 887
Fax 1: + 4930 386 225 24
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: susanne.mueller@blns.siemens.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
MÜHLDORFER Bernd
VIAG INTERKOM
Dept Network Technology
Riesstrasse 25 - Atrium A
80992 MUNCHEN
Tel 1: +49 89 14 80 31 52
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 89 14 80 34 16
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: bmuehldorf@munich2.agw.bt.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
MÜNNING Dirk
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
DETECON GmbH
Projekt PDB
Oberkasseler Strasse 2
53227 BONN
GERMANY
ANNEX 1 - Page 29
+49 228 700 1640
+33 4 9294 4290
+49 171 640 1431
+49 228 700 1607
+49 228 700 1606
Name:
Company:
Address:
MYKHAYLOV Nick
URTRI
31 R. Luxembourg St.
ODESSA 270026
Tel 1: +380 482 232 066
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +380 482 224 583
Fax 2:
UKRAINE
Name:
Company:
Address:
NASCIMENTO José Pedro
TELECEL SA
R. Tomás da Fonseca
Torre A- 8°/D
1600 LISBOA
Tel 1: +351 1722 5258
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +351 1722 5882
Fax 2:
PORTUGAL
E-Mail Internet: nascimento@torres.telecel.mailpac.pt
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 IPCE - M
Heisenbergbogen 1
85609 MÜNCHEN
Tel 1: +49 89 94578 107
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 172 839 2670
Fax 1: +49 89 94578 444
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: nielsen@ipce.eu.sony.co.jp
Name:
Company:
Address:
NUGTER Adriana C.M.
AIRTOUCH COMMUNICATIONS
Managing Director European Public Policy
Avenue Louise 480
1050 BRUSSELLS
Tel 1: +32 2 627 0790
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +32 2 649 5808
Fax 2:
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: adriana.nugter@airtouch.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
OHANA Alain
BELLSOUTH MOBILITY DCS
3353 Peachtree Road N.E.
Suite 300
ATLANGA, GEORGIA 30326
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: alainohana@pcs.bls.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 30
Tel 1: +1 404 841 1208
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 404 841 2045
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
OLSSON Bo G.H.
TELIA RESEARCH AB
Rudsjöterrassen 2
13680 HANINGE
Tel 1: +46 8 707 5372
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 705 910065
Fax 1: +46 8 707 5310
Fax 2:
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: bo.olsson@telia.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
PATTINI Franco
CSELT
Via G. Reiss Romoli 274
10148 TORINO
Tel 1: +39 11 228 5399
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 11 228 5295
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: Franco.pattini@cselt.stet.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
PATZAK Wolfgang
Tel 1: +49 911 3788 245
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 911 3788 100
Fax 2:
DEBIS SYSTEMHAUS
Neutorgraben 1B
90419 NURNBERG
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: wolfgang.patzak@telecom.nuernberg.cap-debis.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
PERRICHON Pierre
SFR
GIE COFIRA
Tour de l'Esplanade - 1 Place Carpeaux
92915 PARIS LA DEFENSE CEDEX
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+33 1 4197 6721
+33 1 4197 6722
+33 6 09 11 37 00
+33 1 419767 98
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+33 4 92 94 42 38
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: pierre.perrichon@mail1.sfr.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
PETTERSSON Fredrik
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
+46 70 676 2060
+33 4 93 65 28 17
+46 70 612 2060
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: fredrik.pettersson@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
PICHLER Johann
Tel 1: +43 1 51551 2821
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +43 1 513 0100
Fax 2: +43 1 512 7387
PTT AUSTRIA
Postgasse 8
1010 VIENNA
AUSTRIA
ANNEX 1 - Page 31
Name:
Company:
Address:
PIERCY Neil
SCIENTIFIC GENERICS
Harston Mill
Harston
CAMBRIDGE CB2 5NH
Tel 1: +44 1 223 875 200
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 223 875 201
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: NPiercy@scigen.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
PIKE Simon
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
Optimus House
Windmill Hill Business Park
SWINDON WILTSHIRE SN5 6PP
Tel 1: +44 1 793 883 206
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 793 883 232
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: spike2@lucent.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
PINTAUX Jean-Bernard
SAGEM
2 Rue du Petit Albi, BP 8250
CERGY ST.CHRISTOPHE
95800 CERGY PONTOISE
Tel 1: +33 1 3073 7173
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 3038 6555
Fax 2: +33 1 3073 1660
FRANCE
Name:
Company:
Address:
POFF Richard
TELECOM EIREANN
Network Services Directorate
St. Stephen’s Green West
DUBLIN 2
Tel 1: +353 1 6714 444
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +353 1 4784 831
Fax 2:
IRELAND
Name:
Company:
Address:
POLITANO Christian
SGS-THOMSON MICROELECTRONICS
Technoparc du Pays de Gex
165, rue Edouard Branly -BP 112
01630 SAINT GENIS POUILLY
Tel 1: +33 4 5040 2764
Tel 2: +33 4 5040 2640
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 5040 2810
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: christian.politano@st.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
POOLE Steven John
GEC Plessey Semiconductors
Cheney Manor
Communication Business Unit
SWINDON SN2 2QW
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: poolesj@cheney-po.swindon.gpsemi.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 32
Tel 1: +44 1 793 518 247
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 793 518 288
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
PORZIO GIUSTO Pietro
TELECOM ITALIA MOBILE (STET)
Largo Tassoni 323
00186 ROMA
Tel 1: +39 6 3900 9020
Tel 2:
Mob : +39 335 40 10 11
Fax 1: +39 6 3900 9033
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: timaau@mbox.vol.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
RADEV Valentin
Tel 1: +359 88 500 031
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +359 2 981 5660
Fax 2: +359 88 500 035
MOBITEL AD
25 Han Kroum Street
SOPHIA 1000
BULGARIA
E-Mail Internet: valentin@mobiltel.bg
Name:
Company:
Address:
RAPELI Juha
Tel 1: +33 2 43 41 11 20
PHILIPS CONSUMER COMMUNICATIONS
Route d’Angers
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
72019 LE MANS CEDEX
+33 2 43 41 52 52
+358 400 682 596
+33 2 43 41 11 26
+33 2 43 41 16 12
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: juha.rapeli@lme.pcc.philips.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
REICHL Wolfgang
Tel 1: +43 1 797 8028
Tel 2:
Mob : +43 664 400 1700
Fax 1: +43 1 797 8013
Fax 2:
OEFEG / AUSTRIA
PO Box 147
FZG Arsenal Objekt 24
1103 WIEN
AUSTRIA
E-Mail Internet: rei@oefeg.co.at
Name:
Company:
Address:
REINARD KLaus
PEIKER
Acustic GbmH & Co KG
Max-Planck-Strasse 32
61381 FRIEDRICHSDORF/TS
Tel 1: +49 6172 767 120
Tel 2: +49 6172 767 140
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 6172 72555
Fax 2:
GERMANY
Name:
Company:
Address:
RICHARDS Derek
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
Optimus
Windmill Hill - Business Park
SWINDON, WILTSHIRE SN5 6PP
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: djrichar@lucent.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 33
Tel 1: +44 1793 883 258
Tel 2:
Mob : + 44 0468 940 696
Fax 1: + 44 1793 88 3815
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
RICHTER Jorgen
Tel 1: +32 2 296 8185
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +32 2 296 1731
Fax 2:
CEC
DG XIII
200 Rue de la Loi
1049 BRUSSELS
BELGIUM
Name:
Company:
Address:
RICHTER Thomas
PHILIPS SEMICONDUCTORS
TCMC
StromerStrasse 5-7
90443 NÜRNBERG
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+49 911 2001 163
+49 911 2001 101
+49 171 6015 959
+49 911 2001 102
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: tri@nbg.sc.philips.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
RIJKS Erik
BELLSOUTH - EUROPE
Avenue Louise 65
P.O.Box 3
1050 BRUSSELS
Tel 1: +32 2 533 3411
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +32 2 539 2410
Fax 2:
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: erijks@arcadis.be
Name:
Company:
Address:
RODRIGUEZ Carole
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4262
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: carole.rodriguez@etsi.fr
X.400: c=FR; a=ATLAS; p=ETSI; s=Rodriguez; g=Carole
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:
ROPER Stephen
RADIO FREQUENCY INVESTIGATION
Ewhurst Park, Ramsdell
Basingstoke
HAMPSHIRE RG26 5RQ
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: steve_roper@rfi.co.uk
ANNEX 1 - Page 34
Tel 1: +44 1256 855 450
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 290 092
Fax 1: +44 1256 851 192
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
ROTH Wolfgang
Tel 1: +49 228 936 3332
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 200 1274
Fax 1: +49 228 936 3329
Fax 2:
T-MOBIL
PO Box 300463
53184 BONN
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: Wolfgang.roth@bn.detemobil.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
ROUSSEAU Emmanuel
ALCATEL MOBILE COMMUNICATION
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:
RUPP Dieter
AEG MOBILE COMMUNICATION GmbH
PO Box 1865
Wilhelm Runge Strasse 11
89081 ULM
Tel 1: +49 731 505 1545
Tel 2:
Mob : +49 171 225 7045
Fax 1: +49 731 505 1808
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: dieter.rupp@amc.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
SABATAKAKIS Kyriacos
CSEM
PRO TELECOM
Jaquet Droz 1 - PO Box 41
2000 NEUCHATEL
Tel 1: +41 38 205 587
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +41 38 205 720
Fax 2:
SWITZERLAND
Name:
Company:
Address:
SAMUKIC Antun
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 43 52
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 11 74 42 09
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: antun.samukic@etsi.fr
X.400: c=FR, a=ATLAS, p=ETSI, g=Antun, s=Samukic
Name:
Company:
Address:
SANDEGREN Gunnar
ERICSSON RADIO SYSTEMS AB
Torshamnsgatan 23
KISTA
16480 STOCKHOLM
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: gunnar.sandegren@era.ericsson.se
ANNEX 1 - Page 35
Tel 1: +46 8 757 2507
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 70 591 2507
Fax 1: +46 8 404 8040
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
SANDERS Eric A
SCANDEW PTY LTD
Daw Park
PO Box 80
5041 AUS SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Tel 1: +61 8373 2495
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +61 8373 2495
Fax 2:
AUSTRALIA
Name:
Company:
Address:
SANDERS Michael
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 90
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: michael.sanders@etsi.fr
X.400: c=FR; a=ATLAS; p=ETSI; s=Sanders; g=Michael
Name:
Company:
Address:
SANT’AGOSTINO Marcello
ITALTEL SIT
c/o ITALTEL Castelletto CI1A
Castelleto Settimo Mi.
20019 MILANO
Tel 1: +39 2 4388 7118
Tel 2:
Mob : +39 335 20 15 45
Fax 1: +39 2 4388 8390
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: marcello.sant’agostino@italtel.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
SAYERS Ian
FUJITSU EUROPE TELECOM
R&D Centre Ltd
2 Longwalk Road, Stockley Park
UXBRIDGE MIDDX UB11 1AB
Tel 1: +44 181 606 4663
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 181 573 3602
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: i.sayers@fujitsu.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
SCHARF-KATZ Volkmar
DETECON GmbH
Oberkasseler Strasse 2
53227 BONN
Tel 1: +49 171 544 5703
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 171 544 5704
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: vskdtc@ibm.net
Name:
Company:
Address:
SCHNEELOCH Andreas
ERICSSON EUROLAB DEUTSCHLAND GmbH
Nordostpark 12
90411 NÜRNBERG
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: andreas.schneeloch@eedn.ericsson.se
ANNEX 1 - Page 36
Tel 1: +49 911 5217 246
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 911 5217 952
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
SCHULTE-DÖINGHAUS Bernhard
WINTER WERTDRUCK GmbH
Postfach 1280
82134 NEU-ESTING/MÜNCHEN
Tel 1: +49 8142 303 177
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 8142 303 170
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: BSchulteD@AOL.com
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
Name:
Company:
Address:
SCZEPANSKI Simone
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 66
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: simone.sczepanski@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
SEIDEL Eiko
Tel 1: +49 6103 766160
PANASONIC EUROPEAN LABORATORIES GmbH
Tel 2:
Monzastr. 4c
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 6103 766 144
63225 LANGEN
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: eiko.seidel@panasonic.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
SHEN Ming
ERICSSON CHINA CO. Ltd.
Ericsson Telecom Plaza, No.9,East
Dongfang Road, North Dong san huan
Beijing 100027
Tel 1: + 86 10 6463 22 88
Tel 2:
Mob : + 86 139 111 01 09
Fax 1: + 86 10 646 154 08
Fax 2:
CHINA
Name:
Company:
Address:
SIMMONS Paul
NORTEL
NMC, 1 Place des Freres Montgolfier
BP 50
78042 GUYANCOURT
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: paul_simmons@nt.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 37
Tel 1: +33 1 39 44 55 95
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 6 07 21 01 72
Fax 1: +33 1 39 44 50 02
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
SIMOLA Juha
Tel 1: +358 2 77400
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 50 5553343
Fax 1: +358 2 7740333
Fax 2:
BENEFON OY
PO Box 84
24100 SALO
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: juha.simola@benefon.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
SIMON Tamàs
Tel 1: +36 1 270 4130
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +36 1 270 4110
Fax 2:
PANNON GSM
Baross U. 165
2040 BUDAORS
HUNGARY
Name:
Company:
Address:
SIMONIC Tomaz
Tel 1: +386 61 1313 033
Tel 2:
Mob : +386 416 11242
Fax 1: +386 61 132 1144
Fax 2:
MOBITEL SLOVENIA
Dunajska 22
1000 LJUBLJANA
SLOVENIA
E-Mail Internet: tomaz.simonic@mobitel.si
Name:
Company:
Address:
SLOAN Joe
Tel 1: +353 1 609 5288
Tel 2:
Mob : +353 86 814 5288
Fax 1: +353 1 619 5288
Fax 2:
ESAT DIGIFONE
76 Lower Baggat Street
DUBLIN 2
IRELAND
E-Mail Internet: joe.sloan@digifone.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
STREHL Jorg
Tel 1: +49 201 12 204 20
Tel 2:
Mob : + 49 172 8088 335
Fax 1: +49 201 12 20382
Fax 2:
RWE Telliance AG
Gutenbergstrasse
45128 ESSEN
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: joerg.strehl@rwe-telliance.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
SUBA Janos
Tel 1: + 36 1 464 6000
Tel 2:
Mob : + 36 20 302 996
Fax 1: + 36 1 464 6100
Fax 2:
PANNON GSM
Baross u. 165
2040 BUDAÖRS
HUNGARY
E-Mail Internet: jsuba@pgsm.hu
ANNEX 1 - Page 38
Name:
Company:
Address:
SUNDBORG Jonas
ERICSSON RADIO SYSTEMS AB
ERA/LB
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
Name:
Company:
Address:
SZCZESNIAK Michal
POLKOMTEL SA
Woloska 16
WARSAW
Tel 1: +48 22 607 1986
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +48 22 607 5114
Fax 2:
POLAND
Name:
Company:
Address:
TARAZI Roger
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 28
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: roger.tarazi@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
TENDYCK Heiner
TOSHIBA ELECTRONICS GmbH
System Engineering Dept.
Hansaallee 181
40549 DUSSELDORF
Tel 1: +49 211 5296 275
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 211 5296 404
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: htendyck@tee.toshiba.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
THIGER Hans
TELECOM FINLAND
Mobile Telephone Services
PO Box 049
00051 TELE
Tel 1: +358 2040 3590
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 400 400 188
Fax 1: +358 2040 3873
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: hans.thiger@tele.fi
Name:
Company:
Address:
THIRION Philippe
Tel 1: +33 4 9211 4682
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 9324 4883
Fax 2:
CER - IBM
Departement 943
Le plan du Bois
06610 LA GAUDE
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: pthirion@vnet.ibm.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 39
Name:
Company:
Address:
THOMAS Rémi
FRANCE TELECOM
CNET/DMR/ACM
38-40 Rue Général Leclerc
92794 ISSY MOULINEAUX CEDEX 9
Tel 1: +33 1 4529 6407
Tel 2:
Mob : +33 0701 2235
Fax 1: +33 1 4529 6307
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: remi.thomas@issy.cnet.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
THORLBY Paul
DEFENSE RESEARCH AGENCY
St. Andrews Road
Malvern
WORESTERSHIRE WR14 3PS
Tel 1: +44 1684 895 030
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1684 895 646
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: jpthorlby@dra.hmg.gb
Name:
Company:
Address:
TIURANIEMI Riitta
OMNITELE LTD
PO Box 969
00101 HELSINKI
Tel 1: +358 9 6959 9250
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 50 1992
Fax 1: +358 9 177 182
Fax 2:
FNLAND
Name:
Company:
Address:
TOEPFER Armin
MANNESMANN MOBILFUNK GmbH
Am Seestern 1
40543 DÜSSELDORF
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+49 211 533 2838
+49 172 2100 748
+49 211 533 2804
Mob +49 1722106 795
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: armin.toepfer@d2privat.mmo.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
TOGNETTI Guido
TELITAL
Via Stazione di Prosecco 5/b
34010 SGONICO TRIESTE
Tel 1: +39 40 41 92 359
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 40 25 11 22
Fax 2:
ITALY
E-Mail Internet: postmaster@rs1.telital.it
Name:
Company:
Address:
TOMPKINS Robert W.
ICO GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS
16 Garden Close
WATFORD WD1 3DP
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: robert.tompkins@mcmail.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 40
Tel 1: +44 1 923 224 538
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 923 3366 35
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
TONELLI Paola
AIRTOUCH COMMUNICATIONS
1340 Treat Boulevard
Suite 500
WALNUT CREEK, CA 94596
Tel 1: +1 510 988 4505
Tel 2:
Mob : +1 510 220 7797
Fax 1: +1 510 988 4487
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: paola.tonelli@airtouch.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
TROFIMOV Iouri
Radio Research Institute NIIR
MPT of RUSSIA
Kazakova ST. 16
103064 MOSCOW
Tel 1: +7 095 267 3883
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +7 095 261 0090
Fax 2:
RUSSIA
E-Mail Internet: trofjk@dol.ru
Name:
Company:
Address:
TWINGLER Jonas
CELCORE INC
3800 Forest Hill Irene Road
Memphis
TENNESSEE 38125
Tel 1: +1 901 624 4450
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 901 624 4100
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: jtwingler@celcore.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
URIE Alistair
ALCATEL TELECOM
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@vz.cit.alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
USAI Paolo
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+33 4 92 94 42 36
+33 4 92 94 42 66
+39 335 387 164
+33 4 93 65 28 17
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: paolo.usai@etsi.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
VADGAMA Sunil
FUJITSU EUROPE TELECOM
R&D Centre Limited
2 Longwalk Rd/Stockley Park
UXBRIDGE MIDDX UB11 1AB
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: s.vadgama@fujitsu.co.uk
ANNEX 1 - Page 41
Tel 1: +44 1 81 573 4444
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 81 573 3602
Fax 2: +44 1 81 606 4539
Name:
Company:
Address:
VAINIKKA Jari
NOKIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS OY
PO BOX 300
00045 NOKIA GROUP
Tel 1: +358 9 5113 8374
Tel 2:
Mob : +358 40 511 88 66
Fax 1: +358 9 5113 8506
Fax 2:
FINLAND
E-Mail Internet: Jari.vainikka@ntc.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
VALERIO Fausto
ERICSSON TELECOMUNICAZIONI SPA
Via Anagnina 203
00040 ROMA
Tel 1: +39 6 7258 2320
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +39 6 7258 3008
Fax 2:
ITALY
Name:
Company:
Address:
VALME Niclas
Tel 1: +46 8 707 4663
Tel 2:
Mob : +46 705884663
Fax 1: +46 70 611 4663
Fax 2:
TELIA MOBILE AB
Rudsjoterrassen 2
13680 HANINGE
SWEDEN
E-Mail Internet: nic@hk.mobile.telia.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
VALTA Ekkehard
BAPT / BUNDESAMT FÜR P&T
Canisiusstr. 21
PO Box 8001
55003 MAINZ
Tel 1: +49 6131 18 2229
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 6131 18 5613
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: valta@bapt.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
VAN BOKHORST Ruud
PHILIPS BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
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
Name:
Company:
Address:
VAN DER AREND Peter
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: peter.vanderarend@etsi.fr
X.400: c=FR; a=ATLAS; p=ETSI; s=VanderArend; g=Peter
ANNEX 1 - Page 42
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4231
Tel 2: +33 4 9294 4266
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
VAN DONINCK Chris
BELGACOM MOBILE
Rue Emile Jacqmain 157
1210 BRUSSELS
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
+32 2 205 4508
+32 2 205 4526
+32 75 115 175
+32 2 205 4085
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: Chris.van.doninck@ls.belgacom.be
Name:
Company:
Address:
VAN VELTHOVEN Herman
PIONEER ELECTRONIC EUROPE
Joseph Cardijnstraat 31
9420 ERPE-MERE
Tel 1: +32 53 821 3 16
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +32 53 821 300
Fax 2:
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: hvv@club.innet.be
Name:
Company:
Address:
VANNAI Nàndor
Tel 1: +36 1 265 9003
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +36 1 265 9123
Fax 2:
WESTEL 900
5-7 Kaposvar ut.
1117 BUDAPEST
HUNGARY
Name:
Company:
Address:
VASSILIOU Marie-Michèle
ALCATEL MOBILE PHONES
32 Avenue Kleber
BP 26
92707 COLOMBES CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 1 4652 1693
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 1 4652 8270
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: marie-michele.vassiliou@art.alcatel.fr
Name:
Company:
Address:
VEDDER Klaus
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
Name:
Company:
Address:
VERBESTEL Willy
MOTOROLA SATCOM
2501 S.Price Road
G-1218
CHANDLER, AZ 85248-2899
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: P26458@email.mot.com
ANNEX 1 - Page 43
Tel 1: +1 602 732 2339
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +1 602 732 5176
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
VERCAUTEREN Leo
ALCATEL BELL
Francis Wellensplein 1
2018 ANTWERPEN
Tel 1: + 323 240 88 89
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: + 323 240 99 32
Fax 2:
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: cauterle@btmaa.bel.alcatel.be
Name:
Company:
Address:
VIVERO BLAS Ramon
DIRECCION GENERAL TELECOM
Palacio de Comunicaciones
Plaza de Cibeles, S/N
28014 MADRID
Tel 1: +34 1 396 2682
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +34 1 346 1566
Fax 2:
SPAIN
E-Mail Internet: Ramon.vivero-blas@dgtel.mop.es
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 9916
Fax 2:
BELGIUM
E-Mail Internet: vostersj@se.bel.alcatel.be
Name:
Company:
Address:
WALLACE Christopher
NOKIA INC.
2300 Valley View Lane
Suite 100
IRVING, TEXAS 75062
Tel 1: +1 972 257 9947
Tel 2:
Mob : +1 917 980 5595
Fax 1: +1 972 257 9988
Fax 2:
UNITED STATES
E-Mail Internet: chris.wallace@ntc.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
WALTER Knut Erik
TELENOR MOBIL AS
PO Box 6746
St.Olavs Plass
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.telemax.no
Name:
Company:
Address:
WATKINS Michael
BRT EUROPEAN NETWORK
CP 25, The Podium
1 Eversholt Street
LONDON NW1 1DN
UNITED KINGDOM
ANNEX 1 - Page 44
Tel 1: +44 171 391 5572
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 320 006
Fax 1: +44 171 391 5575
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
WATSON Andrew W.D.
MOTOROLA E.C.I.D
16 Euroway
Blagrove 2
SWINDON SN5 8YW
Tel 1: +44 1 793 566 230
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 318 522
Fax 1: +44 1 793 484 230
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: Watsona@ecid.cig.mot.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
WEILER Dirk
Tel 1:
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1:
Fax 2:
SIEMENS AG
MN P2
Hofmannstr.51
81359 MÜNCHEN
+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:
WEST Jonathan
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 9294 4321
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
E-Mail Internet: jonathan.west@etsi.fr
X.400: c=FR; a=ATLAS; p=ETSI; s=West; g=Jonathan
Name:
Company:
Address:
WHITE David
Tel 1: +44 1 71 242 0077
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 71 405 0444
Fax 2:
I.T. DIRECTION Ltd.
20-22, Bedford Row
LONDON WC1R 4EB
UNITED KINGDOM
Name:
Company:
Address:
WIEBKE Thomas
PANASONIC DEUTSCHLAND
Monzastr. 4c
63225 LANGEN
Tel 1: +49 6103 766 161
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 6103 766 166
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: wiebke@panasonic.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
WIEDERMANN Werner
MOBILKOM AUSTRIA AG
Treustrasse 43
1200 WIEN
AUSTRIA
E-Mail Internet: w.wiedermann@mobilkom.at
ANNEX 1 - Page 45
Tel 1: +43 1 33161 6000
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +43 1 33161 6009
Fax 2:
Name:
Company:
Address:
WIENER Anthony
ONE-2-ONE
Imperial Place
Maxwell Road, Borehamwood
HERTZ WD6 1EA
Tel 1: +44 1 81 214 2290
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 81 905 1671
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: twiener@one2one.co.uk
Name:
Company:
Address:
WILDEY Chris
NOKIA MOBILE PHONES
St Georges Court, St Georges Rd.
CAMBERLEY
SURREY GU15 3QZ
Tel 1: +44 1 276 419 587
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 300 479
Fax 1: +44 1 276 677 151
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: chris.wildey@nmp.nokia.com
Name:
Company:
Address:
WILLIAMS David
ETSI/PTSMG
650 Route des Lucioles
06921 SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS CEDEX
Tel 1: +33 4 92 94 42 61
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +33 4 93 65 28 17
Fax 2:
FRANCE
Name:
Company:
Address:
WILLIMOWSKI Ingo
IMST
Carl-Friedrich-Gauß-Str. 2
47475 KAMP-LINTFORT
Tel 1: +49 2842 981 415
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 2842 981 499
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: willimowski@imst.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
WILLRETT Ursel
WANDEL & GOLTERMANN GmbH
PO Box 1262
72795 ENINGEN
Tel 1: +49 7121 86 1265
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +49 7121 86 2148
Fax 2:
GERMANY
E-Mail Internet: willrett@wago.de
Name:
Company:
Address:
WINCH Nicholas
Tel 1: +44 1 203 562 290
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +44 1 203 563 816
Fax 2: +44 1 203 562 247
GPT Ltd.
New Century Park
PO Box 53
COVENTRY CV3 1HJ
UNITED KINGDOM
ANNEX 1 - Page 46
Name:
Company:
Address:
WU Xiao Feng
MINISTRY OF P & T
Dept of Science and Technology
13, West Chang-AnAve
BEIJING 100804
Tel 1: +86 10 660 12248
Tel 2: +86 10 660 58348
Mob :
Fax 1: +86 10 660 89046
Fax 2:
CHINA
Name:
Company:
Address:
YURASOVA Lyudmila
MPT OF RUSSIA
7, Tverskaya st.
MOSCOW 103375
Tel 1: +7 095 921 29 32
Tel 2:
Mob :
Fax 1: +7 095 923 5784
Fax 2: +7 095 201 6434
RUSSIA
E-Mail Internet: root@depmob.msk.ru
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 Terry
ERICSSON (CHINA) COMPANY LTD.
No. 9 East Dongfang Road
North Dongsanhuan Road
BEIJING 100027
Tel 1: + 8610 6463 2288
Tel 2:
Mob : + 86139 1235194
Fax 1: + 8610 6461 5405
Fax 2:
CHINA
E-Mail Internet: etc.etcterry@memo.ericsson.se
Name:
Company:
Address:
ZHANG Xin Sheng
MPT OF CHINA
No. 13 Westchang An Av.
Beijing 100804
Tel 1: + 8610 6601 1332
Tel 2: + 8610 660 12 096
Mob :
Fax 1: + 8610 6608 9046
Fax 2:
CHINA
Name:
Company:
Address:
ZOLLMAN Peter
VODAFONE LTD
The Courtyard
2-4 London Road
NEWBURY, BERKSHIRE RG14 1JX
Tel 1: +44 1 635 503 421
Tel 2:
Mob : +44 385 200 112
Fax 1: +44 1 635 31127
Fax 2:
UNITED KINGDOM
E-Mail Internet: peter.zollman@vf.vodafone.co.uk
X.400: G=Peter; S=Zollman; C=GB; A=Gold 400; P=Vodafone
ANNEX 1 - Page 47
Annex 2
ETSI TC SMG #2/97
Status List of CHANGE REQUESTS presented to
SMG#22
Introduction :
This following list contains the final status of all Change Requests, that were presented to SMG#22.
The statistics (see below) is based on that list.
New specifications that were submitted for approval are also listed.
Statistics
08-Feb-01
Phase 1
CRs under responsibility of the following STCs have been
submitted by the time of printing : 08-Feb-01
17 CRs presented by SMG 1
45 CRs presented by SMG 2
48 CRs presented by SMG 3
52 CRs presented by SMG 4
9 CRs presented by SMG 6
117 CRs presented by SMG 7
12 CRs presented by SMG 8
32 CRs presented by SMG 9
2 CRs presented by SMG 10
23 CRs presented by SMG 11
2
CRs
approved
95
2
2
1
1
CRs
CRs
CRs
CRs
CRs
approved
cond. approved
informative
postponed
revised
152
1
CRs
CRs
approved
revised
95
3
1
CRs
CRs
CRs
approved
postponed
withdrawn
2
CRs
approved
Phase 2
Phase R96
Phase R97
357 CRs presented in total
Phase R98
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357 CRs were presented in total
Status_new_Specs
TDoc SPEC
PHAS SUBJECT
STATUS
NEW_VE
SOURC
97-777 01.61
97-739 02.53
R97 GPRS ciphering algorithm requirements
R97 Tandem Free Operation Stage 1
approved
approved
5.0.0
5.0.0
SMG10
SMG11
97-738 03.58
97-705 03.22
R97 Handsfree test methods
R96 Universal Geographical Area Description (GAD)
approved
approved
5.0.0
5.0.0
SMG11
SMG3
97-642
97-641
97-708
97-707
R97
R97
R97
R97
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
SMG3
SMG3
SMG4
SMG4
04.65
04.64
09.61
07.60
Spec
GSM 04.65 GPRS; Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Protocol
GSM 04.64 GPRS; MS-SGSN Logical Link Control Layer
Draft GSM 09.61 v. 2.0.0
Draft GSM 07.60 v. 2.0.0
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
A018
A019
A020
R97
R97
R97
B
C
D
SS CNAP:Introduction of the Calling Name Presentation Supplementar
includes MSP in table
eMLPP & Emergency Calls
97-799
97-651
97-651
approved
approved
approved
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
A007
R97
D
ME Personalization, Part of CR A.003r1 to 02.22 approved at SMG#2
97-655
approved
5.3.0
A018
A019
A020
R97
R97
R97
B
C
C
SS CNAP: Introduction of the Calling Name Presentation Supplementa
Clarifies selection procedure
CCBS Request De Activation
97-793
97-651
97-651
approved
approved
approved
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
A001
R98
F
MT operation in GPRS
97-651
approved
5.1.0
R97
B
Camel Phase 2 and Camel Phase 1
97-652
approved
5.3.0
CR
rev
02.04
02.22
’strategic’
02.30
02.60
02.78
’strategic’
A013
4
Page 2 of 14
TDoc
Status
Line Identification Supplementary Services - Stage 1.
A006
2
F
Handling of Nums related CLI SS: CR allows presentation of additiona
A007
R97
A
Handling of Nums related CLI SS: CR allows presentation of additiona
97-653
97-653
postponed
postponed
A005
R98
D
Correction of misleading text regarding the end to end check.
97-651
approved
5.3.0
A013
A014
A015
A016
R97
R97
R97
R97
C
D
B
B
CCBS Camel
CCBS Editorial
CCBS Request de activation
CCBS Suspend
97-651
97-651
97-651
97-651
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.3.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
A003
R97
C
Clarifies interactions w other services
97-651
approved
5.2.0
A006
A007
R96
R97
F
B
Clarification on the nature of the B-Interface
Support of SIWF
97-796
97-796
approved
approved
5.2.0
5.2.0
A001
R97
B
Restauration procedures GPRS
97-691
approved
5.1.0
A007
A008
R97
R97
B
B
Support of NAEA
Organization of subscriber data GPRS
97-689
97-691
approved
approved
5.2.0
5.2.0
A006
R96
F
Editorial modifications
97-695
approved
5,3.0
A007
A008
A009
R97
R97
R97
B
B
B
Support of NAEA
Changes due to Calling Name Presentation
Organization of subscriber data GPRS
97-689
97-816
97-691
approved
approved
approved
5.2.0
5.2.0
5.2.0
Spec
CR
02.81
’strategic’
’strategic’
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
NEW_VERS
02.87
02.93
02.97
03.02
’strategic’
03.07
03.08
03.10
03.16
03.18
A008
A010
R97
R97
B
B
Support of NAEA
Introduction of CNAP
97-689
97-799
approved
postponed
5.2.0
1
A006
A007
1
1
R97
R97
B
B
GPRS interaction with existing security mechanisms
GPRS security
97-778
97-778
approved
approved
5.2.0
5.2.0
03.20
03.26
Multiband operation of GSM/DCS 1800 by a single operator
Page 3 of 14
Spec
’strategic’
CR
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
A004
1
2
C
Clarification of use of SYSTEM INFORMATION messages
97-845
cond. approved
4.3.0
A060
A061
A062
A063
R97
R96
R97
R97
B
F
F
B
Code points for SIM Toolkit secure messaging
Correction of numbers
User Data Header Indicator
SMS transfer over GPRS
97-696
97-696
97-696
97-706
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
A036
A037
A038
A039
A040
A041
A042
A043
A044
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R96
R97
R97
C
C
C
C
D
C
D
C
C
Format of Cell List Structures
Removing restriction on the use of SET-DRX
Repetition Rate
CBCH loading
Editorial changes
Cause values
Editorial changes
No-of-Broadcasts-Completed
Write-Replace
97-697
97-697
97-697
97-697
97-703
97-697
97-703
97-697
97-697
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
A002
R96
F
Editorial changes
97-703
approved
5.2.0
A018
A019
A020
A021
A022
A023
A024
A025
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
C
C
C
C
D
C
C
C
Removing restriction on the use of SET-DRX
Repetition Rate
CBCH loading
User Data definition for non Fast Select
Alignment with 03.41
Cause values
Format of Cell List Structures
No-of-Broadcasts-Completed
97-697
97-697
97-697
97-697
97-703
97-697
97-697
97-697
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
R97
R97
R97
D
F
D
Definition of visited MSC
Clarifications of ISUP procedures
Number of MSCs that can access an SIWF
97-698
97-698
97-698
approved
approved
approved
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
R97
R97
R97
C
C
C
Clarifications to 03.60
Maximum network layer PDU length
Reliable MM signalling over the radio interface
97-643
97-643
97-643
approved
approved
approved
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
03.40
’strategic’
03.41
03.42
03.49
03.54
A001
A002
A003
1
03.60
A001
A002
A003
1
Page 4 of 14
Spec
CR
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
A004
A005
A006
A007
A008
A009
A010
1
1
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
C
C
C
F
F
D
Selection of the external network reference point by the user
Allocation of NSAPI in the PDP Context Activation procedure
Anonymous Access PDP Context Deactivation
Various improvements to GSM 03.60
SMS over GPRS
Clarifications to network-requested PDP context activation
Clarification on the update of the SGSN-VLR association
97-643
97-643
97-643
97-643
97-643
97-643
97-643
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
A022
A023
A024
A025
A026
A027
A029
A030
A031
A032
A033
A035
A036
A037
A039
1
1
1
1
1
2
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
R97
B
C
C
F
B
C
D
C
C
D
C
F
F
D
C
Unacknowledged mode of RLC/MAC operation
Improved RLC Service Primitives
Enhancements to dynamic allocation
Clarifications to DRX
Optimisation for network control cell reselection
Abnormal Cases in GPRS MS Ready State: Leaky Bucket Procedure
Multiframe structure (details) (revision of SMG2 GPRS 301/97)
Abnormal Cases in GPRS MS Ready State
Cell Re-Selection in GPRS
Definition of PACCH
Clarifications on Timing advance procedure
Bit order for USF coding in GPRS
PTM-M
Contention resolution
Deleting parameter XHYST
97-638
97-638
97-639
97-639
97-638
97-638
97-639
97-638
97-639
97-639
97-639
97-639
97-639
97-639
97-639
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
5.1.0
A010
R96
F
ASCI ph1 option pruning (routing or VBS/VGCS calls) [R96]
97-690
approved
5.3.0
A009
R96
F
ASCI ph1 option pruning (routing or VBS/VGCS calls) [R96]
97-690
approved
5.3.0
R96
R96
F
F
Alignment with stage 3 specifications (09.78 and 09.02) and clarificati
Alignment subscriber status in CAMEL with MAP
97-688
97-688
approved
approved
5.2.0
5.2.0
97-711
97-713
97-713
97-717
97-717
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
4.20.0
5.5.0
5.4.2
5.4.2
5.6.0
1
3
03.64
1
1
1
03.68
’strategic’
03.69
’strategic’
03.78
’strategic’
’strategic’
04.08
’strategic’
’strategic’
A003
A010
3
Mobile Radio Interface - Layer 3 Specification
A217 1
2
F
Protocol error handling in the network
A218 1
R96
A
Protocol error handling in the network
A219
R96
D
Descriptive group or broadcast call reference
A220 1
R96
D
Editorial Correction
A221 1
R96
B
BA Range IE Handling
Page 5 of 14
Spec
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
CR
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
A223
A224
A226
A227
A228
A229
A238
A238
A239
A239
A239
1
1
2
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
2
R96
R96
R96
2
2
A
F
F
D
F
F
C
C
F
C
C
MS handling of cipher mode setting
Coding of the IEI of the priority level
Handling of mandatory information error in release
Wrong reference
Handling of ASCI information by non-supporting MS
MS handling of cipher mode setting
Clarification of use of L2 Pseudo Length in SYSTEM INFORMATIO
Clarification of use of L2 Pseudo Length in SYSTEM INFORMATIO
Deletion of codepoint for V.32bis
Clarification of use of L2 Pseudo Length in SYSTEM INFORMATIO
Clarification of use of L2 Pseudo Length in SYSTEM INFORMATIO
97-713
97-712
97-712
97-713
97-735
97-711
97-773
97-845
97-699
97-773
97-845
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
revised
approved
approved
revised
approved
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.5.0
5.4.2
5.7.0
4.20.0
5.7.2
5.7.2
5.7.0
4.20.1
4.20.1
R96
F
Editorial changes, rate adaptation procedure
97-701
approved
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
1
2
1
2
04.21
A008
04.22
A011
A012
2
R96
R96
F
F
Corrections for 14.4 kbit/s
HSCSD
97-701
97-700
approved
approved
A007
1
R97
B
Introduction of CNAP
97-799
postponed
A019
1
R97
B
Introduction of GPRS
97-640
approved
5.4.0
A011
1
R97
B
Introduction of GPRS
97-640
approved
5.4.0
A056
A060
A061
2
R96
R97
2
B
B
B
Call Setup Success Performance at High Received Input Levels
Introduction of GPRS
Call Setup Success Performance at High Received Input Levels
97-769
97-640
97-769
approved
approved
approved
5.6.0
5.6.0
4.20.0
04.80
05.02
05.03
05.05
’strategic’
’strategic’
05.08
A010
A037
A038
2
R97
2
R96
B
F
A
Introduction of GPRS
Signal strength measurements
Signal strength measurements
97-640
97-769
97-769
approved
approved
approved
5.5.0
4.19.1
5.5.0
A011
1
R97
B
Introduction of the new Timing Advance Procedure for GPRS
97-640
approved
5.2.0
R96
D
Correction of terminology
97-769
approved
5.1.1
05.10
05.50
A004
Page 6 of 14
Spec
CR
06.01
Full Rate Speech Processing Functions.
A003
2
D
UAP61 comments
A004
R96
D
UAP61 comments
A005
R96
B
Introduction of Homing for Full Rate Speech Transcoding
06.06
rev
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
97-737
97-737
97-741
approved
approved
approved
4.0.6
5.1.0
5.1.0
European Digital Telecommunications System Half Rate Speech - Part 7: ANSI-C Code for GSM Half Rate Speech Codec
A002 1
2
D
UAP60 and Supplementary notes on 06.06 Call Graph Changes
97-737
approved
A003
R96
D
UAP60 and Supplementary notes on 06.06 Call Graph Changes
97-737
approved
4.1.1
5.1.1
06.07
European Digital Cellular Telecommunications Systems Half Rate Speech - Part 8: Test Sequence for GSM Half Rate Speech Codec
A004
2
D
UAP61 comments
97-737
approved
4.1.1
A005
R96
D
UAP61 comments
97-737
approved
5.0.2
06.10
Full Rate Speech Transcoding
A001
2
D
UAP61 comments
A002
R96
D
UAP61 comments
A003
R96
B
Introduction of Homing and 8 bit Test Sequences for Full Rate Speech
97-737
97-737
97-741
approved
approved
approved
4.0.3
5.1.0
5.1.0
Substitution and Muting of Lost Frames for Full Rate Speech Channels.
A001
2
D
UAP61 comments
A002
R96
D
UAP61 comments
97-737
97-737
approved
approved
4.0.5
5.0.2
Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) for Full Rate Speech Traffic Channels
A006
2
D
UAP61 comments
A007
R96
D
UAP61 comments
97-737
97-737
approved
approved
4.0.5
5.0.1
Voice Activity Detection (VAD).
A004
2
D
UAP61 comments
A005
R96
D
UAP61 comments
97-737
97-737
approved
approved
4.2.2
5.0.2
A002
R96
F
Clarification on the SID flag evaluation
97-741
approved
5.2.0
A007
A008
2
R96
D
D
Vote 115 comments
Vote 115 comments
97-737
97-737
approved
approved
4.0.1
5.1.3
A003
A004
2
R96
D
D
Vote 115 comments
Vote 115 comments
97-737
97-737
approved
approved
4.0.1
5.1.3
A003
2
D
Vote 115 comments
97-737
approved
4.0.1
06.11
06.31
06.32
06.41
06.53
06.60
06.62
Page 7 of 14
Spec
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
R96
D
Vote 115 comments
97-737
approved
5.1.3
R96
R96
R96
R96
F
F
F
F
Initial synchronization for HSCSD
Corrections for 14.4 kbit/s
Clarifications on ACC parameter values
Deletion of codepoint for V.32bis
97-700
97-701
97-700
97-699
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
5.6.0
A010
R96
F
Addressing in L2R PDU’s
97-701
approved
5.4.0
A008
R96
F
Addressing in L2R PDU’s
97-701
approved
5.3.0
A036
R97
B
Enhanced validity period format in text mode
97-702
approved
5.4.0
A036
A037
A038
A039
A040
A041
A042
A043
R96
R96
R97
R96
R97
R97
R97
R97
F
B
B
F
B
D
B
B
Deletion of codepoint for V.32bis (electronic only)
TCH/F14.4 channel coding in HSCSD commands
ME ringer, loudspeaker and microphone control
V.120 Interworking
Advice of charge information from SIM
Amendment in the scope Reference to 07.07 GPRS
ATH and drop DTR for voice mode
Preferred network list
97-699
97-701
97-702
97-702
97-702
97-706
97-702
97-702
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.4.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
5.4.0
R96
2
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R97
B
F
A
C
F
F
F
F
Speech versions compatibility
Wrong References to GSM 04.08
Wrong References to GSM 04.08
Removal of Layer 3 header info
ASCI clean up
Channel type IE corrections
Length of assignment requirement information element
Length of assignment requirement information element
97-718
97-718
97-718
97-718
97-735
97-718
97-718
97-718
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.7.0
4.12.0
5.5.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
Inband Control of Remote Transcoders and Rate Adaptors.
A007
2
B
Update of inband control of the remote TRAU to handle the frames of t
97-770
approved
4.4.0
A090
97-692
approved
5.7.0
CR
rev
A004
07.01
A023
A024
A025
A026
2
07.02
07.03
07.05
07.07
08.08
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
08.60
’strategic’
A074
A079
A080
A083
A084
A087
A088
A089
3
1
1
1
1
09.02
’strategic’
R96
F
Re-introducing of BindingPackage-v1 to GSM 09.02 [R96]
Page 8 of 14
Spec
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
’strategic’
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
R96
R96
R97
R96
R96
2
R96
R96
F
A
B
F
F
F
F
F
ASCI ph1 option pruning (routing or VBS/VGCS calls) [R96]
Private extention in v2 SS operations (phase 2+)
Support of NAEA
Exception handling for Ext-BearerServiceCode/ Ext-TeleserviceCode
Handling of PLMN specific SS and BS codes in the GMSC
Private extention in v2 SS operations (phase 2)
SSN reservation for CAP
ASN.1definition of private extention
97-690
97-693
97-689
97-692
97-692
97-693
97-688
97-692
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
4.18.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
F
F
F
C
F
D
F
Initial synchronization for HSCSD
Corrections for 14.4 kbit/s
Corrections for HSCSD + 14.4 kbit/s
Data Compression
Deletion of codepoint for V.32bis
Clarification of OMT for HSCSD and 14.4 kbit/s
Intermediate Rate mapping between GSM and ISDN BC
97-700
97-701
97-700
97-700
97-699
97-700
97-700
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
R96
2
A
F
Mapping of error ’System Failure’ (phase 2+)
Mapping of error ’SystemFailure’ (Phase 2)
97-693
97-693
approved
approved
5.2.0
4.4.0
R96
R96
R96
R96
D
F
D
F
Modifications resulting from comments by SPS3
Called Party BCD number with initial DP operation
Removal of the informative Annex B
Alignment with stage 2
97-688
97-688
97-688
97-688
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.2.0
5.2.0
5.2.0
5.2.0
Recommended Infrastructure Measures to Overcome Specific Phase 1 Mobile Stations Faults
A007 1
2
B
Handling of new phase 2 BCCH and SACCH messages by phase 1 MS
97-845
cond. approved
4.4.0
Conformance Specification
A265
2
F
A266
2
F
A267
2
F
A268
2
F
A269
2
F
A270 1
2
F
A271
2
F
A272
2
F
A273
2
F
97-667
97-667
97-667
97-667
97-667
97-681
97-667
97-667
97-667
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
CR
A092
A093
A095
A099
A100
A101
A102
A104
rev
1
1
09.07
A029
A030
A031
A033
A034
A035
A036
2
2
2
2
09.10
’strategic’
A006
A007
09.78
’strategic’
09.94
’strategic’
11.10-1
A013
A015
A016
A018
1
Section 21.3 RXQUAL_SUB with DTX
Clarification that for cell to be made ‘not suitable’ C1 must be made <
Section 26.6.4.1.3 - Expected sequence step B25)
Multiband BCCH / Intercell Handover
Multiband BCCH / Intracell Handover - Interband Assignment
Section 26.11 - Coding of SI Type 2ter and 5ter in defaults and 26.11.2
Section 26.11.3.1.2.3 - Initial condition of MS
CBCH Mobile Allocation IE not needed in SYS INFO 4 in Test 34.3
Section 31 , allow DTMF signalling in SS tests
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Spec
CR
A274
A275
A276
A277
A278
A279
A280
A281
A282
A283
A284
A285
A286
A287
A288
A289
A290
A291
A292
A293
A294
A295
A296
A297
A298
A299
A300
A301
A302
A303
A304
A305
A306
A307
A308
A309
A310
A311
rev
1
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
2
2
2
2
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
F
F
F
F
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
D
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
Section 34 , correction of defaults RP_ERROR
Section 36.2.1.1.1 - Loop A and FACCH
Clarification of Test equipment level accuracy for cell (re) selection tes
Section 14.6.2 and 14.8.2 - Control Channels - Delete Loop Back
Section 21.3 RXQUAL_SUB with DTX
Clarification that for cell to be made ‘not suitable’ C1 must be made <
Section 26.6.4.1.3 - Expected sequence step B25)
Multiband BCCH / Intercell Handover
Multiband BCCH / Intracell Handover - Interband Assignment
Section 26.11 - Coding of SI Type 2ter and 5ter in defaults and 26.11.2
Section 26.11.3.1.2.3 - Initial condition of MS
CBCH Mobile Allocation IE not needed in SYS INFO 4 in Test 34.3
Section 31 , allow DTMF signalling in SS tests
Section 34 , correction of defaults RP_ERROR
Section 36.2.1.1.1 - Loop A and FACCH
Clarification of Test equipment level accuracy for cell (re) selection tes
Section 14.6.2 and 14.8.2 - Control Channels - Delete Loop Back
Corrections of references to GSM 04.08 Phase 2+ clause numbers
New generic call setup procedure for mobile terminating multislot conf
New generic call setup procedure for mobile originating multislot confi
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.1.1 Multislot signaling / RR /
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.1.2 Multislot signaling / RR /
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.2.1 Multislot signaling / RR /
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.2.2 Multislot signaling / RR /
Table that contains a summary of the different combinations of parame
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.3.1 Multislot signaling / RR /
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.3.2 Multislot signaling / RR /
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.3.3 Multislot signaling / RR /
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.3.4 Multislot signaling / RR /
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.3.5 Multislot signaling / RR /
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.4 Multislot signaling / RR / Te
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.1.6 Multislot signaling / RR / Ea
Default contents of GSM 900 and DCS 1800 layer 3 messages for HSC
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.2.1.1 Multislot signaling / CC / I
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.2.1.2 Multislot signaling / CC / I
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.2.1.3 Multislot signaling / CC / I
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.2.1.4 Multislot signaling / CC / I
Multislot signaling / CC / In call functions / contents of some of the me
97-667
97-667
97-667
97-667
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-681
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-668
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-669
97-670
97-670
97-670
97-670
97-670
97-670
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
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
Page 10 of 14
Spec
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
2
R96
2
2
2
R96
R96
2
R96
R96
B
B
B
B
B
B
F
A
F
F
F
F
F
C
C
F
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.3.1 Multislot signaling / Structur
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.3.2 Multislot signaling / Structur
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.3.3 Multislot signaling / Structur
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.3.4 Multislot signaling / Structur
HSCSD type approval test case 26.13.3.5 Multislot signaling / Structur
Default test conditions during layer 3 tests
Section 20.5 - Initial parameter PT for carriers 2 and 3
Section 20.5 - Initial parameter PT for carriers 2 and 3
EFR Performances for MS
EFR Performances for MS
EFR Performances for MS
EFR Performances for MS
EFR Performances for MS
Tx RF adjustment for Cell reselction timings test cases
Tx RF adjustment for Cell reselction timings test cases
EFR Performances for MS
97-670
97-670
97-670
97-670
97-670
97-670
97-682
97-682
97-857
97-857
97-857
97-857
97-857
97-680
97-680
97-857
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
Approved
Approved
approved
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
4.20.0
5.3.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
4.20.0
5.3.0
5.3.0
Layer3 (L3) Abstract Test Suite (ATS)
259
2
F
Change to TSO OM_NoL2Ack
260
2
F
TTCN Verdict Error in TC_26_8_1_2_4_2
261
2
F
SMS data link establishments against the wrong sapi
262
2
F
Correct error in formation of SI 4 messages for CBCH needs
264
2
F
Not return the MS to idle state after executing localtree in TC_31_6_1
265
2
F
Wrong Transaction Identifier in a Call Proceeding message for a secon
266
2
F
Dont care what the deleted LAI is in the pre-amble of TC_26_7_4_6
267
2
F
Correct cell for paging and access grants after checking for no-paging i
268
2
F
Test step RcvSetupOrEsetup consumes messages in error in TC_26_7_
269
2
F
Indentation error in TC_26_8_1_2_3_2
270
2
F
Changes to ATS v4190 in order to support EFR mobiles
271
2
F
Use correct channels in TC_34_2_2 for SMS
272
2
F
Problems in Non-Sync HandOver Test Case
273
2
F
Problem in TS SvcSupportedChk
274
2
F
Redundant Call in TC_26_9_3
275
2
F
Unnecessary iei in several constraints*
276
2
F
RACH Random Ref. & Frame No. not used by IMM. ASS. In TC_26_
277
2
F
Channel Rate Variable Not Set For Half-Rate
278
2
F
Correction Structured Type Constraint ProgInd_01
279
2
F
Incorrect Delays In Test Case TC_26_2_4_6
280
2
F
Possible Expiry of T3240 in TC_26_6_8_4 & TC_26_6_4_1
97-671
97-671
97-671
97-671
97-672
97-672
97-672
97-672
97-672
97-672
97-672
97-673
97-673
97-673
97-673
97-673
97-673
97-673
97-673
97-673
97-674
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
CR
A312
A313
A314
A315
A316
A317
A318
A319
A320
A321
A322
A323
A324
A325
A326
A327
11.10-3
rev
1
1
1
1
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Spec
CR
rev
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
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
Correction to PDU constraints Setup_10_UDI, Setup_10_3100 and Set
Remove the setting ciphering in the pre-amble of CC TCs
Correction to TC_26_6_5_5_1
RcvSetupotEsetup not setting Emergency TC variable
Verdicts in test steps and test cases need to be labelled
Ciphering between changes of radio rate needs to be disabled
Addition of 1 s. delay between CHAN REL and PAGE REQ
No check of CCcap in CallConfirm_20
TCV_SpecialCase needed for non-supported services
Unnecesary check on follow-on request within location update
Problems with TC_26_6_5_4_1
Too short T_guard timer in TC_31_6_2_2
Update definition and loose checks for LLCMP
FreqTch_ef1 and ef2 use wrong mac values
Structured rest octet definitions for SI 3 & 4
Error In Default Behaviour List of TS RR_Hocomp1
Wrong start type in preamble for TC_26_9_6_2_1,_2
MS receiving AoCC parameters midway through a call
Error in BS61or81MT prevents checking of MS abilities to service
Ciphering key problem in MM_LupAuthRpt
Wait period too short and an uneccessary Chan Rel
Use correct channels in TC_31_6_2_1
Wildcards used in a qualifier expression
Handling non CC MS
Action on expiry of timer T3210 in TC_26_7_4_3_2, _3
Structured rest octet definitions for SI 2ter, 5ter, 7 and 8
Change order of ICS/IXIT parameters
Initate normal MO call in TC_26_7_4_2_1
Changing of RF Levels To Ensure Cell Selection
New EFR ATS
New Cell selection ATS
97-674
97-674
97-674
97-674
97-674
97-674
97-674
97-674
97-675
97-675
97-675
97-675
97-675
97-675
97-676
97-676
97-676
97-676
97-676
97-676
97-676
97-676
97-677
97-677
97-677
97-677
97-677
97-676
97-676
97-678
97-679
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
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
4.20.0
R97
R96
R97
R97
r96
r96
B
F
C
B
F
F
Short Message Status Reports
Addition of reference to SDN and BDN in the description of EFCCP
SIM and ME behaviour when SIM is disabled and blocked
Introduction of UCS2
Response data following an ENVELOPE command
Coding of EFPhase
788/97
788/97
788/97
788/97
788/97
788/97
approved
approved
approved
withdrawn
approved
approved
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
5.7.0
11.11
’strategic’
’strategic’
A046
A050
A051
A052
A053
A054
2
1
Page 12 of 14
Spec
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
R97
R97
C
B
Changes to Dialling Number Files and extensions
Network’s indication of alerting in the MS
788/97
788/97
approved
approved
5.7.0
5.7.0
Specification on the 3 Volt subscriber identity module Equipment (SIM-ME) Interface
A007 1
2
F
RST Signal Electrical Characteristics
788/97
approved
5.7.0
A020
A021
A022
A023
A024
A025
A026
A027
A028
A029
A030
A031
A032
A033
A034
A035
A036
A037
A038
A040
A041
A042
A043
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
789/97
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
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
5.5.0
783/97
783/97
783/97
783/97
783/97
783/97
783/97
783/97
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
4.8.0
5.1.0
4.8.0
5.1.0
4.8.0
5.1.0
4.8.0
5.1.0
CR
rev
A055
A056
11.12
11.14
11.21
1
1
1
1
1
R97
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
B
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
Help information facility
Corrections to Annex D
Response data following an ENVELOPE command
Length of resp data following an SMS-PP ENVELOPE command
Clarification of the TP-Message Reference incrementation
Corrections of the use of the Comprehension Required flag
DCS byte coding for send short message command
Concerning Annex C
Clarification of POLLING OFF command
Interaction between SIM toolkit and emergency calls
removal of setup menu
Clarification of result retry
Coding of simple TLV data objects
Interaction between proactive commands and FDN
Toolkit and ME display interaction
Poll interval
Clarifications to to REFRESH command.
Clarification of length and removal of padding
Correction to display text
Terminal response without command details
Number of possible ongoing proactive commands
Provide Local Information
Interaction with Last Number Dialled
GSM Radio Aspects Base Station System Equipment Specification
A050
2
B
Addition of Radio Link Management chapter
A051
R97
B
Addition of Radio Link Management chapter
A052
2
B
Testing BSS with ancillary FR amplifiers
A053
R97
B
Testing BSS with ancillary FR amplifiers
A054
2
B
BSS using Antenna arrays
A055
R97
B
BSS using Antenna arrays
A056
2
B
Definition of EFR test cases
A057
R97
B
Definition of EFR test cases
Page 13 of 14
Spec
’strategic’
11.23
Phase
Cat
SUBJECT
TDoc
Status
NEW_VERS
R97
R97
B
B
Addition of 14.4 test case
Conversion of phase 2+ TS to phase2 and 2+ EN
783/97
783/97
approved
approved
5.1.0
5.1.0
GSM Signalling Aspects Base Station System equipment Specification
A012
2
B
Addition of EFR
784/97
approved
4.8.0
A006
R97
B
Addition of references to the R-GSM band
783/97
approved
5.1.0
A021
A022
R96
R96
B
B
incorporation ofCAMEL
incorporation of HSCSD
686/97
686/97
approved
approved
5.0.0
5.0.0
A040
A041
A042
A043
A044
A045
A046
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
R96
B
B
B
B
F
F
B
HSCSD call tracing
HSCSD call tracing in the MSC
OPtimal routing
Trace deletion at the BSS
HSCSD
HSCSD
Improvment to measurement reports
687/97
687/97
687/97
687/97
687/97
687/97
687/97
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
approved
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
5.0.0
A001
A002
1
1
F
F
Proposal for changes of ETR 04.02, Annex 2, to remove inconsistencie
Proposal for changes of ETR 04.02, Annex 2.Spectrum efficiency eval
97-771
97-771
approved
approved
3.1.0
3.1.0
A009
2
F
Reduction Of Test Cases For TC_26_12_2_1 and TC_26_12_2_2
97-853
informative
A003
2
F
Reduction Of Test Cases For TC_26_12_2_1 and TC_26_12_2_2
97-853
informative
CR
A058
A059
rev
11.26
12.05
12.08
30.03
’strategic’
’strategic’
TBR 19
TBR 31
Page 14 of 14
SMG#23 Tdoc List
NUMBER
TITLE
P-97-622
P-97-623
P-97-624
P-97-625
P-97-626
P-97-627
List of Side Events during SMG #23
Focus of SMG#23 and SMG#24
SMG Chairman’s report
PT SMG job descriptions V 3.12
Not allocated
Agenda and Schedule of SMG#23, draft 5th
September 97
P-97-628 SMG Co-ordination Group
P-97-629 ETSI’s SMG Progress Report (ETSI Board#8
Tdoc17)
P-97-630 List of Side Events during SMG #23 (revised
TDoc 622/97)
P-97-631 AMR Standardization Schedule (T1P1/97-175)
P-97-632 Standards Requirements for PCS 1900 Value
Added Data Services
P-97-633 SMG/T1P1 Working Procedures for the
Establishment, Evolution and Maintenance of
Common GSM Specifications
P-97-634 LS to SMG3 WPB on CNAP Specifications
P-97-635 Report from recent MoU#38, 17-19.09.97, Cyprus
P-97-636 PRD SE.03 - Classification of Services - version
3.10.0
P-97-637 GSM 10.60 v.5.2.0 GPRS Project Schedule
P-97-638 NS CRs A022, A023, A026, A027 and A030 to
GSM 03.64 v.5.0.0 GPRS Release 97
P-97-639 NS CRs A024, A025, A029, A031, A032, A033,
A035, A036, A037, A039 to GSM 03.64 v.5.0.0
GPRS Release 97
P-97-640 Strategic CRs A019 to GSM 05.02 v.5.3.0, A011
to GSM 05.03 v.5.3.0, A060 to GSM 05.05
v.5.5.0, A010 to GSM 05.08, 5.4.0, A011 to GSM
05.10 v.5.1.0 GPRS Release 97
P-97-641 GSM 04.64 v.2.0.0 LLC specification GPRS
Phase 2+, Release ’97
P-97-642 GSM 04.65 v.2.0.0 Subnetwork Dependent
Convergence Protocol (SNDCP) Phase 2+
specification GPRS
P-97-643 NS CRs A001r0, A002r1, A003r0, A004r1,
A005r1, A006r0, A007r1, A008r3, A009r0, A010r0
to GSM 03.60 v.5.0.0 GPRS
P-97-644 GSM 09.16 v.1.0.0 GPRS Gs Interface Network
Service, Phase 2+, Release 97
P-97-645 GSM 09.18 v.1.0.0 GPRS Gs Interface Layer 3
specification, Phase 2+, Release 97
P-97-646 GSM 08.14 v.1.0.0 GPRS Gb Interface Layer 1,
Phase 2+, Release 97 (for information)
P-97-647 GSM 08.16 v.1.0.0 GPRS Gb Interface Network
Service, Phase 2+, Release 97 (for information)
P-97-648 GSM Standardisation Issues Relating to Number
Portability (SERG Doc 80/97)
P-97-649 LS on SPNP Supplementary Service (SERG Doc
87/97)
P-97-650 SMG1 STATUS REPORT
SOURCE
SMG Chairman
SMG Chairman
SMG Chairman
PT SMG
AGENDA REPLACED
ITEM
BY TDOC
2
P-97-630
2
3
for info
SMG Chairman
2
SMG Chairman, 5
ECTEL TMS
Chairman
SMG Chairman 3
SMG Chairman
3
T1P1
T1P1
4
4
T1P1
4
T1P1
Chairman MoU
SERG
Chairman MoU
SERG
PT 80V
SMG2 WPA
4
4
SMG2 WPB
6.1
SMG2
6.1
SMG3
6.1
SMG3
6.1
SMG3
6.1
SMG3
6.1
SMG3
6.1
SMG2
6.1
SMG2
6.1
4
6.1
6.1
BELLSOUTH NZ 6.4
MoU SERG
7.1
SMG1
7.1
NUMBER
TITLE
P-97-651 NS CRs to GSM 02.04, 02.30, 02.60, 02.87,
02.22, 02.93, 02.97
P-97-652 Strategic CR A013r4 to GSM 02.78 v.5.2.1
P-97-653 Strategic CRs A006 and A007 to GSM 02.81
P-97-654 Strategic CRs A018 to GSM 02.04 v.5.6.1 and
A018 to GSM 02.30 v.5.5.1
P-97-655 UMTS 22.01 v.3.1.1 Service Aspects, Service
Principles
P-97-656 UMTS 22.05 v.1.1.0 Services and Service
Capabilities
P-97-657 UMTS 22.25 v.1.0.0 Quality of Service and
Network Performance
P-97-658 Presentation to SMG#23
P-97-659 LS Interaction of CCBS with CAMEL
P-97-660 Proposed LS on the definition of the Directory
Number as used in standardised MMI
P-97-661 PCS (GSM) 1900 Service Provider Number
Portability
P-97-662 GSM 02. v.0.0.3 GSM Number Portability
P-97-663 UMTS 22.80 v.1.0.0 UMTS Relationship to other
standards
P-97-664 AMR High Quality Coding Mode
P-97-665 LS on a wideband speech service on AMR
P-97-666 SMG7 STATUS REPORT
P-97-667 CRs A265 to A277 to 11.10 Part 1 Phase 2
P-97-668 CRs A278 to A291 to 11.10 Part 1 Phase 2 +
P-97-669 CRs A292 to A305 to 11.10 Part 1 Phase 2+
P-97-670 CRs A306 to A317 to 11.10 Part 1 Phase 2+
P-97-671 CRs 259 to 262 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-672 CRs 264 to 270 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-673 CRs 271 to 279 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-674 CRs 280 to 288 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-675 CRs 289 to 294 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-676 CRs 295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 308
and 309 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-677 CRs 303 to 307 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-678 CR 310 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-679 CR 311 to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-680 CRs to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2 (Electronic version
only)
P-97-681 CRs to 11.10 Part 3 Phase 2
P-97-682 CR to 11.10-1 Phase 2 and 2+ Section 20.5
P-97-683 GSM 10.78 v.1.3.2 CAMEL Project Plan and
Schedule
P-97-684 GSM 04.60 (RLC/MAC) document structure and
drafting assignments
P-97-685
P-97-686
P-97-687
P-97-688
P-97-689
P-97-690
SOURCE
SMG1
AGENDA
ITEM
7.1
SMG1
SMG1
SMG1
6.4
7.1
7.1
SMG1
9.3
SMG1
9.3
SMG1
9.3
ECTEL-TMS
SMG1
SMG1
4
7.1
7.1
SMG1
7.1
SMG1
SMG1
6.4
9.3
SMG1
SMG1
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
7.10
7.11
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
SMG7
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
SMG7
SMG7
PT SMG
7.6
7.6
6.3
Motorola,
Ericsson,
Siemens
SMG6 status report to SMG #23
SMG6
Phase 2+ CRs to GSM 12.05
SMG6
Phase2 and phase2+ CRs to 12.00 and 12.08
SMG6
CRs on CAMEL (phase 1) R96 A003 and A010 to SMG3
GSM 03.78 v.5.1.0, A102 to GSM 09.02 v.5.6.0,
A013, A015, A016, A018 to GSM 09.78 v.5.1.0
CRs A007 to GSM 03.08 v.5.1.0, A007 to GSM
SMG3 WPC
03.16 v.5.1.0, A008 to GSM 03.18 v.5.1.0, A095
to GSM 09.02 v.5.6.0 - NAEA
CRs A010 to GSM 03.68, v.5.2.0, A009 to GSM
SMG4
03.69 v.5.2.0, A092 to 09.02 v.5.6.0
6.1
7.5
7.5
7.5
6.3
7.3
7.4
REPLACED
BY TDOC
NUMBER
TITLE
P-97-691 CRs on GPRS R97 A001 to GSM 03.07 v.5.0.0,
A008 to GSM 03.08 v.5.1.0, A009 to GSM 03.16
v.5.1.0
P-97-692 CRs A090, A099, A100, A104 on GSM 09.02
v.5.6.0 (MAP) R96
P-97-693 CRs A093 and A101 on GSM 09.02 and A006
and A007 on GMS 09.10 Phase 2 plus
corresponding changes in Phase 2+
P-97-694 SMG4 STATUS REPORT SA
P-97-695 CR A006 on GSM 03.10 v.5.2.0 Editorial
corrections and alignments
P-97-696 CRs A060 A061 and A062 to GSM 03.40 v.5.6.0
Work Item: SIM Toolkit Secure Messaging
P-97-697 CRs to A038, A039, A036, A037, A044, A043,
A041 to GSM 03.41 and A019, A020, A024, A018,
A025, A023 to GSM 03.49 Enhancements of the
Short Message Cell Broadcast Service
P-97-698 CRs A001, A002 and A003 to GSM 03.54 v.5.0.0
Shared Interworking Function Correction and
Editorial modifications
P-97-699 CRs A0239 to GSM 04.08 v.5.6.2, A026 to GSM
07.01 v.5.5.0, A036 to GSM 07.07 v.5.3.0, A034
to GSM 09.07 v.5.4.0 on Removal of the code
point for V.32bis modem type
P-97-700 CRs A012 to GSM 04.22 v.5.2.0, A023, A025 to
GSM 07.01 v.5.5.0, A029, A031, A033, A035 and
A036 to GSM 09.07 v.5.4.0 for Work Items
HSCSD and 14.4 kbit/s user rate
P-97-701 CRs A008 to GSM 04.21 v.5.2.0, A011 to GSM
04.22 v.5.2.0, A024 to GSM 07.01 v.5.5.0, A010
to GSM 07.02 v.5.3.0, A008 to GSM 07.03
v.5.2.0, A037 to GSM 07.07 v.5.3.0, A030 to GSM
09.07 v.5.4.0 for 14.4 kbit/s Work item
P-97-702 CRs A039, A038, A040, A042, A043 to GSM
07.07 v.5.3.0 Additional AT commands and
support of V.120 interworking
P-97-703 CRs A040 and A042 to GSM 03.41 v.5.6.0, A022
to GSM 03.49 v.5.5.0, A002 to GSM 03.42 v.5.1.0
Editorial corrections
P-97-704 List of CRs submitted to SMG#23
P-97-705 GSM 03.32 v.2.0.0 Universal Geographical Area
Description (GAD)
P-97-706 Strategic CRs A063 to GSM 03.40 v.5.6.0:
Introduction of SMS transfer over GPRS and
A041 to GSM 07.07 v.5.3.0: Reference to GPRS
AT commands
P-97-707 GSM 07.60 v.2.0.0; Mobile Station supporting
GPRS
P-97-708 GSM 09.61 v.2.0.0: Interworking between the
Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) supporting
GPRS and Packet Data Networks (PDN)
P-97-709 Mobile Station Application Execution Environment
- WI Description and Feasibility Study - LS to
SMG
P-97-710 Mobile Station Application Execution Environment
P-97-711 Strategic CRs A217 and A229 to GSM 04.08
v.4.19.1 Phase 2
P-97-712 Strategic CRs A224 and A226 to GSM 04.08
Phase 2+, Release ’96
SOURCE
SMG3
AGENDA
ITEM
6.1
SMG3
7.3
SMG3
7.3
SMG4
SMG4
7.4
7.4
SMG4
7.4
SMG4
7.4
SMG4
7.4
SMG4
7.4
SMG4
7.4
SMG4
7.4
SMG4
7.4
SMG4
7.4
PT SMG
SMG3
7
7.3
SMG4
6.1
SMG4
6.1
SMG4
6.1
PT MEXE
8
PT SMG
SMG3
8
7.3
SMG3
7.3
REPLACED
BY TDOC
P-97-872
NUMBER
TITLE
P-97-713 NS CRs A218, A219, A223 and A227 to GSM
04.08 Phase 2+, Release ’96
P-97-714 CRs A038r1 and A040r1 to GSM 11.14
P-97-715 UMTS 21.06 v.0.8.1
P-97-716 GSM 08.18 v.1.0.0 GPRS, BSS GPRS protocol,
Phase 2+, Release ’97 (for information)
P-97-717 CRs A217r1, A220r1, A221r1 to GSM 04.08,
SMG2 WPA
P-97-718 Strategic CRs A079r1, A080r1, A083r1, A087,
A088, A089, A074r3 to GSM 08.08, SMG2 WPA
P-97-719 Proposed Work Item Description Sheet for GSM
Number Portability
P-97-720 Not allocated
P-97-721 Not allocated
P-97-722 Not allocated
P-97-723 Not allocated
P-97-724 Report of the Workshop on GSM Number
Portability Amsterdam-Schiphol, 16 July 1997
P-97-725 GSM 03.93 Completion of Calls to Busy
Subscriber (CCBS) stage 2 v.1.0.0
P-97-726 GSM 04.93 Completion of Calls to Busy
Subscriber (CCBS) stage 3 v1.0.0
P-97-727 Re-election of SMG officials
P-97-728 UTRA decision procedure in SMG
P-97-729 GSM Base for success
P-97-730 IMT 2000 and UMTS
P-97-731 Relations with ARIB and TTC
P-97-732 Let us build GSM’s future together
P-97-733 Strategic aims of UMTS standardisation
P-97-734 MAP Protocol Restriction of Monitoring
Possibilities
P-97-735 Strategic CRs A228 to GSM 04.08 v.5.6.1 and
A084r1 to GSM 08.08 v.5.6.2 - ASCI, SMG2 WPA
P-97-736 SMG11 STATUS REPORT
P-97-737 CRs to 06 Series Non-Strategic from UAP 60 UAP 61 - Vote 115 and Supplementary notes
P-97-738 WI Characteristics and Test Methods for HandsFree Mobile Stations: TR 03.58 v. 2.0.0
P-97-739 WI Tandem Free Operation of Speech Codecs in
Mobile-to-mobile communications Stage 1 (TS
02.53 v. 2.0.0).
P-97-740 Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) Study Phase Report Version 1.0 13/10/97
P-97-741 NS CRs A005 to GSM 06.01, A003 to GSM 06.10,
A002 to GSM 06.41 Phase 2+
P-97-742 ETSI Membership List
P-97-743 ETSI Status List
P-97-744 SMG#23 CD ROM Order Form
P-97-745 ETSI SMG Activities within ITU-R Task Group 8/1
and promotion of the Family Concept
P-97-746 Work Plan for SMG contributions to ITU (revision
of SMG#22 570/97)
P-97-747 NOT AVAILABLE - USSD Enhancements,
standardization work plan for 1997 years release
P-97-748 Reports on Key Network Technologies - Self
Planning Radio Networks - Adaptive Terminals Satellite Technologies - European REVAL
SOURCE
SMG3
AGENDA
ITEM
7.3
SMG9
PT SMG
SMG2
7.8
9
6.1
SMG2
7.2
SMG2
7.2
KPN
6.4
NP
6.4
SMG3
7.3
SMG3
7.3
SMG Chairman
SMG Chairman
SMG Chairman
SMG Chairman
SMG Chairman
SMG Chairman
SMG Chairman
SIEMENS
5
9
3
9
9.2
SMG2
6.2
SMG11
SMG11
7.10
7.10
SMG11
7.10
SMG11
7.10
SMG11
7.10
SMG11
7.10
PT SMG
PT SMG
PT SMG
DTI
4
8
8
9
PT SMG
ITU
Ericsson, Nokia
8
UMTS Forum
Technology
Aspects Group
9.1
REPLACED
BY TDOC
P-97-876
P-97-858
P-97-877
9
7.3
P-97-850
NUMBER
TITLE
P-97-749 2 LS
P-97-750 TR UMTS 30.00 v.3.2.0 "SMG Work Programme
for UMTS"
P-97-751 TR UMTS 30.01, v.3.1.0 "UMTS Baseline
document"
P-97-752 Evaluation of comments to UMTS Baseline
document (based on TDoc SMG#22 392/97)
P-97-753 Establishment of the ETSI SMG "Evaluation group
of the IMT-2000 RTT’s Radio Transmission
Technologies" and its registration at ITU-R TG 8/1
P-97-754 Some proposed changes to the TR UMTS 30.20
v.3.0.0 and the proposal how to handle CR related
to satellite topics
P-97-755 Information on the approval of TR UMTS 30.20
P-97-756 UMTS Documents to be approved at SMG#24
P-97-757 Summary of meeting ARIB/TTC - SMG/UMTS
Forum/ECTEL/GSM/MoU, London 25-26/08/97
P-97-758 Not allocated
P-97-759 SMG STC’s responsibility for review of MoU GSM
3GIG documents PRD Permanent Reference
Document
P-97-760 Report from the ARIB/ETSI/SMG2 Workshop on
Radio Matters
P-97-761 Letter to NA and NA6 Chairmen from SMG
Chairman
P-97-762 WI Description as at ETSI data base
P-97-763 Text to be incorporated in UMTS 30.01 rev.3.1.0
chapter 9 on Services
P-97-764 GSM Facilities Project Manager GSM for Type
Approval
P-97-765 Presentation : MoU TE Voluntary certification
P-97-766
P-97-767
P-97-768
P-97-769
P-97-770
P-97-771
P-97-772
P-97-773
P-97-774
P-97-775
CR to UMTS 30.01 v.3.0.0
SMG2 STATUS REPORT
EDGE feasibility study
CRs to the 05-series (GSM 05.05 A056, 05.05
A061,05-50 A004, 05.08 A037, 05.08 A038)
Strategic CR A007 on GSM 08.60 , phase 2
CRs on UMTS 30.03 A001 and A002
Withdrawn
CRs to GSM 04.08 A238r1 and A239r1, 03.26
A004r1, 09.94r1
USSD Work Plan Release 97
Report from ITU-T Co-ordinator
SOURCE
UMTS Forum
Technology
Aspects Group
PT SMG
AGENDA
ITEM
9.1
9.5
PT SMG
9.5
PT SMG
9.5
PT SMG
9.4
PT SMG
9.5
PT SMG
PT SMG
PT SMG
9.5
9.5
9.2
PT SMG
4
PT SMG
9.2
PT SMG
9.5
PT SMG
PT SMG
9.5
9.5
GSM Facilities
Project Manager
Chairman of MoU
CTF
One 2 One
SMG2
SMG2
SMG2
7.7
SMG2
SMG2
7.2
7.2
SMG2
7.2
Ericsson & Nokia
ITU-T Coordinator
ITU-T Coordinator
SMG10
7.1
4
P-97-776 ITU-T Recommendation Q.FIN V1.0 FRAMEWORK FOR IMT2000 NETWORKS
P-97-777 GSM 01.61 GPRS ciphering algorithm
requirements v.2.0.0
P-97-778 Two strategic CRs A006r1 and A007r1 to GSM
SMG10
03.20 on GPRS security Release 97
P-97-779 GSM 01.31: Fraud Information Gathering System SMG10
(FIGS) v.2.0.0 and GSM 02.31: Fraud Information
Gathering System (FIGS) v.2.0.0
P-97-780 D R A F T Report from SMG10 (SMG Security)
SMG10
meeting #3/97
Torino, 30 September to 3 October 1997
REPLACED
BY TDOC
9
7.2
7.2
7.2
4
6.1
6.1
7.9
7.9
P-97-845
NUMBER
TITLE
P-97-781 CRs to TBR 19 (RTBR/SMG-0719R2) and TBR
31 (DTBR/SMG-0731TTCN)
P-97-782 SMG8 status report to SMG #23
P-97-783 Phase 2 and phase 2+ CRs to GSM 11.21 and
GSM 11.26
P-97-784 Phase 2 CRs to GSM 11.23
P-97-785 Type approval report form
P-97-786 Draft ERC decision request - for information
P-97-787 SMG9 status report to SMG #23
P-97-788 Phase 2 and phase2+ CRs to GSM 11.11 and
GSM 11.12
P-97-789 Phase 2+ CRs to GSM 11.14
P-97-790 GSM 03.48v 1.0.0 "SIM toolkit security
mechanisms" - presented for information
P-97-791 Report of TC/ERM #03
P-97-792 Availibility of UMTS documents on the ETSI
Database (DOCBOX)
P-97-793 LS to SMG on Calling Name Presentation (CNAP)
Specifications
P-97-794 Report from SMG Meeting with European
Commission
P-97-795 Draft Summary of meeting RITT-SMG Budapest
10/10/97
P-97-796 CRs A006 and A007 to GSM 03.02 v.5.1.0
P-97-797 ASCI Specifications time plan
P-97-798 Stage 1 of Number Portability
P-97-799 LS on Calling Name Presentation (CNAP)
Specifications
P-97-800 INAP - Part 1 Protocol specification for Camel
Phase 1
P-97-801 INAP - Part 2 Protocol implementation
conformance statement (PICS) proforma
specification for Service Switching Function (SSF)
for Camel Phase 1
P-97-802 CRs A320 to A325 to GSM 11.10-1 Radio
Frequency tests for EFR
P-97-803 Electronic support facilities
P-97-804 3GIG Report
P-97-805 Radio performance specifications vs.
electromagnetic field strength
P-97-806 The Way Forward for the AMR Codec &
Wideband Services
P-97-807 Work Item Proposal for a Wideband Speech
Service
P-97-808 Withdrawn
P-97-809 Cordless Telephony System
P-97-810 Technical and Business Implications of AMR
Solutions
P-97-811 CTS Work Item
P-97-812
P-97-813
P-97-814
P-97-815
Specifications for Regulatory Requirements
Phase 2+ MS Type Approval
SMG3 STATUS REPORT
Comments on CRs on System Information
2bis/2ter
P-97-816 A008 03.16 V.5.0.0 on CNAP
SOURCE
Anite
AGENDA
ITEM
7.6
PT SMG
SMG8
7.7
7.7
SMG8
SMG8
SMG8
SMG9
SMG9
7.7
7.7
7.7
7.8
7.8
SMG9
SMG9
7.8
7.8
REPLACED
BY TDOC
SMG8 Chairman 7.7
PT SMG
9.5
T1P1
4
GTAAB
Chairman
PT SMG
7.6
SMG3
PT SMG
France Telecom
T1P1
7.3
PT SMG,
Rapporteur
PT SMG,
Rapporteur
6.3
France Telecom
7.6
PT SMG
Chairman, GSM
MoU 3GIG
TIM
8
4
Cellnet
7.10
Cellnet
7.10
France Telecom
Orange
6.5
7.10
CTS WI
rapporteur
BAPT
SMG7
SMG3
Mannesmann
Mobilfunk
T1P1
6.5
4
6.4
6.6
6.3
7.2
7.10
7.6
7.3
7.2
6.5
P-97-857
NUMBER
TITLE
P-97-817 Proposal for Simplex Voice Service (SVS) for
GSM
P-97-818 CRs to the Recommendations 04.08 Phase
2/Phase 2+ 03.26 and 09.94 regarding
interworking Issues between Phase 1 Mobiles and
Phase 2 Networks
P-97-819 LS
P-97-820 TTC/SMG Standardization activity of IMT-2000
Network in TTC Frankfurt, Germany
P-97-821 ARIB/TTC - SMG meeting London - Proposed
action plan for IMT-2000 Network standardization
P-97-822 ARIB/SMG Copenhagen Meeting
P-97-823 Comments to CR 11.11- A052: Introduction of
UCS2 to alpha files in the SIM
P-97-824 The wideband speech codec mode for AMR
P-97-825 Ericsson Candidate to the ETSI Board
P-97-826 GSM 03.53 v.0.2.0 TFO Service Description
Stage 2
P-97-827 ETSI Board Reports
P-97-828 SIM Application toolkit: requirements on the
mobile for user interaction
P-97-829 Some comments to AMR
P-97-830 Programming SMG10 Work
P-97-831 Consideration on Wideband AMR Codec
P-97-832 AMR CODEC Development with 7kHz speech
capability
P-97-833 TG8/1 meeting, Toronto, 8-19 September 1997
P-97-834
P-97-835
P-97-836
P-97-837
P-97-838
P-97-839
P-97-840
P-97-841
P-97-842
P-97-843
P-97-844
P-97-845
P-97-846
P-97-847
P-97-848
P-97-849
SOURCE
AGENDA
ITEM
Philips Consumer 7.10
Communications
GSM MoU TWG 7.2
GSM MoU
PT SMG
7.10
9
PT SMG
9
PT SMG
Mitsubishi
Electric France
FT/CNET, Italtel,
Mannesmann M,
Matra Com.,
SFR, Siemens,
T-Mobil
Ericsson
Nortel
9
7.8
PT SMG
France Telecom
4
7.5
France Telecom
Vodafone
Vodafone
SERG
7.10
7.9
7.10
7.10
SMG ITU-R Coordinator
Proposal for an input paper to ITU-R TG8/1 on
SMG ITU-R Cospeech codecs
ordinator
T1P1 Presentation
T1P1
Proposal for an input paper to ITU-R on IMT 2000 SMG ITU-R Cofamily concept
ordinator
AMR compatibility and deliverables
Ericsson & Nokia
Wideband speech (7kHz) in AMR
Ericsson & Nokia
AMR Development
Bellsouth Mobility
DCS
AMR Standardization Schedule
GSM-NA
Report to SMG on GMM - October 97
P. Adams
Report from TC SES concerning UMTS matters
TC SES
Chairman
Progress of the UMTS Forum since SMG22
UMTS Forum
Chairman
SMG10 Presentation to SMG#23
SMG10
CRs A238r2 and A293r2 to GSM 04.08, A007r1 to SMG2
GSM 09.94 and A004r1 to GSM 03.26 (Revision
of TDoc 773/97)
Mobile Network Codes and Names (GSM MoU
GSM MoU
SE.13) v.3.17.0
China Telecom GSM Subscribers Development
MPT China
Trend
China Information
MPT China
Revision of GA29 draft Agenda and meeting
ETSI
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of TDoc 746/97)
P-97-851 Importance of O&M Specifications for Operators
and Manufacturers
P-97-852 SMG STG 23 Meeting 1-2/10/97 Budapest (for
information)
P-97-853 CRs to TBR 19 and TBR 31
P-97-854 T1P1.5 Report to SMG#23
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PT SMG Coordinator
Anite - PT SMG
T1P1
Chairman of
ETSI Project
BRAN
Draft Summary of meeting RITT - SMG Budapest PT SMG
14th October, 1997
CRs A320 to A325 to GSM 11.10-1 Radio
France Telecom
Frequency tests for EFR (Replacing Tdoc 802/97)
UTRA Decision Procedure in SMG
SMG Chairman
Presentation on AMR
SMG11
AMR the way forward
SMG Chairman
SMG1 UMTS Issues for SMG#23
SMG1 UMTS
Chairman
Proposal for GSM Document Handling
PT SMG
NOT AVAILABLE - Status of GSM CTS
SMG
Extract from Meeting report of ERM #03
SMG8 Chairman
Consequences of the Automotive Directive on
radiocommunications equipments
Draft Work Plan for setting up a voluntary support Per Björndahl
scheme for "STF SMG" (previously called "PT
SMG") to replace traditional ETSI funding which is
being withdrawn
PT SMG Budget Report
PT SMG
Work Item Description for GSM Number
Mannesmann, TPortability
Mobil, KPN,
Libertel,
Vodafone
SMG/T1P1 Working Procedures for the
PT SMG
Establishment, Evolution and Maintenance of
Common GSM Specifications
Version management and options
Nortel
Postponed issues from SMG7 domain
SMG7 ad hoc
group
Report ad hoc meeting on Document Handling
Ad hoc group
List of Change Request 2nd Draft
PT SMG
SMG3 Meeting dates
PT SMG
Status of GSM CTS (Replacing TDoc 863/97)
SMG
Documents distributed at meeting with Chinese
PT SMG
MPT/RITT, 10-10-97 (Replacing TDoc 847/97)
Re-election of SMG Officials in SMG#24 (Dec. 97) SMG Chairman
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Tdoc SMG 97-694
ETSI TC SMG # 23 Plenary Meeting
Budapest, Hungary
15 - 20 October 1997
Source:
PT SMG
Agenda Item:
7.4
SMG4 Status Report
1. Executive summary
There are 52 Change Requests (28 GSM release 97, 24 GSM release 96) against GSM Rec. 03.10,
03.38, 03.40, 03.41, 03.42, 03.45, 03.49, 03.54, 04.21, 04.22, 07.01,07.02, 07.03, 07.05 and 07.07, only
1 of which is being presented as “strategic” to SMG#23 by SMG4. SMG4 made several corrections to
existing specifications in particular with regard to the Workitems HSCSD, 14.4 kbit/s User Data Rate,
V.120/RDI interworking and SIWF. Two new specifications on GPRS (09.61, 07.60) and one strategic
change request on SMS over GPRS are submitted for approval.
2. Meetings since SMG#22
SMG4 had one plenary meeting since SMG#22. It was held in Whistler, Canada, 01 - 05 September
1997 and hosted by Motorola. This meeting was arranged concurrently to a T1P1.5 ad hoc meeting and
several delegates of T1P1.5 took the chance to attend SMG4 sessions.
There were two invited presentations on the North American Cellular Digital Packet Data system (CDPD),
which was introduced in 1993 in Vancouver as an overlay system to AMPS. The first presentation gave
some historical and technical background of the CPDP architecture (IS-732) , while the second
presentation focussed on the applications for CDPD and CDPD devices.
There were some SMG4 ad hoc meetings on GPRS, that resolved an outstanding issues on X.25/X.28.
Further, Study of SMS over GPRS was pursued that resulted in the CR 03.40 SMS over GPRS.
There was a joint SMG2,3 and SMG4 ad hoc on SMS busy that took place in June 97. Two possible
solutions were discussed.
A session dedicated to the so called USSD enhancements took place during the SMG1 meeting. This
meeting concluded that a stage 1 and stage 2 description should be produced. Whether this will suggest
a a split of GSM 03.40 will be discussed after the stage 1 is available.
An SMG4 ad hoc meeting on the Multiplexing protocol between MS and TE took place on 29 30.09.97. This meeting was mandated by SMG4 to produce a first draft of GSM 07.10 Multiplexing
Protocol. A further meeting is planned the 20 and 21 October hosted by Ericsson in Lund.
There was also an ad hoc meeting on the Short message Cell Broadcast Service, 1- 2 October, in
Utrecht hosted by CMG, which prepared several changes for the next SMG4 meeting.
3. Status of Phase 2 Specifications
There are no changes to phase 2 specifications in the area of SMG4.
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#23, 10/97 Budapest, Filename:97-694_B.doc
4. Status of Phase 2+ Specifications and Workitems Release 96
4.1 High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD)
A problem during initial syncronization between MS and IWF when more than 1 channel is used was
already identified at the last SMG4 meeting and change requests were presented for information during
SMG#22. Changes to GSM 07.01 and 09.07 Initial synchronization for HSCSD achieve alignment of the
mechanism for all channel codings in a way that the two entities can synchronize the received
substreams before receiving data. There is a number of other changes which remedy detailed issues that
went undetected before.
4.2 14.4 kbit/s User Data Rate
There is a number of other changes which remedy detailed issues that went undetected before. Among
those are issues with data compression, autobauding, L2R support of TCH/F14.4 and support of V.32bis
modem type. On the latter it was decided to delete the codepoint for V.32bis. V.32bis calls can be
supported using V.34 signalling. It was assumed that current IWF implementations do not support only
V.32bis modems.
4.3 V.120/RDI interworking
Some detailed changes to GSM 09.07 were discussed with regard to this feature. It is expected that the
change request can be forwarded to the next SMG meeting. Clarifications on some interworking
scenarios that are predominantly found in North America are expected.
SMG4 decided to add a new command to GSM 07.07 to set V.120 protocol parameters values for MO
calls. This new command was found essential to the support of the feature by terminals and is therefore
part of GSM release 96.
SMG4 discussed in this context the possibility of maintaining information on TA implementations or region
dependent problems that may be relevant for interworking with GSM in a permanent document. It was
proposed that for the time being an informative annex to GSM 09.07 could be elaborated that could later
on form a technical report on its own.
4.4 GSM 07.08: GSM API
The further development of GSM 07.08 is unclear as the rapporteur for this workitem has change
company. MTA has advised SMG4 on its timeplan to release the successor document to the ISDN API
specification. GSM 07.08 needs editorial work in order to take the new reference into account and then
sent out for voting.
4.5 Referencing to ETS 300 102-1 / EN 300 403-1
It was discussed on how GSM should deal with the fact that the ISDN DSS1 specification ETS 300 102-1
is now succeded by ETS 300 403-1. There is concern about the interworking with ISDN networks that
comply to the latter one, because some earlier defined parameters have been removed from EN 300 4031 and causes confusions, e.g. in compliances that should be applied to accept or code ISDN Information
Elements (such as BC, LLC, and HLC) received/sent through the fixed network. A LS to SMG3 and SPS5
was sent, however, the SMG4 TA/IWF chairman will seek clarification in direct discussions to
representatives of those groups.
5. Status of Phase 2+ Specifications and Workitems Release 97
5.1 Multiplexing protocol at TE/MS interface
During SMG4 plenary there was a high profile session on this new workitem which is widely considered
essential for the use of GPRS by Mobile Terminals. Several proposals were submitted which were
evaluated and a summary of requirements on the new protocol was produced. This served as the starting
point for a dedicated ad hoc meeting. The list of requirements is attached. The result of this ad hoc
meeting:
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#23, 10/97 Budapest, Page 2 of 11
The main candidates that evolved were an approach based on the HDLC asynchronous standard and an
Ericsson proposal for a completely new approach (EMP). It was finally agreed to produce a new GSM
specification 07.10 based on the asynchronous HDLC solution and to incorporate parts of the Ericsson
proposal, i.e. merge the two proposals in order to fulfill all the requirements. It will be investigated how the
EMP protocol which was favoured by Ericsson due to its simplicity could be carried in the payload of the
HDLC or sent outside the HDLC frame. SMG4 ad hoc will review a first draft of GSM 07.10 which will be
submitted to SMG4 plenary. SMG4 expects to send GSM 07.10 to SMG#24 for approval as part of
release 97.
5.2 General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
The following specifications are submitted for approval at SMG#23:
Draft GSM 09.61v2.0.0 : Interworking between the Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) supporting
GPRS and Packet Data Networks (PDN)
Draft GSM 07.60v2.0.0: Mobile Station (MS) supporting GPRS
AT commands to set QoS parameters from the TE are introduced into draft GSM 07.60. SMG4 aimed at
specifying those parameters close to user requirements thus hiding GPRS specific information. The
transmission mode settings let the user specify <QoS Class> consisting of <pkt size> and <requested
user throughput>. A liaison statement to SMG1 & SMG3 reflecting these changes was drafted (Tdoc
SMG4 97P306). SMG4 intends to move the GPRS specific AT commands to GSM 07.07 which is the
better suited place. This was not yet done due to lack of time.
CR on 03.40 SMS over GPRS: This CR introduces the GPRS architecture into GSM 03.40 and specifies
the procedures needed for the support of SMG being delivered to the user while in GPRS mode.
5.3 Support of Shared Data Interworking (SIWF)
Some minor corrections or clarifications were produced. A CR to GSM 03.02 was produced and
forwarded to SMG3.
5.4 USSD Enhancements
Input from SMG1 and SMG3 is awaited.
5.5 Mobile SMS Busy
There were 2 proposals on how to solve congestion of a MS due to multiple delivered SM
reported from the ad hoc meeting on this issue. Those are 1) store addresses at VLR or 2) better
control of alerting from HLR.
After much discussion it was preferred that the VMSC should schedule the alerting of SC’s in the event of
MS busy. Also the VMSC should set MWF directly in the HLR in the event that the MS becomes detached
during MS busy. The same procedure would satisfy the Memory capacity exceeded situation. The
operation in a GPRS environment should be primarily the same but it would seem that a closer
examination is needed to ensure that the same solution should be applied. It was concluded that more
study is necessary and that the problem can not be solved by SMG#23.
5.6 SMS forwarding
SMG4 still feels that the requirements are unclear. Advice is sought from SMG1 and a joint meeting is
proposed in order to accelerate the work. During discussions within SMG4, it appears that some of the
requirements could be met by an exclusively SMS-SC based solution, but that other requirements would
be better solved with a HLR/PLMN based solution.
5.7 Network’s indication of alerting in the MS
The message handling group of SMG4 felt that the service requirements for SMS alerting indication are
impractical and that SMS alerting should be postponed until 1998. The concerns are either backward
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#23, 10/97 Budapest, Page 3 of 11
compatibility problems (if the alerting category was transported in the RP layer) or (if the TP layer was
used) the question how the user data header could be modified if not by the SM-SC. A LS to SMG1 was
sent and a joint meeting on the issue was proposed.
5.8 SMS Enhancements (CLI suppression and SM delivery priority / International SMS
Enhancements)
SMG1 had provided a prioritization of the WI suggesting that the problem of unwanted SMS had some
priority. This could be achieved by a mandatory inclusion of the Originating Address field to the SM PDU.
However, SMG4 saw problems for operators that use the TP-OA as a generic address common for very
large numbers of individual originators, e.g the whole of a PSTN environment Furthermore, where
network operators provide a service allowing the value of TP-OA is determined by the originater, there
could be extreme cases where all SM’s from an SC could be prevented from being delivered.
5.9 Enhancements to GSM 07.05 and 07.07
Some new commands to control the MS by the TE are proposed as part of release 97:
- control of the ME ringing tone, loudspeaker and microphone;
- easy access of the AoC related field of the SIM, i.e. ACM, ACMmax and PUCT files;
- manipulation of SIM preferred network list
6. UMTS
SMG4 is still debating its role in UMTS standardization. Finally, an input paper to SMG steering group
was agreed upon that outlines the possible role of SMG4 considering areas of expertise and constraints
given by the fundamental different approach of UMTS towards data services. This document is attached
in Annex B.
7. Liaisons with other bodies
7.1 The following liaisons have been issued from SMG4.
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LS to SMG3 transmission of SMS between MS - SGSN
LS to SMG6 GPRS charging
LS to SMG1, SMG3WPA Service interworking (QoS) PDN Networks
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forwarded by chairman SMG4
7.2 Informal contact with Mobile Data Initiative
Mr. HOLLEY attended a meeting of the MDI and presented the work of SMG4. He reported that MDI
commented on the variety of data compression schemes which make application in the market difficult.
Generally there is positive response from MDI concerning collaboration with ETSI SMG on certain issues.
In a letter received from the manager of MDI it was commented that GSM 07.05 and 07.07 should be
made available more publicly and offered support from the MDI internet server. It was decided that
summaries of GSM 07.05 and GSM 07.07 shall be made available to the public. PT SMG examined the
current possibilities to use the public area of the ETSI WWW Server. The ongoing discussions with the
secretariat prompted PT SMG to ask MDI to make the documents available on their server but to include
a link to ETSI where the complete specs can be purchased at reasonble cost.
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#23, 10/97 Budapest, Page 4 of 11
8. Meeting Calendar
Meeting schedule and location for future SMG4 meetings:
SMG4 is looking for hosts for its meetings in 1998. Offers are highly welcome.
SMG4 ad-hoc
meeting on MSTE MUX
SMG4 Plenary
#3/97
SMG4 Plenary
#1/98
SMG4 Plenary
#2/98
Date
20 - 21 October
Host
Ericsson
Location
Lund,
Sweden
24-28 November
1997
09 - 13 February
T-Mobil
Germany
Ericsson
Norway,
Lillehammer
Germany
11-15 May
SIEMENS
(to be
confirmed)
Purpose
9. Any other business
9.1 Document Handling
There was a proposal and an example CR provided by PT SMG on how to achieve explicit identification
of Release 97 features withint the GSM phase 2+ specification.
SMG4 had however serious concerns about the practicability of the scheme suggested by PT SMG
especially with regard to more complex change requests as the one introducing GPRS to GSM 03.40.
Due to the size of this CR and the interweaving of the changes with the existing text readibility is thought
to suffer from the $(tags)$. The concept was found to be useful, however, other means of representation
should be considered.
Since other STSs have to investigate the feasibility of the approach, an adoption of the $()$ notation
seems not appropriate at this point of time. SMG should first confirm a harmonized solution that applies to
all STCs.
It was accepted that the identification of features is a useful task as such, as it avoids multiple
proliferation of specifications at each year which would have to be maintained and kept consistent in the
process of introducing new features.
9.2 Editing mistakes
There were a few editing mistakes detected that were introduced when incorporating the (high) number of
CR on the HSCSD and 14.4 kbit/s workitem. For transparency, PT SMG has created change requests
that remedy the omissions. They are attached to this status report and will be listed in the CR database
(Annex C)
9.3 Re-allocation of responsibilities
There was a proposal from the SMG2 WPA chairman to transfer certain specification currently under
responsability of SMG4 to SMG2 WPA. There was no support for those ideas.
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10. List of TDocs submitted to SMG#23
Only the Change Requests that are agreed as "strategic" on STC level will be automatically presented to
SMG#23. All SMG4 documents are available in electronic format.
TDoc
SUBJECT
SPEC VERS CR
97-694
SMG4 Status Report to SMG#23
Correction of editing mistakes
Correction of editing mistakes
Editorial modifications
Code points for SIM Toolkit secure messaging
Correction of numbers
User Data Header Indicator
Format of Cell List Structures
Removing restriction on the use of SET-DRX
Repetition Rate
CBCH loading
Cause values
No-of-Broadcasts-Completed
Write-Replace
Removing restriction on the use of SET-DRX
Repetition Rate
CBCH loading
User Data definition for non Fast Select
Cause values
Format of Cell List Structures
No-of-Broadcasts-Completed
Definition of visited MSC
Clarifications of ISUP procedures
Number of MSCs that can access an SIWF
Deletion of codepoint for V.32bis
Deletion of codepoint for V.32bis
Deletion of codepoint for V.32bis (electronic only)
Deletion of codepoint for V.32bis
HSCSD
Initial synchronization for HSCSD
Clarifications on ACC parameter values
Initial synchronization for HSCSD
Corrections for HSCSD + 14.4 kbit/s
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TCH/F14.4 channel coding in HSCSD commands
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ME ringer, loudspeaker and microphone control
V.120 Interworking
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Preferred network list
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SMS transfer over GPRS
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No
No
SM-CB Enh. R97 No
GPRS
Yes
GPRS
No
GPRS
No
GPRS
No
11. Annex A: List of requirements on Multiplexing Protocol MS - TE interface
During the SMG4 meeting in Whistler the following common requirements for a multiplexing protocol were
identified:
The multiplexing protocol must
1. encapsulate existing standardised protocols without the need to change the protocol being
encapsulated.
2. be optional and capable of being enabled by the TE/MS
3. optionally allow for error detection ( e.g. CRC ) on a per channel basis - not the aggregate.
4. provide byte ( 8 bit ) transparency - preferably without the need for bit stuffing.
5. include a channel addressing mechanism for each ‘application’
6. support digital voice
7. provide a priority mechanism
8. be efficient on electrical power consumption
9. be efficient on memory capacity utilisation
10. be efficient on processing power utilisation
11. provide out of band flow control for each channel and for the aggregate.
12 . have a low power/wake up mechanism
13. be easy for a TE software developer to implement
14. introduce minimal delay
15. be efficient for data transfer. i.e. minimal protocol overhead / bandwidth considerations.
16. capable of operating over an asynchronous V24 interface in start stop format.
17. preferably be based on an existing standard.
18. have no IPR restrictions.
19. have variable length capability
20. have the ability to operate full and half duplex
21. provide error recovery by retransmission ( ARQ ) and time-out supervision.
22. make provision for autonomous exit by the MS and TE
23. capable of auto re-synchronisation in event of TE/MS disconnection - reconnection
The above list was reconfirmed and agreed during the SMG4 ad hoc meeting in Oxford with the
following amendments:
(a) The error correction and ARQ recovery should be optional.
(b) The Protocol should be full duplex.
(c) The multiplexing protocol should be independent of the physical connection between the TE
and the MS.
(d) Voice should not be subject to ARQ and will probably need to take priority over other Mux
channels.
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#23, 10/97 Budapest, Page 7 of 11
12. Annex B: SMG4’s role in UMTS
Tdoc SMG4 97P 342
Liaison Statement: SMG4 Role - Data Services in UMTS
To:
SMG Steering Group
From: SMG4
SMG4 has defined the technical nature of the data services for GSM, but for UMTS the situation is
significantly more complex. Responsibilities for SMG STCs have to be thought over to allow most efficient
and synergetic progress in the specification work. SMG4 believes that it should take responsibility in
UMTS specification work as far as :
a) a reasonable package can be identified that can be worked on in parallel and relative
autonomy of other STCs and
b) that at the same time takes advantage of the expertise of SMG4 in the GSM data services.
Certainly SMG4 should define any API or other protocol between the “TE” and “MT” functions of a UMTS
terminal, and the interworking with fixed network functions. However the need for SMG4 to define
communications protocols which need to be developed within the UMTS network is coming under
scrutiny. Separate development of protocols like RLP in GSM were fine when access to a fixed network
were all that was envisaged, however in a system like UMTS where data takes more bandwidth than
anything else it makes more sense to provide a generic data transport mechanism over both radio
network and core network. SMG4 should study the applications required for UMTS, in particular the fixed
network applications which are expected to migrate to UMTS (multimedia) and ensure that the technical
requirements for core transport are met by the various schemes being developed by SMG3 and SMG2.
Proposed Spheres of Responsibility for SMG4
Application
Application
TE
API
MT
Integrated
Terminal
UMTS
Network
IWF
Other
Network
TE
Separate
Terminal
SMG4 proposes to define the technical requirements for data services from end to end for all data
applications specified by SMG1. SMG4 understands that in terms or draft UMTS 23.01 this would be part
of the serving stratum and the interface to the application stratum.
n detail SMG4 would specify:
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#23, 10/97 Budapest, Page 8 of 11
1) the API or MT/TE interface at the mobile end
Profiling of QoS will form part of this API and play an important role in fulfilling the end to end
QoS; the API will have also to consider efficiency and scalability aspects; one would aim at
identifying generic APIs that are not UMTS specific but that can be reused; It may be necessary
to categorize applications to achieve this.
2) any interworking requirement at the gateway end to the application
This may also include the open API required to enable a Service Provider to interact with the
UMTS network, identifying QoS parameters as (1) above and subscriber-related requirements in
order to provide its services through UMTS.
SMG4 anticipates that SMG3 will handle any protocols which are required within the UMTS network apart
from those in SMG2’s domain. It will be SMG4’s responsibility to understand the needs of the
applications used over UMTS and ensure that these needs are met by the network and radio protocols
being developed. As a result, SMG4's interfaces to SMG3 will be the one internal between the application
and the network part of the MT, and also the interface between the core network and interworking
function for particular remote networks. The latter would include connection and network interworking with
other non-UMTS or legacy networks, which is one of SMG4's areas of expertise in GSM as well.
The whole area of mobility is not described in the above diagram - this is deliberately avoided to ensure
that the diagram is not over-complicated. The definition of how data packets reach the Interworking
Function from the mobile and vice-versa will in general be outside of SMG4’s remit, however there may
be some areas (e.g. Mobile IP) where a split of responsibility needs further definition. SMG4 will need to
understand some aspects of mobility (e.g. delay) and how they will impact on applications.
In some particular cases SMG4 proposes - and would seek confirmation from SMG1 - to specify the
application as part of the UMTS system, e.g. an UMTS Short Messaging service, where specification of
an end to end service has proven to be successful in GSM. Service interworking to GSM SMS is another
aspect to consider.
UMTS 22.01 defines multimedia as the combining of two or more media components within one call.
SMG4 will not determine how media components are multiplexed, but will define how each of the media
components works on its own. Mechanisms for providing distribution of services (broadcasting and
multicasting) can also be separated out from the individual definition of the services and therefore SMG3
can fully define these without any detailed involvement from SMG4.
In UMTS 22.01 there are many references to different services, however in practice SMG4 sees that
there are likely to be 5 main services for delivery over UMTS: Speech, Data, Internet, Messaging and
Video. SMG4 would expect to develop the specification for accessing Data, Internet, Messaging and
Video services, with speech being handled in a similar way by SMG11. Use of the Internet to provide
Multimedia services need not necessarily be specified by SMG in the first instance, although the Internet
access specification needs to be adaptable enough to provide for any service which is currently or could
in the future be offered over the Internet.
The following diagram shows SMG4’s proposed area of work in the services domain:
Service
Provider
Applications
Service
Provider
Applications
-Internet
-Internet
Services API at
MS
Services API at
Network
Status Report
SMG4 atTransport
SMG#23, 10/97
UMTS ACCESS
+ CORE
“bit Budapest,
pipe” Page 9 of 11
It is expected that SMG4 will be unable to undertake detailed specification work until after sufficient
stability in the transport part is achieved. On the other hand, studies on the requirements of different
applications could be undertaken already and fed into SMG3’s work as early as possible. SMG4 is also
already undertaking several work items which move in the direction of UMTS, for example the data
multiplexing protocol agreed by SMG#22.
SMG4 propose to closely co-operate with SMG3 on all of the issues above. In order to achieve a common
understanding and to start the work SMG4 propose to have a joint meeting with SMG3 SA as soon as
practicable.
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#23, 10/97 Budapest, Page 10 of 11
13. Annex C: Editorial CRs to correct editing mistakes by PT SMG
Status Report SMG4 at SMG#23, 10/97 Budapest, Page 11 of 11
TDoc 874/97
Revision of Tdoc SMG 863/97
ETSI TC SMG Meeting #23
Budapest, Hungary, 13 - 17 Oct 1997
Source:
SMG
Liaison Statement to ERM/RM
Subject:
1
Status of GSM CTS
Introduction
This liaison statement is to inform ERM/RM of the status of the GSM CTS (Cordless Telephony System) and to
describe planned future liaisons.
2
Overview of CTS
The intention of the GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS) is to add cordless functionality to a standard
GSM Mobile Station (MS) with minimum impact. The impact could probably be limited to an software update
of the MS. This can only be accomplished if the radio interface of the cordless system is identical, or very
similar, to the standard GSM air interface. The standardisation of such an air interface would cater for
interoperability amongst manufacturers of MSs and fixed parts intended for the CTS.
The Cordless Telephony System (CTS) consists of a private fixed part connected to a public wire-line network
like PSTN or ISDN. Due to a low transmit power of the CTS fixed part, the coverage area is restricted. When an
MS comes in range of the CTS fixed part, it will recognise the proper CTS signalling and may automatically
switch to the cordless mode. The MS registers at the CTS, and from then on the user can make and accept calls
with the same MS directly via the wire-line network without the intervention of the public cellular network. As
an option, the MS may, while registered on the CTS, still be attached to the GSM PLMN.
3
Status of CTS Work Item
The CTS concept was originally presented to SMG #21 in February 1997. SMG decided that a feasibility study
should be conducted before detailed work was started. At SMG #22 in June 97 the results of the feasibility
study were reviewed, and it was decided that they were sufficiently positive to proceed further.
Within SMG, a work item generally consists of a single enhancement to the GSM system rather than a single
standard:
„Stage 1 description:
A single document service description of the objective of the work item.
„Stage 2 Description:
of the work items.
Normally a single document, containing an overview of the proposed implementation
„Stage 3:
Detailed specifications, which normally consist of both new specifications and modifications
to existing specifications.
Work on the Stage 1 description is well advanced, and is expected to be presented to SMG #24 (Dec 97) for
approval. Work on the stage 2 description of the Radio Interface aspects is at an early stage; it is anticipated
that a first draft will be prepared by SMG 2 over the next few months.
4
Regulatory aspects
The current working assumption of SMG is that both the CTS Fixed Part and the Terminal Equipment (when
operating in CTS mode) will be considered to be within the scope of the TTE Directive. This is based on advise
from National Administrations represented in SMG.
SMG #23 (13- 17 Oct 1997) agreed the following working assumption for the first phase of CTS (no decision
was made on the need for subsequent phases):
„Usage of CTS will be linked to a GSM subscription (with technical means in the standards to ensure this).
Whether the CTS mode would operate in the spectrum of the home network of that subscription is still under
discussion within SMG.
5
Proposed future liaisons of SMG
The work item description of CTS (from GSM 10.00) is attached to this liaison statement.
SMG plans to forward to ERM/RM:
„the Stage 1 description of CTS following approval at SMG #24 (15-19 Dec 1997)
„the Stage 2 description for the Radio Interface Aspects, once this document is stable (expected early 1998).
SMG believes that these two documents will together contain the necessary information to form the “system
reference document” for CTS.
SMG believes that no liaison will be required with ERC related to CTS.
The licensing arrangements for the use of CTS and the national allocation of frequencies within the GSM and
DCS 1800 bands for CTS are outside the scope of ETSI. These matters are being addressed by members of
SMG in the appropriate fora; they will report progress to SMG to guide its future work on CTS.
Extract from GSM 10.00:
5.107 GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS)
5.107.1 Justification
Today, there exists a clear distinction between the public mobile telephone systems for wide area coverage on
the one hand, and private cordless telephone systems for local area coverage on the other hand. Recently,
attempts have been made to integrate the wide area cellular and the local area cordless function into one and the
same Mobile Equipment (ME). However, because of the incompatibility between the existing cellular and
cordless standards, this results in ME implementations with rather low cost-efficiency.
The intention of the GSM - Cordless Telephony System (CTS) is to provide cordless functionality to a standard
GSM Mobile Station (MS) with minimum impact. The impact could probably be limited to an software update
of the MS. This can only be accomplished if the air interface of the cordless system is identical, or very similar,
to the standard GSM air interface. The standardization of such an air interface would cater for interoperability
amongst manufacturers of MEs and fixed parts intended for the CTS. It is also an opportunity to develop the
GSM technology into new applications in order to increase the competitiveness of GSM.
The introduction of a GSM-CTS should have negligible effect on the existing GSM network architecture and
protocols.
5.107.2 Service Aspects
The Cordless Telephony System (CTS) consists of a private fixed part connected to a public wire-line network
like PSTN or ISDN. Due to a low transmit power of the CTS fixed part, the coverage area is restricted. When an
MS comes in range of the CTS fixed part, it will recognise the proper CTS signalling and may automatically
switch to the cordless mode. The MS registers at the CTS, and from then on the user can make and accept calls
with the same MS directly via the wire-line network without the intervention of the public cellular network. As
an option, the MS may, while registered on the CTS, still be attached to the GSM PLMN.
In order to prevent hardware modifications in the radio transceiver of a standard GSM ME, the CTS preferably
uses the same frequency spectrum as the GSM standard. Since the spectrum the CTS uses belongs to the GSM
operator, the operator must control the availability of the service and can charge for the use of the spectrum.
Since an overlapping cellular system and a private CTS may share the same frequency band in the same
operating area, a procedure must be deployed to prevent interference between GSM PLMN and CTS users.
There seem to be no need to create a new standard for the wireline interface. This interface should comply to the
existing national standards. The service interworking with PSTN/ISDN will needcould be subject for a study
resulting in an ETR.
Given that all the service requirements cannot be fully specified and form a basis for requirements on the CTS
radio interface, it is proposed that inthe principles the general concept of the existing GSM radio interface, as a
whole, isare adopted. This will ensure that the CTS has the potential to allow for similar support all services
which are equivalent in GSM and the fixed network as in the GSM network.
A careful study of the impact of data services is needed.
5.107.3 MMI Aspects
The MMI principles in existing GSM should also be the guideline for the cordless mode. Interactions between
MMI control of services in the cellular and the wire-line network may need to be studied.
5.107.4 Charging Aspects
No additional requirements are envisaged.A mechanism needs to be provided to allow the mobile network
operator to charge for the right to use the radio spectrum.
5.107.5 Security Aspects
The cordless mode should provide a comparable security level as provided in the cellular mode.
5.107.6 Impact
Affects
SIM
ME
Yes
NW
Other
x
No
Not known
x
x
5.107.7 Expected output and Timescales (preliminary information for guidance)
Document
Yes or
No
Date for TC
approval
Comments, list of specifications, list of CRs, etc.
Reports
Yes
mid 98
Service interaction and general PSTN/ISDN line interface
descriptions
New specifications
Yes
Dec -97
Stage 1
mid 98
CTS-FP Test spec
mid 98
02.07, 02.11, 03.11, 03.22, 04.0x, 04.08, 05.01, 05.02, 05.05, 05.08, 05.10, 11.10, TBR 19, TBR 31
CRs to existing
specifications
Yes
Others
5.107.8 Work Item Rapporteurs
5.107.9 Work Item Leadership
5.107.10
Supporting Companies
5.107.11
Others
Preliminary list of proposed rapporteurs for STCs:
SMG1
SMG2
SMG3
(SMG4
SMG7
(SMG9
SMG10
Mikael Dahlkvist, Ericsson
Wolfgang Stahl, Ericsson
Gerd Feldmann, Ericsson
Lars Novak, Ericsson)
Leif Mattisson, Ericsson
Kerstin Litzén, Ericsson)
Wolfgang Hoge, Ericsson
ETSI SMG Meeting #23
Budapest, Hungary, 13-17 October 1997
Tdoc 879/97
Source : SMG
Subject : Liaison Statement to WAP Consortium
ETSI/SMG #23 has conditionally approved a new work item on “Mobile
Equipment Execution Environment”, MEXE, (SMG 709/97). In this work
item the work of the WAP consortium is noted.
SMG welcomes the work of WAP and wishes to avoid the potential of
duplicate effort between ETSI and your organisation.
SMG therefore proposes that the WAP Consortium is opened to all
interested organisations so that the specification work can be
completed and offered the widest possible industrial acceptance.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)3 Part B Annex 5
GSM/DCS STATUS LIST AFTER SMG#23
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
01.00
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Working procedures for SMG and PT12
5.1.1
01.02
AB
PT12
n.a.
---none---
General Description of a GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN).
4.0.2
RT
SMG1 PT12 SMG2 SMG3
#7: 4.0.1 #8: 4.0.2
N.Jörgensen Tele Denmark
ETR 099
5.0.0
RT
SMG1 PT12 SMG2 SMG3
#17: 5.0.0
N.Jörgensen Tele Denmark
GTS
R.Tarazi
ETSI PT12
ETR 100
R.Tarazi
ETSI PT12
GTS
01.04
REP
HISTORY
Abbreviations and Acronyms.
4.1.2
RT
PT12 SMG1-4 SMG6-8
#8: 4.0.1 #9: 4.0.3 #10: 4.0.4
5.0.1
RT
PT12 SMG1-4 SMG6-8
#17: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
3.0.1
RT
PT12 SMG1 SMG2 SMG3
SMG4
01.05
#11: 4.1.0 #12: 4.1.1
#14: 4.1.2
--- none ---
--
--- none ---
ETR
Definitions.
4.0.0
01.48
RT
PT12 SMG1 SMG2 SMG3
SMG4
n.a.
ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking; Feasibility study
5.0.1
02.01
RT
SMG1
#19: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
I.Graetz
Siemens
GTS
Principles of Telecommunication Services Supported by a GSM Public Land Mobile Network(PLMN).
3.2.0
RT
SMG1
4.6.0
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.2.1 #8: 4.3.0 #10: 4.4.0
5.2.0
RT
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
--- none --#11: 4.4.1
#12: 4.5.0 #15: 4.6.0
--
--- none ---
300 500
--- none ---
GTS
1
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
02.02
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Bearer Services (BS) Supported by a GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN)
3.2.0
RT
SMG1
4.2.2
RT
SMG1
5.3.0
RT
SMG1
02.03
D.Richards
AT&T NSI
--
#7: 4.1.1 #8: 4.2.0
D.Richards
AT&T NSI
300 501
#16: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0. #22: 5.3.0
D.Richards
AT&T NSI
GTS
G.Schmidt
T-Mobil
Teleservices Supported by a GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN).
3.4.0
RT
SMG1
4.3.1
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.2.2 #11: 4.3.0
G.Schmidt
T-Mobil
300 502
5.3.0
RT
SMG1
#17: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #21: 5.2.0 #22: 5.3.0
G.Schmidt
T-Mobil
300 905
D.Richards
AT&T NSI
D.Richards
AT&T NSI
300 503
D.Richards
AT&T NSI
300 908
N.Hodgson
I.Crawford
Vodafone
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 504
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 919
02.04
--
General on Supplementary Services
3.7.1
RT
SMG1
4.9.1
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.5.1 #8: 4.6.0 #10: 4.7.0
5.7.0
RT
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.4.0 #21: 5.5.0 #22: 5.6.0
#23: 5.7.0
02.06
#12: 4.8.0 #15: 4.9.0 #16: 4.9.1
--
Types of Mobile Stations (MS).
3.2.0
RT
SMG1
4.5.0
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.1.1 #8: 4.2.0
5.1.0
RT
SMG1
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
DCS 3.0.0
RT
SMG1
02.07
#14: 4.3.0
#16: 4.4.0 #22: 4.5.0
--- none ---
--
--
Mobile Station (MS) Features.
3.4.1
RT
SMG1
4.8.0
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.4.1 #8: 4.4.2
5.3.0
RT
SMG1
#17: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0 #22: 5.3.0
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#10: 4.5.0
#11: 4.6.0 #15: 4.7.0 #22: 4.8.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
--
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 505
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 906
2
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
02.08
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
(Quality of Service). WITHDRAWN
n.a.
02.09
RT
SMG1 SMG2 SMG3 SMG4
WITHDRAWN
--- none ---
ETR 101
Security Aspects.
3.0.1
PA
SMG10 SMG1
#6b: 3.1.0
N.Renaud
France Telecom
4.4.0
PA
SMG10 SMG1 SMG3
#7: 4.2.1 #12: 4.3.0 #22: 4.4.0
N.Renaud
France Telecom
300 506
5.1.0
PA
SMG10 SMG1
#20: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0
N.Renaud
France Telecom
300 920
02.11
--
Service Accessibility.
3.7.0
RT
SMG1 SMG3 SMG2
#4: 3.7.0
P.Gaskell
One2One
4.9.0
RT
SMG1 SMG3 SMG2
#7: 4.5.1 #10: 4.6.0 #16: 4.8.0 #17: 4.9.0
P.Gaskell
One2One
300 507
5.0.1
RT
SMG1 SMG3 SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
N.Renaud
France Telecom
300 921
DCS 3.0.1
RT
SMG1 SMG3 SMG2
#4: 3.1.0
--- none ---
02.16
--
--
International Mobile Station Equipment Identities (IMEI).
3.0.1
RT
SMG1
4.5.0
RT
SMG1
5.0.0
RT
SMG1
02.17
N.Renaud
France Télécom
--
#7: 4.3.1 #12: 4.4.0 #13: 4.5.0
N.Renaud
France Telecom
300 508
#20: 5.0.0
N.Renaud
France Telecom
GTS
K.Vedder
GAO
Subscriber Identity Modules, Functional Characteristics
3.2.0
RT
SMG1 SMG9
4.3.3
RT
SMG1 SMG9
#7: 4.2.0 #8: 4.3.1
K.Vedder
GAO
300 509
5.0.1
RT
SMG1 SMG9
#20: 5.0.0
K.Vedder
GAO
300 922
P.Gaskell
One2One
GTS
02.22
--
Stage 1 for Personalisation of GSM ME
5.3.0
RT
SMG1
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#17: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
3
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
02.24
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Description of Charge Advice Information (CAI).
4.5.0
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.1.1 #8: 4.2.0 #9: 4.2.1 #10: 4.3.0 #11: 4.4.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 510
5.0.1
RT
SMG1
#20: 5.0.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 923
I.Crawford
Vodafone
v.3.9.0 300 068
02.30
Man-machine Interface (MMI) of the Mobile Station (MS).
RT
SMG1 SMG3
4.13.0 RT
SMG1 SMG3
#7: 4.9.1 #8: 4.10.0 #10: 4.11.0 #12: 4.12.0 #13: 4.13.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 511
5.6.0
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.3.1 #21: 5.4.0 #22: 5.5.0
#23: 5.6.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 907
I.Crawford
Vodafone
I.Crawford
Vodafone
3.9.0
02.34
RT
High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) - Stage 1
5.1.0
02.40
RT
SMG1
#21: 5.1.0
Procedures for Call Progress Indications
3.2.0
RT
SMG1 SMG3
4.5.0
RT
SMG1 SMG3
#7: 4.2.1 #9: 4.3.0 #10: 4.4.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 512
5.0.0
RT
SMG1 SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
GTS
02.41
--
Operator Determined Barring
4.5.2
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.4.1 #8: 4.5.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 513
5.1.0
RT
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
GTS
L.Giles
BRT
GTS
A.Conrad
T-Mobil
02.42
Network Identity and Timezone (NITZ); Service Description, Stage 1
5.0.1
02.60
RT
SMG1
#19: 5.0.0
General Packet Radio Service Stage 1 Description
5.1.0
RT
SMG1
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#21: 5.0.0 #23: 5.1.0
4
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
02.63
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Packet Data on Signalling channels Service (PDS) - Stage 1
5.0.0
02.67
RT
SMG1
#19: 5.0.0
A.Conrad
T-Mobil
GTS
D.Münning
Detecon
300 924
D.Münning
Detecon
300 926
D.Münning
Detecon
300 926
Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption Service (eMLPP) - Stage 1
5.0.4
02.68
PA
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #19: 5.0.1 #20: 5.0.2 #22: 5.0.4
Voice Group Call Service (VGCS) - Stage 1
5.1.3
02.69
PA
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #21: 5.1.2 #22: 5.1.3
Voice Broadcast Service (VBS) - Stage 1
5.1.3
02.72
PA
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #21: 5.1.2 #22: 5.1.3
Call Deflection Service description, Stage 1
5.0.0
02.78
RT
SMG1
#19: 5.0.0
S.Habermann T-Mobil
GTS
Customized Applications for Mobile network Enhanced Logic (CAMEL); Service definition (Stage 1)
5.3.0
02.79
RT
SMG1
#19: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0 #21: 5.1.1 #22: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
P.Waerleus
Telia Mobitel
GTS
S.Frey
SFR
GTS
Support of Optimal Routeing (SOR); Service definition (Stage 1)
5.1.0
02.81
RT
SMG1
#19: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0
Line Identification Supplementary Services - Stage 1.
4.5.1
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.3.1 #10: 4.4.0 #11: 4.4.1 #12: 4.5.0 #16: 4.5.1
L.Larsson
Swedish Telecom
300 514
5.0.0
RT
SMG1
#20: 5.0.0
L.Larsson
Swedish Telecom
GTS
N.Renaud
France Telecom
02.82
Call Forwarding (CF) Supplementary Services - Stage 1
3.6.1
RT
SMG1
4.5.2
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.4.2 #10: 4.5.0 #16: 4.5.2
N.Renaud
France Telecom
300 515
5.0.0
RT
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0
L.Larson
Swedish Telecom
GTS
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
--
5
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
02.83
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Call Waiting (CW) and Call Hold (HOLD) Supplementary Services - Stage 1
4.6.7
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.6.3 #10: 4.6.5 #16: 4.6.7
N.Jörgensen Tele Denmark Mobil
300 516
5.0.0
RT
SMG1
#20: 5.0.0
N.Jörgensen Tele Denmark Mobil
GTS
02.84
MultiParty (MPTY) Supplementary Services - Stage 1
4.4.7
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.4.2 #11: 4.4.5 #16: 4.4.7
E.Postmann Siemens
300 517
5.0.0
RT
SMG1
#20: 5.0.0
E.Postmann Siemens
GTS
02.85
Closed User Group (CUG) Supplementary Services - Stage 1.
4.2.6
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.2.2 #16: 4.2.6
L.Larsson
Swedish Telecom
300 518
5.0.0
RT
SMG1
#20: 5.0.0
L.Larsson
Swedish Telecom
GTS
02.86
Advice of Charge (AoC) Supplementary Services - Stage 1
4.1.5
RT
SMG1
#7: 4.1.1 #16: 4.1.5
I.Crawford
Vodafone
300 519
5.0.0
RT
SMG1
#20: 5.0.0
I.Crawford
Vodafone
GTS
02.87
User-to-User Signalling (UUS) Service Description, Stage 1
5.3.0
02.88
RT
SMG1
#18: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0 #21: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
S.Habermann T-Mobil
GTS
Call Barring (CB) Supplementary Services - Stage 1.
3.6.1
RT
SMG1
4.4.3
RT
SMG1
5.0.0
RT
SMG1
02.90
G.Schmidt
T-Mobil
--
#7: 4.3.0 #8: 4.4.0 #16: 4.4.3
G.Schmidt
T-Mobil
300 520
#20: 5.0.0
G.Schmidt
T-Mobil
GTS
Stage 1 Decision of Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD)
4.1.0
RT
SMG1
#8: 4.0.1 #21: 4.1.0
A.Conrad
T-Mobil
300 625
5.1.0
RT
SMG1
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
A.Conrad
T-Mobil
GTS
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
6
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
02.91
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)
5.1.1
02.93
RT
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.0.1 #19: 5.1.0 #21: 5.1.1
E.Postmann Siemens
GTS
N. Jörgenen Tele Danmark Mobile
GTS
Completion of Calls to Busy Subcriber (CCBS) Service Description - Stage 1
5.4.0
02.95
RT
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0 #22: 5.3.0 #24: 5.4.0
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); Support of Private Numbering Plan (SPNP); Service description, Stage 1
5.2.0
02.97
RT
SMG1
#16: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #19: 5.2.0
T. Sundbye
GTS
Multile Subscriber Profile (MSP) Service description, Stage 1
5.2.0
03.01
RT
SMG1
#19: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
S.Manning
Vodafone
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
GTS
Network Functions
3.1.1
FP
SMG3
4.0.4
FP
SMG3
#7: 4.0.1
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
300 521
5.1.0
FP
SMG3
#17: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
GTS
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
--
03.02
--
Network Architecture
3.1.4
FP
SMG3 SMG4
4.2.1
FP
SMG3 SMG4
#7: 4.0.1 #17: 4.1.0 #18: 4.2.1
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
300 522
5.2.0
FP
SMG3 SMG4
#17: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
GTS
--
03.03
Numbering, Addressing and Identification
3.6.0
SA
SMG3 SMG4
#8: 3.6.0
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
4.9.0
SA
SMG3 SMG4
#7: 4.5.0 #8: 4.6.0 #9: 4.8.0 #12: 4.9.0
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
300 523
5.0.2
SA
SMG3 SMG4
#17: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
300 927
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
7
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
03.04
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Signalling Requirements Relating to Routing of Calls to Mobile Subscribers
3.1.0
SA
SMG3 SMG4 SPS
4.0.4
SA
SPS SMG3 SMG4
#7: 4.0.1
--- none ---
300 524
5.0.0
SA
SPS SMG3 SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
GTS
--- none ---
--
03.05
C.Vernhes
France Telecom
--
Technical Performance Objectives
3.2.0
SA
SMG3
4.1.0
SA
SMG3
#7: 4.0.0 #19:4.1.0
--- none ---
ETR 102
5.0.0
SA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
ETR 351
03.07
Restoration Procedures
3.2.1
SA
SMG3
4.3.1
SA
SMG3
5.1.0
SA
SMG3
03.08
I.Park
Vodafone
--
#7: 4.2.0 #10: 4.3.0
I.Park
Vodafone
300 525
#20: 5.0.0 #23: 5.1.0
I.Park
Vodafone
GTS
R.Bauer
Alcatel Sel
--
Organization of Subscriber Data
3.7.0
SA
SMG3
4.8.0
SA
SMG3
#7: 4.5.0 #8: 4.5.1 #9: 4.6.0 #10: 4.7.0 #18: 4.8.0
R.Bauer
Alcatel Sel
300 526
5.2.0
SA
SMG3
#18: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
R. Bauer
Alcatel Sel
GTS
03.09
Handover Procedures
3.2.1
FP
SMG3 SMG2
4.6.0
FP
SMG3 SMG2
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #9: 4.2.1 #10: 4.3.0 #11: 4.4.0 #12: 4.5.0 #17: 4.6.0
Ian Sayers
Wavelink
Communications
300 527
5.1.0
FP
SMG3 SMG2
#18: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0
I. Sayers
Wavelink
Communications
GTS
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
--- none ---
--
8
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
03.10
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) Connection Types.
3.3.0
SA
SMG4 SMG1 SMG2 SMG3
4.3.1
SA
SMG4 SMG1 SMG2 SMG3
5.3.0
SA
SMG1
03.11
M.Valo
Nokia
--
#7: 4.2.1 #8: 4.3.0
M.Valo
Nokia
300 528
#16: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #22: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
M.Valo
Nokia
GTS
Technical Realization of Supplementary Services - General Aspects
PA
SMG3
4.10.1 PA
SMG3
#7: 4.4.0 #9: 4.5.0 #10: 4.6.0 #11: 4.7.0 #12: 4.8.0 #14: 4.9.0 #18: 4.10.1
S.Habermann T-Mobil
300 529
5.0.1
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
S.Habermann T-Mobil
300 928
3.1.1
03.12
PA
S.Habermann T-Mobil
--
Location Registration Procedures
3.3.0
SA
SMG3
4.4.2
SA
SMG3
5.0.0
SA
SMG3
DCS 3.0.1
SA
SMG3
03.13
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
#7: 4.3.0 #8: 4.4.0
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
300 530
#20: 5.0.0
P.Gaasvik
Comviq GSM AB
GTS
--- none ---
--
--
Discontinuous Reception (DRX) in the GSM System
3.0.2
PU
SMG2
4.0.4
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.0.1
---none---
300 531
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#17: 5.0.0
---none---
GTS
--- none ---
--
03.14
M.Dolan
AT&T
--
Support of Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Signalling (DTMF) via the GSM System
3.0.2
FP
SMG3
4.1.1
FP
SMG3
#7: 4.0.0 #10: 4.1.0
---none---
300 532
5.0.0
FP
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
---none---
GTS
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
9
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
03.15
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Technical Realization of Operator Determined Barring
4.3.1
SA
SMG3
#7: 4.2.0 #10: 4.3.0
I.Park
Vodafone
300 533
5.1.0
SA
SMG3
#16: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
I. Park
Vodafone
GTS
03.16
Subscriber Data Management
4.2.1
PA
SMG3
#14: 4.1.0 #16: 4.1.1 #18: 4.2.1
H.Dettner
Siemens
300 629
5.2.0
PA
SMG3
#18: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
H. Dettner
Siemens
GTS
#21: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
I.Park
Vodafone
R.Thomas
France Telecom
03.18
Basic Call Handling
5.2.0
03.20
SA
SMG3
Security-related Network Functions
3.3.2
PA
SMG10 SMG3 SMG2
4.4.0
PA
SMG10 SMG3 SMG2
#7: 4.2.1 #10: 4.3.0 #17: .3.2 #21: 4.4.0
R.Thomas
France Telecom
300 534
5.2.0
PA
SMG10 SMG3 SMG2
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
R.Thomas
France Telecom
300 929
EXT 3.0.0
PA
SMG10 SMG3 SMG2
#7: 3.0.0
R.Thomas
France Telecom
03.22
--
Functions Related to Mobile Station (MS)in Idle Mode.
4.11.0 PU
SMG2 SMG3
#7: 4 .4.0 #9: 4.5.0 #10: 4.6.0 #11: 4.7.0 #12: 4.8.0 #14: 4.9.0 #16: 4.10.0
#17: 4.11.0
---none---
300 535
5.2.0
SMG2 SMG3
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #22: 5.2.0
---none---
300 930
03.26
PU
Multiband operation of GSM/DCS 1800 by a single operator
4.3.0
PU
SMG2 SMG3
#18: 4.1.0 #22: 4.2.0 #23: 4.3.0
TC-TR 005
5.1.0
PU
SMG2 SMG3
#20: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0
ETR 366
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
10
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
03.30
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Radio Network Planning Aspects.
4.3.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.2.0 #9: 4.2.1 #13: 4.3.0
P.Stevens
One2One
ETR 103
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
P.Stevens
One2One
ETR 364
03.32
Universal Geographical Area Description (GAD)
5.0.0
03.34
SA
SMG3
#23: 5.0.0
GSM 03.34 HSCSD Stage 2
5.0.1
03.38
FP
SMG3
#21: 5.0.0
Alphabets and Language Specific Information for GSM
4.0.1
SA
SMG4
#10: 4.0.0
I.Harris
Vodafone
300 628
5.6.0
SA
SMG4
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.4.0 #21: 5.5.0 #22: 5.6.0
I.Harris
Vodafone
300 900
03.39
Digital Cellular Telecommunications System (Phase 2) Interface Protocols for the Connection of Short Message Service Centers (SMSCs)
to Short Message Entities (SMEs)
4.0.0
SA
SMG4
#16: 4.0.0
---none---
ETR 243
5.0.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
---none---
ETR 365
03.40
Technical Realization of the Short Message Service (SMS) Point-to-point(PP)
SA
SMG4 SMG3
#8: 3.6.0 #9: 3.7.0
K.Holley
BT
4.13.0 SA
SMG4 SMG3
#7: 4.6.0 #8: 4.7.0 #10: 4.8.1 #11: 4.9.0 #15: 4.11.0 #16: 4.12.0 #18: 4.13.0
K.Holley
BT
300 536
5.7.0
SMG4
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.4.0 #21: 5.5.0 #22: 5.6.0
#23: 5.7.0
K. Holley
BT
300 901
3.6.0
SA
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
--
11
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
03.41
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Technical Realization of Short Message Service Cell Broadcast (SMSCB).
SA
SMG4 SMG2
4.11.0 SA
SMG4 SMG2
5.7.0
SMG4 SMG2
3.4.0
03.42
SA
D.Richards
AT&T
v.3.4.0 300 069
#7: 4.4.1 #8: 4.5.0 #9: 4.6.0 #10: 4.7.0 #11: 4.8.0 #12: 4.9.0 #13: 4.10.0
#16: 4.11.0
E.Daniel
AT&T NSI
300 537
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.4.0 #21: 5.5.0 #22: 5.6.0
#23: 5.7.0
P. Pike
Lucent Technologies
300 902
Di Tria
CSELT
SMS Compression
5.2.0
03.43
SA
SMG4
#21: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
Support of Videotex.
3.0.1
SA
SMG4
4.1.2
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.1.1
Di Tria
CSELT
ETR 104
5.0.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
Di Tria
CSELT
ETR 352
03.44
--
Support of Teletex in a GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN).
3.0.1
SA
SMG4
4.0.1
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.0.0
--- none ---
ETR 105
5.0.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
ETR 353
03.45
--- none ---
--
Technical Realization of Facsimile Group 3 Service - transparent
3.1.0
SA
SMG4
#5: 3.2.0 #6: 3.3.0
Di Tria
CSELT
v.3.3.0 300 070
4.5.0
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.2.1 #8: 4.3.0 #9: 4.3.1 #10: 4.4.0 #11: 4.4.1 #14: 4.5.0
Di Tria
CSELT
300 538
5.2.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #5.2.0
Di Tria
CSELT
300 931
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
12
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
03.46
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Technical Realization of Facsimile Group 3 Service - non transparent
3.2.1
SA
SMG4
#5: 3.2.1
G.Baumann T-Mobil
v.3.2.1 300 071
4.1.2
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.0.1 #8: 4.0.2 #11: 4.1.0
G.Baumann T-Mobil
300 539
5.0.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
G.Baumann T-Mobil
GTS
03.47
Example Protocol Stacks for Interconnecting Service Centre(s) (SC) and Mobile Services Switching Centre(s) (MSC).
4.4.0
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #12: 4.2.1 #18: 4.4.0
ETR 106
5.0.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
ETR 354
03.49
Example Protocol Stacks for Interconnecting Cell Broadcast Centre (CBC) and Base Station Controler (BSC)
4.6.0
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #11: 4.3.0 #12: 4.4.0 #13: 4.5.0 #16:4.6.0
E.Daniel
AT&T NSI
ETR 107
5.6.0
SA
SMG4
#16: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #19: 5.2.0 #20: 5.3.0 #21: 5.4.0 #22: 5.5.0 #23: 5.6.0
P. Pike
Lucent Technologies
GTS
03.50
Transmission Planning Aspects of the Speech Service in the GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) System.
3.4.0
PU
SMG11
#4: 3.2.2 #8: 3.3.0 #11: 3.4.0
P.Usai
ETSI
4.2.0
PU
SMG11
#8: 4.0.0 #9: 4.1.0 #15: 4.2.0
P.Usai
ETSI
300 540
5.0.1
PU
SMG11
#17: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
P.Usai
ETSI
300 903
J.Baumann
T-Mobil
GTS
03.54
--
High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) - Stage 2
5.1.0
03.60
FP
SMG3
#23: 5.1.0
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) Service description; Stage 2
5.1.0
03.63
FP
SMG3
#23: 5.1.0
Packet Data on Signalling channels service (PDS) Service description, Stage 21
5.1.0
03.64
FP
SMG3
#16: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0
Overall description of the GPRS radio interface; Stage 2
5.1.0
FP
SMG3
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#23: 5.1.0
13
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
03.67
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Preemption Service (EMLPP) - Stage 2
5.1.1
03.68
PA
SMG3
#16: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0
D. Münning Detecon
300 932
D. Münning Detecon
300 933
D. Münning Detecon
300 934
Voice Group Call Service (VGCS) - Stage 2
5.3.0
03.69
PA
SMG3
#16: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #21: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
Voice Broadcast service (VBS) - Stage 2
5.3.0
03.70
PA
SMG3
#16: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #21: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
Routeing of Calls to/from Public Data Networks (PDN).
3.0.0
SA
SMG4
4.0.3
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.0.0 #8: 4.0.1
--- none ---
300 541
5.0.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
GTS
03.78
--- none ---
--
CAMEL Phase 1 (stage 2)
5.2.0
03.79
SA
SMG3
#21: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
Support of Optimal Routing phase 1 (stage 2)
5.1.0
03.81
SA
SMG3
#21: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0
I.Park
Vodafone
Line Identification Supplementary Services - Stage 2.
4.6.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.1.0 #9: 4.2.0 #10: 4.3.0 #11: 4.4.0
5.0.0
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
03.82
#12: 4.5.0 #19: 4.6.0
--- none ---
300 542
--- none ---
GTS
Call Forwarding (CF) Supplementary Services - Stage 2.
4.8.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.5.0 #8: 4.5.1 #10: 4.6.0 #12: 4.7.0 #18: 4.8.0
A.Poths
MMO
300 543
5.0.0
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
A.Poths
MMO
GTS
3.2.1
PA
SMG3
A.Poths
MMO
--
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
14
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
03.83
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Call Waiting (CW) and Call Hold (HOLD) Supplementary Services - Stage 2.
4.4.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.3.0 #11: 4.3.2 #12: 4.4.0
I.Sharp
Northern Telecom
300 544
5.0.0
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
I.Sharp
Northern Telecom
GTS
03.84
Multi Party (MPTY) Supplementary Services - Stage 2.
4.4.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.1.0 #9: 4.2.0 #10: 4.3.0 #12: 4.4.0
S.Habermann T-Mobil
300 545
5.0.0
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
S.Habermann T-Mobil
GTS
03.85
Closed user Group (CUG) Supplementary Services - Stage 2.
4.2.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.0.0 #8: 4.1.0 #15: 4.2.0
S.Frew
Vodafone
300 546
5.0.0
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
S.Frew
Vodafone
GTS
03.86
Advice of Charge (AoC) Supplementary Services - Stage 2.
4.6.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #9: 4.3.0 #10: 4.4.0 #11: 4.5.0 #12: 4.6.0
S.Frew
Vodafone
300 547
5.0.1
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
S.Frew
Vodafone
300 935
L.Letellier
France Telecom
300 548
L.Letellier
France Telecom
GTS
L.Letellier
France Telecom
--
S.Chotai
BT
300 549
S.Chotai
BT
GTS
S.Dzuban
Siemens
GTS
03.88
Call Barring (CB) Supplementary Services - Stage 2.
4.6.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.4.0
5.0.0
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
3.2.1
PA
SMG3
03.90
#10: 4.5.0
#12: 4.6.0
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD)
4.1.1
PA
SMG3
#8: 4.0.0
5.0.0
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
03.91
#16: 4.1.0
Explicit Call Transfer (ECT) Supplementary Service - Stage 2
5.0.2
PA
SMG3
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#16: 5.0.0 #18: 5.0.1 #19: 5.0.2
15
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
04.01
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Mobile Station - Base Station System (MS - BSS) Interface General Aspects and Principles.
3.0.1
FP
SMG3
4.0.4
FP
SMG3
5.0.0
FP
SMG3
04.02
R.Thomas
France Telecom
--
#7: 4.0.1
R.Thomas
France Telecom
300 550
#20: 5.0.0
R.Thomas
France Telecom
GTS
P.Simmons
Nortel Matra Cellular
Nortel Matra Cellular
GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) Access Reference Configuration.
3.0.2
FP
SMG3 SMG2
4.0.4
FP
SMG3 SMG2
#7: 4.0.1
P.Simmons
5.0.0
FP
SMG3 SMG2
#18: 5.0.0
P. Simmons Nortel Matra Cellular
04.03
-300 551
GTS
Mobile Station - Base Station System (MS - BSS) Interface Channel Structures and Access Capabilities.
3.0.3
PU
SMG2
4.1.1
PU
SMG2
5.1.0
PU
SMG2
04.04
R.Thomas
France Telecom
--
#7: 4.0.1 #10: 4.1.0
R.Thomas
France Telecom
300 552
#18: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
R. Thomas
France Telecom
GTS
Layer 1 - General Requirements.
4.0.4
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.0.1
R.Thomas
France Telecom
300 553
5.0.1
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
R.Thomas
France Telecom
300 936
3.3.4
PU
SMG2
R.Thomas
France Telecom
v.3.3.4 300 078
04.05
Data Link (DL) Layer General Aspects.
4.0.3
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.0.0
M.Sollner
PKI
300 554
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
M.Sollner
PKI
300 937
3.1.5
PU
SMG2
M.Sollner
PKI
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
--
16
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
04.06
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Mobile Station - Base Stations System (MS - BSS) Interface Data Link (DL) Layer Specification.
4.4.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.2.0 #8: 4.3.0 #11: 4.4.0
M.Sollner
PKI
300 555
5.1.0
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
M.Sollner
PKI
300 938
3.9.0
PU
SMG2
M.Sollner
PKI
v.3.9.0 300 021
04.07
Mobile Radio Interface Signalling Layer 3 - General Aspects
3.3.3
FP
SMG3
4.3.1
FP
SMG3
#7: 4.1.1 #10: 4.2.0 #12: 4.3.0
A.Bergmann T-Mobil
300 556
5.2.0
FP
SMG3
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #21: 5.2.0
A. Bergmann ETSI PT12
300 939
04.08
A.Bergmann T-Mobil
--
Mobile Radio Interface - Layer 3 Specification
3.14.0 FP
SMG3 SMG2
4.20.1 FP
SMG3 SMG2
#7: 4.5.0 #8: 4.6.0 #9: 4.7.0 #10: 4.8.0 #11: 4.9.0 #12: 4.10.0 #14: 4.11.0
#15: 4.12.0 #16: 4.13.0 #17: 4.14.0 #18: 4.15.0 #19:4.16.0 #20: 4.17.0 #21:
4.18.0 #23: 4.20.1
A.Bergmann T-Mobil France
F.Courau Telecom
R.Thomas
300 557
5.7.0
FP
SMG3 SMG2
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.4.0 #21: 5.5.0 #22: 5.6.0
#23: 5.7.0
A.
Bergmann
F.Courau
R.Thomas
300 940
DCS 3.1.0
FP
SMG3 SMG2
EXT 3.0.0
FP
SMG3 SMG2
04.10
A.Bergmann T-Mobil France
F.Courau
Telecom
R.Thomas
#7: 3.0.0
ETSI PT12 France
Telecom
v.3.13. 300 022-1
--- none ---
v.3.1.0 31.12.91
n.a.
v.3.0.0 300 022-3
Mobile Radio Interface Layer 3 - Supplementary Services Specification - General Aspects
PA
SMG3
4.10.1 PA
SMG3
5.0.1
SMG3
3.2.3
PA
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
I.Sharp
Northern Telecom
--
#7: 4.4.0 #8: 4.5.0 #9: 4.6.0 #10: 4.7.0 #11: 4.8.0 #13: 4.9.0 #14: 4.10.0
I.Sharp
Northern Telecom
300 558
#20: 5.0.0
I.Sharp
Northern Telecom
300 941
17
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
04.11
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Point-to-Point (PP) Short Message Service (SMS) Support on Mobile Radio Interface
FP
SMG3 SMG4
#5:3.3.0
P.Simmons
Nortel Matra Cellular v.3.3.0 300 023
4.10.0 FP
SMG3 SMG4
#7: 4.3.0 #8: 4.4.0 #10: 4.5.0 #11: 4.6.0 #12: 4.7.0 #14: 4.8.0 #16: 4.9.0
#17: 4.10.0
P.Simmons
Nortel Matra Cellular
300 559
5.2.0
SMG3 SMG4
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #21: 5.2.0
P.Simmons
Nortel Matra
Cellular
300 942
C.Pudney
Vodafone
v.3.2.1 300 024
3.3.0
04.12
FP
Short Message Service Cell Broadcast (SMSCB) Support on the Mobile Radio Interface
3.2.1
FP
SMG3 SMG4
4.6.0
PU
SMG2 SMG4
#7: 4.1.1 #10: 4.2.0 #11: 4.3.0 #12: 4.4.0 #16: 4.6.0
C.Pudney
Vodafone
300 560
5.0.2
PU
SMG2 SMG4
#19: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
C.Pudney
Vodafone
300 943
04.13
Performance Requirements on Mobile Radio Interface
4.2.0
FP
SMG3 SMG2
#10: 4.0.0 #14: 4.0.2 #15: 4.1.0 #16: 4.2.0
C.Pudney
Vodafone
300 561
5.1.0
FP
SMG3 SMG2
#18: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0
C. Pudney
Vodafone
300 944
M.Valo
Nokia
v.3.4.0 300 025
M.Valo
Nokia
300 562
M.Valo
Nokia
300 945
04.21
Rate Adaption on the Mobile Station - Base Station System (MS-BSS) Interface.
3.4.0
SA
SMG4
4.6.0
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.2.1 #8: 4.3.0 #11: 4.4.0
5.3.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #22: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
04.22
#13: 4.5.0 #14: 4.6.0
Radio Link Protocol (RLP) for Data and Telematic services on the (MS-BSS) Interface and the Base Station System-Mobile-Services
Switching Centre (BSS-MSC) Interface
5.3.0
SA
SMG4
#16: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1 #21: 5.1.0 #22: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
N.Klehn
Siemens
300 946
4.4.0
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.2.2 #8: 4.3.0 #13: 4.4.0
N.Klehn
Siemens
300 563
3.7.0
SA
SMG4
N. Klehn
Siemens
v.3.7.0 300 026
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
18
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
04.63
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Packet Data on Signalling channels Service (PDS) Service Description, Stage 3
5.0.0
04.67
FP
SMG3
#18: 5.0.0
Nazemann
T-Mobil
GTS
D.Munning
Detecon
300 947
Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption service (eMLPP) - Stage 3
5.0.1
04.68
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
Group Call Control (GCC) Protocol
5.0.2
04.69
PA
SMG3
#18: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
A.Bergmann ETSI PT12
300 948
A.Bergmann ETSI PT12
300 949
Broadcast Call Control (BCC) protocol
5.0.1
04.80
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
Mobile Radio Interface Layer 3 - Supplementary Services Specification Formats and Coding
PA
SMG3
4.11.1 PA
SMG3
5.0.2
SMG3
3.2.0
04.81
PA
--- none ---
v.3.2.0 300 027
#7: 4.7.0 #8: 4.7.1 #9: 4.9.0 #12: 4.9.1 #16: 4.10.0 #17: 4.11.0
--- none ---
300 564
#18: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
--- none ---
300 950
Line Identification Supplementary Services - Stage 3.
4.4.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.2.0 #10: 4.3.0 #12: 4.4.0
--- none ---
300 565
5.0.1
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
300 951
04.82
Call Forwarding (CF) Supplementary Services - Stage 3.
4.9.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.6.0 #11: 4.7.0 #12: 4.8.0 #17: 4.9.0
A.Poths
MMO
300 566
5.0.1
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
A.Poths
MMO
300 952
3.1.3
PA
SMG3
A.Poths
MMO
v.3.1.3 300 028
04.83
Call Waiting (CW) and Call Hold (HOLD) Supplementary Services - Stage 3.
4.6.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.4.0 #9: 4.5.0 #17: 4.6.0
I.Sharp
Northern Telecom
300 567
5.0.1
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
I.Sharp
Northern Telecom
300 953
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
19
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
04.84
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Multi Party (MPTY) Supplementary Services - Stage 3.
4.3.2
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.2.0 #9: 4.3.0
S.Habermann T-Mobil
300 568
5.0.1
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
S.Habermann T-Mobil
300 954
04.85
Closed User Group (CUG) Supplementary Services - Stage 3.
4.1.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.0.0 #18: 4.1.0
S.Frew
Vodafone
300 569
5.0.0
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
S.Frew
Vodafone
GTS
S.Frew
Vodafone
300 570
S.Frew
Vodafone
300 955
L.Letellier
France Telecom
300 571
L.Letellier
France Telecom
300 956
L. Letellier
France Telecom
v.3.1.3 300 029
J.Bruss
Ericsson
300 572
J.Bruss
Ericsson
300 957
S. Dzuban
Siemens
300 958
04.86
Advice of Charge (AoC) Supplementary Services - Stage 3.
4.5.2
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.2.0
5.0.1
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
04.88
#8: 4.4.0
#11: 4.5.0
Call Barring (CB) Supplementary Services - Stage 3.
4.7.1
PA
SMG3
#7: 4.6.0
5.0.1
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
3.1.3
PA
SMG3
04.90
#17: 4.7.0
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD)
4.1.1
PA
SMG3
#8: 4.0.0
5.0.1
PA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
04.91
#12: 4.1.0
Explicit Call Transfer (ECT) Supplementary Service - Stage 3
5.1.1
PA
SMG3
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1
20
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
05.01
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Physical Layer on the Radio Path (General Description)
3.3.2
PU
SMG2
4.6.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #10: 4.3.0 #13: 4.4.0 #14: 4.5.0 #16: 4.6.0
N.Andersen Tele Danmark
300 573
5.3.0
PU
SMG2
#18: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0 #21: 5.2.0 #22: 5.3.0
N.Andersen Tele Danmark
GTS
DCS 3.0.0
PU
SMG2
05.02
N.Andersen Tele Danmark
--- none ---
--
--
Multiplexing and Multiple Access on the Radio Path
3.6.1
PU
SMG2
#15: 3.7.0 #16: 3.8.0
D.Freeman
Motorola
v.3.7.0 300 030
4.9.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.3.0 #9: 4.4.0 #15: 4.5.0 #16: 4.6.0 #17: 4.7.0 #20: 4.8.0 #22: 4.9.0
D.Freeman
Motorola
300 574
5.4.0
PU
SMG2
#18: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0 #21: 5.3.0 #23: 5.4.0
D. Freeman Motorola
300 908
05.03
Channel Coding
3.6.1
PU
SMG2
#12: 3.6.1
--- none ---
4.5.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.1.0 #13: 4.2.0 #15: 4.3.0 #21: 4.4.0 #22: 4.5.0
--- none ---
300 575
5.4.0
PU
SMG2
#17: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #19: 5.2.0 #20: 5.2.1 #21: 5.3.0 #23: 5.4.0
--- none ---
300 909
05.04
v.3.6.1 300 031/A1
Modulation
3.1.2
PU
SMG2
4.0.3
PU
SMG2
5.0.1
PU
SMG2
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
M.Reiner
AEG Mobile Com.
v.3.1.2 300 032
#7: 4.0.0
M.Reiner
AEG Mobile
Communication
300 576
#20: 5.0.0
M.Reiner
AEG Mobile
Communication
300 959
21
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
05.05
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Radio Transmission and Reception
3.13.0 PU
SMG2
#4: 3.14.0 #6b: 3.15.0 #8: 3.16.0
J.P.Charles
France Télécom
4.20.0 PU
SMG2
#7: 4.6.0 #8: 4.7.0 #9: 4.8.0 #10: 4.9.0 #13: 4.10.0 #14: 4.11.0 #16:
4.13.0 #17: 4.14.0 #18: 4.15.0 #19: 4.16.0 #20: 4.17.0 #21: 4.18.0 #22:
4.19.0 #23: 4.20.0
J.P.Charles
France Telecom
300 577
5.6.0
PU
SMG2
#17: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #19: 5.2.0 #20: 5.3.0 #21: 5.4.0 #22: 5.5.0 #23: 5.6.0
J.P.Charles
France Telecom
300 910
DCS 3.1.0
PU
SMG2
#4: 3.2.0 #8: 3.3.0
--- none ---
05.08
v.3.16. 300 033-1/A1
v.3.3.0 31.12.91
Radio Subsystem Link Control
PU
SMG2
#16: 3.8.0
P.White
Vodafone
4.19.1 PU
SMG2
#7: 4.6.0 #8: 4.7.0 #9: 4.8.0 #10: 4.9.0 #11: 4.10.0 #12: 4.11.0 #13: 4.12.0
#14: 4.13.0 #15: 4.14.0 #16: 4.15.0 #17: 4.16.0 #18: 4.17.0 #19: 4.18.0 #19:
4.18.1 #21: 4.18.2 #22: 4.19.0 #23: 4.19.1
P.White
Vodafone
300 578
5.5.0
PU
SMG2
#18: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0 #21: 5.3.0 #22: 5.4.0 #23: 5.5.0
P. White
Vodafone
300 911
DCS 3.0.0
PU
SMG2
3.7.0
05.10
--- none ---
v.3.7.0 300 034-1
v.3.0.0 31.12.91
Radio Subsystem Synchronization
3.5.1
PU
SMG2
#4: 3.5.1
4.9.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.2.0 #8: 4.3.0 #9: 4.4.0 #13: 4.5.0 #14: 4.6.0 #16: 4.7.0
#18: 4.9.0
5.2.0
PU
SMG2
#18: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
05.22
#17: 4.8.0
H.Benn
Motorola
v.3.5.1 300 035
H.Benn
Motorola
300 579
H. Benn
Motorola
300 912
Radio link management in hierarchical networks
5.0.0
05.50
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
ETR 355
Background for RF Requirements.
4.2.0
PU
SMG2
#8: 4.0.0 #13: 4.1.0 #17: 4.2.0
--- none ---
TC-TR
5.1.1
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #23: 5.1.1
--- none ---
ETR 356
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
22
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
05.90
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
GSM Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) Considerations.
4.3.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #15: 4.3.0
--- none ---
ETR 108
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
ETR 357
06.01
Full Rate Speech Processing Functions.
4.0.6
PU
SMG11
#7: 4.0.2 #23: 4.0.6
P.Usai
CSELT
300 580-1
5.1.0
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #23: 5.1.0
P.Usai
CSELT
300 960
3.0.0
PU
SMG11
P. Usai
CSELT
06.02
--
Half Rate Speech Processing Functions.
4.0.2
PU
SMG11
#13: 4.0.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 581-1
5.0.1
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 966
06.06
Digital Telecommunications System Half Rate Speech - Part 7: ANSI-C Code for GSM Half Rate Speech Codec
4.2.0
PU
SMG11
#13: 4.0.0 #16: 4.0.2 #17: 4.1.0 #23: 4.2.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 581-7
5.1.0
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #23: 5.1.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 967
06.07
Digital Cellular Telecommunications Systems Half Rate Speech - Part 8: Test Sequence for GSM Half Rate Speech Codec
4.2.0
PU
SMG11
#13: 4.0.0 #16: 4.0.2 #20: 4.1.0 #23: 4.2.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 581-8
5.2.0
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 968
06.08
Digital Cellular Telecommunications System; Half Rate Speech; Performance Characterization of the GSM half rate speech codec
4.0.0
PU
SMG11
#16: 4.0.0
T.Salem
T-Mobil
ETR 229
5.0.0
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0
T.Salem
T-Mobil
ETR 358
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
23
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
06.10
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Full Rate Speech Transcoding
3.2.0
PU
SMG11
4.1.0
PU
SMG11
5.1.0
PU
SMG11
06.11
D.Lorent
Philips Semi
Conductors
v.3.2.0 300 036
#7: 4.0.0 #23: 4.1.0
D.Lorenz
Philips Semi
Conductors
300 580-2
#20: 5.0.0 #23: 5.1.0
D.Lorenz
Philips Semi
Conductors
300 961
W.Navarro
Matra
Substitution and Muting of Lost Frames for Full Rate Speech Channels.
3.0.1
PU
SMG11
4.0.5
PU
SMG11
#7: 4.0.1 #23: 4.0.5
W.Navarro
Matra
300 580-3
5.0.1
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #23: 5.0.1
W.Navarro
Matra
300 962
D.Sereno
CSELT
06.12
v.3.0.1 300 037
Comfort Noise Aspects for Full Rate Speech Traffic Channels
3.0.1
PU
SMG11
4.0.4
PU
SMG11
#7: 4.0.1
D.Sereno
CSELT
300 580-4
5.0.1
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0
D.Sereno
CSELT
300 963
06.20
v.3.0.1 300 038
Half Rate Speech Transcoding.
4.3.0
PU
SMG11
#13: 4.0.0 #14: 4.1.0 #17: 4.3.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 581-2
5.1.0
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 969
06.21
Substitution and Muting of Lost Frames for Half Rate Speech Traffic Channels.
4.0.2
PU
SMG11
#13: 4.0.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 581-3
5.0.1
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 970
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
24
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
06.22
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Comfort Noise Aspects for Half Rate Speech Traffic Channels.
4.1.1
PU
SMG11
#13: 4.0.0 #15: 4.1.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 581-4
5.1.0
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0
S.Aftelak
Motorola
300 971
L.Vetrano
Italtel
06.31
Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) for Full Rate Speech Traffic Channels
3.1.0
PU
SMG11
4.0.5
PU
SMG11
#7: 4.0.1 #23: 4.0.5
L.Vetrano
Italtel
300 580-5
5.0.1
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #23: 5.0.1
L.Vetrano
Italtel
300 964
P.Barrett
BT
P.Barrett
BT
300 580-6
P.Barrett
BT
300 965
06.32
v.3.1.0 300 039
Voice Activity Detection (VAD).
3.0.0
PU
SMG11
4.3.0
PU
SMG11
#7: 4.0.1
5.0.2
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #23: 5.0.2
06.41
#9: 4.0.3
#13: 4.1.0 #17: 4.2.0 #20: 4.2.1 #23: 4.3.0
v.3.0.0 300 040
Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) for Half Rate Speech Traffic Channels.
4.0.2
PU
SMG11
#13: 4.0.0
L.Vetrano
Italtel
300 581-5
5.1.0
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #23: 5.1.0
L.Vetrano
Italtel
300 972
06.42
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) for Half Rate Speech Traffic Channels.
4.1.1
PU
SMG11
#13: 4.0.0 #15: 4.1.0
P.Barrett
BT
300 581-6
5.0.1
PU
SMG11
#20: 5.0.0 #22: 5.0.1
P.Barrett
BT
300 973
06.51
Enhanced full rate speech processing functions: General description
4.0.0
PU
SMG11
#22: 4.0.0
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
301 243
5.1.2
PU
SMG11
#17: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
300 723
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
25
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
06.53
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
ANSI-C code for the enhanced full rate speech codec
4.0.1
PU
SMG11
#23: 4.0.1
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
301 244
5.1.3
PU
SMG11
#17: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #23: 5.1.3
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
300 724
06.54
Test sequences for the GSM Enhanced Full Rate (EFR)
4.0.0
PU
SMG11
#22: 4.0.0
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
301 250
5.1.0
PU
SMG11
#20: 2.0.0 #22: 5.1.0
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
300 725
06.55
Performance characterisation of the GSM EFR Speech Codec
4.0.0
PU
SMG11
#22: 4.0.0
T.Salem
T-Mobil
TR 010 085
5.0.0
PU
SMG11
#19: 5.0.0
T.Salem
T-Mobil
ETR 305
06.60
Enhanced full rate speech transcoding
4.0.1
PU
SMG11
#23: 4.0.1
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
301 245
5.1.3
PU
SMG11
#17: 5.0.0 #19:5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #23: 5.1.3
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
300 726
06.61
Substitution and muting of lost frames for encanced full rate speech traffic channels
4.0.0
PU
SMG11
#22: 4.0.0
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
301 246
5.1.2
PU
SMG11
#17: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
300 727
06.62
Comfort noise aspects for Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech traffic channels
4.0.1
PU
SMG11
#23: 4.0.1
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
301 247
5.1.3
PU
SMG11
#17: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #23: 5.1.2
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
300 728
06.81
Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) for encanced full rate speech traffic channels
4.0.0
PU
SMG11
#22: 4.0.0
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
301 248
5.1.2
PU
SMG11
#17: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #22: 5.1.2
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
300 729
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
26
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
06.82
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) for encanced full rate speech traffic channels
4.0.0
PU
SMG11
#22: 4.0.0
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
301 249
5.0.3
PU
SMG11
#17: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.2 #22: 5.0.3
K.Jarvinen
Nokia
300 730
07.01
General on Terminal Adaptation Functions (TAF) for Mobile Stations (MS)
4.10.0 SA
SMG4
#7: 4.5.0 #8: 4.6.0 #9: 4.6.1 #10: 4.7.0 #13: 4.8.0 #15: 4.9.0 #16: 4.10.0
J.Varaldi
Alcatel
300 582
5.6.0
SA
SMG4
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.0.1 #18: 5.1.0 #19: 5.2.0 #20: 5.3.0 #21: 5.4.0 #22: 5.5.0
#23: 5.6.0
J.Varaldi
Alcatel
300 913
3.13.0 SA
SMG4
#2: 3.14.0
J.Varaldi
Alcatel
v.3.14. 300 041
P.Bertin
France Telecom
v.3.8.0 300 042
P.Bertin
France Telecom
300 583
P.Bertin
France Telecom
300 914
07.02
Terminal Adaptation Functions (TAF) for Services Using Asynchronous Bearer Capabilities
3.8.0
SA
SMG4
#2: 3.8.0
4.5.1
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.4.0 #9: 4.4.2
5.4.0
SA
SMG4
#16: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #20: 5.1.1 #21: 5.2.0 #22: 5.3.0 #23: 5.4.0
07.03
#11: 4.5.0
Terminal Adaptation Functions (TAF) for Services Using Synchronous Bearer Capabilities
3.4.0
SA
SMG4
#5: 3.4.0
P.Edlund
Ericsson
v.3.4.0 300 043
4.5.1
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.4.0 #9: 4.5.0
P.Edlund
Ericsson
300 584
5.3.0
SA
SMG4
#18: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1 #21: 5.1.0 #22: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
P. Edlund
Ericsson
300 915
07.05
Use of Data Terminal Equipment - Data Circuit Terminating Equipment (DTE-DCE) Interface for Short Message Service (SMS) and
Cell Broadcast Services (CBS).
4.8.1
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.2.1 #8: 4.3.0 #12: 4.4.0 #16: 4.5.0 #17: 4.6.0 #18: 4.7.0 #20: 4.8.0
I.Harris
Vodafone
300 585
5.4.0
SA
SMG4
#19: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0 #21: 5.2.0 #22: 5.3.0 #23: 5.4.0
I.Harris
Vodafone
GTS
07.06
Use of the V Series Data Terminal Equipment - Data Circuit Terminating Equipment (DTE-DCE) Interface at the Mobile Station (MS)
for Mobile Termination (MT) configuration.
4.2.0
SA
SMG4
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#7: 4.1.0 #13: 4.2.0 #16: WITHDRAWN
I.Harris
Vodafone
300 586
27
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
07.07
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Digital cellular telecommunications System (Phase 2) AT Command set for GSM Mobile Equipment (ME)
4.1.0
SA
SMG4
#16: 4.0.0 #18: 4.1.0
P.Heinonen Nokia
300 642
5.4.0
SA
SMG4
#19: 5.0.0 #20: 5.1.0 #21: 5.2.0 #22: 5.3.0 #23: 5.4.0
P.Heinonen Nokia
300 916
07.08
GSM Application Programming Interface
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
5.1.0
08.01
300 917
Base Station System - Mobile Services Switching Centre (BSS-MSC) Interface General Aspects.
4.0.3
SA
SMG3
#7: 4.0.0
R.Davies
Motorola
300 587
5.0.0
SA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
R.Davies
Motorola
GTS
3.0.1
SA
SMG3
R.Davies
Motorola
--
08.02
Base Station System - Mobile Services Switching Centre (BSS-MSC) Interface - Interface Principles.
4.2.0
SA
SMG3
#7: 4.0.0 #10: 4.1.0
5.1.0
SA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
3.3.1
SA
SMG3
08.04
#13: 4.2.0
R.Davies
Motorola
300 587
R.Davies
Motorola
GTS
R.Davies
Motorola
--
R.Davies
Motorola
--
Base Station System - Mobile Services Switching Centre (BSS-MSC) Interface Layer 1 Specification.
3.0.3
PU
SMG2
4.0.3
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.0.0
R.Davies
Motorola
300 588
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
R.Davies
Motorola
GTS
08.06
Signalling Transport Mechanism Specification for the Base Station System - Mobile Services Switching Centre (BSS-MSC) Interface.
3.5.2
PU
SMG2
4.5.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #9: 4.3.0
5.1.0
PU
SMG2
#17: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#10: 4.4.0
R.Davies
Motorola
--
R.Davies
Motorola
300 589
R.Davies
Motorola
GTS
28
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
08.08
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
BSS-MSC Layer 3 Specification
3.10.1 PU
SMG2
R.Davies
PU
SMG2
#7: 3.0.0
4.12.0 PU
SMG2
#7: 4.4.0 #8: 4.5.0 #9: 4.6.0 #10: 4.7.0 #13: 4.8.0
#17: 4.11.0 #23: 4.12.0
5.7.0
SMG2
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.4.0 #21: 5.5.0 #23: 5.7.0
EXT 3.0.0
08.20
PU
Motorola
--
n.a.
#15: 4.9.0 #16: 4.10.0
R.Davies
Motorola
300 590
R.Davies
Motorola
GTS
Rate Adaptation on the Base Station System - Mobile Service Switching Centre (BSS-MSC) Interface.
4.2.3
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.2.1 #13: 4.2.3
P.Bertin
France Telecom
300 591
5.2.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #22: 5.2.0
P.Bertin
France Telecom
GTS
3.1.2
SA
SMG4
P.Bertin
France Telecom
--
08.51
Base Station Controller - Base Tranceiver Station (BSC-BTS) Interface General Aspects.
4.1.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.0.1 #13: 4.1.0
E.Lycksell
Televerket
300 592
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
E.Lycksell
Televerket
GTS
3.0.2
PU
SMG2
E.Lycksell
Televerket
--
08.52
Base Station Controller - Base Tranceiver Station (BSC-BTS) Interface - Interface Principles.
4.2.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.0.1 #13: 4.1.0
E.Lycksell
Televerket
300 593
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
E.Lycksell
Televerket
GTS
3.0.2
PU
SMG2
E.Lycksell
Televerket
--
08.54
Base Station Controler - Base Transceiver Station (BSC-BTS) Interface Layer 1 Structure of Physical Circuits
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#16: 5.0.0
E. Lycsell
Televerket
GTS
4.1.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.0.1 #13: 4.1.0
E.Lycksell
Televerket
300 594
3.0.1
PU
SMG2
E.Lycksell
Televerket
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
--
29
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
08.56
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Base Station Controller - Base Tranceiver Station (BSC-BTS) Interface Layer 2 Specification.
4.0.2
PU
SMG2
#8: 4.0.0
---none---
300 595
5.0.0
PU
SMG2
#20: 5.0.0
---none---
GTS
3.1.1
PU
SMG2
08.58
H.Andersen Ericsson Telecom
--
Base Station Controler - Base Transceiver Station (BCS-BTS) Interface Layer 3 Specification
5.3.0
PU
SMG2
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #19: 5.2.0 #21: 5.3.0
E. Lycsell
EXT 3.0.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 3.0.0
n.a.
4.9.0
PU
SMG2
#7: 4.3.0 #8: 4.4.0 #9: 4.5.0 #10: 4.6.0 #13: 4.7.0 #15: 4.8.0 #16: 4.9.0
3.6.0
PU
SMG2
#10: 3.6.0
DCS 3.0.0
PU
SMG2
08.59
Televerket
GTS
E.Lycksell
Televerket
300 596
E.Lycksell
Televerket
--
--- none ---
--
--- none ---
--
BSC-BTS O&M Signalling Transport
3.1.0
08.60
MS
SMG6 SMG2
Inband Control of Remote Transcoders and Rate Adaptors
3.3.1
PU
SMG2
5.1.0
PU
SMG2
4.4.0
PU
SMG2
08.61
L.Cruchant
Alcatel MC
--
#17: 5.0.0 #19: 5.0.1 #20: 5.0.2 #22: 5.1.0
A. Katle
Norwegian Telecom
Mobile
#7: 4.1.0 #13: 4.2.0 #22: 4.3.0 #23: 4.4.0
L. Cruchant Alcatel
300 597
300 737
Inband Control of Remote Transcoder and Rate Adaptors;(Half Rate)
4.0.2
PU
SMG2 SMG3
#13: 4.0.0
P.Jacob
Siemens
300 598
5.0.1
PU
SMG2 SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
P.Jacob
Siemens
300 979
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
30
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
09.01
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
General Network Interworking Scenarios
3.0.1
SA
SMG3
4.0.1
SA
SMG3
#8: 4.0.0
5.0.0
SA
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0
09.02
--- none --#9: 4.0.1
--
--- none ---
ETR 109
--- none ---
ETR 359
Mobile Application Part ( MAP) Specification
SA
SMG3 SPS2
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.4.0 #21: 5.5.0 #22: 5.6.0
#23: 5.7.0
JMEG
300 974
4.18.0 SA
SMG3 SPS2
#7: 4.4.0 #8: 4.5.0 #9: 4.6.0 #10: 4.7.0 #11: 4.8.0 #12: 4.9.0 #13: 4.10.0
#14: 4.11.0 #16: 4.12.0 #17: 4.13.0 #19: 4.14.0 #20: 4.15.0 #21: 4.16.0 #22:
4.17.0 #23: 4.18.0
JMEG
300 599
3.8.0
SA
SMG3 SPS2
#9: 3.9.0 #12: 3.10.0 #14: 3.11.0
JMEG
v.3.11. 300 044-1
DCS 3.0.0
SA
SMG3 SPS2
JMEG
v.3.0.0 31.12.91
5.7.0
09.03
Requirements on Interworking between the ISDN or PSTN and the PLMN
3.0.1
SA
SPS1 SMG3 SMG4
4.0.3
SA
SMG3 SMG4 SPS1
#8: 4.0.0 #9: 4.0.1
--- none ---
300 600
5.0.0
SA
SMG3 SMG4 SPS1
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
GTS
--- none ---
--
09.04
--- none ---
--
Interworking between the PLMN and the CSPDN
3.0.1
SA
SMG4
4.0.2
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.0.0 #8: 4.0.1 #9: 4.0.2
--- none ---
300 601
5.0.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
GTS
--- none ---
--
09.05
Interworking between the PLMN and the PSPDN for PAD Access
3.2.2
SA
SMG4
4.4.2
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.3.0 #8: 4.4.0 #9: 4.4.1
--- none ---
300 602
5.0.0
SA
SMG4
#20: 5.0.0
--- none ---
GTS
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
31
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
09.06
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Interworking between a Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) and a Packet Switched Public Data Network/Integrated
5.0.2
SA
SMG4
#19: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
A.Braun
Alcatel SEL
300 975
4.5.0
SA
SMG4
#7: 4.3.0 #9: 4.4.0 #12: 4.5.0
A.Braun
Alcatel SEL
300 603
09.07
General Requirements on Interworking between the Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) and the Intergrated Services Digital Network
(ISDN) or Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
SA
SMG4 SMG3
#5: 3.8.0 #9: 3.9.0 #14: 3.10.0
N.Klehn
Siemens
4.12.1 SA
SMG4 SMG3
#7: 4.4.0 #8: 4.5.0 #9: 4.6.0 #10: 4.7.0 #13: 4.8.0 #14: 4.9.0 #16: 4.10.0
#18: 4.11.0 #20: 4.12.0
N.Klehn
Siemens
300 604
5.5.0
SMG4 SMG3
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.0.1 #18: 5.1.0 #19: 5.2.0 #20: 5.2.1 #21: 5.3.0 #22: 5.4.0
#23: 5.5.0
N.Klehn
Siemens
300 976
3.7.1
09.08
SA
--
Application of the Base Station System Application Part (BSSAP) on the E-Interface.
4.1.1
PU
SMG2 SMG3
#9: 4.0.0
#13: 4.1.0
R.Bodin
Ericsson
300 626
5.1.0
FP
SMG3
#20: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0
R.Bodin
Ericsson
GTS
J.Vainikka
Nokia
09.09
REP
HISTORY
Detailed Signalling Interworking within the PLMN and with the PSTN/ISDN
3.0.0
09.10
PA
SMG3
--
Information Element Mapping between Mobile Station - Base Station System (MS - BSS) and Base Station System - Mobile-services
Switching Centre (BSS - MCS) Signalling Procedures and the Mobile Application Part (MAP)
4.4.0
SA
SMG3 SMG2
#8: 4.0.0 #9: 4.1.0 #10: 4.2.0 #17: 4.3.0 #23: 4.4.0
--- none ---
300 605
5.2.0
SA
SMG3 SMG2
#17: 5.0.0 #18: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
--- none ---
GTS
3.0.2
SA
SMG3 SMG2
--- none ---
--
DCS 3.0.0
SA
SMG3 SMG2
--- none ---
--
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
32
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CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
09.11
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Signalling Interworking for Supplementary Services
3.0.1
PA
SMG3
4.6.1
PA
SMG3
5.1.0
PA
SMG3
09.12
L.Letellier
France Telecom
--
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #9: 4.3.0 #12: 4.4.0 #13: 4.5.0 #19: 4.6.0
L.Letellier
France Telecom
300 606
#18: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0
L. Letellier
France Telecom
GTS
P.Haendig
Telia Mobitel AB
Application of ISUP Version 2 for the ISDN-PLMN (GSM)Signalling
4.1.0
09.78
PA
SPS1 SMG3
#17: 4.0.0
CAMEL Application Part phase 1 (stage 3)
5.2.0
09.90
SA
SMG3
#21: 5.0.0 #22: 5.1.0 #23: 5.2.0
Interworking between Phase 1 Infrastructure and Phase 2 Mobile Stations (MS).
4.9.0
FP
PT12
#7: 4.0.0 #8: 4.1.0 #9: 4.2.0 #10: 4.3.0 #11: 4.4.0 #15: 4.5.0 #16: 4.6.0
#18: 4.7.0 #19: 4.8.0 #22: 4.9.0
n.a.
ETR 111
5.0.0
FP
PT12
#17: 5.0.0
n.a.
GTS
09.91
Interworking Aspects of the SIM/ME Interface Between Phase 1 and Phase 2
4.0.1
RT
SMG9
#10: 4.0.0
K.Vedder
GAO
ETR 174
5.0.0
RT
SMG9
#20: 5.0.0
K.Vedder
GAO
ETR 360
09.94
Recommended Infrastructure Measures to Overcome Specific Phase 1 Mobile Stations Faults
4.4.0
FP
PT12
#14: 4.0.0 #15: 4.1.0
5.0.0
FP
PT12
#20: 5.0.0
10.00
#16: 4.2.0 #19: 4.3.0 #23: 4.4.0
---none---
ETR 200
---none---
ETR 361
Digital Cellular Telecommunication System Feature Description
5.2.0
10.20
AB
PT12
#19: 5.0.0 & 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0
ETR 362
Lawful Interception requirements for GSM
5.0.1
PA
SMG10
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#19: 5.0.0 #20: 5.0.1
ETR 363
33
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
11.10
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Mobile Station Conformity Specification (DCS 1800)
DCS 3.1.0
JJD
PT12 SMG2 SMG3
#2: 3.2.0 #3: 3.3.0 #4b: 3.4.0 #5: 3.5.0 #6: 3.6.0 #7: 3.7.0 #8: 3.8.0 #9:
3.9.0 #10: 3.10.0 #11: 3.11.0 #12: 3.12.0 #13: 3.13.0
W.Legrand
3.7.0
JJD
PT12 SMG2 SMG3
#2: 3.8.0 #3: 3.9.0 #4b:3.10.0 #5: 3.11.0 #6: 3.12.0 #7: 3.13.0 #8:
3.14.0 #8: 3.15.0 #9: 3.16.0 #10: 3.17.0 #11: 3.18.0 #12: 3.19.0 #13: 3.20.0
#15: 3.21.0 #16: 3.22.0
--- none ---
---none---
11.10-1
SMG7 PT48V PT12 SMG2
SMG3
#16: 4.13.0 #17: 4.14.0 #18: 4.15.0 #19: 4.16.0 #20: 4.17.0 #21: 4.18.0 #22:
4.19.0 #23: 4.20.0
5.3.0
SMG7 PT48V PT12 SMG2
SMG3
#18: 5.0.0 #21: 5.1.0 #22: 5.2.0 #23: 5.3.0
JJD
SMG7 PT48V PT12 SMG2
SMG3
#16: 4.13.0 #17: 4.14.0 #18: 4.15.0
v.3.18. 300 020-1
300 607-1
GTS
---none---
300 607-2
---none---
300 607-3
Layer3 (L3) Abstract Test Suite (ATS)
4.20.0 JJD
SMG7 PT48V PT12 SMG2
SMG3
#16: 4.13.0 #17: 4.14.0 #18: 4.15.0 #19: 4.16.0 #20: 4.17.0 #21: 4.18.0 #22:
4.19.0 #23: 4.20.0
5.0.0
SMG7 PT48V PT12 SMG2
SMG3
#18: 5.0.0
11.11
--
Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement Proforma Specification
4.15.0 JJD
11.10-3
v.3.14.
Conformance Specification
4.20.0 JJD
11.10-2
Hutchison-Microtel
JJD
GTS
Specification of the Subscriber Identity Module - Mobile Equipment (SIM-ME) Interface.
3.10.0 MS
SMG9
#2: 3.11.0 #3: 3.12.0 #8: 3.13.0 #9: 3.14.0 #11: 3.15.0 #12: 3.16.0
K.Vedder
Giesecke & Devrient v.3.16. 300 045-1/A1
4.19.0 MS
SMG9
#7: 4.8.0 #8: 4.9.0 #9: 4.10.0 #10: 4.11.0 #11: 4.12.0 #12: 4.13.0 #13:
4.14.0 #15: 4.15.0 #16: 4.16.0 #18: 4.17.0 #19: 4.18.0 #20: 4.18.1 #21:
4.18.2 #22: 4.19.0
K.Vedder
Giesecke & Devrient
300 608
5.7.0
MS
SMG9
#16: 5.0.0 #17: 5.1.0 #18: 5.2.0 #19: 5.3.0 #20: 5.4.0 #21: 5.5.0 #23: 5.7.0
K.Vedder
Giesecke & Devrient
300 977
DCS 3.1.3
MS
SMG1 SMG9
#2: 3.2.0 #4: 3.3.0 #8: 3.3.1 #9: 3.3.2 #11: 3.3.3 #12: 3.3.4
--- none ---
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
v.3.3.1 31.12.91
34
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CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
11.12
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Specification of the 3 Volt Subscriber Identity Module Equipment (SIM-ME) Interface
5.0.0
MS
SMG9
#16: 5.0.0 WITHDRAWN
R.Lindholm Nokia
300 978
4.2.0
MS
SMG9
#15: 4.0.0 #17: 4.1.0 #19: 4.1.2 #21: 4.2.0
R.Lindholm Nokia
300 641
11.14
Specification of Subscriber Identity Module - Mobile Equipment (SIM - ME) Interface for SIM Application Toolkit
5.5.0
11.20
MS
SMG9
#18: 5.0.0 #19: 5.1.0 #20: 5.2.0 #21: 5.3.0 #22: 5.4.0 #23 5.5.0
GTS
GSM DCS 1800 Base Station Specification
DCS 3.1.0
JJD
PT12 SMG2 SMG3
#2: 3.2.0 #3: 3.3.0 #4: 3.4.0 #5: 3.5.0 #6: 3.6.0 #7: 3.7.0 #8: 3.8.0 #9:
3.9.0 #10: 3.10.0 #11: 3.11.0 #12: 3.12.0 #17: 3.13.0
--- none ---
3.6.0
MS
SMG8 SMG2 SMG3
#2: 3.7.0 #3: 3.8.0 #4: 3.9.0 #5: 3.10.0 #6: 3.11.0 #7: 3.12.0 #8: 3.13.0
#9: 3.14.0 #10: 3.15.0 #11: 3.16.0 #12: 3.17.0 #14: 3.18.0 #17: 3.19.0
A. Howell
Motorola
11.21
---
GSM Radio Aspects Base Station System Equipment Specification
4.9.0
MS
SMG8
#11: 4.0.0 #12: 4.1.0 #13: 4.2.0 #15: 4.3.0 #16: 4.4.0 #17: 4.5.0 #18: 4.6.0
#20: 4.7.0 #22: 4.8.0 #23: 4.9.0
S.Pike
Lucent Technologies
5.1.0
MS
SMG8
#23: 5.1.0
S.Pike
Lucent Technologies
11.22
300 609-2
GSM Base Station and Ancillary Equipment, Physical and Electronical Parameters, Application of Standards and Guidance Notes
4.1.3
11.23
MS
SMG8
#11: 4.0.0 #14: 4.1.0 #18: 4.1.1 #20: 4.1.2 #21: 4.1.3
M.Perry
Motorola
300 609-3
GSM Signalling Aspects Base Station System equipment Specification
4.8.0
11.24
MS
SMG8
#11: 4.0.0 #14: 4.1.0 #15: 4.1.0 #16: 4.2.0 #17: 4.3.0 #18: 4.4.0 #19: 4.5.0
#21: 4.6.0 #22: 4.7.0 #23: 4.8.0
---none---
300 609-4
V.Fernandez Motorola
300 609-5
GSM Transcoding and Rate Adaptation: Base Station System Equipment Specification
4.1.0
11.26
MS
SMG8
#14: 400 #20: 4.1.0
GSM Repeater Equipment Specification
4.2.2
MS
SMG8
#15: 4.0.0 #17: 4.1.0 #18: 4.2.0 #20: 4.2.2
5.1.0
MS
SMG8
#23: 5.1.0
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
300 609
35
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CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
11.30
REP
3.2.1
ETS VERSION + NR
PA
PT12 SMG3 SMG1
--- none ---
--
--- none ---
--
--- none ---
--
--
Home Location Register Specification
3.2.1
11.32
REP
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
Mobile Services Switching Centre
11.31
REP
HISTORY
PA
PT12 SMG3 SMG1
Visitor Location Register Specification
3.2.1
11.40
PA
PT12 SMG3 SMG1
DCS 1800 System Simulator Conformity Specification
DCS 3.1.0
JJD
PT12 SMG2 SMG3
#4: 3.2.0 #11: 3.3.0
--- none ---
3.5.0
JJD
PT12 SMG2 SMG3
#2: 3.6.0 #11: 3.7.0
P.Zollman
12.00
Vodafone
v.3.7.0 300 020-2
Objectives and Structure of GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) Management.
4.6.0
12.01
MS
SMG6
#7: 4.0.0 #8: 4.1.0 #11: 4.2.0 #15: 4.3.0 #16: 4.4.0 #17: 4.5.0 #23: 4.6.0
---none---
300 612-1
---none---
300 612-2
300 613
Common Aspects of Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) Management.
4.4.1
12.02
MS
SMG6 SMG3
#7: 4.0.0 #8: 4.1.0 #9: 4.1.1 #10: 4.2.0 #11: 4.3.0 #17: 4.4.0
Subscriber, Mobile Equipment (ME) and Services Data Administration.
4.6.1
MS
SMG6 SMG1
#7: 4.0.0 #8: 4.1.0 #9: 4.2.0 #11: 4.3.0 #15: 4.4.0 #16: 4.5.0 #17: 4.6.0
---none---
5.0.0
MS
SMG6 SMG3
#22: 5.0.0
---none---
#11: 4.0.0 #14: 4.1.0 #17: 4.2.0
---none---
12.03
Security Management.
4.2.1
12.04
MS
SMG6 SMG1 SMG3
300 614
Performance Management and Measurements for a GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN).
4.3.1
MS
SMG6 SMG1 SMG3
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#8: 4.0.0 #11: 4.1.0 #13: 4.2.0 #17: 4.3.0
---none---
300 615
36
GSM NUMBER AND TITLE
CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
12.05
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Subscriber Related Call and Event Data.
4.3.0
MS
SMG6 SMG1
#8: 4.0.0 #11: 4.1.0 #15: 4.1.1 #17: 4.2.0 #22: 4.3.0
5.0.0
MS
SMG6 SMG1
#23: 5.0.0
12.06
---none---
300 616
---none---
300 617
work stopped
---none---
300 612
Network Configuration Management and Administration.
4.1.1
12.07
MS
SMG6 SMG3
#11: 4.0.0 #12: 4.0.1 #17: 4.1.0
Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) Quality of Service.
n.a.
12.08
MS
SMG6 SMG1 SMG3
Subscriber and Equipment trace
4.5.0
MS
SMG6 SMG3
#12: 4.0.0 #14: 4.1.0 #16: 4.2.1 #18: 4.3.0 #20: 4.4.0 #22: 4.5.0
B.Szelazek
Lucent
5.0.0
MS
SMG6 SMG3
#23: 5.0.0
B.Szelazek
Lucent
M.Cataldo
Lucent
12.11
300 627
Maintenance of the Base Station System (BSS).
4.1.0
12.20
MS
SMG6 SMG1 SMG2
#22: 4.1.0
300 619
Base Station System (BSS) Management Information.
4.2.1
12.21
MS
SMG6 SMG3
#9: 4.0.0 #11: 4.1.0 #13: 4.1.1 #17: 4.2.0
---none---
300 622
Network Management (NM) Procedures and Messages on the A-bis Interface.
4.6.0
MS
SMG6 SMG2
#7: 4.1.0 #8: 4.2.0 #9: 4.3.0 #11: 4.4.0 #13: 4.5.0 #16: 4.5.2 #21: 4.6.0
A.Yuhan
Omnipoint
5.0.0
MS
SMG6 SMG2
#21: 5.0.0
A.Yuhan
Omnipoint
12.22
300 623
Interworking of GSM Network Management (NM) Procedures and Messages at the Base Station Controller (BSC).
4.1.4
12.30
MS
SMG6
#11: 4.0.0 #13: 4.1.0 #16: 4.1.2
A.Yuhan
Omnipoint
300 624
ETSI Object Identifier Tree; Mobile Domain O&M
4.2.0
MS
SMG6
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#10: 4.0.0 #11: 4.1.0 #15: 4.2.0
---none---
ETR 128
37
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CURRENT
RESPONSIBLE
VERSION (*) PT SMG / STCs
22.01
HISTORY
RAPPORTEUR + COMPANY
ETS VERSION + NR
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS): Service aspects; Service principles
#22: 3.1.0
3.1.0
30.03
UMTS
3.1.0
TBR 5
3.0.0
TBR 9
3.0.0
TBR19
4.2.1
TBR20
4.0.2
TBR31
4.0.2
TBR32
4.0.2
PU
SMG2
#23: 3.1.0
General Attachment Requirements for GSM Mobile Stations
JJD
SMG7 SMG1 SMG2 SMG3
SMG4
#4: 1.0.0 #4b: 3.0.0 #8: Ed1 #12: Ed2
D.Freeman
Motorola
--
D.Freeman
Motorola
--
H.Banken
Sigos PT64V
TBR 19
H.Banken
Sigos PT64V
TBR 20
Attachment Requirements for GSM Terminal Equipment (Telephony)
JJD
SMG7 SMG1 SMG2 SMG3
SMG4
#4: 1.0.0 #4b: 3.0.0 #8: Ed1 #12: Ed2
General Attachment Requirements for GSM Mobile Stations
JJD
SMG7 SMG1 SMG2 SMG3
SMG4
#14: Ed1 #16: 4.0.0 #17: 4.1.0 #18: 4.2.0
Attachment Requirements for GSM Terminal Equipment (Telephony)
JJD
SMG7 SMG1 SMG2 SMG3
SMG4
#14: Ed1 #16: 4.0.0 #17: 4.0.1
General Attachment Requirements for DCS Mobile Stations
JJD
SMG2
#17: 4.0.0
---none---
TBR 31
---none---
TBR32
Attachment Requirements for DCS Terminal Equipment (Telephony)
JJD
SMG2
(*) For Phase1 : 1992 Release
#17: 4.0.0
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Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Data Base Version 23.0
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4 Part B ANNEX 6
Tdoc SMG1 420 /97
ETSI STC SMG1
Dresden, 3-7 November 1997
Agenda Item:
9.1
Source:
PT SMG
Title:
Road map for the completion of GSM phase 2+ Work Items Version 23.0
Date:
Monday 20 October 1997, 12:03
This document contains:
•
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GSM Phase 2+ Before Release 96 contents of WI Data Base;
GSM Phase 2+ Release 96 contents as finalized at SMG#21;
GSM Phase 2+ Release 97 contents as estimated at SMG#23;
GSM Phase 2+ Release 98 and beyond;
GSM Phase 2+ New Work Items being prepared;
Work Items deleted by SMG;
Work Items proposed for deletion.
Note:
Decisions taken at SMG#23, Budapest, 13-17 October, are shown in version 23.00 .
Following SMG#23, STCs and PT SMG may propose revisions of this paper which will be reflected in intermediate versions 23.x
This document (RdMap230.doc) is extracted from the WI Data Base and has the same version number as the Work Item Data Base (WI-23-0.mdb).
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Phase 2 Retroactive introduction of WI
Release 96 contents
WI Title
14.4 kbit/s User Data Rate
Barred Dialling Numbers
CAMEL phase 1
Concurrent SMS/CB and data transfer in 07.05
Enhanced Full Rate Speech codec
Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption Service - phase 1
Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)
Extensions to the SMS alphabet
Handsfree MS
High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD)
Inclusion of deferred tracing capabilities in GSM 12.08
ME Personalisation
Network Identity and Time Zone
Packet Data on Signalling Channels
Radio Local Loop (RLL) using GSM - This is a Report Second SMS broadcast channel
Service Dialling Numbers
SIM Application Toolkit
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
Voice Broadcast Service (VBS) - phase 1
Voice Group Call Service (VGCS) - phase 1
WI Title
Phase 2+ EFR
Release 95 contents
WI Title
BSS Repeaters (RPT)
Compression of User Data
DCS1800 4 Watt mobile power class
Display of Service Provider Name by the ME
Operation of Multi-band GSM/DCS by a single Operator
SIM I/F data Transfer Speed Enhancement
SMS concatenation
Special SMS Message indication
Three Volt Technology SIM
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Release 97 Contents
WI Title
CAMEL phase 2
Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS)
ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking - phase 1 R97 and Phase 2
Network Indication of Alerting in the MS
Support of Private Numbering Plan (SPNP)
USSD Enhancements
BTS performance requirements for very small cell scenarios
Fast moving mobile station
General Packet Radio Service Phase 1 (GPRS) - radio part
Mobile Assisted Frequency Allocation
MS Antenna Test Method
ASCI Phase 2
Enhancement of MAP Extensibility Mechanisms
General Packet Radio Service Phase 1 (GPRS) - network part
Improved Transcoder Handling
Interworking with Mobile Satellite Systems
LAPDm performance enhancement
Overload control enhancement for Location Registers
New Multiplexing Protocol on the ME-TE Interface
SMS Mobile Busy
Support of Shared Interworking Function (SIWF)
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
Enhancements of Fault Management Services
Modeling of Fault Management Services
Security mechanisms for the SIM Toolkit feature
Fraud Information Gathering System(FIGS)
Characteristics and test methods for handsfree mobile station
Calling Name Presentation (CNAP)
North American Equal Access
Prime
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SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG02
SMG02
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WI rapporteur
Stefan Kleier
Mr N.Jorgensen
Ms I.Graetz
Nicolas Renaud
Ms T.Sundbye
Olle Eriksson
Howard Benn
Mr M.Reiner
J.Hamalainen
Mr B.Persson
Olle Edvardsson
PT SMG
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Hans Petter Naper
Required
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None
Required
Lars Novak
Mr P.Edlund
Mr S.Ouvrier
Mr. A. Yuhan
Mr. A. Yuhan
Mr. A. Yuhan
Mark Cataldo
Mark Cataldo
Nigel Barnes
Tim Wright
Mr J-Y Monfort
Sonia Doshi
Stephen Hayes
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Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Data Base Version 22.4
Release 98 and beyond … - Contents WI Title
Technical Enhancements/improvements for phase 2
Call Deflection
FOLLOW ME
Forwarding of SMSs
GSM Cordless Telephony System ("Home Base Station")
GSM Number Portability (EURO)
ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking - phase 2
Localized Service Area (SoLSA) Renamed from "Home Area
MS Application Execution Environment
Multiple Subscriber Profile (MSP)
SMS enhancements phase 1
User-to-User Signalling (UUS)
General Packet Radio Service Phase 2 (GPRS) - radio part
Improved Data Rates through Optimised Modulation
Service to GSM Handportables in trains
Calling line identification enhancements
Efficient cellular support of new services in GSM network service
Exchange of network capabilities information
General Packet Radio Service Phase 2 (GPRS) - network part
Generic signalling mechanism for service support
Idle mode classmark
Tandem Free Operation of speech codecs in Mobile-to-mobile Calls
GSM 1900 Conformance Testing (Handsets)
Development of the SIM test specification (GSM Phase 2)
Interworking with non-GSM applications on the SIM
Low Voltage SIM/ME Specification
Mutual Authentication
Lawful Interception
Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR)
Test methods for handset and headset mobile station
GSM / AMPS Roaming
Harmonization of the PCS1900 Standards with the GSM Base
Service Provider Number Portability (USA)
Requirements for equipments/systems interfacing GSM
Prime responsible STC
All STCs
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG02
SMG02
SMG02
SMG03
SMG03
SMG03
SMG03
SMG03
SMG03
SMG03/11
SMG07
SMG09
SMG09
SMG09
SMG09
SMG10
SMG11
SMG11
T1P1.5
T1P1.5
T1P1.5
tbd
WI rapporteur
PT12
Mr A.Conrad
Erwin Postmann
Nicolas Renaud
Mikael Dahlkvist
Willem Levelt
I.Graetz
Tommy Kokkola
Paul Carpenter
Ian Crawford
Nicolas Renaud
Mr A. Conrad
J.Hamalainen
Johan Sköld
Required
Required
Required
Required
H.Kari
Required
Required
Required
Carl Warfel (Ref Ed
Gary A. Waite
Mr W.Mohrs
Rune Lindholm
Ms S.Manning
David Miles
Kari Jarvinen
Ian Goetz
Ed Ehrlich (Contact)
tbd
WI Rapp
T-Mobil
Siemens
France Telecom
Ericsson
KPN
Siemens
Nokia
Lucent
Vodafone
France Telecom
T-Mobil
Nokia
Ericsson
Date
unknow
S28
S28
S24
S26
tbd
tbd
tbd
S25
S24
S28
S28
tbd
unknow
unknow
tbd
unknow
Nokia
S28
unknow
unknow
S25
BellSouth
tbd
Aspects Software S25
T-Mobil
S23
Nokia
S30
Vodafone
S23
Cellnet
S25
Nokia
S28
Cellnet
S25
Nortel
unknow
tbd
tbd
4/6
ROAD MAP - GSM PHASE 2+ WORK ITEMS DATA BASE Version 22.4
New Work Items being prepared
WI Title
GSM Number Portability (EURO)
ISDN-based DECT/GSM interworking - phase 2
Localized Service Area (SoLSA) Renamed from "Home Area Priority"
MS Application Execution Environment
GSM 1900 Conformance Testing (Handsets)
Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR)
Service Provider Number Portability (USA)
Prime
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG01
SMG07
SMG11
T1P1.5
WI rapporteur
Willem Levelt
I.Graetz
Tommy Kokkola
Paul Carpenter
Carl Warfel (Ref
Kari Jarvinen
Work items Deleted
WI Title
Adaptions for deregulated networks
Advice of Charge on Special Services (AoCSS)
Call Forward Enhancements (CFE)
Completion of Calls to Subscriber when No Reply (CCNRy)
Completion of Calls to Subscriber when Not Reachable (CCNRc)
Direct Subscriber Access and Restriction (DSAR)
Fault and Configuration Management for Other Elements
Fault and Configuration Management of OA&M Capabilities
IMEI Security Enhancements
Inter operation with UPT phase 2
Malicious Call ID (MCID)
Mobile Access Hunting (MAH)
Network level Management
New Barring Services
Payphone Services
Premium Rate Services
Standard access SMS, SC-SMES
Subscriber Class for AoC
Transmission of date/time via CB
Unified SMS CB scheduling algorithm
Universal access to freephone numbers
5/5
WI Rapp
KPN
Siemens
Nokia
Lucent
BellSouth
Nokia
Road Map - GSM Phase 2+ Work Items Data Base Version 22.4
Work Items Proposed for Deletion or Re-named
WI Title
Prime
responsible
STC
SMG1
SMG1
WI rapporteur
Emergency Call TS12 with additional Data Transfer
Location Services (Renamed Wireless Mob. Stat. Location)
See below
Network control of ringing tones (Renamed N/W Indication SMG1
of Alerting in the MS)
Provisions for Hot Billing
SMG1
Mr A.Conrad
Mr M.Kanerva
Support of Home Area Priority (Renamed SoLSA> See
below)
Mr Kokkola
SMG1
WI Rapp
company
T-Mobil
Nokia
C.Systems
Required
Mr N Renaud
Comments
No progress
Duplicate of WI "wireless mobile station location
Duplicate of WI "Network Indication of Alerting in the MS"
France
Telecom
Nokia
6/6
No input received from MoU- BARG/TADIG’s WI "Near real time
Record transfer" ?
Duplicate of to be proposed WI "Support of Localized Service Area"
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4 Part B ANNEX 7
Sophia Antipolis, 18.11.97
From :
Friedhelm Hillebrand, Chairman SMG
PT SMG
To :
SMG Contact persons
Subject:
Need of hosts for SMG2 and SMG3 meetings.
SOURCE:
SMG Chairman
PT SMG
DATE:
November 18, 1997
Dear Madam,
Dear Sir,
At SMG#23, PT SMG was tasked to generate a survey on meeting hosts in recent years,
focussing on the subtechnical committees SMG2 and SMG3.
This was motivated by the fact that particularly these rather important bodies suffer from a lack
of hosts for their plenary and working party meetings.
In order to give companies an indication whether and when it would be appropriate for them to
host one of those meetings, PT SMG have compiled a list of meetings and their hosts, which
you find attached for your information.
We are looking forward to your considered response. Offers should be made known either to PT
SMG or to the respective STC chairman as soon as possible. Responses will be evaluated at
the SMG#24 in December.
It is worth noting that meetings with larger numbers of attendees have been successfully hosted
jointly by smaller companies, thus sharing the burden of cost.
Yours Sincerely,
Stefan Aprath
Paolo Usai
on behalf of
Fred Hillebrand
(TC SMG Chairman)
Attachment
History of hosts for SMG2 Plenary meetings
Date (M/Y)
No of days
Type of meeting
Host, venue
8-10 Mar. 1995
17-19 May 1995
20-22 Sep. 1995
13-15 Dec. 1995
4 - 8 March1996
3
3
3
3
5
SMG2 Plenary No. 13 (50 delegates)
SMG2 Plenary No. 14 (52 delegates)
SMG2 Plenary No. 15 (52 delegates)
SMG2 Plenary No. 16 (50 delegates)
SMG2 Plenary No. 17 (51 delegates)
28-31 May 1996
4
SMG2 Plenary No. 18 (74 delegates)
2-6 Sept. 1996
5
SMG2 Plenary No. 19 (64 delegates)
16-20 Dec. 1996
5
3-7 March 1997
12-16 May 1997
1-3 Oct. 1997
1-5 Dec. 1997
5
5
3
5
SMG2 Plenary No. 20 + Workshop
(Total of 120 delegates)
SMG2 Plenary No. 21 (100 delegates)
SMG2 Plenary No. 22 (~100delegates)
SMG2 Plenary No. 23 (115 delegates)
SMG2 Plenary No.24
Tele Danmark Mobil, Taastrup, Danmark
Siemens, Bad Abling, Germany
Bosch, Bad Salzdetfurth, Germany
Motorola, Cork, Ireland
23-27 Feb. 1998
25-29 May 1998
19-23 Oct. 1998
16-20 Nov. 1998
5
5
5
5
Meetings 1998
SMG2 Plenary No. 25
SMG2 Plenary No. 26
SMG2 Plenary No. 27
SMG2 Plenary No. 28
?, ?, ?
Telia, ?, Sweden
?, ?, ?
?, ?, ?
Hewlett Packard, Edinburgh, Scotland
Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden
France Telecom, SFR, Biarritz, France
CSELT, Turin, Italy
Cellnet, Hutchison Telecom, Mercury One2-One, Vodafone, Bristol, UK
Association of Tel. Companies Finland,
Nokia Mobile Phones, Telecom Finland,
Telecommunications Administration Centre,
Helsinki, Finland
Mannesmann Mobilfunk Gmbh, Düsseldorf,
Germany
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, France
History of hosts for SMG2 ‘UMTS ad-hoc’, WP ‘A’ , and WP ‘B’ meetings
Date (M/Y)
No of days
13-15 Jan. 1997
3
8-10 Apr. 1997
5-8 Aug. 1997
3
4
17-21 Nov. 1997
27-28 Oct. 1997
5
2
19-22 Aug. 1997
4
10-13 Nov. 1997
4
9-13 Feb.1998
14-17 Apr. 1998
11-15 May 1998
17-21 Aug. 1998
7-11 Sept. 1998
2-6 Nov. 1998
22-26 Sep. 1997
5
3-7 Nov. 1997
5
19-23 Jan.1998
20-24 Apr. 1998
31Aug-4Sep 98
2-6 Nov. 1998
Type of meeting
UMTS ad-hoc
UMTS ad-hoc No.1
25 delegates
UMTS ad-hoc No. 2
UMTS ad-hoc No. 3
90 delegates
UMTS ad-hoc No. 4
UMTS Q&A
Meetings 1998
?, ?, ?
WPA
WPA No. 1
55 delegates
WPA No. 2
Meetings 1998
WPA no. 3
WPA no. 4
WPA no. 5
WPA no. 6
WPA no. 7
WPA no. 8
WPB
WPB No. 1
74 delegates
WPB No. 2
57 delegates
Meetings 1998
WPB no. 3
WPB no. 4
WPB no. 5
WPB no. 6
Host, venue
Philips Consumer Communications,
Le Mans, France
Telia, Lulea, Sweden
Alcatel, France Telecom, CCETT,
Mitsubishi, Rennes, France
Nokia, Helsinki, Finland
Tele Danmark Mobil, Taastrup, Danmark
?, ?, ?
Ericsson, Kista, Sweden
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, France
Nokia, ?, Finland
?, ?, ?
?, ?, ?
?, ?, ?
?, ?, ?
?, ?, ?
Hewlett Packard, Edinburgh, Scotland
T-Mobil, Bonn, Germany
?, ?, ?
?, ?, ?
?, ?, ?
?, ?, ?
History of hosts for SMG3 meetings
Date (M/Y)
2/91
5/91
9/91
11/91
3/92
5/92
9/92
11/92
12/92
3/93
6/93
9/93
11-12/93
3/94
6/94
8-9/94
11-12/94
2/95
5-6/95
No of days
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
2
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Type of meeting
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + WPs
SMG3 + SA
SMG3 + SA
9/95
12/95
4/96
6/96
9-10/96
1/97
5/97
9/97
5
5
5
5
5
3
3
3
SMG3 + SA
SMG3 + SA
SMG3 + SA
SMG3 + SA
SMG3 + SA
SMG3
SMG3
SMG3
Host, venue
Swiss PTT, Montreux
Nokia, Helsinki
Telecom Danmark, Taastrup
France Télécom, Bordeaux
Mannesmann, Düsseldorf
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
Matra, Toulouse
CSELT, Turin
Telecom Danmark, Ålborg
DeTeMobil, Bonn
Ericsson/Telia, Stockholm
Cellnet/Mercury/Orange/Vodafone, Bath
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
Telenor, Tromsø
Alcatel, Toulouse
Motorola, Edinburgh
France Télécom/SFR, Chamonix
Finnish Telcos/Telecom Finland/Nokia,
Turku
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
TeleDanmark, Copenhagen
Swiss PTT, Bern
Siemens, Dresden
Ericsson/Telia/Tele Otto, Malmö
Nokia, Helsinki
History of hosts for SMG3 WP’A’ meetings
Date (M/Y)
May 1995
19-22 June
1995
29August - 01
Sept. 1995
07-10 Nov.
1995
05-09 Feb. 1996
20-24 May 1996
02-05 Sep. 1996
25-29 Nov. 1996
27-28 Jan 1997
3-7 March 1997
28-30 April 1997
22 to 24
October 1997
12 to 14
November 1997
No of days
Type of meeting
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPA
Host, venue
Stockholm, Telia AB; Ericsson RSAB
Stockholm, Ericsson AB
SMG3-WPA
London , BRT and UIC
SMG3-WPA
Paris, NMC
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPA
SMG3-WPA
Sophia Antipolis, PT12
Paris, MET
Sophia Antipolis, PT12
Sophia Antipolis, PT12
Dresden,
Sophia Antipolis, PT12
Sophia Antipolis, PT12
CANCELLED
SMG3-WPA
Sophia Antipolis, PT12
History of hosts for SMG3 WP’B’ meetings
Date (M/Y)
#1/95
#2/95
No of days
Type of meeting
WP’B’ regular meeting
WP’B’ regular meeting
#3/95
#4/95
#1/96-CCBS
WP’B’ regular meeting
WP’B’ regular meeting
CCBS ad hoc
#2/96
WP'B' regular meeting
#3/96
#4/96-CCBS
WP'B' regular meeting
CCBS ad hoc
#5/96-CCBS
#6/96
CCBS ad hoc
WP'B' regular meeting
#7/96
#1/97-eMLPP
#2/97-CCBS
#3/97
#4/97-CCBS
#5/97-CCBS
#6/97
#7/97-CCBS
#8/97
WP'B' regular meeting
amlpp ad hoc
CCBS ad hoc
WP'B' regular meeting
CCBS ad hoc
CCBS ad hoc
WP'B' regular meeting
#9/97-CCBS
#10/97-CCBS
#11/97
#12/97-CCBS
#13/97 (2731/11)
#14/97 (1-2/12)
CCBS ad hoc
CCBS ad hoc
WP'B' regular meeting
CCBS ad hoc
WP'B' regular meeting
Host,
Nokia
Hutchison
Telecom
Vodafone
Ericsson
CNET France
Télécom
CNET France
Télécom
MMO
Vodafone,
Hutchison and BT
Nortel
Lucent
Technologies
Nokia
Siemens
PT12
PT12
PT12
T-Mobil
BT and Cellnet
PT12
CNET France
Télécom
Nokia
T-Mobil
Vodafone
Siemens
PT12
WP'B' regular meeting
Samsung
WP'B' regular meeting
venue
Helsinki
Cardiff
Brighton
Herzogenrath
Issy-les-Moulineaux
Issy-les-Moulineaux
Düsseldorf
Fort William
Maidenhead
Hilversum
Oulu
Dresden
Sophia Antipolis
Sophia Antipolis
Sophia Antipolis
Bonn
Bath
Sophia Antipolis
Issy-les-Moulineaux
Helsinki
Bonn
Thatcham
Wien
Sophia Antipolis
Brentford
History of hosts for SMG3 WP’C’ meetings
Date (M/Y)
11/94
1/95
4/95
6/95
8/95
10/95
11/95
1/96
2/96
4/96
5/96
7/96
8/96
9/96
10/96
11/96
1/97
1/97
3/97
4-5/97
6/97
6/97
7/97
8/97
9/97
10/97
11/97
11/97
12/97
No of days
2
3
3
3
3
2
4
3
4
4
4
3
5
5
3
5
5
1
4
5
4
5
2
3
5
3
5
2
2
Type of meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ CAMEL ad hoc
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ CAMEL ad hoc
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ CAMEL ad hoc
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ CAMEL & MAP ad hocs
WP’C’ CAMEL ad hoc
WP’C’ CAMEL & MAP ad hocs
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ CAMEL & MAP ad hoc
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ last minute meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
SMG1/3 CAMEL ad hoc
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP'C' GPRS ad hoc
WP’C’ CAMEL ad hoc
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ GPRS & CAMEL ad hocs
WP'C' regular meeting
GPRS ad hoc
WP'C' regular meeting
Host, venue
Ericsson, Madrid
Nokia, Helsinki
Siemens, Bad Hersfeld
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
Telenor, Bergen
AT&T, Hilversum
Vodafone, Bournemouth
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
France Télécom/CNET, Issy
Siemens, Bad Hersfeld
Ericsson/Telefonica, Madrid
France Télécom/CNET, Issy
Nortel, Maidenhead
Nokia, Helsinki
DeTeMobil, Bonn
Mannesmann, Düsseldorf
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
Siemens, Dresden
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
BT, Bath
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
TeleDanmark, Svaneke
Nokia, Helsinki
Telecom Finland, Oulu
Alcatel, Paris
Hewlett Packard, Grenoble
ETSI, Sophia Antipolis
Helsinki, Nokia
Brentford, Samsung
26 to 30
January 1998
SMG3
16. - 20.02.98
30.03-03.04.98
18-22.05.98
13-17.07.98
07-11.09.98
09-13.11.98
5
WP’C’ ad hoc on CAMEL
[ETSI, Sophia Antipolis]
5
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
WP’C’ regular meeting
no host yet
no host yet
no host yet
no host yet
no host yet
no host yet
History of hosts for SMG3 System Architecture meetings
Date (M/Y)
17 to 21
November 1997
19 to 23
January 1998
9 to 13 March
1998
20 to 24 April
1998
No of days
Type of meeting
SMG3-SA;
Host, venue
Stockholm, Ericsson
SMG3-SA
indications for hosting were already given
SMG3-SA
indications for hosting were already given
SMG3-SA
indications for hosting were already given
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4 Part B ANNEX 10
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Summary of meeting ARIB/TTC SMG/UMTS Forum/ECTEL/GSM MoU,
London, 25-26 August, 1997
Participants: See Annex 1
Note: This summary doesn’t necessarily follow the agenda, but mainly presents the results in a suitable order.
1.
Abstract
• A common proposal for procedures for working together on the IMT 2000 radio access has
been agreed. Approval by ARIB and SMG is foreseen in October.
• Procedures for working together on network matters have been agreed.
• A basic common understanding of the FC has been achieved.
• On spectrum matters, views have been exchanged, but responsibilities in Japan are with MPT.
2.
Opening of the meeting
The meeting was opened by Thomas Beijer, who welcomed the participants on behalf of the
UMTS Forum which he chairs.
Fred Hillebrand, SMG Chairman, addressed the meeting, emphasising that
• with the SMG/ARIB workshop (30th June - 1st July) and the TTC/SMG meeting on network
issues in July, and his visit to Japan in July, the network of relations has become denser
• we are still in the process of exploring co-operation potential beneficial to both sides
• the meeting should be a controlled step forward in th peer to peer co-operation
• that however limitations should be respected given by
∗ the approved radio definition processes
∗ the necessity to keep the decision power in SMG and ARIB, and not in any joint working
group etc.
∗ the mandate given not covering a negotiation of a full co-operation agreement (which
would not be reasonable before SMG has performed the radio concept group selection).
The scope of the meeting should be the elaboration of procedures for working together in clearly
defined and documented areas.
On behalf of GSM MoU (the Memorandum of Understanding mainly representing GSM
operators and regulators, but not manufacturers), Neil Lilly, Chairman of the GSM MoU Third
Generation Interest Group (3GIG) addressed the meeting, explaining
• the role of 3GIG
• GSM MoU requests to contribute to this forum.
He informed the meeting that Asok Chatterjee, who represented GSM MoU in the first general
meeting, is now working for a manufacturer. He informed that UK just decided to issue 3
licences by the end of 1998, and that this - giving an example to other European countries - will
be an important impetus for the UMTS development.
For ARIB, Masayoki Wakao, Managing Director of ARIB, addressed the meeting, and welcomed
the progress in co-ordination activities towards IMT 2000. He expressed his hope to identify
common basic standards until the end of this year.
For TTC, Akihisa Nakajima, Chairman of the IMT 2000 Working Group TC1 of TTC, addressed
the meeting, recalling the successful suite of events after the first general meeting in May 1997
and another fruitful meeting between TTC and SMG on network issues in July. He underlined
the Japanese time requirements for IMT 2000 for the end of the ear 2000.
The meeting agenda was discussed and slightly amended.
3.
3.1
Summaries from earlier meetings
ARIB-SMG2 workshop
The summary of the ARIB-SMG2 workshop on radio matters, 30th June - 1st July 97, was
presented by Niels Peter Skov Andersen. The meeting report is shown in Td 13.
3.2
Meeting TTC-SMG on network issues, 21st -22nd July
Akishige Noda presented the TTC perception of that meeting, see Td xxx1 [to be provided].
It was agreed that the following statements summarise the results of that meeting:
1. TTC and SMG should identify components for treatment alternatively
a) agreed as ITU standards
b) harmonised between the standards bodies
c) in the standards bodies independently.
2. After confirmation by the general meeting TTC/ARIB SMG/UMTS Forum/ECTEL/GSM MoU in August, a bilateral group should start work on
components as described in 1.
3. There may be a common understanding and acceptance of the IMT 2000 family concept.
4.
4.1
Discussion on IMT 2000 matters
IMT 2000 radio matters
Akio Sasaki presented Td 3, on the mobile market in Japan, guide lines for introduction of IMT
2000 and standardisation activities, emphasising similarities with the European situation.
Fumio Watanabe gave further details on the structure of ARIB and the time schedules of work in
ARIB (9 months in advance of the SMG schedules); concerning the status of work on Layer 1, a
comparison was given between the NTT-DoCoMo, WB-cdmaOne proposal to ARIB and
FRAMES FMA2 proposal to ARIB: see comparison table in Td 4 and more information in Td
xxx2 [to be provided]. Akio Sasaki stated that ARIB only recommends a W-CDMA solution.
Neil Lilly stated a main 3GIG requirement to IMT 2000 radio access: flexibility for future
significant enhancements with emphasis on solutions like software radio.
Niels Peter Skov Andersen commented that the ability for spectrum re-farming and future
additions of spectrum is a main requirement to the UMTS Radio Access Network (RAN).
Satellite access:
Akio Sasaki explained that
• an MPT report for an introduction of a satellite component in 2010 has been drafted
• ARIB has no specific plans at present
• Japan may intend to introduce ICO in the IMT2000 satellite band.
Fred Hillebrand explained that in SMG, only Inmarsat (the project HORIZON) has announced an
operator’s interest for the IMT 2000 satellite component. Between SMG and SES (the ETSI
Technical Body on Satellite Earth Stations & systems) it has been agreed that SES works on type
approval issues, whereas SMG should work on dual mode and roaming issues - similar to the
situation with second generation satellite systems.
4.2
IMT 2000 network matters
Neil Lilly commented that, from 3GIG point of view, for the GSM evolved UMTS Core Network
(GSM-UMTS)
• for the transport network, packet like approaches will be essential
• for the control plane, an IT (user-client) like approach rather than an IN like approach will be
favored by some operators.
He will organise an organisation flow towards TTC (and ARIB) concerning the 3GIG positions.
Concerning the SIM (UIM/USIM), Fred Hillebrand stressed the success and importance of the
SIM. ARIB/TTC did not yet study the matter and will inform SMG about progress at an
appropriate time.
5.
5.1
Working procedures
Working procedures ARIB - SMG
Eiji Kito presented Td 5 on proposal of possible working procedures between ETSI SMG and
ARIB, and among 3 regions, namely, Europe, USA and Japan. This proposal was fundamentally
agreed and a small drafting group for a minute of agreement was established.
Niels Peter Skov Andersen presented a proposal produced during the meeting by a small drafting
group (Yoshihide Ishida and Eiji Kito for ARIB, Niels Peter Skov Andersen and
Ansgar Bergmann for SMG). It was accepted with minor modifications, see Td 12 (= Annex 2 of
this report), to be presented to SMG#23 and the Standard Sub-Committee for approval in
October 1997.
Contact persons for the information exchange are Yoshihide Ishida for ARIB and
Ansgar Bergmann for SMG.
For announced participations of SMG members in ARIB meetings, ARIB will provide
interpreters. Output papers of draft standards including working documents towards draft
standards of the meetings are in English, input and other outputs papers are in Japanese or
English.
5.2
Working procedures TTC - SMG
Tatsumi Takatabake presented Td 10 on possible working procedures.
Harald Dettner presented Td 11 which had been elaborated by a small group (Akihisa Nakajima,
Masami Yabusaki and Tatsumi Takatabake for TTC, Fred Hillebrand, Harald Dettner, Gunnar
Sandegren and Ansgar Bergmann for SMG) during the meeting. The revision in Td 14 (=
Annex 3 of this report) was agreed (for SMG in the scope of the extended mandate).
Concerning Td 10, it was agreed to improve page 5 to avoid the following - not intended misunderstandings (further pages should be reviewed in the joint group on network issues):
• The right side of page 5 could be interpreted as if UMTS was not an IMT 2000 family
member. This shall be corrected.
• The left side of page 5 could be interpreted as if PDC will develop to IMT 2000, but GSM
won'’. This shall be corrected.
Contact persons for the information exchange are Masami Yabusaki for TTC and
Ansgar Bergmann for SMG.
6.
ITU matters
As a general remark, it was commented that to swamp the ITU-T and ITU-R meetings in
September with lots of detailed papers might repeat the unlucky situation at the SG11 rapporteurs
meeting in Bath, where the meeting had to continue every day until very late and only 2 or 3
minutes discussion could be assigned to each paper. This might block progress in ITU.
6.1
Clarifications of the IMT 2000 family concept
Reasons and aspects of the family concept were further clarified:
• Gunnar Sandegren explained the necessity of two Core Network concepts already within
ETSI, for evolution from GSM and for evolution from ISDN
• Akihisa Nakajima asked the European side to clarify at ITU that the family concept does not
mean to abandon to seek for commonalities. It was agreed that David Williams and
Makis Kokkos will do this clarification towards ITU-T and ITU-R when introducing the
papers on the FC.
• Neil Lilly explained that the family concept also puts emphasis on the competition element.
• Gunnar Sandegren commented that the FC is also a tool for de-blocking blocked situations, so
that a majority can continue to progress.
• Fred Hillebrand stated that commonalities are an important goal, but, still, a secondary virtue.
More important for the GSM community is to offer the evolution path towards IMT-2000 to
the current GSM operators and users.
• Fred Hillebrand explained that the FC is also a peace making facilitator.
• Akihisa Nakajima explained that the FC is not seen as weakening the European position. It
was first - wrongly - understood in Japan as intended to protect GSM.
• Thomas Beijer commented that the FC introduces commercial realities into the more
academic ITU thinking, taking into account the variety of existing networks around the world.
The FC will be discussed at ITU-T and ITU-R in September. Fred Hillebrand underlined that
these meetings should seek an agreement in principle and not yet rush into discussions on details.
If a recommendation is created on FC it will have to be decided under whose responsibility, ITUR or -T. Yabusaki pointed to the joint TG8/1 - SG11 meeting in May ’98 which should continue
the discussion on FC.
6.2
ITU-R
ARIB will present three papers to ITU TG8/1 in September:
• a paper on frequency harmonization, in the spirit of page 9 of Td 3
• a paper on WLL, asking for a stand-alone ITU specification on requirements to WLL
• a proposal to discuss methodology issues before requiring exact bandwidths for the satellite
component (responding a request of Inmarsat for 2 * 20 MHz at last TG8/1).
For the work shop, a paper on choice of duplex direction is planned (proposing to keep the
“classical” assignment, downlink on top of uplink). Also information on the current situation of
study on RTTs for IMT-2000 in ARIB will be given.
All papers will be made available to SMG (contact: Ansgar Bergmann) as soon as possible.
Niels Peter Skov Andersen introduced the documents representing SMG positions to ITU-R and
ITU-T, see annex of Td 6. Some documents were available at the meeting. Some documents are
for information, but three papers are for requesting modification and discussion:
For ITU-R,
• the Family Concept should be treated mainly at ITU-R TG 8/1.
• ETSI requests to modify current text based on the Family Concept.
• Regarding frequency usage in FPLMTS bands, ETSI propose to discuss this issue at WRC,
not TG 8/1.
PT SMG will send all documents as soon as possible to Yoshihide Ishida.
6.3
ITU-T
TTC will present
• A paper on the Japanese understanding of the IMT-2000 family concept, see Td 16. This is
seen as the main contribution.
• Another paper will deal with the request to further analyse the IMT 2000 architecture.
• A paper on the proposed action plan, see Td 15.
All input papers will be made available to SMG (contact: Ansgar Bergmann) as soon as possible.
SMG: The papers presenting the SMG position are given in an annex of Td 6. Some documents
were available at the meeting, PT SMG will send all documents as soon as possible to
Masami Yabusaki.
7.
Spectrum issues
Thomas Beijer stressed the need to explain to regulators the need for further spectrum for
IMT 2000. On this issue, and on spectrum engineering aspects, also in preparation of WRC,
operators have typically a better insight than regulators. Here, the information flow between
ARIB and the UMTS Forum should continue.
Akio Sasaki explained that in Japan, the spectrum aspects are led by MPT. He agreed that
information exchange should continue.
It was decided to postpone the foreseen September meeting on spectrum aspects.
There will be a meeting between the EC and Japan in October, which could be a good
opportunity to discuss the matter, possibly with participation of UMTS Forum and ARIB
members. As the host, i.e. MPT Japan, will propose the agenda. ARIB should contact MPT.
8.
Next meetings
For the next general meeting TTC/ARIB - SMG/UMTS Forum/ECTEL/GSM MoU, 5th - 6th
February 1998 in Japan is foreseen. Contact: Akio Sasaki, Fred Hillebrand.
For the first multi-lateral meeting on radio matters, 9th - 10th February 1998, Tokyo, is foreseen.
Contact: Akio Sasaki, Fred Hillebrand.
A joint bilateral meeting on radio matters is presently not foreseen. If and when it is seen
necessary, it can be organised, contact persons; Akio Sasaki, Niels Peter Skov Andersen.
For the TTC/SMG meeting on network matters in October, contact persons are Akihisa Nakajima
and Ansgar Bergmann.
9.
Td
Document list:
Title
Source
1
Meeting agenda
2
Participants list
3
Current status towards IMT-2000
ARIB
4
ARIB/FRAMES FMA2/WB-cdmaOne Comparison Table
ARIB
5
Proposal for future Cooperation on radio Area
ARIB
6
Draft SMG#22bis meeting report
PTSMG
7
Business Cards European delegation
8
SMG/T1P1 working procedures
9
Business Cards Japanese delegation
10
First Study For Harmonization
11
Proceeding for the SMG-TTC network aspects working group (rev. in Td 14)
12
Draft Agreement on Common Working Procedures between ARIB and SMG
13
Report from the ARIB / ETSI SMG2 Workshop on Radio Matters
14
Agreed Proceeding for the SMG-TTC network aspects working group (rev. of Td 11)
15
Proposed Action Plan For IMT-2000 Network Standardization
ITU-T
SG11
Chair
16
Proposed Working Method under The IMT-2000 Family Concept
Japan
PTSMG
TTC
Annex 1: Participants list
[only available in paper form]
Annex 2
Agreement on Common Working Procedures between ARIB and SMG
Status at SMG:
To be presented for approval October 1997 (SMG#23)
Status at ARIB:
1997
To be presented to Standard Sub-Committee for approval October
1
ARIB and SMG agree on mutual participation in their meetings on IMT-2000 Radio
Access definition.
For SMG, this includes:
„concept
groups meetings of SMG2
„SMG2
Ad-hocs on UMTS
„SMG2
plenaries
„SMG plenaries
For ARIB, this includes:
„Co-ordination
„Relevant
Group in Standard Sub-Committee
working groups for specifications
Participation includes the right to speak and contribute.
Meeting schedules, invitations, agendas, reports and document lists will be exchanged in time
between Standard Sub-Committee ARIB and PT SMG for distribution to their members. Further
documents will be made available on request by these two institutions.
Due to the areas of responsibilities within two groups, the initial work will focus on layer 1
issues.
2
ARIB and SMG intend to organise multi-lateral meetings between ARIB, SMG and the
relevant American standards organisations, starting in early February 1998.
Objectives of these meetings are to establish the necessary discussion and information exchange
to enable the standards organisations to keep the number of IMT-2000 RANs to a minimum and
to maximise commonalities between them. In addition, ARIB aims to convergence to one
common global RAN. The work should take into account the ITU-R time schedules for IMT2000.
ARIB and SMG intend to keep the current ITU-R time schedule.
Note: ARIB will discuss this intention with TIA and SMG with T1P1.
Annex 3
SMG/UMTS FORUM -- ARIB - TTC Meeting
London 25/26.Aug. ’97
Agreed
Proceeding for the SMG - TTC network aspects working group:
Scope of activity starting in October meeting shall be:
• Identify components in the view of - global - roaming and subscriber/mobility
management.
• Study the feasibility for the radio access independent A-Interface (Iu-Interface)
• Examine the SIM (UIM) as a component
• Examine potential components in L3 of the radio interface.
• Discuss common conceptual understanding
• Identify further components/sub-components
The group shall report to TTC and SMG. This includes a workplan.
Basis is a phased evolution of the IMT2000 Core Networks possibly with independent
speed on particular features/functions, but with an agreed schedule of core
features/functions.
Updates of the picture "Phased Approach" (slide5) and the "Milestone/Workplan"
(slide9) are needed to reflect this.
Components:
Three degrees of harmonisation are identified:
• acceptance in ITU
• harmonisation between Standardisation organisations
• independent development in standardisation organisations
The meeting is entitled to change and revise details of the scope, but has to report this
back to SMG and TTC.
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4 Part B ANNEX 11
ETSI SMG
Meeting n°23
Budapest, 13th - 17th October, 1997
Tdoc SMG 856/97
Source: PT SMG
Agenda Item: 4
draft Summary of meeting RITT - SMG
Budapest 14th October, 1997
A second meeting between the delegation from Chinese MPT and RITT and a delegation
from SMG, dedicated to IMT 2000, was held in Budapest, 14th October, 1997.
The report for the 10th October 1997 meeting was accepted.
DISCUSSION OF UMTS REQUIREMENTS
Chinese requirements: As China still has a low penetration rate (30-40 Million subscribers
end 2000, 100 Million subscribers end 2005 are predicted), the most urgent
requirement is for (cellular mobile) speech. Also there are high density areas so
that spectrum efficiency is very important.
2003 or 2005 are foreseen for introduction of the 3rd generation. In some major
cities, there is high demand for wireless multi-media and data for Internet
access. Today, the only highly utilised data service is SMS.
Neil Lilly (GSM MoU 3rd Generation Interest Group) commented that he hoped that more
mobile oriented, user-friendly data applications would stimulate the market.
IMT-2000 STANDARDISATION
The RITT and SMG delegations expressed their positions:
RITT:
Whereas in 2nd generation, GSM is dominant, there are roaming problems
between the different types. China wants a single world-wide standard for the
3rd generation.
China has 7 or 8 different PSTN switch types with all the consequential
interoperability problems. This explains why for the 3rd generations, China
wants to avoid similar problems.
Since 1987, China has experience with mobile networks. It is since that time,
approximately, that in Europe, activities on 3rd generation has started. What
were the results?
SMG:
The name FPLMTS was invented in 1989, the name for GSM as a system dates
from 1988/89. The progress in 3rd generation was not very fast over a long
time, and the style was research oriented.
Only since a shorter period, there is a market drive in the development, coming
from the GSM operators world wide. GSM services, innovative further
services, evolution from GSM are the main requirements from that source. This
has led to a major change in concepts. The old idea, close to the Japanese point
of view, has foreseen a complete change of technology, based on B-ISDN in
the Core Network, with a new design and without re-use.
The new ideas for UMTS emphasise evolution, re-use, Internet instead of BISDN, and a MAP based mobility management.
RITT:
In China, there are GSM, CDMA, D-AMPS; IS-41 and GSM in the core
network. The idea of evolution is good for GSM networks, but what about the
Chinese CDMA networks? A major reason for success of GSM is international
roaming. The coverage with Analogue is better in China, but users want GSM
because of the roaming capabilities.
SMG:
With the exception of Japan and Korea, GSM roaming is possible in all Asian
countries. SIM card roaming is possible with the American GSM 1900
networks, and the Tri-phone will come next year. With Japan, a dialogue has
started and the Japanese are examining their positions. Alignment is increasing.
With the IS-95 community, an alignment doesn’t seem possible.
It may well happen that MAP will become the basis of all 3rd generation Core
networks, without the Europeans requesting it.
There is also a practical approach: ITU doesn’t have the working structure and
style to develop, evolve and maintain a standard like GSM or PDC or a 3rd
generation system. This becomes clear when looking at the amount of work of
a regular SMG meeting. Bilateral contacts and share of work seems the right
way for the 3rd generation standardisation. Concepts for the role of the different
groups (RITT, SMG, ITU, T1P1 etc.) in the process have to be examined.
Both delegations expressed concern that more spectrum than currently proposed would
soon be needed for IMT-2000.
The meeting was closed.
page 2
ANNEX11.DOC
ETSI/TC SMG(97)4 Part B ANNEX 12
ETSI SMG
Meeting #23
Budapest, 13 - 17 October, 1997
Title:
AMR, the way forward
Source:
SMG Chairman
Purpose:
Decision
Tdoc SMG 860/97
Agenda item: 7.10.
1) SMG11 and SMG2 start narrowband AMR immediately with the target to
complete the codec specifications by 12/98 and the systems specifications
during 1999.
2) The feasibility assessment of wideband will be completed as soon as possible.
3) Wideband may be developed with narrowband or, alternatively, be added to
AMR as a later option according to the outcome of the wideband feasibility
assessment.
4) The AMR selection process will allow the submission of wideband candidates.
Every proposing party is obliged to describe an evolution path to include
wideband.
5) The AMR development should aim at one expandable platform.
6) SMG will review the status and timescales of the programme at appropriate
intervals.
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