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Test Plan for CDMA Mobile Stations

Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association Performance Evaluation Standard for CDMA Mobile Stations
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This test plan has been written by QUALCOMM Incorporated of San Diego, CA on behalf of the CTIA Certification Programs. All rights to this test plan are held solely by CTIA. 2004 Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA). All rights reserved. CTIA has granted a license to CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratories to use this Test Plan for the sole purpose of testing wireless products for the CTIA Certification Program. Any reproduction or transmission of all or part of CTIA's Test Plan, in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association is unauthorized and strictly prohibited. Test laboratories that are not CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratories and wish to use CTIA Test Plans must receive written permission from CTIA prior to such use. .

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SECTION 1
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11

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INTRODUCTION............................................................................................. 1

PURPOSE .................................................................................................................................................................................1 SCOPE .....................................................................................................................................................................................1 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS .........................................................................................................................................................2 TEST OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................................................................................4 TEST PROCESS ........................................................................................................................................................................4 EUT - EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (MOBILE STATION) ..................................................................................................................5 MOBILE STATION DOCUMENTATION ...........................................................................................................................................6 ACRONYMS ..............................................................................................................................................................................6 DEFINITIONS .............................................................................................................................................................................9 BAND CLASS DEFINITION ...................................................................................................................................................10 REVISION HISTORY ............................................................................................................................................................11

SECTION 2
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7

MINIMUM PERFORMANCE...................................................................... 13

PURPOSE ...............................................................................................................................................................................13 SCOPE ...................................................................................................................................................................................13 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................13


CDMAONE

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CDMA2000 .............................................................................................................................................................................14 CDMA2000

1XEVDO...............................................................................................................................................................15

POSITION LOCATION ...............................................................................................................................................................15

SECTION 3
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6

SIGNALING CONFORMANCE .................................................................. 17

PURPOSE ...............................................................................................................................................................................17 SCOPE ...................................................................................................................................................................................17


CDMAONE ............................................................................................................................................................................17 CDMA2000 .............................................................................................................................................................................17 CDMA2000

1XEVDO...............................................................................................................................................................18

POSITION LOCATION ...............................................................................................................................................................18

SECTION 4
4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4

HANDSET STABILITY & PERFORMANCE............................................ 19

PURPOSE ...............................................................................................................................................................................19 SCOPE ...................................................................................................................................................................................19


CDMAONE

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CDMA2000 .............................................................................................................................................................................19

APPENDIX A CDMAONE TEST MATRICES ................................................................... 21


APPENDIX A.1 CDMAONE MINIMUM PERFORMANCE TESTS ..............................................................................................................21 APPENDIX A.2 CDMAONE SIGNALING CONFORMANCE TESTS ...........................................................................................................25 APPENDIX A.3.A CDMAONE CDG 35 HANDSET STABILITY AND PERFORMANCE TESTS .....................................................................30

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APPENDIX A.3.B CDMAONE CDG 64 HANDSET STABILITY AND PERFORMANCE TESTS .....................................................................31

APPENDIX B CDMA2000 TEST MATRICES .................................................................... 33


APPENDIX B.1.A CDMA2000 MINIMUM PERFORMANCE TESTS ..........................................................................................................33 APPENDIX B.1.B CDMA2000 1X-EVDO MINIMUM PERFORMANCE TESTS ..........................................................................................36 APPENDIX B.1.C CDMA2000 POSITION LOCATION MINIMUM PERFORMANCE TESTS ..........................................................................38 APPENDIX B.2.A CDMA2000 SIGNALING CONFORMANCE TESTS.......................................................................................................39 APPENDIX B.2.B CDMA2000 WIRELESS IP SIGNALING CONFORMANCE TESTS..................................................................................45 APPENDIX B.2.C CDMA2000 1X-EVDO SIGNALING CONFORMANCE TESTS ......................................................................................47 APPENDIX B.2.D CDMA2000 1X-EVDO WIRELESS IP SIGNALING CONFORMANCE TESTS .................................................................52 APPENDIX B.2.E CDMA2000 POSITION LOCATION SIGNALING CONFORMANCE TESTS .......................................................................54 APPENDIX B.3.A CDMA2000 CDG35 HANDSET STABILITY AND PERFORMANCE TESTS......................................................................55 APPENDIX B.3.B CDMA2000 CDG64 HANDSET STABILITY AND PERFORMANCE TESTS......................................................................56

APPENDIX C SAFE-FOR-NETWORK TEST REPORT FORMAT................................ 59

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CTIA Section 1 1.1 Purpose Introduction

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The purpose of this Test Plan is to define the CTIA Certification Program test requirements for evaluating CDMA Cellular/PCS Mobile Stations in a laboratory environment. This purpose is accomplished via performing the maximum set, supported by commercially available test equipment, of the compliance tests specified in TIA/EIA-98-E, the maximum possible set of signaling conformance tests specified in TIA/EIA-898, TIA-916, TIA-918, TIA-919, TIA-866, selected tests from CDG Reference 35 and CDG Reference 64, and certain criteria extracted from industry experience. These tests are performed against automated commercial test equipment in a laboratory environment. The purpose of these tests is to seek the absolute highest possible level of test coverage under automated, repeatable and fully controllable test conditions. To the maximum extent practical, testing requirements are based upon industry standards referenced in the pertinent sections of this document. This Test Plan is part of a CTIA Certification Program as described in a separate document entitled CTIA Certification Program Management Document. This document contains criteria, in addition to laboratory conformance tests, that must be met for CTIA Certification.

1.2

Scope

This lab test plan is based on minimum performance tests specified in TIA/EIA-98-E, signaling conformance test cases extracted from TIA/EIA-898, TIA-916, TIA-866, CDG reference 35, performance-based test cases extracted from CDG Reference 64, and on nonstandards based industry tests. The specific test set up, test procedures and test parameters are therefore referred back to industry standard specifications, where applicable. Appendices A & B provides the mapping between this Lab Test Plan and for cdmaOne and for cdma2000 minimum performance and signaling conformance testing. This Test Plan does not provide specific test equipment configurations or detailed test procedures by which to execute Certification testing. Such documentation and procedures must be presented by the CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratory (CATL) as part of the CATL authorization process and subsequently maintained and employed by the CATL to remain authorized to conduct Certification testing. This Test Plan does not include the test requirements or test methodology for other Mobile Station standards or technologies (e.g., AMPS, GSM, TDMA). Aspects of multiple CTIA Test Plans are merged in those cases where a product supports a blend of multiple technologies.

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The following documents and published addendums are applicable to this Test Plan: Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma20001 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations, TIA/EIA-98-E, February 2003, Telecommunications Industry Association Optional System Performance Tests, Revision 3.0, CDG Reference 35, April 2003, CDMA Development Group Signaling Conformance Tests for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems, TIA/EIA-898 December 2001, Telecommunications Industry Association Mobile Station-Base Station Compatibility Standard for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum Cellular System. TIA/EIA/IS-95-A, May 1995, Telecommunications Industry Association. Introduction to cdma2000 Standards for Spread Spectrum Systems - Addendum 2, TIA/EIA/IS-2000.1-2, August 2001, Telecommunications Industry Association. Physical Layer Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems - Addendum 2, TIA/EIA/IS-2000.2-2, August 2001, Telecommunications Industry Association Medium Access Control (MAC) Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems Addendum 2, TIA/EIA/IS-2000.3-2, August 2001, Telecommunications Industry Association Signaling Link Access Control (LAC) Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems - Addendum 2, TIA/EIA/IS-2000.4-2, August 2001, Telecommunications Industry Association Upper Layer (Layer 3) Signaling Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems Addendum 2, TIA/EIA/IS-2000.5-2, August 2001, Telecommunications Industry Association Analog Signaling Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems - Addendum 2, TIA/EIA/IS-2000.6-2, August 2001, Telecommunications Industry Association Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Access Terminal, TIA-866, February 2002, Telecommunications Industry Association Signaling Conformance Standard for cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface, TIA-919, May 2002, Telecommunications Industry Association cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification, TIA/EIA/IS-856-1, January 2002, Telecommunications Industry Association

cdma2000 is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA)

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Recommended Minimum Performance Specification for TIA/EIA/IS-801-1 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations, TIA-916, April 2002, Telecommunications Industry Association Position Determination Service Standard for Dual Mode Spread Spectrum Systems Addendum 1, TIA/EIA/IS-801-1, March 2001, Telecommunications Industry Association CTIA Certification Program Management Document, Revision 3.1, February 2004, CTIA. Enhanced Variable Rate Codec, Speech Service Option 3 for Wideband Spread Spectrum Digital Systems, TIA/EIA/IS-127-1 Short Message Services TIA/EIA/IS-637-A for Wideband Spread Spectrum Cellular Systems,

Data Service Options for Wideband Spread Spectrum Systems, TIA/EIA/IS-707-A High Rate Speech Service Option 17 for Wideband Spread Spectrum Communications Systems Addendum 1, TIA/EIA/IS-733-1 cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification, TIA/EIA/IS-856-1. Administration of Parameter Value Assignment for TIA/EIA Spread Spectrum Standards, TSB-58 CDG Stage 3 Testing for cdma2000, CDG Reference 64. Mobile Station Diagnostic Monitor Minimum Requirements, CDG Reference 45. Signaling Conformance Specification for cdma2000 Wireless IP Networks, TIA-918 Additional Standards may be referenced within the above standards. The above specifications may be found at one of the following: Global Engineering Documents 15 Inverness Way East Englewood CO 80112 USA Phone: 1-800- 854-7179 Phone: 1-303-792-2181 Fax: 1-303- 754-4030 Web: http://global.ihs.com/ CDG reference documents are available via the CDG web site at http://www.cdg.org. Documents are also available to non-members for a nominal fee. Contact the CDG at 1714-545-5211 to order Reference Documents. 3GPP documents can be downloaded from the web site http://www.3gpp.org. 3GPP2 documents can be downloaded from the web site http://www.3gpp2.org.

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1.4

Test Overview

This Test Plan presents general requirements for the test environment (equipment configurations, procedures, uncertainty analyses, results reporting), minimum performance testing, cabled interoperability testing, and system performance testing of Mobile Stations incorporating CDMA technologies. All testing shall be conducted as described in the CTIA Certification Program Management Document (see Laboratory Test Procedures section). Tests are to be conducted only if the corresponding features are supported by the mobile station. The manufacturer shall provide to the CATL a list of features supported by the mobile station. The test matrices in Appendix A cdmaOne Test Matrices and Appendix B cdma2000 Test Matrices provide a roadmap of when the tests are required. The first column (Test Required) indicates tests required today. The second column (Required in Next Revision) indicates additional tests that will be required in the next revision of this test plan. The third column (Required in Future Revision) indicates additional tests that are planned to be required in a future revision of this Test Plan. If there are tests marked in the Required in Next Revision column, the next revision of this Test Plan will be published 90 days after the current revision. Test failures shall be handled as described in the CTIA Certification Program Management Document (see Test Failures section). The test report shall include the minimum information as described in the CTIA Certification Program Management Document (see Laboratory Reporting section).
1.4.1. Special Results Reporting

Traffic, Paging, and Pilot Channel gain settings shall be verified prior to executing any tests using a code domain analyzer. Measured numbers shall be stated in the test report next to the base station settings.

1.5

Test Process

All testing shall be conducted at a CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratory (CATL). A current list of CATLs can be found at www.certification.wow-com.com. Products shall be submitted for testing in accordance with the instructions detailed in the CTIA Certification Program Management Document. Testing to this test plan may follow either a one-part test process or a two-part test process as described below.

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In the one-part test process, all tests identified as required in this Test Plan must be completed and the results reported as described in the CTIA Certification Program Management Document (see Laboratory Reporting section). The CATL will upload the test report to CTIAs online certification database as described in the CTIA Certification Program Management Document.
1.5.2. Two-Part Test Process

In the two-part test process, Safe-For-Network tests are conducted first. These tests are identified by SFN in the test matrices in this Test Plan. Safe For Network tests shall be conducted on the same hardware version as the units to be used on the network and should be the same physical devices. The results are reported in the format as shown in Appendix C Safe-For-Network Test Report Format and uploaded to CTIAs online certification database by the CATL. At a later time, all tests identified as required in this Test Plan are conducted and those results uploaded to CTIAs online certification database by the CATL. The purpose of this two-part process is to allow the product manufacturer to obtain access to an operators network at the earliest opportunity possible, by demonstrating that the mobile station will not adversely impact network performance. The operator will review the Safe-For-Network test results and, if the results meet the operators requirements, provide access to the network to support development testing. Once development testing is complete, and the manufacturer is ready to complete the certification testing process, the entire set of required tests in this Test Plan may be conducted.
1.5.2.1. Channel Requirements

The CATL shall contact the operator in the products target market to determine the channels used during Safe For Network certification testing. Unless otherwise specified by the operator, the Mobile Station or Access Terminal shall be tested using channels 384, 777, and 1013 for the 800 MHz band, and 25, 600, and 1175 for PCS operation. Products not capable of supporting the specified test channels shall be identified prior to the start of testing. Alternative test channels may be used but they shall fall as closely as possible to the default channels defined.

1.6

EUT - Equipment Under Test (Mobile Station)

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CTIA 1.7 Mobile Station Documentation

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All documentation associated with the installation and operation of the mobile station shall be supplied in accordance with the CTIA Certification Program Management Document (see Certification Testing Checklist). This should include: User guides or manuals Programming instructions Installation guides or manuals Service manuals, including manual control of EUT from Test Interface Unit and/or keypad Identification of the IF frequencies used in the receiver. Diagram of the Test Interface Unit, giving details of the pin connections. List of preprogrammed SIDs in the CATL-specified Preferred Roaming List (PRL) In addition to the documentation, a contact person and telephone number for the manufacturer shall be supplied to provide technical or operational assistance if necessary.

1.8

Acronyms
Authentication Center Access Overload Class Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS) Additive White Gaussian Noise Bits per Second Base Station Calling Party Name CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratory Channel Configuration Base-station Configuration Change Indicator (sent on the QPCH) The International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee CDMA Development Group Code Division Multiple Access Cellular Digital Packet Data Call Forwarding No Answer Candidate Frequency Search Request Message Cellular Messaging Teleservice Calling Name Presentation Calling Number Identification Calling Party Number Cellular Paging Teleservice Cyclic Redundancy Code Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association Digital to Analog Digital Color Code

AC ACCOLC AMPS AWGN BPS BS CAN CATL CC CCI CCITT CDG CDMA CDPD CFNA CFSReqM CMT CNAP CNI CPN CPT CRC CTIA D/A DCC

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DCE DTE DTMF DTX ECAM EHDM EIA ENLUM ESCAM ESN ESPM EUT FER F-FCH FFPC FO FPC F-PICH F-SCH FTP GHDM GNLM HO IEEE IMSI_M IMSI_T IMSI_T_11_12 IMSI_T_S IS ITU IWF LAC MAC MC MCC MDR MIN/MSIN MO MS MT MWI NAK NAM NDSS

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Data Circuit Terminating Equipment Data Terminal Equipment Dual Tone Multiple Frequency Discontinuous Transmission Extended Channel Assignment Message Extended Handoff Direction Message Electronic Industries Association Extended Neighbor List Update Message Extended Supplemental Channel Assignment Message Electronic Serial Number Extended System Parameter Message Equipment Under Test Frame Error Rate Forward Fundamental Channel Fast Forward Power Control Frame Offset Forward Power Control Forward Pilot Channel Forward Supplemental Channel File Transfer Protocol General Handoff Direction Message General Neighbor List Message Handoff Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers MIN based IMSI True IMSI Mobile Country Code of IMSI_T Supplement of the MIN-based IMSI Interim Specification International Telecommunication Union Inter-Working Function Link Access Control Medium Access Control Message Center Mobile Country Code Medium Data Rate Mobile Station Identification Number Multiplex Option Mobile Station Mobile Terminal Message Waiting Indicator Negative Acknowledgement. Number Assignment Module Network Directed System Selection

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NID NNSCR OA&M OCNS OLPC ORM OUNS P_REV_IN_USE PCF PD PDU PI PIN PLC PM PN POTS PPP PRL PRM PS PSTN QOF QPCH R-ACH RC RC RF R-FCH RLP RND RPC R-PCSCH R-PICH R-SCH SCM SCR SCRM SDB SDU SFN SID SME SMS

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Network Identifier Non-Negotiable Service Configuration Record Operation, Administration, and Maintenance Orthogonal Channel Noise Simulator Outer Loop Power Control Origination Message Other User Noise Simulator Protocol revision level in use Packet Control Function Protocol Discriminator Protocol Data Unit Paging Indicator Personal Identification Number Private Long Code Privacy Mode Pseudo-random Noise Plain Old Telephone Service Point-To-Point Protocol Preferred Roaming List Page Response Message Pilot Strength Public Switching Telephone Network Quasi-Orthogonal Function Quick Paging Channel Reverse Access Channel Radio Configuration Radio configuration Radio Frequency Reverse Fundamental Channel Radio Link Protocol Redirecting Name Delivery Reverse Power Control Reverse Power Control Subchannel Reverse Pilot Channel Reverse Supplemental Channel Station Class Mark Service Configuration Record Supplemental Channel Request Message Short Data Burst Service Data Unit Safe For Network System Identification Number Signaling Message Encryption Short Message Service

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Service Option Service Redirection Service Request Message Shared Secret Data System Selection for Preferred Roaming Traffic Channel Transmission Control Protocol Time Division Multiple Access Test Data Service Option Terminal Equipment Terminal Equipment at land connection point Terminal Equipment at mobile connection point Telecommunications Industry Association Temporary Mobile Station Identity Terminal Rapid Acceptance for CDMA Technical Service Bulletin Universal Handoff Direction Message User Interface ITU-T recommended error correction protocol Valid Configuration Attribute Selection Voice Mail Notification Voice Mail Notification Indicator Walsh Code Wireless Local Loop

1.9
Term

Definitions
Definition A device providing data connectivity to a user. An access terminal may be connected to a computing device such as a laptop personal computer or it may be a self-contained data device such as a personal digital assistant. An access terminal is equivalent to a mobile station in an IS-2000 system. An entity in the public cellular radio telecommunications service intended to be used while in motion or during halts at unspecified points. Mobile stations include portable units (e.g., hand-held personal units) and units installed in vehicles.

Access Terminal

Mobile Station

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1.10 Band Class Definition


The following is a list of the band classes defined in IS-2000:
Band Class 0 (800 MHz band) Band Class 1 (1900 MHz band) Band Class 2 (TACS band) Band Class 3 (JTACS band) Band Class 4 (Korean PCS band) Band Class 5 (NMT-450 band) Band Class 6 (IMT-2000 band) Band Class 7 (700 MHz cellular band) Band Class 8 (1800 MHz band) Band Class 9 (900 MHz band) Band Class 10 (Secondary 800 MHz band) Band Class 11 (400 MHz European PAMR band) Band Class 12 (800 MHz PAMR band)

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Date
January 1998 February 1998 June 1998

Revision
Draft 1.0 Draft 1.1 Release 1.2

Purpose/Change
Issued For Comments Issued For Comments Changed to reflect IS-98-B Included CDMA Environmental Tests Calibration Procedure Added Added Analog Call Setup Modified CDMA Results Tables Added Thermal Shock General Reformat Simplified Table/Figure Referencing Extensive Review and Update of Existing Procedures CDMA testing now reflects use of TAS hardware and software Added support for 8924C idle and soft handoff tests All tests now reflect TIA/EIA-98-B General revision of procedures CDMA Authentication added Acoustics reflect new B&K 6713 Editorial changes made Certification program restructured Replaces previously titled Test Plan for 800 MHz AMPS & Cellular/PCS CDMA Wireless Subscriber Stations Updated applicable documents to latest specifications Added acronyms table Updated 1x and position location tests to reflect latest specifications Added TIA/EIA-898 references to signaling conformance tests Identified signaling conformance tests as informational-only Clarified system performance tests and added CDG35 test matrices Editorial changes Updated reference to document Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations to Version TIA/EIA-98-E Deleted reference to TIA/EIA-98-E, Ballot Version Updated PMD reference to Rev. 3.0 Corrected TIA-919 title Revised signaling conformance test requirements Provided roadmap for future test requirements Expanded Test Coverage, including 1x-EvDO & Position Location Removed test cases; updated test matrices; added hybrid test Added Test Process section and safe-for-network test report format Identified safe for network test cases in test matrices Revised test coverage to reflect CATL input on test capability Clarified radiated test coverage requirements Allowed testing per spirit of CDG References 35 & 64 Updated PMD reference to Rev. 3.1

January 1999 November 1999

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Minimum Performance

Wireless Mobile Stations and Access Terminals regardless of specific CDMA technology shall demonstrate minimum parametric performance in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratories shall conduct minimum parametric performance testing per the relevant specifications outlined below.

2.1

Purpose

The purpose of Minimum Performance testing is to perform the maximum set, supported by commercially available test equipment, of the compliance tests specified in TIA/EIA98-E. These tests are performed against automated commercial test equipment. The purpose of these tests is to seek the absolute highest possible level of test coverage under automated, repeatable and fully controllable test conditions.

2.2

Scope

These tests are based on minimum performance tests specified in TIA/EIA-98-E. The specific test set up, test procedures and test parameters are referred back to these specifications unless otherwise stated herein.

2.3

Special Requirements

The following are clarifications to the requirements defined in TIA/EIA-98-E. In the event of conflict, this document shall supercede.
2.3.1. Channel Coverage

Some tests require that the phone be tested across the entire band. The channels used during CTIA Certification testing are 384, 777, and 1013 for the 800 MHz band, and 25, 600, and 1175 for PCS operation. Products not capable of supporting these default test channels shall be identified prior to the start of testing. Alternative test channels may be used but they shall fall as closely as possible to the default channels defined.
2.3.2. Single Tone

Single tone test section 3.5.2 shall be performed in both RC1 and RC2 modes. For RC2 mode service option 9 shall be selected and the traffic channel gain setting shall use the table given for Receiver Sensitivity tests (-12.3 dB).
2.3.3. Hard Hand Off Timing

Transmit power after hard handoff test (section 4.2.1) shall be performed with a BS or BS emulator that is capable of simultaneously transmitting in two different

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channels and internally/externally synchronized. The second BS shall turn ON the traffic channel prior to sending the universal handoff direction message and the output power measurement in this traffic channel should closely be monitored for any transients during T2 (the time elapsed from the action time to the instant the Mobile Station transmitter is enabled on the new CDMA frequency assignment).
2.3.4. Maximum RF Output Power

The Maximum RF Output Power test (section 4.4.5) shall be performed as a conducted test. 0dB shall be used as the antenna gain recommended by the mobile station manufacturer in section 4.4.5.3.
2.3.5. Hybrid Tests

The TIA-916 "Recommended Minimum Performance Specification for TIA/EIA/IS-801-1 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations" Section 4.2.2 shall be performed with the following exceptions. The PDE shall be used to determine horizontal error. Satellite vehicles PRN 17 and PRN 21 shall be set to a signal level of -144dBm. All other satellite vehicles shall be set to OFF.

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cdmaOne
Mobile Stations designed to operate in conformance to TIA/EIA/IS-95-A Mobile Station-Base Station Compatibility Standard for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum Cellular System shall be tested per TIA/EIA-98-E Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations. As a minimum, such Mobile Stations shall demonstrate compliance with those sections of TIA/EIA-98-E marked with an X in Appendix A.1 cdmaOne Minimum Performance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

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cdma2000
Mobile Stations designed to operate in conformance to IS-2000 cdma2000 Standards for Spread Spectrum Systems shall demonstrate compliance to TIA/EIA-98-E Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations. As a minimum, such Mobile Stations shall demonstrate compliance with those sections of TIA/EIA-98-E marked with an X in Appendix B.1.A cdma2000 Minimum Performance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

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Access Terminals designed to operate in conformance to TIA/EIA/IS-856-1 cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification shall be tested per TIA-866 Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Access Terminal. As a minimum, such Mobile Stations shall demonstrate compliance with those sections of TIA-866 marked with an X in Appendix B.1.B cdma2000 1x-EvDO Minimum Performance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

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Position Location
Mobile Stations and Access Terminals designed to operate in conformance to TIA/EIA/IS-801-1 Position Determination Service Standard for Dual Mode Spread Spectrum Systems - Addendum 1 shall be tested per TIA-916, Recommended Minimum Performance Specification for TIA/EIA/IS-801-1 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations. As a minimum, such Mobile Stations shall demonstrate compliance with those sections of TIA-916 marked with an X in Appendix B.1.C cdma2000 Position Location Minimum Performance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

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Signaling Conformance

Wireless Mobile Stations and Access Terminals regardless of specific CDMA technology shall demonstrate minimum signaling conformance in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratories shall conduct minimum signaling conformance testing on commercially available test equipment per the relevant test specifications outlined below.

3.1

Purpose

The purpose of Signaling Conformance testing is to perform the maximum set, supported by commercially available test equipment, of the signaling conformance tests specified in TIA/EIA-898, TIA-919, and TIA-918. These tests are performed against automated commercial test equipment. The purpose of these tests is to seek the absolute highest possible level of test coverage under automated, repeatable and fully controllable test conditions.

3.2

Scope

These tests are based on signaling conformance test cases extracted from TIA/EIA-898, TIA-919, and TIA-918. The specific test set up, test procedures and test parameters are referred back to these specifications unless otherwise stated herein.

3.3

cdmaOne

Mobile Stations designed to operate in conformance to TIA/EIA/IS-95-A Mobile StationBase Station Compatibility Standard for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum Cellular System shall be tested per TIA/EIA-898 Signaling Conformance Tests for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems. As a minimum, such Mobile Stations must demonstrate compliance with those sections TIA/EIA-898 marked with an X in Appendix A.2 cdmaOne Signaling Conformance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

3.4

cdma2000

Mobile Stations designed to operate in conformance to IS-2000 cdma2000 Standards for Spread Spectrum Systems shall be tested per TIA/EIA-898 Signaling Conformance Tests for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems. As a minimum, such Mobile Stations shall demonstrate compliance with those sections of TIA/EIA-898 marked with an X in

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Appendix B.2.A cdma2000 Signaling Conformance Tests and Appendix B.2.B cdma2000 Wireless IP Signaling Conformance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

3.5

cdma2000 1xEvDO

Access Terminals designed to operate in conformance to TIA/EIA/IS-856-1 cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification shall be tested per TIA-919 Signaling Conformance Standard for cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface. As a minimum, such Mobile Stations must demonstrate compliance with those sections of TIA919 marked with an X in Appendix B.2.C cdma2000 1x-EvDO Signaling Conformance Tests and Appendix B.2.D cdma2000 1x-EvDO Wireless IP Signaling Conformance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

3.6

Position Location

Mobile Stations and Access Terminals designed to operate in conformance to TIA/EIA/IS801-1 Position Determination Service Standard for Dual Mode Spread Spectrum Systems - Addendum 1 must demonstrate compliance with those sections of TIA-916 Recommended Minimum Performance Specification for TIA/EIA/IS-801-1 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations marked with an X in Appendix B.2.E cdma2000 Position Location Signaling Conformance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

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Handset Stability & Performance

Wireless Mobile Stations and Access Terminals regardless of specific CDMA technology shall demonstrate stability and performance in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratories shall conduct stability and performance testing per the relevant test specifications outlined below. When testing per the specification is not commercially practical, testing shall be conducted on commercial test equipment to the spirit of the specification.

4.1

Purpose

The purpose of Handset Stability & Performance testing is to perform the maximum set, supported by commercially available test equipment, of selected tests from CDG Reference 35, CDG Reference 64, and against certain criteria extracted from industry experience. These tests are performed against automated commercial test equipment. The purpose of these tests is to verify overall terminal robustness and performance.

4.2

Scope

Handset Stability & Performance Testing is based on CDG Reference 35, CDG Reference 64, and on non standards based industry tests. The sections below define the test cases not defined in the standards. When a test procedure is defined in an existing standard the tables in the relevant appendices point to the corresponding section number in the standard.

4.3

cdmaOne

Mobile Stations designed to operate in conformance to TIA/EIA/IS-95-A Mobile StationBase Station Compatibility Standard for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum Cellular System shall be tested per CDG Reference 35 Optional System Performance Tests, Revision 3.0 as marked with an X in Appendix A.3.A cdmaOne CDG 35 Handset Stability and Performance Tests and CDG Reference 64 CDG Stage 3 Testing for cdma2000 as marked with an X in Appendix A.3.B cdmaOne CDG 64 Handset Stability and Performance Tests in order to be considered for CTIA Certification. Test cases marked with NA are deemed not applicable and test cases marked with are deemed not to be required.

4.4

cdma2000

Mobile Stations designed to operate in conformance to IS-2000 cdma2000 Standards for Spread Spectrum Systems shall be tested per CDG Reference 35 Optional System Performance Tests, Revision 3.0 as marked with an X in Appendix B.3.A cdma2000 CDG35 Handset Stability and Performance Tests, CDG Reference 64 CDG Stage 3 Testing for cdma2000 as marked with an X in Appendix B.3.B cdma2000 CDG64 Handset Stability and Performance Tests, and as further defined in this section. Test cases

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TIA/EIA98-E Section
1.3

Description
Fundamental Channel Test Mode 1 (F/R RC1) Fundamental Channel Test Mode 2 (F/R RC2) Fundamental Channel Test Mode 3 (F/R RC3) Supplemental Channel Test Mode 3 (Fwd RC3) Fundamental Channel Test Mode 4 (F-RC4 & R-RC3) Supplemental Channel Test Mode 4 (Fwd RC4) Fundamental Channel Test Mode 5 (F-RC5 & R-RC4) Supplemental Channel Test Mode 5 (Fwd RC5)

Test Required
X X NA
2

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3 3.1 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.1.6 3.1.7 3.1.8 3.1.9 3.1.10 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.1.1 3.2.1.2 3.2.1.3 3.2.1.4 3.2.2 3.2.2.1 3.2.2.2 3.2.2.3 3.2.3 3.2.3.1

CDMA RECEIVER MINIMUM STANDARDS Frequency Coverage Requirements Band Class 0 (800 MHz band) Band Class 1 (1900 MHz band) Band Class 2 (TACS band) Band Class 3 (JTACS band) Band Class 4 (Korean PCS band) Band Class 5 (NMT-450 band) Band Class 6 (IMT-2000 band) Band Class 7 (700 MHz cellular band) Band Class 8 (1800 MHz band) Band Class 9 (900 MHz band) Acquisition Requirements Idle Handoff Tests Idle Handoff in non-Slotted Mode on the Paging Channel Idle Handoff in Slotted Mode on the Paging Channel Idle Handoff in Slotted Mode on the Forward Common Control Channel Idle Handoff to Another Frequency Soft Handoff Tests Neighbor Set Pilot Detection and Incorrect Detection in Soft Handoff Candidate Set Pilot Detection and Incorrect Detection in Soft Handoff Active Set Pilot Loss Detection in Soft Handoff Access and Access Probe Handoff Tests Access Probe Handoff NA X X X X NA X X X X NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

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NA NA X X NA NA NA NA

Description
Access Handoff Candidate Frequency Single Search Forward Common Channel Demodulation Performance Demodulation of non-Slotted Mode Paging Channel Demodulation of Slotted Mode Paging Channel Demodulation of Broadcast Control Channel in AWGN Channel Demodulation of Broadcast Control Channel in Multipath Fading Channel Demodulation of Forward Common Control Channel Demodulation of Common Assignment Channel and Reception of Common Power Control Channel Forward Traffic Channel Demodulation Performance Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in Additive White Gaussian Noise Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in Multipath Fading Channel Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel During Soft Handoff Decision of Power Control Bit for Channels Belonging to Different Power Control Sets During Soft Handoff Decision of Power Control Bit for Channels Belonging to the Same Power Control Set Demodulation of Power Control Subchannel During Soft Handoff Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in Multipath Fading Channel with Closed Loop Power Control (FPC_MODE='000')

Required Required in in Next Future Revision Revision

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3.4.8

Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in Multipath Fading Channel with Closed Loop Power Control (FPC_MODE='010')

NA

3.4.9

Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in Multipath Fading Channel with Outer Loop Power Control and Closed Loop Power Control (FPC_MODE='000', '001' and '010') Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in Multipath Fading Channel with Closed Loop Power Control (FPC_MODE='000') and Transmit Diversity (OTD or STS) Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in Multipath Fading Channel with Closed Loop Power Control (FPC_MODE='010') and Transmit Diversity (OTD or STS)

NA

3.4.10

NA

3.4.11

NA

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NA NA

Description
Demodulation of Power Control Subchannel During Reverse Pilot Channel Gating Demodulation of Power Control Subchannel During Reverse Fundamental Channel Gating Receiver Performance Receiver Sensitivity and Dynamic Range Single Tone Desensitization Intermodulation Spurious Response Attenuation Adjacent Channel Selectivity Receiver Blocking Characteristics Limitations on Emissions (Rx) Conducted Spurious Emissions (Rx) Radiated Spurious Emissions Supervision Paging Channel Forward Traffic Channel CDMA TRANSMITTER MINIMUM STANDARDS Frequency Accuracy Handoff CDMA to CDMA Hard Handoff Transmit Power After Hard Handoff Modulation Requirements Time Reference Reverse Pilot Channel to Code Channel Time Tolerance Reverse Pilot Channel to Code Channel Phase Tolerance Waveform Quality and Frequency Accuracy Code Domain Power RF Output Power Requirements Range of Open Loop Output Power Time Response of Open Loop Power Control Access Probe Output Power Range of Closed Loop Power Control Maximum RF Output Power Minimum Controlled Output Power

Required Required in in Next Future Revision Revision

X X X

X; SFN X

X X X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN NA NA X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN

SFN indicates a Safe-For-Network Test This test is covered during FCC Compliance testing and therefore is not required to be performed by the CATL

When testing RC 3 + SCH, if the procedure outlined in TIA-98-E gives incorrect results, the CATL may use an alternate procedure for conducting this test

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Test Required
X; SFN NA NA

Description
Standby Output Power and Gated Output Power Power Up Function Output Power Code Channel to Reverse Pilot Channel Output Power Accuracy Code Channel Output Power for the Enhanced Access Channel Header, Enhanced Access Channel Data, and Reverse Common Control Channel Data Code Channel Output Power for the Reverse Traffic Channel Reverse Pilot Channel Transmit Phase Discontinuity Reverse Traffic Channel Output Power During Changes in Data Rate Limitations on Emissions (Tx) Conducted Spurious Emissions

Required Required in in Next Future Revision Revision

4.4.9.2.1

NA

4.4.9.2.2 4.4.10 4.4.11 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4
7

NA NA NA

X; SFN SFN

(Tx) Radiated Spurious Emissions Occupied Bandwidth Environmental Requirements Temperature and Power Supply Voltage High Humidity Vibration Stability Shock Stability

X X X X

This test is covered during FCC Compliance testing and therefore is not required to be performed by the CATL for certification testing. For Safe-for-Network testing only, test results may be provided to the CATL by the product manufacturer (in such cases, the test results must be marked as provided by the product manufacturer).

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TIA/EIA898 Section
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 2.26 2.27 2.28 2.29 Miscellaneous Air Interface Tests Pilot PN Offset Hashing CDMA Channels, Paging Channels, and Paging Slot Idle Ping Pong with Quick Paging Channel CCI Quick Paging Indicator Mobile Station Processing of the Access Parameters Message Mobile Station Processing of MIN_P_REV Mobile Station Response to Status Request Message Protocol Discriminator (PD) Test and Link Access Control (LAC) PDU Format Test on the Access Channel Logging Tests SYNC Channel Support POTS Tests Mobile Station Originated Call Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Radio Link Failure During Conversation - Reverse Link Mobile Station to Land Party, Radio Link Failure During Conversation - Forward Link Mobile Station Originated Call, Test Service Options Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Busy Tone Mobile Station to Land Party Call, No Traffic Channel Resources Available Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Reverse Link Failure During Call Setup Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Forward Link Failure During Call Setup Mobile Station Terminated Call Mobile Station terminated Call, Test Service Options Land Party to Mobile Station Call, Mobile Operating in Slotted Mode MSID, MCC, and IMSI TMSI Assignment TMSI Expiration Time Mobile Station to Land Party Call, DTMF Forward Traffic Channel DTMF Tone Signaling Enhanced DTMF Signaling Channel Assignment from CDMA to AMPS PACA Origination, User Terminates While Still In Queue PACA Origination, Idle Handoff While in Queue PACA Origination, Traffic Channel Becomes Available PACA Origination, Features Interaction PACA Origination, Permanent Invocation PACA Origination, PACA Disabled for Mobile Station True IMSI Support Initial Service Configuration and Negotiation Base Station Requested Service Negotiation (Successful Scenarios) Base Station Reject Scenarios during Service Negotiation Mobile Station Reject Scenarios during Service Negotiation NA NA NA NA NA NA X NA NA NA NA X X X X X; SFN X X; SFN X; SFN X X X X X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X X NA NA X X X NA X X

Description

Required for Required in Required in P_REV_IN_USE Next Future <= 3 Revision Revision

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Description
Required for Required in Required in P_REV_IN_USE Next Future <= 3 Revision Revision NA NA X NA NA NA NA X; SFN X X X X; SFN NA NA NA X NA NA NA X X X X X NA NA X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X; SFN X X X X X X

Service Negotiation Completion via General Handoff Direction Message and Universal Handoff Direction Message SCR without NN-SCR and NN-SCR without SCR in General Handoff Direction Message and Universal Handoff Direction Message Base Station Request Overrides the Mobile Station Request Service Negotiation Involving Partial SCR and/or Partial NN-SCR Quasi-Orthogonal Functions (QOF) assignment Release Order on Access Channel Handoff Tests Soft Handoff with Dynamic Threshold Hard Handoff Between Frequencies in the Same Band Class Hard Handoff from CDMA to AMPS Soft Handoff in Fading Hard Handoff in Fading Hard Handoff Between Different Band Classes Hard Handoff with and without Return on Failure Search Window Size and Offset Per Neighbor Access Handoffs Traffic Channel Preamble during Hard Handoff Between Frequencies in same band Hopping Pilot Beacon Hard Handoff Between Frequencies with Different Radio Configurations Handoff on Same Frequency with Different Radio Configurations Hard Handoff while in the Waiting for Mobile Station Answer Substate Inter-Frequency Hard Handoff (CDMA to CDMA) Inter-Frequency Hard Handoff (CDMA to AMPS) Hard Handoff Between Frequencies with Different Protocol Revisions Power Control Tests Forward Traffic Channel Power Control Mobile Station Response to Power Up Function (PUF) Message Fast Forward Power Control (FFPC) Registration Tests Power-Up Registration Power-Down Registration Timer-Based Registration Distance-Based Registration Zone-Based Registration Parameter-Change Registration Registration Under Various Settings of MOB_TERM Authentication Tests Shared Secret Data Initialized to Zero Shared Secret Data Update on the Paging/Access Channels Shared Secret Data Update on the Forward/Reverse Traffic Channels Mismatched A-Keys Activating Voice Privacy on Call Setup Activating Voice Privacy at the Mobile Station When a Call Is Active

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Description
Required for Required in Required in P_REV_IN_USE Next Future <= 3 Revision Revision X X X X X X X X; SFN X; SFN X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Signaling Message Encryption on Forward Traffic Channel (Alert with Information Message) Signaling Message Encryption on Reverse Traffic Channel (Burst DTMF Message) Hard Handoffs between Base Stations with SME Active. Signaling Message Encryption Mobile Terminated SMS (Data Burst Message) Authentication Upon Originations Hard Handoff from CDMA to AMPS with SME Active Service Redirection Global Service Redirection Tests Network Directed System Selection and Normal Service Redirection Tests Extended Global Service Redirection Tests Short Message Service (SMS) Mobile Station Terminated SMS Tests Mobile Station Originated SMS Tests Broadcast SMS Tests Subscriber Calling Features Tests Call Forwarding Three-Way Calling Land Party to Mobile Station Caller ID Call Waiting Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) Land Party to Mobile Station Calling Name Presentation Display Records TTY/TDD Answer Holding User Selective Call Forwarding Asynchronous Data and Fax Services Send/Receive Fax Upload/Download Binary File Simultaneous Two-way File Transfer/Carrier Detect Compound AT Command, Initialization and Connection Delay Escaping to Command Mode Air Interface Data Compression RLP Operation in a Poor RF Environment RLP Abort and TCP Retransmit Test Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Requests/Replies Reflection of AT Command Parameters Packet Data Services Tests Terminal Session with Remote Host File Transfer IP Address Negotiation V-J Header Compression Asynchronous Control Character Mapping (ACCM) Negotiation PPP Field Compression Maximum Receive Unit (MRU)

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Description
Required for Required in Required in P_REV_IN_USE Next Future <= 3 Revision Revision X X X X X X X X NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA X X X X NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

MSPD Call Setup, Mobile Station Maximum Multiplex Option Less than Base Station Maximum Multiplex Option MSPD Call Setup, Mobile station Maximum Multiplex Option Greater than Base Station Maximum Multiplex Option Allocation/De-allocation of Supplemental Code Channels No Transmission on Supplemental Code Channels Soft Handoff with Supplemental Code Channels Adding Supplemental Code Channels during Soft Handoff Hard Handoff to an MSPD-Capable System RLP Operation in Rayleigh Fading Environment RLP Operation with Severely Degraded Channel Bi-Directional File Transfers with Forward Supplemental Code Channels R Interface Flow Control Dormant Timer Packet Zone ID High Speed Packet Data Forward File Transfer Reverse File Transfer Bi-directional File Transfer Basic Supplemental Channel Configuration Setting and Single Assignment Supplemental Channel Multiple Assignments Turbo Coding on Supplemental Channel Correct Walsh Cover Supplemental Channel Discontinuous Transmission Slotted Timer Retry Order and Delay for Origination Message Retry Order and Delay for Supplemental Channel Request Messages Retry Order and Delay for Resource Request Messages Base Station Initiated Active to Control Hold Mode Transitions Mobile Station Initiated Active to Control Hold Mode Transitions Base Station Initiated Control Hold to Active Mode Transitions

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Description
Required for Required in Required in P_REV_IN_USE Next Future <= 3 Revision Revision X NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA X X NA NA NA NA

Mobile Station Initiated Control Hold to Active Mode Transitions Base Station Ignores Mobile Station Requested Mode Transitions Mobile station Multiplex Option different from Base Station Multiplex Option Soft Handoff of Fundamental Channel and Supplemental Channels Soft Handoff of Fundamental Channel only Adding Supplemental Channels during Soft Handoff Hard Handoff to HSPD-capable system Hard Handoff from MSPD to HSPD Hard Handoff from LSPD to HSPD Hard Handoff to a different RC Mobile Station Aborts R-SCH RLP Operation in Rayleigh Fading Environment RLP Operation in Severely Degraded Channel Mobile Station Originated Short Data Burst Mobile Station Terminated Short Data Burst Mobile Assisted Burst Operation Parameters Message Test Mobile Station and Base Station Operating in Different States

Data Services Tests Annex


14 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 15 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5 16 16.1 17 17.1 17.2 17.3 Over-The-Air Services OTASP Service Request Processing OTAPA Service Request Processing for a Mobile Station in Mobile Station Idle State OTAPA Service Request Processing for a Mobile Station in Conversation Substate OTAPA Service Request Processing Interrupted by User Action System Selection for Preferred Roaming OTASP Service Provisioning For System Selection and Preferred Roaming Non-Acquisition of a System on Negative Preferred Roaming List (PRL) Emergency Call On a System that is Negative on PRL or SID List OTASP For System Selection and Preferred Roaming - Oversize PRL OTAPA Service Provisioning for System Selection and Preferred Roaming for a Mobile Station in Mobile Station Idle State Message Driven Indicators Enhanced Roaming Indicator Forward Compatibility Tests Sync Channel Paging Channel Traffic Channel X X X X X X Required Required in Required in Future for Next Revision P_REV_IN_ Revision USE <= 3 X X X X

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CDG Ref 35 Section
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2 2.1 2.2 3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5

System Performance Test


Audio Quality Tests Acoustic Dropouts in Hard Handoffs Acoustic Time Delay MOS (Mean Opinion Score) Predictive Test System Frequency Response Test Frame Error Rate Mobile Station Talk time/Standby Time Tests Mobile Station Talk Time Mobile Station Standby Time Reserved Preferred Roaming List TESTS Preferred Roaming List, Positive Entry Test Emergency Call On a System that is Negative on PRL System Acquisition OTASP For System Selection and Preferred Roaming Oversize PRL OTASP For System Selection and Preferred Roaming - PRL Upgrade with Shorter List

Required in Next Required Revision Test

Required in Future Revision


X X

X X

X X

X X X

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CDG Ref 64 Section
4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.3 4.3.1 4.4 4.4.1 4.4.2 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.5.4 4.5.5 4.6 4.6.1 4.6.2 4.6.3 4.6.4 4.6.5 4.6.6 4.6.7 4.6.8 4.7 4.7.1 4.7.2 4.7.3 4.8 4.8.1 4.8.2

Test Case Name


System Acquisition and Registration System Acquisition and Power-Up Registration Power-Down Registration System Acquisition from a Less Preferred System Successful Access Mobile Originated Call Success Rate Mobile Terminated Call Success Rate In-Call Drive Tests Long Call Maintenance with Handoffs and Fading Idle State Drive Tests Slotted Mode with Idle Handoffs and Registrations Service Redirection SMS SMS Mobile Terminated in Idle State SMS Mobile Originated from Idle State SMS While in a Call SMS Message Undeliverable SMS Reply Option Subscriber Calling Features Call Waiting 3-Way Calling Caller ID Call Forwarding DTMF TTY Voice Privacy CDMA Authentication Voice Mail Voice Mail Notification Voice Mail Retrieval No Answer with Release Order OTA Provisioning and Maintenance OTA Service Activation OTA PRL Update

Required in Next Required Revision

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4.9 4.9.1 4.9.2 4.9.3 4.10 4.10.1 4.10.2 4.10.3 4.10.4 4.10.5 4.10.6 4.10.7 4.10.8 4.10.9 4.10.10 4.11 4.11.1 4.11.2 4.11.3 4.11.4 4.12 4.12.1 4.12.2 Mini-Browser Mini-Browser Access in 3G (CDMA2000) Mini-Browser Access in 2G (IS-95) Mini-Browser Handoffs Between 2G and 3G HSPD Tests HSPD Basic Connection to the Internet HSPD File Transfer Data Rate HSPD Drive Test HSPD PPP or IP Expiration HSPD Mobile IP PDSN Hard Handoff HSPD Mobile IP PDSN Dormant Idle Handoff HSPD Ping while Dormant HSPD Call Drop or Temporary Loss of Service HSPD and Voice Calls HSPD and SMS Asynchronous Data and Fax Initialization and Connection Delay Mobile Origination and Speaker On Until Connect Send/Receive Fax Upload/Download Binary File AMPS Hard Handoff from CDMA to AMPS Service Redirection from CDMA to AMPS

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Required in Next Required Revision
NA NA NA

Test Case Name

Required in Future Revision

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TIA/EIA-98-E Section Description 1.3 Fundamental Channel Test Mode 1 (F/R RC1) Fundamental Channel Test Mode 2 (F/R RC2) Fundamental Channel Test Mode 3 (F/R RC3) Supplemental Channel Test Mode 3 (Fwd RC3) Fundamental Channel Test Mode 4 (F-RC4 & R-RC3) Supplemental Channel Test Mode 4 (Fwd RC4) Fundamental Channel Test Mode 5 (F-RC5 & R-RC4) Supplemental Channel Test Mode 5 (Fwd RC5) 3 CDMA RECEIVER MINIMUM STANDARDS 3.1 Frequency Coverage Requirements 3.1.1 Band Class 0 (800 MHz band) 3.1.2 Band Class 1 (1900 MHz band) 3.1.3 Band Class 2 (TACS band) 3.1.4 Band Class 3 (JTACS band) 3.1.5 Band Class 4 (Korean PCS band) 3.1.6 Band Class 5 (NMT-450 band) 3.1.7 Band Class 6 (IMT-2000 band) 3.1.8 Band Class 7 (700 MHz cellular band) 3.1.9 Band Class 8 (1800 MHz band) 3.1.10 Band Class 9 (900 MHz band) 3.2 Acquisition Requirements 3.2.1 Idle Handoff Tests 3.2.1.1 Idle Handoff in Non-Slotted Mode on the Paging Channel 3.2.1.2 Idle Handoff in Slotted Mode on the Paging Channel 3.2.1.3 Idle Handoff in Slotted Mode on the Forward Common Control Channel 3.2.1.4 Idle Handoff to Another Frequency 3.2.2 Soft Handoff Tests 3.2.2.1 Neighbor Set Pilot Detection and Incorrect Detection in Soft Handoff 3.2.2.2 Candidate Set Pilot Detection and Incorrect Detection in Soft Handoff 3.2.2.38 Active Set Pilot Loss Detection in Soft Handoff 3.2.3 Access and Access Probe Handoff Tests 3.2.3.1 Access Probe Handoff
Required for Required in P_REV_IN_USE Next Revision =6 Required in Future Revision

X X X X X X X X

X X NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

X X X X

X X X X

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X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

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Appendix B.1.B cdma2000 1x-EvDO Minimum Performance Tests


IS-866 Section 3.1.1.2.1 3.1.1.2.2 3.1.1.2.3 3.1.1.2.4 3.1.1.2.5 3.1.1.3.1 3.1.1.3.2 3.1.1.3.3 3.1.1.3.4 3.1.1.3.5 3.1.1.4.1 3.1.1.4.2 3.1.2.1.2 3.1.2.2.1 3.1.2.2.2 3.1.2.2.3 Description Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in AWGN Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel in Multi-path Fading Channel Decision of Power Control Bit for Channels belonging to Different Power Control Sets during Soft Handoff Decision of Power Control Bit for Channels belonging to the Same Power Control Set Demodulation of Reverse Power Control Channel during Soft Handoff Receiver Sensitivity and Dynamic Range Single Tone Desensitization Intermodulation Spurious Response Attenuation Adjacent Channel Selectivity Receiver Blocking Characteristics Limitations on Emissions Conducted Spurious Emissions Radiated Spurious Emissions Transmitter Minimum Standards Frequency Accuracy Modulation Requirements Time Reference Waveform Quality and Frequency Accuracy Redundant ACK Transmission
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Description RF Output Power Requirements 3.1.2.3.1 Range of Open Loop Output Power 3.1.2.3.2 Time Response of Open Loop Power Control 3.1.2.3.3 Range of Closed Loop Power Control 3.1.2.3.4 Maximum RF Output Power 3.1.2.3.5 Minimum Controlled Output Power 3.1.2.3.6 Standby Output Power 3.1.2.3.7 RRI Channel Output Power Code Domain Power 3.1.2.3.8.1 DRC Channel Output Power 3.1.2.3.8.2 ACK Channel Output Power 3.1.2.3.8.3 Data Channel Output Power Limitations on Emissions 3.1.2.4.1 Conducted Spurious Emissions Radiated Spurious Emissions 3.1.2.4.3 Occupied Bandwidth MAC Layer Minimum Standards 4.1.1.1 Control Channel Supervision Forward Traffic Channel MAC Protocol 4.2.1.1 Data Rate Control Performance 4.2.1.2 Demodulation of Forward Traffic Channel during Soft Handoff 4.2.1.3 Supervision Procedures in Variable Rate State Access Channel MAC Protocol 4.3.1.1 Access Probes Output Power Reverse Traffic Channel MAC Protocol 4.4.1.1 Reverse Traffic Channel Initial Transmit Power 4.4.1.2 Reverse Traffic Channel Transmit Power 4.4.1.3 Demodulation of the Reverse Activity Channel 4.4.1.4 Reverse Traffic Channel MAC rate transition probabilities Key Exchange Protocol 5.1.1.1 Key Signature Computation time Idle State 6.1.1.1.1 Idle Handoff in Continuous Operation Mode 6.1.1.1.2 Idle Handoff in Slotted Operation Mode 6.1.1.1.3 Idle Handoff in Suspended Operation Mode Connected State Neighbor Set Pilot Detection and Incorrect Detection in Soft 6.1.1.2.1 Handoff Candidate Set Pilot Detection and Incorrect Detection in Soft 6.1.1.2.2 Handoff 6.1.1.2.3 Active Set Pilot Loss Detection in Soft Handoff 6.1.1.2.4 Hard Handoff to another Frequency Environmental Requirements 10.1 Temperature and Power Supply Voltage 10.2 High Humidity 10.3 Vibration Stability 10.4 Shock Stability IS-866 Section

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Appendix B.1.C cdma2000 Position Location Minimum Performance Tests


IS-916 Section
2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.1.1 2.1.1.2 2.1.1.3 2.1.1.4 2.1.2 2.1.2.1 3 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.2 4

Description
GPS MINIMUM SPECIFICATION GPS Performance Specifications Stationary Location Tests GPS Accuracy Test GPS Dynamic Range Test GPS Sensitivity Test GPS Multipath Accuracy Test Moving Scenario Test Moving Scenario GPS Accuracy Test AFLT MINIMUM SPECIFICATION AFLT Performance Specifications AFLT Accuracy Test AFLT Sensitivity Test HYBRID MINIMUM SPECIFICATION

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Hybrid Performance Specifications One Base Station +Three Satellites Hybrid Test Two Base Stations +One Satellite Hybrid Test X; SFN

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Appendix B.2.A cdma2000 Signaling Conformance Tests


TIA/EIA898 Section
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9
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Description
Miscellaneous Air Interface Tests Pilot PN Offset Hashing CDMA Channels, Paging Channels, and Paging Slot Idle Ping Pong with Quick Paging Channel CCI Quick Paging Indicator Mobile Station Processing of the Access Parameters Message Mobile Station Processing of MIN_P_REV Mobile Station Response to Status Request Message Protocol Discriminator (PD) Test and Link Access Control (LAC) PDU Format Test on the Access Channel Logging Tests SYNC Channel Support POTS Tests Mobile Station Originated Call Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Radio Link Failure During Conversation Reverse Link Mobile Station to Land Party, Radio Link Failure During Conversation Forward Link Mobile Station Originated Call, Test Service Options Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Busy Tone Mobile Station to Land Party Call, No Traffic Channel Resources Available Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Reverse Link Failure During Call Setup Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Forward Link Failure During Call Setup Mobile Station Terminated Call Mobile Station terminated Call, Test Service Options Land Party to Mobile Station Call, Mobile Operating in Slotted Mode MSID, MCC, and IMSI TMSI Assignment TMSI Expiration Time Mobile Station to Land Party Call, DTMF Forward Traffic Channel DTMF Tone Signaling Enhanced DTMF Signaling Channel Assignment from CDMA to AMPS PACA Origination, User Terminates While Still In Queue

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1.10 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19

X X X X

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2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 2.26 2.27 2.28 2.29 2.30 2.31 2.32 2.33 2.34 2.35 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 5

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PACA Origination, Idle Handoff While in Queue PACA Origination, Traffic Channel Becomes Available PACA Origination, Features Interaction PACA Origination, Permanent Invocation PACA Origination, PACA Disabled for Mobile Station True IMSI Support Initial Service Configuration and Negotiation Base Station Requested Service Negotiation (Successful Scenarios) Base Station Reject Scenarios during Service Negotiation Mobile Station Reject Scenarios during Service Negotiation Service Negotiation Completion via General Handoff Direction Message and Universal Handoff Direction Message SCR without NN-SCR and NN-SCR without SCR in General Handoff Direction Message and Universal Handoff Direction Message Base Station Request Overrides the Mobile Station Request Service Negotiation Involving Partial SCR and/or Partial NN-SCR Quasi-Orthogonal Functions (QOF) assignment Release Order on Access Channel Handoff Tests Soft Handoff with Dynamic Threshold Hard Handoff Between Frequencies in the Same Band Class Hard Handoff from CDMA to AMPS Soft Handoff in Fading Hard Handoff in Fading Hard Handoff Between Different Band Classes Hard Handoff with and without Return on Failure Search Window Size and Offset Per Neighbor Access Handoffs Traffic Channel Preamble during Hard Handoff Between Frequencies in same band Hopping Pilot Beacon Hard Handoff Between Frequencies with Different Radio Configurations Handoff on Same Frequency with Different Radio Configurations Hard Handoff while in the Waiting for Mobile Station Answer Substate Inter-Frequency Hard Handoff (CDMA to CDMA) Inter-Frequency Hard Handoff (CDMA to AMPS) Hard Handoff Between Frequencies with Different Protocol Revisions Power Control Tests Forward Traffic Channel Power Control Mobile Station Response to Power Up Function (PUF) Message Fast Forward Power Control (FFPC) Registration Tests

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 6.11 6.12 7 7.1 7.2 7.3 8 8.1 8.2 9 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6
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Description
Power-Up Registration Power-Down Registration Timer-Based Registration Distance-Based Registration Zone-Based Registration Parameter-Change Registration Registration Under Various Settings of MOB_TERM Authentication Tests Shared Secret Data Initialized to Zero Shared Secret Data Update on the Paging/Access Channels Shared Secret Data Update on the Forward/Reverse Traffic Channels Mismatched A-Keys Activating Voice Privacy on Call Setup Activating Voice Privacy at the Mobile Station When a Call Is Active Signaling Message Encryption on Forward Traffic Channel (Alert with Information Message) Signaling Message Encryption on Reverse Traffic Channel (Burst DTMF Message) Hard Handoffs between Base Stations with SME Active. Signaling Message Encryption Mobile Terminated SMS (Data Burst Message) Authentication Upon Originations Hard Handoff from CDMA to AMPS with SME Active Service Redirection Global Service Redirection Tests Network Directed System Selection and Normal Service Redirection Tests Extended Global Service Redirection Tests Short Message Service (SMS) Mobile Station Terminated SMS Tests Mobile Station Originated SMS Tests Broadcast SMS Tests Subscriber Calling Features Tests Call Forwarding Three-Way Calling Land Party to Mobile Station Caller ID Call Waiting Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) Land Party to Mobile Station Calling Name Presentation

8.3

X X X X X X

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9.7 9.8 9.9 9.10 10 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 10.7 10.8 10.9 10.10 11 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 11.8 11.9 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 11.15 12 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 Display Records TTY/TDD Answer Holding User Selective Call Forwarding Asynchronous Data and Fax Services Send/Receive Fax Upload/Download Binary File Simultaneous Two-way File Transfer/Carrier Detect Compound AT Command, Initialization and Connection Delay Escaping to Command Mode Air Interface Data Compression RLP Operation in a Poor RF Environment RLP Abort and TCP Retransmit Test Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Requests/Replies Reflection of AT Command Parameters Packet Data Services Tests Terminal Session with Remote Host File Transfer IP Address Negotiation V-J Header Compression Asynchronous Control Character Mapping (ACCM) Negotiation PPP Field Compression Maximum Receive Unit (MRU) Mobile Station Inactivity Timer IWF Inactivity Timer Radio Link Protocol (RLP) Operation in Rayleigh Fading RLP Abort and Upper Layer Retransmit RLP Encryption Negotiation Hardware Flow Control Re-connect after Hard Handoff Zone-Based Registration for Packet Data Mobile Stations Medium-Speed Packet Data Forward File Transfer with Fundamental and Supplemental Code Channels Forward File Transfer with Variable Supplemental Code Channels MSPD Call Setup, No Negotiation MSPD Call Setup, Negotiation to a Different MSPD Service Option MSPD Call Setup, Negotiation to LSPD

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Description

NA NA

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12.6 12.7 12.8 12.9 12.10 12.11 12.12 12.13 12.14 12.15 12.16 12.17 12.18 13 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 13.8 13.9 13.10 13.11 13.12 13.13 13.14 13.15 13.16 13.17 13.18 13.19 13.20 13.21 13.22 13.23 13.24 13.25

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Description
MSPD Call Setup, Mobile Station Maximum Multiplex Option Less than Base Station Maximum Multiplex Option MSPD Call Setup, Mobile station Maximum Multiplex Option Greater than Base Station Maximum Multiplex Option Allocation/De-allocation of Supplemental Code Channels No Transmission on Supplemental Code Channels Soft Handoff with Supplemental Code Channels Adding Supplemental Code Channels during Soft Handoff Hard Handoff to an MSPD-Capable System RLP Operation in Rayleigh Fading Environment RLP Operation with Severely Degraded Channel Bi-Directional File Transfers with Forward Supplemental Code Channels R Interface Flow Control Dormant Timer Packet Zone ID High Speed Packet Data Forward File Transfer Reverse File Transfer Bi-directional File Transfer Basic Supplemental Channel Configuration Setting and Single Assignment Supplemental Channel Multiple Assignments Turbo Coding on Supplemental Channel Correct Walsh Cover Supplemental Channel Discontinuous Transmission Slotted Timer Retry Order and Delay for Origination Message Retry Order and Delay for Supplemental Channel Request Messages Retry Order and Delay for Resource Request Messages Base Station Initiated Active to Control Hold Mode Transitions Mobile Station Initiated Active to Control Hold Mode Transitions Base Station Initiated Control Hold to Active Mode Transitions Mobile Station Initiated Control Hold to Active Mode Transitions Base Station Ignores Mobile Station Requested Mode Transitions Mobile station Multiplex Option different from Base Station Multiplex Option Soft Handoff of Fundamental Channel and Supplemental Channels Soft Handoff of Fundamental Channel only Adding Supplemental Channels during Soft Handoff Hard Handoff to HSPD-capable system Hard Handoff from MSPD to HSPD Hard Handoff from LSPD to HSPD Hard Handoff to a different RC

NA NA NA NA

NA

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13.26 13.27 13.28 13.29 13.30 13.31 13.32 Mobile Station Aborts R-SCH RLP Operation in Rayleigh Fading Environment RLP Operation in Severely Degraded Channel Mobile Station Originated Short Data Burst Mobile Station Terminated Short Data Burst Mobile Assisted Burst Operation Parameters Message Test Mobile Station and Base Station Operating in Different States

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X X X X X

Data Services Tests Annex


14 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 15 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5 16 16.1 17 17.1 17.2 17.3
17 18 19 20

Over-The-Air Services OTASP Service Request Processing OTAPA Service Request Processing for a Mobile Station in Mobile Station Idle State OTAPA Service Request Processing for a Mobile Station in Conversation Substate OTAPA Service Request Processing Interrupted by User Action System Selection for Preferred Roaming OTASP Service Provisioning For System Selection and Preferred Roaming Non-Acquisition of a System on Negative Preferred Roaming List (PRL) Emergency Call On a System that is Negative on PRL or SID List OTASP For System Selection and Preferred Roaming - Oversize PRL OTAPA Service Provisioning for System Selection and Preferred Roaming for a Mobile Station in Mobile Station Idle State Message Driven Indicators Enhanced Roaming Indicator Forward Compatibility Tests Sync Channel Paging Channel Traffic Channel X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

TBD TBD TBD TBD

Mobile Station Inactivity Timer R Interface Flow Control Dormant Timer Packet Zone ID

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Appendix B.2.B cdma2000 Wireless IP Signaling Conformance Tests


TIA/EIA- 918 Description Required Section Number 3 Simple IP Tests Simple IP Establishment without Authentication of 3.1 the Mobile Station 3.2 3.3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Simple IP Establishment with CHAP Simple IP Establishment with PAP Agent Discovery and Registration Successful PPP Negotiation and Termination Agent Discovery and Registration using Dynamic Home Address Assignment Successful Scenario Agent Discovery and Registration using Static Home Address Assignment Successful Scenario Router Advertisement Lifetime Expires Mobile Station Registration Request Failed HA has Insufficient Resources Mobile Station Registration Request Retry Registration Lifetime Processing Timestamp Error Mobile Station De-Registers Simultaneous Simple IP and Mobile IP Handoffs Inter-PDSN Handoff Mobile Station in Active State Inter-PDSN handoff Mobile Station in dormant State Intra-PDSN Handoff Mobile Station in Active State Intra-PDSN Handoff Mobile Station in dormant State Simple IP Inter-PDSN Idle Handoff Simple IP Intra-PDSN Handoff Mobile Station in dormant State Authentication and IPsec Security Association Support RADIUS Support Successful Scenario RADIUS Support Unsuccessful Scenario IPSec Security Support Preserving of Existing Security Association Authehntication Failure MN-HA Authenticator is Invalid Foreign Agent Reverse Tunnel Registration Behavior Private Network Support Successful Scenario Required in Next Revision Required in Future Revision

X X X

X X X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X

6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6

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TIA/EIA- 918 Section Description Required Number 6.7 Private Network Support Unsuccessful Scenario Successful Authentication using the MN-AAA 6.8 Extension 7 Network Specific Tests Mobile IP Registration Request with Invalid 7.1 Extensions 7.2 Foreign Agent Busy Mobile IP Registration Request Rejected Invalid 7.3 Home Address Registration Rejected by FA Poorly Formed 7.4 Request Registration Rejected by Home Agent 7.5 Administratively Prohibited Agent Advertisements not sent to Mobile Station 7.6 using Simple IP 7.7 Mobile IP Registration Expires Mobile IP Registration Request Lifetime Exceeds 7.8 Agent Advertisement Lifetime 7.9 Multiple Home Addresses Mobile Station Assigned Same Home Address By 7.10 Two Home Agents 7.11 Ingress Address Filtering IPsec Security Support Statically Configured IKE 7.12 Pre-Shared Secret IP Security Support Dynamically Configured IKE 7.13 Pre-Shared Secret Security Association using Public X.509 7.14 Certificates Security Association using the Root X.509 7.15 Certificates Unsuccessful IPsec Security Association 7.16 Establishment 7.17 PDSN Clears PPP State R-P Session Closed PDSN Terminates Simple IP Session Due to 7.18 PDSN PPP Inactivity Timer Expiration PDSN Terminates a Simple IP Session when the 7.19 R-P Session is Closed 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Accounting Accounting Scenario without Containers and No Change in Multiplex Options User Zone or QoS Accounting Scenario with Containers and a Change in Multiplex Options User Zone or QoS Accounting Scenario without Containers and a Change in Multiplex Options User Zone or QoS Multiple Home Agent Test with Accounting

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Description Single Home Agent and Simple IP Test with Accounting HDLC Byte Accounting Test with Simple IP Simple IP Test with Accounting and CHAP Simple IP Test with Accounting and PAP

Appendix B.2.C cdma2000 1x-EvDO Signaling Conformance Tests


IS-919 Reference 2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.1.1 2.1.1.2 2.1.2 2.1.2.1 2.1.2.2 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.1.1 2.2.1.2 2.2.1.3 2.2.1.4 2.2.1.5 2.2.1.6 2.2.1.7 2.2.2 2.2.2.1 2.2.2.2 2.2.2.3 2.2.2.4 2.2.2.5 2.2.2.6 2.2.2.7 Test Case Name Default Signaling Application Tests Default Signaling Network Protocol Tests Access Network Tests SNP Header Test Minimum Standard Access Terminal Tests SNP Header Test Minimum Standard Default Signaling Link Protocol Tests Access Network Tests SLP Initialization Test SLP-D Sequence Number Increment Tests Reliable-Delivery SLP-D Packet Transmission Test Reliable-Delivery SLP-D Packet Acknowledgment Test Retransmission of Unacknowledged ReliableDelivery SLP-D Packet Test Successful Reassembly of SLP-F Packets Sent on the Access Channel Test Successful Reassembly of SLP-F Packets Sent on the Reverse Traffic Channel Test Access Terminal Tests SLP Initialization Tests SLP Reset Test SLP-D Sequence Number Increment Test Reliable-Delivery SLP-D Packet Transmission Test Reliable-Delivery SLP-D Packet Acknowledgement Test Retransmission of Unacknowledged ReliableDelivery SLP-D Packet Test Successful Reassembly of SLP-F Packets Sent on the Forward Traffic Channel Test Required Required in Next Revision Required in Future Revision

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Appendix B.2.D cdma2000 1x-EvDO Wireless IP Signaling Conformance Tests


TIA/EIA- 918 Description Required Section Number 3 Simple IP Tests 3.1 Simple IP Establishment without Authentication of the Mobile Station 3.2 Simple IP Establishment with CHAP 3.3 Simple IP Establishment with PAP 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Agent Discovery and Registration Successful PPP Negotiation and Termination Agent Discovery and Registration using Dynamic Home Address Assignment Successful Scenario Agent Discovery and Registration using Static Home Address Assignment Successful Scenario Router Advertisement Lifetime Expires Mobile Station Registration Request Failed HA has Insufficient Resources Mobile Station Registration Request Retry Registration Lifetime Processing Timestamp Error Mobile Station De-Registers Simultaneous Simple IP and Mobile IP Handoffs Inter-PDSN Handoff Mobile Station in Active State Inter-PDSN handoff Mobile Station in dormant State Intra-PDSN Handoff Mobile Station in Active State Intra-PDSN Handoff Mobile Station in dormant State Simple IP Inter-PDSN Idle Handoff Simple IP Intra-PDSN Handoff Mobile Station in dormant State Authentication and IPsec Security Association Support RADIUS Support Successful Scenario RADIUS Support Unsuccessful Scenario IPSec Security Support Preserving of Existing Security Association Authentication Failure MN-HA Authenticator is Invalid Required in Next Revision X X X Required in Future Revision

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Appendix B.2.E cdma2000 Position Location Signaling Conformance Tests


IS-916 Section Description Required

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GPS Minimum Specifications GPS Protocol Tests GPS Position Location Session on the Paging Channel Test Mobile Station Originated GPS Position Location Test Mobile Station Originated GPS Position Location Session on the Access Channel Mobile Station Originated GPS Position Location Session on the Dedicated Channel AFLT Minimum Specification AFLT Protocol Tests AFLT Position Location Session on the Paging Channel Test Mobile Station Originated AFLT Position Location Test Mobile Station Originated AFLT Position Location Session on the Access Channel Mobile Station Originated AFLT Position Location Session on the Dedicated Channel

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Appendix B.3.A cdma2000 CDG35 Handset Stability and Performance Tests


CDG Ref 35 Section
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Audio Quality Tests Acoustic Dropouts in Hard Handoffs Acoustic Time Delay MOS (Mean Opinion Score) Predictive Test System Frequency Response Test Frame Error Rate Mobile Station Talk time/Standby Time Tests Mobile Station Talk Time Mobile Station Standby Time Reserved Preferred Roaming List TESTS Preferred Roaming List, Positive Entry Test Emergency Call On a System that is Negative on PRL System Acquisition OTASP For System Selection and Preferred Roaming Oversize PRL OTASP For System Selection and Preferred Roaming - PRL Upgrade with Shorter List

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Appendix B.3.B cdma2000 CDG64 Handset Stability and Performance Tests


CDG Ref 64 Section
4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.3 4.3.1 4.4 4.4.1 4.4.2 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.5.4 4.5.5 4.6 4.6.1 4.6.2 4.6.3 4.6.4 4.6.5 4.6.6 4.6.7 4.6.8 4.7 4.7.1 4.7.2 4.7.3 4.8 4.8.1 4.8.2

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System Acquisition and Registration System Acquisition and Power-Up Registration Power-Down Registration System Acquisition from a Less Preferred System Successful Access Mobile Originated Call Success Rate Mobile Terminated Call Success Rate In-Call Drive Tests Long Call Maintenance with Handoffs and Fading Idle State Drive Tests Slotted Mode with Idle Handoffs and Registrations Service Redirection SMS SMS Mobile Terminated in Idle State SMS Mobile Originated from Idle State SMS While in a Call SMS Message Undeliverable SMS Reply Option Subscriber Calling Features Call Waiting 3-Way Calling Caller ID Call Forwarding DTMF TTY Voice Privacy CDMA Authentication Voice Mail Voice Mail Notification Voice Mail Retrieval No Answer with Release Order OTA Provisioning and Maintenance OTA Service Activation OTA PRL Update

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4.9 4.9.1 4.9.2 4.9.3 4.10 4.10.1 4.10.2 4.10.3 4.10.4 4.10.5 4.10.6 4.10.7 4.10.8 4.10.9 4.10.10 4.11 4.11.1 4.11.2 4.11.3 4.11.4 4.12 4.12.1 4.12.2 Mini-Browser Mini-Browser Access in 3G (CDMA2000) Mini-Browser Access in 2G (IS-95) Mini-Browser Handoffs Between 2G and 3G HSPD Tests HSPD Basic Connection to the Internet HSPD File Transfer Data Rate HSPD Drive Test HSPD PPP or IP Expiration HSPD Mobile IP PDSN Hard Handoff HSPD Mobile IP PDSN Dormant Idle Handoff HSPD Ping while Dormant HSPD Call Drop or Temporary Loss of Service HSPD and Voice Calls HSPD and SMS Asynchronous Data and Fax Initialization and Connection Delay Mobile Origination and Speaker On Until Connect Send/Receive Fax Upload/Download Binary File AMPS Hard Handoff from CDMA to AMPS Service Redirection from CDMA to AMPS

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Appendix C Safe-For-Network Test Report Format


cdmaOne
Terminal Version Terminal Hardware Type Terminal SW Version IS-98-E Section # Test Description Test Result

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CDMA2000
Terminal Version Terminal Hardware Type Terminal SW Version IS-98-E Section # Test Description Test Result

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CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
Terminal Version Terminal Hardware Type Terminal SW Version IS-866 Section # Test Description Test Result

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CDMA2000 Position Location


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