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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

Contents

Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)


Foreword...................................................................................................................................................6 1 Scope......................................................................................................................................................7 2 References..............................................................................................................................................7
2.1 Specifications........................................................................................................................................................7 2.2 Tdocs7 2.3 Work Plan, Work Items and St d! Items.............................................................................................................." 2.# $%an&e Re' est data(ase......................................................................................................................................"

3 )((re*iations........................................................................................................................................." # S)1 Sta&e 1 + ,-./ Feat res...............................................................................................................0


#.1 SIPT, Ser*ice $ontin it! of IP 1ata Session 2SIPT,3S$4 5I13#06636.........................................................0 #.2 Interworkin& (etween 7,s sin& t%e 8PS and 1ata )pplication Pro*iders 27,S)P4 5I13966631..............16 #.3 I7S -etwork+Independent P (lic 5ser Identities 2I-IP5I4 5I13926627........................................................12 #.# Ser*ice and 7edia Reac%a(ilit! for 5sers o*er Restricti*e Firewalls 2S75RFs4 5I139366#3.......................13 #.9 )d*anced IP Interconnection of Ser*ices 2IP:S4 for national interconnect 2IP:S-)T4 5I1399662#............1# #.6 Inte&ration of Sin&le Si&n+,n 2SS,4 frameworks wit% 3;PP networks 2SS,3Int4 5I13996629....................19 #.7 8<plicit $omm nication Transfer =lind 28$T =lind4 ser*ice interactions 28$T=4 5I13966610....................16 #." I7S access *ia 1i&ital >ideo =roadcast + Ret rn $%annel *ia Satellite 2I7SSat4 5I13976627......................17 #.0 Se' ential Fle<i(le )lertin& 2S8?3F)4 5I139"6666.......................................................................................1" #.16 .an& a&e and 7odalit! Information for comm nications 2.an&Info4 5I139"6661.......................................1" #.11 8mer&enc! Session Identification 28SI14 5I139066#6..................................................................................26 #.12 Pre*ention of 7o(ile+,ri&inatin& si&nallin& and@or data traffic of 58 in $onnected mode 2P7,$4 5I1390666#2............................................................................................................................................26

9 S)1@S)2 Feat res................................................................................................................................21


9.1 .IP) 7o(ilit! and SIPT, at t%e .ocal -etwork 2.I7,-8T4 5I1396662"...................................................22 9.2 ,perator Policies for IP Interface Selection 2,PIIS4 5I139166#0....................................................................2# 9.3 S7S s (mit and deli*er! wit%o t 7SIS1- in I7S 2S7S7I4 5I13926620....................................................26 9.# I7S+(ased Telepresence 2I7S3T8.8P4 5I139366#2......................................................................................27 9.9 ;ro p $omm nication S!stem 8na(lers for .T8 2;$S83.T84 5I13966626.................................................20 9.6 7ac%ine+T!pe and ot%er mo(ile data applications $omm nications en%ancements 5I13966622...................31 9.7 Polic! and $%ar&in& $ontrol for s pportin& fi<ed (road(and access networks 2P#$4 5I1396662#................3" 9." I7S = siness Tr nkin& for IP+P=: in Static 7ode of ,peration 2= sTI4 5I13966629..................................#3 9.0 W.)- -etwork Selection for 3;PP Terminals 2W.)-3-S4 5I13966626....................................................#9 9.16 Pro<imit!+(ased Ser*ices 2ProSe4 5I139"6690..............................................................................................#7 9.11 We( Real Time $omm nication )ccess to I7S 2I7S3We(RT$4 5I139"6662............................................91 9.12 5sa&e 7onitorin& $ontrol P$$ en%ancement 257,-$4 5I139"6663.........................................................92 9.13 )pplication =ased $%ar&in& 2)=$4 5I13906630...........................................................................................93 9.1# 8n%anced S2a 7o(ilit! ,*er tr sted W.)- access to 8P$ 2eSa7,;4 5I1361663"...................................9# 9.19 ,ptimiAed ,ffloadin& to W.)- in 3;PP+R)T 7o(ilit! 2W,R74 5I13616630.........................................99 9.16 -etwork+pro*ided .ocation information for I7S Tr sted W.)- )ccess -etwork case 5I136166#6.........97 9.17 $ore -etwork ,*erload + 5ser .ocation Information reportin& impro*ement 2$-,35.I4 5I13626661.....90

6 S)3 Feat res........................................................................................................................................66


6.1 Sec rit! aspects of P (lic Warnin& S!stem 2PWS3Sec4 5I1391669#..............................................................66 6.2 Sec rit! en%ancements for sa&e of ;=) from t%e (rowser 2We(3;=)4 5I13926631..................................62 6.3 I7S media plane sec rit! e<tensions 2e781I)S8$4 5I13966636..................................................................63 6.# .awf l Interception in t%e 3;PP Rel+12 2.I124 5I13976632...........................................................................66 6.9 T nnellin& of 58 Ser*ices o*er Restricti*e )ccess -etworks 2T5R)-4 5I139"666#...................................60 6.6 Specification of t%e T5)B )l&orit%m Set 2ST)S4 5I13626669......................................................................76

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

7 S)# Feat res........................................................................................................................................71


7.1 $odec for 8n%anced >oice Ser*ices 28>S3codec4 5I13#76636......................................................................71 7.2 $oordination of >ideo ,rientation 2$>,4 5I139666#6...................................................................................73 7.3 Ci&% 8fficienc! >ideo $odin& 2C8>$4 5I13976633.......................................................................................7# 7.# 7o(ile stereoscopic 31 ser*ices e<tensions 2731>38<t4 5I139"6669..........................................................76 7.9 I7S+(ased Streamin& and 1ownload 1eli*er! 8n%ancements 2I7S3S184 5I139"6666................................77 7.6 )co stic Re' irements and Test met%ods for I7S+(ased con*ersational speec% ser*ices o*er .T8 5I139"6667..............................................................................................................................................7" 7.7 7=7S Impro*ements 5I139066#3..................................................................................................................."1 7." 8nd+to+8nd 7 ltimedia Telep%on! Ser*ice for I7S e<tensions 28287TSI4 5I139066##............................."3 7.0 >ideo $odin& 8n%ancements in I7S 7essa&in& and Presence 2>$8I7P4 5I13626666................................"6

" S)9 Feat res........................................................................................................................................"7


".< 8n%anced -etwork 7ana&ement centraliAed $o*era&e and $apacit! ,ptimiAation 5I13966632 2TS mo*ed to Rel+134......................................................................................................................................................."7 ".1 7 lti+*endor Pl & and Pla! e-= connection to t%e network 5I13966633......................................................."" ".2 $ompliance of 3;PP S)9 specifications to t%e -;7- Top ,P8 Recommendations 5I1396663#................"0 ".3 $ompliance of 3;PP S)9 specifications to t%e -;7- -;$,R 5I13966639...............................................06 ".# W.)- 7ana&ement 5I13966636.....................................................................................................................0# ".9 )larm ' alit! impro*ements 5I13626696........................................................................................................09 ".6 Radio Plannin& Tool 2RPT4 interface 5I13636612...........................................................................................06 ".7 -etwork 7ana&ement for 3;PP Interworkin& W.)- 5I13936696................................................................07 "." 8ner&! 8fficienc! related Performance 7eas rements 5I136666##................................................................0" ".0 ,)7 aspects of -etwork S%arin& 5I13626697................................................................................................00 ".16 S%ort 7essa&e Ser*ice + Ser*ice $enter ,ffline $%ar&in& 5I139"6691.......................................................161 ".11 $%ar&in& per IP + $onnecti*it! )ccess -etwork 2IP+$)-4 Session 5I136166#1........................................162 ".12 $%ar&in& sin& an )lternati*e Roamin& Pro*ider 5I136166#2....................................................................16# ".13 $%ar&in& for I7S centraliAed ser*ice 2I$S4 control 5I1362669".................................................................169

0 $T Feat res........................................................................................................................................166
0.1 I7S 8mer&enc! PS)P $all(ack 287$3P$4 5I1393661".............................................................................167 0.2 Interworkin& (etween a P.7- wit% W.)- to access t%e 8P$ and a P1- 5I1397666".............................16" 0.3 Reportin& 8n%ancements in Warnin& 7essa&e 1eli*er! 5I139"6660..........................................................160 0.# SR>$$ (efore rin&in& 5I139"6612................................................................................................................116 0.9 I7S Sta&e 3 I8TF Protocol )li&nment + p%ase 6 5I139"6613.......................................................................111 0.6 S)8 Protocol 1e*elopment + P%ase 3 5I139"6616........................................................................................112 0.7 I7+SSF )pplication Ser*er Ser*ice 1ata 1escriptions 5I139"6626.............................................................113 0." 1iameter (ased interface (etween S;S- and S7S central f nctions 5I139"6623........................................11# 0.0 1iameter (ased interface (etween S;S-+;7.$ 5I139"662#......................................................................119 0.16 I7S impacts on 5I$$ )pplication )spects 5I13906660.............................................................................116 0.11 e7=7S restoration proced res 5I13906612................................................................................................117 0.12 1 al Radio >$$ en%ancements 5I1390661#...............................................................................................11" 0.13 $T aspects of Si&nallin& of Ima&e SiAe 2Sta&e 2@34 5I13666660.................................................................110 0.1# I$S InterWorkin& 8n%ancement in 7S$+S 5I13666616..............................................................................110 0.19 ;PRS T nnellin& Protocol for t%e $ontrol plane ,*erload $ontrol 7ec%anisms 5I13616662...................126 0.16 P+$S$F restoration en%ancements 5I1361666#............................................................................................122 0.17 S pport of RTP@RT$P m ltiple<in& 2si&nallin&4 in I7S 5I13616669.........................................................12# 0.1" 5pdatin& I7S to conform to RF$ 6669 5I1361666"...................................................................................126 0.10 I7S ,perator 1etermined $all =arrin& en%ancements 5I1362666#............................................................127 0.26 Si&nallin& Impro*ements for -etwork 8fficienc! 5I13626666....................................................................12" 0.21 Interacti*e $onnecti*it! 8sta(lis%ment 2I$8, I8TF RF$ 92#94 impacts on I7S C.2#" profiles 5I13636662 .................................................................................................................................................................120 0.22 Transfer of 8TSI ( siness tr nkin& specifications 2I7S3$orp24 5I13636669............................................136 0.23 I7S Si&nallin& )cti*ated Trace 5I13636667...............................................................................................131 0.2# S pport of ).T+$ attri( te 5I1363666".......................................................................................................132

16 5TR), .T8 Feat res.......................................................................................................................13#


16.1 >erification of radiated m lti+antenna reception performance of 58s in .T8@57TS 5I13996616............13# 16.2 F rt%er en%ancements to C2e4-= mo(ilit! + Part 3 5I13976621..................................................................136 16.3 .T8 58 TRP and TRS and 5TR) Cand P%antom related 58 TRP and TRS Re' irements 5I139"6637. 137 16.# S pport for =ei1o -a*i&ation Satellite S!stem 2=1S4 for 5TR) and .T8 5I13906610.........................13" 16.9 =S RF re' irements for )cti*e )ntenna S!stem 5I13906636.....................................................................1#6

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16.< -ew =ase Station specification str ct re 5I13666610 2stopped at RPD624..................................................1#2 16.6 .+(and for S pplemental 1ownlink in 8+5TR) and 5TR) 5I13666621...................................................1#3 16.7 .T8+CRP1 2Ci&% Rate Packet 1ata in 3;PP24 inter+R)T S,- 5I13666627............................................1## 16." Increasin& t%e minim m n m(er of carriers for 58 monitorin& in 5TR) and 8+5TR) 5I136266#2........1#9 16.0 W.)-@3;PP Radio Interworkin& 5I136266#"............................................................................................1#6

11 .T8 Feat res....................................................................................................................................1#"


11.1 Rel+12 .T8 $arrier )&&re&ation....................................................................................................................1#0 11.< .T8 in t%e 1676+1679 7CA =and for 5S 5I13996617 2mo*ed to Rel+134..................................................192 11.2 .T8 in t%e 5S Wireless $omm nications Ser*ice 2W$S4 =and 5I13976617............................................192 11.3 Introd ction of .T8 #96 7CA (and in =raAil 5I13976610..........................................................................193 11.# F rt%er 1ownlink 7I7, 8n%ancement for .T8 )d*anced 5I13976626...................................................193 11.9 F rt%er 8n%ancements to .T8 T11 for 1.+5. Interference 7ana&ement and Traffic )daptation 5I139"6627............................................................................................................................................19# 11.6 Cetnet 7o(ilit! 8n%ancements for .T8 5I139"6620...................................................................................199 11.7 F rt%er en%ancements for Ce-= mo(ilit!+:2+;W 5I139"6636..................................................................196 11." " R< )ntennas for .T8 5. 5I139"6631.......................................................................................................197 11.0 .ow cost E en%anced co*era&e 7T$ 58 for .T8 5I13666612.................................................................19" 11.16 .T8 T11+F11 Foint operation incl din& $arrier )&&re&ation 5I13666613.............................................166 11.11 .T8 $o*era&e 8n%ancements 5I1366661#................................................................................................162 11.12 F rt%er 7=7S operations s pport for 8+5TR)- 5I1361662#................................................................163 11.13 1 al connecti*it! for .T8 5I136266#6......................................................................................................16# 11.1# 8+5TR) Small cell en%ancements + P%!sical la!er aspects 5I136266#1...................................................169 11.19 Inter+e-= $oordinated 7 lti+Point 2$o7P4 for .T8 5I136266#7............................................................167 11.16 Performance re' irements of interference cancellation and s ppression recei*er for S5+7I7, 5I136366#7............................................................................................................................................16"

12 5TR) Feat res................................................................................................................................160


12.1 CSP) si&nallin& en%ancements for more efficient reso rce sa&e for .$R 5I139"662"............................160 12.2 C-= Positionin& for 5TR) 5I13666617.....................................................................................................176 12.3 1edicated $%annel 21$C4 en%ancements for 57TS 5I13616629...............................................................171 12.# 57TS 7o(ilit! en%ancements for %etero&eneo s networks 5I13616626...................................................172 12.9 57TS Cetero&eneo s -etworks en%ancements 5I1362669#......................................................................173 12.6 8n%anced =roadcast of S!stem Information 5I13626699.............................................................................17# 12.7 F rt%er 8n%anced 5plink 285.4 en%ancements 5I136266#0.......................................................................179

13 ;8R)- Feat res.............................................................................................................................176


13.1 Introd ction of 8R+;S7 (and for ;S7+R 2RT38R;S74 5I13936662......................................................177 13.2 1ownlink 7 lti $arrier ;8R)- 217$;4 5I13976662..............................................................................17" 13.3 7SR1 for >)7,S 5I13906633..................................................................................................................170 13.# -ew Trainin& Se' ence $odes for ;8R)- 2-ewTo-4 5I1362661#..........................................................1"6 13.9 S pport for =ei1o -a*i&ation Satellite S!stem 2=1S4 for .$S in ;8R)- 5I13626611.........................1"1

1# S)1 St dies......................................................................................................................................1"2
1#.1 St 1#.2 St 1#.3 St 1#.# St 1#.9 St 1#.6 St 1#.7 St 1#." St 19.1 St 19.2 St 19.3 St 19.# St 19.9 St 19.6 St 19.7 St d! on )lternati*es to 8.16# for 7ac%ine+T!pe $omm nications 2FS3)7T$4 5I13#76626.................1"2 d! on en%ancements for 7ac%ine+T!pe $omm nications 2FS37T$e4 5I13#"6632..............................1"3 d! on Inte&ration of Sin&le Si&n+,n frameworks wit% 3;PP networks 2FS3SS,3Int4 5I13#06639......1"9 d! on $ontin it! of 1ata Sessions to .ocal -etworks 2FS3$S-4 5I13966639......................................1"6 d! on non+7T$ 7o(ile 1ata )pplications Impacts 2FS37,1)I4 5I13966636...................................1"" d! on Pro<imit!+(ased Ser*ices 2FS3ProSe4 5I139366##.......................................................................1"0 d! on 5ser Plane $on&estion mana&ement 2FS35P$,-4 5I139#6627..................................................106 d! on R)- S%arin& 8n%ancements 2FS3RS84 5I139#662"....................................................................101 d! on I7S (ased Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ices 2FS3I7S3P2P3$1S4 5I13#0663#.........102 d! on $ore -etwork ,*erload sol tions 2FS3$-,4 5I13#06636...........................................................10# d! on S!stem 8n%ancements for 8ner&! 8fficienc! 2FS3S8884 5I13966637........................................106 d! on S2a 7o(ilit! (ased ,n ;TP and W.)- access to 8P$ 2FS3Sa7,;4 5I13916661...................107 d! on ,ptimiAed ,ffloadin& to W.)- in 3;PP+R)T mo(ilit! 2FS3W,R74 5I13966637.................100 d! on )pplication =ased $%ar&in& 2FS3)=$4 5I1396663"...................................................................261 d! on 7 lti )ccess P1- connecti*it! and IP flow 7o(ilit! 2FS37)PI74 5I13#166#3......................262

19 S)2 St dies......................................................................................................................................102

16 S)3 St dies......................................................................................................................................26#
16.1 St d! on 8<tended I7S 7edia Plane Sec rit! feat res 5I13#"66#3..........................................................26#

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16.2 St d! on Sec rit! aspects of Inte&ration of Sin&le Si&n+,n frameworks wit% 3;PP networks 5I1396663# .................................................................................................................................................................266 16.3 St d! on Firewall Tra*ersal 2FS3Fire4 5I139366#7.....................................................................................267 16.# St d! on Sec rit! on spoofed call detection and pre*ention 2FS3SP,,F4 5I13996626.............................26" 16.9 St d! on Sec rit! )ss rance 7et%odolo&! for 3;PP -etwork 8lements 2FS3S8$)74 5I13976639.......260 16.6 St d! on S (scri(er Pri*ac! Impact in 3;PP 2FS3SPI4 5I136166#3...........................................................216

17 S)# St dies......................................................................................................................................211
17.1 St d! on Impro*ed S pport for 1!namic )dapti*e Streamin& o*er CTTP in 3;PP 5I139#6633..............211 17.2 St d! of 8n%anced )co stic Test Specifications 2FS3S8)TS4 5I139066#9...............................................213 17.3 St d! on CT7.9 for a new presentation la!er in 3;PP ser*ices 2FS3CT7.94 5I136166##.....................21#

1" S)9 St dies......................................................................................................................................216


1".1 St 1".2 St 1".3 St 1".# St d! on *ersion %andlin& 5I13#76696.........................................................................................................216 d! on mana&ement of Cetero&eneo s -etworks 5I139166#6.................................................................217 d! on ,)7 aspects of -etwork S%arin& 5I139#6632.............................................................................21" d! on 8n%anced -etwork 7ana&ement 2-74 centraliAed $o*era&e and $apacit! ,ptimiAation 5I13966632............................................................................................................................................226 1".9 St d! on )larm 7ana&ement 5I139"6692...................................................................................................222 1".6 St d! on 8n%ancements of ,)7 aspects of 1istri( ted 7o(ilit! .oad =alancin& S,- f nction 5I136166#9............................................................................................................................................22# 1".7 St d! on $%ar&in& aspects on Roamin& 828 scenarios wit% >o.T8 I7S and interconnectin& networks 5I13626666............................................................................................................................................229

10 $T St dies........................................................................................................................................226
10.1 St 10.2 St 10.3 St 10.# St 10.9 St d! on Indication of --I Ro tein& scenarios in SIP re' ests 5I139"6629.............................................226 d! on 1iameter ,*erload $ontrol 7ec%anisms 5I139"6626.................................................................227 d! on Re*iew of dedicated 3;PP 5I$$ feat res 5I13906616................................................................220 d! on :7. (ased access of )F to t%e P$RF 5I13906611......................................................................236 d! on Tec%nical aspects on Roamin& 8nd+to+end scenarios wit% >o.T8 I7S and ot%er networks 5I13616616............................................................................................................................................231 10.6 St d! on 1e*elopment of conformance re' irements for t%e ISI7 application s pport in 78 5I13626661 .................................................................................................................................................................232 10.7 St d! on S%ared 1ata 5pdate for 7 ltiple S (scri(ers 5I13626662...........................................................233

26 ;8R)- St dies...............................................................................................................................23#
26.1 St 26.2 St 26.3 St 26.# St 26.9 St 26.6 St 26.7 St d! on ;8R)- impro*ements for 7ac%ine+T!pe $omm nications 5I13#66661..................................239 d! on Sol tions for ;S7@81;8 =TS 8ner&! Sa*in& 5I13#06666.......................................................236 d! on >)7,S en%ancements 5I13926661............................................................................................237 d! on ;8R)- en%ancements for 7o(ile 1ata )pplications 5I13926662.............................................23" d! on 1ownlink 7I7, 5I1390663#.......................................................................................................230 d! on Power sa*in& for 7T$ de*ices 5I13626612.................................................................................2#6 d! on 5p.ink 7 lti5ser 7I7, 5I13626613.........................................................................................2#1

21 .T8 St dies.....................................................................................................................................2#2
21.1 St d! on Incl sion of RF Pattern 7atc%in& as a positionin& met%od in t%e 8+5TR)- 5I13966616..........2#3 21.2 St d! on Pro*ision of low+cost 7T$ 58s (ased on .T8 5I13936692.......................................................2## 21.3 St d! on 7o(ile Rela! for 8+5TR) 5I1393669#.......................................................................................2#6 21.# St d! on .T8 F11 in t%e (ands 10"6+2616 7CA and 2176+2266 7CA 5I13976622................................2#" 21.9 St d! on Scenarios and Re' irements of .T8 Small $ell 8n%ancements 5I13976623...............................2#0 21.6 St d! on Small $ell 8n%ancements for 8+5TR) and 8+5TR)- G P%!sical+la!er aspects 5I139"66#1....296 21.7 St d! on Small $ell 8n%ancements for 8+5TR) and 8+5TR)- G Ci&%er+la!er aspects 5I139"66##......291 21." St d! on .T8 1e*ice to 1e*ice Pro<imit! Ser*ices 5I139"663"................................................................292 21.0 St d! on 31+c%annel model for 8le*ation =eamformin& and F1+7I7, st dies for .T8 5I139"66#2.....29# 21.16 St d! on 8ner&! Sa*in& 8n%ancement for 8+5TR)- 5I139"66#6...........................................................299 21.11 St d! on 8<pansion of .T83F113167635S to incl de 1676+16"67CA =and for .T8 in t%e 5S 5I13906616............................................................................................................................................297 21.12 St d! on $RS Interference $ancellation for %omo&eno s deplo!ments for .T8 5I13906617..................29" 21.13 St d! on -etwork+)ssisted Interference $ancellation and S ppression for .T8 5I1390661"..................266 21.1# St d! on $oordinated 7 lti+Point 2$o7P4 operation for .T8 wit% -on+Ideal =ack%a l 5I13666619....262 21.19 St d! on Positionin& en%ancements for 8+5TR) 5I13666626..................................................................263 21.16 St d! on ;ro p $omm nication for .T8 5I1361662"..............................................................................26# 21.17 St d! on Smart $on&estion 7iti&ation in 8+5TR)- 5I13616620............................................................26#

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21.1" St d! on R)- aspects of R)- S%arin& 8n%ancements for .T8 5I136266##...........................................266

22 5TR), .T8 St dies.........................................................................................................................267


22.1 St 22.2 St 22.3 St 22.# St 22.9 St 22.6 St 22.7 St 22." St 22.0 St d! on RF and 87$ re' irements for acti*e )ntenna )rra! S!stem =ase Station 5I13936696.............26" d! on .T8+CRP1 2Ci&% Rate Packet 1ata in 3;PP24 inter+R)T S,- 5I13996626.............................260 d! on Passi*e Inter7od lation 2PI74 %andlin& for for 5TR) and .T8 =ase Stations 5I13996621.....276 d! on W.)-@3;PP Radio Interworkin& 5I139"66#9............................................................................271 d! on R)- 8n%ancements for 57TS@CSP) and .T8 Interworkin& 5I139"66#7................................272 d! on -e<t+;eneration S,- for 5TR) and .T8 5I139"66#"...............................................................273 d! on 2;CA F11 for 5TR) and .T8 in Re&ion 1 5I139"66#0............................................................27# d! on =ase Station specification str ct re 5I139"6696...........................................................................279 d! on R)- aspects of 7ac%ine T!pe and ot%er mo(ile data applications $omm nications en%ancements 5I13906632............................................................................................................................................276

23 5TR) St dies..................................................................................................................................27"
23.1 St d! on 57TS Cetero&eneo s -etworks 5I1397662#...............................................................................270 23.2 St d! on scala(le 57TS F11 (andwidt% 5I139"6630...............................................................................2"6 23.2) St d! on Scala(le 57TS F11 (andwidt% (! Filterin& 5I136266#6........................................................2"1 23.3 St d! on 1edicated $%annel 21$C4 en%ancements for 57TS 5I139"66#6...............................................2"2 23.# St d! on F rt%er 8n%anced 5plink 285.4 en%ancements 5I139"66#3........................................................2"3 23.9 St d! on C-= 8mer&enc! Warnin& )rea for 5TR) 5I1366661"..............................................................2"# 23.6 St d! on on 8n%anced =roadcast of S!stem Information 5I13616627........................................................2"9

2# Feat res............................................................................................................................................2"6 29 St dies..............................................................................................................................................206 26 Rel+12 Sta&e 2 WI 8<ceptions + Stat s 7arc% 261#........................................................................366


SPD63 completed S)2 Rel+12 e<ceptions...............................................................................................................366 SPD63 stat s of S)3 Rel+12 e<ceptions..................................................................................................................366

TS;D63 Rel+12 work items completed@stopped....................................................................................362 TS;D63 Rel+12 St dies completed.......................................................................................................369 Annex A: Change history...........................................................................................................306

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

Foreword
T%e colo red %i&%li&%t of t%e 5ni' e I1entifier 25I14 reflects t%e stat s of t%e work items e.&. on&oin&, completed, etc. Stopped Feat res and St dies are listed at t%e end of t%e present doc ment. Legend: $ompleted WI ,n&oin& WI 7o*ed WI to@from anot%er Release Stopped WI T%e present doc ment %as (een prod ced (! t%e 8TSI 7$$ department. T%e o*erall doc ment was coordinated (! )drian Hoicas 27$$ Work Plan $oordinator4, w%o wis%es to t%ank all t%e contri( tors for t%eir dedication and ' alit! of inp ts.

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3; Release 12 + See *ersion 12 of TR 21.101 ;S7@81;8, P%ase 2J Release 12 + See >ersion 12 of TR 41.101 :ree=e <ates
Release Rel-12 TS>TR versio#) 12.x.y :u#%tio#al free=e "ate? i#"i%ative o#l0 (see #ote) Sta2e 1 fro=e# -ar 2013 Sta2e 2 free=e <e% 2013 Sta2e 3 free=e 7u# 2014

T%e present doc ment contains a %i&%+le*el description of t%e 3;PP Release 12 Feat res. Its latest *ersion is a*aila(le atI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@ftp@Information@W,RB3P.)-@1escription3Releases@

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After "freezin "! " Rele"se c"n #"$e no f%rt#er "ddition"l f%nctions "dded. &owe$er! det"iled protocol specific"tions 'st" e () *"y not yet +e co*plete. ,n "ddition! test specs *"y l" +y so*e consider"+le ti*e. A "frozen" -ec#nic"l Specific"tion is one w#ic# c"n #"$e no f%rt#er c"te ory . or C 'new or *odified f%nction"lity) C#"n e Re/%ests! ot#er t#"n to "li n e"rlier st" es wit# l"ter st" es0 t#%s "ll -Ss pert"inin to " Rele"se *"y not necess"rily +e frozen "t t#e ti*e t#e Rele"se itself is f%nction"lly frozen. ,ndeed since Rele"se 1! t#e trend #"s +een to freeze e"c# of t#e t#ree st" es independently.

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References
3;PP TR 21.069I M>oca( lar! for 3;PP SpecificationsM. 3;PP TS 21.161I MTec%nical Specifications and Tec%nical Reports for a 5TR)-+(ased 3;PP s!stemM. >ersion 12.<.! 3;PP TS #1.161I MTec%nical Specifications and Tec%nical Reports for a ;8R)-+(ased 3;PP s!stemM. >ersion 12.<.!

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Specific"tions

;lo(al information on t%e Specifications 2also called NspecsO4 can (e fo nd atI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@specs@specs.%tm T%e latest *ersions of all 3;PP specifications, containin& t%e most recent corrections and additions, are a*aila(le atI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@ftp@Specs@latest@ For specific p rposes, older *ersions mi&%t (e needed. T%ese *ersions are a*aila(le atI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@ftp@Specs@)rc%i*e@ w%ere t%e specifications are sorted (! series and t%en (! folders containin& all t%e a*aila(le *ersions of a &i*en spec 2one folder per spec4, for all Releases.

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T%e Temporar! 1oc ments 2tdocs4 are mainl! t%e ori&inal papers written (! t%e 3;PP 7em(ers, and are t%e inp ts for ela(oratin& t%e specs. T%e! are a*aila(le 2sorted (! 3;PP tec%nical &ro ps 2Tec%nical Specification ;ro ps 2TS;s4 and Workin& ;ro ps 2W;s44 atI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@ftp@ startin& wit% Pts&....P.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Work Item 1escription 2WI14 @ St d! Item 1escription 2SI14 is a form w%ic% initial *ersion pro*ides t%e tar&et to (e reac%ed (efore startin& t%e work. Potential s (se' ent *ersions precise t%e tar&et and foreseen completion dates accordin& t%e act al work pro&ress. WI1s @ SI1s are stored inI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@ftp@Information@WI3S%eet@ T%e 3;PP Work Plan is a li*in& doc ment, periodicall! pdated, containin& t%e f ll list of Work Items and St d! Items, as well as s mmar! information for eac% WI, asI t%e W; in c%ar&e of it, its startin& date and 2foreseen or act al4 completion date, t%e act al pro&ress, etc. T%e 3;PP Work Plan is a*aila(le atI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@ftp@Information@W,RB3P.)-@

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) specification is ori&inall! drafted and maintained (! a rapporte r, w%o compiles t%e contents from disc ssions in t%e W;s and TS;s. W%en it is considered to (e "6Q complete, it is (ro &%t nder a so+called Mc%an&e controlM process. )fter t%is, c%an&es to t%e specification can onl! (e made sin& $%an&e Re' ests 2$Rs4 t%at are s all! a&reed (! consens s in t%e W; responsi(le for t%e specification, and t%en formall! appro*ed (! t%e rele*ant TS;. T%e $R data(ase contains information on $Rs incl din& a Work Item code, a $R n m(er t%at is ni' e for a certain specification 2different $R *ersions are possi(le, ( t onl! one can e*er (e appro*ed4, t%e stat s of eac% $R, references to t%e so rce Indi*id al 3;PP 7em(er2s4 and rele*ant W;@TS; temporar! doc ments n m(ers and meetin&s. T%is data(ase is a*aila(le inI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@ftp@Information@1ata(ases@$%an&e3Re' est@ F rt%er information on $R is a*aila(le atI %ttpI@@www.3&pp.or&@specifications@c%an&e+re' ests

A++re$i"tions

For t%e p rposes of t%e present doc ment, t%e a((re*iations &i*en in TR 21.069 K1L and t%e followin& appl!.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, >eriAon Wireless, =T, -TT 1o$o7o, )lcatel+. cent, $%ina 7o(ile, $isco "usti#ication In Rel+16, 3;PP %as specified re' irements for t%e s pport of Selected IP Traffic ,ffload 2SIPT,4 from t%e macro network and from C2e4-= s (s!stems in an enterprise@residential en*ironment 2s (se' entl! called a C2e4-=+in*ol*ed network4. Cowe*er, re' irements related to t%e ser*ice contin it! of e<istin& IP data sessions d rin& mo(ilit! e*ents in t%e macro network w%en SIPT, is sed and also (etween macro+network and C2e4-=+in*ol*ed network %a*e not (een pro*ided in detail. T%e c rrent work item aims to re*iew se cases and de*elop re' irements for a s!stem t%at will ena(le t%e mo(ile operators to pro*ide ser*ices in a more effecti*e manner, as well as impro*in& t%e ser e<perience. $!%ectiveI to specif! re' irements for t%e followin& scenariosI

Ser*ice contin it! of IP data session2s4 w%en a 58, w%ose data is offloaded, mo*es (etween 2e4-=s in t%e macro network Ser*ice contin it! of IP data session2s4 w%en a 58, w%ose data is offloaded, mo*es (etween C2e4-=s in an enterprise@residential en*ironment

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Ser*ice contin it! of IP data session2s4 w%en a 58, w%ose data is offloaded, mo*es (etween t%e macro+network and C2e4-= s (+s!stem in an enterprise@residential en*ironment Charging AspectsI addressed Security AspectsI addressed

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $isco, Intel, >eriAon Wireless, )lcatel+. cent, -S-, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, -okia, Sams n&, R niper, Intel .inked to Rel+16 Feat re 5I13966666 P8ST "usti#ication 7o(ile operators %a*e to deal wit% increasin& fle<i(ilit! of data ser*ices deli*er! on different de*ices. T%e data ser*ices co ld (e %osted (! t%e mo(ile operators in t%eir data centers wit%in 3;PP domain or co ld (e %osted (! 3rd part! data application pro*iders t%at co ld (e o tside of t%e mo(ile operator domain. $ rrent practices in*ol*e indi*id al mo(ile operators ne&otiatin& a&reements wit% data application pro*iders res ltin& in proprietar! additional f nctionalities in 3;PP networks w%ic% res lts in non+standard 3;PP interfaces. Wit% t%e ad*ent of new models of ser*ices deli*er! like clo d comp tin& and )pplication Stores, it is important t%at t%e mo(ile operator minimises p&rades to t%e network and associated (ackend inte&ration. )lso t%e mo(ile operator %as t%e opport nit! to e<plore *ario s c%ar&in& models in t%is interworkin& scenario wit% data ser*ice pro*iders. Sample ser*ices@capa(ilities t%at mo(ile operators can pro*ide to data application pro*iders are c stomised (illin&@c%ar&in&, promotional ser*ices, &ro p addressin& capa(ilities, identit! ser*ices, statistics, etc. T%is WI proposes to ena(le t%e mo(ile operator to se en%anced f nctionalities and interfaces to meet t%e needs of t%e rapidl! c%an&in& ind str! models. T%e WI is e<pected to de*elop re' irements and arc%itect ral frameworks for a t%entication, a t%oriAation, polic!, c%ar&in&, mo(ilit! and session contin it! aspects for *ario s interworkin& scenarios. T%e e<istin& sc%emes for a t%entication@a t%oriAation and c%ar&in& need to (e st died and pdated@en%anced, w%en deemed necessar!, (! liaisin& wit% ot%er 3;PP Workin& ;ro ps@S1,s@fora in c%ar&e of t%em. T%is WI was de+prioritised in Rel+11. T%e Rel+12 work will take into consideration t%e new TS 23.6"2 de*eloped in Rel+11 2)rc%itect re 8n%ancements to facilitate comm nications wit% Packet 1ata -etworks and )pplications4. Stage & $!%ectives: to de*elop re' irements for 8P$ relati*e to a t%entication, a t%oriAation, c%ar&in& aspects for *ario s interworkin& scenarios (etween mo(ile operators sin& t%e 8PS and data application pro*iders. T%e followin& are sample scenarios t%at will (e considered in de*elopin& re' irementsI 7o(ile operator ma! pro*ide a t%entication for 3rd part! data applications 7o(ile operator will a t%oriAe and esta(lis% t%e se of reso rces on 3;PP accesses 7o(ile operator will pro*ide polic! interactions e<plicitl! at t%e si&nallin& le*el or *ia implicit mec%anisms in 8P$ 7o(ile operator will pro*ide c%ar&in& mec%anisms to s pport *ario s interworkin& a&reements

Stage ' $!%ectives: to de*elop arc%itect ral specifications, w%en deemed necessar!, for t%e a(o*e Sta&e+1 re' irements. ) TR will (e de*eloped as part of t%is WI. 8<istin& arc%itect ral frameworks and sol tions 2e.&. I7S (ased, nati*e 8P$ (ased, ;S7) ,ne)PI (ased, etc.4 t%at s pport different relations%ips (etween mo(ile operators and

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data application pro*iders will (e in*esti&ated and e*al ated. )n! needed en%ancements@ pdates to 3;PP f nctions and 3;PP interfaces will (e identified and specified. If re' ired, liaison wit% ot%er S1,s will (e done to a*oid d plication of work ,n+&oin& work for a t%entication and ot%er aspects in ot%er 3;PP work items are not to (e d plicated.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, 8ricsson, TelefSnica, HT8, $%ina 7o(ile, )lcatel+. cent, -S-, )TET, C awei, ST+8ricsson Tri&&ered (! Rel+11 TR 22."0# St d! of I7S -etwork+Independent P (lic 5ser Identities 2FS3I-IP5I4 5I13#06633. "usti#ication $ rrentl!, alp%an meric SIP 5RIs wit% t%e same domain name portion, e.&. Toperator.com, can onl! (e associated wit% a sin&le operator. 1 e to t%e non+&eo&rap%ic nat re of 5RI addressin&, if t%e operator %as s (sidiaries in m ltiple co ntries, t%ose s (sidiaries are not allowed to (e associated wit% t%e 5RIs. T%erefore, allowin& t%e operatorPs national@re&ional s (sidiaries in different co ntries@re&ions to (e associated wit% 5RIs wit% t%e same domain name portion will allow increased fle<i(ilit!. )lt%o &% domains t!picall! refer to an operator, e.&. Toperator.com, and arran&ements for sec re inter+operator resol tion of non+operator domains are not defined, sers ma! desire to emplo! identities (ased on t%eir own domains especiall! in t%e case of corporations, e.&. Te<ample.com. For t%e enterprise case, in &eneral t%ere are two scenarios t%at need to (e considered. In t%e first scenario, a corporation %as I7S ser*ices pro*ided (! different operators wit%in one co ntr!. In t%e second scenario, a m ltinational corporation %as I7S ser*ices pro*ided on an operator+per+co ntr! (asis. It follows t%at allowin& different operators wit%in one co ntr! and also from different co ntries to (e associated wit% 5RIs wit% t%e same domain name portion will pro*ide increased fle<i(ilit!. )n additional scenario in w%ic% different operators co ld s%are ser identities in t%e same domain name is t%at in w%ic% ser identities of Internet ser*ices 2e.&. email address, social network I1, instant messa&in& ser I14 are associated wit% I7S s (scriptions in order to (e sed as P (lic 5ser Identities in t%e I7S en*ironment. $!%ective: to pro*ide re' irements for t%e followin& aspectsI

)llow operators to associate t%eir s (scri(ers wit% P (lic 5ser Identities of t%e form sipI serTdomain, w%ere t%e domain element is an! Internet re&istered domain t%atI o is not necessaril! owned (! t%e I7S operatorU o co ld (e s%ared amon&st different s (scri(ers 2identified in t%e M serM portion4 (elon&in& to different I7S operators 2see -,T8 14U and o co ld (e t%e same domain name sed in ot%er 5RI sc%emes from different ser*ice pro*iders 2see -,T8 24. -,T8 1I T%is is sef l w%en t%e I7S ser*ices for t%e domain name portion Toperator.com is associated wit% different national s (sidiaries of a sin&le operator. -,T8 2I T%is is sef l to allow ser+related addresses of a corporate domain of a m ltinational compan!, e.&. Te<ample.com, to (e associated wit% different operators@ser*ice pro*iders for different t!pes of ser*ices. For e<ample, one operator pro*ides telep%on! ser*ices *ia t%e SIP 5RIs for telep%on! and anot%er ser*ice pro*ider pro*ides email ser*ices *ia 7)I.T, 5RIs. -,T8 3I T%e P (lic 5ser Identities co ld (e SIP 5RIs associated@deri*ed from ser identities of ser*ices from t%e Internet.

8ns re an I-IP5I is &lo(all! reac%a(le re&ardless of ori&inatin& operator I-IP5I s pport )llow t%e callin& part! to re' est t%e operator to pro*ide information of t%e called part!Ps CP.7)llow an operator t%at does not s pport ' eries to an I-IP5I Re&istr! to decide w%ic% entit! 2e.&. t%e operator itself or an intermediate network4 s%o ld perform t%e call ro tin& (ased on t%e resol tion of t%e I-IP5I

)n! re& lator! re' irements will also (e considered.

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Charging Aspects: will (e incl ded. 8<istin& re' irements in 22.119 and related impacts in 22.22" on t%e indication to t%e c%ar&ed part! need to (e met w%en an I-IP5I 5ser is in*ol*ed. In t%is case, impact to an I7S network t%at does not s pport I-IP5I need to (e minimised. Security Aspects: to (e incl ded. T%is co*ers t%e act al so rce of ' eries to a re&istr! to (e identified to ens re t%at na t%orised entities can (e denied access to t%e re&istr!. T%is is to a*oid mis se and a( se of t%e re&istr! ' er! process.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, )cme Packet, $%ina 7o(ile, C awei, Intel, R niper -etworks, Researc% in 7otion, Telecom Italia, HT8 "usti#ication Toda!, mo(ile operators pro*ide (ot% I7S and non+I7S ser*ices t%at ma! (e accessed *ia different access tec%nolo&ies and not e<cl si*el! (! cell lar access tec%nolo&ies. T%is presents a new c%allen&e in t%at some access networks not affiliated wit% t%e mo(ile operator ma! %a*e implemented firewalls t%at (lock access to some operator ser*ices. T%e I7S ser*ice re' irements 2TS 22.22"4 %a*e (een e<tended to co*er new re' irements for I7S firewall tra*ersal in S)3 and t%is work is to (e done accordin& to t%ese re' irements. T%e ind str! %as %istoricall! adopted proprietar! approac%es to tra*erse s c% firewalls. ,ne e<ample approac% is to t nnel application traffic o*er T.S@T$P on CTTPSP well+known port n m(er, em latin& CTTPS we( traffic. S c% sol tions %a*e worked reasona(l! well, ( t a standard for s c% sec re access is needed to ena(le m ltiple 58 and access &atewa! *endors to (e sed. 3;PP %a*e some mec%anisms alread! to %andle -)T and FW tra*ersal for I7S (ased on t nnellin& tec%ni' es. T%ere is %owe*er a need to re*iew t%e e<istin& mec%anisms to assess w%et%er t%ese are s ita(le or if ot%er mec%anism are needed. $!%ective: To specif! t%e re' irements t%at can facilitate 58 access to t%e P.7- IP+(ased ser*ices o*er restricti*e firewalls t%at onl! allow internet traffic sin& CTTP 2wit% and wit%o t sec rit!4 in non+3;PP access networks. T%e scope e<cl desI o t%e se of t%e sol tion for C2e4-= connecti*it! to t%e mo(ile operatorPs network o -)T tra*ersal

Security Aspects: Sec rit! implications of tra*ersin& firewalls need to (e (alanced a&ainst t%e need for ser*ice access in a wide ran&e of access network en*ironments.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: BP-, )lcatel+. cent, C awei, )TET, -TT, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, 8ricsson .inked to Rel+11 Feat re )d*anced IP Interconnection of Ser*ices 2IP:S4 5I13#76691.
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Sour%e of eDter#al reFuire e#ts (if a#0) Or2a#i=atio# <o%u e#t B-S, -,S4AN B-S, -,S4AN 6S on N"tion"l ,nterconnect

Re ar's B-S, -,S4AN pro$ided inp%t to (I44 on n"tion"l interconnect specific"tions. &owe$er! in order to t"3e t#is inp%t into "cco%nt in (I44 protocol specific"tions! correspondin (I44 ser$ice re/%ire*ents "re needed.

"usti#ication IP is (ein& introd ced in (ot% fi<ed and mo(ile networks as a more cost+effecti*e alternati*e to circ it switc%ed tec%nolo&! in t%e le&ac! PST-@P.7-, as well as t%e nderpinnin& transport for deli*erin& I7S (ased m lti+media ser*ices. In order to ens re carrier &rade end to end performance, appropriate interconnect sol tions are re' ired to s pport comm nications (etween sers connected to different networks. T%ere are c rrentl! a n m(er of initiati*es nderwa! o tside 3;PP addressin& IP Interconnection of ser*ices scenarios and commercial models to ac%ie*e t%isU for e<ample, t%e ;S7 )ssociation %as de*eloped t%e IP: 2IP (acket 8xc%an&e4. )lso, 8TSI %as recentl! defined re' irements and se case scenarios for IP Interconnection of ser*ices. T%ese initiati*es re' ire t%e se of appropriate tec%nical sol tions and correspondin& tec%nical standards, some of w%ic% are alread! a*aila(le and ot%ers w%ic% will re' ire de*elopment in 3;PP. In Rel+11, a n m(er of specification pdates %a*e (een done to co*er t%e maForit! of IP:S re' irements. Cowe*er, in a .S from 8TSI TISP)- a n m(er of tec%nical iss es related to -ational Interconnect were mentioned t%at wo ld need f rt%er 3;PP protocol specifications. In t%eir answer .Ss, $T &ro ps %a*e indicated t%e! wo ld like to see correspondin& 3;PP ser*ice re' irements (efore addin& t%e protocol specifications t%at 8TSI TISP)- %as s &&ested. $!%ective: to pro*ide additional ser*ice re' irements related to IP:S for -ational Interconnect. Specificall! to addressI t%e possi(ilit! to select a specific peerin& point into t%e network to interconnect to. t%e possi(ilit! for intermediate networks to pro*ide transparent interconnect.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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,1< ;;012;

,nte r"tion of Sin le Si n-5n 'SS5) fr"*ewor3s wit# (I44 networ3s 'SS59,nt) =,@9;;002;
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+a e Sta2e 1 G0perli#' S4-1201C4 &1Brapporteur ,nter@i it"l +otes S4E;1 co*pleted TS 22.101

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Inter1i&ital, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, 1e tsc%e Telekom, Intel, 7orp%o, -8$ Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 22."09. .inked to S)3 TR 33."<! 2St d! on Sec rit! aspects of SS,3Int4 5I13 96663#, TR 33.01# 2SS, application sec rit! for common I7S (ased on SIP 1i&est4, TR 33.02# 2i@w of ;=) and ,penI14, TR 33.0"6 2i@w of ;=) and .i(ert! )lliance4 "usti#ication T%is Work Item aims to pro*ide ser*ice re' irements for interworkin& of t%e operator+centric identit! mana&ement wit% t%e ser+centric We( ser*ices pro*ided o tside of an operatorPs domain. Specificall!, it addresses inte&ration of SS, and t%e 3;PP ser*ices, w%ic% is essential for operators to le*era&e t%eir assets and t%eir c stomersP tr st, w%ile introd cin& new identit! ser*ices. S c% inte&ration will allow operators to (ecome SS, pro*iders (! re+ sin& t%e e<istin& a t%entication mec%anisms in w%ic% an end+ serPs de*ice effecti*el! a t%enticates t%e end ser. For t%e operator to (ecome t%e preferred SS, Identit! Pro*ider mi&%t re' ire inte&ration of t%e operator core wit% e<istin& application ser*ice @ content pro*iders to allow t%e sa&e of credentials on t%e 58 for SS, ser*ices. T%e 3;PP operator ma! le*era&e its tr st framework and its relia(le and ro( st sec re credential %andlin& infrastr ct re to pro*ide SS, ser*ice (ased on operator+controlled credentials. S c% SS, inte&ration %as to work wit% *aried operator a t%entication confi& rations. $!%ective: to pro*ide a compre%ensi*e set of ser*ice re' irements for t%e inte&ration of SS, frameworks wit% 3;PP network (! ( ildin& pon t%e work done in t%e related feasi(ilit! st d! FS3SS,3Int 2p (lis%ed in TR 22."094 as well as pre*io sl! p (lis%ed related tec%nical reports identified in s (cla se 2.2. T%is Work Item co*ers t%e followin&I Ser*ice re' irements for inte&ration of Identit! 7ana&ement and SS, frameworks, e.&. ,penI1U Ser*ice re' irements for ,perators to ena(le sers to access 3rd part! ser*ices sin& ,perator controlled ser credentialsU Ser*ice re' irements associated wit% ens rin& t%at t%e intended ser is makin& se of t%e associated SS, capa(ilit! 2incl din& t%e case w%en t%e 58 %as (een stolen or lost4. will (e considered.

Security Aspects:

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;A0118

Bxplicit Co**%nic"tion -r"nsfer .lind 'BC- .lind) ser$ice inter"ctions 'BC-.) =,@9;A0018
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G0perli#' S4-120(01 &1Brapporteur 5r"n e +otes S4E;A new 2,@ "ppro$ed H wor3 co*pleted TS 22.11( +a e Sta2e 1

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, C awei , )lcatel+. cent, 8ricsson $larif! ser*ice interactions (etween 8$T =lind wit% ,IP 2,ri&inatin& Identification Presentation4 and I$= 2Incomin& $omm nication =arrin&4 in TS 22.173 27 ltimedia Telep%on! Ser*ice and s pplementar! ser*ices4 "usti#ication 8<plicit $omm nication Transfer =lind 28$T =lind4 ser*ice definition was clearl! introd ced in TS 22.173 N7 ltimedia Telep%on! Ser*ice and s pplementar! ser*icesU Sta&e 1O ( t wit%o t ser*ice interaction consideration. 8$T =lind, (eca se of its (lind c%aracteristics raises new interaction ' estions. Indeed, t%e comm nication is s!stematicall! transferred and at t%e Transfer Tar&et, it co ld (e considered 2 identities for t%e ori&in of t%e comm nicationI T%e ori&inal caller 2t%e Transferee4 and@or t%e transferrin& part! 2Transferor4. So t%at, interactions wit% ser*ices appl!in& to t%e ori&inatin& part! 2,IP and I$=4 s%o ld (e re*iew to a*oid %etero&eneo s implementations. $!%ective: to clarif! t%e ser*ice interactions (etween 8$T =lind wit% ,IP 2,ri&inatin& Identification Presentation4 and I$= 2Incomin& $omm nication =arrin&4 in TS 22.173 N7 ltimedia Telep%on! Ser*ice and s pplementar! ser*icesU Sta&e 1O. T%e p rpose is eit%er %a*e a clear c%oice on w%at s%all (e done or to introd ce an option t%at sta&e 3 doc ment wo ld descri(e its implementation. Service Aspects: It is e<pected t%at t%e same ser e<perience as for t%e $S 8$T ser*ice is preser*ed. MMI)Aspects: It is e<pected t%at t%e same ser e<perience as for t%e $S 8$T ser*ice is preser*ed. Charging Aspects: -o additional re' irements compared to t%e 8$T ser*ice are foreseen.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

4.C
Resources:
,1< ;1012 1

,<S "ccess $i" @i it"l :ideo .ro"dc"st - Ret%rn C#"nnel $i" S"tellite ',<SS"t) =,@9;10021
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G0perli#' S4120;4( +otes S4E;1 co*pleted. @efinition of @:.-RCS2 "s " non-(I44 ,4 Connecti$ity Access Networ3 for ,<S TS 22.22C +a e Sta2e 1

Supporting Individual Me !ers: BP-, T-,, T%ales, 8ricsson, TeliaSonera


Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title nJ" @i it"l :ideo .ro"dc"st - Ret%rn C#"nnel $i" S"tellite +ature of relatio#s4ip ,nte r"te S"tco* "ccess wit# ,<S. Specify @:.-RCS2 "s "n ,4 Connecti$ity Access Networ3 for ,<S.

Sour%e of eDter#al reFuire e#ts (if a#0) Or2a#i=atio# <o%u e#t nJ" 6S9in 'S1-122(1() on K@:.-RCS2 "s " non-(I44 ,4 Connecti$ity Access Networ3 for ,<SL fro* @:. RCS

Re ar's @:.-RCS2 "s " non-(I44 ,4 Connecti$ity Access Networ3 for ,<S

"usti#ication In satellite comm nications t%ere is a trend to increasin&l! inte&rate Satcom access wit% terrestrial -;- tec%nolo&! rat%er t%an to de*elop sto*e+pipe Satcom specific networks. T%is incl des t%e desire to inte&rate Satcom access wit% I7S. In partic lar, 1>=+R$S %as specified an inte&ration of 1>=+R$S2 wit% I7S. Wit%in t%is work, t%e need %as (een identified to (e a(le to indicate at I7S+le*el t%at 1>=+R$S2 is sed as an access network. For e<ample, for c%ar&in& p rposes t%e 1>=+R$S access needs to (e distin& is%a(le from ot%er access networks w%ic% ma! (e sed in parallel. )t I7S le*el, access networks are distin& is%ed (! a correspondin& *al e in t%e P+)ccess Info %eader. )s of !et, t%ere is no P+)ccess Info %eader *al e for 1>=+R$S2. T%e first step in definin& a P+)ccess Info %eader *al e for 1>=+ R$S2 is to define 1>=+R$S2 as an IP $onnecti*it! )ccess -etwork for I7S in TS 22.22". $!%ective: to specif! 1>=+R$S2 as an IP $onnecti*it! )ccess -etwork for I7S.

Service Aspects: ,ne of t%e reasons to identif! at I7S+le*el t%at 1>=+R$S2 is sed as an access network is to (e a(le to differentiate I7S application (e%a*io r. Charging Aspects: ,ne of t%e reasons to identif! at I7S+le*el t%at 1>=+R$S2 is sed as an access network is to (e a(le to differentiate tariffs.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;C01A0

Se/%enti"l Flexi+le Alertin 'SBD9FA) =,@9;C00A0


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+a e Sta2e 1 G0perli#' S4-120C8; &1Brapporteur 5r"n e +otes S4E;C "ppro$ed 2,@ H St" e 1 co*pleted TS 22.11(

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, ;emalto, C awei, )lcatel+. cent


Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,#iFue Title 1< (100;8 Rel-C Fe"t%re: ,<S <%lti*edi" -elep#ony "nd S%pple*ent"ry Ser$ices ',<S-SS) (800;C Rel-C .%ildin .loc3: Flexi+le Alertin 'FA) (800;8 St" e 1 FA +ature of relatio#s4ip

22.11(

"usti#ication In t%e c rrent definition of t%e Fle<i(le )lertin& 2F)4 in TS 22.173 onl! F) &ro p mem(ers t%at are sim ltano sl! alerted (! t%e incomin& call is descri(ed. T%e case w%ere F) &ro p mem(ers ma! (e alerted se' entiall! is not mentioned. T%e possi(ilit! to alert se' entiall! F) &ro p is missin&. T%e aim of t%is en%ancement to Fle<i(le )lertin& 2Se' ential F)4 is to allow t%e ser to reac% (! t%e last acti*e terminal. $!%ective: to specif! t%e re' irements for alertin& t%e F) &ro p mem(er se' entiall! will (e in*esti&ated. Ser*ice aspects will (e in*esti&ated. T%e need for new c%ar&in& mec%anisms will (e considered will (e e*al ated

Service Aspects: MMI)Aspects: Charging Aspects: Security Aspects:

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,1< ;C01A1

6"n %" e "nd <od"lity ,nfor*"tion for co**%nic"tions '6"n ,nfo) =,@9;C00A1
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+a e Sta2e 1 G0perli#' S4-1(010C +otes S4E;8 co*pleted. =pd"ted 2,@ S4-1208(1FGS4-1(010C TSBTR 22.22C

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, France Telecom, C awei, ? alcomm, Sprint


Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,#iFue 1< Title 4A0024 Rel-11 St%dy on Non :oice B*er ency Ser$ices 'FS9N5:BS) +ature of relatio#s4ip -R 22.C11 %se c"se 10

"usti#ication In 3;PP TR 22."71 NSt d! on non+*oice emer&enc! ser*ices 2FS3-,>8S4O, t%e se case 16 presents t%e case of a si&n lan& a&e ser callin& emer&enc! ser*ice and &ettin& s pport (! an interpreter in a rela! ser*ice. T%is case re' ires t%at a 3+wa! *ideo call is esta(lis%ed (etween t%e emer&enc! caller, PS)P, and si&n lan& a&e interpreter. $ rrent sta&e 2 and 3 ass me t%at a person in t%e PS)P wo ld reco&nise t%e emer&enc! callerPs special needs and set p a 3+wa! call wit% an interpreter. Cowe*er t%is ma! not meet t%e re' irements of sers in need of modalit! s pport. )fter f rt%er st d!, it seems more sef l to &eneralise t%is feat re to all calls. $!%ective: to specif! re' irements for ne&otiation of t%e serPs desired lan& a&e and modalit! 2spoken, si&nedV4. will (e considered. -one identified.

Service Aspects: MMI)Aspects:

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

Charging Aspects: -o additional re' irement is foreseen Security Aspects: -one identified

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;80140

B*er ency Session ,dentific"tion 'BS,@) =,@9;80040


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G0perli#' S4-1(012A +otes S4E;8 co*pleted '22.101 CRE044;) TSBTR 22.101 +a e Sta2e 1

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Telecom Italia, 1e tsc%e Telekom, C awei, 8ricsson, ,ran&e, ? alcomm "usti#ication: In some co ntries PS)Ps are connected to t%e operator $- accordin& to different confi& rations for t%e correct ro tin& of an emer&enc! session. 8<amples of s c% sc%emes areI shared (SA(, w%ere one sin&le PS)P, connected to ,perator $-, s pports t%e termination of different national emer&enc! ser*ices, 2e.&. ,ne PS)P %andlin& two different emer&enc! n m(ers4U dedicated (SA(* w%ere eac% PS)P connected to t%e ,perator $- s pports t%e termination of eac% sin&le national emer&enc! ser*ice, 2e.&. PS)P1 for emer&enc! n m(er P<<<P, PS)P2 for emer&enc! n m(er P!!!PV4U hierarchic (SA(* w%ere t%e ,perator $- is connected onl! to one PS)P, t%at %as t%e responsi(ilit! to re+ro te t%e emer&enc! session towards t%e correct terminatin& PS)P.

T%e national re& lator can introd ce co ntr! specific t!pes of emer&enc! ser*ices w%ic% cannot (e nam(i& o sl! identified in t%e I7 $- S (s!stem 2I7S4 if t%e! are not incl ded in t%e emer&enc! ser*ice t!pes c rrentl! defined in 3;PP specs. )ccordin& to different national n m(erin& plan t%ere are co ntr! specific t!pes of emer&enc! ser*ices alread! in place 2i.e. 11# in Ital! dedicated to c%ild protection4. $!%ective: to specif! ser*ice re' irements for t%e I7 $- S (s!stem 2I7S4 so t%at eac% emer&enc! ser*ice is properl! mana&ed in all t%e possi(le network scenarios descri(ed a(o*eI 1. 2. T%e emer&enc! ser*ice in*oked (! t%e 5ser needs to (e identified nam(i& o sl!. T%e emer&enc! ser*ice indication needs to (e carried t%ro &% t%e operatorPs network to t%e PS)P.

MMI)Aspects: will need to (e considered. Charging Aspects: $%ar&in& mec%anisms will need to (e considered. Security Aspects: will need to (e considered.

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Resources:
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4re$ention of <o+ile-5ri in"tin si n"llin "ndJor d"t" tr"ffic of =B in Connected *ode '4<5C) =,@9;800A42
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+a e Sta2e 1 G0perli#' S4-1(0111 +otes S4E;8 co*pleted TSBTR 22.011

;80142

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -TT 1,$,7,, B11I, BT, S,FT=)-B 7,=I.8, TeliaSonera, Citac%i, .; 8lectronics, -8$, -T$, Panasonic, Sams n& "usti#ication: $ rrentl! man! networks tr! to a*oid o*erload sit ations (! sin& *ario s forms of access control. = t t%e c rrent trend, w%ere a %i&% n m(er of smart+p%ones in t%e network is Malwa!s onM w%ic% res lts in more pro(a(ilit! in remainin& in RR$3$,--8$T81 mode, makes access control less effecti*e, since it is onl! applica(le to RR$3I1.8. T%is lea*es an o*erloaded network &ettin& e*en more o*erloaded, since, especiall! in sit ations of e.&. disaster, people tr! to send 7, traffic a&ain and a&ain from t%en+RR$3$,--8$T81 58s and t%e network res lts in (ein& forced to process t%ose re' ests. In t%e end, t%e network starts discardin& e*en emer&enc! calls and %i&% priorit! calls, w%ic% %as to (e a*oided. $!%ective: to specif! ser*ice re' irements for pre*ention of mo(ile+ori&inatin& si&nallin& and@or data traffic of 58s in 8+5TR)- in connected mode (ased on t%e criteria for t%e access (arrin& mec%anisms.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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SA1JSA2 Fe"t%res
+a e C1P! -o3ilit0 a#" S1PTO at t4e Co%al +etwor' Operator Poli%ies for 1P 1#terfa%e Sele%tio# S4ort -essa2e Servi%e (S-S) su3 it a#" "eliver0 wit4out -S1S<+ i# 1-S 1-S-3ase" Teleprese#%e Group (o u#i%atio# S0ste *#a3lers for CT* -a%4i#e-T0pe a#" ot4er o3ile "ata appli%atio#s (o u#i%atio#s e#4a#%e e#ts Poli%0 a#" (4ar2i#2 (o#trol for supporti#2 fiDe" 3roa"3a#" a%%ess #etwor's 1-S Eusi#ess Tru#'i#2 for 1P-PE5 i# Stati% -o"e of Operatio# &C!+ +etwor' Sele%tio# for 3GPP Ter i#als ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es &e3 Real Ti e (o u#i%atio# a%%ess to 1-S ,sa2e -o#itori#2 (o#trol P(( e#4a#%e e#t !ppli%atio# Ease" (4ar2i#2 *#4a#%e" S2a -o3ilit0 Over truste" &C!+ a%%ess to *P( Opti i=e" Offloa"i#2 to &C!+ i# 3GPP-R!T -o3ilit0 +etwor'-provi"e" Co%atio# i#for atio# for 1-S Truste" &C!+ !%%ess +etwor' (T&!+) %ase (ore +etwor' Overloa" - ,ser Co%atio# 1#for atio# reporti#2 i prove e#t !%ro#0 6,<5NB54,,S S<S<, ,<S9-B6B4 ICSB96-B <-Ce 44C .%s-, 26AN9NS 4roSe ,<S92e+R-C =<5NC A.C eS"<5I 25R< NB-65C9-2AN CN59=6, Resour%e S2!C4!C1!R( S2!C1 S2!C1!C4 S1!C1!C(!C4 S1!S2!S( S2!S1!S(!C1!C(!C4!CA!R2!R ( S2!S1!S;!C(!C1!C4 S2!S1!C1!C( S2!S1!S(!C1 S1!S2!S(!C1!C(!C4!CA S1!S2!S(!C1!C4!,B-F S2!C( S2!S;!C( S2!C1!C4 S2!C1 S2!C(!C1!C4 S2!C(!C4 rapporteur &%"wei 6I Blectronics NSN 5r"n e NSN ,ntel &%"wei @e%tsc#e -ele3o* ,ntel D%"lco** C#in" <o+ile M-B Allot Co**%nic"tions M-B .l"c3.erry Alc"tel-6%cent Alc"tel-6%cent

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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,1< ;0002 C ;0012 C ;00(2 C ;(001 ; ;8002 0 ;0022 C ;(001 A

6,4A <o+ility "nd S,4-5 "t t#e 6oc"l Networ3 '6,<5NB-) =,@9;0002C
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!%ro#0 6,<5NB6,<5NB6,<5NB--S,4-5 6,<5NB--S,4-5 6,<5NB--RAN 6,<5NB--6,4A 6,<5NB--6,4A Resour%e S2!C4!C1!R( S2 S2 C4!C1 R( S2 C1!C4 +a e C1P! -o3ilit0 a#" S1PTO at t4e Co%al +etwor' TR o# Sta2e 2 for C1P! -o3ilit0 a#" S1PTO at t4e Co%al +etwor' EE1H Sta2e 2 for S1PTO at t4e Co%al +etwor' EE1H Sta2e 3 (+ aspe%ts of S1PTO at t4e Co%al +etwor' R!+ aspe%ts for S1PTO at t4e Co%al +etwor' @eleted - ..2: St" e 2 for st"nd-"lone 6-I2 "nd "ssoci"ted <o+ility for 6,4A "nd S,4-5 "t t#e 6oc"l Networ3 @eleted - ..2: St" e ( CN "spects of 6,4A <o+ility

.inked to Rel+16 5I13#96639 .ocal IP )ccess and Selected IP Traffic ,ffload 2.IP)3SIPT,4
,1< ;0012 C ;00(2 C +a e TR o# Sta2e 2 EE1H Sta2e 2 !%ro#0 6,<5NB6,<5NB--S,4-5 G0perli#' S4-12082A S4-12082A +otes S4E;8 co*pleted S4EA0 co*pleted TSsBa#"BTRs new -R 2(.C;8 2(.0A0! 2(.401

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, )TET , >eriAon Wireless, .; 8lectronics, $isco, R niper, HT8, -8$, $%ina 7o(ile, )lcatel+. cent, Sams n&, ;8-=)-1, -okia, -S-, F Fits , 7otorola, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, ? alcomm, $)TT, Inter1i&ital, ,ran&e, S%arp, =roadcom $orporation "usti#ication: Rel+16 arc%itect re %as (een pdated to s pport .ocal IP )ccess 2.IP)4 and Selected IP Traffic ,ffload 2SIPT,4 in t%e macro network. Cowe*er, d e to lack of time, not all Rel+16 re' irements from Sta&e 1 were implemented. -ota(l!, t%e Rel+16 sol tion %as t%e followin& limitationsI + + .IP) onl! s pports a local &atewa! 2.+;W4 collocated wit% t%e Come 2e4-ode= 2i.e. no stand+alone .+;W s pport4, w%ic% pre*ents mo(ilit! wit%in t%e local networkU no s pport for traffic offload for C2e4-= s (s!stem at t%e local network 2traffic offload in Rel+16 is onl! s pported in t%e 7o(ile ,perator -etwork4.

T%ere was an interest d rin& Rel+11 to en%ance t%e arc%itect re de*eloped as part of Rel+16 .IP)3SIPT, Work Item to s pport t%e remainin& nimplemented re' irements ori&inall! de*eloped as part of Rel+16. In Rel+11, S)2 cond cted an anal!sis 2t%o &% not completed4 t%at was doc mented in TR23."90 on t%e feat res descri(ed a(o*e. In Rel+12, t%e work is contin ed and it %as (een concl ded t%at t%e most important scenario is t%e per+ )P- SIPT, at t%e .ocal -etwork to offload Internet traffic. T%e mo(ilit! wit% IP address preser*ation is not re' ired. T%e SIPT,T.- is applica(le to C2e4-= s!stem and small cells. $!%ective: to de*elop t%e appropriate normati*e specifications for per+)P- SIPT, at t%e .ocal -etwork to offload Internet traffic. T%e mo(ilit! wit% IP address preser*ation is not re' ired. T%e SIPT,T.- s%o ld (e applica(le to C2e4-= s!stem and small cells. Service AspectsI -o ser*ice s%o ld (e impacted as a res lt of t%is work. Charging Aspects: to (e considered for t%e f nctionalities listed in t%e ,(Fecti*es Security Aspects: Sec rit! aspects and .awf l Interception arc%itect re are to (e considered
,1< ;(001 ; ;(011 ; ;(021 ; +a e EE1H Sta2e 3 (+ aspe%ts C-4 p"rt C-1 p"rt G0perli#' C4-1(0214 C4-1(0214 C4-1(0214 +otes C4EA( co*pleted C4EA1 co*pleted C4EA( co*pleted TSBTR St" e ( 2(.00(! 2(.00C! 28.002! 28.0A0! 28.2(0! 28.212! 28.214! 28.(0( 24.00C! 24.(01

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$!%ective: to incl de t%e f nctionalit! to s pport traffic offload re' irements at t%e local network incl din& mo(ilit!, t%e proced res capt red in 3;PP TS 23.#61 and 3;PP TS 23.666 for SIPT, at t%e local network. T%e normati*e work s%all co*er t%e followin& network scenariosI .+;W collocated wit% Ce-=, e-=, C-= or -ode= 2(! adoptin& t%e principles of Rel+16 .IP) arc%itect re4U and Standalone .+;W collocated wit% S;W 2(! adoptin& t%e principles of SIPT, a(o*e R)- arc%itect re wit% standalone ;W4.

8<pected impacts are on t%e -)S protocol, ;TP+$ protocols, CSS ser s (scriptions. RA+ aspects #or SI(,$ at the Local +et-or. /LIM$+0,)RA+1 2I345600'0 Resources:
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+a e R!+ aspe%ts for S1PTO at t4e Co%al +etwor' Core

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, Cisilicon, )TET, Intel $orporation, -8$, >eriAon, ? alcomm Incorporated, $7$$, Interdi&ital $omm nications, .; 8lectronics, )lcatel+. cent, ip.access, Citac%i, Sams n&, $)TT, $%ina 5nicom, 7its (is%i 8lectric "usti#ication 1 rin& Rel+16, 3;PP %as specified f nctionalities to s pport .ocal IP )ccess 2.IP)4 and Selected IP Traffic ,ffload 2SIPT,4. Cowe*er, not all of .IP) and SIPT, re' irements from sta&e+1 2TS 22.226, TS 22.1614 were implemented in Rel+16. -ota(l!, t%e sol tion s ffers from t%e followin& limitationsI + + .IP) onl! s pports a local &atewa! 2.+;W4 collocated wit% t%e C2e4-= 2i.e. no stand+alone .+;W s pport4, w%ic% pre*ents mo(ilit! wit%in t%e local network, -o s pport for traffic offload for C2e4-= s (s!stem at t%e local network 2traffic offload in Rel+16 is onl! s pported at or a(o*e t%e Radio )ccess -etwork4.

S)2 TR 23."90 cond cted an anal!sis on t%e feat res to s pport t%e remainin& nimplemented re' irements. T%e present work item contin es and completes t%e work and de*elops t%e appropriate normati*e specifications. It %as (een concl ded t%at t%e most important scenario is t%e per+)P- SIPT, at t%e .ocal -etwork to offload Internet traffic. T%e mo(ilit! wit% IP address preser*ation is not re' ired. T%e SIPT, at .ocal -etwork is applica(le to C2e4-= s!stem and to e-=@R-$, w%ic% incl desI + + + + SIPT, at t%e .ocal -etwork wit% standalone ;W 2wit% S+;W and .+;W collocated4 f nction SIPT, at t%e .ocal -etwork wit% .+;W f nction collocated wit% t%e e-= SIPT, at t%e .ocal -etwork wit% .+;W f nction collocated wit% t%e Ce-= SIPT, at t%e .ocal -etwork wit% .+;W f nction collocated wit% C-=

T%e p rpose of t%is work is to e*al ate and specif! t%e R)- impacts (ased on t%e re' irements from S)1 2TS 22.226, TS 22.1614 and t%e concl sions drawn from sta&e 2 capt red in S)2 TS 23.#61 and TS 23.666 for SIPT, at t%e local network. $!%ective: R)- en%ancements for f nctionalit! to s pport SIPT, at local network, w%ic% is applica(le to C2e4-= s!stem and to e-=@R-$. It co*ers t%e followin& work task a. (. R)-3 specifications for collocated .+;W case R)-3 specifications for standalone .+;W case

$!%ective ) Core: to e*al ate and specif! t%e R)- impacts (ased on re' irements from S)1 2TS 22.226, TS 22.1614 and concl sions drawn from sta&e 2 capt red in S)2 TS 23.#61 and TS 23.666 for SIPT, at t%e local network. T%is work item does not incl de t%e small cells aspects st died or introd ced as part of Rel+12.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: .; 8lectronics, ? alcomm, >eriAon Wireless, 1e tsc%e Telekom, ,ran&e, )TET, R niper -etworks, B11I, Telecom Italia, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, -okia, -S-, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, HT8, Panasonic, CT$, =lack=err!, Inter1i&ital, BP.inked to Rel+16 IF,7 IP Flow 7o(ilit! and seamless W.)- offload 2non+seamless W.)- offload aspects4 E Rel+11 .I7,-8T 2s pport traffic offload at local network4
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title ;1004 @"t" ,dentific"tion in Access Networ3 @isco$ery "nd Selection C F%nction '@,@A) ;0002 6,4A <o+ility "nd S,4-5 "t t#e 6oc"l Networ3 '6,<5NB-) C 4;004 ,4 Flow <o+ility "nd se"*less 26AN offlo"d ',F5<) 1 +ature of relatio#s4ip AN@SF en#"nce*ents 4olicies for selected ,4 tr"ffic offlo"d per ,4 flow %nder "ny A4N or per ,4 flow %nder " specific A4N Non-se"*less 26AN offlo"d "spects.

"usti#ication: In Rel+16, t%e 8PS arc%itect re was en%anced wit% s!stem s pport for non+seamless W.)- offload. T%is feat re allows t%e operator to d!namicall! or staticall! confi& re t%e 58 wit% inter+s!stem ro tin& policies t%at assist a d al+radio 58 in selectin& IP interface wit% per+flow &ran larit!. In Rel+11, S)1 disc ssed SIPT, 2Selected IP Traffic ,ffload4 policies for t%e Come 2e4-ode= s (s!stem per )P- or per IP flow. SIPT, policies per IP flow are ro tin& policies indicatin& w%ic% )P- to se for a specific IP flow, t%at t%e operator ma! pro*ide to t%e 58 to assist t%e 58 in ro tin& t%e IP flows towards an appropriate )P-. T%is is applica(le for t%e 58 re&ardless of w%et%er or not it %as esta(lis%ed IP connecti*it! to t%e local enterprise@residential network. T%is re' irement is *er! similar to t%e re' irement for non+seamless W.)- offload in t%at in (ot% cases t%e 58 needs to perform ro tin& decisions for plink packets 2i.e. select t%e IP interface on w%ic% to forward t%e packet4 and s ppl! t%e so rce IP address accordin&l!. Selection across m ltiple IP interfaces is act all! a &eneric pro(lem of Nm lti+%omedO terminals and applies to (ot% p%!sical interfaces 2e.&. cell lar *s W.)-4 and lo&ical interfaces 2e.&. selection amon& m ltiple P1- connections4. )n! 3;PP compliant 58 s pportin& m ltiple P1- connections %as (een confronted wit% t%e pro(lem of selectin& t%e proper interface for ro tin& of IP flows since Rel+00 and %as (een dealin& wit% it in implementation+specific manner. Wit% 8PS t%e sa&e of sim ltaneo s P1- connections will (ecome common and t%e 58 will %a*e se*eral options for ro tin& of certain traffic flows. For instance, Internet+(o nd traffic flows co ld (e ro ted *ia m ltiple a*aila(le interfaces. W%ile Rel+16 inter+s!stem ro tin& policies allow operators to infl ence 58s to select (etween 3;PP access or non+ seamless W.)- offload, t%ere are c rrentl! no standards pro*isions allowin& operators to infl ence 58s to select a specific interface amon& t%e a*aila(le interfaces for ro tin& of IP flows. T%is work item proposes to en%ance operator policies for IP interface selection to ro te specific IP flows. If necessar!, t%e operator policies for IP interface selection will incl de instantiation of a new IP interface in t%e 58 2e.&. P1connection esta(lis%ment4. $!%ective: to st d! and if needed to specif!I operator policies for selectin& an IP interface, for ro tin& of IP flows amon& a c%oice of a*aila(le interfaces in (ot% 3;PP and non+3;PP accessesU s!stem arc%itect re for distri( tion of t%ese policies to t%e 58 2it is e<pected t%at t%e work on arc%itect re aspects will (e (ased on t%e )-1SF framework4.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

To determine w%et%er t%e operator policies for )P- selection s%o ld (e defined as e<tension of t%e e<istin& inter+s!stem ro tin& policies for seamless and non+seamless W.)- offload defined in Rel+16, or as a new set of policies. In eit%er case it will (e determined %ow t%e new policies interact wit% t%e e<istin& )-1SF policies. T%e o tcome of t%is work s%all not o(solete t%e c rrent met%ods sed in 58s t%at e.&. (ind applications to specific P1connections 2i.e. )P-s4, and s%all not pre*ent c rrent met%ods from o*erridin& t%e operator policies defined in t%is work item. T%e sol tion defined in t%is work item s%all also address scenarios w%ere m ltiple P1- connections carr! traffic wit% o*erlappin& pri*ate IP*# addresses. -o ser*ice s%o ld (e impacted as a res lt of t%is work. Charging is to (e considered for t%e f nctionalities listed in t%e ,(Fecti*e section of t%e WI1. Security aspects are also to (e considered for t%e f nctionalities listed in t%e ,(Fecti*e section of t%e WI1.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, >eriAon Wireless, Sams n&, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, )lcatel+. cent, $isco, B11I, )cision, .; 8lectronics, $%ina Telecom, F Fits , C awei, HT8, CT$
Relate" Stu"0 1te ,1< Title (20C1 ;2002 1 41002 0 or :eature (if a#0) +ature of relatio#s4ip Bn#"nced t#e existin S<S o$er ,4 "ccess fe"t%re to s%pport <S,S@N-less S<S s%+*itJdeli$ery wit#in ,<S <-C client wit# 4S only s%+scription wit#o%t <S,S@N s#"ll +e "+le to %tilize t#is fe"t%re 'i.e! to "llow S<S wit#o%t <S,S@N wit#in ,<S) -"3e into "cco%nt t#e st" e 1 st%dy on "ltern"ti$e to %sin p%+lic n%*+erin reso%rces 'i.e! <S,S@N) for <-C co**%nic"tions

Rel-1 SA2 Fe"t%re "S%pport of S<S o$er eneric (I44 ,4 "ccess" 'S<S,4) Rel-11 SA2 .. "..1: St" e 2 "Re"c#"+ility Aspects of S,<-C Rel-12 -R 22.8CC SA1 St%dy on "ltern"ti$es to B.1A4 for <"c#ine--ype Co**%nic"tions 'FS9A<-C)

"usti#ication: Since Rel+7, S7S deli*er! o*er I7S %as (een possi(le wit% TS 23.26# NS pport of S%ort 7essa&e Ser*ice 2S7S4 o*er &eneric 3;PP Internet Protocol 2IP4 accessO. T%e f ndamental principle sed w%en de*elopin& t%at work is to re se t%e le&ac! $S S7S infrastr ct re in order to preser*e t%e possi(ilit! to deli*er S7S to (ot% $S domain and I7S as t%e ser ma! (e roamin& (etween (ot% domains. In addition maintain t%e e<istin& S7S infrastr ct re t%at an operator %as in place e.&. S$, ;7S$+S7S IW7S$. T%is is ac%ie*ed (! mandatin& 7SIS1- as part of t%e S7S deli*er! addressin&, e*en for S7S deli*er! toward I7S. In Rel+11, 7T$ allows t%e client to %a*e PS onl! s (scription wit%o t 7SIS1-. S c% clients ma! also (e I7S clients. )llowin& 7essa&es deli*er! to t%ese clients in I7S wit%o t 7SIS1- is an important re' irement for t%ese de*ices. T%erefore, t%ere is a need to impro*e t%e S7S s (mit@deli*er! mec%anism wit%in I7S to allow 7SIS1-+less deli*er! toward t%e I7S re&istered clients. $!%ectiveI to specif! arc%itect re en%ancement toward S7S s (mit@deli*er! mec%anism in I7S to allow I7S re&istered clients toI
Recei*e and send S7S wit%o t re' irin& an 7SIS1- associated as part of t%eir I7S s (scription record in CSS and an! possi(le en%ancements towards t%e related storin& and forwardin& mec%anism if t%e client is o t of reac%. Ser*er G I7S client comm nication *ia S7S 2e.&., for 7274 from 7SIS1-+less I7S client to Ser*er. I7S client to I7S client comm nication *ia S7S for Person to person comm nications. =ot% clients do not %a*e 7SIS1-. S7S Interworkin& (etween I7S client wit%o t 7SIS1- and traditional client 2e.&., $S4 wit% 7SIS1-, w%ic% ses alread! e<istin& S7S sc%eme.

T%ere are t%ree potential aspects for t%ese I7S clients wit%o t 7SIS1- t%at need to (e in*esti&atedI

-ormati*e specification work 2if needed or feasi(le4 for eac% of t%ese areas can (e started independentl!. )ll t%ese aspects s%all not impact t%e S7S ser*ice defined in TS 23.6#6 and s%all coe<ist wit% S7S ser*ices t%at make se of 7SIS1-. Charging Aspects: e<istin& c%ar&in& proced res for S7S associated wit% 7SIS1- are not affected. $%ar&in& for S7S not associated wit% an 7SIS1- will need to (e (ased on an identit! ot%er t%an 7SIS1-.
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)ddress scenario I7S client to I7S client S7S 2comprises S7S recei*e and send S7S wit%o t re' irin& an 7SIS1associated as part of t%eir s (scription record in CSS

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, C awei, Telecom Italia, $%ina 7o(ile, 8ricsson, ;emalto "usti#ication T%e Telepresence $onference allows t%e participants to en*o! a stron& sense of realism and presence (etween all participants in remote conference rooms 2called Telepresence rooms4. T%e Telepresence s!stems are composed of a n m(er of cameras and screens are t!picall! arran&ed to pro*ide panoramic *iews of t%e rooms, wit% eac% camera capt rin& ima&es from one re&ion of t%e room w%ere it is located. )dditional cameras ma! foc s on meetin& doc ments or track t%e c rrent speaker. I7S+(ased Telepresence will ena(le an immersi*e e<perience (! offerin& an interacti*e a dio+*is al comm nication e<perience (etween remote locations. Toda!, t%e I7S 7 ltimedia Ser*ice re' irement 2TS 22.22"4 identifies re' iements of to ena(le s pport of m ltimedia sessions and conferences as I7S applications. Cowe*er, it lacks a n m(er of additional re' irements ena(lin& s pport of a specific t!pe of m ltimedia conference known as a Telepresence conference. I7S+=ased Telepresence specification will ens re interopera(ilit! (etween Telepresence S!stems. $!%ective: to specif! t%e se cases and re' irements for I7S+=ased Telepresence $onference as e<tensions of e<istin& I7S m lti+media conference ser*ices and as applica(le for different kinds of de*ices 2mo(ile, fi<ed, etc4
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"usti#ication Telepresence allows t%e participants to enFo! a stron& sense of realism and presence (etween all participants in remote conference rooms 2called Telepresence rooms4. T%e Telepresence s!stems are composed of a n m(er of cameras and screens t%at are t!picall! arran&ed to pro*ide panoramic *iews of t%e rooms, wit% eac% camera capt rin& ima&es from one re&ion of t%e room w%ere it is located. )dditional cameras ma! foc s on meetin& doc ments or track t%e c rrent speaker. Telepresence s pported sin& I7S will ena(le an immersi*e e<perience (! offerin& an interacti*e a dio+*is al comm nication e<perience (etween remote locations. Toda!, 3;PP TS 22.22" identifies re' irements ena(lin& s pport of m ltimedia sessions and conferences as I7S applications. 3;PP S)1 %as alread! specified se cases and a n m(er of additional re' irements ena(lin& s pport of a specific t!pe of m ltimedia conference known as a Telepresence conference. To ena(le sers wit% different kinds of de*ices to Foin t%e Telepresence conference, Telepresence s pported sin& I7S will also pro*ide t%e interopera(le proced res to ens re interconnection wit% ot%er non+I7S (ased s!stems. T%e I8TF $.58 workin& &ro p is workin& on t%e &eneric SIP (ased mec%anism to pro*ide Telepresence conference. T%e st d! p%ase of t%is work will identif! t%e impact on t%e e<istin& 3;PP specifications and pro*ide t%e pdates in t%is work.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

$!%ective:

to st d! and specif! sta&e 3 sol tions for Telepresence s pported sin& I7S on t%e followin& aspectsI

To in*esti&ate t%e proced res to identif! m ltiple media streams in Telepresence (ased on t%e e<istin& I7S mec%anisms , and pro*ide t%e sol tion w%en incorporatin& new protocol 2i.e. $.58 as nder de*elopin& in I8TF4 to complete t%e media ne&otiation and confi& ration for Telepresence s pported in I7S, and en%ance t%e e<istin& sta&e 3 I7S conference proced res of creation@termination, ser Foinin&@in*itin& ot%er sers@lea*in&, and floor control for Telepresence sin& I7SU To ela(orate t%e (e%a*io r of t%e in*ol*ed I7S f nctional entities, for e<ample 58, )S and 7RF, in a Telepresence conferenceU To consider t%e interopera(ilit! and compati(ilit! for different kinds of de*ices 2mo(ile, fi<ed, etc4 to participate a Telepresence conference s pported in I7SU To in*esti&ate t%e --I impacts for Telepresence conference s pported sin& I7S.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, 5S 1epartment of $ommerce, )TET, 8TRI, =lack=err!, 7otorola Sol tions, )lcatel . cent, Sams n&, Carris, Instit te for Information Ind str! 2III4, .; 8lectronics, ? alcomm, HT8, CT$, ;eneral 1!namics =road(and, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, >odafone, Sprint, -8$, >eriAon, Come ,ffice 25B4, $%ina 7o(ile, Intel, T+7o(ile 5S), C awei, =T S)D96 SP+126#21 .S Repl! to 8TSI T8TR) 2S1+1212#7@T8TR)2124666636r14 to inform )ppro*al of t%is WI1 .inked to Rel+12 FS3ProSe TR 22."63 St d! on Pro<imit!+(ased Ser*ices. 8<ternal re' irementsI -IST, 78S), )P$, ;lo(al )lliance, T$$). Specif! 3;PP s!stem ena(lers to s pport &ro p comm nication o*er .T8 for P (lic Safet!.
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) I ,1< Title ;(0044 St%dy on 4roxi*ity-+"sed Ser$ices 'FS94roSe) ;C00;8 4roxi*ity-+"sed Ser$ices '4roSe) +ature of relatio#s4ip Co*ple*entin St%dy Co*ple*entin Fe"t%re

Sour%e of eDter#al reFuire e#ts Or2a#i=atio# <o%u e#t N,SF%nction"l @escription <C: 0C(011 F,NA61.pdf <BSA -ec#nic"l F%nction"l Re/%ire*ents Specific"tion A4C5 Ilo+"l Alli"nce -o +e loc"ted -CCA ,nfor*"tion "+o%t t#e syste* i*pro$e*ents re/%ire*ents for t#e "doption of 6-B for *issionJ+%siness critic"l co**%nic"tions

"usti#ication ;ro p comm nication is a ke! f nctionalit! of .7R@P7R and p (lic safet! s!stems. S c% f nctionalit! e<ists for *oice calls in e<istin& s!stems s c% as Tetra, P29 and ;S7+R. In t%e latter, t%is f nctionalit! was specified (! S7;@3;PP as >oice ;ro p $all Ser*ice Sta&e 1 2>;$S+TS#2.66"4. S c% f nctionalit! consists of a &ro p deli*er! of calls to sers as well as considerations a(o t set p and mana&ement of &ro ps. To position .T8 as tec%nolo&! for critical comm nications s c% as p (lic safet!, &ro p comm nication will (e needed. ;ro p comm nication f nction will complement its si(lin& comm nication feat re of pro<imit!+(ased ser*ices 2FS3ProSe 5I13936##, ProSe 5I139366904. So rces of inp t re' irements for ;ro p $omm nication S!stem 8na(lers for .T8I T%e work of t%e -ational P (lic Safet! Telecomm nications $o ncil 2-PST$+an or&aniAation made p of all t%e maFor p (lic safet! or&aniAations in t%e 5S4. T%e Tetra J $ritical $omm nications )ssociation 2T$$)4 w%o are considerin& .T8 for critical comm nications wit% similar re' irements t%e! e<pressed in t%eir initial re' irements in S1+1212#7. T%e )ssociation of P (lic safet! $omm nications ,fficials 2)P$,4 ;lo(al )lliance w%o %a*e also endorsed .T8 as t%e tec%nolo&! of c%oice for p (lic safet! comm nications worldwide.

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T%e International 5nion of Railwa!s 25I$4 w%o are likel! to consider .T8 as t%e (asis of t%e f t re &eneration after ;S7+R. T%e 8TSI Special $ommittee 87T8. and proFect 78S) %a*e identified ser re' irements for f t re (road(and mission critical PP1, PP2 and 1R applications reported in 78S) TS 76.661 t%at listed amon&st ot%ers point to m ltipoint comm nications re' irements.

$!%ective: S)1 o(Fecti*eI to specif! t%e s!stem ena(lersP Sta&e 1 ser*ice re' irements to t%e 3;PP s!stem to s pport &ro p comm nication o*er .T8 for critical comm nications s c% as P (lic Safet!. T%e comm nication will consist of *ario s media. 8<amples of media consist of con*ersational t!pe comm nication 2*oice, *ideo4 or streamin& 2*ideo4 or data 2messa&in&4 or a com(ination of t%em T%e S)1 o(Fecti*e is to collect t%e re' irements as rele*ant to impro*e t%e 8P$ and 8+5TR)-. ,t%er re&ional re' irements ma! also (e reflected in t%e work. T%e re' irements s%all (e worded in a wa! to easil! accommodate f t re re' irements from ot%er re&ions or stake%olders. )t least re' irements on t%e followin& topics s%all (e pro*idedI ;ro p $omm nication ;ro p siAe ;ro p Candlin& Priorit! Candlin& $all esta(lis%ment times Reso rce efficienc!

;$S83.T8 s%all not define re' irements for ProSe. )ll ProSe &ro ps comm nications will (e defined wit%in ProSe. 7ana&ement of &ro p comm nications will (e defined in ;$S83.T8. ;$S83.T8 s%o ld aim at re+ sin& e<istin&, standardiAed f nctionalit! w%en possi(le and F stified. ) &ap anal!sis of e<istin& sta&e 1 specifications will (e done and is foreseen to (e incl ded as an informati*e anne< to TS 22.#6". S)2 o(Fecti*esI 1. )s part of t%e TR p%ase a. (. c. 2. 1efine t%e arc%itect ral re' irements 2(ased on t%e Sta&e 1 normati*e re' irements4 in order to scope@& ide t%e work in S)2U 1e*elop ;$S83.T8 sol tions (ased on o(Fecti*e a4U and 1etermine w%ic% sol tion2s4 from t%e TR p%ase to doc ment in normati*e specifications

Specif! selected Sta&e 2 2arc%itect re4 sol tions in rele*ant specifications.

S)3 o(Fecti*esI 1. )s part of t%e TR p%ase a. =ased on t%e work done in 22.#6" and 23.76" identif! t%e t%reats and ded ce sec rit! re' irementsU (. 1e*elop ;$S83.T8 sec rit! sol tions (ased on o(Fecti*e a4U and c. 1etermine w%ic% sol tion2s4 from t%e TR p%ase to doc ment in normati*e specifications 2. Specif! selected Sta&e 2 sec rit! sol tions in rele*ant specifications. Service Aspects: Ser*ice aspects will %a*e to (e identified Charging Aspects: Will (e identified in t%is work item

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S(758 stopped 99' and 99:. Split 99& and 993 into ,R and Stage ' -or..
,1< ;A002 1 +a e Sta2e 1 for Support for 1#terwor'i#2 wit4 -2Servi%e *#a3le e#t !%ro#0 <-CeS,<SB Resourc e S1 G0perli#' S41204(A +otes S4E;8 co*pleted. @efine re/%ire*ents for interwor3in wit# <2< ser$ice en"+le*ent l"yer specified +y B-S, -C <2< in -S 102 AC8 'So%rce of specific"tions for Ser$ice Bn"+le*ent l"yer) TS 22.(AC

Supporting Individual Me !ers: BP-, 8TRI, Sierra Wireless, Panasonic, B11I, ITRI, HT8, Interdi&ital $omm nications, Sams n&, Intel, Instit te for Information Ind str! 2III4, -8$, .; 8lectronics, Telecom Italia
Sour%e of eDter#al reFuire e#ts (if a#0) Or2a#i=atio# <o%u e#t B-S, -C <2< B-S, -S 102 AC8 Re ar's So%rce of specific"tions for Ser$ice Bn"+le*ent l"yer

"usti#ication Standardisation work related to 7T$ is on+&oin& in ot%er standardisation (odies 2e.&. 8TSI T$ 7274 on 727 ser*ice ena(lement. T%e work on ser*ice ena(lement will re' ire complementin& work in 3;PP t%at affect e<istin& 7T$ re' irements in t%e 3;PP s!stem and re' irements on t%e interfaces (etween t%e 3;PP s!stem and t%e 727 ser*ice ena(lement la!er. $!%ectiveI identif! and specif! ser*ice re' irements for t%e s pport of interworkin& of t%e 3;PP S!stem wit% 727 ser*ice ena(lement la!ers as specified (! 8TSI T$ 727. Specificall! t%is incl desI o o o $larif! t%e relation@mappin& (etween t%e 7T$ Ser*er and 8TSI T$ 727 ser*ice capa(ilities Re' irements for %andlin& s (scri(er identities across ser*ice ena(lement la!ers and t%e 3;PP s!stem Re' irements of interworkin& and inte&ration of acco ntin& and c%ar&in& information

in order to a*oid o*erlappin& specifications, clarif! w%ere t%e (order is (etween 3;PP f nctionalit! and 727 ser*ice ena(lement as specified (! e<ternal (odies.

Service Aspects: Specification of 727 ser*ice ena(lement or 727 applications are o tside t%e scope of t%is WI1. MMI)Aspects: -one. 77I aspects ma! (e rele*ant to t%e mac%ine+t!pe applications in*ol*ed, ( t t%e applications t%emsel*es are o t of scope of t%is WI1. Charging Aspects: Impro*ements of $1R &eneration are addressed in TS 22.36". Security Aspects: )n! necessar! sec rit! anal!sis will (e ndertaken (! S)3.

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+a e Sta2e 1 for -a%4i#e-T0pe a#" ot4er o3ile "ata appli%atio#s (o u#i%atio#s J Servi%e ReFuire e#t -ai#te#a#%e

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TS 22.101! 22.(AC

Supporting Individual Me !ers: BP-, Panasonic, Sierra Wireless, B11I, =lack=err!, ,ran&e, Telecom Italia, Intel, Sams n&, ;emalto, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8TRI, Renesas 7o(ile , ST 8ricsson, 8ricsson "usti#ication ) n m(er of t%e 7T$ related ser*ice re' irements in 22.36" and 22.161 %a*e not (een implemented !et in Rel+12. For some of t%ese ser*ice re' irements t%ere are sta&e 2 acti*ities on&oin& in Rel+12. For t%ese acti*ities, Sta&e 1 need to s pport t%e Sta&e 2 work, e.&. wit% clarifications of t%e e<istin& ser*ice re' irements. For t%e ser*ice re' irements for w%ic% t%ere are no Sta&e 2 acti*ities in Rel+12, Sta&e 1 needs to re*isit w%et%er t%ese ser*ice re' irements are still *alid or w%et%er t%e! s%o ld (e remo*ed. F rt%ermore, t%is WI will pro*ide end of release ali&nment at t%e end of Rel+12, to ens re t%at t%e Sta&e 1 ser*ice specifications reflect w%at %as (een implemented in Sta&e 2. $ne o!%ective of t%is WI1 is to pro*ide clarifications pon re' est from Sta&e 2 &ro ps for t%e ser*ice re' irements t%at Sta&e 2 &ro ps are workin& on in Rel+12. T%e items for w%ic% t%is applies incl deI
Restrict t%e se of a 5SI7 to specific 58sI re' irement in 22.36" cla se 7.1.1. .ower power cons mption of 7T$ 1e*icesI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.1.1 Small 1ata Transmissions as per t%e ser*ice re' irements defined in t%e cla se 7.2.9 of TS 22.36" 8fficient %andlin& of fre' ent small data transmission as per t%e ser*ice re' irement defined in cla se #.3.1 of TS 22.161

A second o!%ective of t%is WI1 is to reconsider e<istin& ser*ice re' irements in 22.36" t%at are not listed in Sta&e 2 7T$e WI1s. It will (e decided w%ic% of t%ese ser*ice re' irements will (e retained, restr ct red, or remo*ed permanentl! from Rel+12 and f t re releases. T%e ser*ice re' irements for w%ic% t%is applies incl deI
7T$ 7onitorin&I re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2." $reate ( lk $1Rs to co nt c%ar&ea(le e*ents per &ro p of 7T$ 1e*icesI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.1.9 8nforce a ma<im m (it rate for a &ro p of 7T$ 1e*icesI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.1#.2 Send a (roadcast messa&e wit%in a partic lar &eo&rap%ic area, e.&. to wake p t%e 7T$ 1e*ices t%at are mem(ers of a &ro pI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.1#.3 )cti*ation of 7T$ feat resI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.1.1. Candle re&istration and interaction of 58s and applications on 58s wit% I7S efficientl!I re' irement in 22.36" cla se 7.1.1 7T$ 1e*ice tri&&erin& w%en not attac%edI Remainin& re' irement in 22.36" cla se 7.1.3. $%ar&in& for si&nalin& and c%ar&in& related to 2t%e se of4 partic lar 7T$ Feat res and &ro p 2( lk4 c%ar&in&I re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.1.9. .ow mo(ilit! G optimiAe mo(ilit! mana&ement proced res per 58 (! e.&. c%an&in& fre' enc!I re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.1. Time controlled G allow@reFect access re' ests (ased on a pre+defined time inter*alI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.2 Time tolerant G restrict 58 access to t%e network e.&. for certain areas d rin& o*erloadI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.3 7o(ile ori&inated onl! G optimiAe mo(ilit! mana&ement proced res per 58 (! e.&. red cin& fre' enc!I re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.6 Infre' ent mo(ile terminated G optimiAe mo(ilit! mana&ement proced res per 58 (! e.&. red cin& fre' enc!I re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.7 Priorit! alarm sent from 58 in t%e e*ent of e.&. t%eftI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.0. .ocation+specific tri&&erI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.11 Infre' ent transmission G 58 to attac% to network and initiate connecti*it! onl! w%en t%ere is data to (e sentI re' irements in 22.36" cla se 7.2.13 7SIS1-+less 7,+S7SI re' irement in 22.161 cla se 291

Some of t%e a(o*e re' irements ma! (e partiall! alread! implemented, or ma! (e partiall! alread! (e worked pon. T%is will %a*e to (e taken into acco nt in a restr ct rin& of t%e rele*ant re' irements. A third o!%ective of t%is WI1 is to pro*ide t%e s al end of release maintenance to ens re t%at t%e final Rel+12 *ersion of t%e ser*ice re' irement specifications reflect w%at %as (een implemented in Sta&e 2. -o new ser*ice re' irements will (e added nder t%is WI1.

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Se%urit0 a#" Priva%0 aspe%ts for -a%4i#e-T0pe a#" ot4er o3ile "ata appli%atio#s (o u#i%atio#s e#4a#%e e#ts (Sta2e 2)

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+otes S4EA( co*pleted. -R ((.CAC$100 for 1-step Appro$"l. 2"s Rel-10 =,@94A002( 'Sec%rity for N,<-C). 2"s Rel-11 =,@948002C '-R on Sec%rity "spects of <-C). S4E;A "cti$ity tr"nsferred to Rel-12 Fe"t%re <-Ce S4EA( co*pleted. -S ((.1C1$100 for 1-step Appro$"l

TSBTR new -R ((.CAC

new -S ((.1C1

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Sams n&, Intel, -okia Siemens -etwork, >eriAon, .; 8lectronics, ITRI, ? alcomm, CT$, 7ediaTek, $%ina 7o(ile, Telecom Italia, B11I, )mdocs, Panasonic, BP-, R niper, $)TT, Renesas, III, HT8, Interdi&ital, -8$, =lack=err!, )cision, BT, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, Sierra Wireless, F Fits , TeliaSonera, )lcatel+. cent, C awei, ;eneral 1!namics =road(and, )TET, ,ran&e, -TT 1,$,7,, 7otorola 7o(ilit!
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title 4C01(0 Syste* ,*pro$e*ents for <"c#ine -ype Co**%nic"tions O St" e 1 ;20021 Syste* ,*pro$e*ents for <"c#ine -ype Co**%nic"tions O St" e 2 +ature of relatio#s4ip -#is is t#e precedin 2, for Rel-11 4recedin 2, for Rel-11! see "lso -R 2(.CCC

"usti#ication )rc%itect ral en%ancements to facilitate comm nications wit% packet data networks and applications were specified in TS 23.6"2 in Rel+11. Ser*ice Re' irements for 7ac%ine T!pe $omm nications were pro*ided in TS 22.36" and TS 22.161. In Rel+11 followin& work task were completed G Roamin& and non+roamin& )rc%itect re Reference 7odel for 7T$, -etwork elements, interfaces and proced res for 1e*ice Tri&&erin& feat re, S pport for 7SIS1-+less PS+onl! s (scription for 1e*ice Tri&&erin& and 7T+S7S, )ddressin& aspects, and S pport for PS+,nl! s (scription. 1 e to time constraints, sol tions to address se*eral ser*ice re' irements descri(ed in TS 22.36" and TS 22.161 were not specified in t%e Rel+11 timeframe. T%is WI will pro*ide sta&e+2 specification for t%e remainin& sta&e+1 re' irements. )lso maintenance of e<istin& sta&e+1 re' irements will (e done nder t%is work item. 8n%ancements for 7T$ ma! appl! for wider ran&e of mo(ile data applications. Standardisation work related to 7T$ is also on+&oin& in ot%er standardisation (odies 2e.&. 8TSI T$ 7274 on 727 ser*ice ena(lement. T%e work on ser*ice ena(lement will re' ire complementin& work in 3;PP t%at affect e<istin& 7T$ re' irements in t%e 3;PP s!stem and re' irements on t%e interfaces (etween t%e 3;PP s!stem and t%e 727 ser*ice ena(lement la!er. $!%ectives: Stage & o!%ectives of t%is work item are identified in two specific = ildin& =locks nder t%is WI1I + + S pport for interworkin& wit% 727 ser*ice ena(lement 27T$e+SI7S84 Ser*ice Re' irement 7aintenance 27T$e+SR74

Stage ' o!%ective to pro*ide sta&e+2 for re' irements identified in TS 22.36" and TS 22.161. T%e work will (e cond cted in separate ==s. 8ac% == is defined as separate WI1 and can come to concl sions independentl! re&ardin& normati*e work. )dditional ==s ma! (e added. Small 1ata and Tri&&erin& 8n%ancements 27T$e+S11T84 7onitorin& 8n%ancements 27T$e+7,-T84 58 Power $ons mptions ,ptimiAations 27T$e+58P$,P4 ;ro p (ased feat res 27T$e+;R,5P4

Stage ' Security and (rivacy o!%ective: to pro*ide sta&e 2 for re' irements identified in TS 22.36" and TS 22.161. F rt%er, S)3 s%all %a*e responsi(ilit! for t%e ==s listed a(o*e, as an assessor of t%e sec rit! implications and res ltin& re' ired c%an&es to tec%nical specifications, if an!. Work on&oin& in e<ternal standard (odies will (e considered as needed.

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Service Aspects: Ser*ices aspects will (e considered nder respecti*e ==s. Charging Aspects: )n! necessar! c%ar&in& aspects will (e ndertaken (! S)9 wit% s pport from S)2. Security Aspects: )n! necessar! sec rit! anal!sis will (e ndertaken (! S)3 wit% s pport from S)2.

;A0122 ;A0A22 ;A2122 A(0001 A(0101 A(0201

EE1H S all <ata a#" <evi%e Tri22eri#2 *#4a#%e e#ts (S<<T*) -R on St" e 2 ..1 St" e 2 for ..1 St" e ( for ..1 C-4 p"r C-( p"rt

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S41204;0 S41204;0 S41204;0 C4140100 C4140100 C4140100

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new -R 2(.CC1 2(.AC2 St" e ( 28.002! 28.((A! 2(.00C! 28.((1! 28.((C! 28.2(0 28.(AC

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Intel, -okia Siemens -etwork, >eriAon , Sierra Wireless, .; 8lectronics, ITRI, ? alcomm, 7ediaTek, CT$, =lack=err!, Sams n&, $%ina 7o(ile, )lcatel+. cent, ;eneral 1!namics =road(and, Telecom Italia, B11I, )mdocs, Panasonic, BP-, R niper, $)TT, )TET, Renesas 7o(ile 8 rope, III, HT8, ,ran&e, Interdi&ital, -8$, )cision, BT, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, F Fits , TeliaSonera, C awei, -TT 1,$,7, "usti#ication T%is WI addresses en%ancements to de*ice tri&&er to s pport f nctionalit! t%at was not f ll! specified in Rel+11 2For e.&. T9 (ased de*ice tri&&er and ot%er tri&&erin& efficienc! optimiAations4 and Small 1ata Transmission as per ser*ice re' irement defined in t%e cla se 7.2.9 of TS 22.36". T%is work will also address t%e o*er%eads and si&nallin& s r&e ca sed (! fre' ent transmissions of small amo nt of data (! mo(ile data application. It s%o ld (e noted t%at alt%o &% t%e ser*ice re' irements are moti*ated (! 7T$ t%e sol tions ma! appl! to normal 58s as well. $!%ectives: to st d! and pro*ide sta&e+2 specification for t%e followin& itemsI

1e*ice tri&&erin& en%ancements incl din& T9 (ased de*ice tri&&er and ot%er tri&&erin& efficienc! optimiAations Small 1ata Transmissions as per t%e ser*ice re' irements defined in t%e cla se 7.2.9 of TS 22.36" 8fficient %andlin& of fre' ent small data transmission as per ser*ice re' irement defined in TS 22.161 cla se #.3.1

8<istin& work on small data comm nications s%all (e taken into acco nt (! S)2. For all sol tions wit% R)- or ;8R)- impacts, R)- or ;8R)- s%all %a*e t%e opport nit! to pro*ide an e*al ation of t%e sol tion proposed (! S)2. $oncl sions on t%ese sol tions m st t%erefore (e accepta(le to R)- or ;8R)-. Service Aspects: Ser*ices aspects will (e considered. Charging Aspects: )n! necessar! c%ar&in& aspects will (e ndertaken (! S)9 wit% s pport from S)2. Security Aspects: )n! necessar! sec rit! anal!sis will (e ndertaken (! S)3 wit% s pport from S)2.

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,1< ;A0(2 2 ;A1A2 2 ;A2(2 2 A2000 1 A2010 1 A2020 1 A20(0 1

+a e EE3H ,* Power (o#su ptio#s Opti i=atio#s (,*P(OP) -R on St" e 2 St" e 2 St" e ( for ..( C-1 p"rt C-4 p"rt C-A p"rt

Resour%e S2 S2 C1!C4!CA C1 C4 CA

:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 11J12J201 ( 11J12J201 ( 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4

(o p 12N 100N 100N 11N ;0N 0N 0N

G0perli#' S4-120442 S4-120442 S4-120442 C4-1(0114 C4-1(0114 C4-1(0114 C4-1(0114

+otes S4EA2 co*pleted S4EA2 co*pleted -

TSBTR new -R 2(.CC1 2(.0A0! 2(.401! 2(.AC2 St" e ( 24.00C! 24.(01 28.214! 28.0A0! 2(.00C (1.101! (1.102! (1.111

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, Intel, ITRI, -S-, 7ediaTek, CT$, =lack=err! 5B .imited, ? alcomm, $%ina 7o(ile, Panasonic, ,ran&e, )lcatel+. cent, B11I, Renesas 7o(ile 8 rope .td., R niper -etworks, $)TT, .; 8lectronics, )mdocs, -okia, -8$, C awei, Cisilicon, F Fits , BT, HT8, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, TeliaSonera
,1< 4C01(0 (orrespo#"i#2 sta2e 1 wor' ite Title St" e 1 for Syste* ,*pro$e*ents to <"c#ine -ype Co**%nic"tions TS -S 22.(AC 's%+-cl"%se 1.1.1)

"usti#ication Power cons mption is important for 58s sin& (atter! and also for 58s sin& e<ternal power s ppl! its importance increases wit% t%e contin ed &rowt% of de*ice pop lations and more demandin& se cases. T%e importance can (e ill strated (! followin& scenarios, e.&.I + For 727 se cases like sensors t%at r n on (atter! it is a maFor cost to on site e<c%an&e 2or c%ar&e4 t%e (atteries for a lar&e amo nt of de*ices and t%e (atter! lifetime ma! e*en determine t%e de*icePs lifetime if it is not foreseen to c%ar&e or replace t%e (atter!U From t%e wide ran&e of applications 2e.&. mo(ile data applications or 7T$ applications4 a considera(le n m(er of applications s%ow comm nication patterns for w%ic% t%e 3;PP s!stem co ld (e en%anced to pro*ide ser*ices wit% a more optimiAed 58 power cons mption e.&.I + + For mo(ile data applications t%e fre' ent comm nication wit% t%e network c rrentl! ca ses (atter! drainU and

8*en for scenarios w%ere 58s ma! cons me power from an e<ternal power s ppl! it ma! (e desira(le to cons me less power for ener&! efficienc! p rposes.

$!%ectives: to st d! sol tion alternati*es and pro*ide sta&e+2 specifications forI + + ,ptimiAations to pre*ent (atter! drain 2t%at ma! come from e.&. fre' ent c%an&es (etween Idle and $onnected mode or too lon& periods in connected mode4U and .ower 58 Power $ons mption as per t%e ser*ice re' irements defined cla se in cla se 7.1.1 of TS 22.36".

If t%is work re' ires an! new or specific sol tion for small data transmission t%en it s%o ld not define an own sol tion ( t take ad*anta&e from an! common sol tion for small data transmission from t%e S11T8 ( ildin& (lock. Work in R)-@;8R)- and co+operation wit% R)- and ;8R)- W;s s%all (e considered. For all sol tions R)- and ;8R)- s%all %a*e t%e opport nit! to pro*ide an e*al ation. $oncl sions on t%ese sol tions m st t%erefore (e accepta(le to R)- and ;8R)-. For different se cases t%e comm nication c%aracteristics ma! *ar! from infre' ent to fre' ent. T%e work s%o ld co*er all t%e different se cases.

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,1< A2004 ( A2014 (

+a e R!+ e#4a#%e e#ts for -a%4i#e-T0pe a#" ot4er o3ile "ata appli%atio#s (o u#i%atio#s Core

Resour%e R2!R(

:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4

(o p 20N

G0perli#' R41(20;( R41(20;(

StatusBReport -

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R2!R(

20N

R4-140110

2;.(04! 2;.((1! 2;.41(! (A.1((! (A.(00! (A.(04! (A.((1! (A.41(

Supporting IM na e: HT8* )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, =roadcom, $)TR, $)TT, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 5nicom, $%ina 7o(ile, Intel, Interdi&ital, B11I, .; 8lectronics, -8$, ,ran&e, ? alcomm, Son!, TeliaSonera, >eriAon
Pare#t :eature (or Stu"0 1te ) ,1< Title ;A002 <"c#ine -ype "nd ot#er *o+ile d"t" "pplic"tions Co**%nic"tions Bn#"nce*ents '<-Ce) 2 ;800( St%dy on Bn#"nce*ents to <"c#ine--ype Co**%nic"tions '<-C) "nd ot#er <o+ile @"t" Applic"tions0 2 R"dio Access Networ3 'RAN) "spects 'FS9<-Ce9RAN) TS -R 2(.CC1 -R (1.CA8

(orrespo#"i#2 sta2e 1 wor' ite ,1< Title 4C00(0 Syste* ,*pro$e*ents for <"c#ine -ype Co**%nic"tions O St" e 1 'S,<-C)

TS 4recedin 2, for Rel-11! -R 2(.CCC

"usti#ication S)2 is workin& on a Rel+12 feat re le*el 2 m(rella4 WI1 on N7ac%ine+T!pe and ot%er mo(ile data applications $omm nications 8n%ancementsO and related ( ildin& (lock WI1s to pro*ide sta&e+2 specification for t%e sta&e+1 Ser*ice Re' irements for 7ac%ine T!pe $omm nications defined in TS 22.36" and TS 22.161 t%at were not addressed in Rel+11 d e to lack of time. R)- impacts were alread! identified in t%e S)2 WI1s, and specificall! for t%e ( ildin& (lock WI1s on Small 1ata and 1e*ice Tri&&erin& 8n%ancements 2S11T84 and 58 Power $ons mptions ,ptimiAations 258P$,P4. ) Feasi(ilit! St d! on MR)- aspects of 7ac%ine+T!pe and ot%er 7o(ile 1ata )pplications $omm nications 8n%ancementsM 2FS37T$e3R)-4 %as also (een cond cted in R)-, w%ere sol tions %a*e (een anal!Aed and concl sions and recommendations for f rt%er work %a*e (een drawn. Re&ardin& power cons mption aspects, optimiAations are needed especiall! in t%e followin& scenarioI + For 727 se cases like sensors t%at r n on (atter! it is a maFor cost to on site e<c%an&e 2or c%ar&e4 t%e (atteries for a lar&e amo nt of de*ices and t%e (atter! lifetime ma! e*en determine t%e de*icePs lifetime if it is not foreseen to c%ar&e or replace t%e (atter!. )nd e*en for scenarios w%ere 58s ma! cons me power from an e<ternal power s ppl! it ma! (e desira(le to cons me less power for ener&! efficienc! p rposes.

Re&ardin& small data transmissions, optimiAations are needed to red ce t%e si&nallin& ind ced to t%e $- $+plane 2S;S-@7784 and on t%e radio interface d e to t%e fre' ent connected@idle transitions. T%erefore t%e introd ction of some assistance information a(o t t%e 58 and its traffic t!pe@pattern wo ld (e (eneficial to R)- nodes, e.&. to determine a s ita(le RR$ connection %andlin&, as well as 1R: and 5. control c%annel confi& ration, or to ena(le a fast RR$ connection release for 58s w%ic% transmit *er! infre' entl!. $!%ectives: specification of R)- en%ancements for 7ac%ine+T!pe and ot%er mo(ile data applications $omm nications. It co*ers t%e followin& work tasksI c. d. R)-2 and R)-3 specifications $onformance testin& in R)-9 specifications 2to follow4

In ?1@261# R)-2 is e<pected to work onl! on t%e second o(Fecti*e 2for Si&nallin& ,*er%ead Red ction4 to pro*ide inp t to R)-3, w%ic% is t%en e<pected to finaliAe t%e normati*e work in ?2@261#, if needed. R)-2 is e<pected to work on t%e first o(Fecti*e 2for 58 Power $ons mption ,ptimiAations4 in ?2@261#.

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$!%ectives Core: to identif! mec%anisms t%at en%ance t%e a(ilit! of t%e R)- to %andle traffic profiles comprisin& transfers of small amo nts of data, &enerated (! (ot% mac%ine+t!pe and non+mac%ine+t!pe de*ices and applications. 8n%ancements will (e in*esti&ated for impro*in& (ot% si&nallin& efficienc! and 58 power cons mptionI + For 58 Power $ons mption ,ptimiAationsI o )s a&reed in t%e S)2 Work Item, a new NPower sa*in& stateO will (e introd ced in t%e -)S la!er and t%is new state ma! impact 58 )S (e%a*io r and t%en affect R)-2 specification. 5nder t%is WI, R)-2 specification2s4 will (e en%anced to ali&n wit% $T1 concl sion.

For Si&nallin& ,*er%ead Red ctionI

For (ot% .T8 and 57TS, e*al ation of t%e need and, if so, introd ction of assistance information a(o t t%e 58 and its traffic t!pe@pattern, wit% t%e &oal to %elp R)- nodes to confi& re t%e RR$ connection accordin&l!, e.&. increase t%e RR$ inacti*it! timer and keep t%e 58 in connected mode w%en it is detected t%at it performs fre' ent transmission of small data or, con*ersel!, to ena(le a fast RR$ connection release for 58s w%ic% transmit *er! infre' entl!. )s part of t%e Work Item it s%all (e decided w%et%er t%e information s%o ld ori&inate from t%e $- 2e.&. (ased on t%e knowled&e of t%e 58 t!pe, statistics collected e.&. at t%e P;W and@or s (scription information4 or from t%e e-=@R-$. R)-2 is e<pected to a&ree on t%e need and details of t%e re' ired assistance information and t%en liaise wit% R)-3 2and S)2@$T#4 to finaliAe t%e normati*e work, if needed.

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;.1
Resources:
,1< ;100( 1 ;A012 4 ;A022 4 ;A0(2 4 ;A042 4 ;A0;2 4 ;A0A2 4

4olicy "nd C#"r in Control for s%pportin fixed +ro"d+"nd "ccess networ3s '44C) =,@9;A0024
S2,S1,S9,$3,$1,$#
!%ro#0 44C-F<C 44C-F Resour%e S1 S2!S;!C(!C1!C4 rapporteur &%"wei &%"wei +otes S4E;1 co*pleted +a e Sta2e 1 for Poli%0 a#" (4ar2i#2 Support for :iDe" -o3ile (o#ver2e#%e EE1H Poli%0 a#" (4ar2i#2 (o#trol for supporti#2 traffi% fro fiDe" ter i#als a#" +S&O (+o# Sea less &C!+ Offloa") traffi% fro 3GPP ,*s i# fiDe" 3roa"3a#" a%%ess #etwor's (P4(-:) EE2H Poli%0 a#" (4ar2i#2 (o#trol for 3GPP ,*s %o##e%te" to Eroa"Ea#" :oru a%%ess #etwor' as Truste" #etwor' i# 1#terwor'i#2 s%e#ario (P4(-T1) @eleted - ..(: 4olicy "nd C#"r in Control for (I44 =Bs connected to fixed +ro"d+"nd "ccess networ3 $i" S2+ "nd S2c reference points for B4C ro%ted tr"ffic '44C-S2+c) @eleted - ..4: 4olicy "nd C#"r in Control for B4C ro%ted tr"ffic o$er fixed +ro"d+"nd "ccess networ3s of (I44 =Bs connected $i" &'e)N. in con$er ent scen"rios '44C-&eN.) @eleted - ..;: 4olicy "nd C#"r in Control for s%pportin 6"yer 2 tr"ffic in fixed +ro"d+"nd "ccess networ3 '44C-F62) @eleted - ..A: 4olicy "nd C#"r in Control for (I44 =Bs connected to fixed +ro"d+"nd "ccess networ3s $i" S2" reference point for B4C ro%ted tr"ffic in con$er ence '44C--C)

44C--, 44CS2+c 44C&eN. 44C-F62 44C--C

S2 S2

Alc"tel6%cent M-B

S4E;C stopped '"t 0N co*pletion) S4E;C stopped '"t 0N co*pletion) S4E;C stopped '"t 0N co*pletion) S4E;C stopped '"t (0N co*pletion)

S2

NBC

S2 S2

&%"wei M-B

S(758 stopped 993 to 996. Split 99& and 99' into ,R and Stage ' -or. Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, )lcatel+. cent, ,penet Telecom, Telecom Italia, $%ina 7o(ile, HT8, )TET, $)TT, B11I, R niper -etworks, Cisilicon, >eriAon Wireless, 8ricsson
,1< ;100( 1 +a e Sta2e 1 !%ro#0 44C-F<C Resour%e S1 G0perli#' S4-120;42 +otes S4E;1 co*pleted TS 22.21C

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, Telecom Italia, )lcatel+. cent, $%ina 7o(ile, HT8, B11I, Cisilicon, 8ricsson,
F Fits

"usti#ication: T%e colla(orati*e work (etween 3;PP and ==F res lted in Rel+11 in t%e work on 3;PP@==F interworkin&, namel! ==)I ==1 and ==2 for 8P$ ro ted and -on Seamless W.)- ,ffloaded 2-SW,4 traffic.
==F %as also appro*ed t%e work item to identif! t%e re' irements, t%e impacts, t%e &eneral and nodal re' irements in t%e ==F network to s pport a con*er&ed polic! and c%ar&in& arc%itect re (ased on 3;PP Polic! $ontrol and $%ar&in& 2P$$4.

3;PP P$$ %as (een a standard framework since Rel+7 to pro*ide ?oS and $%ar&in& control for 3;PP 58s connectin& to 8P$ *ia different accesses 25TR)-, ;8R)-, 85TR)-, CRP14 and %as also (een adopted for some ot%er S1, as a framework to pro*ide polic! control for non 3;PP 58s 23;PP24. 3;PP P$$ %as contin o sl! e*ol*ed to satisf! t%e new market demands and se cases. In a sin&le operator scenario wit% (ot% t%e wireless and fi<ed access, e<tension of P$$ framework for s pportin& fi<ed se case scenarios, is seen as a (enefit to pro*ide a cost effecti*e sol tion t%at caters for t%e &rowin& se of s (scri(er traffic and applications. -etwork operators ownin& (ot% fi<ed and mo(ile accesses are lookin& for con*er&ed sol tions (ased on 3;PP P$$ arc%itect re, t%at %elp red cin& $)P8: and ,P8: e<pendit res w%ilst in addition pro*ide a framework to address t%e e*ol tion of new ser*ices. T%e sta&e 2 st d! for con*er&ence and t%e s (se' ent normati*e work were not completed in Rel+11 and t%is work %as (een mo*ed to Rel+12. Cowe*er, t%e sta&e 1 re' irements for con*er&ence are alread! defined in TS 22.27" Rel+12. $!%ective: to ens re t%at t%e sta&e 1 re' irements for t%e 8*ol*ed Packet S!stem 28PS4 to facilitate polic! and c%ar&in& control in t%e fi<ed (road(and access network in t%e con*er&ent scenario w%ere a sin&le operator is deplo!in&

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(ot% t%e fi<ed (road(and access network and t%e 8*ol*ed Packet $ore 28P$4 t%at were defined in TS 22.27" in Rel+11 are specified in Rel+12. T%is work item addresses polic! and c%ar&in& control forI
Traffic to@from fi<ed de*ices connected to t%e fi<ed (road(and access network 2e.&. P$, IPT> Set top =o<4. Traffic e<c%an&ed (! 3;PP 58s connected *ia W.)- 28P$ ro ted and -on+seamless W.)- offloaded4 or C2e4-= .

Charging Aspects: Security Aspects:

)n! necessar! c%ar&in& anal!sis will (e ndertaken (! S)2 and S)9. )n! necessar! sec rit! anal!sis will (e ndertaken (! S)3 wit% s pport from S)2.

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,1< ;A012 4 ;A012 4 ;A212 4 A1001 2 A1011 2 A2000 8 A2001 0

+a e EE1H P4(-: -R on St" e 2 St" e 2 St" e ( C-( p"rt C-1 p"rt C-4 p"rt

Resour%e S2 S2 C(!C1!C4 C( C1 C4

:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 11J12J201 ( 11J12J201 ( 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 0;J0(J201 4 1(J0AJ201 4

(o p 14N 100N 100N ;AN C0N 100N 0N

G0perli#' S4-12021; S4-12021; S4-12021; C4-1(011A C4-1(011A C4-1(011A C4-1(011A

+otes S4EA2 co*pleted S4EA2 co*pleted C4EA( co*pleted -

TSBTR new -R 2(.C8A 2(.1(8! 2(.20( 28.212! 28.21(! 28.21;! 28.218 28.212! 28.21(! 28.21;! 28.218 24.(02 28.21(

,1< A0004 2 A0004 (

+a e 4olicy "nd C#"r in Bnforce*ent F%nction '4CBF) +"sed C#"r in for tr"ffic fro* fixed ter*in"ls "nd NS25 tr"ffic fro* (I44 =Bs in fixed +ro"d+"nd "ccess networ3s 'St" e 2J() -r"ffic @etection F%nction '-@F) +"sed C#"r in for tr"ffic fro* fixed ter*in"ls "nd NS25 tr"ffic fro* (I44 =Bs in fixed +ro"d+"nd "ccess networ3s 'St" e 2J()

Resour%e S;

:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4

(o p A0N

G0perli#' S41(02A1 S41(02A2

TSBTR (2.240! (2.2;1! (2.28C! (2.288

S;

A0N

Organizatio n BBF BBF

Document BBF WT-134 BBF WT-14%

Sour%e of eDter#al reFuire e#ts (if a#0) Remarks This document defines the policy control framework for Broadband access network and it serves as one basis for 3 !! work on interworkin" and e#tension of !$$ for supportin" conver"ence This document defines the support of &'! authentication on Broadband Forum access network( )t also defines how to create* modify and terminate )! session and to provide policies for those )! sessions(

"usti#ication: In case a sin&le operator owns (ot% t%e 8P$ and fi<ed (road(and accesses, e<tension of P$$ framework for s pportin& fi<ed se case scenarios is seen as a (enefit to pro*ide a cost effecti*e sol tion t%at caters for t%e &rowin& se of s (scri(er traffic and applications. -etwork operators ownin& (ot% fi<ed and mo(ile accesses are lookin& for con*er&ed sol tions (ased on 3;PP P$$ arc%itect re a*oidin& t%e deplo!ment of additional polic! ser*ers. T%is is e<pected to red ce t%e cost of owners%ip of t%e network ena(lin& t%e sa&e of a sin&le polic! framework to address t%e e*ol tion of new ser*ices. F rt%ermore -on Seamless W.)- ,ffload 2-SW,4 for 3;PP 58s is s pported in t%e interworkin& scenario, as specified in TS 23.130 and TS 23.263 )nne< P. )s is t%e case for t%e traffic from fi<ed de*ices, -SW, traffic does not need to (e ro ted t%ro &% t%e 8P$. 1 e to t%is commonalit!, polic! and c%ar&in& control in t%e con*er&ent scenario is addressed in t%is == for (ot% -SW, and fi<ed de*ices connected to t%e fi<ed (road(and access. $!%ective: to pro*ide sta&e 2 specifications to s pport polic! and c%ar&in& control in t%e fi<ed (road(and access in t%e con*er&ent scenario w%ere a sin&le operator is deplo!in& (ot% t%e fi<ed (road(and access and t%e 8*ol*ed Packet $ore 28P$4. T%e scope of t%e == is to consider t%e con*er&ent scenario w%ere t%e P$RF controls directl! t%e network element2s4 in t%e fi<ed (road(and access wit%o t t%e mediation of a different polic! ser*er, s c% as t%e =P$F defined in TS 23.130. T%e work in t%is == will (e carried o t takin& t%e fi<ed (road(and accesses as specified (! =road=and For m as a reference. )n!wa! t%at is not e<pected to precl de t%e applica(ilit! of t%e sol tions de*eloped in t%e == to ot%er t!pes of fi<ed (road(and accesses. T%is == will foc s on polic! and c%ar&in& control forI + Traffic to@from fi<ed de*ices. + -SW, traffic e<c%an&ed (! 3;PP 58s connected to t%e fi<ed (road(and access *ia W.)-. -,T8I 1eterminin& t%e definition of fi<ed de*ice is wit%in t%e scope of t%is ==. Specific o(Fecti*es of t%is == are to st d! and defineI + T%e reference arc%itect re for polic! and c%ar&in& control in t%e con*er&ent scenario. + )n! re' ired en%ancements for 3;PP P$$ to s pport t%e enforcement of ?oS policies for IP traffic e<c%an&ed (! fi<ed de*ices in t%e fi<ed (road(and access.

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+ +

)n! re' ired en%ancements to 3;PP P$$ to s pport t%e enforcement of ?oS policies -SW, traffic e<c%an&ed (! 3;PP 58s connected to t%e fi<ed (road(and access *ia W.)-. )rc%itect re and re' irements to pro*ide c%ar&in& for traffic e<c%an&ed (! fi<ed de*ices and -SW, traffic to@from 3;PP 58s in t%e followin& scenariosI o o o 3;PP P$$+ ;!@;A (ased c%ar&in& wit% P$8F located in t%e fi<ed (road(and access networkU Traffic 1etection F nction 2T1F4+(ased c%ar&in&U )))+(ased c%ar&in&, as alread! specified for interworkin& scenarios.

+ +

T%e s (scription information for fi<ed de*ices 2e.&. identifiers, ma<im m s (scri(ed (it rate, etc.4 re' ired for polic! and c%ar&in& control. T%e sa&e of t%e SPR or 51R to store polic! related s (scription information for fi<ed de*ices.

In t%is == onl! polic! and c%ar&in& control for IP sessions will (e considered, w%ile polic! control and c%ar&in& for .a!er 2 >P-s will (e considered in P#$3F.2. Polic! control will address (ot% d!namic and pre+pro*isioned policies in t%e =-;. -,T8I T%e identification of fi<ed de*ice and@or fi<ed access session (etween t%e R; and t%e =-; for t%e p rpose of polic! and c%ar&in& control of t%e fi<ed (road(and access in t%e P$$ arc%itect re is an inp t e<pected from ==F to (e assessed considerin& t%e e<istin& 3;PP s!stem identifiers

)fter t%e completion of t%e st d! it will (e decided, (ased on t%e res lts ac%ie*ed, w%et%er to directl! mo*e to t%e normati*e work for t%e == or to wait for t%e completion of one or more of ot%er ==s t%at are part of t%e P#$ feat re. T%e acti*ities performed nder t%is == will consider t%e res lts of ot%er ==s t%at are part of t%e P#$ feat res if needed. T%is work will take into acco nt t%e work carried o t in e<ternal tec%nical (odies as deemed appropriate, and rele*ant liaisons will (e e<c%an&ed in order to assess 3;PP pro&ress. Primar! comm nication will take place wit% =road=and For m. F nctional ass mptions impactin& entities in t%e fi<ed (road(and access will (e *erified wit% =road=and For m. T%e reference arc%itect re will (e *erified wit% =road=and For m (efore (ein& capt red in normati*e 3;PP specifications. Charging Aspects: T%e c%ar&in& arc%itect re will (e st died and defined (! S)2 wit% respect to t%e reference points for interworkin& wit% t%e c%ar&in& s!stems 2,$S, ,F$S4 and t%eir &eneral f nctionalit!. Inp t and *alidation of t%e S)2 ass mptions will (e re' ested from S)9. S)9 is responsi(le for t%e correspondin& sta&e 3 work for t%ese reference points. Security Aspects: )n! necessar! sec rit! anal!sis will (e ndertaken (! S)3 wit% s pport from S)2. It is ass med t%at t%e a t%entication proced re for t%e fi<ed de*ices in a ==F access network is performed accordin& to =road=and For m specifications and is t%erefore considered o t of t%e scope of 3;PP.
,1< ;A022 4 ;A0C2 4 ;A222 4 +a e EE2H P4(-T1 -R on St" e 2 for ..2 St" e 2 for ..2 G0perli#' S4-120444 S4-120444 S4-120444 &1Brapporteur Alc"tel-6%cent Alc"tel-6%cent Alc"tel-6%cent +otes S4EA0 co*pleted. -R 2(.C(8 for Appro$"l S4EA0 co*pleted. TSsBTRs new -R 2(.C(8 2(.1(8! 2(.20(

Sour%e of eDter#al reFuire e#ts (if a#0) Or2a <o%u e#t Re ar's BBF BBF WT-+,3 WT-+,3 serves as basis for 3 !! Sta"e-1 and Sta"e-+ work related to interworkin" scenario described in this W)-( BBF BBF WT-134 !olicy control framework for Broadband access network and it serves as one basis for 3 !! work on interworkin" BBF BBF WT-14% This include definition of support of &'!-based authentication in fi#ed broadband access network(

"usti#ication: T%e 8*ol*ed Packet S!stem is meant to accommodate traffic ori&inated (! 3;PP 58 terminals connected to fi<ed (road(and access networks actin& as a Tr sted W.)- )ccess -etwork 2TW)-4 per t%e arc%itect re of 3&pp TS 23.#62 W16 and w%ose traffic ma! (e eit%er ro ted to t%e 8P$, *ia S2a, or off+loaded at t%e fi<ed access &atewa!. $!%ective: to pro*ide sta&e 2 specifications to perform polic! and c%ar&in& control 2(ot% ?oS mana&ement and acco ntin&@c%ar&in&4 for 3;PP 58 accessin& operator ser*ices w%en traffic is 8P$ ro ted to P1- ;W sin& S2a from a Tr sted W.)- )ccess -etwork 2TW)-4 %osted (! a ==F (ased network. T%e work is to address interworkin& scenarios w%ere t%e ==F network and t%e 8P$ are operated (! different administrati*e entities

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T%e Work will consider t%e arc%itect re defined in TS 23.#62 $la se 16. =ot% ;TP and P7IP protocol *ariants for S2a will (e considered -,T8 1I Sol tions to pro*ide ?oS in t%e interface (etween t%e 58 and t%e R; are o t of scope. -,T8 2I T%e sol tion for 7odified 58 and wit%o t Rel+11 limitation 2Sa7,;3W.)- p%ase 24 is not considered wit%in t%e scope of t%is == release. T%e scope of t%e == is to st d! w%et%er en%ancements of 3;PP P$$ and@or of 3;PP+==F interfaces carr!in& ?oS related parameters are needed in order to s pport re' ests for reso rce allocation and ?oS enforcement in t%e ==F access network for a 3;PP 58 sin& S)7,; and to define t%ese en%ancements. T%e work in t%is == will (e carried o t takin& t%e fi<ed (road(and accesses as specified (! =road=and For m as a reference. )n!wa! t%at is not e<pected to precl de t%e applica(ilit! of t%e sol tions de*eloped in t%e == to ot%er t!pes of fi<ed (road(and accesses. )fter t%e completion of t%e st d! it will (e decided w%et%er to mo*e to normati*e work for t%e == directl! or to wait for t%e completion of one or more ot%er ==s formin& part of t%e P#$ feat re. T%e acti*ities performed in t%is == will consider t%e res lt of ==s part of t%e P#$ feat res if needed. F rt%ermore t%e specification prod ced as o tp t of concl ded ==s formin& part of t%e P#$ feat res ma! (e en%anced accordin& to t%e res lts of t%is ==. T%is work will take into acco nt t%e work carried o t in e<ternal tec%nical (odies as deemed appropriate, and rele*ant liaisons will (e e<c%an&ed in order to assess 3;PP pro&ress. Primar! comm nication will take place wit% =road=and For m. F nctional ass mptions impactin& entities in t%e fi<ed (road(and access will (e *erified wit% =road=and For m. T%e reference arc%itect re will (e *erified wit% =road=and For m (efore (ein& capt red in normati*e 3;PP specifications. Charging Aspects: )s traffic is 8P$ ro ted, ser c%ar&in& is performed in 3;PP 8P$ . S pport of Inter+operator acco ntin& (! t%e TW)- is o t of scope of t%e present WI1. $%ar&in& aspects for 8P$ access *ia a TW)- are t% s a(o t definin&I o o w%et%er an! ser c%ar&in& related information is missin& t%at needs to (e transferred to P1- ;W@,$S@,F$SU a sol tion to pro*ide t%e 8P$ 2i.e. P1- ;W4 wit% t%e necessar! ser c%ar&in& related information.

S)9 is responsi(le for t%e sta&e 3 work for t%e c%ar&in& related reference points. Security Aspects: )n! necessar! sec rit! anal!sis will (e ndertaken (! S)3 wit% s pport from S)2.

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,1< ;A0(2 ; ;A012 ; ;A022 ; A1000 1

,<S .%siness -r%n3in for ,4-4.> in St"tic <ode of 5per"tion '.%s-,) =,@9;A002;
S2,S1,$1,$3
Resour%e S1 S2!S1 S2 C1!C( :i#is4 12J08J201 2 18J0AJ201 ( 18J0AJ201 ( 12J08J201 4 (o p 100N 100N 100N (4N G0perli#' S4-120CA2 S4-120CA2 S4-120CA2 C4-140181 +otes S4E;1 co*pleted. 22.22CCRE0111 S4EA0 co*pleted S4EA0 co*pleted TSBTR 22.22C new -R 2(.C81 2(.22C St" e ( +a e Sta2e 1 TR Sta2e 2 (T aspe%ts

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 1e tsc%e Telekom, =el&acom, $%ina 7o(ile, BP-, Telecom Italia, >eriAon, >odafone .inked to Rel+11 IP:S Feat re 5I13#76691 )d*anced IP Interconnection of Ser*ices. T%is WI defines a &eneric framework for interconnectin& wit% an! t!pe of I7S (ased network incl din& IP+P=:s. "usti#ication; )ccordin& to t%e = siness $omm nication Re' irements in 8TSI TS 1"1 610 as a part of $ommon I7S re' irements, t%e I7S needs to (e a(le to connect wit% -e<t ;eneration $orporate -etworks 2-;$-4, also known as IP+P=:s. 7arket re*iews %a*e confirmed t%ere will e<ist implementations of t%e SIPconnect specifications recentl! released (! t%e SIP For m w%ic% will not se re&istration proced res to connect wit% t%e I7S. ) re' irement e<ists t%erefore for t%e I7S to (e a(le to %andle static connections to IP+P=:s 2static mode of operation also known as peerin& (ased ( siness tr nkin&4. $!%ectives: to define a t%e necessar! f nctionalit! t%at ena(les t%e I7S to recei*e traffic from and send traffic to t%e IP+P=:s operatin& in t%e static mode as well as to mana&e s c% IP+P=:s in t%e I7S network in a scala(le wa!. S)2 will de*elop a feasi(ilit! st d! in order to assess possi(le alternati*es for t%e realiAation of inte&ratin& t%e implementation of IP+P=: w%ere t%e I7S re&istration proced res are not sed to connect wit% t%e I7S 2Static mode of operation4 w%ile still allowin& t%e I7S to %andle sessions from and to t%e IP+P=: as well as e<ec tin& polic! f nctions. Potential s!ner&ies wit% ot%er work items c rrentl! acti*e in 3;PP in t%e area of IP+P=:s 2see section 2.24 will also (e considered. Service Aspects: Security Aspects:
,1< A1000 1 A1010 1 A1020 1 +a e (T aspe%ts C-1 p"rt C-( p"rt

T%is work item will allow t%e I7S to connect to IP+P=:s t%at operate in static mode Sec rit! aspects will (e in*esti&ated
:i#is4 12J08J2014 12J08J2014 1(J0AJ2014 (o p (4N A0N 0N G0perli#' C4-140181 C4-140181 C4-140181 +otes C4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ C4-1(041AFGC4-140110 Co*pletion 0(J14FG08J14. Added New -S 24.;2; 'tr"nsfer of B-S, -S 1C2 02;) Co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 TSBTR St" e ( 2(.21C! 24.228! New -S 24.;2; 28.1A;

"usti#ication:

)t SPD66, S)2 %a*e a&reed $Rs to pdate TS 23.22" to add t%e s pport for IP+P=:s in static mode.

T%e s pport for ( siness tr nkin& in static mode is pro*ided (! eit%er an I=$F or a P+$S$F. In static mode, an IP+P=: can (e pro*isioned as a s (scri(er in t%e CSS, ( t cannot re&ister. T%e IP+P=: identit! assertion and t%e ro tin& of terminatin& sessions are performed (! )pplication Ser*er2s4. T%e arc%itect re for s pport of IP+P=: in static mode of operation allows for two different deplo!ment alternati*es, w%ic% can (ot% (e sed sim ltaneo sl! in an I7S networkI T%e )pplication Ser*er2s4 %ostin& t%ese f nctionalities are in*oked (! t%e S+$S$F (ased on Initial Filter $riteria contained in t%e nre&ister part of t%e IP+P=:Ps s (scri(er profile, retrie*ed from t%e CSS. T%e )pplication Ser*er2s4 %ostin& t%ese f nctionalities are in*oked (! t%e Transit F nction (ased on transit in*ocation criteria, w%ic% need to (e pro*isioned in t%e Transit F nction.

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$!%ectives: for (ot% different deplo!ment alternati*es. to specif! t%e sta&e 3 I7S proced res for IP+P=: in static mode of operation and to reflect t%e s pport of t%e arc%itect re as doc mented in TS 23.22" on sta&e 3 le*el

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,1< ;A012A ;A022A ;C00;; A2000;

26AN Networ3 Selection for (I44 -er*in"ls '26AN9NS) =,@9;A002A


S2,S1,S3,$1
Resour%e S2!S1 S2 S( C1 :i#is4 11J12J201 ( 11J12J201 ( 01J0(J201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 100N 100N 100N 40N G0perli#' S4120C41 S4120C41 S4120C41 C41(0112 +otes S4EA2 co*pleted S4EA2 co*pleted S4EA( stopped 'C4N co*plete) <odify AN@SF <5 to incl%de -S 2(.402 types of infor*"tion. @efine: 1) selection proced%re for "cti$e AN@SF r%le! 2) =B +e#"$io%r on inter"ction +etween different AN@SF policies TSBTR new -R 2(.CA; 2(.402! 2(.CA; new -R ((.CA; 24.(02! 24.(12 +a e TR o# Sta2e 2 Sta2e 2 <elete" TR o# Se%urit0 (T aspe%ts (Sta2e 3)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Intel, ? alcomm, C awei, )TET, $isco, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, HT8, $%ina 7o(ile, ,ran&e, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, )lcatel . cent, -okia, -S-, =lack=err!, Panasonic, $)TT, CT$, Teliasonera, >odafone, 7ediatek, R niper -etworks, .; 8lectronics, ITRI, =roadcom, B11I, -8$, >eriAon, Telecom Italia 8*al ate and if needed en%ance e<istin& 3;PP sol tions for W.)- network selection takin& into acco nt WF) Cotspot 2.6 sol tions. "usti#ication T%e ;S7) and W=) %a*e (een workin& to&et%er to ena(le networks and terminals to s pport t%e W.)- Roamin& capa(ilit!. T%is will ena(le terminals to connect to (ot% macro+cell lar and W.)- networks wit% minimal confi& ration, and wit% inte&ration (etween networks for p rpose of s (scription mana&ement and c%ar&in&. T%e ;S7) and W=) %a*e sent .S 2SP+1266634 to 3;PP w%ic% identifies areas w%ere work needs to (e done (! 3;PP and@or WF) 2Wi+Fi )lliance4 to ena(le W.)- Roamin&. Please also refer to .S 2S2+1212114 sent from S) in t%is re&ard. T%e Cotspot 2.6 sol tion de*eloped (! WF) ( ilds on t%e arc%itect re and set of protocols defined (! I888 "62.11 and de*elops ke! capa(ilities for network disco*er! and selection of W.)- terminals (ased on t%e )-?P 2)ccess -etwork ? er! Protocol4 defined in I888 "62.11 . T%e Wi+Fi )lliance is workin& on a certification pro&ram t%at impro*es W.)- %otspot disco*er!, network selection, and sec rit!. T%e pro&ram le*era&es t%e )-?P protocol t%at is part of I888 "62.11 2or I888 "62.11+26124 as well as WP)2 8nterprise sec rit! 2incl des 8)P a t%entication o*er I888 "62.1:4. 3;PP alread! %as some s pport for I888 "62.11 , ;)S 2;eneric )d*ertisement Ser*ice4 and )-?P for I+W.)- as per TS 2#.23#. )s Cotspot 2.6 also deals wit% network selection, t%ere is a need to anal!se %ow a 58 can interact wit% network selection framework of I+W.)-, Cotspot 2.6 and )-1SF and specif! a consistent proced re for W.)network selection. $!%ectives: to e*al ate and if needed en%ance e<istin& 3;PP sol tions for network selection for W.)- networks takin& into acco nt WF) Cotspot 2.6 sol tions. T%e proposed work is (ased on e<istin& TS 23.#62 arc%itect res. 3;PP operatorPs policies for W.)- network selection will (e pro*isioned on 3;PP terminals *ia pre+confi& ration or sin& t%e )-1SF. Specificall! t%e o(Fecti*es s%all incl deI 1. 8*al ate e<istin& 3;PP W.)- P.7- and access network selection proced res for 3;PP terminals w%ic% se Cotspot 2.6 proced res and pro*isioned network operator polic! 2e.&. mec%anisms (ased on W.)- and )-1SF4 for an! needed c%an&es to c rrent specifications. T%is ma! re' ire en%ancements to t%e )-1SF framework. T%e esta(lis%ed 3;PP P.7- network selection 2per TS 23.1224 s%all not (e impacted. T%e work m st ens re t%ere are no conflicts (etween e<istin& 3;PP P.7- network selection and t%e 3;PP W.)- P.7- access network selection proced res defined (! t%is WI1. 8ns re t%at t%e content in t%e 7ana&ement ,(Fect related to 3;PP operator polic! pro*isionin& for W.)network selection proced res and t%e operator polic! pro*isionin& in WF) 7, for W.)- network selection are consistent.

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Identif! sol tions to resol*e potential conflicts (etween policies pro*ided (! non+3;PP pro*iders *ia Cotspot 2.6 mec%anisms and policies pro*ided (! 3;PP operators sin& )-1SF.

T%is work applies to non+seamless W.)- offload as well as to tr sted and ntr sted W.)- access to 8P$ wit%@wit%o t seamless offload. ) TR will (e de*eloped as part of t%is WI. =ased on t%e tec%nical anal!sis, sta&e 1 re' irements ma! need to (e addressed 2e.&. W.)- P.7- selection criteria4. )n! needed en%ancements@ pdates to 3;PP f nctions and interfaces will (e identified and specified. Charging Aspects: )n! necessar! en%ancements will need to (e considered (! S)9. Security Aspects: S)3 works on sec rit! impacts of ke! iss es and sol tions of S)2Ps specifications, identif! potential conflicts (etween sec rit! mec%anisms pro*ided (! non+3;PP pro*iders *ia Cotspot 2.6 and sec rit! mec%anisms pro*ided (! 3;PP operators, define sec rit! sol tions if needed, and identif! possi(le impacts to t%e c rrent a t%entication met%od of non+seamless W.)- offload.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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,1< ;C00; 8 ;C01; 8 ;C02; 8 ;C0(; 8 ;800( ; ;800( A A(000 A A(00( 0

4roxi*ity-+"sed Ser$ices '4roSe) =,@9;C00;8


S1,S2,S3,$1,$3,$#,$6
Resour%e S1!S2!S(!C1!C(!C4!C A S1 S2 S2 S( S( C1!C(!C4!CA R1!R2!R4 G0perli#' S4-1(011; S4-1(011; S4-1(011; S4-1(011; S4-1(011; S4-1(011; C4-140184 R4-140;1C +a e ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es Sta2e 1 for ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es TR o# Sta2e 2 for ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es Sta2e 2 for ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es TR o# Se%urit0 for ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es Se%urit0 for ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es (T aspe%ts of ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es (Sta2e 3) CT* <evi%e to <evi%e ProDi it0 Servi%es

,1< ;C01; 8 ;C02; 8 ;C0(; 8 ;800( ; ;800( A A(000 A A(010 A A(020 A A(0(0 A A(040 A

+a e Sta2e 1 TR o# Sta2e 2 Sta2e 2 TR o# Se%urit0 Se%urit0 (T aspe%ts C-1 p"rt C-( p"rt C-4 p"rt

Resour%e S1 S2 S2 S( S( C1 C( C4

:i#is4 18J0AJ201 ( 01J0(J201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 12J08J201 4 12J08J201 4 12J08J201 4 12J08J201 4 12J08J201 4

(o p 100N 100N 80N 40N 0N 0N 0N 0N 0N

G0perli#' S4-1(011; S4-1(011; S4-1(011; S4-1(011; S4-1(011; C4-140184 C4-140184 C4-140184 C4-140184

+otes S4EA0 co*pleted S4EA( co*pleted S4EA( -S 2(.(0($100 for 1-step Appro$"l S4EA2 Bxception to 0AJ14 in S41(0A;4 S4EA2 Bxception to 0AJ14 in S41(0A;4 -

TSBTR 22.11;! 22.21C new -R 2(.10( new -S 2(.(0( new -R ((.C(( -.@ St" e ( 24.(01! 2(.122! New -Ss '24.(((! 24.((4) 28.(4( 28.212! 2(.00C! 2(.00(! New -Ss '28.(44! 28.(4;) (1.102

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C4-140184

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, )lcatel+. cent , )TET, =7Wi, =roadcom, $learwire, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8TRI, F Fits , ;eneral 1!namics =road(and, CT$, III, Intel, Inter1i&ital, R niper -etworks, ITRI, BP-, .; 8lectronics, 7otorola Sol tions, -8$, -e star, -okia, -S-, Pantec%, Renesas 7o(ile, =lack=err!, Son! 7o(ile $omm nications, T+7o(ile, TeliaSonera, Tele$omm nications S!stems, Telefonica, T%ales $omm nication E Sec rit!, 5.S. $ell lar, 5.S. 1epartment of $ommerce, >eriAon Wireless, >odafone, HT8 Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 22."63 St d! on Pro<imit!+(ased Ser*ices 2FS3ProSe4 5I139366##. "usti#ication: T%e St d! on Pro<imit!+(ased Ser*ices 2FS3ProSe, TR 22."634 %as identified ser*ices t%at co ld (e pro*ided (! t%e 3;PP s!stem (ased on 58s (ein& in pro<imit! to eac% ot%er. T%e identified ser*ices pro*ide s pport for P (lic Safet! and non+P (lic Safet! ser*ices t%at wo ld (e of interest to operators and sers. Pro<imit!+(ased applications and ser*ices represent an emer&in& social+tec%nolo&ical trend. T%e introd ction of a Pro<imit! Ser*ices 2ProSe4 capa(ilit! in .T8 wo ld allow t%e 3;PP ind str! to ser*e t%is de*elopin& market. ProSe capa(ilities will also ser*e t%e r&ent needs of se*eral P (lic Safet! comm nities t%at are Fointl! committed to .T8, e.&. see SP+126#96 27o5 (etween T8TR) E $ritical $omm nications )ssociation 2T$$)4 E t%e -ational P (lic Safet! Telecomm nications $o ncil4, and S1+1212#7 2T$$)4.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

ProSe normati*e specification are also re' ested to ena(le econom! of scale ad*anta&es, i.e. t%e re' irements s%o ld ens re t%at t%e res ltin& s!stem can (e sed for (ot% P (lic Safet! and non+P (lic Safet! ser*ices, w%ere possi(le. $!%ective: SA& o!%ective is to speci#y service re<uire ents #or: + ProSe 1isco*er! o*er 8+5TR)U o o wit%in network co*era&e and o tside network co*era&e, onl! for P (lic Safet!

1isco*er! wit%in network co*era&e is limited to t%e cases nder contin o s operator network control. $ontin o s is intended to mean t%at an! se of operator reso rces, incl din& spectr m, from a specific 58 needs to (e a t%oriAed and f ll! controlled (! t%e operator network at an! time, (ased on operator c%oice. + ProSe $omm nication o*er 8+5TR)U o o wit%in network co*era&e and o tside network co*era&e onl! for P (lic Safet!

$omm nication wit%in network co*era&e is limited to t%e cases nder contin o s operator network control. $ontin o s is intended to mean t%at an! se of operator reso rces, incl din& spectr m, from a specific 58 needs to (e a t%oriAed and f ll! controlled (! t%e operator network at an! time, (ased on operator c%oice. + 8P$ s pport of ProSe $omm nication o*er W.)-. 1irect control of t%e W.)- link is o tside t%e scope of 3;PP. Cowe*er, ser*ice re' irements t%at ena(le t%e 3;PP 8P$ to pro*ide network s pport for connection esta(lis%ment, maintenance, and ser*ice contin it! for W.)- direct comm nication are in scope. T%ese s%all %a*e no impact on specifications nder t%e responsi(ilit! of TS; R)-. Ser*ice re' irements for ProSe 1isco*er! and ProSe $omm nication will addressI + $ontin o s network operator control. + Presence, &ro p comm nication, (roadcast ser*ices and rela! T%e re' irements for P (lic Safet! and non+P (lic Safet! ser*ices s%all (e common w%ene*er possi(le. T%e ser*ice re' irements &enerated (! t%is work will not appl! to ;8R)- or 5TR)-. -,T8SI For t%e p rposes of t%is WI1 t%ese two Pro<imit! Ser*ices definitions are sedI (roSe 3iscovery: a process t%at identifies t%at a 58 is in pro<imit! of anot%er, sin& 8+5TR). (roSe Co unication: a comm nication (etween two 58s in pro<imit! (! means of a comm nication pat% esta(lis%ed (etween t%e 58s. T%e pat% for disco*er! and comm nication co ld for e<ample (e esta(lis%ed ) directl! (etween t%e 58s ) network (ased, e.&.ro ted *ia local e-=2s4. It is re' ired to incl de means for operator to appl! re& lator! re' irements 2incl din& lawf l intercept, as per re&ional re& lation4. SA' o!%ectives: 3. )s part of t%e TR p%ase a. 1efine t%e arc%itect ral re' irements 2(ased on t%e Sta&e 1 normati*e re' irements4 in order to scope@& ide t%e work in S)2U (. 1e*elop sol tions (ased on o(Fecti*e a4U and c. 1etermine w%ic% sol tion2s4 from t%e TR p%ase to doc ment in normati*e specifications Specif! selected sol tions in rele*ant specifications.

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SA3 o!%ectives: 1. )s part of t%e TR p%ase a. (. c. St d! t%e t%reats and sec rit! re' irements for Pro<imit! Ser*ices 1e*elop sec rit! sol tions (ased on t%e work of S)2U and 1etermine w%ic% sol tion2s4 from t%e TR p%ase to doc ment in normati*e specifications

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Specif! selected sol tions in rele*ant specifications. nder t%e .awf l Interception Rel+12 25I139766324.

.awf l interception aspects will (e co*ered

Service Aspects: Ser*ice aspects will (e specified. MMI)Aspects: )n! potential ser*ice impacts will (e identified. 77I aspects will (e defined in later sta&es. Charging Aspects: )n! potential ser*ice impacts will (e identified. Re' irements for fle<i(le c%ar&in& models 2e.&. *ol me+(ased c%ar&in&4 will (e de*eloped. $%ar&in& mec%anisms will (e defined in later specification sta&es.

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,1< A(01( 0 A(02( 0

+a e Core 4erf

Resour%e R1!R2!R4 R4

:i#is4 12J08J201 4 1(J0(J201 ;

(o p 0N 0N

G0perli#' R4140;1C R4140;1C

TSBTR (A.101! (A.1((! (A.211! (A.212! (A.21(! (A.214! (A.(00! (A.(21! (A.(22! (A.(2(! (A.((1! (A.41(! (A.42( (A.101! (A.1((

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, 5S 1epartment of $ommerce, ;eneral 1!namics, Pantec%, III, ITRI, S%arp, I)8SI, $8WiT, 1e tsc%e Telekom, T+7o(ile 5S), T%ales $omm nications E Sec rit!, 7otorola Sol tions, $)TR, Son!, Telefonica, HT8, 5B Come ,ffice, BP-, )TET, F Fits , B11I, 5S $ell lar, Interdi&ital, -8$, 8ricsson, Sams n&, >eriAon, $)TT, TeliaSonera, .;8, .; 5pl s, SB Telecom, 8TRI, IT., C awei, CiSilicon follow+ p of TR 36."#3 FS3.T831213Pro< "usti#ication: T%e st d! on .T8 1e*ice to 1e*ice Pro<imit! Ser*ices 2FS3.T831213Pro<, TR 36."#34 %as s%own t%at wit% t%e c rrent stat s of work, addin& 121 disco*er! and (roadcast comm nication tec%ni' es is considered compati(le to t%e .T8 standard. 7eanw%ile, normati*e work on pro<imit! ser*ices %as (een XcompletedX in S)2 2S)2 TS 23.3634 and a correspondin& WI1 for sta&e+3 work 2$P+1#67#"4 is also (ein& s (mitted for appro*al. ProSe specification is important to ena(le econom! of scale ad*anta&es, i.e. t%e res ltin& s!stem can (e sed for (ot% P (lic Safet! and non+P (lic+Safet! ser*ices, as m c% as possi(le. $!%ective: to ena(le de*ice to de*ice disco*er! in network co*era&e 2intra+cell and inter+cell4 and comm nication in network co*era&e 2intra+cell and inter+cell4, in partial network co*era&e and o tside network co*era&e. T%e comm nication part is tar&eted to appl! onl! to p (lic safet! se. T%e partial network co*era&e and o t of network co*era&e scenarios appl! onl! to p (lic safet! se. T%e work will proceed from t%e startin& point of t%e a&reements and workin& ass mptions reac%ed d rin& t%e st d! item as capt red in TR 36."#3. In partic larI 14 1efine p%!sical si&nals and c%annels and related 58 (e%a*iors for 121 disco*er! and (roadcast comm nication KR)-1L a4 Specif! s!nc%roniAation si&nal 2121SS4 and, if s pported, s!nc%roniAation c%annel 2P121S$C4 (4 Specif! modifications, if an!, of P5S$C for 121 disco*er! and (roadcast comm nication 2data and sc%ed lin& assi&nments4 c4 Specif! control needed for p%!sical la!er si&nal transmission@reception for (roadcast comm nication 24 Specif! reso rce allocation mec%anisms for 121 disco*er! and (roadcast comm nication KR)-1, R)-2L a4 1istri( ted reso rce allocation mec%anisms from allocated reso rce pool2s4, for 121 disco*er! and (roadcast comm nication KR)-1, R)-2L (4 e-= reso rce allocation mec%anisms, for 121 disco*er! and (roadcast comm nication KR)-2, R)-1L 34 Specif! reso rce allocation mec%anisms for s!nc%roniAation si&nals and, if s pported, s!nc%roniAation c%annels for 121 disco*er! and (roadcast comm nication KR)-1, R)-2L #4 Specif! s!nc%roniAation proced re for inter+cell, in partial network co*era&e and o tside network co*era&e KR)-1L 94 Specif! %i&%er la!er 2)S la!ers4 protocols for 121 disco*er! and comm nication KR)-2L a4 Proced res, %eader format, si&nalin& flows for 121 disco*er! and comm nication 64 Specif! p%!sical la!er and %i&%er la!er tec%ni' es to ena(le t%e .T8 network to mana&e, and contin o sl! control 121 disco*er! and comm nication KR)-1, R)-2L 74 1efine sol tions related to lawf l interception for 121 disco*er! and comm nication as defined (! S)3+.I, if t%e! impact t%e R)- specification KR)-2L "4 St d! co+e<istence (etween 121 ena(led .T8+network and *ictim network operatin& in adFacent carrier fre' encies KR)-#L a4 If a need is identified (! R)-#, specif! potential means to miti&ate interference KR)-1L 04 1efine T< and R< RF re' irements for t%e 58 KR)-#L 164 1efine RR7 core re' irements KR)-#, R)-1, R)-2L The impact of D2D on cellular traffic, spectrum and on the QoS of other services from the same operator should be studied and minimised. The specified solutions should ena(le de*ice to de*ice disco*er! and comm nication on the same or on different LTE carrier(s) than that used for WAN communication by the UE, for both FDD and TDD.

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,1< ;C01A 2 A0004 0 A0004 1 A(100 1 A200A 1 A100( A A(000 ( A(010 ( A(020 (

2e+ Re"l -i*e Co**%nic"tion Access to ,<S ',<S92e+R-C) =,@9;C00A2


S1,S2,S3,$1,$#,I8TF
Resour%e S1 S2 S2 S2-,B-F S( S( C1!C4 C1 C4 :i#is4 18J0AJ201 ( 11J12J201 ( 01J0(J201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 12J08J201 4 12J08J201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 100N 100N 100N ;0N 1;N 1;N 0N 0N 0N G0perli#' S4-1(0101 S4-1(0101 S4-1(0101 S4-1(0101 S4-1(0101 S4-1(0101 C4-140182 C4-140182 C4-140182 +otes S4EA0 co*pleted S4EA2 co*pleted S4EA( co*pleted ,n 2I6C S4EA2 exception to 0AJ14 in S4-1(0A;; S4EA2 exception to 0AJ14 in S4-1(0A;; TSBTR 22.101! 22.22C new -R 2(.101 2(.22C dr"ft-ietf-rtcwe+o$er$iew new -R ((.C11 ((.20(! ((.(2C St" e ( 24.228! New -S 24.(11 2(.((4! 28.((4 +a e Sta2e 1 TR o# Sta2e 2 Sta2e 2 (1*T:) TR o# Se%urit0 Se%urit0 (T aspe%ts C-1 p"rt C-4 p"rt

Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 7o(ile, 8ricsson, )lcatel+. cent, )TET, =roadcom, C awei, Intel, ,ran&e, Telecom Italia, HT8 "usti#ication: T%e RT$W8= &ro p in I8TF and t%e W8=RT$ &ro p in W3$ are specif!in& a (rowser (ased client to s pport comm nication ser*ices. T%e work ma! (e s mmarised as in t%is e<tract from t%e I8TF RT$W8= c%arterI
T%ere are a n m(er of proprietar! implementations t%at pro*ide direct interacti*e ric% comm nication sin& a dio, *ideo, colla(oration, &ames, etc. (etween two peersP we(+(rowsers. T%ese are not interopera(le, as t%e! re' ire non+standard e<tensions or pl &ins to work. T%ere is a desire to standardiAe t%e (asis for s c% comm nication so t%at interopera(le comm nication can (e esta(lis%ed (etween an! compati(le (rowsers. T%e &oal is to ena(le inno*ation on top of a set of (asic components. ,ne core component is to ena(le real+time media like a dio and *ideo, a second is to ena(le data transfer directl! (etween clients.

In order for We(RT$ clients to %a*e access to 3;PP I7S, interopera(ilit! (etween I7S and t%e We(RT$ client is needed. T%erefore, I7S en%ancements are needed to s pport t%is interopera(ilit!. T%e terms We(RT$ and RT$W8= tend to (e sed fairl! interc%an&ea(l! in t%e ind str!. For t%e p rposes of t%is doc ment we are sin& We(RT$. SA& $!%ective: to specif! ser*ice re' irements forI t%e a(ilit! for We(RT$ clients to access I7S, incl din& for e<ample, re sin& I7S client sec rit! credentials and@or p (lic identities@credentials as appropriateU %ow I7S clients comm nicate wit% We(RT$ clients connected to I7S, (ot% for ori&inatin& and terminatin& callsU t%e a(ilit! to realise an! I7S ser*ices to t%e We(RT$ clientU access to I7S client capa(ilities, incl din& re& lator! f nctions 2e.&. lawf l interception4 and c%ar&in& for We(RT$ clients connected to I7SU t%e a(ilit! to s pport applica(le I7S access t!pes 2e.&., .T84 for we(RT$ clients connected to I7SU a(ilit! for an I7S ser*ice pro*ider to offer I7S ser*ices to sers interactin& wit% a 3rd part! we(site w%ic% is sin& t%e we(RT$ client 2 sers of t%e 3rd part! we(site ma! or ma!+not %a*e I7S credentials4 It is not intended to pro*ide ser*ice contin it! in t%is work item. SA' $!%ective: to e<pand t%e I7S arc%itect re and sta&e 2 proced res as re' ired (! t%e s pport of We(RT$ clients access to I7S. S)2 will work on 2non e<%a sti*e list4I )rc%itect ral impacts for t%e s pport of different kinds of clients 2operator @ 3rd part!4 in different scenarios T%e arc%itect re 2incl din& t%e s pport of We(RT$ clients access to I7S for clients on a 3;PP 58 t%at are roamin& at access le*el4 for followin& scenariosI w%en 3;PP or non 3;PP access is sed 2common I7S4 w%en t%e 58 is non roamin& at access le*el or w%en Come Ro ted access is sed 2t%ese scenarios %a*e priorit! for t%e work4. w%et%er I7S roamin& arc%itect re is sed in case of 3;PP .=, will (e st died. 7edia plane aspects e.&.

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arc%itect ral impacts related to t%e se of specific codecs I t%e work will address transcodin& aspects ( t also t%e case w%ere t%e se of 3;PP codecs is possi(le from t%e 58. Cow a We(RT$ client @ t%e (rowser can access to 3;PP codecs on t%e 58 is o t of t%e scope of t%e S)2 work. arc%itect ral impacts related to media plane sec rit! interworkin& 2refer to section "4 ) t%entication and $ontrol plane sec rit! related aspects 2refer to section "4 $%ar&in& 2refer to section 74 P$$ aspects T%e 5sa&e of t%e 3;PP Packet $ore -etwork to s pport We(RT$ clients access to I7S. For e<ample followin& points will (e st diedI t%e P1- connection @ P1P conte<t to (e sed (! We(RT$ traffic especiall! in roamin& cases and t%e ?oS control, e.&. %ow a We(RT$ client can se t%e ?oS s pported @ deli*ered (! t%e 3;PP Packet $ore.

SA3 o!%ectives: to meet t%e re' irements and to ens re sec rit! of se cases defined (! S)1 wit%in t%e arc%itect re defined (! S)2. For t%is p rpose S)3 will considerI We(RT$ client a t%entication mec%anisms, incl din& t%e re+ se of e<istin& I7S a t%entication mec%anisms from We(RT$ clients Re' ired en%ancements to I7S media plane sec rit!

MMI)Aspects: will need to (e considered. Charging Aspects: $%ar&in& mec%anisms will need to (e considered

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Resources:
,1< ;C01A ( A0004 C

=s" e <onitorin Control 4CC en#"nce*ent '=<5NC) =,@9;C00A(


S2,$3
G0perli#' S412082C C41(0(8A +otes S4E;8 co*pleted. 2(.20( CRE01C2 '-i*e ."sed =s" e <onitorin )! CRE01C4 '=s" e <onitorin $i" 5nline C#"r in Syste*) C4EA1 co*pleted TSsBa#"BTRs 2(.20( 28.212! 28.214! 28.21; +a e Sta2e 2 (T3 aspe%ts (Sta2e 3)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: HT8, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 5nicom,, >odafone, ,ran&e, B11I, )llot $omm nications, Tekelec, $om*erse, R niper -etworks, ,penet, ,penwa*e, Sand*ine, $isco
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title ;200(; Rel-12 -R 2(.C;C St%dy on =s" e <onitorin Control en#"nce*ent 'FS9=<5NC) +ature of relatio#s4ip -

"usti#ication 5sa&e monitorin& control %as (een introd ced into P$$ since Rel+0 w%ic% pro*ides t%e operator t%e capa(ilit! to enforce d!namic polic! decisions (ased on total network sa&e in real+time. It was en%anced nder S)PP Work Item in Rel+11 to s pport sa&e monitorin& for applications t%at are detected (! t%e T1F. 1 rin& t%e FS357,-$ st d!, it was concl ded t%at t%e followin& re' irements s%o ld (e f lfilled wit%in t%e e<istin& P$$ frameworkI Time (ased 5sa&e 7onitorin& $ontrol to en%ance t%e s!stem to s pport t%e time+(ased sa&e monitorin& control.

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Resources:
,1< ;801( 8 A0001 1 A0004 8

Applic"tion ."sed C#"r in 'A.C) =,@9;800(8


S2,S9,$3
Resour%e S2 S; C( :i#is4 18J0AJ201 ( 1CJ0AJ201 4 0AJ12J201 ( (o p 100N 80N 100N G0perli#' S41(0(2C S41(0(2C C41(0(;( +otes S4EA0 co*pleted S4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 C4EA2 co*pleted TSBTR 2(.20( (2.240! (2.2;1! (2.28A! (2.28C! (2.288 28.212! 28.21(! 28.214! 28.21;! 28.218 +a e Sta2e 2 (4ar2i#2 Sta2e 3

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )llot $omm nications, ,penet, ,penwa*e 7o(ilit!, Tekelec, -TT 1,$,7,, =roadcom, Sand*ine, $om*erse, ,ran&e, Telefonica, >odafone , B11I, 5S $ell lar , Sprint, 1e tsc%e Telekom, $%ina Telecom, Cewlett+Packard, Citac%i, R niper -etworks, Radis!s, $isco, )TET Tri&&ered (! TR 23."66 St d! on )pplication =ased $%ar&in& 2FS3)=$4 5I1396663" "usti#ication It is possi(le, startin& from Rel+11 S)PP WI1, for t%e P$$ arc%itect re to pro*ide application awareness e*en w%en t%ere is no e<plicit ser*ice le*el si&nallin&. T%e application detection and control can (e implemented eit%er (! t%e T1F 2Traffic 1etection F nction4 entit! or (! t%e P$8F en%anced wit% application detection and control 2)1$4 entit!. T%e mec%anisms of detection and, in case of solicited application reportin& also t%e mec%anisms of control 2i.e. &atin&, (andwidt% limitation, redirection and sa&e monitorin& per detected application4 are applica(le also for applications wit% non+ded ci(le ser*ice data flows. )1$ R les are defined per eac% application w%ic% is re' ired to (e detected and controlled. 1 rin& t%e FS3)=$ st d!, it was concl ded t%at t%e s!stem en%ancements s%o ld (e introd ced to t%e e<istin& P$$ framework in order to f lfil application (ased c%ar&in& for t%e detected applications, (ot% for t%e case of t%e T1F and for t%e case in w%ic% t%e P$8F is en%anced wit% )1$. $!%ective: to en%ance t%e s!stem to s pport application (ased c%ar&in& for t%e applications detected, enforced and c%ar&ed (! t%e T1F or (! t%e P$8F en%anced wit% )pplication 1etection and $ontrol 2)1$4 as per concl sions defined in t%e TR 23."66. -oteI T%e sol tion is (ased on t%e principle t%at onl! t%e P$8F or t%e T1F is sed as t%e c%ar&in& and t%e enforcement point for a &i*en 58 IP+$)- session. T%e ass mption is t%at no ;=R (earers are re' ired for t%e IP+$)- session w%en T1F is t%e c%ar&in& and polic! enforcement point.

Specificall! t%e followin& en%ancements will (e doneI For T1F, s pport of application (ased c%ar&in& (! definin& t%e correspondin& c%ar&in& f nctionalit!, necessar! e<tensions to Sd interface to %andle c%ar&in&, incl din& )1$ R les e<tensions, and interfaces (etween t%e T1F and t%e ,$S@,F$S.

)dditionall!, t%e en%ancements of e<istin& mec%anisms for application (ased c%ar&in& in case t%e P$8F performs application detection will (e st died and standardiAed. Service Aspects: -o ser*ices s%o ld (e impacted.

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Bn#"nced S2" <o+ility 5$er tr%sted 26AN "ccess to B4C 'eS"<5I) =,@9A100(C
S2,$1,$#
Resour%e S2 C1!C4 :i#is4 01J0(J201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 100N ;(N G0perli#' S4-1(0(81 C4-1(011; +otes S4EA( co*pleted TSBTR 2(.402 St" e ( +a e Sta2e 2 Sta2e 3

Supporting Individual Me !ers: HT8, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, =roadcom $orporation, $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina Telecom, $isco, 8ricsson, France Telecom, CT$, C awei, Cisilicon, Intel, R niper -etworks, B11I , .;8, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, -okia, -okia Siemens -etworks, ,ran&e, ? alcomm, Sams n&
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature ,1< Title ;100A FS9S"<5I 1 ;(014 S"<5I926AN: S2" <o+ility +"sed 5n A I-4 "nd 26AN "ccess to B4C (;002 SAB for s%pport for non-(I44 "ccesses 1 'SABS-SA-F49n(I44) +ature of relatio#s4ip -#is wor3 ite* is +"sed on t#e concl%sions fro* FS9S"<5I. Rel-11 S"<5I wor3 ite* t#"t specified t#e S2" +"sed *o+ility o$er tr%sted 26AN "ccess wit#o%t =B i*p"ct +%t wit# so*e f%nction"l li*it"tions. 2, %nder w#ic# non (I44 "ccesses 'incl%din 26AN) s%pport in B4S w"s defined! "nd S2" is one of t#e interf"ces defined for t#is p%rpose.

"usti#ication In Rel+11, s pport of ;TP E P7IP*6 on S2a for W.)- access was de*eloped wit%o t an! 58 impact ( t as a conse' ence t%e sol tion came wit% certain limitations on s pported f nctions. T%ese limitations for Rel+11 are doc mented in TS 23.#62 in cla se 16.1.2. T%is work item is an en%ancement of t%e Rel+11 sol tion wit% t%e aim to a*oid t%e Rel+11 limitations 2e<cept emer&enc! attac%4 (! allowin& impacts to t%e 58, alt%o &% t%ose impacts s%o ld (e minimised. T%e re' irements for Sa7,; p%ase 2 are doc mented in TR 23."92 cla se ".1. $!%ective: to specif! sta&e 2 sol tion recommended in TR 23."92 cla se 0.2 for (ot% ;TP and P7IP+(ased S2a. Service Aspects: -o ser*ices s%o ld (e impacted. Charging Aspects: $%ar&in& aspects will (e co*ered (! t%e affected specifications.
,1< A1000 8 A1010 8 A1020 8 +a e Sta2e 3 C-1 p"rt C-4 p"rt :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p ;(N 10N (;N G0perli#' C4-1(011; C4-1(011; C4-1(011; +otes C4EA( -S 24.244 $100 for ,nfor*"tion TSBTR St" e ( 24.(02! New -S 24.244 28.21(! 28.214! 28.21;

In Rel+11, t%e s pport of ;TP E P7IP*6 on S2a for W.)- access was de*eloped wit% certain limitations on s pported f nctions as followsI + + + + + Cando*er+indicator from t%e 58 is not s pportedU )P- indication from t%e 58 is not s pportedU Transport of P$, in Tr sted W.)- is not s pportedU 7 ltiple P1- connections in Tr sted W.)- access are not s pported. Sim ltaneo s access for a 58 to 8P$ t%ro &% S2a and non+seamless offload sin& a sin&le SSI1 is not s pported.

T%is work item is aimin& at makin& en%ancements to t%e Rel+11 sol tion to a*oid t%ese limitations a(o*e. In t%is p%ase it is e<pected t%at t%ere will (e some impacts to t%e 58, alt%o &% an! s c% impact s%o ld (e minimised. $!%ective: to pro*ide sta&e 3 for t%e f nctionalit! defined in sta&e 2 to ena(le ;TP*2 and P7IP*6 (ased S2a access to 8P$ t%ro &% W.)- access for t%e 58.

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,1< A101( 8 A2000 (

5pti*ized 5fflo"din to 26AN in (I44-RA- <o+ility '25R<) =,@9A100(8


S2,$1
Resour%e S2 C1 :i#is4 11J12J201 ( 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 100N 10N G0perli#' S41(0(82 C4140108 +otes S4EA2 co*pleted C4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ C4-1(0110FGC4-140108. Co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14! C#"n ed R"pp ..FG,ntel. St" e ( en"+lin differenti"tionJprioritiz"tion of (I44 RA-s rel"ti$e to 26AN for tr"ffic flow ro%tin +"sed on ,nter-Syste* Ro%tin 4olicies TSBTR 2(.212! 2(.401! 2(.402 24.(02! 24.(12 +a e Sta2e 2 (T aspe%ts

Supporting Individual Me !ers: =lack=err!, ? alcomm, -okia, )TET, C awei, ,ran&e, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+ . cent S%an&%ai =ell, 8ricsson, Telecom Italia, $)TT, .; 8lectronics, =roadcom, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, Intel, S%arp .inked to TR 23."06 St d! on ,ptimiAed ,ffloadin& to W.)- in 3;PP+R)T mo(ilit! 2FS3W,R74, S)8 for s pport for non+3;PP accesses, 7 lti+)ccess P1- $onnecti*it! 27)P$,-4, IP Flow 7o(ilit! and Seamless W.)- ,ffload 2IF,74, $S Fall(ack in 8PS 2S)8S+$SF=4.
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature ,1< Title ;A00( St%dy on 5pti*ized 5fflo"din to 26AN in (I44-RA1 *o+ility 'FS925R<) (;002 SAB for s%pport for non-(I44 "ccesses 'SABS-SA1 F49n(I44) 4(00( <%lti-Access 4@N Connecti$ity '<A4C5N) ; 4;004 ,4 Flow <o+ility "nd Se"*less 26AN 5fflo"d ',F5<) 1 (800( CS F"ll+"c3 in B4S 'SABS-CSF.) A +ature of relatio#s4ip Rel"ted st%dy 2,@ 2, %nder w#ic# non (I44 "ccesses 'incl%din 26AN) s%pport in B4S w"s defined -#e wor3 ite* +%ilds on <A4C5N -#e wor3 ite* +%ilds on ,F5< -#e wor3 ite* i*pro$es oper"tion d%rin CS f"ll+"c3

"usti#ication T%e s pport of connecti*it! o*er W.)- %as (een defined as part of t%e 8PS. T%e 8PS specifications define proced res for o(tainin& connecti*it! o*er tr sted and ntr sted W.)-, and for %ando*er of IP traffic (etween 3;PP access tec%nolo&ies and W.)-. Wit% t%e spreadin& se of W.)- and t%e increasin& role t%at W.)- is pla!in& in 3;PP operator network deplo!ments, impro*in& t%e se of W.)- in 8PS wo ld (e (eneficial to operators and to ser e<perience. )-1SF can (e sed to inform de*ices of w%ic% access tec%nolo&! is prefera(le for certain IP traffic nder specific conditions 2e.&. t%ro &% t%e se of ISRP4. W.)- access ma! (e considered prefera(le to certain 3;PP radio access tec%nolo&ies ( t not ot%ers 2e.&. for certain traffic, W.)- ma! (e prefera(le to 5TR)- ( t not to 8+5TR)-4. Cowe*er, at present )-1SF does not pro*ide mec%anisms to indicate preferences wit% &ran larit! at t%e 3;PP R)T le*el. T%is restricts t%e a(ilit! for t%e operator to pro*ide policies t%at fa*o r a specific 3;PP R)T o*er anot%er one wit% respect to t%e W.)- preference. 7ec%anisms c rrentl! specified for mo(ilit! of IP traffic (etween a 3;PP R)T and W.)- do not allow miti&ation of potential loss or s spension of (earers and t%erefore t%ere can (e a res ltin& ne&ati*e impact on t%e ser e<perience d rin& mo(ilit! (etween 3;PP R)Ts. 8<amples incl de mo(ilit! (etween R)Ts 2e.&. 8+5TR)- to 5TR)- or ;8R)-4 t%at ma! lead to 8PS (earers, correspondin& to IP traffic t%at co ld ot%erwise (e transported o*er W.)-, (ein& dropped. 5ndesira(le impacts on ser e<perience and s!stem performance ma! also occ r as a res lt of pin& pon& (etween W.)- and 3;PP access tec%nolo&ies nless meas res are taken to a*oid t%is. $!%ective: $omplete t%e followin& c%an&es to tec%nical specifications 2w%ere ke! iss es and sol tions are as descri(ed in TR 23."064I Sol tion 1 2Be! iss e 14I TR 23."06 cla se 6.1 o -ormati*e description of )-1SF modification and associated proced ral te<t to (e added. Sol tion 2 2Be! Iss e 2, Scenario 14I TR23."06 cla se 6.2

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o -ote to (e added to appropriate specifications Sol tion 3 2Be! iss e 2, Scenario 34I TR23."06 cla se 6.3 o -ote to (e added to appropriate specifications Sol tion # 2Be! iss e 3, Scenario 1 and 24I TR23."06 cla se 6.# o -ote to (e added to appropriate specifications -o ser*ices s%o ld (e impacted.

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Resources:
,1< A1014 0 A2000 C A2010 C A2020 C A20(0 C

Networ3-pro$ided 6oc"tion infor*"tion for ,<S -r%sted 26AN Access Networ3 c"se =,@9A10040
S2, $3,$1,$#
Resour%e S2 C(!C1!C4 C( C1 C4 :i#is4 01J0(J201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 100N (0N ;0N 0N 40N G0perli#' S4-1(0(8( C41(0C10 C41(0C10 C41(0C10 C41(0C10 +otes S4EA( co*pleted TSBTR 2(.20(! 2(.22C! 2(.402 St" e ( 28.212! 28.214 24.228 28.21(! 28.214! 28.21;! 28.(2C! 28.(28 +a e Sta2e 2 (T aspe%ts C-( p"rt C-1 p"rt C-4 p"rt

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, $%ina Telecom, Telecom+Italia, 5S $ell lar, ,ran&e Rel+11 -etwork Pro*ided .ocation Information for I7S 2-WB+P.2I7S4 co*ers t%e case w%ere 58 is ser*ed (! a 3;PP R)-. T%is WI co*ers t%e case w%ere t%e 58 is ser*ed (! a TW)-.
sta2e 1 i#for atio# TS or (R(s) -S 22.101 Ser$ice "spects0 Ser$ice principles -S 22.11; Ser$ice "spects0 C#"r in "nd +illin (lause Re ar's

"usti#ication In t%e $irc it Switc%ed network w%en a 58 initiates a $S call or sends an S7S messa&e, t%e 7S$ can &et t%e c rrent cell+I1 information pro*ided (! R-$@=S$, w%ic% can (e sed for c%ar&in& p rposes and@or for recordin& t%e location of a s (scri(er for w%om t%e &o*ernment a t%orit! re' ests comm nication %istor!. )s information pro*ided (! t%e 58 cannot (e tr sted for t%is p rpose, it is re' ired t%at t%e network pro*ides t%e ade' ate location information. T%e 2Rel+114 WI1 called N-etwork Pro*ided .ocation Information for I7SO 2)cron!m -WB+P.2I7S, 5ni' e identifier #"663"4 f lfils t%is need in case t%e 58 is ser*ed (! a 3;PP R)-. )s part of t%e ;S7)+W=) Task Force on 7o(ilit! wit% IP address preser*ation, t%e task Force %as concl ded and liaised 2SP+13617"4 to 3;PP t%at t%ere is a &ap for t%e case w%ere t%e 58 is ser*ed (! a TW)-I NT%is .S foc ses on t%e second Takeawa!I N1eli*er! of *oice and real time ser*ices o*er Wi+Fi will (e t%e ke! dri*ers for s c% deplo!mentsO. T%e Task Force identified followin& feat res w%ere appropriate work ma! (e re' ired to s pport t%at re' irementI P location related workI makin& s re t%at a Tr sted W.)- )ccess -etwork pro*ides t%e ser*ice la!er 2e.&. I7S4 wit% similar location Information to w%at a 3;PP access can pro*ide 2i.e. impro*in& 3;PP -etloc to also co*er Tr sted W.)- )ccess -etworks4.O

M;S7) and W=) kindl! re' est 3;PP S)2@S) to take appropriate action to identif! an! rele*ant work needed to s pport t%e feat res indicated a(o*e and ens re its timel! completion 2correspondin& to t%e deadlines of 3;PP Rel124M $!%ective: to e<tend t%e arc%itect re defined as part of -WB+P.2I7S to allow s pport of TW)- connected to 8P$ as IP$)-, to make t%e TW)- location 2cell+Id, e.&. fi<ed+line id in case of a residential &atewa! or =SSI1 ot%erwise4 t%e 58 is camped on a*aila(le to t%e I7S nodes w%en t%e mo(ile operator needs to record t%is information eit%er to f lfill le&al o(li&ations or for c%ar&in& p rposes, especiall! at t%e set+ p and release of an I7S comm nication o*er a TW)-. T%e wa! for t%e TW)- to &et t%e TW)- location is o t of scope of t%is acti*it!. Service Aspects: -one identified. Charging Aspects: will (e considered (! S)9. T%is Work onl! pro*ides an ena(ler to implement 2for I7S calls on a TW)-4 c%ar&in& models similar to $ell+Id (ased c%ar&in&.

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Security Aspects: T%e network pro*ided information s%all (e sec rel! deli*ered to t%e I7S nodes re' estin& as alread! defined (! -WB+P.2I7S.

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Resources:
,1< A201A 1 A(000 4 A(010 4 A(020 4

Core Networ3 5$erlo"d - =ser 6oc"tion ,nfor*"tion reportin i*pro$e*ent 'CN59=6,) =,@9A200A1
S2,$3,$#
Resour%e S2 C(!C4 C( C4 :i#is4 01J0(J201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 100N ;N 10N 0N G0perli#' S41(0111 C414008( C414008( C414008( +otes S4EA( co*pleted Specify St" e ( proced%res to s%pport t#e =6, si n"llin opti*iz"tions TSBTR 2(.0A0! 2(.20(! 2(.401 St" e ( 28.212! 28.21( 2(.00C! 28.0A0! 28.214 +a e Sta2e 2 (T aspe%ts C-( p"rt C-4 p"rt

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, )llot $omm nications, $isco, Sand*ine, ,ran&e, Tekelec, B11I, )TET
Relate" Stu"0 1te ,1< Title
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or :eature (if a#0) +ature of relatio#s4ip


Q 10.( of -R 2(.C4( KConcl%sions for =ser 6oc"tion ,nfor*"tion reportin i*pro$e*entsL

-R 2(.C4( St%dy on Core Networ3 5$erlo"d sol%tions

"usti#ication It is reco&niAed t%at 5.I reportin& ma! ind ce si&nificant si&nallin& load. T%e st d! of si&nalin& optimiAations related to 5.I reportin& was done nder FS3$-, and t%e correspondin& selected sol tions will need to (e doc mented in t%e normati*e specifications. $!%ective: to pro*ide normati*e specification of 5.I si&nallin& optimiAations accordin& to concl sions of t%e FS3$-, TR 23."#3.

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,1< ;A002 C ;100; 4 ;200( 1 ;A00( 0 ;100( 2 ;C00A 4 A200A ;

SA( Fe"t%res
+a e Rel-12 Se%urit0 s all *#4a#%e e#ts Se%urit0 aspe%ts of Pu3li% &ar#i#2 S0ste Se%urit0 e#4a#%e e#ts for usa2e of Ge#eri% Eootstrappi#2 !r%4ite%ture (GE!) fro t4e 3rowser (Sta2e 2) *Dte#"e" 1-S e"ia pla#e se%urit0 features Cawful 1#ter%eptio# i# t4e 3GPP Rel-12 Tu##elli#2 of ,* Servi%es over Restri%tive !%%ess +etwor's (Sta2e 2>3) Spe%ifi%atio# of t4e T,!/ !l2orit4 Set !%ro#0 SBC12 42S9Sec 2e+9I.A e<B@,ASBC 6,12 -=RAN S-AS Resour%e S( S(!S1 S( S(!C4!C1!C(!,B-F S( S(!C1 S( rapporteur S--Bricsson No3i" :od"fone 4,@S! Alc"tel6%cent Ac*e 4"c3et :od"fone

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,1< ;A002 8 ;10(; 4 ;11(; 4 ;101; 4 ;102; 4 ;104; 4 ;10;; 4

Sec%rity "spects of 4%+lic 2"rnin Syste* '42S9Sec) =,@9;100;4


S3,S1
rapporteur :od"fone S--Bricsson S--Bricsson S--Bricsson S--Bricsson S--Bricsson S--Bricsson +a e Sta2e 1 for Prote%tio# a2ai#st false P&S &ar#i#2 +otifi%atio#s TR o# S!3 part S!3 part <elete" - Sta2e 1 <elete" - Sta2e 2 <elete" - (T1 part <elete" - R!+2 part

,1< ;A0028

+a e Sta2e 1 for Prote%tio# a2ai#st false P&S &ar#i#2 +otifi%atio#s

G0perli#' S4-1204((

+otes S4E;1 co*pleted

TSBTR 22.2AC

Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, 7orp%o $ards ;m(C, =lack=err!, HT8 Specif! re' irements to protect a&ainst false PWS Warnin& -otifications 2,ptional as not all re&ions@co ntries re' ire t%is f nctionalit!4. T%is WI1 co*ers all o(Fecti*es in S)3 PWS3Sec Feat re+le*el WI1 replacin& t%e ori&inal Sta&e 1 5I1391619# "usti#ication $ rrent 3;PP PWS specifications offer no protection a&ainst false (ase stations (roadcastin& false Warnin& -otifications. )t S)D9# 3;PP decided t%at defa lt terminal (e%a*io r s%o ld (e to accept all Warnin& -otifications e*en if t%eir a t%enticit! is nknown 2i.e. no sec rit! protection4. T%is means t%at defa lt (e%a*io r is open to t%e presentation of false Warnin& -otifications iss ed (! false (ase stations e*en in co ntries wit%o t a P (lic Warnin& S!stem deplo!ed. 8<amples of false (ase station risks incl de, ( t are not limited toU =alse >arning +oti#ications to induce panic It is not clear %ow a lar&e crowd in an enclosed space wo ld react to a caref ll! worded messa&e desi&ned to ca se panic t%at s ddenl! arri*es wit% prominent alertin& on almost e*er! p%one A!use o# -arning syste !roadcast channel to send advertising ? spa

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8nd res lt ma! (e t%at sers disa(le or i&nore *alid Warnin& -otifications and so miss &en ine warnin&s $!%ective: to specif! re' irements to offer protection a&ainst false P (lic Warnin& S!stem Warnin& -otifications. T%ese re' irements will (e optional since t%ere are re&ions and co ntries t%at do not re' ire t%is f nctionalit!. Service Aspects: Sec rit! is a f ndamental re' irement t%at needs to (e addressed w%en pro*idin& emer&enc! warnin& ser*ices o*er (roadcast c%annels in mo(ile networks. MMI)Aspects: ) positi*e or ne&ati*e res lt w%en performin& sec rit! c%ecks on PWS Warnin& -otifications will allow@disallow presentation of t%e Warnin& -otification to t%e terminal application@77I.
,1< ;10(; 4 ;11(; 4 +a e TR o# S!3 part S!3 part :i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p 80N 80N G0perli#' S4-1204(4 S4-1204(4 +otes S4EA2 exception to 0AJ14 in S4-1(0A;4 S4EA2 exception to 0AJ14 in S4-1(0A;4 TSBTR new -R ((.CA8 new -S ((.2A8

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ST+8ricsson, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, CiSilicon, C awei, Ro&ers Wireless, TeliaSonera, >odafone, HT8 S)3 re*iew of PWS sec rit! re's in 22.26" 2see .S S1+1623"94 and c rrent 8TWS sec rit! sol tion 2$1 23.6#1, S2 23.#61, R2 36.3314 concl ded need for S1,S2,S3,$1,R2 work "usti#ication TS 22.26" contains sec rit! re' irements for PWS and t%e 8TWS, $7)S and 85+)lert s (s!stems. T%ese re' irements state t%at warnin& messa&es s%all (e a t%enticated. Cowe*er, t%e c rrent 3;PP specifications onl! contain a partial sol tion to address t%ese re' irements. W%ilst a di&ital si&nat re can (e appended to 8TWS primar! notifications, t%e al&orit%ms to (e sed and t%e related ke! mana&ement sc%eme are not specified. .ack of standardisation on t%e di&ital si&nat re al&orit%m co ld pre*ent t%e implementation of sol tions, and at (est co ld lead to fra&mentation of sol tions as eac% nation or re&ion co ld decide to se a different al&orit%m. .ack of standardisation co ld also res lt in inconsistent terminal (e%a*io r w%ic% co ld ca se some terminals to alert t%e ser to emer&enc! warnin& messa&es t%at are not protected wit% a di&ital si&nat re despite t%e wis%es of t%e local operator and local re& lator. $!%ectives: To re*iew, and pdate as re' ired, t%e sec rit! re' irements for PWS. T%is s%o ld incl de re*iew of sec rit! re' irements relatin& to %andlin& of roamin& sers. To profile di&ital si&nat re al&orit%ms and@or de*elop ot%er sec rit! sol tions for protectin& emer&enc! warnin& messa&es. To define ke! mana&ement sc%emes to s pport t%e protection of emer&enc! warnin& messa&es. To ens re t%at t%e sec rit! sol tion s fficientl! (locks spoof warnin&s, w%ilst a*oidin& t%at &en ine warnin&s are reFected d e to non+malicio s errors in t%e s!stem. To re*iew all aspects of t%e PWS specifications to identif! and close an! sec rit! &aps.

Service Aspects: Sec rit! is a f ndamental re' irement t%at needs to (e addressed w%en pro*idin& emer&enc! warnin& ser*ices o*er (roadcast c%annels in mo(ile networks. MMI)Aspects: ) positi*e or ne&ati*e res lt w%en performin& sec rit! c%ecks on emer&enc! warnin& messa&es ma! %a*e an impact on t%e terminal 77I.

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A.2
Resources:
,1< ;200( 1

Sec%rity en#"nce*ents for %s" e of I.A fro* t#e +rowser '2e+9I.A) =,@9;200(1
S3
G0perli#' S4120C80 +otes S4EA0 co*pleted TSBTR ((.220! ((.222! new -R ((.C2( +a e Se%urit0 e#4a#%e e#ts for usa2e of Ge#eri% Eootstrappi#2 !r%4ite%ture (GE!) fro t4e 3rowser (Sta2e 2)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -okia, -S-, $%ina 7o(ile, )TET, ST+8ricsson, 8ricsson "usti#ication T%e most sed a t%entication met%od in t%e Internet toda! is CT7. F,R7 (ased a t%entication. It is sed wit% we( (rowser w%ere a lo&in pa&e is downloaded o*er CTTPS and w%ic% contains an CT7. F,R7 wit% at least P sernameP and PpasswordP fields. Sometime, t%is takes place o*er plain CTTP, w%ic% poses a sec rit! risk. T%e c rrent mec%anism %ow ;=) co ld (e sed from we( (rowser is to se ;=) wit% CTTP 1i&est as specified in cla se 9.3 of 3;PP TS 33.222. In c rrent implementations, once we( (rowser %as started to se CTTP 1i&est wit% a partic lar we( ser*er, it contin es to se it ntil t%e (rowser instance is terminated. T%is is common (e%a*io r in we( (rowsers toda!. T%is means t%at t%ere is no wa! of doin& a lo&o t as (rowser keeps on sendin& t%e CTTP 1i&est %eaders (ack to t%e we( ser*er. )not%er draw(ack is t%at sin& CTTP 1i&est in parallel to CT7. F,R7 (ased a t%entication is not strai&%t forward as t%e a t%entication %appens in different la!ers of protocols. In order to simplif! t%e sa&e of ;=) in we( (rowser we propose to ena(le access to ;=) in CT7. la!er, namel! sin& Fa*ascript. T%e sa&e of Fa*ascript to&et%er wit% ;=) raises also some sec rit! concerns wit% re&ard to protection of ;=) credentials, %ence t%e (est common practices for t%is kind of interworkin& need to (e descri(ed. $!%ective + + + + + + St d! t%e potential t%reats for different sa&e scenarios of ;=) credentials sin& a we( (rowser for new sa&e scenarios, not co*ered (! c rrent specifications e.&. sin& CT7. forms, sin& Ra*ascript, sin& wid&ets St d!, identif! and specif! an! protection mec%anism t%at ma!(e additionall! re' ired for t%e ;=) credentials St d!, identif! and potentiall! specif! sa&e control for ;=) credentials St d!, identif! and potentiall! specif! access control mec%anism for ;=) mod le St d!, identif! and potentiall! specif! t%e sa&e of we( (ased ;=) as an e<tension on t%e c rrent 5a protocols 2e.&. new 5a protocol identifier4 Identif! and o tline %ow ;=) can (e sed wit% CT7. Forms and Ra*ascript sec rel! 2e.&. descri(in& ;=) G we( specific common practices and e<amples4 T%is is a sec rit! ena(ler for ser*ices.

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A.(
Resources:
,1< ;A00( 0 ;A01( 0 A1100 ( ;C000 ;

,<S *edi" pl"ne sec%rity extensions 'e<B@,ASBC) =,@9;A00(0


S3,$#,$1,$3,I8TF
e"ia pla#e se%urit0 features e"ia pla#e se%urit0 features (Sta2e 2) Resour%e S( S(-,B-F C4!C1!C(!,B-F rapporteur :od"fone :od"fone C#rister &ol*+er Alc"tel-6%cent +a e *Dte#"e" 1-S

S!3 part of *Dte#"e" 1-S

(1*T:) S!3 part of *Dte#"e" 1-S e"ia pla#e se%urit0 features (Sta2e 2) (T aspe%ts of *Dte#"e" 1-S e"ia pla#e se%urit0 features (Sta2e 2>3)

,1< ;A01( 0 A1100 (

+a e S!3 part (Sta2e 2) (1*T:) S!3 part (Sta2e 2)

:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4

(o p 8;N ;0N

G0perli#' S4120441 S4120441

+otes Not co*pleted internetdr"ft

TSBTR ((.(2C dr"ft-ietf-**%sic-%dptldtls

Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, )lcatel+. cent, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, -okia, -S-, =lack=err!, HT8, C awei, ,ran&e Tri&&ered (! Rel+11 TR 33."20 St d! on 8<tended I7S media plane sec rit! feat res 2FS3e781I)S8$4
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title 4C004 St%dy on Bxtended ,<S *edi" pl"ne sec%rity ( fe"t%res 'FS9e<B@,ASBC) +ature of relatio#s4ip St%dy on different *edi" sec%rity en#"nce*ents! w#ere t#e concl%sions s#o%ld +e %sed "s inp%t for t#e nor*"ti$e wor3 in t#is wor3 ite*.

"usti#ication T%e 3;PP media sec rit! specifications toda! are foc sed on RTP media onl!. ,t%er media, s c% as 7SRP (ased messa&in& or file transfer are not addressed, makin& t%e o*erall sec rit! for an I7S session incomplete. )s part of t%e 3;PP TR 33."20 st d!, a n m(er of en%ancements to t%e I7S media sec rit! %a*e (een f rt%er pro&ressed, incl din& I7S messa&in&, comm nications di*ersion and conferencin&. Some of t%ese aspects %a*e mat red and co ld (e (ro &%t towards normati*e work to sec re t%e consistent media sec rit! framework for all t!pe of I7S media. It can also (e noted t%at ot%er or&aniAations adoptin& and profilin& t%e 3;PP I7S specifications %a*e s%own a &reat need to ens re t%at media sec rit! can (e pro*ided for *ario s call cases and media. In partic lar, ;S7) R$S %a*e defined se cases o*er non+tr sted access, w%ere t%ere is a need for media sec rit!. ;S7) R$S %a*e adopted SRTP (ased on TS 33.32", ( t d e to t%e lack of 3;PP specification for 7SRP@T.S, defined t%eir own profile for T.S. Similar sit ations ma! occ r in ot%er &ro ps, and t%ere is a need to ens re t%at 3;PP %a*e a clear profile standardiAed for 7SRP@T.S (ased media s c% t%at ot%er &ro ps can se t%ese and a*oid t%at a fra&mentation occ rs in t%e ind str! aro nd I7S (ased media sec rit!. $!%ective: to specif! an! necessar! mec%anisms and proced res w%ere concl ded to (e specified to pro*ide media sec rit! f nctionalit! for t%e followin& scenariosI I7S 7essa&in&, and in partic lar 7SRP@T$P (ased media, I7S $onferencin&, and $omm nications di*ersion.

T%e mec%anisms s%o ld (e (ased on t%e o tcome and concl sions from t%e related st d! TR 33."20 2FS3e781I)S8$4. $ompati(lit! wit% ;S7) R$S s%o ld (e so &%t as m c% as possi(le. Service AspectsI allow operators to pro*ide a consistent protection for I7S media and I7S standard ser*ices.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

MMI)Aspects: I7S media protection s%o ld work wit%o t ser in*ol*ement. Cowe*er, dependin& on t%e re' irements of certain ser &ro ps, sers ma! want to %a*e t%e possi(ilit! to confi& re t%eir sec rit! settin&s. Charging Aspects: possi(le to c%ar&e a c stomer for %i&% ' alit! end+to+end media sec rit! as a *al e added ser*ice.
,1< ;C000 ; A000; 1 +a e (T aspe%ts (Sta2e 2>3) C-4 -R on Bxtended ,<S *edi" pl"ne sec%rity fe"t%res "nd -C4 rel"ted NAtr"$ers"l s%pport0 ,<S &.24C profiles "spects C-4 p"rt ',B-F) C-4 p"rt C-1 p"rt ',B-F) C-1 p"rt C-( p"rt :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 44N C0N G0perli#' C4-1(0;81 C4-1(0;81 +otes C4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 TSBTR St" e 2J( new -R 28.C2C

;C000 A A2100 1 ;C000 1 A2100 2 ;C000 C

1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 0;J0(J201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4

0N ;0N 100N ;0N 0N

C4-1(0;81 C4-1(0;81 C4-1(0;81 C4-1(0;81 C4-1(0;81

C4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 Not co*pleted internetdr"ft C4EA( co*pleted Not co*pleted internetdr"ft C4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14

2(.((4! 28.((4! 28.2(C! 2(.(((! 28.((( dr"ft-ietf-**%sic%dptl-dtls 2(.21C! 24.141! 24.228! 24.241 dr"ft-ietf-**%sic%dptl-dtls 28.1A2

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, "usti#ication T%e 3;PP media sec rit! specifications toda! are foc sed on RTP media onl!. ,t%er media, s c% as 7SRP (ased messa&in& or file transfer are not addressed, makin& t%e o*erall sec rit! for an I7S session incomplete. 8n%ancements to I7S media sec rit! in TS 33.32" pro*ide media sec rit! in t%e followin& scenariosI I7S 7essa&in&, and in partic lar 7SRP@T$P (ased media, I7S $onferencin&, $omm nications di*ersion, T.3" fa< o*er 51PT.@51P transport. It can also (e noted t%at ot%er or&aniAations adoptin& and profilin& t%e 3;PP I7S specifications %a*e s%own a &reat need to ens re t%at media sec rit! can (e pro*ided for *ario s call cases and media. T%ere is a need to ens re t%at 3;PP %a*e a clear profile standardiAed for T.S (ased media s c% t%at ot%er &ro ps can se t%ese and a*oid t%at a fra&mentation occ rs in t%e ind str! aro nd I7S (ased media sec rit!. $!%ective: 1. 2. 3. #. 9. Sta&e 2@3 re' ired to implement t%e new sta&e 2 in TS 33.32" on e<tended I7S media plane sec rit!I

Pro*ide end+to access ed&e protection of session (ased messa&in& 27SRP4 traffic sin& T.S and certificates fin&erprints e<c%an&ed o*er S1PU Pro*ide end+to+end protection of session (ased messa&in& 27SRP4 traffic sin& T.SU Pro*ide end+to access ed&e protection of =F$P (ased traffic, sin& T.S and certificates fin&erprints e<c%an&ed o*er S1PU Pro*ide optional s pport of T.S protection of =F$P and 7SRP (ased traffic at t%e $onference Ser*erU Pro*ide end+to access ed&e protection of T.3" fa< sin& 1T.S.

To accomplis% t%is work, $T1, $T3 and $T# will proceed as followsI $T1 to pdateI o t%e I7S Re&istration proced re to si&nal t%e capa(ilit! to s pport e2ae sec rit! for 7SRP@=F$P@T.3" fa< (etween t%e 58 and t%e I7S $ore -etworkU o I7S Si&nallin&@S1P to indicate se of sec rit! for 7SRP@=F$P@T.3" fa<U o I7S Si&nallin&@S1P to transfer certificates fin&erprints for end+to access ed&e protection. $T# to pdateI o I' sta&e 2@sta&e 3 to specif! s pport of 214T.S (ased media plane sec rit! and to descri(e %ow t%e I7S+).; confi& res t%e I7S+);W to ori&inate@terminate 214T.S (ased media, and %ow to transfer t%e 214T.S cr!pto&rap%ic conte<ts (etween t%e I7S+).; and I7S+);WU o I' sta&e 2 and 2possi(l!4 sta&e 3 to specif! %ow t%e I7S+).; confi& res t%e I7S+);W to pass T.S protected media wit%o t decr!ptionU

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

7p sta&e 2@sta&e 3 to s pport T.S (ased media plane sec rit! for conferencin& and messa&in& and to descri(e %ow t%e 7RF$ confi& res t%e 7RFP to ori&inate@terminate T.S (ased media, and %ow to transfer t%e T.S cr!pto&rap%ic conte<ts (etween t%e 7RF$ and 7RFPU o 2possi(l!4 I< sta&e 3 to specif! %ow t%e I=$F confi& res t%e Tr;W to pass T.S protected media wit%o t decr!ption. $T3 to pdateI o I< sta&e 2 to specif! %ow t%e I=$F confi& res t%e Tr;W to pass T.S protected media wit%o t decr!ption. o

$oordination wit% IT5+T S;16 s%o ld also (e so &%t for t%e C.2#" e<tensions to s pport 214T.S media sec rit! in IP networks. T%e work will incl de a st d! p%ase on t%e I7S C.2#" profiles aspects of 8<tended I7S media plane sec rit! feat res. T%e st d! will also anal!se re' irements and proced res for T$P (earer control and related -)T tra*ersal s pport w%ic% are not specific to media sec rit!U t%is ma! res lt in normati*e work *ia anot%er work item. It %as (een a&reed t%at $T# wo ld sc%ed le t%e disc ssions so as to allow participation from $T3.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;100( 2

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: PI1S 2-.4, )lcatel+. cent, =T, 8ricsson, 7inistr! of 8conomics and Tec%nolo&! 2184, Ro&ers, -ational Tec%nical )ssistance $entre 25B4, 7inistere de lPeconomie des finances et de lPind strie 2FR4, )TET, >odafone, Federal ,ffice for t%e Protection of t%e $onstit tion 2184, Tec%nical Pro&ram Section 25S)4, -S-, =lack=err!
Relate" Stu"0 1te s ,1< Title 41002 St%dy on Altern"ti$es to B.1A4 for <"c#ine--ype Co**%nic"tions 'FS9A<-C) 0 ;(00; St%dy on <o+ile Rel"y for B-=-RA 'FS96-B9*o+Rel"y) 4 ;100( St%dy on Sec%rity Ass%r"nce <et#odolo y for (I44 Networ3 Ble*ents 'FS9SBCA<) ; ;A00( St%dy on ,4 Flow <o+ility s%pport for S2" "nd S2+ ,nterf"ces 'FS9N.,F5<) 8 41004 St%dy on <%lti Access 4@N connecti$ity "nd ,4 flow <o+ility 'FS9<A4,<) ( ;A00( St%dy on 5pti*ized 5fflo"din to 26AN in (I44-RA- *o+ility 'FS925R<) 1 ;100A St%dy on S2" <o+ility +"sed on I-4 "nd 26AN "ccess to B4C 'FS9S"<5I) 1 4800( St%dy on ,<S +"sed 4eer-to-4eer Content @istri+%tion Ser$ices 'FS9,<S-4249C@S) 4 ;000( St%dy on Contin%ity of @"t" Sessions to 6oc"l Networ3s 'FS9CSN) ; 4C00( St%dy on en#"nce*ents for <"c#ine--ype Co**%nic"tions 'FS9<-Ce) 2 ;800( St%dy on RAN "spects of <"c#ine--ype "nd ot#er *o+ile d"t" "pplic"tioRns Co**%niction 2 en#"nce*ents 'FS9<-Ce9RAN) ;(004 St%dy on 4roxi*ity-+"sed Ser$ices 'FS94roSe) 4 ;C00( St%dy on 6-B @e$ice to @e$ice 4roxi*ity Ser$ices 'FS96-B9@2@94rox) C Relatio#s4ip

5%tco*e *"y res%lt in 6, fe"t%re c#"n es or "dditions +ein re/%ired

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

Relate" :eatures ,1< Title 4800( S,4-5 Ser$ice Contin%ity of ,4 @"t" Session 'S,4-59SC) 0 ;2002 ,<S Networ3-,ndependent 4%+lic =ser ,dentities ',N,4=,) 1 ;1002 F%rt#er en#"nce*ents to &'e)N. *o+ility O 4"rt ( 'B&N.9en#() 1 ;1000 ,nterwor3in +etween " 46<N wit# 26AN to "ccess t#e B4C "nd " 4@N 'SABS926AN9B4C9intw3) C ;A00( Bxtended ,<S *edi" pl"ne sec%rity fe"t%res 'St" e 2) 'e<B@,ASBC) 0 ;200( Sec%rity en#"nce*ents for %s" e of Ieneric .ootstr"ppin Arc#itect%re 'I.A) fro* t#e +rowser '2e+9I.A) 1 ;A002 26AN Networ3 Selection for (I44 :-er*in"ls '26AN-NS) A ;A002 ,<S .%siness -r%n3in for ,4-4.> in St"tic <ode of 5per"tion '.%s-,) ; ;A002 <"c#ine--ype "nd ot#er *o+ile d"t" "pplic"tions Co**%nic"tions en#"nce*ents '<-Ce) 2 ;2002 S#ort <ess" e Ser$ice 'S<S) s%+*it "nd deli$ery wit#o%t <S,S@N in ,<S 'S<S<,) 8 ;0002 6,4A <o+ility "nd S,4-5 "t t#e 6oc"l Networ3 '6,<5NB-) C ;1002 ,<S "ccess $i" @i it"l :ideo .ro"dc"st O Ret%rn C#"nnel $i" S"tellite ',<SS"t) 1 ;A001 Bplicit Co**%nic"tion -r"nsfer .lind 'BC- .lind) ser$ice inter"ctions 'BC-.) 8 ;(004 ,<S-+"sed -elepresence ',<S9-B6B4) 2 ;C00; 4roxi*ity-+"sed Ser$ices '4roSe) 8 ;A002 Iro%p Co**%nic"tion Syste* Bn"+lers for 6-B 'ICSB96-B) 0 ;C00A <o+ile stereoscopic (@ ser$ices extensions '<(@C9Bxt) ; ;C00A ,<S-+"sed Stre"*in "nd @ownlo"d @eli$ery Bn#"nce*ents ',<S9S@B) A ;C00A 6"n %" e "nd <od"lity ,nfor*"tion for co**%nic"tions '6"n ,nfo) 1 ;C00A Se/%enti"l Flexi+le Alertin 'SBD9FA) 0 ;C00A 2e+ Re"l -i*e Co**%nic"tion '2e+R-C) Access to ,<S ',<S92e+R-C) 2 ;C002 ,<-SSF Applic"tion Ser$er Ser$ice @"t" @escriptions ',<S9SSF@@) 0 ;C001 St" e-( SAB 4rotocol @e$elop*ent 'SABS(! SABS(-CSF.! SABS(-non(I44) A ;C001 Sin le R"dio :oice C"ll Contin%ity 'SR:CC) +efore rin in '+SR:CC) 2 ;8004 <.<S ,*pro$e*ents '<,) ( ;8004 Bnd-to-end <-S, extensions 'B2B<-S,) 4 ;8001 @%"l R"dio :CC en#"nce*ents 'e@R:CC) 4 ;C001 ,<S St" e-( ,B-F 4rotocol Ali n*ent ',<S4rotocA) ( A0011 &N. 4ositionin for =-RA'=-RA9&N.94os) 1 A1000 S%pport of R-4JR-C4 tr"nsport *%ltiplexin 'si n"llin ) in ,<S 'R-C4-<=>) ; A1004 Networ3-pro$ided 6oc"tion infor*"tion for ,<S -r%sted 26AN Access Networ3 '-2AN) c"se 0 'NB-65C9-2AN)

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5%tco*e *"y res%lt in 6, fe"t%re c#"n es or "dditions +ein re/%ired

"usti#ication : S)3+.I st d! all Rel+12 rele*ant f nctions and ser*ices to f lfil t%e national re' irements on interception. .I considerations are necessar! at least for followin& topicsI I7S 7edia sec rit! 7T$ 2.ocal $all .ocal Switc%4 I7S 8n%ancements 8PS 8n%ancements

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

8n%anced .ocation Reportin& C2e4-= also wit% .ocal IP )ccess and Selected IP Traffic ,ffload 7o(ile $lo d -etwork Cardenin& @ $ommon $riteria ;=) for we( Ser*ices 8n%ancements to s pport ;S7) >o.T8 profiles 7 lti+media messa&in& ser*ices foc ssin& on ;S7) R$S and R$Se ser*ices

$!%ective: to pdate .Is for t%e latest Rel+12 arc%itect re and ser*ices as descri(ed a(o*e. T%e en%ancements tos TS 33.166, TS 33.167 and TS 33.16" addresses t%e additional work to specif! .I Ser*ice Re' irements, .I )rc%itect re, .I f nctions and t%e CI2 2Intercepted Related Information4 and t%e CI3 2$ontent4 interfaces to deli*er! to t%e .aw 8nforcement 7onitorin& Facilities for 3;PP networks for Rel+12. Service Aspects: S)3+.I will consider (ot% traditional &eneric arc%itect re (ased and ser*ice specific (ased interception in order to meet 3;PP .I re' irements. Cowe*er, S)3+.I %a*e not specificall! identified an! impacts to 3;PP ser*ices at t%is time. Security Aspects: S)3+.I ma! re' ire normati*e standardisation in S)3 sec rit! standards 2e.&. I7S media sec rit!4 to pro*ide nderl!in& sec rit! feat res to s pport .I capa(ilities specified (! S)3+.I.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;C01A 4 A000; 0

-%nnellin of =B Ser$ices o$er Restricti$e Access Networ3s '-=RAN) =,@9;C00A4


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:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 80N 10N G0perli#' S4-1(024; C4-1(011A +otes S4EA2 co*pletion 12J1(FG0AJ14 C4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 TSBTR ((.20(! ((.402 24.228! 24.(02! new -S 24.(22 +a e S!3 Sta2e 2>3 (T1 Sta2e 3

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )cme Packet, C awei, >odafone, -S-, $%ina 7o(ile, 8ricsson, CiSilicon "usti#ication : T%e I7S ser*ice re' irements 2TS 22.22"4 %a*e (een e<tended to co*er new re' irements for I7S firewall tra*ersal. T%e 8*ol*ed Packet S!stem ser*ice re' irements 2TS 22.27"4 %a*e (een e<tended to ena(le ser access to P.7- IP (ased ser*ices from o tside of t%e P.7-Ps domain *ia non+3;PP access tec%nolo&ies nder conditions w%ere t%ere are IP traffic+flow restrictions 2e.&. allow onl! CTTP traffic4. TR 33."36 2Feasi(ilit! st d! on Firewall Tra*ersal4 disc sses t%e iss es to (e resol*ed to meet t%ese re' irements. In addition to definin& new sec rit! and f nctional re' irements firewall tra*ersal, TR 33."36 also st dies e<istin& 3;PP mec%anisms and disc sses t%e limitations of t%ese mec%anisms to allow I7S and P.7- IP (ased traffic to tra*erse restricti*e access networks. TR 33."36 also disc sses se*eral new candidate sol tions for sol*in& t%e iss e of tra*ersal of I7S and P.7- IP (ased traffic o*er restricti*e access networks. $!%ective: pro*ide sta&e+2 to meet t%e ser*ice re' irements for firewall tra*ersal in TS 22.22" and TS 22.27". For t%e I7S case 2TS 22.22"4, it s%all (e possi(le for a t nnellin& sol tion to f lfill t%e followin& re' irements, nless t%e! lead to nnecessar! comple<it! on I7S 58.
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transparenc! to t%e I7S core network no need for an additional interface to t%e CSS.
+a e (T1 Sta2e 3 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 10N G0perli#' C4-1(011A +otes -S 24.(22 $200 for Appro$"l. TSBTR 24.228! 24.(02! new -S 24.(22

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, >odafone, ,racle, $%ina 7o(ile, -S-, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson "usti#ication: In order to o*ercome limitations of e<istin& mec%anisms to allow I7S and P.7- IP (ased traffic to tra*erse restricti*e access networks, S)3 %as defined new sec rit! and f nctional re' irements and arc%itect re of two sol tions for firewall tra*ersalI + + Solution &: for 58 access to P.7- IP+(ased ser*ices *ia restricti*e non+3;PP access networks 233.#62, anne< =4. Solution ': for 58 access to I7S ser*ices *ia restricti*e access networks 2TS 33.263, anne< W4I + Solution ')&: T nnelled Firewall Tra*ersal for I7S traffic + Solution ')': Re sin& I$8@T5R-@ST5- sol tion

$!%ective Solution &: to specif! protocol aspects for 58 access to P.7- IP+(ased ser*ices *ia restricti*e non+3;PP

access networks incl din&I + 7ana&ement of firewall tra*ersal t nnel (etween 58 and eP1; + Transport of IB8*2 messa&es and IPSec messa&es *ia t%e firewall tra*ersal t nnel + T%e firewall tra*ersal t nnel keep+ali*e proced re + )ssess impacts on an! applications sin& t%e firewall tra*ersal t nnel, e.&. I7S and make appropriated c%an&es
$!%ective Solution ': to specif! protocol aspects for 58 access to I7S ser*ices *ia restricti*e access networks incl din&I

Solution ')&: T nnelled Firewall Tra*ersal for I7S trafficI + 7ana&ement of firewall tra*ersal t nnel + Transport of IP packets *ia t%e firewall tra*ersal t nnel + Proced re for assi&nment of local IP address to t%e 58 + T%e firewall tra*ersal t nnel keep+ali*e proced re + Inte&ration wit% I7S Solution ')': Re sin& I$8@T5R-@ST5- sol tion + 5se of t%e SIP o*er T.S on port ##3 for t%e I7S si&nallin& firewall tra*ersal + 5se of t%e e<istin& ST5-@T5R-@I$8 mec%anism on t%e T.S wit% port ##3 or T$P wit% port "6 for t%e media plane firewall tra*ersal

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< A200A ;

Specific"tion of t#e -=A? Al orit#* Set 'S-AS) =,@9A200A;


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:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 80N G0perli#' S41(0A41 StatusBReport S4-1(0A;A +otes S4EA( t"r et not *et0 no re/%est for f%rt#er exception! <CC *o$ed co*pletion t"r et 0(J14FG0AJ14. S4EA2 exception to 0(J14 in S41(0A;A. -ri ered +y S4-1(0A02 6S fro* B-S, SAIB '-=A? "s "ltern"ti$e to <ilen" e) TSBTR new -Ss '(;.2(1! (;.2(2! (;.2(() +a e Spe%ifi%atio# of t4e T,!/ !l2orit4 Set

Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, )TET, =lack=err!, $%ina 7o(ile, ,ran&e, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 7orp%o $ards, -TT 1,$,7,, ,ran&e "usti#ication In 2612, S);8 anno nced its intention to de*elop a new 3; a t%entication and ke! a&reement al&orit%m, as an alternati*e to 7I.8-);8. T%is new al&orit%m, named T5)B, can (e sed (! an! operator for an! 5SI7 or ISI7. T%is pro*ides c%oice to operatorsU it also pro*ides resilience a&ainst f t re cr!ptanal!sis of eit%er al&orit%m. 8TSI S);8 %as completed t%e al&orit%m specification doc ment set w%ic% incl des t%e al&orit%m specification itself, t%e implementersP test data and t%e desi&n conformance test data $!%ectives: to deli*er t%e complete specification set for a second e<ample al&orit%m set for t%e 3;PP a t%entication and ke! &eneration f nctions as 3;PP Tec%nical Specifications w%ic% consists of t%ree deli*era(lesI )l&orit%m Specification ImplementersP Test 1ata 1esi&n $onformance Test 1ata

T5)B offers ke! siAes compati(le wit% t%e ones c rrentl! specified in t%e rele*ant 3;PP specifications. In addition T5)B also pro*ides &reater fle<i(ilit! in t%e c%oices of t%e ke! siAes for t%e parameters B, R8S, $B, , IB, 7)$+) and 7)$+S w%ic% &o (e!ond w%at t%e e<istin& 3;PP specifications s pport and t%erefore pro*ides t%e option for 3;PP to s pport t%em in t%e f t re s%o ld it (e re' ested (! t%e market. Cowe*er, t%is partic lar WI1 limits itself to t%e siAes of t%e parameters B, R8S, $B, IB, 7)$+) and 7)$+S, c rrentl! allowed in 3;PP specifications so t%at t%ere is no need to impact t%e c rrent 3;PP specifications, in partic lar not t%e c%aracteristics of t%e 5SI7 application 23;PP TS 31.1624 and t%e c rrent 3; and #; sec rit! arc%itect re 2in partic lar 3;PP TS 33.162 and 3;PP TS 33.#614.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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,1< 4100( 0 ;A004 0 ;100( ( ;C00A ; ;C00A A ;C00A 1 ;8004 ( ;8004 4 A200A A

SA4 Fe"t%res
+a e (o"e% for *#4a#%e" Voi%e Servi%es (oor"i#atio# of Vi"eo Orie#tatio# Gi24 *ffi%ie#%0 Vi"eo (o"i#2 -o3ile stereos%opi% 3< servi%es eDte#sio#s 1-S-3ase" Strea i#2 a#" <ow#loa" <eliver0 *#4a#%e e#ts !%ousti% ReFuire e#ts a#" Test spee%4 servi%es over CT* -E-S 1 prove e#ts et4o"s for 1-S-3ase" %o#versatio#al !%ro#0 B:S9codec C:5 &B:C <(@:9Bxt ,<S9S@B AR-96-B <, B2B<-S, :CB,<4 Resour%e S4!S1 S4!C4!C1!C( S4!,B-F S4 S4 S4 S4 S4!C(!C1!C4 S4 rapporteur &%"wei Bricsson D%"lco** &%"wei ,ntel D%"lco** Bricsson Bricsson Bricsson

*#"-to-*#" -ulti e"ia Telep4o#0 Servi%e for 1-S (-TS1) eDte#sio#s Vi"eo (o"i#2 *#4a#%e e#ts i# 1-S -essa2i#2 a#" Prese#%e

1.1
Resources:
,1< 4100( 1 4100( 2

Codec for Bn#"nced :oice Ser$ices 'B:S9codec) =,@94100(0


S#,S1
:i#is4 2;J0(J201 0 11J08J201 4 (o p 100N C0N G0perli#' S4140001 S41401;1 +otes S4E41 co*pleted S4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ S4-100202FGS41401;1 '"dded new -SE) S4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ S4-100202FGS41401;1 '"dded new -RE) TSBTR 22.11( 2A.114! New -S '2A.441! 2A.442! 2A.44(! 2A.444! 2A.44;! 2A.44A! 2A.441! 2A.44C! 2A.448! 2A.4;0! 2A.4;1) New -R 2A.8;2 +a e Sta2e 1 Sta2e 2>3

4101( 2

TR o# Perfor a#%e %4ara%teri=atio# of (o"e% for *#4a#%e" Voi%e Servi%es

12J12J201 4

C0N

S41401;1

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, ? alcomm, 8ricsson, ,ran&e, Telecom Italia, -okia, >oice)&e, Son! 7o(ile $omm nications, 8ricsson 7o(ile, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 7otorola, ST+8ricsson, .; 8lectronics, Sams n&, Panasonic, 8TRI, Fra n%ofer IIS. Tri&&ered (! 5I133766#9 St d! on en%anced *oice ser*ice re' irements for 8PS 2TR 22."134 1e*elop 8>S codec for 8PS (ased on TR 22."13 recommendations. Tri&&ered (! 5I133766#9 St d! on en%anced *oice ser*ice re' irements for 8PS 2TR 22."134 "usti#ication Wit% t%e ad*ent of increasin&l! compact !et powerf l mo(ile de*ices and t%e proliferation of %i&%+speed wireless access to telecomm nications networks aro nd t%e &lo(e, sers of mo(ile de*ices e<pect and demand &rowin& sop%istication in t%e comm nication ser*ices (ein& offered. 7 lti+modal interfaces s pportin& ric% m ltimedia ser*ices for content and con*ersation are commonplace on t%e desktop, wit% demand for smart mo(ile de*ices wit% similar f nctionalit! steadil! &rowin&. T%e identification of t%is potential was t%e (ack&ro nd for 3;PP to la nc% a st d! in*esti&atin& and definin& t%e se cases and re' irements for an 8n%anced >oice Ser*ice in t%e 8*ol*ed Packet S!stem leadin& to TR 22."13. T%e TR defines a new set of %i&%+le*el tec%nical recommendations and recommended re' irements for a new codec for t%e 8n%anced >oice Ser*ice and concl des t%at s (stantiall! en%anced *oice ser*ices will (ecome possi(le wit% a codec meetin& t%em. T%e TR recommends startin& an 8>S codec de*elopment work item wit% t%e tar&et to meet t%e re' irements and recommendations set in it.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

$!%ectiveI to de*elop a codec s ita(le for t%e 8n%anced >oice Ser*ice in t%e 8PS. T%e followin& o(Fecti*es s%o ld (e ac%ie*ed wit% t%e new codecI 8n%anced ' alit! and codin& efficienc! for narrow(and 2-=4 and wide(and 2W=4 speec% ser*ices, leadin& to impro*ed ser e<perience and s!stem efficienc!. T%is s%o ld also (e ac%ie*ed in interoperation wit% pre+Rel+ 16 s!stems and ser*ices emplo!in& W= *oice. 8n%anced ' alit! (! t%e introd ction of s per+wide(and 2SW=4 speec%, leadin& to impro*ed ser e<perience. 8n%anced ' alit! for mi<ed content and m sic in con*ersational applications 2for e<ample, in+call m sic4, leadin& to impro*ed ser e<perience for cases w%en selection of dedicated 3;PP a dio codecs is not possi(le. Ro( stness to packet loss and dela! Fitter, leadin& to optimiAed (e%a*io r in IP application en*ironments like 7TSI wit%in t%e 8PS.

=ackward interopera(ilit! to t%e 3;PP )7R+W= codec (! %a*in& some W= 8>S modes s pportin& t%e )7R+W= codec format sed t%ro &%o t 3;PP con*ersational speec% telep%on! ser*ice 2incl din& $S4. T%e )7R+W= interopera(le operation modes of t%e 8>S codec ma! (e eit%er identical to t%ose in t%e )7R+W= codec or different ( t (itstream interopera(le wit% t%em. T%ese o(Fecti*es s%all (e ac%ie*ed w%ile meetin& all desi&n constraints and performance re' irements set fort% in TR 22."13. It is f rt%er desira(le t%at t%e codec f lfils needs for en%anced *oice ser*ices in ot%er 3;PP s!stems, s c% as $S. T%e de*elopments nder t%is work item s%o ld lead to a set of news definin& amon& ot%ers te<t al description of t%e codin& al&orit%m and t%e >)1@1T:@$-; sc%eme. Followin& 3;PP practice, fi<ed+point and floatin&+point $ code and associated test *ectors s%o ld also (e part of t%is set ofs. T%e incl ded )7R+W= interopera(le codin& format ma! (ecome an alternati*e implementation for )7R+W= operation, pro*ided t%at t%e en%ancements are consistentl! si&nificant. Ritter ( ffer mana&ement and packet loss concealment s%o ld (e specified as part of t%e set of 8>Ss. T%e 8>S Ser*ice Re' irements will (e defined (! S)1 into TS 22.173 MIP 7 ltimedia $ore -etwork S (s!stem 2I7S4 7 ltimedia Telep%on! Ser*ice and s pplementar! ser*icesU Sta&e 1M sin& t%e 8>S Ser*ice Re' irements identified in TR 22."13. Potential arc%itect ral impacts t%ro &% t%e introd ction of t%e 8>S codec into 3;PP s!stems will (e addressed (! in*ol*in& and liaisin& wit% t%e responsi(le 3;PP workin& &ro ps s c% as S)2. -,T8I It is en*isioned t%at s (se' ent work o tside t%is work item will address s ita(le aco stic re' irements, considerin& t%e e<tended a dio (andwidt% (e!ond wide(and t%at c rrentl! standardiAed test e' ipment does not s pport.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

1.2
Resources:
,1< ;A0140 A0000A

Coordin"tion of :ideo 5rient"tion 'C:5) =,@9;A0040


S#,$#,$1,$3
+a e S!4 part (T aspe%ts Resour%e S4 C4!C1!C( G0perli#' S4-12022C C4-1(0(8( +otes S4E;8 co*pleted. C4EA2 co*pleted TSBTR 2A.114! 2A.141! 2A.2(4! 2A.(4A St" e 2J(

Resol*e (ackward compati(le *ideo orientation mis+ali&nment in 7TSI real+time *ideo comm nication *ia interaction (etween 7TSI *ideo clients at call set p E d rin& mid+call of t%e *ideo orientation for correct local renderin& Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, >eriAon Wireless, Real-etworks, Sams n&, C awei, ,ran&e, CiSilicon, Interdi&ital $omm nications, =lack=err! "usti#ication Wit% t%e introd ction of &ra*it! sensors in recent mo(ile de*ices, t%e displa! content can commonl! (e rotated to (e ali&ned wit% t%e de*ice orientation. W%en t%e mo(ile de*ice sed for real+time *ideo comm nication %as one or more inte&rated cameras, sed to capt re, compress and transmit ima&es, t%e orientation of t%e transmitted ima&e will nder certain conditions not ali&n correctl! wit% t%e recei*in& de*ice displa!. T%is can occ r at session set p and d rin& t%e session. For e<ample, a de*ice ma! (e sendin& *ideo of landscape format 2widt% Y %ei&%t4 to anot%er de*ice w%ose displa! was rotated to a portrait format 2widt% Z %ei&%t4. T%is t!picall! %appens w%en t%e sendin& de*icePs camera does not encode t%e capt red ima&ePs widt% and %ei&%t in accordance wit% a &ra*it! sensor, and w%en t%e recei*in& de*ice displa! does se a &ra*it! sensor to adapt displa! contents, or *ice *ersa 2camera ses a &ra*it! sensor ( t t%e displa! does not4. -ote t%at t%e pro(lem on t%e sender side is %idden w%en t%e de*ice orientation %appens to ali&n wit% t%e camera sensor orientation. Se*eral e<amples of s c% mis+ali&nments are detailed in Tdocs S#+1266"# and S#+12671". ) standardiAed sol tion to t%is mis+ali&nment pro(lem is r&entl! re' ired (! t%e ind str! to ens re proper operation of 7TSI *ideo (etween de*ices of *ario s s%apes and displa! resol tions. ) sol tion is in partic lar re' ired for ;S7) IR.7#, IR."# and IR.0# profiles. -o impact is e<pected in ser*ice re' irements or arc%itect re. $!%ective: To resol*e t%e *ideo orientation mis+ali&nment iss es e<perienced in 7TSI real+time *ideo comm nication *ia interaction (etween 7TSI *ideo clients at (ot% call set p and d rin& mid+call of t%e *ideo orientation for correct local renderin&. T%e sol tion s%o ld (e (ackward compati(le. 5sef l sol tions t%at are not onl! applica(le to 3;PP s%o ld (e taken to (e specified in I8TF. T%erefore in t%e co rse of t%is work TS; S) W;# s%o ld comm nicate wit% I8TF to &et & idance in w%at sol tion to prefer for d!namicall! c%an&in& ima&e and *ideo orientation d rin& an esta(lis%ed session. W%ile t%e main o(Fecti*e is foc sed on 7TSI, t%e sol tion s%o ld also (e applica(le to $SI 2$om(ination of $S and I7S ser*ices + TS 22.270 and TS 26.1#1, profiled in ;S7) IR.7# and IR."# 2R$S *ideo s%are44, RTP (ased PSS 2Packet Switc% Streamin& G TS 26.23#4 and 7=7S 27 ltimedia =roadcast@7 lticast Ser*ice G TS 26.3#64 for ser*ices w%ere t%e capt rin& de*ice ma! (e rotated. Service Aspects:
,1< A0010A A0020A A00(0A +a e C-4 p"rt C-1 p"rt C-( p"rt

7TSI is t%e main ser*ice tar&eted, ( t it s%o ld (e applica(le to $SI, PSS and 7=7S ser*ices.
Resour%e C4 C1 C( G0perli#' C4-1(0(8( C4-1(0(8( C4-1(0(8( +otes C4EA2 co*pleted C4EA2 co*pleted C4EA2 co*pleted TSBTR 2(.(((! 2(.((4! 28.2(C! 28.((2! 28.(((! 28.((4 24.228 28.1A2! 28.1A(

$omplete $>, s pport 2(ot%, (asic 2 (it orientation and additional option for e<tra 6 (it &ran larit!4 wit%in $protocols@proced res for I7S nodes, e.&. I7S ).;@);W,I=$F@Tr;W,7RF$@7RFP E add s pport of $>,+related S1P attri( tes to (e ne&otiated (! 58

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

1.(
Resources:
,1< ;101( ( ;102( ( A(100 2 ;102( (

&i # Bfficiency :ideo Codin '&B:C) =,@9;100((


S#,I8TF
:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p 80N 80N ;0N 80N G0perli#' S41(0;A8 S41(0;A8 S41(0;A8 S41(0;A8 +otes S4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 S4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 Not co*pleted internet-dr"ft S4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 TSBTR New -R 2A.80A 2A.114! 2A.140! 2A.141! 2A.2(4! 2A.244! 2A.241! 2A.(4A dr"ft-ietf-p"ylo"d-rtp#2A; 2A.114! 2A.140! 2A.141! 2A.2(4! 2A.244! 2A.241! 2A.(4A +a e TR o# *valuatio# of G*V( Gi24 *ffi%ie#%0 Vi"eo (o"i#2 i# 3GPP servi%es PSS? -E-S? <!SG? --S? -TS1 (1*T:) Gi24 *ffi%ie#%0 Vi"eo (o"i#2 Gi24 *ffi%ie#%0 Vi"eo (o"i#2 i# 3GPP servi%es PSS? -E-S? <!SG? --S? -TS1

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, -TT 1,$,7,, -okia , 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, $isco S!stems =el&i m, Fra n%ofer IIS, Inter1i&ital, ,ran&e, -omor Researc%, >eriAon , 1e tsc%e Telekom, C awei, CiSilicon. Specif! t%e s pport of C8>$ in 3;PP ser*ices 2PSS, 1)SC, 7TSI, 77S, 7=7S, I7S 7essa&in& and Presence4 "usti#ication T%e rapid increase in t%e cons mption of *ideo data o*er t%e Internet and wireless networks %as &reatl! impacted operatorsP plans for p&radin& t%eir wireless networks and ser*ices, as well as seekin& (etter *ideo compression tec%ni' es to ena(le more efficient se of t%eir network capacit!. )t t%e same time, end serPs e<pectation of *ideo ' alit! is increasin&l! %i&% as more %i&% definition displa!s and content are (ecomin& widel! a*aila(le. T%e ne<t+&eneration *ideo codin& standard, Ci&% 8fficienc! >ideo $odin& 2C8>$4, is (ein& de*eloped (! t%e Roint $olla(oration Team on >ideo $odin& 2R$T+>$4 of IS,@I8$ S$20 W;11 27P8;4 and IT5+T S;16 ?6 2>$8;4. T%e fort%comin& standard %as reac%ed its 1raft International Standard 21IS4 stat s after t%e 16t% R$T+>$ meetin& in R l! 2612, w%ic% means t%at t%e desi&n is tec%nicall! sta(le. T%e standard is to (e finaliAed in Ran ar! 2613. S (Fecti*e ' alit! comparison (etween t%e c rrent C8>$ and C.26#@)>$ was formall! cond cted (etween t%e 7t% and "t% R$T+ >$ meetin&s. T%e reported res lts in R$T>$+C6622 2a*aila(le at %ttpI@@p%eni<.int+ e*r!.fr@Fct@doc3end3 ser@doc ments@"3SanQ26Rose@w&11@R$T>$+C6622+*#.Aip4 s%owed t%at C8>$ can ac%ie*e similar s (Fecti*e ' alit! wit% an a*era&e rate of red ction of 67Q for 16"6p se' ences, #0Q for W>;) se' ences, and 9"Q o*erall, relati*e to a similarl!+confi& red C.26#@)>$ encoder. S pport of C8>$ in 3;PP m ltimedia ser*ices wo ld also need referencin& of t%e C8>$ file format and C8>$ RTP pa!load format. T%e C8>$ file format is (ein& de*eloped (! 7P8; w%ere t%e $ommittee 1raft te<t %as (een &enerated at t%e 166t% 7P8; meetin& in )pril 2612. T%e C8>$ RTP pa!load format is (ein& de*eloped (! I8TF w%ere t%e first draft %as (ecome a*aila(le in Fe(r ar! 2612. S pport of C8>$ in 3;PP m ltimedia ser*ices wo ld (e a (andwidt%+efficient wa! to accommodate t%e re' irements of en%anced *ideo ' alit! from (ot% end sers and operators. -o impact is e<pected in ser*ice re' irements or arc%itect re. $!%ective: to specif! t%e s pport of C8>$ in 3;PP ser*ices 2PSS, 1)SC, 7TSI, 77S, and 7=7S, and I7S 7essa&in& and Presence. T%is incl desI e*al ation of C8>$ for eac% of t%e 3;PP ser*ices, incl din& re' irements collection and comple<it! anal!sis, st d!in& t%e performance difference (etween C8>$ and C.26#@)>$, st d!in& t%e trade+off (etween impro*in& performance, and increasin& potential fra&mentation w%en introd cin& anot%er codec, performin& a &ap anal!sis, selection, if needed, of appropriate profile2s4 and le*el2s4, possi(l! f rt%er constrainin& t%e selected profile2s4 and le*el2s4, si&nallin&, file format and RTP pa!load format s pport, as needed, st d!in& le&ac! and (ackward+compati(ilit! aspects.

T%e e*al ation and concl sions for t%e proposed impro*ements will (e doc mented in a TR. $oncl sions will (e doc mented separatel! for eac% ser*ice. -ormati*e work will (e prod ced (ased on t%e rele*ant concl sions in t%e TR for eac% of t%e 3;PP ser*ices.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

Service Aspects: T%e pdates of t%e 3;PPs will ena(le s pport for C8>$ *ideo in selected 3;PP m ltimedia ser*ices. T%e work ma! impact PSS, 1)SC, 7TSI, 77S, and 7=7S, and I7S 7essa&in& and Presence ser*ices or a s (set of t%em.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

1.4
Resources:
,1< ;C00A;

<o+ile stereoscopic (@ ser$ices extensions '<(@:9Bxt) =,@9;C00A;


S#
G0perli#' S4-1201AC +otes S4EA1 co*pleted TSs 2A.114! 2A.24;! 2A.241! 2A.4(0 +a e -o3ile stereos%opi% 3< servi%es eDte#sio#s

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, $%ina 7o(ile, ,ran&e, $)TR Related to Rel+11 St d! ,n 7o(ile 31 >ideo $odin& 2FS3731>$4 TR 26.069 and Rel+11 7o(ile 31 >ideo $odin& 2731>$4
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title ;200( Rel-11 St%dy 5n <o+ile (@ :ideo Codin A 'FS9<(@:C) -R 2A.80;. ;A004 Rel-11 <o+ile (@ :ideo Codin '<(@:C) 1 +ature of relatio#s4ip -#e st%dy-ite* o+Recti$es were to collect (@ %se c"ses "nd identify t#e delt"s to existin -S to s%pport t#ese %se c"ses. Bxtends t#is Rel-11 wor3 on (@ $ideo for*"ts "nd i*pro$e (@ $ideo s%pport '2A.140! 2A.2(4! 2A.244! 2A.24;! 2A.241! 2A.(4A! 2A.4(0! 2A.80;).

"usti#ication 1 rin& Rel+11, a St d! Item on 7o(ile 31 >ideo $odin& %as collected a set of 31 se cases and pro*ided correspondin& tec%nical anal!sis and performance e*al ations. T%e prod ced TR 26.069 M7o(ile Stereoscopic 31 >ideoM recommended t%e incl sion of stereoscopic 31 *ideo into selected 3;PP ser*ices. In s pport of t%is, TR 26.069 identified t%e &aps in t%e rele*ant 3;PP specifications in order to s pport t%e prioritiAed 31 se cases. T%is St d! Item was followed (! a Work Item M7o(ile 31 >ideo $odin&M. $onse' entl! 3;PP Rel+11 incl des t%e s pport of stereoscopic 31 *ideo, t% s pro*idin& a maFor step towards 31 content for mo(ile sers. Cowe*er, not all se cases identified (! t%e St d! Item on 7o(ile 31 >ideo co ld (e addressed in Rel+11 Work Item. T%e scope of t%e Rel+11 Work Item was limited in order to pro*ide onl! t%e most r&ent re' ired s pport to introd ce t%e mo(ile stereoscopic 31 in 3;PP ser*ices. T%erefore, it wo ld (e (eneficial to address some of t%e se cases from Rel+11 St d! Item, w%ic% were not addressed in Rel+11, and w%ic% f rt%er impro*e t%e mo(ile stereoscopic 31 s pport in 3;PP ser*ices. -o impact is e<pected in ser*ice re' irements or arc%itect re. $!%ective: to pro*ide impro*ed s pport for mo(ile stereoscopic 31 *ideo in 3;PP specifications, namel! 1)SC, Timed Te<t, Timed ;rap%ics, and 7TSI. T%e o(Fecti*es areI S S S Introd ce s pport for timed te<t and timed &rap%ics for stereoscopic 31 *ideo. )ddress t%e impact of displa! c%aracteristics on t%e ' alit! of e<perience of t%e percei*ed 31 dept% in 1)SC ser*ices. If t%ere is interest for mo(ile stereoscopic 31 *ideo for 7TSI, t%en introd ce s pport of mo(ile stereoscopic 31 *ideo in t%e 7TSI ser*ice.

Service Aspects: T%e pdates of t%e 3;PP specifications will ena(le s pport for 31 Timed Te<t and ;rap%ics, ena(le s pport of 31 for 7TSI, and impro*e t%e 31 e<perience in 1)SC ser*ice. T%e work ma! impact 1)SC, Timed Te<t, Timed ;rap%ics and 7TSI specifications.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

1.;
Resources:
,1< ;C01A A ;C02A A

,<S-+"sed Stre"*in "nd @ownlo"d @eli$ery Bn#"nce*ents ',<S9S@B) =,@9;C00AA


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G0perli#' S41201A1 S41201A1 +otes S4EA( co*pleted. ,dentify %se c"ses "nd re/%ire*ents +"sed on Rel-10J11 4SS "nd <.<S f%nction"lity to +e "ddressed for ,<S-+"sed stre"*in "nd downlo"d en#"nce*ents S4EA( co*pleted. @e$elop proced%res tow"rds en"+lin t#e ,<S-+"sed extensions of t#e identified %se c"ses in -S 2A.2(1. Refine existin <.<S downlo"d proced%res to en"+le ,<S-+"sed <.<S file rep"ir wit# t#e %se of con$ention"l &--4 we+ ser$ers. TSBTR new -R 2A.C21 2A.2(1 +a e TR Spe%ifi%atio#

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Intel, =roadcom, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, $isco, $%ina 7o(ile, Interdi&ital, Panasonic. Pro*ide an e<tension of I7S (ased PSS and 7=7S ser ser*ices. "usti#ication Rel+16@11 work in S)# %as res lted in t%e adoption of se*eral new normati*e feat res aro nd se cases on streamin& and download deli*er! in S)# specifications 2in t%e non+I7S conte<t4. T%ese se cases incl de 2( t are not limited to4I 2i4 1eli*er! of 1)SC+formatted content o*er F.5T8+(ased 7=7S download deli*er!, 2ii4 7=7S file repair *ia CTTP+(ased con*entional we( ser*ers. T%e I7S+(ased e<tensions of t%ese se cases are of rele*ance for TS 26.237, as t%e! necessitate new si&nallin& proced res to (e defined. 7=7S download deli*er! is an attracti*e ser*ice alternati*e for offloadin& 3;P+1)SC (ased nicast download deli*er!. In t%is conte<t, t%e 1)SC se&ment format, alt%o &% mainl! intended for nicast transport wit% CTTP as specified in TS 26.2#7, ma! (e sed to deli*er content sin& 7=7S+(ased met%ods s c% as F.5T8. 3;PP Rel+16@11 work %as adopted normati*e feat res in TS 26.3#6 to ena(le and pro*ide en%anced s pport for t%is se case. Cence, it is desira(le to de*elop proced res for ena(lin& t%ese normati*e feat res in t%e conte<t of I7S+(ased PSS and 7=7S ser*ices defined in TS 26.237. 1 rin& Rel+11, an en%ancement feat re to t%e c rrent 7=7S file+repair ser*ice %as (een adopted in TS 26.3#6 t%at ena(les t%e se of con*entional CTTP we( ser*ers to %andle 7=7S file+repair re' ests. T%is approac% takes ad*anta&e of t%e e<istin&, scala(le, standardiAed and widel!+deplo!ed we(+(ased infrastr ct re for t%e repair ser*ice. T%e c rrent specification TS 26.237 on I7S+(ased PSS and 7=7S ser*ices ass mes t%at t%e 58 remains connected to t%e =7+S$ d rin& file repair and t%at =7+S$ %osts t%e file repair ser*ice. $onse' entl!, t%e e<istin& 7=7S download deli*er! proced res cannot (e applied for deli*erin& file repair ser*ice to t%e 58 sin& con*entional CTTP we( ser*ers in t%e conte<t of I7S+(ased PSS and 7=7S ser*ices. T%erefore, it is desira(le to refine t%e I7S+(ased si&nallin& proced res to s pport 7=7S file repair ser*ice o*er con*entional CTTP we( ser*ers. -o impact is e<pected in ser*ice re' irements or arc%itect re. $!%ective: Identif! se cases and re' irements (ased on Rel+16@11 f nctionalit! incl ded in t%e PSS and 7=7S specifications to (e addressed for I7S+(ased streamin& and download en%ancements, and doc ment t%e adopted se cases. 1e*elop proced res towards ena(lin& t%e I7S+(ased e<tensions of t%e identified se cases in TS 26.237 Refine e<istin& 7=7S download proced res to ena(le I7S+(ased 7=7S file repair wit% t%e se of con*entional CTTP we( ser*ers. T%is ma!, for e<ample, incl de definition of I7S proced res for o 7odified session initiation, file repair and reportin& for 7=7S download o 7odified session teardown for 7=7S download Service Aspects: Pro*ide an e<tension of I7S (ased PSS and 7=7S ser ser*ices.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, Son! 7o(ile, )TET, ,ran&e, Intel, Son! 8 rope, =roadcom, 1e tsc%e Telekom, C8)1 )co stics Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 Feat re $odec for 8n%anced >oice Ser*ices 28>S3codec4 5I13#76636. -eed for s per wide(and aco stic re' irements and test met%ods
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title 4100( Rel-12 Fe"t%re: 0 Codec for Bn#"nced :oice Ser$ices 'B:S9codec) +ature of relatio#s4ip -#e present de$elop*ent of t#is codec in (I44 SA 2I4 tri ers t#e need for s%per wide+"nd "co%stic re/%ire*ents "nd test *et#ods.

"usti#ication T%e c rrent 3;PP aco stic test specifications and performance re' irements onl! co*er ;S7 7S and 57TS 58s. Wit% t%e deplo!ment of I7S+(ased $on*ersational Speec% Ser*ices o*er .T8, 3;PP mem(er companies %a*e e<pressed t%e need to pdate t%e c rrent aco stic specifications to (e incl si*e of packet switc%ed comm nication s!stems. -o impact is e<pected in ser*ice re' irements or arc%itect re. $!%ective: to pdate t%e 3;PP TS 26.131 and TS 26.132 to s pport I7S+(ased $on*ersational Speec% Ser*ices o*er .T8. T%e work item is e<pected to (e incl si*e ofI 5pdate 26.131 and 26.132 scope descriptions to incl de 7TSI o*er .T8. 7ake e<istin& re' irements and test met%ods 2test set ps, etc4 applica(le for 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 2incl din& narrow(and and wide(and 3;PP codec operations4. )ddition of appropriate 58 dela! re' irements and test met%ods for -= and W= I7S+(ased $on*ersational Speec% Ser*ices o*er .T8 to 26.131 and 26.132. )ddition of s per wide(and and f ll (and 2SW= @ F=4 aco stic re' irements and test met%ods to 26.131 and 26.132. T%e work is or&aniAed in different ( ildin& (locks. T%e followin& = ildin& (locks are identifiedI ==1I )co stic Re' irements and Test met%ods for I7S+(ased con*ersational speec% ser*ices o*er .T8 + -arrow=and and Wide=and aspects 2)RT3.T8+-=W=4 ==2I )co stic Re' irements and Test met%ods for I7S+(ased con*ersational speec% ser*ices o*er .T8 + S per wide(and and f ll(and aspects 2)RT3.T8+S5P8R4 ==3I )co stic Re' irements and Test met%ods for I7S+(ased con*ersational speec% ser*ices o*er .T8 G 58 1ela! aspects 2)RT3.T8+5814
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"usti#ication 8<istin& 58 aco stic test specifications TS 26.131 and TS 26.132 do not co*er 7 ltimedia Telep%on! Ser*ice o*er I7S 27TSI4 o*er .T8 for speec%, as defined in TS 26.11#. $!%ective: to pdate 3;PP aco stic specifications to co*er 7TSI speec%+onl! ser*ices o*er .T8 for t%e c rrent narrow(and and wide(and parts. T%e o(Fecti*e is to pdate TS 26.131 and 26.132, specificall!I

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

5pdate t%e scope descriptions of TS 26.131 and 26.132 to incl de 7TSI o*er .T8 7ake e<istin& re' irements and test met%ods 2test set ps etc4 applica(le for 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8, for narrow(and and wide(and 3;PP codec operations, e<cl din& dela!.

58 dela! aspects for 7TSI o*er .T8 are co*ered in a separate ( ildin& (lock of t%e parent work item and are t% s o t of t%e scope of t%is ( ildin& (lock.
,1< ;C02A 1 +a e ,* <ela0 aspe%ts :i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p A0N G0perli#' S4-120110 +otes S4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 TSBTR 2A.1(1! 2A.1(2

"usti#ication 7o t% to ear dela! %as a si&nificant impact to t%e con*ersational e<perience as it %as (een descri(ed in e.&. IT5+T ;.11#. T%e a dio test specifications in TS 26.131 and TS 26.132 do not c rrentl! co*er dela! specifications for 58s operatin& in an 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 call scenario. In partic lar, t%e e<istin& 57TS 58 dela! specification and test met%od ma! not (e s ita(le or meanin&f l from t%e end ser perspecti*e for t%e specifics of a packet switc%ed comm nication s!stem t%at incl des, for instance, de+Fitter ( fferin& operation. W%ile indi*id al operators and *endors ma! specif! partic lar 58 dela! tar&ets, t%e lack of a 3;PP specification for ma<im m 58 dela! re' irements ma! lead to a poor con*ersational e<perience. In order to make a concl sion on settin& 58 dela!s, we need to consider all rele*ant elements and all connection scenarios w%ic% wo ld contri( te to t%e o*erall dela! and infl ence t%e speec% ' alit!. T%e process of determinin& t%e 58 dela! specification for 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 is e<pected to consider t%e followin& factorsI + + + 7o t% to ear dela! impact to t%e con*ersational e<perience T!pical network dela! scenarios for 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 ser*ices T!pical speec% capt re, send pat% speec% en%ancements, encodin&, transmission, reception 2de+ interlea*in&, c%annel decodin&, S15 siAe and ( ndlin&, etc4, decodin& 2incl din& de+Fitter ( fferin&4, recei*e pat% speec% en%ancements and renderin& dela!s in a 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 call $%annel *aria(ilit!, con&estion and t%e aco stic en*ironmental sit ation of t%e two 58s in a call.

$!%ective: to consider t%e factors descri(ed in t%e F stification section to esta(lis% a 58 dela! specification and test met%ods for 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 2F11 and T11 modes4 comm nication scenarios sin& )7R and )7R+ W= codecs. T%e followin& o tp ts are e<pectedI + ) test met%odolo&! to meas re t%e 58 dela! in *ario s 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 conditions t%at takes into acco nt t%e presence of packet arri*al time dela! *ariations. )dditionall!, it ma! also (e in*esti&ated %ow to test t%e performance of t%e 58 in t%e presence of Fitter from t%e end ser perspecti*e w%ic% is a tradeoff (etween speec% ' alit! 2packet losses, distortion..4 and ( fferin& dela! 2impactin& con*ersational interacti*it!4 ) specification for t%e 58 dela! for 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 calls, incl din& a re' irement on a ma<im m *al e to not e<ceed, a performance o(Fecti*e, and define t%eir applica(ilit! for t!pical 7TSI+(ased speec% o*er .T8 call scenarios. T%is specification co ld also incl de ' alit! metrics. It is en*isioned t%at informati*e 58 dela! anal!sis and considerations will (e capt red appropriatel! in TS 26.131 for f t re reference. )nal!sis of t%eoretical 58 dela! components 2e.&. Tproc, Tmar&in, etc.4 and w%ere possi(le, pro*ide an informational component interaction anal!sis )nal!sis of t!pical network dela!s and packet arri*al time dela! *ariations associated wit% 7TSI+ (ased speec% o*er .T8 ser*ices for different call confi& rations esta(lis%ed (! t%e P.7)n! tradeoffs (etween dela! and speec% processin& ) common nderstandin& wit% S)2 of w%ic% dela! components are attri( ta(le to t%e network and w%ic% are attri( ta(le to t%e 58

T%e followin& will (e considered as part of t%e process in prod cin& t%e o tp tsI + + + +

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)


S4-120112 2A.1(1! 2A.1(2

"usti#ication 8<istin& 58 aco stic test specifications TS 26.131 and TS 26.132 do not co*er 7 ltimedia Telep%on! Ser*ice for I7S 27TSI4 o*er .T8 for speec%, as defined in TS 26.11#, and are not !et prepared for s per wide(and operation 2SW=4 (ein& ena(led (! t%e 8>S codec, c rrentl! nder de*elopment in S) W;#. To ens re ade' ate ' alit! of ser*ice in &eneral and to prepare for t%e introd ction of t%e 8>S codec, t%ese test specifications need to (e pdated. )s a (aseline, it is important t%at a dio le*els 2(! means of lo dness ratin&s or similar4 are properl! planned (efore la nc%in& commercial prod cts wit% a f ndamentall! new con*ersational tec%nolo&!. It is also important t%at test cases ens re t%at t%e 58 aco stic desi&n s pports t%e a dio (andwidt% of interest. ,n top of t%is (aseline, it is desira(le to also specif! ot%er rele*ant parameters to ens re t%e ' alit! of ser*ice. $!%ective: to pdate 3;PP aco stic specifications to co*er 7TSI speec%+onl! ser*ices o*er .T8 for t%e e<tended a dio (andwidt% of t%e new 8>S codec, c rrentl! nder de*elopment in S)#. 5pdates are needed forI o o Re*iew present stat s for s per wide(and telep%onometr! 2aco stic test e' ipment c%allen&es s c% as %ead and torso desi&n incl din& artificial mo t% and artificial ears4 =ased on t%is stat s re*iew, add re' irements and test met%ods for s per wide(and speec%. T%e res lt will (e a (aseline of test cases to ser*e as a sta(le &ro nd for possi(le f rt%er refinements in later work item2s44 once t%e 8>S codec is a*aila(le. T%e followin& items are considered to %a*e top priorit! and can (e specified (efore t%e 8>S codec is a*aila(leI o ,*erall loss in terms of lo dness ratin&s or e' i*alent 2t%e optim m c%oices are in principal codec and operatin& point dependant ( t it is in an! case wise to form late re' irements earl! as t%is ma! impact inter+workin& wit% ot%er networks, transcodin& etc4 o Fre' enc! (alance @ ran&e @ directness to sec re t%e terminal renders t%e s per wide(and fre' enc! ran&e, rat%er t%an wide(and fre' enc! ran&e 2t%e traditional telecomm nication wa! is (! sensiti*it!@fre' enc! c%aracteristics response masks ( t a different approac% mi&%t (e p rs ed4. T%ere is also some dependenc! on t%e act al performance of t%e 8>S codec and refinements mi&%t (e needed at a later sta&e ( t (asic re' irements @ test met%ods s%o ld in an! case (e form lated at an earl! sta&e. T%e followin& items are considered wit%in t%is work item ( t are e<pected to reac% mat re stat s once t%e 8>S codec is read! and made a*aila(le for e*al ation. o o o o o o Idle c%annel noise 1istortion )co stic ec%o control Sendin& performance in t%e presence of am(ient noise 2%ere it s%o ld also (e considered t%at some 8>S operatin& modes will likel! (e close to transparent for almost an! si&nalU speec%, m sic, (ack&ro nd noise and t%is is a *er! different sit ation compared to low+(itrate *ocoders4 F ll(and re' irements and test met%ods. T%is is an optional mode of 8>S and it is t% s not known w%et%er 8>S will s pport it. Stereo re' irements and test met%ods. T%is is an optional mode of 8>S ( t stereo operation can in an! case (e realiAed sin& d al mono.

58 dela! aspects for 7TSI o*er .T8 are co*ered in a separate ( ildin& (lock of t%e parent work item and are t% s o t of t%e scope of t%is ( ildin& (lock.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, $isco, 8TRI, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, C awei, CiSilicon, 8<pwa! Work (ased on e<istin& Sta&e 2 TS 23.2#6 M7=7SU )rc%itect re and f nctional descriptionM. "usti#ication: 7=7S %as e*ol*ed si&nificantl! o*er t%e past t%ree 3;PP releases. T%e addition of %i&% ' alit! *ideo codec modes, t%e en%ancements to t%e file repair and reportin& proced res and most si&nificantl! t%e adoption of 1)SC o*er t%e download deli*er! met%od to pro*ide pse do+streamin& ser*ices %a*e %ad si&nificant impact on t%e specification. T%is WI is an m(rella to span t%e followin& ( ildin& (lock work items wit%in S)#I 7=7S operation on 1emand 27oo14 8n%anced 7=7S ,peration 287,4

-o impact is e<pected in ser*ice re' irements or arc%itect re.


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"usti#ication : 7=7S %as e*ol*ed si&nificantl! o*er t%e past t%ree 3;PP releases. T%e addition of %i&% ' alit! *ideo codec modes, t%e en%ancements to t%e file repair and reportin& proced res and most si&nificantl! t%e adoption of 1)SC o*er t%e download deli*er! met%od to pro*ide pse do+streamin& ser*ices %a*e %ad si&nificant impact on t%e specification. T%ere are se*eral areas identified in t%e 7=7S specification w%ic% warrant re*iew and pdate. 1atacastin& most commonl! refers to t%e transmission of relati*el! small ' antities of data t%at is eit%er a <iliar! to t%e main (roadcast or pop lates data into an o*erarc%in& application. Wit%in 7=7S, t%is ma! (e metadata s c% as t%e 5ser Ser*ice 1escription or of application data s c% as stock prices, traffic information or weat%er pdates. For applications s c% as 727 and (ack&ro nd data deli*er! to 58s, low power cons mption ma! (e a ke! re' irement. T%e o*er%ead of t%e 7=7S c%annel is of interest d e to %i&% spectr m costs and a desire to (e as efficient as possi(le wit% t%is *al a(le commodit!. >ario s met%ods for red cin& t%e o*er%ead ma! (e considered, incl din& ,(Fect ( ndlin& and F.5T8 o*er%ead. ,(Fect ( ndlin& for F8$ allows t%e principle of RTP stream ( ndlin& to (e e<tended to 1)SC o*er 7=7S. T%ere is an efficienc! (enefit in ( ndlin& m ltiple files prior to F8$ encodin& for 7=7S transmission. Red ction in t%e o*er%ead introd ced (! F.5T8 wo ld pro*ide o*er+t%e+air efficienc! (enefits. .i*e content %as f rt%er restrictions on it o*er and a(o*e t%ose of non+real time content, specificall! latenc!. 8n%ancements ma! (e made in t%ese areas of performance w%en sin& 7=7S to (e sed to transmit s c% content s c% as li*e 1)SC ser*ices and real+time non a dio+*is al content s c% as re*erse )R): and CT7.9 Ser*er 8*ents. 1)SC o*er 7=7S transport si&nallin& was addressed as part of t%e Release 11 S)# work item 877+118 %owe*er no concl sion was possi(le d rin& t%e release sc%ed le. T%is work item proposes to complete t%is work in order to ena(le contin o s pla!o t w%en switc%in& from 7=7S download to nicast deli*er!, and *ice *ersa, of 1)SC+ formatted content. $!%ective: to standardiAe t%e followin& aspects of 7=7S operationI Impro*e 7=7S ,T) efficienc! 2e.&. (! o(Fect ( ndlin&, red ction of F.5T8 o*er%ead, etc.4 Impro*e 7=7S for 1atacastin& 2e.&. for 727 applications, (ack&ro nd data deli*er! etc.4 Impro*e 7=7S for real+time content 2e.&. for (rowser applications, li*e streamin& of 1)SC content etc.4

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

;eneric Si&nallin& of 1)SC transport o*er =roadcast, 7 lticast and 5nicast 2e.&. for ena(lin& a sin&le 1)SC ser*ice to (e a*aila(le o*er 7=7S, 5nicast and Come ;W access, and ena(lin& an 7=7S ser*ice carr!in& 1)SC content and intended for %!(rid (roadcast@ nicast transport to (e iss ed in a sin&le 7P14

In all aspects, re se of e<istin& tec%nolo&! and (ackwards compati(ilit! s%all (e considered.


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"usti#ication: T%e c rrent mec%anism for pro*isionin& 7=7S is led (! t%e =7+S$ operator pro*isionin& a =7+S$ to inform 58s a(o t an pcomin& (roadcast. T%e 58s t%en se t%e =7+S$ pro*ided metadata to t ne into =7+S$ sc%ed led 7=7S transmissions. =! its anticipation of ser interest in &i*en e*ents or pro&rams, t%e 7=7S ser*ice pro*ider pro*isions t%e sc%ed led (roadcast deli*er! of t%e associated contents in t%at 7=7S ser*ice area. In t%is manner t%e 7=7S s!stem operation can ac%ie*e (andwidt% efficienc!. It is also desira(le t%at t%e 7=7S s!stem (e capa(le of deli*erin& content associated wit% a d!namic e*ent, s c% as a late+(reakin& news report on a terrorist attack or maFor cele(rit! e*ent, or t%e release of a podcast or firmware pdate. S c% e*ents are likel! to (e of %i&% interest to sers located wit%in a common &eo&rap%ical area, w%ic% wo ld t!picall! retrie*e t%e associated content o*er t%e nicast network. 1!namic e*ents are ne<pected, wit% t%e correspondin& %i&%+ *ol me demand for access not possi(le to anticipate in ad*ance. T%is work item proposes t%at conc rrent demand (! m ltiple sers for a ser*ice or content item for nicast deli*er! can (e detected (! a network operator, a&ainst a t%res%old (ased on operator polic!. T%is detection can (e sed to tri&&er pro*isionin& at a =7+S$ and set in motion t%e t!pical process for 7=7S ser*ice deli*er!. F rt%ermore, in t%e case of 7=SF- w%en conc rrent ser demand for t%at same ser*ice@content drops (elow a confi& ra(le le*el 2also set (! operator polic!4, t%e deli*er! mode transitions (ack from (roadcast to nicast. T%e ad*anta&es of t%is desi&n wo ld (e toI Impro*e t!pical man al =7+S$ pro*isionin& (! d!namicall! pro*isionin& for (roadcast deli*er! %i&%+demand ser*ices@contents t%at wo ld ot%erwise %a*e (een deli*ered *ia nicast. ,ffload some t!pical man al =7+S$ pro*isionin& (! allowin& a =7+S$ operator to (e less scr p lo s a(o t pro*isionin& %i&% demand e*ents.

$!%ective: to standardiAe t%e minim m additional f nctionalit! o*er t%e e<istin& standard necessar! to ena(le on+ demand pro*isionin& of 7=7S in response to %i&% ptake of a nicast ser*ice wit%in an 7=7S ser*ice area. T%e areas of work wit%in scope of t%is work item incl de proced res at t%e 58, $-, 8P$ E =7+S$, and interfaces (etween 58 and =7+S$. $ore network interfaces are o t of scope of t%is work item. Specificall!, t%e work areas wit%in scope areI 14 7i&ratin& sers of a &eneric ser*ice deli*ered o*er nicast CTTP to r n t%ro &% 7=7S 24 7i&ratin& sers of a &eneric ser*ice deli*ered o*er 7=SF- to r n o*er nicast 34 ) process to ena(le a 58 to cons me t%e ser*ice o*er 7=7S wit% an e<istin& nicast session for t%e same content, or a new re' est for content #4 7o(ilit! aspects, i.e., mo*in& in and o t of 7=7S co*era&e, and d!namic aspects, i.e., t%e esta(lis%ment and disesta(lis%ment of 7=7S for t%e ser*ice in terms of nicast and m lticast access T%e work item s%all take into acco ntI scala(ilit! 2e.&. of network nodes4 deplo!ment 2e.&. inte&ration wit% cac%in& E $1-s4 acc rac! 2e.&. of attac% rate4 e<istin& tec%nolo&! 2e.&. 877+118 nicast@(roadcast switc%in&4 ser*ice re' irements 2e.&. codec s pport4 e<peditio sness 2e.&. of %i&% attac% rate detection4.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, ,ran&e, 1e tsc%e Telekom, Telecom Italia .inked to S)# Rel+7 7edia %andlin& and interaction in 7TSI 27TSI+7CI4 5I1376#6 "usti#ication 8nd+to+end Fi<ed+7o(ile interworkin&I )ccordin& to TS 2#.173 2I7S m ltimedia telep%on! comm nication ser*ice and s pplementar! ser*icesU sta&e 34, to ens re interopera(ilit!, media codecs and formats are f ll! specified for RTP+(ased and 7SRP+(ased transfer inI + + + 3;PP TS 26.11# K12L for 3;PP s!stemsU 3;PP2 $.S6699+) K21L for 3;PP2 s!stemsU and 8TSI TS 1"1 669 K22L for fi<ed+(road(and accesses. 8TSI TS 1"1 669 K22L pro*ides &eneral r les for codecs and formats sa&e wit%in networks sin& fi<ed+ (road(and accesses. T%ese r les are not specific to I7S m ltimedia telep%on! comm nication ser*ices.

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7 ltimedia Telep%on! is a $ore I7S ser*ice a*aila(le on (ot% 3;PP and fi<ed+(road(and accesses. Cowe*er, 7TSI+ 7CI 2I7S 7 ltimedia Telep%on!U 7edia %andlin& and interaction4 TS 26.11# co*ers 3;PP s!stems incl din& .T8, 3; and CSP), ;8R)- and ;eneric )ccess 2W.)-4. W%ile 8TSI TS 1"1 669 co*ers speec%@a dio and *ideo codecs for t%e fi<ed (road(and access it lacks important aspects like e.&. pa!load formats, packetiAation, R$TP r les, adaptation t%at 3;PP co*ers. It is nlikel! t%at t%is 8TSI specification e*ol*es and co*ers more t%an F st codecs in t%e f t re. Since man! se cases in*ol*e end+to+end interworkin& wit% I7S fi<ed access clients, it is proposed to e<tend TS 26.11# scope to fi<ed (road(and access (! specif!in& t%e missin& f nctionalities for t%e rele*ant codecs in t%e 8TSI specification. T%is is deemed needed to ma<imiAe t%e c%ances t%at tandem+free inter+workin& can (e ac%ie*ed (etween 3;PP 7TSI clients and clients sin& fi<ed+(road(and access and also to minimiAe t%e risk t%at fi<ed+(road(and clients se t%e codecs in a wa! t%at &i*es pro(lems for t%e inter+workin&. 8nd+to+end ?oS %andlin& 2introd cin& an en%anced (andwidt% ne&otiation mec%anism for 7TSI sessions4 $ rrent end+to+end media ?oS %andlin& is (ased on identification of S1P media t!pe 2m[a dio@*ideo4 and ma<im m (andwidt% 2([4. Cowe*er, t%ere are se*eral (andwidt% c%aracteristics in terms of 58 (andwidt% sa&e and 3;PP s!stems (andwidt% a*aila(ilit! t%at cannot (e e<pressed wit% t%e c rrent (andwidt% attri( te since it is onl! a sin&le *al e, t%e sa&e is *a& el! defined, mainl! applies to t%e recei*e direction, and is onl! an Napplication specificO ma<im m *al e. 58s and intermediate nodes rel!in& on S1P information t% s cannot take t%ose c%aracteristics into acco nt in t%eir media %andlin&, nless t%e! are e<actl! t%e same for all implementations and t% s dependent on a m c% more t%oro &% and precise specification t%an toda!. T%is is especiall! important for %i&% (itrate and potentiall! %i&%l! *aria(le (itrate media s c% as *ideo. S c% (andwidt% c%aracteristics incl de, ( t are not limited toI =earers %a*in& 7a<im m =itrate 27=R4 different from ; aranteed =itrate 2;=R4. =earers sin& ;=R, as compared to non+;=R wit% t%e same (itrate *al e. )lt%o &% t%ere are c rrentl! no s c% ser*ices defined, it is percei*a(le t%at a m ltimedia comm nication client %as a desire to se (i+directional media of t%e same t!pe 2and t% s applica(le to t%e same (+line4 ( t wit% si&nificantl! different media (itrates in t%e two directions. )s an e<ample, consider a mo(ile sender wit% limited plink (andwidt% ( t &ood downlink (andwidt% participatin& in a ric% m ltimedia conference wit% (ot% fi<ed and mo(ile participants. T%is is alread! possi(le to e<press in S1P (! sin& separate m+lines for send 2a[sendonl!4 and recei*e 2a[rec*onl!4, ( t t%at sol tion ma! (e ndesira(le since it %as interopera(ilit! implications.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

Some end+ ser ser*ices (enefit from sin& media wit% a d!namicall! *ar!in& (itrate, s c% as for e<ample %i&% ' alit! *ideo t%at is in%erentl! *aria(le (itrate, and imposin& a strict constant (itrate restriction will impact t%e percei*ed media ' alit! ne&ati*el!. ,n t%e ot%er %and, network ser*ices ma! %a*e limited capa(ilit! to %andle *ar!in& (itrate, ma! want to optimiAe reso rce sa&e, or protect t%e network from too m c% *ariation 2(andwidt% policin&4. T%ese opposin& preferences introd ce a need to comm nicate and a&ree on t%e wanted and permissi(le (andwidt% variation (etween end+ sers and potentiall! m ltiple network ser*ices. If t%e (andwidt% *ariation is not a&reed (etween media sender and network, media ma! risk to nnecessaril! o*erloadin& t%e network and network ma! risk to nnecessaril! and se*erel! impairin& media, wit%o t eit%er part knowin& t%at t%ose ne&ati*e implications co ld in fact %a*e (een a*oided.

It is proposed to amend S1P (andwidt% si&nallin& to co*er t%e wanted aspects, w%ile keepin& t%e e<istin& (andwidt% attri( te 2([4 for (ackward compati(ilit!. 1 rin& .S e<c%an&e wit% t%e $T W;s and S)2 to coordinate t%e work on impro*ed end+to+end ?oS %andlin& it was noted t%at introd cin& a new en%anced (andwidt% ne&otiation mec%anism, e.&. sin& a new S1P attri( te co ld potentiall! re' ire c%an&es in se*eral network nodes. S c% potential impacts are in*esti&ated as part of a st d! p%ase. 8nd+to+end *ideo rate adaptation & idelines and performance re' irements >ideo comm nication clients for (est effort IP networks in man! cases incl de f nctionalit! for d!namic (itrate adaptation. 7TSI 2TS 26.11#4 contains a re' irement to s pport RF$ 916# T77=R@T77=- messa&es and s &&ests t%e! (e sed for d!namic *ideo rate adaptation, ( t t%e specification te<t is lackin& minim m performance re' irements and & idelines to implementers on %ow to ac%ie*e a workin& adaptation sc%eme t%at meets reasona(le end+to+end re' irements and constraints. In order to (e tec%nicall! competiti*e, it is *er! likel! t%at 7TSI cannot rel! onl! on indi*id al 58 implementers to de*elop and deplo! a &ood adaptation sc%eme, ( t will also need to amend t%e specification wit% more e<plicit adaptation aspects. S c% adaptation aspects s%o ld likel! (e o(Fecti*el! meas ra(le and co ld incl de, ( t are not limited toI ) re' irement to adapt (itrate (ased on recei*ed T77=R messa&es. Cow rapidl! a T77=R recei*er m st c%an&e its sendin& (itrate after %a*in& recei*ed a T77=R. ) minim m re' irement specification on w%en a media recei*er is to send T77=R messa&es. ) minim m re' irement specification on %ow to c%oose s ita(le T77=R *al es (ased on a*aila(le information.

)n e<ample of rate adaptation re' irement can (e fo nd in TS #9.660 for )7R link adaptation When a carrier to interferer ratio 4 dB lower than a defined lower threshold is applied to the antenna connector, the MS shall request a lower mode with a probability exceeding !"# $his shall be measured immediately after a settling-time of %!! ms#

Work on media adaptation is c rrentl! on&oin& in I8TF in t%e recentl! esta(lis%ed R7$)T 2RTP 7edia $on&estion )*oidance Tec%ni' es4 W; and it is foreseen t%at 3;PP s%o ld liaise wit% I8TF R7$)T W; and t%at res lts from t%e work in I8TF will e*ent all! (e referenced in 7TSI. Cowe*er, since R7$)T res lts ma! not (e a*aila(le ntil a co ple of !ears from now and since 7TSI deplo!ment will occ r earlier, at least some minim m re' irements will (e needed as soon as possi(le (ased on t%e alread! mandated T77=R@T77=- s pport. -ote t%at t%e c rrent ass mption in t%e I8TF RT$We( is to se T77=R@T77=-. $!%ective: to e<tend TS 26.11# to co*er for end+to+end media impro*ements. In partic larI

8nd+to+end Fi<ed+7o(ile interworkin&I 8<tend t%e scope of TS 26.11# s c% t%at it incl des end+to+end cases in*ol*in& (ot% mo(ile and fi<ed+(road(and access Reference 8TSI TS 1"1 669 codecs in TS 26.11# for interworkin& wit% fi<ed+(road(and access. Re*iew specifications of pa!load formats, packetiAation, RT$P r les, adaptation and ot%er aspects in t%e conte<t of interworkin& (etween 3;PP and fi<ed+(road(and access for t%e rele*ant codecs of 8TSI TS 1"1 669, and add re' irements and recommendations w%ere needed. $onsider & idelines for end+to+end interworkin& scenarios re' irin& transcodin&. T%is work re' ires coordination wit% 3;PP $T W;s and 8TSI. I prove end)to)end @oS handling !y:

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

=efore startin& normati*e work on ?oS %andlin&, a St d! P%ase will take place wit% t%e o(Fecti*e ofI Identif!in& t%e %i&% le*el f nctional and tec%nical re' irements Identif!in& potential sol tions, incl din& consideration of new ?oS related S1P parameters or attri( tes Identif!in& an! impacts of t%e potential sol tions on network nodes 1 rin& t%e St d! P%ase, t%e $T W;s and S) W;2 are cons lted to contri( te to t%e St d! P%ase. T%e St d! P%ase o tp t is &i*en in a TR. T%e o(Fecti*e of t%e normati*e work will (e (ased on t%e concl sion of t%e St d! P%ase and ma! incl deI T%is work re' ires coordination wit% 3;PP $T W;s, 3;PP S)2 and I8TF 775SI$. Speci#y ore guidelines and consider speci#ying per#or ance re<uire ents o# end)to)end video rate adaptation: First (ased on t%e alread! mandated T77=R@T77= T%en consider res lts from t%e more ela(orate adaptation work in I8TF R7$)T W; Service Aspects: T%e pdates of t%e 3;PP specifications will ena(le (etter efficienc!, capacit! and ' alit! of 7TSI ser*ice end+to+end in partic lar w%en in*ol*in& *ideo.
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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ,ran&e, Intel, ? alcomm, C awei, -okia .inked to Rel+6 7edia $odecs and Formats for I7S 7essa&in& and Presence 2PR8S-$+$,FI7P4 5I133#629. Work item w%ic% &a*e rise to TS 26.1#1. "usti#ication Rel+11 I7S 7essa&in& and Presence 7edia formats and codecs specification TS 26.1#1 c rrentl! mandates C.263 profile 6 le*el #9 *ideo codec and recommends s pport for C.263 Profile 3 .e*el #9, C.26# 2)>$4 =aseline Profile le*el 1( and 7P8;+# >is al Simple Profile .e*el 6( for I7S terminals s pportin& *ideo. T%e same was t%e case for t%e 7TSI TS 26.11# (efore t%e Work Item on >ideo $odin& 8n%ancements in 7TSI 2S#+ 1161"14 was completed in Rel+16. -ote t%at t%e TS 26.1#1 specification on I7S 7essa&in& and Presence defines codecs t%at are also applica(le for $om(inin& $S and I7S ser*ices and t%erefore ;S7) IR.7# N*ideos%areO. T%e F stification for t%e present Work Item is t%e same as for t%e >$87 WI ( t applied to I7S 7essa&in& and Presence and $SII C.263 (aseline *ideo is c rrentl! t%e mandator! *ideo codec in I7S 7essa&in& and Presence TS 26.1#1 i.e. one t%at m st (e s pported (! I7S clients in all terminals offerin& *ideo messa&in&. T%at *ideo standard was defined in 1006 and was sta(le for lon& w%en was I7S 7essa&in& and Presence first specified in 266#. T%e C.26# *ideo standard was first consented in IT5+T in 7a! 2663. C.26# is more comple< t%an C.263 ( t is on a*era&e seen as 36Q more efficient t%an C.263 at t%e operatin& point considered 2?>;) resol tions4. C.26# was also incl ded in 7TSI and I7S 7essa&in& and Presence ( t as an optional codec d e to t%is e<tra comple<it! makin& it diffic lt for mo(ile terminals to s pport. -owada!s, mo(ile terminals on t%e market demonstrate screen resol tions and $P5 power capa(ilities to s pport real+time *ideo applications wit% (etter ' alit! and efficienc! pro*ided (! C.26#U In &eneral t%e sa&e of C.26# and t% s t%e n m(er of implementations in *ario s conte<ts %as increased drasticall!. )t t%e same time, 3;PP access capa(ilities %a*e e*ol*ed wit% %i&%er (itrates makin& s c% real+time mo(ile *ideo comm nication wit% (etter ' alit! possi(le. )s a res lt, it is F stified to make C.26# a mandator! codec for 7o(ile *ideo applications w%ile C.263 co ld (e made optional and ot%er *ideo codecs s pport s%o ld (e ali&ned wit% 7TSI TS 26.11#. T%is new sta&e 3 work affects t%e stat s of *ideo codec s pport and does not affect e<istin& ser*ice re' irements nor s!stem arc%itect re. $!%ectives: 7andate C.26# $onstrained =aseline Profile le*el 1.2 for I7S 7essa&in& and Presence *ideo renderin& p to a resol tion of ?>;) and 26fps framerate. Recommend C.26# $onstrained =aseline Profile at a s ita(le le*el for I7S 7essa&in& and Presence *ideo renderin& p to a resol tion of 726<#"6 and 36fps framerate. $%an&e C.263 codec profile stat s in t%is release eit%er to optional or remo*ed. Remo*e t%e recommendations for pre*io sl! optional 7P8;+# >is al and C.263 Recommend optional s pport for e*en %i&%er C.26# le*els for %i&% end capa(le terminals 2(! increasin& resol tion, frame rate and (itrate4. $onsider new s pport re' irements for le*el ne&otiation proced re at call set p to & arantee interworkin& at (est possi(le capa(ilit! le*els.

For all of t%e a(o*e o(Fecti*es, consider performin& t%ese c%an&es (! referencin& anot%er specification like 7TSI TS 26.11# or 77S TS 26.1#6 w%en appropriate. Service Aspects: T%is Work Item relates to t%e I7S 7essa&in& and Presence and $SI ser*ice. T%e ser*ice s%o ld (e affected in a wa! t%at impro*es t%e *ideo ' alit! as percei*ed (! t%e ser w%ile maintainin& or e*en impro*in& t%e efficienc! o*er t%e 3;PP access. Interworkin& s%all not (e affected.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, $%ina 7o(ile, ? alcomm, ,ran&e, )TET, -S-, Intel, 1e tsc%e Telekom SPD63 split of Rel+12 SP+1366#9 WI1 28n%anced -7 $entraliAed $o*era&e and $apacit! ,ptimiAation4 into a Rel+12 St d! 2SP+1#662"4 and a Rel+13 -ormati*e WI1 2SP+1#66664.

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

C.1
Resources:
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<%lti-$endor 4l% "nd 4l"y eN. connection to t#e networ3 =,@9;A00((


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!%ro#0 G0perli#' +otes TSBTR (2.;01! New -Ss '(2.;0C! (2.;08) +a e Rel-12 SO+ - O!- aspe%ts <%lti-$endor 4l% "nd 4l"y eN. connection to t#e networ3

S5N-N<<=44B-

S4120111

S4EA2 co*pleted

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, 1e tsc%e Telekom, $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina 5nicom, TeliaSonera, C awei, )lcatel+. cent, 8ricsson, ,ran&e, HT8 "usti#ication $ rrents defined (! 3;PP S)9 co*er onl! t%e self+confi& ration of radio network element parameters. T%e sec re interconnection of a new e-= to t%e operatorPs network prior to self+confi& ration is not !et f ll! standardised. T%e &oal to (e reac%ed is to ena(le t%e sec re mana&ea(ilit! of t%e e-= *ia its 87S. T%e c%allen&es la! mainl! in t%e transport network areaI Pl & and Pla! needs to (e realised in m ltiple >.)-s wit%o t pre+confi& ration IP addresses need to (e made known, allocated wit%o t pre+confi& ration Pl & and Pla! acti*ities need to (e separated from t%e prod cti*e transport network d e to sec rit! reasons >P- t nnels s%all (e set+ p a tomaticall!

)ll t%e a(o*e needs to (e done in a m lti+*endor capa(le wa! and for different R)Ts similarl!. T%ese c%allen&es need to (e tackled w%ile (earin& in mind t%e interest of a network operator to Ca*e no need for man al confi& ration at t%e site Pro*ide t%e node wit% plannin& data and confi& re sec rit! certificates wit%o t man al inter*ention Cide comple< sec rit! and transport confi& rations Beep a reasona(le de&ree of control a(o t t%e pl & and pla! processes

7eetin& t%ese c%allen&es pro*ides for s (stantial sa*in&s, %i&%er ' alit! and relia(ilit! of t%e confi& ration and t%e in%erent a*oidance of se*eral sec rit! t%reats. $!%ectiveI 1. 2. 3. #. 9. t%is work item s%all defineI

T%e network deplo!ment scenarios 2e.& >.)-@>P-4 for w%ic% t%e m lti+*endor pl &Epla! process s%all appl! T%e network entities w%ic% are in*ol*ed in t%e m lti+*endor pl &Epla! process T%e information w%ic% is stored in t%ese network entities T%e messa&es 2incl din& t%eir se' ence and content4 w%ic% are e<c%an&ed (etween t%ese network entities T%e protocols w%ic% are sed to transfer t%ese messa&es (etween t%ese network entities.

Security Aspects: In t%e m lti+*endor Pl & and Pla! pro&ress a new node needs to find o t t%e IP address of t%e ,)7 s!stem and its own final IP address a tomaticall!, w%ile pre*entin& na t%oriAed access. For t%is t%e .T8 (ack%a l sec rit! mec%anisms alread! defined (! S)3 s%all (e sed.

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

C.2
Resources:
,1< ;A01( 4 ;A02( 4

Co*pli"nce of (I44 SA; specific"tions to t#e NI<N -op 54B Reco**end"tions =,@9;A00(4
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:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p A0N 20N G0perli#' S4120(48 S4120(48 TSBTR New -R (2.C(C (2.101J2J(! (2.111-1! (2.111-2! (2.111-A! (2.1;x! (2.401! (2.411! (2.412! (2.421! (2.422! (2.42(! (2.4(1! (2.4(2! (2.4(A! (2.441! (2.442! (2.44A! (2.;00! (2.;01! (2.;02! (2.;0A! (2.;21! (2.;22! (2.;2A! (2.;(1! (2.;(2! (2.;(A! (2.;;1! (2.A81! (2.A82! (2.A8A! (2.1A2 +a e -R -S wor3

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, -S-, ,ran&e, 1e tsc%e Telekom, $%ina 7o(ile, )lcatel+. cent, TeliaSonera, Telecom Italia, HT8, 8ricsson, -8$
Sour%e of eDter#al reFuire e#ts (if a#0) Or2a#i=atio# <o%u e#t NI<N NI<N -op 54B Reco**end"tions 1.0 Re ar's #ttp:JJwww.n *n.or J%plo"dsJ*edi"JNI<N9-op954B9Reco**end"tions91.0.pdf

"usti#ication It is re' ired to ens re t%at t%e operatorsP recommendations e<pressed in -;7- Top ,P8 Recommendations are alread! taken into acco nt or will (e incorporated into S)9 specifications. For t%is p rpose, it is needed to pro*ide a detailed compliance statement of S)9 specifications a&ainst -;7- Top ,P8 Recommendations. T%e res lts of t%e detailed &ap anal!sis performed (! S)9 s%o ld (e recorded in a specific doc ment 23;PP TR 32."<!+ series4. It is also needed to track t%e work alread! done and t%e work remainin& to (e done. T%e clear identification of t%e work remainin& to (e done ma! lead to t%e creation of new WIs or new $Rs. $!%ectivesI Record t%e detailed &ap anal!sis alread! performed (! 3;PP S)9 Identif! for eac% re' irement t%e work alread! done (! 3;PP S)9 2WIs, $Rs, etc4 1isc ss and a&ree on t%e work remainin& to (e done (! 3;PP S)9, and prod ce new WIs or $Rs as needed Identif! t%e re' irements G if an!+ w%ic% cannot (e satisfied e.&. o t of scope of 3;PP S)9 specifications Pro*ide a final compliance statement of 3;PP S)9 specifications a&ainst -;7- Top ,P8 Recommendations.

T%e scope of t%e compliance statement is -;7- Top ,P8 Recommendations 1.6I 1 + ? alit! and ? antit! of )larms 2 + ) tomatic Software 7ana&ement 3 + 8ner&! Sa*in& # + Self ,r&aniAin& -etworks 9 + Performance 7ana&ement 8n%ancements 6 + 8n%ancement of Trace F nctionalit! 7 + e-ode= Pl & E Pla! + Self $ommissionin& " + ,SS Standard Itf+0 + ,SS Tool S pport for ,ptimiAation E ,peration 16 + ) tomatic In*entor!

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

C.(
Resources:
,1< ;A00( ; ;A01( ; ;A02( ; ;A0(( ; ;A04( ;

Co*pli"nce of (I44 SA; specific"tions to t#e NI<N NIC5R =,@9;A00(;


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!%ro#0 5A<-NI<N9NIC5R 5A<-<5@A6 5A<-4<,@ 5A<-F<S4 5A<-NI<N9NIC5R rapporteur &%"wei NSN &%"wei Bricsson &%"wei +a e (o plia#%e of 3GPP S!5 spe%ifi%atio#s to t4e +G-+ +eDt Ge#eratio# (o#ver2e" Operatio#s ReFuire e#ts (+G(OR) Con$er ed <"n" e*ent <odel Ali n*ent '4#"se 2) Con$er ed *"n" e*ent 4erfor*"nce <"n" e*ent ,nterf"ce @efinitions (I44 F"%lt <"n" e*ent Sol%tion 4rofile for NI<N NIC5R -R on Co*pli"nce of (I44 SA; specific"tions to t#e NI<N NIC5R

Sta&e 1@2@3. So rce of e<ternal re' irementsI -;7- -;$,R *1.3


,1< ;A04( ; +a e -R on Co*pli"nce of (I44 SA; specific"tions to t#e NI<N NIC5R :i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p ;0N G0perli#' S4120(;0 TSBTR new -R (2.C(1

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, -S- , ,ran&e, 1e tsc%e Telekom, $%ina 7o(ile , )lcatel+. cent , TeliaSonera , 8ricsson, HT8, Telecom Italia "usti#ication It is re' ired to ens re t%at t%e operatorsP re' irements e<pressed in -;7- -;$,R are taken into acco nt into S)9 specifications. For t%is p rpose, it is needed to pro*ide a detailed compliance statement of S)9 specifications a&ainst -;7- -;$,R. T%e res lts of t%e detailed &ap anal!sis performed (! S)9 will (e recorded in a specific doc ment 23;PP TR 32."<!+ series4. T%e s ccessi*e *ersions of t%e TR will track t%e work alread! done and t%e work remainin& to (e done. T%e identification of t%e work to do will lead to t%e creation of new WIs and $Rs as needed. $!%ectivesI Record t%e detailed &ap anal!sis alread! performed (! 3;PP S)9 Identif! for eac% re' irement t%e work alread! done (! 3;PP S)9 1isc ss and a&ree on t%e work remainin& to (e done (! 3;PP S)9, and prod ce new WIs or $Rs as needed Identif! t%e re' irements + if an!+ w%ic% cannot (e satisfied e.&. o t of scope of 3;PP S)9 specifications Pro*ide a final compliance statement of 3;PP S)9 specifications a&ainst -;7- -;$,R Re' irements.

T%e scope of t%e compliance statement is (ased on -;7- -;$,RI ;eneric -e<t ;eneration $on*er&ed ,perational Re' irements 2;8-4 Ci&% le*el re' irements for $on*er&ed ,perations 2$,-4 Re' irements for -;$,R 7odellin& and Toolin& 27T4 Re' irements for Fa lt 7ana&ement Interface 2F74 Re' irements for In*entor! 7ana&ement 2In*74

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

A.3.1

3GPP :ault -a#a2e e#t Solutio# Profile for +G-+ +G(OR ,1<B560335
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G0perli#' S4-12011C +otes S4EA0 co*pleted TSBTR new -S 2C.(80

Resources:
,1< ;A0((;

+a e (I44 F"%lt <"n" e*ent Sol%tion 4rofile for NI<N NIC5R

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, -S- , C awei, 1e tsc%e Telekom , $%ina 7o(ile , HT8, TeliaSonera , )lcatel+. cent, ,ran&e "usti#ication It is re' ired to ens re t%at t%e operatorsP re' irements e<pressed in -;7- 2-e<t ;eneration 7o(ile -etworks4 -;$,R are taken into acco nt in t%e 3;PP S)9 specifications. For t%is p rpose, it is needed to pro*ide a Fa lt 7ana&ement 2F74 Sol tion Profile 2SP4 s pportin& t%e -;7-;$,R re' irements. T%is work task s%all capt re e<istin& 3;PP S)9 IRP 2Inte&ration Reference Point4 capa(ilities, specified in t%e 3;PP 32+series TSs, as a set of necessar! and s fficient fa lt mana&ement capa(ilities t%at can satisf! t%e Fa lt 7ana&ement re' irements specified in N-;$,R $onsolidated Re' irementsO (! -;7- )lliance, *ersion 1.3. $!%ectivesI to identif! t%e rele*ant and necessar! e<istin& capa(ilities in t%e Re' irements, Information Ser*ices and Sol tion Sets of t%e followin& 2( t not necessaril! limited to4 3;PP S)9 IRPsI TS 32.111+< )larm IRP TS 32.36< -otification IRP TS 32.39< $omm nication S r*eillance IRP TS 32.33< -otification .o& IRP

t%at satisf! t%e fa lt mana&ement re' irements e<pressed in t%e N-;$,R $onsolidated Re' irementsO (! -;7)lliance. T%is SP s%all identif! t%e necessar! and s fficient s (set of t%e Interface IRPs to satisf! t%e Fa lt 7ana&ement re' irements specified in N-;$,R $onsolidated Re' irements (! -;7- )lliance, *ersion 1.3O. It s%all also define ' alifiers for mandator! and@or optional s pport of eac% item. If t%ere are -;$,R re' irements t%at t%e c rrent 3;PP 32+seriess do not !et pro*ide a sol tion for, possi(le en%ancements s%all (e considered.

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

A.3.2 (o#ver2e" ,1<B560235


Resources:
,1< ;A02( ;

a#a2e e#t Perfor a#%e -a#a2e e#t 1#terfa%e <efi#itio#s

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TSBTR new -Ss '(2.4<1! (2.4<A! (2.4<1)

+a e Con$er ed *"n" e*ent 4erfor*"nce <"n" e*ent ,nterf"ce @efinitions

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, $%ina 7o(ile, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, -S-, ,ran&e, HT8 "usti#ication Performance 7ana&ement 2P74 is a ke! f nctionalit! t%at pro*ides t%e operator wit% *isi(ilit! into %ow its network is performin&. Performance meas rements and BPIs are critical inp ts into optimiAation of networks. )cc rate and a ric% set of meas rements and BPIs deli*ered in a timel! manner is essential for tro (le s%ootin& p rposes and ena(le s pport for a tomatic identification of network pro(lems and a tomatic error correction and optimiAation of t%e network. To t%at effect, t%ere is a need to pro*ide consistent meas rements and BPIs for all elements in a con*er&ed network and to define common P7 interface sol tions 2sta&e 24 to collect t%ese meas rements. $!%ectivesI T%e work item will address 2in t%at priorit! order4I 1. 2. 3. #. 7eas 7eas 7eas 7eas rement E BPI definition template, rement file format, rement file reportin& interface, rement Fo( E t%res%old administration.

T%is work will (e (ased onI Potential -;$,R p%ase 2 re' irements inp ts 2earl! cross+interactions s &&ested4, -;7- Top ,P8 Recommendations 1.6, TR 32."31, Sol tions from 3;PP E T7F.

-ote t%at performance meas rement t!pes, definition of meas rements and BPIs are *er! specific to different domains and are (ein& defined for eac% network element (! &ro ps@S1,s t%at are most knowled&ea(le in t%at area. 8n%ancement of BPIs and clear, ric% definition of meas rements in a manner t%at is consistent and *alid in t%e domain and cross domain (ased on *ario s con*er&ed mana&ement scenarios will need f rt%er consideration ( t is not part of t%is work item.

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

A.3.3

(o#ver2e" -a#a2e e#t -o"el !li2# e#t (P4ase 2) ,1<B560135


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TSBTR (2.101! (2.10(! new -S (2.xxxJ2C.xxx 'F<C FN,< =*+rell" 5per"tions <odel '5,<)! new -R '(2.C(8 T<"n" e*ent Specific"tion -oolin Bn$iron*entU! (2.C40 T<"n" e*ent Specific"tion -estin Reco**end"tionsU)

Resources:
,1< ;A01( ;

+a e Con$er ed <"n" e*ent <odel Ali n*ent '4#"se 2)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, $%ina 7o(ile, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, C awei, ,ran&e, HT8 "usti#ication ,n+&oin& ind str! con*er&ence and press re to red ce cost is placin& e*er+increasin& emp%asis on t%e need to rationaliAe and ali&n *ario s network mana&ement aspects across (o ndaries of standards@specifications prod cin& or&aniAations. T%e cost, res ltin& from inte&ration and mana&ement c%allen&es, of t%e lack of a co%erent treatment of t%e w%ole network %as (ecomin& increasin&l! apparent to t%e point w%ere operators of networks are demandin& action. T%is WI foc ses on t%e Information 7odel, ,perations 7odel, 7eta 7odel, and Testin& aspect of t%e pro(lem as it is clear t%at t%e lack of an a&reed+ pon, co%erent information E operations model across or&aniAational (o ndaries to s pport t%e F7$ aspects of t%e ind str! t%at defines t%e t%in&s to (e mana&ed and t%e wa! t%e! s%o ld (e e<pressed is one of t%e first aspects t%at need to (e tackled. T%is WI ( ilds pon t%e res lts prod ced in t%e first p%ase of t%e 7odel )li&nment acti*it! (etween 3;PP and T7 For m. It is intended to (e ali&ned wit% t%e Foint acti*it! (etween 3;PP, T7 For m and -;7- 2as well as potentiall! ot%er interested or&aniAations4, and will take -;7- -;$,R into acco nt. $!%ectivesI T%e 3;PP WI 7odel )li&nment 2P%ase 24 s%o ld addressI 1. 2. 3. #. 9. 6. Considering +AC$R phase & re<uire ents B developing topic related standards solutions Identif! rele*ant -;$,R p%ase 1 re' irements for 7odel )li&nment 2P%ase 24. 2IM enhance ents on co on o!%ects and enhance ents re Model (atterns 1isc ss and a&ree on 5I7 en%ancements 2o(Fects@attri( tes@relations%ips4 (ased on ind str! re' irements. Identif! and specif! additional 7odel Patterns 2e.&. N8<ternalO4. Address 2IM Inventory de#initions /in accordance -ith +AC$R* 3A(( B ,M= re<uire ents1 1isc ssion definitions of Nin*entor! dataO to identif! common *iews, and a&reement on 5I7 in*entor! related o(Fects, attri( tes and relations%ips. Consideration o# CM use case/s1 !ased on 3A(( SA5 ,R 3'.833 Identif! applica(le pro*isionin& se cases (ased on 3;PP S)9 TR 32."33 and ot%er ind str! se cases. Specif! related model relations%ips. Meta 3ata #or =ederated $peration Model /=$M1 #or converged operations 8n%ance t%e 7odel Repertoire to incl de t%e meta data definitions for common modelin& of operations E notifications. =ederated $peration Model /=$M1 #or converged operations T%e ,peration 7odel is defined in t%e doc ment NF7$ Federated -etwork Information 7odel 2F-I74O 2S9+ 126227 S9*T7Fa263a14 and is t%e representation of t%e rele*ant network mana&ement acti*ities. T%e Nto fetc% t%e *al e of an instance attri( teM, and Mto create a flow domain fra&mentM are e<amples@candidates of s c% operations in t%e ,peration 7odel.T%is work is to specif! t%e operations of t%e ,peration 7odel rele*ant to mana&ement con*er&ence. ,ools and testing Identif! and doc ment s pportin& toolin& en*ironment. 1efine %ow to prod ce conformance statements t%at incl de semantic@f nctional testin& 2(e!ond s!nta< testin&4.

7.

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

C.4
Resources:
,1< ;A00( A ;A0(( A ;A01( A ;A02( A

26AN <"n" e*ent =,@9;A00(A


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:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p (2N C0N 10N ;N G0perli#' S41(0042 S41(0042 S41(0042 S41(0042 TSBTR new -R (2.C41 new -S '2C.AC0! 2C.AC2) new -S 2C.40( +a e &C!+ -a#a2e e#t -R on 26AN i*p"cts to -ype-2 *"n" e*ent interf"ce to t#e (I44 Networ3 <"n" er 26AN Networ3 Reso%rce <odel for -ype-2 interf"ce 26AN *e"s%re*ents defined in ,BBB "nd ,B-F 26AN perfor*"nce *e"s%re*ents for %se on -ype-2 interf"ce

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Intel, -S-, 8ricsson, R niper "usti#ication To ena(le W.)- pla!in& a role as a complement to cell lar tec%nolo&!, t%e performance of W.)- needs to (e known (! cell lar operators. Cowe*er, W.)- performance data is not a*aila(le in 3;PP network mana&ement s!stems, since cell lar networks and W.)- are c rrentl! mana&ed (! two independent ,)7 s!stems. T%is WI is intended to define t%e reso rce model for fa lt and performance monitorin& and specif!@capt re e<istin& W.)- meas rements defined in I888 and I8TF W.)- performance meas rements for se on T!pe+2 interface to t%e 3;PP -etwork 7ana&er. It is t%e intention t%at t%e performance meas rements, s c% as traffic load, ? alit! of Ser*ice 2e.&. packet t%ro &%p t, etc4, reso rce a*aila(ilit! 2e.&. t%e recordin& of (e&in and end times of ser*ice na*aila(ilit!4 are to (e defined. T%e T!pe+1 interface to W.)- -8 2i.e. )ccess Point4 is not (e impacted (! t%is WI, and it is e<pected t%at t%is WI will not modif! W.)- 7I=S 2t%at are defined in I888 std "62.11 26674 or will not specif! alternati*es of W.)- 7I=s. T%is WI will rel! on information defined (! W.)- 7I=s. It is e<pected t%at operator can monitor t%e W.)- as well as t%e 8+5TR)-@5TR)-@;8R)- performance data. T%e W.)- performance data can also (e sed in network plannin&. $!%ectivesI 1. 2. 3. to St d! W.)- impacts to T!pe+2 mana&ement to Specif! t%e W.)- -etwork Reso rce 7odel for T!pe+2 interface 2t%at is intended to s pport fa lt and performance monitorin& onl!4 to Specif!@capt re e<istin& W.)- meas rements defined in I888 and I8TF W.)- performance meas rements for se on T!pe+2 interface 2t%is is not intended for S)9 to define new W.)- performance meas rements4

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

C.;
Resources:
,1< A200; A

Al"r* /%"lity i*pro$e*ents =,@9A200;A


S9
!%ro#0 5A<-A<, :i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p ;N G0perli#' S4-1(0A11 TSBTR (2.111-1! (2.111-2! (2.111-A +a e Al"r* /%"lity i*pro$e*ents

Supporting Individual Me !ers: TeliaSonera, 8ricsson, ,ran&e, C awei, HT8, -S-, >odafone, )lcatel+. cent Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 32."90 St d! on )larm 7ana&ement 2FS3,)73)74 "usti#ication S)9 %as finis%ed t%e St d! on )larm 7ana&ement. T%e res lt of t%e St d! is doc mented in TR 32."90. T%e st d! addressed pro(lems wit% alarm %andlin& t%at t%e operators are facin& toda!, s c% asI + ,perators are flooded wit% so man! alarms t%at t%e! cannot take care of all of t%em. Too man! alarm notifications of low importance are floodin& t%e network, pre*entin& t%e operators to find and act on t%e reall! important ones. T%e information in t%e alarms is not s fficient for t%e operator to know w%at to do wit% t%em, e.&. %ow to prioritise t%em accordin& to t%e se*erit! and ser*ice impact of eac% alarm, and %ow to find t%e root ca se and clear t%e alarm.

$!%ectivesI S)9 s%all anal!se if e<istin& 32+series specifications, related to alarm mana&ement, can (e en%anced wit% sol tions to address t%e pro(lems identified in TR 32."90. To address t%e pro(lems identified in TR 32."90, t%is work item s%allI 8n%ance definitions related to alarm mana&ementU Identif! areas and define 5se $ases w%ere alarm mana&ement f nctions (elow Itf+- can (e impro*edU Identif! possi(le sol tions related to f nctionalit! of Itf+-U

T%e identified sol tions 2if re' ired4 are realiAed (! en%ancement to e<istin& 3;PP@S)9 Interface IRPs related to alarm mana&ement.

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

C.A
Resources:
,1< A(001 2

R"dio 4l"nnin -ool 'R4-) interf"ce =,@9A(0012


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:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p 0N G0perli#' S4-14002A TSBTR (2.101! New -Ss '2C.AA1! 2C.AAC! 2C.AA8) +a e R"dio 4l"nnin -ool 'R4-) interf"ce

Supporting Individual Me !ers:

-S-, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, C awei, ,ran&e, TeliaSonera, >odafone

StandardiAe t%e interface (etween an RPT and applications sin& t%e site and antenna data %eld (! t%e RPT. StandardiAe data 2semantics and s!nta<4 to (e transferred o*er t%e interface in an -R7 and on t%e operations to read access t%is data. "usti#ication T%e plannin& of radio parameters is t!picall! done wit% specialiAed tools called Radio Plannin& Tools 2RPTs4. RPTs &enerate t%ro &%p t and capacit! estimations as well as predictions for co*era&e and interference maps. RPTs work on site and antenna 2e' ipment4 information, and on &eo&rap%ic data. T%is data %as to (e entered into t%e tools. Site and antenna data incl de for e<ample t%e n m(er of sites, t%e site location coordinates 2position and altit de4 and antenna s!stem attri( tes like %ei&%t, (earin& 2aAim t%4, downtilt and antenna t!pe. Site and antenna data pro*ided (!t%e RPT after t%e plannin& p%ase is a*aila(le for sa&e (! n mero s applications and processes. Some RPTs also deal wit% confi& ration@cell le*el parameters like T< power, fre' enc!2s4, or identifiers 2$;I, P$I4, w%ic% ma! %a*e to (e imported as well (! ot%er applications. T%e read access to t%e RPTs %appens eit%er man all! 2Nsendin& spread s%eets wit% emailO4, or in some more or less a tomated fas%ion sin& c stom made f nctionalit! w%ic% is implemented in dedicated inte&ration proFects. Standards are not a*aila(le, and %ence no pl &+and+pla! f nctionalit! eit%er. T%e RPT is t!picall! a m lti+*endor tool, and %ence lo&icall! located Na(o*e Itf+-O, %ence on -7 le*el or a(o*e. Standardisation of t%is interface wo ld (enefit t%e ind str! since (rin&in& down ,P8: and $)P8:. $!%ectiveI to standardiAe t%e interface (etween a RPT and t%e applications sin& t%e site and antenna data %eld (! t%e RPT. Foc s is on t%e standardisation of t%e data 2semantics and s!nta<4 to (e transferred o*er t%e interface in a -etwork Reso rce 7odel 2-R74, and on t%e operations to read access t%is data. 8<istin& operations in Interface IRPs s%all (e re sed as m c% as possi(le. In case re' ired profiles of Interface IRPs or new Interface IRPs s%all (e created. $onfi& ration@cell le*el parameters &enerated (! RPTs ma! (e modelled (! t%e -R7 to (e specified as well if se cases are identified. T%e se case to (e considered is a simple readin& of t%e aforementioned parameters (! t%e applications 2download4. )not%er o(Fecti*e is to locate t%e RPT properl! in t%e 3;PP 7ana&ement )rc%itect re, and to pdate t%e arc%itect re as re' ired.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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,1< ;(00; 0 ;(01; 0

Networ3 <"n" e*ent for (I44 ,nterwor3in 26AN =,@9;(00;0


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:i#is4 11J12J201 ( 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p 100N 2;N G0perli#' S4120118 S4120118 +otes S4EA2 co*pleted TSBTR (2.A(2! (2.A(A! (2.1;2! (2.1;A! new -S '2C.A01! 2C.A02! 2C.A0A! 2C.A11! 2C.A12! 2C.A1A) new -S '2C.401! 2C.402) +a e Networ3 <"n" e*ent for (I44 ,nterwor3in 26AN 'N,< p"rt) Networ3 <"n" e*ent for (I44 ,nterwor3in 26AN '4erfor*"nce *e"s%re*ents p"rt)

,1< ;(01; 0

+a e Networ3 <"n" e*ent for (I44 ,nterwor3in 26AN '4erfor*"nce *e"s%re*ents p"rt)

!%ro#0 5A<,26AN

:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4

(o p 20N

G0perli#' S4120118

TSBTR new -S '2C.401! 2C.402)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 7o(ile, )TET, Intel, C wei, HT8, 8TRI, 1e tsc%e Telekom
(orrespo#"i#2 sta2e 2 wor' ite ,#iFue Title 1<
(1012 (2110 (10048

(if a#0) TS
-S 2(.2(4 -S 2(.2(4 -S 2(.(21

Rel-A 26AN-=<-S ,nterwor3in Rel-A '26AN) Rel-1 26AN ,nterwor3in O 4ri$"te Networ3 "ccess fro* 26AN (I44 ,4 Access '26AN4NA) Rel-C <o+ility +etween (I44-26AN ,nterwor3in "nd (I44 Syste*s ',26AN9<o+)

"usti#ication -etwork Reso rce 7odel 2-R74 and Performance 7ana&ement 2P74 are important for operators to mana&e t%eir networks. Cowe*er, information mana&ement o(Fects and performance data ser*in& for inter+workin& arc%itect re (etween 3;PP s!stem and W.)- %a*e not (een defined !et. T%e inter+workin& arc%itect re (etween 3;PP s!stem and W.)- %as (een specified in se*eral S)2 specifications. Re&ardin& to 3;PP network interworkin& wit% W.)-, t%e followin& TS specification is proposed to specif! IW.)arc%itect re and correspondin& proced res 3;PP TS 23.23#I M3;PP s!stem to Wireless .ocal )rea -etwork 2W.)-4 interworkin&U S!stem descriptionM. 3;PP TS 23.327I M7o(ilit! (etween 3;PP+Wireless .ocal )rea -etwork2W.)-4 interworkin& and 3;PP s!stemsM. TS 23.23# pro*ides t%e s!stem description for inter+workin& (etween 3;PP s!stems and W.)-s. Specificall!, t%e non+ roamin& and roamin& W.)- inter+workin& reference models are presented. Some new network elements %a*e (een introd ced as listed (elow. W); W.)- )ccess ;atewa! P1; Packet 1ata ;atewa! 3;PP ))) Ser*er 3;PP ))) pro<! )ccordin&l!, some new reference points 2Wn, Wi, W , ;nP, etc4 %a*e (een introd ced as well. 1ependin& on t%e IW.)- arc%itect re, TS 23.327 %as addressed some iss es related to IP mo(ilit!, in w%ic% Come )&ent 2C)4 and a new reference point C1 are introd ced. Re&ardin& to e*ol*ed 3;PP interworkin& wit% W.)-, t%e followin& TS specification is proposed to specif! IW.)arc%itect re and correspondin& proced res 3;PP TS 23.#62I M)rc%itect re en%ancements for non+3;PP accessesM. TS 23.#62 pro*ides t%e arc%itect re for interworkin& (etween 8*ol*ed 3;PP Packet Switc%ed network and W.)-. 8*ol*ed Packet 1ata ;atewa! 2eP1;4 %as (een introd ce to %andle ntr sted non+3;PP IP access. Se*eral new reference points2s2a, s2( and s2c4 %a*e (een introd ced to perform IP mo(ilit!.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

7ana&ement Information ,(Fects and Performance 7ana&ement data for t%ese new network elements and interfaces s%o ld (e added in order to f lfil t%e mana&ement re' irements from t%e &rowin& 3;PP@W.)- interworkin& network. $!%ective to speci#y: -R7 IRP re' irements for 3;PP inter+workin& W.)-R7 for 3;PP inter+workin& W.)- incl din& new defined network elements 2W);, P1;, 3;PP ))) ser*er@pro<! and C)4 and related reference points2Wn, Wi, Wp, etc4 Sol tion Set for 3;PP inter+workin& W.)performance meas rements for 3;PP inter+workin& W.)-R7 IRP re' irements for e*ol*ed 3;PP network inter+workin& W.)-R7 for e*ol*ed 3;PP network inter+workin& W.)- incl din& new defined network elements 2eP1;, 3;PP ))) ser*er@pro<!, C), .7) and 7);4 and related reference points2s2a, s2( and s2c4 performance meas rements for e*ol*ed 3;PP inter+workin& W.)Sol tion Set for e*ol*ed 3;PP inter+workin& W.)-

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,1< A0004 4

Bner y Bfficiency rel"ted 4erfor*"nce <e"s%re*ents =,@9A00044


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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, Telecom Italia, $%ina 7o(ile, )lcatel+. cent, >odafone, ,ran&e, 1e tsc%e Telekom, HT8, -8$ "usti#ication: 3;PP S)9 %as (een re' ested (! 8TSI T$ 88 to identif! and define t%e ener&! efficienc! related performance meas rements for 8+5TR)-, se*eral liaisons 2see S9+121001, S9+12167", S9+122666, S9+136666, S9+ 136661, S9+1363994 %a*e (een made on t%is matter (etween 3;PP S)9, S), R)-2 and 8TSI T$ 88. ) Foint conference (etween 3;PP S)9and 8TSI T$ 88 was made at 7arc%.13 2613 2min tes in S9+136#6".4 3;PP proced re a&reed for cooperationI Step &: 0,SI 00 de#ines use cases* re<uire ents and glo!al C(Is to easure energy e##iciency.

Step ': 3A(( ,SA RA+ >A ' crosschec.s -hich o# the current L' easure ents?C(Is can !e used to #ul#il the re<uire ents or -hich ne- de#initions are needed. 3A(( ,S 36.3&: ay !e extended* i# issing L' easure ents are the only -ay to #ul#il the re<uire ents. Step 3: 9ased on steps & and ' SA5 provides the necessary additions to 3A(( ,S 3'.:'5. T%is work item is concentrated to cooperate wit% 8TSI T$ 88, 3;PP R)-2 and ot%er 3;PP W;s if needed, on ener&! efficienc! related performance meas rements for 8+5TR)- (ased on t%e a&reed proced re. $!%ective: For t%e se cases, re' irements and@or &lo(al BPIs pro*ided (! 8TSI T$ 88 related to ener&! efficienc!, (! cooperation wit% 3;PP R)-2 and if needed wit% ot%er 3;PP W;s, toI identif! w%et%er e<istin& performance meas rements and@or 71T data can (e re sed to s pport t%ese needsU define t%e new performance meas rements if neededU introd ce t%e rele*ant .2 performance meas rements if an! newl! defined (! R)-2 to S)9 specificationU repl! to 8TSI T$ 88 wit% t%e o tcome of work listed a(o*e in a formal approac%. -,T8I t%e work mentioned a(o*e s%all (e (ased onl! on formal re' ests 2e.&. (! .S4 from 8TSI T$ 88.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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,1< A200; 1 A201; 1 A202; 1

5A< "spects of Networ3 S#"rin =,@9A200;1


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:i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p 1N 1;N 0N G0perli#' S4-1(0A01 S4-1(0A01 S4-1(0A01 TSBTR St" e 1J2J( new -S (2.1(0 -.@: 5A< -S (2J2C.000-series +a e O!- aspe%ts of +etwor' S4ari#2 Concepts "nd re/%ire*ents 'St" e 1) St" e 2J(

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, )lcatel+. cent, C awei, HT8, 8ricsson, -8$, -S-, 1e tsc%e Telekom, TeliaSonera Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 32."91 St d! on ,)7 aspects of -etwork S%arin& 2FS3,)73SC)R84, Rel+6 -etwork S%arin& 2-TS%ar4 5I133161"
Pare#t :eature (or Stu"0 1te ) ,1< Title ;A00(1 Rel-12 5per"tions! Ad*inistr"tion! <"inten"nce "nd 4ro$isionin '5A<H4) ;400(2 Rel-12 SA;: St%dy on 5A< "spects of Networ3 S#"rin 'FS95A<9S&ARB) St%dy lin3ed to t#e Rel-A Networ3 S#"rin 'N-S#"r) =,@9(101C! SA1 22.8;1 'Ser$ice "spects "nd re/%ire*ents for networ3 s#"rin )! SA2 2(.2;1 'Networ3 S#"rin 0 Arc#itect%re) TS SA; %*+rell" Fe"t%re -R (2.C;1

"usti#ication: SP+116#33@ S9+112296I .S from S)D92 to all 3;PP W;s on M8' i*alent P.7- identities and 7inimiAation of 1ri*e Tests 271T4M, S)D92, R ne 2611, reconfirmedI In &eneral all new feat res 2or en%ancements to e<istin& feat res4 s%o ld contin e to (e desi&ned to work also for operators sin& 8' i*alent P.7- identities. If@w%en it is not possi(le to de*elop complete s pport for t%e 8P.7- concept 2i.e. -etworks sin& 8P.7%as t%e same feat res@capa(ilities and t%e same operational sit ation as a standalone P.7- networks4 t%en s c% de*iations s%o ld (e doc mented in rele*ant sta&e 1 and sta&e 2 specifications.

T%e applica(ilit! of t%ose statements needs to (e considered in S)9 for all new feat res @en%ancements. 71T and 8ner&! sa*in& are on&oin& work t%at will need s c% considerations. =ased on t%at, 3;PP S)9 %as performed in Rel+12 a st d! and anal!Aed t%e different -etwork s%arin& scenarios. T%e o tcome of t%e st d! is in TR 32."91 NSt d! on ,perations, )dministration and 7aintenance 2,)74 aspects of -etwork S%arin&L. Implication on 3;PP S)9 7ana&ement specifications of t%ese scenarios on s%ared -etwork, and ,)7 implications on Fa lt 7ana&ement, $onfi& ration 7ana&ement, 71T, $all Trace etc. %a*e to (e e*al ated. $!%ective: 3;PP S)9 %as performed a st d! and anal!Aed different -etwork s%arin& scenarios. T%e o tcome of t%e st d! is in TR 32."91 NSt d! on ,perations, )dministration and 7aintenance 2,)74 aspects of -etwork S%arin& L. T%is Work Item will address t%e c%an&es to t%e e<istin& specifications sin& TR 32."91 as reference. T%e potential impacts to 3;PP S)9 specifications identified in TR 32."91, cla se 9 and will (e sed as & idance for pdatin& t%e rele*ant 3;PP TSs. S)9 will iss e .Ss to t%e rele*ant 3;PP &ro ps if t%ere are (roader impacts to s pport network s%arin& for certain scenarios.

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Security Aspects: t%e work.

T%ere can (e potential impact and t%e nat re of t%e impact will (e determined d rin& t%e co rse of

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;C00; 1

S#ort <ess" e Ser$ice - Ser$ice Center 5ffline C#"r in =,@9;C00;1


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!%ro#0 S<S-SCC& G0perli#' S4140021 +otes S4EA( co*pleted TSBTR (2.240! (2.214! (2.281! (2.28C! (2.288 +a e S4ort -essa2e Servi%e - Servi%e (e#ter (S-S-S() Offli#e (4ar2i#2

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, )cision, ,penet, C awei


(orrespo#"i#2 sta2e 1 wor' ite ,#iFue 1< Title 4C01(0 St" e 1 for Syste* ,*pro$e*ents to <"c#ine -ype Co**%nic"tions 'S,<-C) TS 22.(AC

Ot4er 9ustifi%atio# TS (lause 2(.AC2 Arc#itect%re en#"nce*ents to f"cilit"te co**%nic"tions wit# p"c3et d"t" networ3s "nd "pplic"tions.

Re ar's

"usti#ication In Rel+11, )rc%itect ral en%ancements to facilitate comm nications wit% packet data networks and 7T$ applications were specified in TS 23.6"2. ) 1e*ice tri&&erin& f nctionalit! *ia 7o(ile Terminated S%ort 7essa&e ser*ice 27T+ S7S4, sin& T# Reference Point towards t%e S7S+S$, %as (een specified. W%en pro*ided (! a 3;PP -etwork, t%is de*ice tri&&erin& is realiAed (! 7o(ile Terminated S%ort 7essa&e ser*ice 27T+S7S4 deli*er! towards t%e ser*in& S;S-@778@7S$ entities, (ased on standard 7T+S7S proced res as specified in TS 23.6#6, or 7T+S7S deli*er! o*er I7S as specified in TS 23.26#. T%e -etwork entities 778 2from Rel+114, S;S- and 7S$ &enerate S7S c%ar&in& e*ents and@or $1Rs for S7S ser*ices pro*ided to t%e mo(ile s (scri(er res ltin& from s c% 7o(ile Terminated S%ort 7essa&e ser*ice 27T+S7S4 1e*ice Tri&&erin&. In roamin& sit ation 2e.& S;S- in >P.7-4, t%is allows t%e >P.7- to pro*ide T)P 2Transfer )cco nt Proced re4 for reconciliation wit% CP.7-, %owe*er no ,ffline $%ar&in& is specified in CP.7-. W%en t%e 7o(ile Terminated S%ort 7essa&e ser*ice 27T+S7S4 de*ice tri&&erin& is pro*ided (! a 3;PP -etwork, it s%o ld (e possi(le for t%is 3;PP -etwork to %a*e its own S7S $1Rs defined, for relations%ip wit% 7T$ ser*ice pro*ider. )lso for 7o(ile ,ri&inated S%ort 7essa&e ser*ice 27,+S7S4 ser*ice, t%e different -etwork entities 778 2From Rel+ 114, S;S-, 7S$ &enerate S7S c%ar&in& e*ents or@and $1Rs, and it wo ld also (e important to %a*e CP.7- S7S $1Rs defined for roamin& sit ations. T%e S7S+S$ is t%e most rele*ant -ode in CP.7- for s c% S7S offline c%ar&in& to (e definedI it would allow to collect SMS charging data w%ate*er t%e transport le*el selected for S7S ser*iceI S%ort 7essa&e delivered o*er $S@PS or over a generic IP CAN (SMS over IP). $!%ectivesI to specif! ,ffline $%ar&in& for t%e S%ort 7essa&e Ser*ice 2S7S4 from t%e S7S+S$, for 7o(ile ,ri&inated S%ort 7essa&e ser*ice 27,+S7S4 and 7o(ile Terminated S%ort 7essa&e ser*ice 27T+S7S4, (ased on t%e f nctional description in 3;PP TS 23.6#6 and on t%e S7S o*er IP in 3;PP TS 23.26#. )lso 1e*ice Tri&&erin& *ia T# specific se of 7o(ile Terminated S%ort 7essa&e ser*ice 27T+S7S4 will (e considered for S7S ,ffline $%ar&in& from S7S+S$. ,ffline c%ar&in& will (e defined wit% (ot% Rf, ;a and =<.

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Resources:
,1< A1004 1

C#"r in per ,4 - Connecti$ity Access Networ3 ',4-CAN) Session =,@9A10041


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!%ro#0 C&,4S :i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p (0N G0perli#' S41(0A42 +otes TSBTR (2.2;1! (2.28C! (2.288 +a e (4ar2i#2 per 1P - (o##e%tivit0 !%%ess +etwor' (1P-(!+) Sessio# (Sta2e 2>3)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ,ran&e, )llot $omm nications, $isco, R niper "usti#ication T%e Packet Switc%ed 2PS4 access c%ar&in& %as since t%e earl! 3;PP Releases (een or&aniAed aro nd t%e (earer 2for 2;@3;, t%e Packet 1ata Protocol 2P1P4 conte<t4, w%ereas t%ere is a possi(ilit! to set p m ltiple (earers in parallel in order to pro*ide differentiated ? alit! of Ser*ice 2?oS4 for t%e data traffic. T%e Traffic Flow Template determines o*er w%ic% (earer eac% packet s%all tra*el. Wit% 8*ol*ed Packet $ore 28P$4, t%e notion of Packet 1ata -etwork 2P1-4 connection 2in t%e domain of Polic! and $%ar&in& $ontrol 2P$$4 denoted as IP $onnecti*it! )ccess -etwork 2IP+$)-4 session4 introd ces a concept t%at collects all t%e (earers 2wit% 8P$ it is t%e 8PS (earer4 in one concept. T%e P$$ concept of IP+$)- session does t%e same t%in& for all t!pes of accesses. =efore t%e se of additional (earers wit%in t%e same IP+$)- session t%ere was no maFor difference (etween or&aniAin& t%e c%ar&in& aspects per (earer *ers s or&aniAin& c%ar&in& aro nd t%e IP+$)- session. Wit% t%e introd ction of applications like I7S and ot%er %i&% ' alit! ser*ices t%at need differentiated ?oS for t%e proper operation, it is time to e<plore t%e effects of or&aniAin& c%ar&in& per IP+$)- session 2i.e. for 8P$, t%is is t%e P1- connection4. $%ar&in& specifications incl de acco ntin& data reportin& and ' ota %andlin& to (e per (earer. In order to track and correlate c%ar&in& for t%at (earerI T%e ;atewa! ;PRS S pport -ode 2;;S-4 @ P1- ;atewa! 2P+;W4 &enerates a $%ar&in& Id t%at is ni' e wit%in t%e ;;S-@P+;W 2no re se wit%in a s fficientl! lon& time4 wit% t%e p rpose to identif! t%e (earer 2P1P conte<t or 8PS (earer4. T%e ;;S-@P+;W address for control si&nallin& ser*es as an identifier for t%e ;;S-@P+;W node. $%ar&in& Id and t%e address for control si&nallin& is re' ired in all report se' ences for t%e (earer, incl din& reports from ot%er nodes 2S;S- or Ser*in& ;atewa! 2S+;W44. T%e d ration of a (earer is potentiall! *er! lon&. T%erefore partial reportin&, w%ic% incl de se' ence n m(erin&, is defined for reportin& wit% $%ar&in& 1ata Records 2$1Rs4.

-oteI For Pro<! 7o(ile IP 2P7IP4 +(ased 8P$, t%e P+;W %andles acco ntin& data reportin& and ' ota %andlin& for t%e complete IP+$)- session as if it is a sin&le (earer tiliAin& concepts of ?oS $lass Identifier 2?$I4 and )llocation and Retention Priorit! 2)RP4 for data separation. Wit% t%e se of additional (earers wit%in t%e same IP+$)- session, t%e followin& aspects need attentionI 1. 2. ? ota fra&mentation a. Wit% one 1iameter session per (earer, ' ota m st (e allocated to eac% session independentl! leadin& to ' ota fra&mentation for t%e ser leadin& to denial of ser*ice d e to inade' ate f nds. )mo nt of acco ntin& and si&nallin& information. a. Reportin& incl des a lot of information t%at is *alid for t%e IP+$)- session. T%is data will (e replicated in all report streams for e*er! (earer. ) &ood part of it is %owe*er red ndant.

In 3;PP TS 23.263 2Polic! and c%ar&in& control arc%itect re4, t%e credit mana&ement for online c%ar&in& %as (een defined (! S)2 to operate per P1- connection for 8P$. T%e ;PRS 2;;S-4 %as (een left wit%o t an! c%an&e to allow for contin ed operation of le&ac! ;;S- nodes wit%o t an! c%an&e. T%e s%ift to se credit mana&ement per IP+$)- session in TS 23.263 is ali&ned wit% t%e c%an&e for ;< to operate per IP+$)- session and also remo*e an! knowled&e of indi*id al (earers from t%e Polic! and $%ar&in& R les F nction 2P$RF4 w%ile maintainin& ?oS awareness of ser*ices (ein& transported.

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$!%ectivesI T%is feat re pro*ides an IP+$)- session le*el c%ar&in& conte<t for (ot% on+line and off+line c%ar&in& o*er t%e ;! and ;A reference points in order to ac%ie*e t%e followin& (enefitsI 1. 2. 3. #. 9. 6. 7. ". 0. T%ere is one sin&le data si&nat re 2$%ar&in& Id, ;W address for control si&nallin&4 to identif! t%e IP+$)session. ,*er t%e same interface t%ere is F st one stream of data 2se' ence of $1Rs or 1iameter session4 to %andle t%e entire IP+$)- session simplif!in& t%e ser*er processin&. $onsolidated reportin& across all (earers (elon&in& to one IP+$)- session. ,n t%e ,$S side, an! ' ota reser*ation can (e coordinated across all of t%e (earers in t%e same IP+$)- session wit%o t an! special meas res on t%e ,nline $%ar&in& S!stem 2,$S4 side to identif! w%at sessions (elon& to t%e same IP+$)- session. )*oids pro*idin& red ndant IP+$)- session data s c% as location, TH, R)T t!pe, ser*in& S;S-@S;W, V T%ere is a red ced demand for ni' e $%ar&in& Id *al es. $onsistenc! (etween polic! scope o*er ;< reference point and c%ar&in& scope of ;!@;A reference points. $onsistenc! (etween P7IP+ and ;TP+(ased 8P$ network c%ar&in&. Red ction in t%e n m(er of 1iameter sessions maintained.

$om(inin& t%e data for t%e w%ole IP+$)- session to one set of data remo*es t%e str ct re for reportin& (earer 28PS (earer4 parameters, from w%ic% t%e (earer ?oS settin& traditionall! %as (een of interest for ?oS+oriented c%ar&in&. $ompensation for t%e loss of t%at possi(ilit! s%o ld (e considered in order to maintain ?oS awareness of t%e ser*ices (ein& transported. In order to s pport (ackward compati(ilit!, contin ed s pport for (earer le*el conte<t c%ar&in& is mandator!. T%e work will in*esti&ate %ow session le*el conte<t c%ar&in& co ld (e ena(led as an optional en%ancement to replace t%e (earer le*el conte<t c%ar&in& in a li*e deplo!ment.

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,1< A1004 2

C#"r in %sin "n Altern"ti$e Ro"*in 4ro$ider =,@9A10042


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!%ro#0 C&AR4 :i#is4 1CJ0AJ201 4 (o p A;N G0perli#' S41(042C +otes S4EA2 -S (2.21A$100 for ,nfor*"tion TSBTR (2.240! (2.288! New -Ss T(2.21A ':oice C"ll Ser$ice C#"r in )! (2.28( '4roxy F%nction)U +a e (4ar2i#2 usi#2 a# !lter#ative Roa i#2 Provi"er (Sta2e 2>3)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, Telefonica, ,ran&e, Telekom ) stria, C awei, ,penet "usti#ication T%e Tec%nical Re' irement ;ro p 2TR;4 esta(lis%ed to meet 8 ropean $ommission re& lations on roamin& is workin& on tec%nical re' irements for implementation of roamin& n( ndlin& for 85 roamin& re& lation III. ,ne of t%e alternati*e sol tions for roamin& n( ndlin&, called MSin&le I7SIM, is implemented t%ro &% interworkin& (etween t%e )lternati*e Roamin& Pro*ider 2)RP4 and t%e 1omestic Ser*ice Pro*ider 21SP4. Sin&le International 7o(ile S (scri(er Identit! 2I7SI4 re ses t%e e<istin& w%olesale a&reements of Come operators, capitaliAin& on t%e roamin& a&reements comprised of si&nallin&, (illin&, pa!ment, testin& and operation (etween t%e %ome and t%e *isited operator. In t%is form of n( ndlin&, t%ere is a separation of f nctions (etween t%e 1SP and t%e )RP. Two of t%e domains t%at are ass med (! t%e )RP are t%e $%ar&in& 1omain and t%e =illin& 1omain. ,f t%e interfaces in*ol*ed to s pport t%e $%ar&in& 1omain, t%is work item is foc ssed solel! on online c%ar&in& of $irc it+switc%ed 2$S4 ser*ices. $ rrent 3;PP specifications tiliAe $)78. )pplication Part 2$)P4, (ased on $)78.@I- tec%nolo&!, for transfer of online c%ar&in& e*ents and credit mana&ement for $S ser*ices. For c%ar&in& of ot%er network ser*ices, s c% as S7S, 77S, ;PRS, and I7S, t%e 3;PP specifications tiliAe 1iameter, an IP+(ased protocol, for transfer of online c%ar&in& e*ents and credit mana&ement. 7an! operators %a*e deplo!ed s!stems t%at e<tend t%e standard 1iameter protocol wit% proprietar! e<tensions 2i.e., additional )ttri( te >al e Pairs + )>Ps4 to s pport online c%ar&in& for $S ser*ices. T%ese proprietar! met%ods ma! not interoperate wit% eac% ot%er and wo ld not (e s ita(le for internetwork si&nallin& as wo ld (e re' ired to s pport t%e 85 roamin& re& lations. TR; %as proposed t%e incl sion of an alternati*e interface (ased on 1iameter for t%e c%ar&in& of $S ser*ices for t%e followin& reasonsI CarmoniAation of online interfaces sin& 1iameter+(ased interface for t%e c%ar&in& of all t%e re& lated ser*ices w%ic% s%all (e mana&ed (! t%e )lternati*e Roamin& Pro*ider 2)RP4, simplif!in& )RP inte&ration. Isolation of $)78. roamin& a&reements (etween 1SP and >P.7- for )RP implementations, red cin& t%e possi(ilit! of interopera(ilit! iss es and red cin& t%e need for compati(ilit! testin&. T%e maFor criteria for separation of f nctions are mod larit!, information %idin&, co plin& minimiAation and co%esion ma<imiAation. In t%at wa!, it wo ld (e desira(le to keep call control f nctions pro*ided (! a $)78. S$P in t%e 1SP domain. Wit%o t a 1iameter+(ased interface and onl! %a*in& t%e option of $)P means additional o(li&ations ma! (e re' ested to )RPs 2e.&., tri&&er answer and disconnect ma! onl! (e pro*ided in notification mode4 In order to a*oid t%e c%an&e of t%e call control flows and ser*ice orc%estration implemented (! t%e 1SP. $!%ective: To s pport t%e 85 roamin& n( ndlin&, t%is work item proposesI

Specification of a standard interface, (ased on 1iameter, for t%e 1SP *oice call pro<! f nction to t%e )RP. Specification of a 1SP *oice call pro<! f nction and mappin& recommendations (etween $ stomised )pplications for 7o(ile 8n%anced .o&ic 2$)78.4 and 1iameter.

T%e concept of *oice call s%all (e interpreted as an! $irc it+switc%ed call, w%ate*er t%e teleser*ice sed 2speec%, 3.1 kCA a dio, Fa<, or $S data4 e<cept circ it+switc%ed >ideo Telep%on! calls 2=S 37, 6# k(it@s nrestricted di&ital info mode4.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, )lcatel+. cent, $%ina 7o(ile, 8ricsson, C awei, ,ran&e )li&n S)9 $%ar&in& specifications wit% Rel+" Feat re I7S $entraliAed Ser*ice control 2I$SR)4 and s (se' ent en%ancements nder T8I< 2S)2 23.202 I$SR) Sta&e 2, $T3 20.202, $T1 2#.667, 2#.6114
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SA2 -S 2(.282 ,4 <%lti*edi" S%+syste* ',<S) centr"lized ser$ices0 St" e 2 nJ" C-( -S 28.282 ,nterwor3in +etween t#e ,4 <%lti*edi" ',<) Core Networ3 'CN) s%+syste* ',<S) "nd <SC Ser$er for ,<S Centr"lized Ser$ices ',CS) C-1 -S 24.A01 5ri in"tin ,dentific"tion 4resent"tion '5,4) "nd 5ri in"tin ,dentific"tion Restriction '5,R) %sin ,4 <%lti*edi" ',<) Core Networ3 'CN) s%+syste*0 4rotocol specific"tion C-1 -S 24.A11 Closed =ser Iro%p 'C=I) %sin ,4 <%lti*edi" ',<) Core Networ3 'CN) s%+syste*! 4rotocol Specific"tion

"usti#ication T%e 3;PP S)2 TS 23.202 specifies t%e f nctionalit! for I7S $entraliAed Ser*ices 2I$S4 in 7o(ile+ser*ices Switc%in& $entre 27S$4 ser*er for t%e interworkin& wit% t%e S$$ )S. 8n%ancements for $irc it Switc%ed 2$S4 domain $%ar&in& in 7S$ ser*er for I$S for I2 calls are c rrentl! not descri(ed. $!%ective: to ali&n t%e S)9 $%ar&in& specifications wit% t%e Rel+" Feat re WI1 2SP+67602#4 and s (se' ent en%ancements nder T8I< of t%e Feat re MI7S $entraliAed Ser*ice control 2I$SR)4O 2$P+1363924. T%e followin& aspects will (e co*eredI Introd ction of a new $1R t!pe in t%e 7S$ ser*er for I7S $entraliAed Ser*ices related I7S re&istration (ased on operator optionU 7odification of e<istin& $1R t!pes for 7, and 7T ori&inated calls in t%e 7S$ Ser*er for I7S $entraliAed Ser*ices (ased on operator option U )dF stments related to I$S w%ic% were implemented nder T8I0, T8I16 or T8I11 in t%e correspondin& $T1 and $T3 specifications and %a*e impact on t%e 7S$ Ser*er $%ar&in& for I$S 2e.&. corrections on Pri*ac! %eader field in TS 2#.667, addition of t%e $5; fail re indication in TS 2#.69# or introd ction of d!namic (arrin& of sers for I$= in TS 2#.6114.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, )TET, 1e tsc%e Telekom, C awei Sta&e 3 21ependenc! I8TF 8$RIT on PS)P call (ack4. F lfil S)1@2 Rel+7 87$1 re's 5I13326#9 PS domain and I7S impacts for s pportin& I7S 8mer&enc! calls 2related to == 5I131693 8mer&enc! $all 8n%ancements for IPE PS =ased $alls "usti#ication Since Rel+7 and t%e introd ction of I7S emer&enc! calls, t%ere %as (een a re' irement to s pport PS)P call (ack and to (e a(le to %andle s pplementar! ser*ices accordin&l!. 8<tract from S)1 re' irements 2TS 22.1614I M&f the incoming call can be identified by the core networ' as a call-bac' to an emergency call (i#e# coming from a )S*)+ then supplementary services at the terminating party shall be handled as described in $S %%#,-. /4!0 for Multimedia $elephony (e#g# 1ommunication 2iversion, 1ommunication 3old, 1ommunication Barring+# 45$67 $here is no specific call-bac' requirement for 1S supplementary services# * call-bac' may be attempted for a period of time defined by local regulations after the emergency call release# &n case of a 86 in limited service state, call-bac' is not required# M 8<tract from S)2 re' irements 2TS 23.1674I M,%# $he architecture shall enable emergency centres and )S*)s to request a )S*) call bac' session to a 86 with which the 6mergency centres or )S*)s had an emergency session, if the 86 is registered (i#e# containing valid credentials+# )S*) call bac' is sub9ect to local regulation#M and M$he M:1; may7 - 2etermine based on the operator policy if an incoming call form the )S$4 is for the purpose of )S*) call-bac'# $he operator policy decision may be based on that the call is from an emergency centre or from a )S*) and<or any other information made available to the M:1;# - &nclude a =)S*) call-bac' indication= in the S&) session establishment request if an incoming call is determined to be for the purpose of )S*) call-bac'#M $T1 %a*e since Rel+7 tried to sol*e t%e PS)P call (ack re' irement o*er t%e !ears 2wit% t%e %elp of I8TF4, ( t no resol tion %a*e so far (een made, and rat%er low interest %a*e (een s%own in I8TF. T%ere is a need to eit%er sol*e t%e S)1 and S)2 re' irements once and for all, or report (ack to S)1 and S)2 t%at t%is is a task t%at $T1 is incapa(le to sol*e. T%is WI1 proposes t%at a new effort is p t in into t%e work, and a resol tion is tr!in& to (e fo nd wit%in t%e c rrent release. $!%ectiveI to implement I7S emer&enc! call(ack from PS)P, wit% e<plicit indicator accordin& S)1 and S)2. Pro&ress of t%is WI1 depends on pro&ress of t%e related work in I8TF 8$RIT on PS)P call (ack.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, R niper -etworks, 8ricsson, )lcatel+. cent, HT8
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title (2000 Rel-C Fe"t%re: Syste* Arc#itect%re B$ol%tion - B$ol$ed 4"c3et Syste* 'non RAN "spects) ; relatio#s4ip -

"usti#ication From t%e Rel+" *ersion of 3;PPs an operator can se non+3;PP defined R)Ts 2e.&. W.)-4 to access t%e 8*ol*ed Packet $ore 28P$4. T%e arc%itect re reference model for 8PS defined (! 3;PP S)2Ps TS 23.#62 pro*ides t%e possi(ilit! of sin& W.)-, and f rt%er to t%is specifies a new reference point called S;i (etween t%e P1- &atewa! 2P+ ;W4 and a packet data network 2P1-4. T%e P1- ma! (e an operator e<ternal p (lic or pri*ate P1- or an intra+ operator P1-, e.&. for pro*ision of I7S ser*ices. T%e P+;W pro*ides connecti*it! from t%e 58 to e<ternal P1-s (! (ein& t%e point of e<it and entr! of traffic for t%e 58. T%e S;i reference point as per 3;PP TS 23.#62 corresponds to ;i and Wi f nctionalities and s pports an! 3;PP and non+3;PP access s!stems. T%e S;i reference point %as (een defined as part of 3;PP $T3Ps TS 20.661 2;i4. T%is is *alid for (ot% 3;PP accesses and non+3;PP accesses for interworkin& (etween 8P$ P.7- and e<ternal networks. Cowe*er t%ere are some interworkin& aspects t%at are not f ll! specified. T%e lack of of some interworkin& to e<ternal networks ma! res lt in ndesira(le effects since t%ere is a lack of 3;PP to pro*ide t%is packet domain interworkin& to e<ternal networks. 3;PP $T3Ps TS 20.161 specifies t%e Wi reference point and was prod ced d rin& t%e de*elopment of interworkin& W.)- 2I+W.)-4 in Rel+6. Cowe*er, pdates to 3;PP TS 20.161 to define t%e proced res for packet domain interworkin& (etween a P.7- wit% W.)- to access t%e 8P$ and a P1- seem not appropriate considerin& t%at t%e scope of 3;PP TS 20.661 alread! co*ers t%ose interworkin& aspects. In addition, 3;PP TS 20.161 is *er! partic lar to I+W.)- and does not matc% t%e arc%itect ral model of W.)- access to 8P$ as well as not all deplo!ment scenarios are considered. $!%ectives: to capt re t%e missin& proced res necessar! for packet domain interworkin& (etween a P.7- wit% W.)- to access t%e 8P$ and a P1-. T%e P1- ma! (e an operator e<ternal p (lic or pri*ate P1- or an intra+operator P1-, e.&. for pro*ision of I7S ser*ices. T%e work also incl des t%e definition of t%e se of R)1I5S or 1I)78T8R for t%e allocation of t%e IP address from an e<ternal P1- 2w%ic% ses R)1I5S or 1I)78T8R4. =ot% ntr sted and also tr sted W.)- access network scenarios are on foc s.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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:i#is4 04J0(J201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 100N 88N 8;N G0perli#' C41(04C0 C41(04C0 R41(0(8C StatusBReport R4-1400AC +otes C4EA( co*pleted C4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 R4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 TSBTR 2(.041 2(.001! 28.1AC (A.41( +a e (T1 (Sta2e 2) (T4 (Sta2e 2>3) RAN( Core p"rt: 42S ResetJF"il%reJRest"rt in 2"rnin <ess" e @eli$ery in 6-B

Supporting Individual Me !ers: one2man!, C awei, T+7o(ile 5S, BP-, )cision, 1e tsc%e Telekom, ,ran&e Sta&e 1 for $ell =roadcast does not e<ist. T%is WI1 en%ances t%e reportin& capa(ilities of Warnin& 7essa&e 1eli*er!. Introd ce .T8 f nctionalit! re' ested (! re& lators, e' i*alent to e<istin& 2;@3; f nctionalit!. "usti#ication $ rrentl!, Warnin& 7essa&e 1eli*er! in .T8 is specified as a fire+and+for&et t!pe of ser*ice. T%e 778 onl! acknowled&es t%e receipt of a Write Replace Warnin& Re' est, ( t does not report in w%ic% area t%e messa&e will not start (roadcastin&, nor does it report as a response to a Stop Warnin& 7essa&e re' est in w%ic% area t%e messa&e %as (roadcasted. 7essa&e ori&inators 2&o*ernment a t%orit! t%at wants to (roadcast P (lic Warnin& 7essa&es4 re' ire knowin& if warnin& t%e pop lation is likel! to (e s ccessf l, or if alternati*e means of warnin& citiAens need to (e considered. 7o(ile operators re' ire knowin& if t%e! f lfil t%e ser*ice re' irements of t%eir &o*ernment and %a*e act all! (roadcast P (lic Warnin& messa&es to citiAens. T%e $=$ can report in 2; and 3; to f lfil t%e a(o*e re' irements, ( t in .T8 t%is is not c rrentl! possi(le. $!%ectivesI to en%ance t%e reportin& capa(ilities of Warnin& 7essa&e 1eli*er! in .T8 e' i*alent to w%at is c rrentl! possi(le in 2; and 3;U (! considerin&@assessin& in partic lar t%e followin& possi(le c%an&esI a4 778 reportin& to t%e $=$ nknown Trackin& )reas in w%ic% t%e messa&e cannot (e (roadcastedU (4 778 reportin& to t%e $=$, pon re' est of t%e $=$, in w%ic% warnin& areas initiatin& messa&e (roadcast was s ccessf l, as reported (! e-=sU c4 778 reportin& to t%e $=$, pon re' est of t%e $=$, in w%ic% warnin& area t%e messa&e %as (een cancelled and %ow often t%e messa&e was (roadcastedU d4 capa(ilit! for t%e $=$ to stop (roadcastin& of all messa&es in an area. 2e.&. w%en messa&es are still (roadcastin&, w%ic% s%o ld %a*e (een cancelled, ( t werenPt for nknown reasons4U e4 e-ode= reportin& to t%e $=$ on 2 n+4a*aila(ilit! of cells for (roadcastin& warnin& messa&es. e-ode=s (ecomin& a*aila(le for (roadcastin& 2e4 will tri&&er a restoration proced re w%ic% falls nder t%e responsi(ilit! of $T#. $oordination wit% R)-3 is e<pected for o(Fecti*es impactin& t%e R)- 2d and e4.

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Resources:
,1< ;C011 2 A0000 C A2001 1

SR:CC +efore rin in =,@9;C0012


$1,$3,R9
G0perli#' C4-1(0218 C4-1(0218 R4-1(1818 StatusBRep ort R4-140422 +otes C4EA0 co*pleted C4EA0 co*pleted R4EA( co*pleted. -estin for C-1 -S 24.2(1 ',<S ser$ice contin%ity St" e () TSBTR 24.00C! 24.2(1 28.1A; (4.228-1! (4.228-2! (A.;2(-1! (A.;2(-2 +a e (T1 part (T3 part Test part

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -TT 1,$,7, , -T$, C awei, Sams n&, -S-, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, -8$
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) I ,1< Title (800; Rel-C Fe"t%re A ,<S Ser$ice Contin%ity ',<S-Cont) +ature of relatio#s4ip -S 2(.2(1 Rel-12 CRE0444 %nder -B,12 ,4 <%lti*edi" S%+syste* ',<S) Ser$ice Contin%ity0 St" e 2

"usti#ication In Rel+16, s pport for PS to $S SR>$$ access transfer of a call in t%e alertin& p%ase was specified in TS 2#.237 and TS 2#.66". Cowe*er, t%ere is c rrentl! no s pport for PS to $S SR>$$ access transfer of a call in t%e pre+alertin& p%ase 2e.&. after t%e SR>$$ 58 %as recei*ed a SIP 1"3 2Session pro&ress4 response containin& t%e S1P answer and (efore t%e SIP 1"6 2Rin&in&4 response %as (een recei*ed4. If t%e 58 recei*es earl! media or anno ncements from t%e network in t%e pre+alertin& p%ase, t%e network will not perform SR>$$ of t%e I7S session in t%e pre+alertin& p%ase, t% s impactin& t%e ser e<perience. PS to $S SR>$$ of ori&inatin& call in t%e pre+alertin& p%ase %as now (een specified in Rel+12 in Sta&e 2 specification TS 23.237 2$R - m(erI 6###4 nder T8I12 as s%own in s (cla ses 3.1, #.3.1.2.2, 9.3.#.1, 6.3.2.1.#.#d, 6.3.2.1.#e, 6.3.2.1.7(. 5pdates are re' ired to t%e Sta&e 3 specifications to implement t%e Sta&e 2 re' irements, and t% s complete t%e work. $!%ectivesI to implement t%e specification for t%e PS to $S SR>$$ access transfer of a call in pre+alertin& p%ase (ased on Rel+12 sta&e 2 specification TS 23.237. In t%is WI1, onl! PS to $S SR>$$ of an ori&inatin& call in t%e pre+alertin& p%ase is co*ered. T%e PS to $S SR>$$ of an ori&inatin& call in t%e pre+alertin& p%ase can (e s pported onl! if t%e PS to $S SR>$$ of a ori&inatin& call in t%e alertin& p%ase is s pported.

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Resources:
,1< ;C001 4 A0100 2 ;C001 ; A1100 1

,<S St" e ( ,B-F 4rotocol Ali n*ent - p#"se A =,@9;C001(


$1,$3,I8TF
:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p C0N ;0N 10N ;0N G0perli#' C4-12080; C4-12080; C4-12080; C4-12080; +otes Not co*pleted internetdr"ft Not co*pleted internetdr"ft TSBTR 2(.21C! 24.228! 24.8(0 dr"ft-#ol*+er -sipcore-recei$ed-re"l* 28.1A(! 28.1A; dr"ft-#ol*+er -sipcore-recei$ed-re"l* +a e (T1 part (1*T:) (T1 (T3 part (1*T:) (T3

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, 8ricsson, C awei, -S-, Researc% in 7otion, ST+8ricsson "usti#ication In Rel+9, t%e I7S was defined to s pport IP 7 ltimedia ser*ices. T%e feat re set in Rel+9 pro*ides a (asis for IP 7 ltimedia s pport. )t Rel+6, 7, ", 0, 16 and 11 f rt%er work was identified. )t Rel+12 t%e need for ot%er new capa(ilities is (ein& identified, and t%ere is still si&nificant on&oin& work in I8TF t%at s%o ld (e doc mented in relation to its impact on I7S. In &eneral t%is work item is a(o t maintainin& ali&nment of t%e de*elopment of t%e SIP sed in I7S wit% t%at c rrentl! defined (! I8TF. S c% c%an&es are principall! t%e end+to+end or end+to+application s pport of information wit%o t necessaril! t%e need for ot%er core network de*elopments 2s c% as interworkin&4, and &o (eneat% t%e le*el of detail of w%at is re' ired from t%e sta&e 1 and sta&e 2 descriptions. Ca*in& said t%at, t%ere ma! (e minor sta&e 1 and sta&e 2 en%ancements prod ced nder T8I12, or minor sta&e 1@sta&e 2 re' irements comin& from 3;PP2, ,7) or 8TSI 82-) t%at co ld (e f rt%er de*eloped at sta&e 3 nder t%is work item. $!%ectivesI 1. areas to (e considered areI

8ns re protocol ali&nment (etween 3;PP Sta&e 3 I7S work and I8TF. Re*iew of e<istin& and f t re capa(ilities pro*ided in SIP (! I8TF, and pro*ide doc mentation as w%et%er t%ese capa(ilities are s pported in t%e I7 $- s (s!stem or not.

In addition to t%e a(o*e listed items, t%ere ma! (e minor tec%nical impro*ements and en%ancements to I7S, not of s fficient si&nificance to (e normall! co*ered (! a work item, t%at can (e dealt wit% (! t%is work item. T%e scope of t%is WI1 is protocol ali&nment, and t%ose capa(ilities t%at ma! lead to new or en%anced I7S applications are not dealt wit% as part of t%is WI1. T%e c%an&es are limited to SIP and S1P related iss es.

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Resources:
,1< ;C0011 ;C001C ;C0018

SAB 4rotocol @e$elop*ent - 4#"se ( =,@9;C001A


$1
:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p C0N C0N C0N G0perli#' C4120104 C4120104 C4120104 TSBTR 2(.122! 24.00C! 24.1A1! 24.228! 24.(01! 24.(02! 24.(0(! 24.(04! 24.(0;! 24.(12! 28.01C! 28.11C 2(.122! 24.00C! 24.1A1! 24.228! 24.(01! 24.(02! 24.(0(! 24.(04! 24.(0;! 24.(12! 28.01C! 28.11C 2(.122! 24.00C! 24.1A1! 24.228! 24.(01! 24.(02! 24.(0(! 24.(04! 24.(0;! 24.(12! 28.01C! 28.11C +a e S!* Proto%ol <evelop e#t (Sta2e 3) - P4ase 3 (S :all3a%' i# *PS - P4ase 3 S!* for support for #o#-3GPP a%%esses - P4ase 3

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Inter1i&ital, )lcatel+. cent, 8ricsson, C awei, CiSilicon, -8$, -S-, Renesas 7o(ile, Researc% in 7otion, Sams n&, ST+8ricsson Sta&e 3 contin ation of Rel+" Feat re S)8S 23;PP S!stem )rc%itect re 8*ol tion + 8*ol*ed Packet S!stem4 5I13326669 T%is work item collects t%e minor S)8 de*elopments re' ired in Rel+12, and packa&es t%em nder a sin&le WI. T%ere ma! (e minor sta&e 1 and sta&e 2 en%ancements prod ced nder T8I12, or minor sta&e 1@sta&e 2 re' irements comin& from 3;PP2 t%at co ld (e f rt%er de*eloped at sta&e 3 nder t%is work item. -ote t%at t%is work item also incl des sta&e 2 doc mentation for t%e 58 in idle mode. It is e<pected t%at m c% of t%e work in t%is WI1 will not %owe*er re' ire separate sta&e 1 and sta&e 2 de*elopment. "usti#ication In Rel", .T8 was added as an access tec%nolo&!. T%e feat re set in Rel+" pro*ides a (asis for 8PS s pport. )t Rel+0, 16 and 11 f rt%er work was identified. )t Rel+12 t%e need for ot%er new capa(ilities is (ein& identified. $!%ectivesI T%ere ma! (e tec%nical impro*ements and en%ancements to 8PS, not of s fficient si&nificance to (e normall! co*ered (! a work item, t%at can (e dealt wit% (! t%is work item. T%e scope of t%e work also incl desI 1. 2. S c% c%an&es relatin& to S)8 in*ol*ed in $S fall(ack 2incl din& S;s en%ancements4 or $S fall(ack to 1< 2) separate acron!m is re' ested for t%is set of work MS)8S3+$SF=M4. Impact on ;PRS relatin& to interworkin& wit% .T8.

$%an&es relatin& to t%e s pport of 8P$ on non+3;PP accesses are co*ered on t%e separate acron!m MS)8S3+ non3;PPM T%e work does not co*er PS domain en%ancements w%ere parallel c%an&es are identified to (ot% 8PS and ;PRS. T%e work also does not co*er c%an&es to %ome -ode = and %ome e-ode =. T%e work also does not co*er c%an&es or en%ancements to f nctionalit! related to mac%ine+t!pe comm nications 27T$4. T%e work item is not a s (stit te for iss es w%ere a feat re %as alread! (een created (! ot%er W; 2a separate ( ildin& (lock s%o ld (e created for t%at WI14, or for work in*ol*in& si&nificant c%an&es o*er m ltiple $Rs in $T1 2w%ere a separate feat re WI1 s%o ld (e created4.

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Resources:
,1< ;C0021 ;C0022

,<-SSF Applic"tion Ser$er Ser$ice @"t" @escriptions =,@9;C0020


$#,$1
+a e Sta2e 2 Sta2e 3 Resour%e C1 C4 G0perli#' C4-1201;A C4-1201;A +otes C4E;8 co*pleted C4EA0 co*pleted TSBTR 2(.21C 28.(2C! 28.(28! 28.(A4

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, Telecom Italia, $%ina 7o(ile )dd new ser*ices to (e descri(ed for )S Interopera(ilit!
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title 41000 Rel-C Fe"t%re: ( ,<S Applic"tion Ser$er Ser$ice @"t" @escriptions for AS interoper"+ility ',<S9AS,5),<S Applic"tion Ser$er Ser$ice @"t" @escriptions for AS interoper"+ility +ature of relatio#s4ip ,ntrod%ction of new ser$ices to +e descri+ed for AS ,nteroper"+ility.

"usti#ication StandardiAin& t%e data formats for I7S $)78. ser*ices wo ld facilitate interoperation amon& application ser*ers. StandardiAation of ser*ice data o*er S% was alread! ac%ie*ed for 77T8. ser*ices as specified in t%e TS 20.36# for application ser*er interopera(ilit!. T%ere are ot%er kinds of ser*ices, e.&. I7S $)78. ser*ices, %a*in& a similar iss e for one I7+SSF application ser*er to make se of data defined for anot%er I7+SSF application ser*er. Interopera(ilit! co ld (e ac%ie*ed not onl! amon& I7+SSF application ser*ers pro*idin& t%e same ser*ice capa(ilities for load (alancin& or red ndant p rpose, ( t amon& I7+SSF application ser*ers and ot%ers pro*idin& different ser*ice capa(ilities, e.&. t%ere mi&%t (e some interaction (etween I7+SSF application ser*er and 77T8. application ser*er w%en pro*idin& >T+$SI and $all =arrin& or $all Forwardin& s pplementar! ser*ices for a specific ser. If t%e data format is standardiAed, it is also possi(le to se it for s!nc%roniAation of t%e I7S $)78. ser*ice data stored in t%e I7S CSS and I7+SSF )S wit% t%e $S $)78. ser*ice data stored in t%e $S C.R, as for data s!nc%roniAation of ot%er s pplementar! ser*ices standardiAed. $!%ectivesI to address t%e transport of t%e I7S $)78. ser*ice data wit% t%e protocol as defined for S% interface, and to standardiAe t%e :7. format of t%e ser*ice data for I7S $)78. ser*ices sed (! I7+SSF )S and ot%er possi(le )S considerin& feat re interaction, incl din& ,+I7+$SI, 1+I7+$SI and >T+I7+$SI.

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Resources:
,1< ;8001; ;C012(

@i"*eter +"sed interf"ce +etween SISN "nd S<S centr"l f%nctions =,@9;C002(
$#,$1
Resour%e C1 C4 G0perli#' C4-1(04(1 C4-1(04(1 +otes C4EA2 co*pleted C4EA2 co*pleted TSBTR 2(.040 28.002! 28.2(0! 28.212! 28.(0;! 28.((A! 28.((1! 28.((C +a e Sta2e 2 Sta2e 3

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, -S-, $isco, >odafone, )cision "usti#ication 7)P+(ased ;d interface %as (een defined (etween t%e S;S- and t%e central S7S f nctions 2S7S+;7S$, S7S+ IW7S$, S7S Ro ter4. In t%e 8*ol*ed Packet S!stem 28PS4, wit% t%e introd ction of S7S in 778, 1iameter (ased interface %a*e (een defined to s pport S7S o*er 8PSI t%e S;d interface (etween t%e 778 and t%e central S7S f nctions and t%e S6c interface (etween CSS and t%e central S7S f nctions. )t t%is sta&e, t%e onl! remainin& 7)P+ (ased interface for S7S in 8PS is t%e ;d interface (etween t%e S;S- and central S7S f nctions. In 8PS, we %a*e adopted t%e &eneral principle to a*oid rel!in& on 7)P 2apart interworkin& cases wit% le&ac! entities4 (ased interfaces and adopt I8TF (ased protocols s c% as 1iameter. T%is principle is applied in t%e WI M1iameter (ased interface (etween S;S-+;7.$M w%ere a 1iameter *ersion of t%e 7)P (ased .& interface (etween S;S- and ;7.$ is specified. It is proposed to define a 1iameter *ariant for t%e protocol sed o*er t%e e<istin& ;d reference point (etween S;S- and central S7S f nctions 2S7S+;7S$, S7S+IW7S$, S7S Ro ter4. T%is does not impact sta&e 2 f nctional entities and t%eir (e%a*io rs defined for S7S. T%is replaces t%e se of 7)P protocols (! 1iameter ones (etween S;S- and central S7S f nctions. 1efinin& a 1iameter+(ased interface (etween t%e S;S- and t%e central S7S f nctions will allow t%e possi(ilit! to rel! on a p re 1iameter+(ased control plane for S7S o*er 8PS, wit% $entral S7S f nctions s pportin& onl! 1iameter+ (ased interface towards 8PS network entities 2778, S;S-, CSS4. 7oreo*er, a com(ined node s pportin& 778 and S;S- f nctions wo ld %a*e to s pport onl! one protocol for S7S o*er 8PS. $!%ectivesI to specif! t%e sta&e 3 c%an&es to introd ce 1iameter (ased interfaces (etween t%e S;S- and t%e central S7S f nctions 2S7S+;7S$, S7S+IW7S$, S7SRo ter4 for S7S o*er 8PS and will compriseI + 1efinin& 1iameter+(ased f nctional e' i*alent of 7)P+(ased ;d interface (etween t%e S;S- and t%e central S7S f nctions (! re sin& and e<tendin& t%e constr cts a*aila(le for t%e 1iameter (ased S;d interface 2(etween t%e 778 and t%e central S7S f nctions4. T%is 1iameter+(ased interface is applica(le onl! to t%e S;Ss pportin& 8PS (ased interfaces and protocols. In*esti&atin& and possi(l! standardisin& an en%ancement to %a*e onl! one 7T S7 deli*er! 1iameter messa&e to a com(ined 778@S;S- node. It incl des t%e impact on t%e interface (etween t%e com(ined 778@S;Snode and t%e central S7S f nctions and on t%e interface (etween t%e CSS and t%e S7S+;7S$@S7S Ro ter to indicate if t%e 778 and S;S- are collocated.

In addition, S7S sta&e 2 will (e pdated to s%ow t%e options of deplo!in& 1iameter (ased interfaces (etween t%e S;Sand t%e central S7S f nctions, in addition to e<istin& 7)P (ased ;d interfaces.

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Resources:
,1< ;C002 4

@i"*eter +"sed interf"ce +etween SISN-I<6C =,@9;C0024


$#
G0perli#' C41(0;8C +otes C4EA2 co*pleted TSBTR 28.002! 28.112! 28.11(! 28.2(0! 28.212 +a e <ia eter 3ase" i#terfa%e 3etwee# SGS+-G-C( (Sta2e 3)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: $isco, ,ran&e, -S-, HT8, -8$, )ndrew $orporation, )lcatel+. cent -o Sta&e 2 impact. 1efine a 1iameter *ariant for t%e protocol sed o*er e<istin& reference points (etween S;S- and ;7.$ for .$S 2replace t%e se of 7)P (! 1iameter protocol4 "usti#ication 7)P+(ased .& interface %as (een defined (etween ;7.$ and 7S$ in t%e $S domain and (etween ;7.$ and S;Sin t%e PS domain. 1 rin& t%e initial desi&n of 8*ol*ed Packet S!stem 28PS4, 1iameter (ased interface %a*e (een defined to s pport .$S o*er 8PSI t%e S.% interface (etween t%e ;7.$ and t%e CSS and t%e S.& (etween t%e ;7.$ and t%e 778. )t t%is sta&e, t%e onl! remainin& 7)P+(ased interface in t%e .$S control plane for 8PS is t%e .& interface (etween t%e ;7.$ and t%e S;S-. ,n t%e ot%er %and, in 8PS, we %a*e adopted t%e &eneral principle to a*oid rel!in& on 7)P 2apart interworkin& cases wit% le&ac! entities4 (ased interface and adopt I8TF (ased protocols s c% as 1iameter. It is proposed to define a 1iameter *ariant for t%e protocol sed o*er e<istin& reference points (etween S;S- and ;7.$ for .$S. It does not impact an! sta&e 2 f nctional entities and t%eir (e%a*io rs defined for t%e .$S. It replaces t%e se of 7)P protocols (! 1iameter ones (etween S;S- and ;7.$ for .$S. 1efinin& a 1iameter+(ased interface (etween t%e ;7.$ and t%e S;S- will allow t%e possi(ilit! to rel! on a p re 1iameter+(ased control plane for .$S o*er 8PS, wit% a ;7.$ s pportin& onl! 1iameter+(ased interface towards 8PS network entities 2778, S;S-, CSS4. 7oreo*er, a com(ined node s pportin& 778 and S;S- f nctions wo ld %a*e to s pport onl! one protocol for .$S o*er 8PS. $!%ectivesI to specif! t%e sta&e 3 c%an&es to introd ce 1iameter (ased interfaces (etween S;S- and ;7.$ for .ocation Ser*ices o*er 8PS and will compriseI + 1efinin& 1iameter+(ased f nctional e' i*alent of 7)P+(ased .& interface (etween S;S- and ;7.$ (! re sin& and e<tendin& t%e constr cts a*aila(le for t%e 1iameter (ased S.& interface 2(etween 778 and ;7.$4. T%is 1iameter+(ased interface is applica(le onl! to t%e S;S- s pportin& 8PS (ased interfaces and protocols. Possi(le en%ancements to t%e interface (etween CSS and ;7.$ 2S.% interface4 to pass t%e indication if t%e 778 and S;S- are collocated. T%e ;7.$ ma! se t%is indication to send sin&le 1iameter messa&e to t%e collocated 778 and S;S- for .ocation Ser*ices. In addition, .$S sta&e 2 s%o ld (e pdated to s%ow t%e options of deplo!in& 1iameter (ased interface (etween t%e ;7.$ and t%e S;S-, in addition to e<istin& 7)P (ased .& interface.

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Resources:
,1< ;8000 8

,<S i*p"cts on =,CC Applic"tion Aspects =,@9;80008


$6
:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p (0N G0perli#' C41(01A8 +otes C4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 TSBTR (1.102! (1.10(! (1.111! (1.1(0 +a e 1-S i pa%ts o# ,1(( !ppli%atio# !spe%ts (Sta2e 3)

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ;iesecke E 1e*rient, France Telecom, ;emalto, 7orp%o $ards, ,(ert% r Tec%nolo&ies, >).I1 Sol ciones Tecnolo&icas .inked to Rel+11 $T1 WI )T5RI 2)T commands for 5ni*ersal Reso rce Identifier s pport4 "usti#ication Some aspects of I7S implementation %a*e impact on some feat res of t%e )pplication )spects of 5I$$ in 3;PP. T%is WI addresses t%e s pport of 5ni*ersal Reso rce Identifiers 25RIs4 in place of IT5 8.16# n m(ers as addresses @ s (addresses w%ic% are not completel! defined e.&. for t%e followin& feat resI $all connected e*ent for >oice $alls $all disconnected e*ent for >oice $alls 7T call e*ent for >oice $alls P%one(ook Set 5p $all

Rel+11 $T1 WI )T5RI 2)T commands for 5ni*ersal Reso rce Identifier s pport4, WI1 in $P+126279, %as defined new and e<istin& )T+commands sin& 5RIs. T%is WI considers t%ose c%an&es and pro*ides s pport of 5RIs related to t%e 5I$$ applications . Some additional aspects of I7S and I7S+(ased >oice and 7essa&in& ser*ices ma! %a*e an impact in t%ese or ot%er e<istin& feat res specified (! 3;PP $T6 and wo ld (e incl ded in t%is WI. $!%ectiveI ) re*iew of t%e indicated feat res in I7S and impacts on 3;PP 5I$$ )pplication )spects is to (e cond cted and it is e<pected t%at $Rs will (e raised a&ainst t%e correspondin& TSs 31.111, 31.162, 31.163. T%e related )PI aspects in TS 31.136 will also (e addressed wit% a *iew to pro*ide a consistent s pport for I7S+(ased ser*ices wit% t%e 5SI7, ISI7 and t%e related Toolkit feat res. Interworkin& wit% implementations of pre+Rel+12 I7S+related feat res will (e anal!Aed and taken into acco nt. Service Aspects: $o*ered (! ser*ice descriptions in earlier releases

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,1< ;80112 A1000A

e<.<S restor"tion proced%res =,@9;80012


$#,$3
:i#is4 0AJ12J201( 1(J0AJ2014 (o p 100N ;0N G0perli#' C4-1(04(2 C4-1(04(2 +otes C4EA2 co*pleted C4EA( pro ress 100NFG;0N d%e to "ddition"l wor3 TSBTR 2(.001! 2(.00C! 28.214 28.0A1 +a e (T4 part (T3 part

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, >eriAon, >odafone, $%ina 7o(ile, HT8, )TET, $isco, 8ricsson, C awei .inked to Rel+0 7=7S s pport in 8PS 27=7S38PS4 5I13#66630. Rel+16 $T Feat res 8P$ -ode Restoration wit%@o t Idle mode Si&nallin& Red ction 2ISR4 acti*ated 28P$3-R@8P$3-R3ISR4 5I1391666"@91616"
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title 4000(8 <.<S s%pport in B4S +ature of relatio#s4ip ,ntrod%ction of <.<S ser$ice in B4S

"usti#ication 8P$ nodes are e<pected to (e %i&%l! relia(le, ( t occasional restart or fail re d e to *ario s reasons can not (e a*oided. $T# %as specified in Rel+16 and Rel+11 en%anced 8P$ node restoration proced res to restore $S and PS ser*ices pon occ rrence of *ario s fail res in 8P$. Cowe*er no proced re %as (een defined to restore t%e 7=7S ser*ice w%en fail res@resets %appen to an 778, S#+ S;S-, 7$8, 7=7S+;W or =7+S$ or to t%eir correspondin& links, w%ic% pre*ents t%e 8PS (e%a*io r to (e predicti*e pon occ rrence of s c% a fail re, in partic lar in a m lti+*endors en*ironment. ,n+&oin& 7=7S ser*ices ma! (e interr pted and new 7=7S re' ests from =7+S$ (e reFected as a res lt. $!%ectivesI to specif! en%anced restoration proced res to e<plicitl! define t%e 8PS (e%a*io r and ena(le restoration of t%e e7=7S ser*ice w%en possi(le in order to minimiAe t%e end+ ser ser*ice impact pon occ rrence of an! of t%e followin& scenariosI 7=7S+;W fail re@restart 778@S;S- fail re@restart 7$8 fail re@restart =7+S$ fail re@restart 2see -,T84 Sm @ Sn pat% fail re 73)P pat% fail re S;m( pat% fail re T%e Work Item will also st d! and possi(l! define restoration proced res for t%e followin& scenariosI 71 pat% fail re S;i+m( pat% fail re T%e restoration of 7=7S ser*ices after a =7+S$ fail re or restart is o t of scope of 3;PP 2t%e reference point from t%e content pro*ider to t%e =7+S$ is not standardised (! 3;PP4.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, Researc% in 7otion, C awei, 1e tsc%e Telekom
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) I ,1< Title 3)0056 Rel-C Fe"t%re ,<S Ser$ice Contin%ity (800;1 St" e 2 ,<S Ser$ice Contin%ity +ature of relatio#s4ip -S 2(.2(1

"usti#ication )ccess transfer for calls in alertin& or pre+alertin& state 2sometimes referred to as earl! dialo& state4 %as (een introd ced (ot% for SR>$$ and PS to PS access transfer. T%e alertin& or pre+alertin& p%ase can (e well (etween 26s to a min te 2in case of anno ncements4. $onsiderin& t%at t%e a*era&e call toda! is a(o t 2 min tes, t%e alertin& and pre+alertin& p%ase constit tes a rat%er lar&e part of t%e call, and %ence, if (ein& dropped, ma! also ca se loss of potential re*en e for t%e operator. For 1 al radio >$$ 21R>$$4 t%is %as not !et (een implemented. -etworks sin& 1R>$$ do not %a*e s%orter alertin& p%ase or lack of it. Cence, it is F st as well re' ired for 1R>$$ scenarios as for SR>$$ scenarios. Sta&e+2 re' irements were a&reed in TS 23.237 $RD6#31 and TS 23.237 $RD6##1. )n additional $R for pre+alertin& %as (een pro*ided in $RD6#93. For 1R>$$, ST- is staticall! confi& red in t%e 58. T%is creates limitations in t%e network to (e a(le to d!namicall! assi&n different S$$ )Ss to sers dependin& on load, n m(er of sers, etc. )lso, in t%e e*ent of &eo&rap%icall! distri( tion of S$$ )Ss, it is not eas! to mana&e failo*er cases if t%e ST- is static and cannot (e c%an&ed wit% ot%er proced res t%an ,7) 17. Sta&e+2 re' irements were a&reed in TS 23.237 $RD6##6. $!%ectiveI Introd cin& transfer of incomin& a dio calls in alertin& and pre+alertin& state for 1 al Radio >$$.

To allow more fle<i(ilit! of assi&nin& t%e S$$ )S to a 58 for 1R>$$ pro*ide t%e d!namic ST- as part of t%e call set p 2similar to d!namic STI4.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, Sams n&, >odafone


Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) I ,1< Title (404 <-S, :ideo: @yn"*ic R"te 1 Ad"pt"tionJSi n"llin of ,*" e Size +ature of relatio#s4ip -#e ser$ice "spects of t#is fe"t%re were co*pleted in Rel-C +%t t#e "ssoci"ted core networ3 "spects to "dd t#e i*" e "ttri+%te were not incl%ded. -#e S,S9C- fe"t%re "i*s to co*plete t#is "spect.

"usti#ication: S)# %as incl ded since Rel+" t%e s pport of ima&e attri( te 2a[ima&eattr4 in TS 26.11# as per I8TF RF$ 6236. Cowe*er, t%is %as not (een s pported (! core network nodes and doc mentation is missin& in TS 2#.220. $!%ectiveI complete t%e s pport for ima&e attri( te 2a[ima&eattr4 in TS 2#.220 as per I8TF RF$ 6236, in core network protocols and proced res for I7S nodes, e.&. I7S ).;@);W, I=$F@Tr;W and 7RF$@7RFP. T%e c%an&es ma! re' ire t%e I7S 7;W C.2#" profiles to incl de t%e s pport of t%e ima&e attri( te and proced res to define %ow t%ese s%all (e %andled w%en transcodin& occ rs.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, France Telecom, Telecom Italia "usti#ication TS 20.202 specifies t%e codin& of t%e S8T5P 7essa&e sent (! an 7S$ ser*er w%en recei*in& a SIP I->IT8 Re' est from t%e S$$ )S. )ccordin& to t%e c rrent te<t onl! t%e callin& identit! carried in t%e P+)sserted+Identit! %eader field is considered, w%ile t%e identit! carried (! t%e From %eader field is discarded. T%e From %eader field 2and its associated pri*ac! M serM4 can (e fa*o ra(l! sed, as an operators option, to pop late t%e S8T5P messa&e w%en P+)sserted+Identit! is not present, i.e. not a*aila(le or in t%e wron& format. T%is ena(les to limit calls wit%o t identit!. $!%ectiveI to en%ance t%e e<istin& interworkin& (etween t%e IP 7 ltimedia 2I74 $ore -etwork 2$-4 s (s!stem 2I7S4 and 7S$ Ser*er for I7S $entraliAed Ser*ices 2I$S4. T%e followin& aspects will (e co*eredI Introd ction of a new or modification of t%e e<istin& protocol translation@con*ersion in t%e 7S$ Ser*er for I7S $entraliAed Ser*ices (ased on operator option 2for e<ample sa&e of t%e P+)sserted+Identit! %eader field or t%e From %eader field from SIP I->IT8 re' est to create t%e $allin& Part! =$1 n m(er information element in S8T5P messa&e4U 7inor tec%nical en%ancements related to I$S w%ic% were implemented nder T8I0, T8I16 or T8I11 in t%e correspondin& $T1 tec%nical specification and %a*e impacts on t%e 7S$ Ser*er for I7S $entraliAed Ser*ices 2for e<ample corrections on Pri*ac! %eader field in TS 2#.667, addition of t%e $5; fail re indication in TS 2#.69# or introd ction of 1!namic (arrin& of sers for I$= in TS 2#.6114.

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I4RS -%nnellin 4rotocol for t#e Control pl"ne 5$erlo"d Control <ec#"nis*s =,@9A10002
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $isco, , >eriAon, )lcatel+. cent, 8ricsson, HT8, )TET, ,ran&e, >odafone, TeliaSonera, C awei, -8$, 1e tsc%e Telekom
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature ,1< Title 4800( Rel-12 -R 2(.C4( St%dy on A Core Networ3 5$erlo"d sol%tions 'FS9CN5) +ature of relatio#s4ip -R 2(.C4( concl%des t#e need for I-4-C lo"d J o$erlo"d control *ec#"nis*s 'in sec. 10.2) +y definin t#e sol%tions 'in sec. C.2.; H C.2.A) "nd "s3in st" e ( to wor3 on definin t#e det"ils of t#e $"rio%s "spects 'specified %nder $"rio%s "Notes"). Correspondin st" e 2 re/%ire*ents #"$e +een specified in -S 2(.401 "nd -S 2(.0A0.

"usti#ication 3;PP TR 23."#3 cla se #.0 %as identified *ario s scenarios w%ic% co ld potentiall! res lt in t%e o*erload of nodes d e to si&nalin& o*er ;TP+$ interface. F rt%er, it %as (een identified as a pro(lem t%at ;TP+$ interface does not s pport o*erload control si&nalin& and t%at ;TP+$ retransmissions of nacknowled&ed re' ests wo ld amplif! an! o*erall o*erload condition of t%e tar&et node. T%e lar&er t%e n m(er of sers in an operatorPs network, t%e worse t%e pro(lem (ecomes. In order to a*oid t%e meltdown of t%e tar&et node, and consec ti*el! of t%e entire network, t%e ;TP+$ nodes need to respond to t%e o*erload condition at t%e tar&et node. Cowe*er, wit%o t an! standardiAed mec%anisms, t%e ;TP+$ (ased interfaces sed (! f nctional entities in t%e 3;PP arc%itect re cannot o(tain detailed or sef l information to a*oid o*erload or respond to a con&estion sit ation of t%e tar&et node. =esides t%at, t%e c rrent ;TP+$ load (alancin& (ased on semi+static 1-S wei&%ts ma! lead to ne*en distri( tion of t%e load in one or more nodes of an S;W or a P;W cl ster s c% t%at one or more nodes co ld (e r nnin& close to capacit! w%ilst t%ere is still remainin& capacit! on t%e ot%er nodes of t%e same cl ster. Cence, t%e sta&e 2 concl ded to con*e! t%e necessar! load and o*erload control information (etween f nctional entities sin& a ;TP+$ (ased interface to effecti*el! %andle t%e load@o*erload sit ations. Specificall!, sol tions as descri(ed in 3;PP TR 23."#3 cla se ".2.9 2Sol tion 1I 5sin& .oad Information for 1!namic .oad =alancin& of ;W nodes4 and cla se ".2.6 2Sol tion 1I 5sin& ,*erload Information for ,*erload $ontrol of ;TP+$ -odes4 %a*e (een identified for t%e normati*e work nder ;TP+$ o*erload control mec%anisms and correspondin& re' irements (een doc mented in TS 23.#61 and TS 23.666. F rt%er, it was decided to let t%e sta&e 3 define t%e details of *ario s aspects 2specified nder *ario s M-otesM in cla se ".2.9, cla se ".2.6 E cla se 16.24 of t%ese two sol tions. $orrespondin&l!, t%is work item proposes to define o*erload miti&ation mec%anisms. Since some of t%ese aspects ma! attract m ltiple sol tions, t%is work item incl des a st d! p%ase capt rin& and comparin& *ario s o*erload miti&ation sol tions to select t%e most s ita(le sol tion, (efore performin& an! normati*e work. $!%ectiveI to specif! t%e sta&e 3 proced res to s pport t%e ;TP+$ load @ o*erload re' irements as specified in 3;PP TS 23.#61 and TS 23.666, as also concl ded in TR 23."#3. )t %i&% le*el, t%is meansI To define .oad@,*erload control related information wit% eno &% precision to & arantee a common m lti+ *endor interpretation of t%is information allowin& inter+opera(ilit! (etween *ario s ;TP+$ nodesU To define mec%anism addressin& *ario s M-otesM, w%ic% are tar&eted to t%e sta&e 3, specified in cla se ".2.9, cla se ".2.6 E cla se 16.2 of t%e 3;PP TR 23."#3 *1.6.6. T%e a(o*e %i&% le*el o(Fecti*es are f rt%er di*ided into smaller Be! ItemsI T%e definition of M.oad $ontrol InformationMU T%e -ode selection al&orit%m sin& t%e M.oad $ontrol InformationM and 1-S SR> wei&%tsU T%e Incl sion of t%e M.oad $ontrol InformationM E M,*erload $ontrol InformationMU )d*ertisin& t%e S pport of t%e .oad@,*erload control feat reU

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T%e definition of M,*erload $ontrol InformationMU T%e )pplica(ilit! of ;TP+$ load@o*erload control mec%anism to 3;PP and non+3;PP (ased interfacesU T%e propa&ation of t%e 778@S;S- identit! to t%e P;W d rin& an inter+778@S;S- intra+S;W scenario to ens re t%at t%e P;W enforces t%e o*erload control on t%e c rrentl! ser*in& 778@S;S-U Potential recommendation on relati*e importance of ;TP+$ proced res to ena(le prioritiAed t%rottlin& of t%e messa&esU Implicit ,*erload control mec%anism for t%e network wit%o t t%e s pport of t%is feat re or %etero&eneo s network wit% partial s pport of t%is feat reU )nal!sis of potential iss es in t%e network wit% partial s pport of t%is feat re. 8.&. P;W, 778, S;W s pports t%is feat re w%ile t%e S;S- does not s pport t%is feat reU )nal!sis of potential interaction wit% ot%er e<istin& o*erload control mec%anisms, s c% as P;W )P- (ack+off timerU 11- t%rottlin& (! t%e S;W.

T%e a(o*e list ma! not (e e<%a sti*e and t%ere ma! (e ot%er related Be! Items2s4, w%ic% co ld (e identified d rin& t%e pro&ress of t%e work. T%e Work Item incl des a st d! p%ase to capt re, compare and concl de on t%e sol tion for eac% of t%e a(o*e Be! Items. Finall!, t%e selected sol tion will (e standardised *ia normati*e work as part of t%is WI.

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4-CSCF restor"tion en#"nce*ents =,@9A10004


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:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p ;;N G0perli#' C41(04(; +otes St" e 2J(. C4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14. TSBTR 2(.(C0! New -R 28.C0A +a e ProD0 (all Sessio# (o#trol :u#%tio# (P-(S(:) restoratio# e#4a#%e e#ts

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, B11I, 1e tsc%e Telekom, Telecom Italia, Telia Sonera, $isco, CP , -S-, Ro&ers Wireless, -8$, ,ran&e "usti#ication ) mo(ile I7S 58 on 3;PP access will after a P+$S$F fail re 2total fail re or F st loss of 58s re&istration information4 (e nreac%a(le for terminatin& calls ntil t%e 58 eit%er attempts to make an o t&oin& call or ntil t%e 58Ps re&istration timer e<pires and new R8;IST8R messa&e is sent 2w%ic% in worst case ma! (e se*eral %o rs, dependin& on operator preferences4. )n! call for t%e 58 arri*in& to terminatin& S+$S$F in meantime will (e reFected. To minimiAe t%e time an 58 is nreac%a(le for terminatin& calls after a P+$S$F fail re, 3;PP TS 2#.220 and 3;PP TS 23.3"6 specif! from Rel+0 onwards some optional restoration proced res for %andlin& of P+$S$F fail re, t%at co ld (e s mmariAed as followsI + In connection wit% t%e 58 re&isterin& to I7S, t%e P+$S$F s%all *ia R< pro*ide t%e P$RF wit% t%e P+$S$F address 2SIP address4 selected (! t%e 58. T%e P$RF in its t rn t%en ses a ;< p s% proced re to pro*ide t%e P+ ;W@;;S- wit% t%e P+$S$F address, t%at is stored (! P+;W@;;S-. T%e P+;W@;;S- monitors periodicall! a*aila(ilit! of all P+$S$Fs to w%ic% t%e 58s it ser*es are attac%ed to. W%en P+$S$F is considered as failed t%e P+;W@;;S- sends 5pdate =earer Re' est@5pdate P1P $onte<t Re' est, to all 58s associated wit% t%is P+$S$F address, incl din& a new P$, 2Protocol $onfi& ration ,ptions4 I8 wit% a list of a*aila(le P+$S$F addresses, w%ic% does not incl de t%e failed P+$S$F. T%e 58 will pon recei*in& t%e 5pdate =earer Re' est@ 5pdate P1P $onte<t Re' est wit% t%e list of P+$S$F addresses perform a new initial re&istration towards I7S, sin& a different P+$S$F, since former P+$S$F will not (e incl ded in t%e list.

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Cowe*er, followin& limitations %a*e (een identified for t%ese restoration proced resI a4 7assi*e core and radio networks si&nalin& ,nce P+;W@;;S- determines t%at a P+$S$F is down, it %as to send an 5pdate =earer Re' est@5pdate P1P $onte<t Re' est for e*er! 58 c rrentl! re&istered wit% t%e failin& P+$S$F, to pro*ide it wit% an pdated list of P+$S$Fs and t%ere(! to notif! t%e 58 t%e need for it to re+re&ister to I7S. T%e n m(er of sers t%at can (e %andled (! a P+$S$F can (e lar&e w%ic% means t%at massi*e core and radio network si&nallin& will (e tri&&ered d e to t%e P+$S$F fail re, (ot% for sendin& t%e 5pdate =earer Re' est@5pdate P1P $onte<t Re' est messa&e to e*er! 58 as well as for t%e res ltin& I7S re+re&istration attempts performed (! e*er! affected 58. T%is proced re ma! in*ol*e pa&in& t%e 58s, if t%e associated 58s are in idle mode. (4 -ot f ll! relia(le T%e c rrent sol tion ma! in some cases not (e f ll! relia(le, like in t%e followin& sit ationsI + In case of a P+$S$F partial fail re 2i.e. onl! for a set of sers4 or restart after t%e fail re, t%e P+$S$F ma! appear a*aila(le (! t%e P+;W@;;S-, t%erefore restoration mec%anism is not performed and terminatin& calls for affected sers will fail. ) 2temporar!4 network pro(lem ma! ca se t%e P+;W@;;S- to ass me t%e P+$S$F is down and t%ere(! tri&&er t%e restoration proced re nnecessaril!.

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8<istin& standardiAed sol tion does not precl de implementation desi&n options t%at ma! miti&ate t%e stated potential limitations, like implementin& appropriate and specific flow control mec%anisms in t%e P;W tr!in& to miti&ate a potential massi*e si&nalin&, as well as pro*idin& an implementation dependent keep ali*e mec%anism (etween t%e P;W@;;S- and P+$S$F t%at co ld miti&ate potential non relia(ilit! of P+$S$F fail re detection.

It can f rt%er (e noted t%at ;S7) compliant 58s follow 3;PP TS 2#.220 Rel+" t%at onl! incl de P+$S$F disco*er! mec%anism not P+$S$F restoration proced res, since t%e P+$S$F restoration tri&&er (ased on 5pdate =earer Re' est@5pdate P1P $onte<t Re' est was introd ced in Rel+0 as an optional proced re in 3;PP TS 2#.220. T%erefore, t%e 58 ma! i&nore an! P+$S$F addresses in an 5pdate =earer Re' est@5pdate P1P $onte<t Re' est, and t%en will ne*er tr! to re+re&ister and as a res lt contin e to (e na*aila(le. $!%ectiveI )s a res lt of c rrent restoration proced res limitations, it can (e seen as (eneficial to add optional en%anced restoration proced res to ac%ie*e followin& res ltsI + )*oid massi*e si&nallin& o*er t%e core and radio networks T%is is of special importance w%en a P+$S$F %andles a lar&e n m(er of 58s. It ma! ca se network o*erload. + Impro*e relia(ilit! )*oidin& false positi*e or false ne&ati*e detection scenarios (! P+;W@;;S-, res ltin& in t%at t%e P+;W@;;Seit%er do not tri&&er t%e restoration proced res w%en ser state %as (een lost, or nnecessaril! tri&&ers restoration proced res w%en not reall! re' ired. + + )*oid specific 58 s pport. )*oid as m c% as possi(le an! ot%er limitation or draw(ack 8<istin& standardiAed P+$S$F restoration mec%anism s%o ld (e anal!sed in order to define a new en%anced proced re t%at co ld a*oid as m c% as possi(le an! ot%er e<istin& limitation or draw(ack (e!ond t%e ones listed a(o*e. T%is work item co*ers (ot% sta&e 2 and sta&e 3 work.

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8.11
Resources:
,1< A1010; A1020; A10(0;

S%pport of R-4JR-C4 *%ltiplexin 'si n"llin ) in ,<S =,@9A1000;


$#,$1,$3
+a e (T4 part (T1 part (T3 part :i#is4 1(J0AJ2014 1(J0AJ2014 1(J0AJ2014 (o p ;N 0N 0N G0perli#' C4-1(04(A C4-1(04(A C4-1(04(A +otes C4EA2 co*pletion 12J1(FG0AJ14 C4EA2 co*pletion 12J1(FG0AJ14 C4EA2 co*pletion 12J1(FG0AJ14 TSBTR 2(.((4! 28.((4 24.228 28.21(! 28.214

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, )TET, Telecom Italia, C awei "usti#ication ,ptimiAations for -)T tra*ersal 2-)T+T4 mec%anism for t%e I7S media plane are pro*ided (! I8TF RF$ 9761 27 ltiple<in& RTP and RT$P4. RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in&, + sin& a sin&le IP transport 2.#4 port for RTP and RT$P packets +, en%ances -)T tra*ersal (! miniAin& t%e n m(er of port (indin&s in -)T de*ices. 7ore detailed information is pro*ided in RF$ 9761, w%ic% defines t%e capa(ilit! to m ltiple< RTP and RT$P onl! a sin&le port, and pro*ides t%e followin& se case.
The Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) [1] comprises two components: a data transfer protocol and an associated control protocol (RTCP). Historically RTP and RTCP ha!e "een r#n on separate $%P ports. &ith increased #se of 'etwor( )ddress Port Translation (')PT) [1*] this has "ecome pro"lematic since maintainin+ m#ltiple ')T "indin+s can "e costly. ,t also complicates firewall administration since m#ltiple ports m#st "e opened to allow RTP traffic. This memo disc#sses how the RTP and RTCP flows for a sin+le media type can "e r#n on a sin+le port to ease ')T tra!ersal and simplify firewall administration and considers when s#ch m#ltiple-in+ is appropriate. The m#ltiple-in+ of se!eral types of media (e.+. a#dio and !ideo) onto a sin+le port is not considered here ("#t see .ection /.0 of [1]).

,ptimiAations applica(le for t%e-)T tra*ersal arc%itect re reference model in Fi& re ;.1 of 3;PP TS 23.22" 2i.e., t%e I7S+);W wit% network side -)T+T s pport4 will (e pro*idedI T%e I7S+);W, I7S ).; and 58 are en%anced wit% an optional s pport of RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& in t%e media plane. 8<istin& media plane -)T+T s pport f nctions (! t%e I7S+);W 2I' interface, 3;PP TS 23.33# and TS 20.33#4I 1. 2. 3. .atc%in& accordin& IT5+T C.2#".37U 8<plicit RT$P port allocation accordin& IT5+T C.2#".97, sin& t%e RF$ 3669 S1P attri( te Ma[rtcpM 2noteI -)T+T o(Fecti*e see cla se 1@RF$ 36694U -ot s pportedI I$8@ST5-+(ased -)T+T 2see 23.22", )nne< ;.2.24, w%ic% wo ld demand for s pport of IT5+ T C.2#".96.

T%e work item aims to add #. RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& 2RF$ 97614 as additional -)T+T optimisation.

Relation (etween t%e *ario s -)T+T s pport f nctionsI )ll fo r mec%anisms relate to t%e tra*ersal of .3@.# -)Ts in t%e media plane, wit% followin& c%aracteristics concernin& media trafficI o o o 214 is independent on transport protocol and applicationU 22, #4 are defined for RTP trafficU 234 is application a&nostic, ( t pro*ides .# specific tools 251P, T$P4

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RF$ 3669 224 relies on t%e capa(ilit! of t%e 58 to o(tain t%e ports allocated (! t%e -)T sin& mec%anisms s c% as ST5- and T5R- 234 RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& 2#4 and latc%in& 214I .atc%in& re' ires t%at media s ccessf ll! tra*erses t%e -)T de*ice in direction from 58 towards I7S+);W, t%en t%e I7S+);W ma! appl! latc%in& 2noteI see also latc%in& deadlock detection, )ppendi< II@C.2#".#64. RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& ma! (e applied to&et%er wit% latc%in&. RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& 2#4 and e<plicit RT$P port allocation 224I RF$ 9761 pro*ides a f rt%er en%ancement to RF$ 3669 2see cla se #.2.2@RF$ 631#4. =ot% RF$s s%are t%e p rpose of e<plicit port allocation for RT$P traffic, ( t differ concernin& t%e specific port allocation r le. RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& 2#4 and I$8 234I RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& can (e sed as an optimisation of I$8 2noteI it allows to red ce t%e n m(er of Maddress candidatesM of I$8 234, leadin& to positi*e side effects of optimiAed comm nication esta(lis%ment times (esides en%anced -)T+T s pport4.

;i*en t%at a(o*e RF$ 9761 se case applies in c rrent I7S en*ironments, it seems appropriate to doc ment e<plicitl! t%e s pport for t%is optional capa(ilit!. T%e ke! component of si&nallin& for t%is capa(ilit! is an S1P attri( te Ma[rtcp+m <M. For t%e re' ired C.2#" e<tensions, associated work e<ists in IT5+T S;16I T%e port allocation r les in 3;PP C.2#" I7S &atewa!s are followin& t%e framework of IT5+T C.2#".97 2so called RT$P %andlin&4, w%ic% contains alread! t%e -)T+T dri*en port allocation r les wit% re&ards to 224. RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& 2#4 wo ld add f rt%er port allocation r les, w%ic% are not !et doc mented (! C.2#".97. Polic! and $%ar&in& control wo ld re' ire en%ancements to s pport I8TF RF$ 9761 27 ltiple<in& RTP and RT$P4. $!%ectiveI 8n%ance 58, I7S+).; and I7S+);W wit% an optional s pport of RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in& accordin& to RF$ 9761 (etween 58 and I7S+);W in t%e I7S+).; and I7S )ccess ;atewa! model accordin& to Fi& re ;.1 of 3;PP TS23.22". T%is incl desI 1. 8<tendin& t%e SIP@S1P si&nallin& wit% t%e Ma[rtcp+m <M S1P attri( te 2. 8<tensions of t%e I' interface to confi& re RTP @ RT$P transport m ltiple<in&.

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8.1C
Resources:
,1< A1010 C A1020 C

=pd"tin ,<S to confor* to RFC AAA; =,@9A1000C


$1,$3
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: =lack=err!, 1e tsc%e Telekom, C awei, Sams n&, -S"usti#ication Session Initiation Protocol 2SIP4+Specific 8*ent -otification 2RF$ 32694 %as (een o(soleted (! RF$ 6669. I7S specifications make e<tensi*e se of RF$ 3269 and all f t re RF$s p (lis%ed (! I8TF t%at se SIP S5=S$RI=8 and -,TIF/ mec%anisms will reference RF$ 6669 instead of RF$ 3269. RF$ 6669 addresses a n m(er of pro(lems fo nd wit% t%e operation of SIP 8*ents. $ertain (e%a*io rs in RF$ 3269 %a*e (een modified or deprecated ( t interopera(ilit! wit% entities s pportin& RF$ 3269 is maintained. Cowe*er since t%e (e%a*io r of RF$ 6669 is different in se*eral aspects from t%at of RF$ 3269 %a*in& SIP stacks on t%e same platform performin& (ot% RF$ 3269 and RF$ 6669 (e%a*io r is not practical. From Release " t%ere is alread! a reference in TS 2#.6#2 to t%e recentl! p (lis%ed RF$ 6016 w%ic% itself references RF$ 6669. $Rs %a*e alread! (een appro*ed for releases " t%ro &% 11 in TS 2#.6#2 to o*erride t%e reference from RF$ 6016 to RF$ 6669 to ens re t%at RF$ 3269 is sed, ( t &oin& forward it will (e necessar! to s pport RF$ 6669 in I7S in order to incorporate t%e fi<es made and to ens re t%at I7S entities are compati(le wit% new RF$s t%at reference RF$ 6669. T%ere are additional internet drafts on t%e I8TF dependencies list t%at defined new e*ent packa&es and t%ese will also reference RF$ 6669 w%en t%e! are p (lis%ed as RF$s. In addition to direct references to RF$ 3269, ot%er references to RF$s t%at reference RF$ 3269 s c% as RF$ #666 2t%at is pdated (! RF$ 66694, RF$ 3919 t%at references RF$ 3269 and ot%er RF$s t%at specif! 8*ent Packa&es will need to (e considered for modification in order to ens re conformance wit% RF$ 6669. $!%ectiveI Re*iew t%e references related to RF$ 3269 in t%e I7S specifications and determine t%e impact of t%e RF$ 6669 c%an&es. 7ake t%e necessar! c%an&es to t%e impacted I7S specifications in t%e c rrent release to reference and conform to RF$ 6669. T%e most si&nificant c%an&es in RF$ 6669 from RF$ 3269 areI 1. 2. 3. #. 9. 6. 7. ". Sendin& a S5=S$RI=8 re' est on an e<istin& dialo& esta(lis%ed sin& anot%er SIP met%od 2e.& I->IT84 %as (een deprecated. ) -,TIF/ re' est 75ST contain an e<pires parameter 2onl! SC,5.1 stren&t% in RF$ 32694 7odified (e%a*io r pon reception of a SIP 9<< response to a -,TIF/ re' est so t%at s (scription is not terminated 2in RF$ 3269 t%is terminated t%e s (scription4 $%an&es to t%e )=-F 2incl din& addin& an Nin*ariantO reason code4 )dditional mandatin& of Record+Ro tin& of all -,TIF/ re' ests if t%e pro<! wants s (se' ent S5=S$RI=8 and -,TIF/ re' ests to (e ro ted to it 2RF$3269 onl! mandated t%e Record+Ro tin& of initial -,TIF/ re' ests4 1eprecation of implicit s (scriptions $%an&es to t%e state mac%ine for dialo& creation s c% t%at t%e dialo& is created w%en t%e -,TIF/ re' est arri*es 5se of t%e SIP 262 response code %as (een deprecated

) f ll list of t%e c%an&es from RF$ 3269 is in )nne< = of RF$ 6669.

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Resources:
,1< A20104 A20204

,<S 5per"tor @eter*ined C"ll ."rrin en#"nce*ents =,@9A20004


$1,$3
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ,ran&e, Telecom Italia, 1e tsc%e Telekom, -SCandlin& of premi m rate n m(ers remained ,P8- in Rel+11 2s%ifted to Rel+124. $P+1363"# .S3o t sent to S)1 @ ;S7) informin& t%is TS; $PD66 decision "usti#ication I,1= as defined in Rel+11 %as specified t%e sta&e 3 proced res for t%e I7S operator determined (arrin& re' irements specified in 22.6#1. It lacks a specified mec%anism to perform (arrin& of premi m rate calls w%en t%e ser is roamin& w%ere t%e called premi m rate n m(er points to a premi m rate ser*ice in t%e co ntr! w%ere t%e ser is roamin&. $!%ectiveI )dd t%e necessar! sta&e 3 proced res in t%e c rrent release to specif! %ow (arrin& of premi m rate calls is to (e performed w%en t%e ser is roamin& and calls a premi m rate ser*ice located in t%e *isited co ntr!.

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Resources:
,1< A2000 A

Si n"llin ,*pro$e*ents for Networ3 Bfficiency =,@9A2000A


$1
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina 5nicom, ,ran&e, Telecom Italia, )lcatel+ . cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, $)TT, -okia, >eriAon Tri&&ered (! $1+13#670 .S3in ;S7) Terminal Steerin& ;ro p 2TS;4I Smartp%one -etwork 8fficienc! 2S-84 work item on MSi&nallin& .oops and )&&ressi*e RetriesM iss es. "usti#ication Cea*! sa&e of network reso rces (! de*ices, e.&., smart p%ones and ta(let like de*ices, p t press re on operatorPs mo(ile network. -ow, more and more de*ices can %a*e *ario s preinstalled applications and applications installed (! sers. T%ese incl de a&&ressi*e applications w%ic% send t%e repeated re' ests to t%e lower la!ers 2e.&. t%e -)S la!er4 of t%e de*ice. T%is res lts in lar&e and fre' ent si&nallin& to t%e mo(ile network e.&. t%e %i&% n m(er of repeated P1P attempts, and nlimited retr! (e%a*io r after -)S reFect or -)S time o t. T%is se*erel! wastes t%e network reso rces as well as drains t%e (atter! of smart de*ices. ;S7) Terminal Steerin& ;ro p 2TS;4 %as liaised 3;PP $T1 t%at t%e! %a*e a Smartp%one -etwork 8fficienc! 2S-84 work item workin& on t%e MSi&nallin& .oops and )&&ressi*e RetriesM iss es. $!%ectiveI to impro*e t%e performance of e<istin& sta&e 3 protocols for effecti*e %andlin& of de*icePs (e%a*io r.

Sta&e 3 c%an&es t%at re' ire sta&e 2 c%an&es are o t of scope of t%is work item. T%e en%ancements on network con&estion control, t%e core network internal interfaces and $S fall(ack are also o t of scope of t%is work item. T%e o(Fecti*es of t%is work item incl deI 1. To specif! t%e de*icePs (e%a*io r pon receipt of some -)S reFect ca se *al es to w%ic% t%e c rrent 3;PP specifications lea*e Ntoo m c% freedomO for de*ice implementations. T%is freedom ma! res lt in e.&. a&&ressi*e applications installed in t%e de*ice, repeatedl! to re' est P1P acti*ation to t%e same )P- after an S7 reFect wit% S7 ca se D33 MRe' ested ser*ice option not s (scri(edM. To en%ance t%e e<istin& defined de*icePs (e%a*io r to a*oid t%e creation of si&nallin& loops or to limit t%e n m(er of repeated attempts. In e<istin& 3;PP specifications, t%e (ack+off mec%anism was mainl! applied for t%e con&estion control. It wo ld (e (eneficial to assess w%et%er t%e (ack+off mec%anism can (e e<tended to f rt%er cases. F rt%ermore, for de*icePs (e%a*io r nder some a(normal cases, it was nspecified w%et%er t%e 58 is allowed to retr! and %ow man! times for retr!. To en%ance t%e de*icePs (e%a*io r in some -)S accept cases to sa*e nnecessar! si&nallin& to t%e network. will not impact specific ser*ices ( t is anticipated to %a*e positi*e impact on ser*ice deli*er!.

2.

3.

Service Aspects:

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Resources:
,1< A(0102 A(0202

,nter"cti$e Connecti$ity Bst"+lis#*ent ',CB! ,B-F RFC ;24;) i*p"cts on ,<S &.24C profiles =,@9A(0002
$1
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Supporting Individual Me !ers:

-S-, 8ricsson, )lcatel+. cent, C awei, $%ina 7o(ile

)dd optional I$8 s pport as defined in Rel+" TS 223.22", 2#.2204 to I', I<, 7n, 7p, 7c interfaces. S)2 Rel+12 TS 23.22" re' ires s pport for I$8 in eP+$S$F, eI7S+);W for We(RT$ "usti#ication Interacti*e connecti*it! esta(lis%ment 2I$84, I8TF RF$ 92#9, ena(les t%e tra*ersal of -)Ts. T%e re' irement to s pport I$8 in I7S is defined in TS 23.22", $la se ;.2.2, and I$8 related proced res wit% impacts to *ario s C.2#" interfaces %a*e (een defined in TS 2#.220, s (cla ses 6.7.1.2 and 6.7.2.7, since Rel+". T%ose proced res co*er (ot% I$8 for 51P and T$P transport. Cowe*er, t%ese re' irements %a*e not (een addressed in an! of t%e 3;PP C.2#" profiles p to now. It is e<pected t%at IT5+T C.2#".96 M;atewa! control protocolI -)T tra*ersal toolkit Packa&esM can (e sed to s pport I$8. $!%ectiveI -,T8I to add an optional s pport of I$8 in accordance wit% related proced res defined in TS 2#.220 and TS 23.22" to t%e I', I<, 7n, 7p and 7c interfaces. S)2 %as concl ded t%at We(RT$ re' ires s pport for I$8 in t%e eP+$S$F and eI7S+);W and %as defined t%e related normati*e re' irements in TS 23.22" for Rel+12. )n! We(RT$ specific re' irements re&ardin& I$8 s pport are o t of scope of t%is WI and are co*ered (! t%e We(RT$ Work Item. Cowe*er, &eneral I$8 proced res are co*ered in t%e present WI.

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Resources:
,1< A(010 ; A(020 ;

-r"nsfer of B-S, +%siness tr%n3in specific"tions ',<S9Corp2) =,@9A(000;


$1,S1
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e

)lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai+=ell, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson,

SPD63 pdated t%e $TD63 WI1 $P+1#6103[YSP+1#61#0 2added S)1 part4. 8TSI 82-)21#4666610 asked 3;PP to take responsi(ilit! of ( siness comm nications o*er I7SI TS 1"1 610, TS 1"2 623, TS 1"2 62#, TS 1"2 629, TR 1"3 666
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title ;A0(2 St" e 1 for ,<S .%siness -r%n3in for ,4-4.> in St"tic <ode of ; 5per"tion '.%s-,) +ature of relatio#s4ip Rel-12 en#"nce*ents to +%siness tr%n3in '.%s-,)

"usti#ication In Rel+" I7S+related work for fi<ed access was transferred to 3;PP as two releases wit%in Rel+" 2TISP)- Rel+1 w%ic% (ecame <<.#<< series of doc ments4 and TISP)- Rel+2 2*ario sl! <<.#<< and <<.9<< series of doc ments4. 8TSI TISP)- %as now ceased to e<ist and t%e maintenance of t%e remainin& TISP)- work incorporated into 8TSI -T8$C. T%e doc ments proposed for transfer areI TS 1"1 610 2Re' irements4 TS 1"2 623 2)rc%itect ral scenarios4 TS 1"2 62# 2Costed 8nterprise Ser*ices + arc%itect re4 TS 1"2 629 2= siness Tr nkin& G arc%itect re and protocols4 TR 1"3 660 2SIP profile for = siness Tr nkin&4

1oc ment TS 1"1 610 will (e transferred nder t%e a spices of S)1. W%ile some of t%ese doc ments %a*e arc%itect re in t%e title, t%e! com(ine (ot% sta&e 2 and sta&e 3 protocol work and t%erefore t%e transfer s%o ld (e performed wit%in $T. It is not proposed to create prior TISP)- releases of t%ese doc ments wit%in 3;PP and t%erefore an! essential corrections will need to (e addressed on t%e e<istin& doc ments wit%in 8TSI -T8$C. -ote t%at t%ere are still some I7S application related doc ments wit%in 8TSI -T8$C t%at are not planned to transfer, e.&. 8TSI TS 2"363". $!%ectiveI To create *ersions of t%e defined ( siness tr nkin& doc ments in t%e c rrent release and address an! iss es of incompati(ilit! wit% t%e c rrent feat re set of 3;PP I7S 2need feat res added since Rel+"4. Service Aspects: MMI)Aspects: Charging Aspects: Security Aspects: T%e ser*ice aspects doc ment TS 1"1 610 will (e transferred to S)1. -one. T%ere are no 77I doc ments to (e transferred. -one. T%ere are no c%ar&in& doc ments to (e transferred. -one. T%ere are no sec rit! doc ments to (e transferred.

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,1< A(010 1 A(020 1 A(0(0 1

,<S Si n"llin Acti$"ted -r"ce =,@9A(0001


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Supporting Individual Me !ers:

>odafone, Telecom Italia, 8ricsson, C awei

.inked to Rel+" ,)7"+Trace. 5pdate interface protocols to incl de t%e proced res defined in S)9 TS 32.#22 for trace acti*ation, and for con*e!in& a si&nallin& acti*ated tracin& indicator.
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title (400A -r"ce <"n" e*ent C '"crony*: 5A<CA -r"ce) +ature of relatio#s4ip -#is is " f%rt#er de$elop*ent of t#e 2,@ in C4-0C0(1;

"usti#ication S (scri(er and 8' ipment Trace pro*ide *er! detailed information at call le*el on one or more specific mo(ile2s4 or s (scri(ers. T%is data is an additional so rce of information to Performance 7eas rements and allows &oin& f rt%er in monitorin& and optimisation operations. T%e intentions of si&nallin& acti*ated tracin& are to impro*e and simplif! end+to+end ser*ice dia&nostics and to en%ance t%e 7o(ile ,perator\s a(ilit! to mana&e t%eir comple< ser*ices. Si&nallin& acti*ated tracin& is aimed at end+to+end ser*ice+le*el dia&nostics, rat%er t%an per node tracin&. =! definition, si&nallin& acti*ated tracin& is t%e a(ilit! to capt re and lo& all rele*ant information at eac% component wit%in a ser*ice c%ain, associated wit% a specific ser*ice t%at is initiated eit%er (! an end ser or a component Ksee ,7)+R1+,SP8+>136+2669661#+$.pdfL. T%e followin& tasks for $T &ro ps res lt from t%e sta&e 2 re' irementsI + + + $T1 on trace acti*ation@deacti*ation o*er SIP (etween I7S entitiesU $T# on trace acti*ation@deacti*ation o*er $<, S%U and $T1, $T3, and $T# on 8nd+to+end tracin& for I7S.

$!%ectiveI to pdate t%e a(o*e mentioned interface protocols to incl de t%e proced res defined in S)9 TS 32.#22 MTrace $ontrol and $onfi& ration 7ana&ementM. Protocol pdates are needed for trace acti*ation, and for con*e!in& a si&nallin& acti*ated tracin& indicator.

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8.24
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,1< A(010 C A(020 C A(0(0 C

S%pport of A6--C "ttri+%te =,@9A(000C


$#,$1,$3
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Supporting Individual Me !ers:

,ran&e, =roadcom, C awei, 1e tsc%e Telekom

S)2 TS 23.22" re' ires 58s s pportin& IP*#, IP*6 or (ot% IP*# and IP*6 IP address formats s%all (e s pported (! I7S. Specif! proced res to s pport altc S1P attri( te wit%in I7S for terminatin& comm nications destined to an enterprise network. "usti#ication 3;PP TS 23.22" contains re' irements statin& 58s s pportin& IP*#, IP*6 or (ot% IP*# and IP*6 IP address formats s%all (e s pported (! I7S. W%en a corporate network is connected to I7S, eit%er t%ro &% a -etwork+to+-etwork interface 2--I4 or t%ro &% a 5ser+ to+-etwork interface 25-I4, t%e c rrent sta&e 3 proced res re&ardin& t%e IP*#@IP*6 interworkin& are not optimal and e*en ma! lead comm nications fail res in t%e followin& scenarioI + + T%e P+$S$F or I=$F connectin& t%e corporate network controls a media an I7S+);W or a Tr;W t%at s pports (ot% IP*# and IP*6 IP formats. t%e connected corporate network %as terminals s pportin& IP*# format onl! and terminals s pportin& (ot% IP*# and IP*6 formats, and t%e P=: of t%e corporate network, interfaced wit% t%e P+$S$F@I=$F, knows w%ic% terminals s pport IP*# onl! format and w%ic% ones s pport (ot% IP*# and IP*6 formats, for an incomin& I->IT8 re' est destined to a ser\s terminal in t%e corporate network s pportin& onl! IP*# format, t%e P+$S$F@I=$F c%ooses to indicate an IP*6 address in t%e S1P offer sent to t%e corporate network.

In s c% scenario, t%ere are two casesI 14 W%en recei*in& s c% I->IT8 re' est, t%e P=: in t%e corporate network, reFects t%e re' est (! sendin& a #"" 2-ot )ccepta(le Cere4 response code wit% 361 Warnin& %eader field indicatin& Mincompati(le network address format. )ccordin& to TS 2#.220, t%e P+$S$F @ I=$F ma! retr! t%e I->IT8 re' est wit% t%e c[ parameter in t%e S1P offer indicatin& an IP*# address. )s s c% (e%a*io r is optional t%e comm nication ma! fail in t%at case. 7oreo*er, if t%e P+$S$F @ I=$F retries t%e I->IT8 wit% t%e c[ parameter in t%e S1P offer indicatin& an IP*# address, t%e comm nication esta(lis%ment dela! will (e lon&er and t%e ser e<perience will (e (adl! impacted. 24 )s t%e P=: cannot (e s re t%at if it reFects t%e recei*ed I->IT8 re' est wit% s c% #"" error SIP response t%e I->IT8 will (e re+iss ed wit% an S1P offer indicatin& an IP*# IP address, t%e P=: will insert a ;atewa! to perform t%e IP*#@IP*6 con*ersion. In t%at case t%e IP*#@IP*6 con*ersion will (e performed w%ile a common IP format is s pported (! t%e P+$S$F@I=$F and t%e terminatin& ser\s terminalU and t% s t%e ;atewa!\s reso rces will (e wasted. 1efined (! I8TF RF$ 60#7, t%e ).T+$ 2)lternate $onnecti*it!4 S1P attri( te allows a SIP 5) to indicate in t%e S1P an IP*# and an IP*6 addresses, w%ic%, if s pported, & arantees t%at comm nications (etween 5)s s pportin& a common IP address format will not fail d e to IP*#@IP*6 coe<istence, wit%o t re' irin& t%e insertion of a media &atewa! to perform t%e IP#+IP*6 interworkin& and wit%o t impl!in& additional comm nications esta(lis%ment dela!. $!%ectiveI to specif! t%e proced res for s pport of t%e ).T$ S1P attri( te wit%in I7S for terminatin& comm nications destined to an enterprise networkI t%e followin& proced res for s pport of ).T$ will (e specifiedI + + + + SIP and S1P proced res for t%e P+$S$F SIP and S1P proced res for t%e I=$F C.2#" proced res for controllin& t%e I7S+);W (! t%e P+$S$F. C.2#" proced res for controllin& t%e Tr;W (! t%e I=$F.

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SIP and S1P proced res for t%e 5) t%at performs t%e f nctions of an e<ternal attac%ed network.

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=-RA! 6-B Fe"t%res


+a e Verifi%atio# of ra"iate" ulti-a#te##a re%eptio# perfor a#%e of ,*s i# CT*>,-TS o3ilit0 - Part 3 (Sta2e 2>3) Resour%e R4 R(!R2 R4!R; R2!R(!R4 R4 R4 R4 R(!S2!C4!I2 R4!R( R2!S2 rapporteur :od"fone Alc"tel6%cent No3i" CA-R &%"wei Bricsson 5r"n e C#in" -eleco* Bricsson ,ntel :urt4er e#4a#%e e#ts to G(e)+E

CT* ,* Total Ra"iate" Power (TRP) a#" Total Ra"iate" Se#sitivit0 (TRS) a#" ,TR! Ga#" P4a#to relate" ,* TRP a#" TRS ReFuire e#ts Support for Eei<ou +avi2atio# Satellite S0ste (E<S) for ,TR! a#" CT* Ease Statio# (ES) R: reFuire e#ts for !%tive !#te##a S0ste +ew Ease Statio# spe%ifi%atio# stru%ture C-3a#" for Supple e#tal <ow#li#' i# *-,TR! a#" ,TR! CT*-GRP< (Gi24 Rate Pa%'et <ata i# 3GPP2) i#ter-R!T SO+ 1#%reasi#2 t4e i#i u #u 3er of %arriers for ,* o#itori#2 i# ,TR! a#" *-,TR! (!!S)

&C!+>3GPP Ra"io 1#terwor'i#2

10.1
Resources:
,1< ;;011 A

:erific"tion of r"di"ted *%lti-"ntenn" reception perfor*"nce of =Bs in 6-BJ=<-S =,@9;;001A


R#
G0perli#' R4120(AC StatusBReport R4-1(1;01 +otes R4EA2 co*pleted. Rx di$ersity 'defined "s Rel-A &S@4A RAN4 en#"nced type 1 re/.) H <,<5 'defined "s Rel-1 &S@4A <,<5 for &S4A). Rx di$ersity H <,<5 'defined "s p"rt of Rel-C +"sic 6-B 2,) TSBTR new -R (1.811 +a e Perf

Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, -okia, Sams n&, Intel, )&ilent, Ro%de E Sc%warA, 8lektro(it, =l etest, $TT$, 87IT8, Spirent, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, S)TI7,, )TET, ,ran&e, >eriAon Wireless, 8TS+.ind&ren, ? alcomm, -TT 1,$,7,, 1e tsc%e Telekom, Sprint Tri&&ered (! FS3CSP)3.T83measRP37I7,3m lti+antenna. $ore f nctionalit! e<ists since Rel+6 E Rel+7 27I7,4. )dds a *er! &eneric test met%od to test 58s wit% 2 or more R< antennas R)-# %as (een workin& on t%e st d! item N7eas rement of radiated performance for 7I7, and m lti+antenna reception for CSP) and .T8 terminalsO wit% t%e o(Fecti*e to define a test met%odolo&! for meas rin& t%e radiated performance of 7I7, and m lti+antenna 58 reception in 57TS and .T8. R)-# %as done s fficient work to (e confident t%at t%e definition of a meanin&f l test met%odolo&! is feasi(leU %owe*er R)-# does not %a*e s fficient e*idence !et to concl de on a sin&le test met%odolo&! t%at wo ld f lfil all re' irements for standardisation, and t%e standardisation of m ltiple test met%odolo&ies ma! (e one e*ent al o tcome, wit% a *iew to a*oid differences in t%e decision of w%at is a N&oodO or N(adO de*ice from t%e radiated recei*er performance perspecti*e. T%erefore, it is proposed to mo*e t%is work into a work item to allow an easier mana&ement in finalisin& t%e work. $!%ective I to define a test met%odolo&! 2ies4 for *erif!in& t%e radiated performance of m ltiple antenna reception in t%e 58 and s c% met%odolo&! s%all (e a(le toI >erif! t%e radiated N,*er+T%e+)irO 2,T)4 performance of m ltiple antenna reception in t%e 58. )cc ratel! a(le to reflect 7I7, and SI7, performance nder realistic 7I7, and SI7, c%annel conditions. =e a(le to distin& is% (etween 58s of N;oodO and N=adO m lti+R< antenna ,T) performance, and offer a &ood reflection of t%e likel! e<perience in t%e field. ,ffer &ood relia(ilit!, repeata(ilit! and an accepta(le le*el of meas rement ncertaint!.

S c% test met%odolo&!2ies4 s%all ena(le performance *erification forI Cand%eld de*ices, de*ices em(edded in laptop comp ters, and ot%er de*ices 2s c% as 727 e' ipment4.

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)ll transmission modes of .T8 and CS1P), incl din& spatial m ltiple<in& 27I7,4 and sin&le spatial la!er operation. Cowe*er t%e transmission modes sed in t%e test s%all (e defined as part of t%e work. o Initiall! tests s%all se of .T8 Transmission 7ode 3, Fi<ed Reference $%annel, and forced Rank 2. )s t%e work pro&resses, ot%er transmission modes of .T8 and CSP) s%all (e introd ced. o T%e tiliAation of >aria(le Reference $%annels and ot%er+cell interference s%all also (e st died at a later sta&e.

T%e followin& is re' ired for t%e anal!sis p%ase of t%is work itemI In order to compare res lts across t%e different met%ods, a(sol te t%ro &%p t s%all (e sed as t%e Fi& re of 7erit. In order to anal!se and acc ratel! *alidate a met%od2s4 t%e followin& work s%all (e performedI o e-ode= settin&s s%all (e a&reed. o Realistic 7I7, conditions and realistic c%annel models s%all (e identified to (e sed as a reference radio en*ironment. o T%e 7I7, conditions and c%annel models s%all (e *alidated for t%e proposed test met%ods. o $ali(ration of t%e power le*els in t%e met%odolo&! s%all (e performed. o T%e a(sol te t%ro &%p t meas red for eac% test met%od s%all (e compared wit% t%e a(sol te t%ro &%p t meas red in t%e reference radio en*ironment, in order to identif! t%e capa(ilit! of eac% met%od to pro*ide a meas rement res lt t%at matc%es w%at is o(ser*ed in realistic en*ironments. o In order to minimiAe t%e *aria(les associated wit% testin& of prod ction 58s wit% nknown antenna c%aracteristics, tiliAe reference antennas in com(ination wit% a known 58 (ase(and recei*er 2*erified *ia cond cted RF tests wit% and wit%o t c%annel impairments4. T%is is intended to *erif! w%et%er t%e c%aracteristics of t%e recei*e antenna desi&n 2i.e. correlation, &ain im(alance, etc4 affectin& recei*er performance can (e acc ratel! distin& is%ed (! proposed test met%ods. In t%e e*ent t%at more t%an one test met%odolo&! is a&reed to (e standardised, differences (etween met%odolo&ies in t%e decision of w%at is a N&oodO or N(adO de*ice from t%e radiated recei*er performance perspecti*e s%all (e a*oided. W%en selectin& t%e met%od2s4 for specification for .T8 7I7,, applica(ilit! to .T8+SI7, 57TS+SI7,@7I7, s%all (e descri(ed. 1 rin& t%e co rse of t%is Work Item, maintain on&oin& comm nication wit% $,ST and $TI) 7,S; to ens re ind str! coordination on t%is topic and to distri( te tasks accordin& to e<pertise or reso rce a*aila(ilit!. TS; R)- s%o ld contact TS; ;8R)- to &et feed(ack on t%e applica(ilit! of s c% a test met%odolo&! for ;8R)-.

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10.2
Resources:
,1< ;10121

F%rt#er en#"nce*ents to &'e)N. *o+ility - 4"rt ( =,@9;10021


R3,R2
G0perli#' R4-1(0141 StatusBReport R4-1(1;0C +otes R4EA2 co*pleted TSBTR 2;.(04! 2;.((1! 2;.(A1! 2;.4A1! 2;.4A8! (A.(00! (A.((1 +a e (ore

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, C awei, Cisilicon, -S-, ip.access, )TET, .; 8lectronics, Inter1i&ital, 7its (is%i, Citac%i, ,ran&e, -8$, Sams n&, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, 5(i' is!s Tri&&ered (! FS38C-=3en% 2TR 37."634 "usti#ication Rel+16 R3,R2 WI for MC-= and Ce-= 7o(ilit! 8n%ancementsM 5I13#76669 2RP+161#26 @ RP+1161"34 %as introd ced si&nallin& *ia %oriAontal R)- interfaces 2I r%, :24 for s pportin& C2e4-= to C2e4-= mo(ilit!.
UID 46,1, 7 +a e G+E a#" Ge+E -o3ilit0 *#4a#%e e#ts - (ore part Hyperlink 4!11,183 Status_Report 4!-11,,78 +otes R4E;1 co*pleted TSs +7(413* +7(4%6* +7(4%9* 3%(3,,* 3%(413* 3%(4+3* new +7(461

) new Rel+11 work packa&e was a&reed at R)-D91, startin& wit% a R3,R2 feasi(ilit! st d!I
UID 71,,3 % +a e Stu"0 o# furt4er e#4a#%e e#ts for G+E a#" Ge+E Hyperlink 4!-1+,+69 Status_Report 4!-1+,769 +otes R4E;A co*pleted TR 1T4'* 5T& 36(8,3

2M,S: T%e SI considered t%e s pport of $8..3F)$C@$8..3P$C@5R)3P$C state and t%e (enefits t%at s c% s pport can pro*ide. 7an! sol tions were pro*ided d rin& t%e SI p%ase. 2M,S and L,0: R)- s%arin&, s pported on t%e macro network %as (een considered in relation to C2e4-=s. T%e stat s of t%e work performed d rin& t%e St d! Item is mat re eno &% to proceed wit% a Work Item. $!%ectiveI introd ction of en%anced mo(ilit! proced res and f nctionalities for femto+to+femto and macro+to+femto, (ot% for 57TS and .T8. 2M,S part o# the >or. Ite will add t%e followin& f nctionalitiesI

14 8n%anced 7o(ilit! in $8..3F)$C, $8..3P$C and 5R)3P$C Sta&e 2 and Sta&e 3 work for sol tions 1e 2S+R-TI+prefi< (ased4 and 2( 2(ased on 58 sendin& $ell I1 to tar&et node *ia RR$ $8.. 5P1)T8 messa&e4, as descri(ed in TR 37."63, wit% t%e option to down+select (ot% options to a sin&le one. -,T8I R)-2 specific impact wo ld still need to (e ela(orated for sol tion 2(. co on 2M,S and L,0 part will address t%e followin& aspectsI 14 R)- s%arin&I Sta&e 2 and sta&e 3 work s%all (e performed for sol tion 1a 2i.e. T%e 58 reports t%e s (set of t%e (roadcasted P.7- identities passin& access and $S; mem(ers%ip c%eck, t%e e-=@R-$ *erifies access c%eck for t%e P.7-s indicated (! t%e 58 and selects one if m ltiple pass t%e access c%eck and finall! t%e 778@S;S- *erifies t%e $S; mem(ers%ip c%eck for t%e P.7selected (! t%e so rce e-=@R-$4. -,T8I t%is topic re' ires work in R)-2

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;C01( 1 A(001 1

6-B =B -R4 "nd -RS "nd =-RA &"nd 4#"nto* rel"ted =B -R4 "nd -RS Re/%ire*ents =,@9;C00(1
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -okia, HT8, )TET, $)TR, $%ina 7o(ile, 1e tsc%e Telekom, -TT 1ocomo, Telefonica, TeliaSonera, >eriAon Wireless, =lack=err!, 7otorola Sol tions, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, Sprint Tri&&ered (! Rel+11 TR 37.062 St d! on 7eas rements of radio performances for .T8 terminals + TRP and TRS test met%odolo&! 2FS3.T83,T)4 5I13996622 "usti#ication .T8 58 Total Radiated Power 2TRP4 and Total Radiated Sensiti*it! 2TRS4 test met%odolo&! was finaliAed in TR 37.062 in R)-D97 in Septem(er 2612. - m(er of commercial .T8 network deplo!ments and commercial .T8 de*ices is alread! ' ite si&nificant and t%ese n m(ers are increasin&. T%erefore, t%e need for 58 re' irements for .T8 TRP and TRS is also (ecomin& important in order to ens re &ood .T8 s!stem and de*ice performance w%en t%e n m(er of de*ices in t%e networks are increasin&. )lso 5TR) 58 ,T) test met%odolo&! wit% %and p%antoms 2incl din& test met%od for speec% mode wit% %ead and %and p%antoms and test met%od for data mode wit% %and p%antoms4 was finaliAed in R)-D97. T%e 5TR) 58 ,T) TRP and TRS re' irements for t%ese newl! added test met%ods are still missin&. $!%ectivesI to define 58 .T8 TRP and TRS minim m re' irements (ot% for .T8 F11 and T11 58s (ased on t%e TRP and TRS test met%odolo&! defined in TR 37.062 and pdate 5TR) TRP and TRS re' irements for %and p%antom (ased test met%ods defined in TR 29.01#. 1etailed work tasks incl deI L,0 /(hase &* 2ntil RA+:7661 1. 5ntil R)-#D66I 1isc ss and a&ree a plan for .T8 TRP and TRS meas rements incl din& test set p, de*ice t!pe o T%e re' irement de*elopment is initiated for different de*ices t!pes in t%e followin& order for ens rin& foc s for t%e workI Smartp%one t!pe of de*ices .88 2.aptop 8m(edded 8' ipment4 .78 2.aptop 7o nted 8' ipment4 o T%e re' irement de*elopment is addressed for different test met%ods in case of smartp%ones Cead and Cand p%antom (ased test met%od for speec% mode Cand p%antom onl! (ased test met%od for data (rowsin& o It is also recommended t%at t%e work is started for fre' enc! (ands for w%ic% t%ere are commercial de*ices in order to ena(le meas rements 2. 5ntil R)-#D6"I Present .T8 TRP and TRS meas rement data 3. 5ntil R)-#D6"I )ddress principles for settin& .T8 TRP and TRS 58 re' irements #. 5ntil R)-#D60I 1efine .T8 TRP and TRS re' irements for .T8 F11 and T11 58s 2,RA /(hase '* until RA+:7D&1 1. 5ntil R)-#D60I 1isc ss and a&ree a plan for 5TR) 58 TRP and TRS meas rements wit% %ead and %and p%antoms incl din& test set p, de*ice t!pe etc. o Smartp%ones o Cead and Cand p%antom (ased test met%od for speec% mode 2. 5ntil R)-#D76I Present 5TR) TRP and TRS meas rement data wit% %and p%antoms test met%ods 3. 5ntil R)-#D76I )ddress principles for settin& 5TR) TRP and TRS 58 re' irements wit% t%e %ead and %and p%antom test met%od. #. 5ntil R)-#D71I 1efine 5TR) TRP and TRS 58 re' irements wit% t%e %ead and %and p%antom for speec% mode test met%ods

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,1< ;8011 8 ;8021 8 ;80(1 8 ;8041 8

S%pport for .ei@o% N"$i "tion S"tellite Syste* '.@S) for =-RA "nd 6-B =,@9;80018
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $)TR, HT8, $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina 5nicom, $%ina Telecom, $)TT, C awei, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, Pote*io, $oolpad, T1 Tec%, -ew Postcom, 7TB, 8ricsson, ? alcomm, -okia, )lcatel+ . cent, Intel =ei1o [ $%inese -a*i&ation Satellite S!stem %ttpI@@www.(eido .&o*.cn@attac%@2612@12@27@261212273da20c9e("27#de("cd2(17"22"(a2(d.pdf
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"usti#ication 3;PP TS; R)- introd ced s pport for ;alileo and )dditional -a*i&ation Satellite S!stems 2;)-SS4 to Rel+7. T%e ;)-SS specifications allow addition of new satellite s!stems (! assi&nment of new P;)-SS I1sP, P;)-SS Si&nal I1sP, and P;)-SS Time I1sP, to&et%er wit% a few )S-.1 e<tensions to e<istin& assistance data elements. In Rel+7, onl! t%e ;alileo na*i&ation satellite s!stem can (e s pported. In Rel)", some additional na*i&ation satellite s!stems incl din& 7oderniAed ;PS, S=)S, ?HSS, and ;.,-)SS are introd ced nder t%e e<istin& framework of ;)-SS. =1S is a &lo(al na*i&ation satellite s!stem consistin& of 39 satellites, w%ic% incl de 9 ;eostationar! 8art% ,r(it 2;8,4 satellites, 27 7edi m 8art% ,r(it 278,4 satellites, and 3 Inclined ;eos!nc%rono s Satellite ,r(it 2I;S,4 satellites. )ll t%e satellites will (e deplo!ed (efore 2626. In 1ec 2612, =1S (e&an to pro*ide ser*ices to c stomers in )sia+ Pacific re&ion. 7ore information of =1S can (e fo nd in attac%ed doc ment. Introd ction of =1S will m ltipl! t%e n m(er of satellites and si&nals a*aila(le for free open ser*ice positionin&, and t%erefore, will increase t%e ser*ice a*aila(ilit!, ser e<perience and acc rac! of .$S. In partic lar, acc rac!, !ield and time to first fi< will (e impro*ed in en*ironments, s c% as indoor and dense r(an, w%ere na*i&ation satellite si&nals normall! e<%i(it (lockin&, atten ation and m ltipat% effects. )nd e*en %i&%er acc rac! will (e ac%ie*ed in en*ironments, s c% as r ral and s ( r(an, w%ere %i&% !ield and &ood acc rac! are normall! possi(le. T%e Si&nal In Space Interface $ontrol 1oc ments 2SIS I$1s4 of =1S are all freel! a*aila(le 2e.&., no re&istration re' ired4I $!%ectives 2,RAI to incl de s pport for =1S to 5TR)- specifications (! definin& a new ;)-SS I1 and introd cin& some necessar! assistance data information 2e.&. $lock 7odel for =1S, -a*i&ation 7odel for =1S, and )lmanac for =1S4 (ased on t%e e<istin& ;)-SS framework. 8<tensions to e<istin& assistance data elements s%all allow to nati*el! s pport =1S sin& 5TR)- si&nallin&. T%e followin& specifications ma! (e impactedI Sta&e 2 SpecsI 29.369 Some &eneral description a(o t t%e s pport for =1S will (e added in t%e sta&e 2 specification for positionin&. Sta&e 3 SpecsI 29.366, 29.331, 29.#13, 29.#23, 29.#33, 29.#93 -ew ;)-SS I1 and necessar! assistance data information 2e.&. $lock 7odel for =1S, -a*i&ation 7odel for =1S, and )lmanac for =1S4 will (e introd ced in t%e sta&e 3 specs (ased on t%e e<istin& ;)-SS framework.

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$!%ectives L,0I to incl de s pport for =1S to .T8 specifications (! definin& a new ;-SS I1 and introd cin& some necessar! assistance data information 2e.&. $lock 7odel for =1S, -a*i&ation 7odel for =1S, and )lmanac for =1S4 (ased on t%e e<istin& ;-SS framework. 8<tensions to e<istin& assistance data elements s%all allow to nati*el! s pport =1S sin& .T8 si&nallin&. T%e followin& specifications ma! (e impactedI Sta&e2 SpecsI 36.369 Some &eneral description a(o t t%e s pport for =1S will (e added in t%e sta&e 2 specification for positionin&. Sta&e3 SpecsI 36.399 -ew ;-SS I1 and necessar! assistance data information 2e.&. $lock 7odel for =1S, -a*i&ation 7odel for =1S, and )lmanac for =1S4 will (e introd ced in t%e sta&e 3 spec (ased on t%e e<istin& ;-SS framework.

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,1< ;801( 0 ;802( 0

.S RF re/%ire*ents for Acti$e Antenn" Syste* =,@9;800(0


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Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, )TET, $)TR , $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 5nicom, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, CiSilicon, B11I, -II , -TT 1o$o7o, ,ran&e, T+7o(ile 5S), Tel s, 5S $ell lar, $learwire, >odafone, -8$, -S-, Telefonica, Sams n& Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 37."#6 St d! of RF and 87$ Re' irements for )cti*e )ntenna )rra! S!stem =S 2FS3))S3=S3.T835TR)4 "usti#ication TR 37."#6 St d! on specif!in& t%e necessar! =S re' irements for ))S was completed in R)-D90, res ltin& inI
)n e<amination of rele*ant international re& lations re*ealed little & idance re&ardin& t%e specifications t%at are e<plicitl! applica(le to ))S. )n anal!sis of ))S RF transmission o(ser*es t%at ndesired emissions from different transmitters will not (e perfectl! correlated. T%e ncorrelated parts of t%e ndesired emissions will not (e radiated in t%e same pattern as emissions w%ic% are correlated (etween different transmitters. T%is effect was st died in sim lations of t%e spatial distri( tion of t%e )dFacent $%annel .eaka&e Ratio 2)$.R4. Sim lation res lts indicated t%at for t%e specific scenarios 2an application wit% fi<ed (eam pattern (! a sin&le col mn ))S4 st died, )$.R of #9d= per transcei*er is s fficient to f lfil t%e co+e<istence st dies as detailed in TR36.0#2 and TR29.0#2. T%ese sim lations estimate t%e mean and 9 t% percentile t%ro &%p t impact, w%ile f t re sim lations ma! consider and st d! t%e impact of t%e spatial distri( tion of )$.R on t%e spatial distri( tion of t%ro &%p t. )s an e<ample of recei*er impacts, t%e in+(and (lockin& was sim lated and anal!Aed for ))S =S. T%e res lts of a sin&le col mn ))S model o(ser*ed t%at t%e power le*el presented for eac% indi*id al recei*er of an ))S s!stem was similar to t%e in+(and (lockin& power le*el presented to a con*entional =S recei*er as a res lt of t%e difference in antenna &ain and directi*it! (etween an antenna arra! and a sin&le element or s (+arra! of t%e ))S antenna arra!. 8<istin& RF re' irements 2in w%ic% some of t%e re' irements are deri*ed (ased t%e reference antennas4 ma! (e inade' ate to ens re coe<istence for ni' e ))S applications w%ic% ma! (e diffic lt or impossi(le to s pport (! con*entional (ase stations. 8<amples of s c% applications incl de (eam steerin& in ele*ation, aAim t% or com(inations of (ot%. Two potential approac%es for reference point definition were identified for re' irementsI radiated re' irements and re' irements at t%e transcei*er arra! (o ndar!. Re' irements s%o ld (e specified at onl! one reference point. T%e SI did not reac% consens s on t%e defa lt reference point. T%e point of testin& ma! differ from t%e re' irement reference pointU one e<ample is a re' irement ma! (e specified in t%e far field ( t tested at t%e transcei*er arra! (o ndar! wit% an appropriate transformation, and *ice *ersa.

=ased on t%e TR 37."#6 st d! res lt, it is necessar! and feasi(le to specif! t%e RF re' irements for ))S =S. $!%ectives =eatureI to specif! t%e =S RF re' irements for ))S =S co*erin& sin&le R)T capa(le =S s pportin& 5TR) or 8+5TR), and m lti+R)T capa(le =S operatin& in =and $ate&or! 1 and =and $ate&or! 3 for Wide )rea and 7edi m Ran&e, and .ocal )rea co*era&e to ens re necessar! coe<istence. -,T8I Wide )rea =S will (e prioritiAed.

T%e new specification for ))S will take a similar approac% wit% t%e o tcome of t%e on+&oin& R)-# Rel+12 TR 37."16 St d! on =ase Station specification str ct re, takin& into acco nt t%e re& lator! framework in different re&ions. It is composed of t%e followin& work tasksI a4 (4 $ore RF re' irements in newl! created ))S =S specifications. $onformance testin& re' irements in newl! created ))S =S specifications, deri*ed from t%e core RF re' irements, and demod lation testin& re' irements. to specif! t%e =S core RF re' irements for ))S.

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T%e work item will de*elop and specif! t%e core re' irements for ))S =ase Stations accordin& to t%e followin& stepsI

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In t%e first stepI ] ] ] ] F rt%er e*al ation of t%e spatial effects of m ltiple+col mn ))S =S on coe<istence performance. F rt%er e*al ation of t%e spatial *ariation of ot%er RF c%aracteristics w%ic% ma! (e impacted (! antenna c%aracteristics. It ma! (e necessar! to e*al ate t%ese c%aracteristics on a re' irement (! re' irement (asis. 1efinin& a set of representati*e deplo!ment scenarios, as necessar! to s pport t%e e*al ations. Specif!in& eac% of t%e core re' irements (! means of eit%er radiated re' irements or re' irements at t%e transcei*er arra! (o ndar! to ens re necessar! coe<istence.. ) decision on t%e re' irement reference point s%all (e (ased on concl din& t%at radiated spatial effects t%at are nderstood to %a*e impact on core re' irements can (e capt red at t%at partic lar reference point. 1efinin& transformations from t%e re' irement point to t%e test point w%ere necessar! and possi(le. In t%e secondar! step, (ased on and sin& t%e o tp ts of t%e first step a(o*eI 1e*elopment of application independent core re' irements w%ic% ens re co+e<istence in &eneric applications. It ma! (e necessar! to e*al ate detailed approac%es on a re' irement (! re' irement (asis.

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)ll t%e e<istin& feat res and t%e on+&oin& feat res, s c% as carrier a&&re&ation, operations in non+conti& o s, operations in m ltiple+(and, will (e co*ered in t%e specifications for ))S =S. 8<istin& =S core RF specifications will remain and (e applica(le wit%in t%eir c rrent scope. -,T8 1I T%e specifications for sin&le R)T capa(le =S s pportin& 5TR) or 8+5TR) and 7SR =S will (e determined later wit% reference to t%e a&reements in t%e on&oin& SI for =S specification str ct re. -,T8 2I TR 37."#6 co ld (e pdated if necessar!. $!%ectives (er#I to de*elop ))S =ase Station test confi& rations and specification of t%e conformance test re' irements correspondin& to t%e core re' irements. 7eetin& t%is o(Fecti*e ma! incl de de*elopment of demod lation test re' irements for ))S (ase station. 7 ltiple testin& approac%es ma! (e de*eloped w%ere necessar! and possi(le to s pport ))S implementations wit% access to t%e transcei*er arra! (o ndar!, as well as ))S implementations wit%o t access to t%e transcei*er arra! (o ndar!. )t least one meas rement set p will (e de*eloped for eac% re' irement. 7eas rement approac%es m st demonstrate t%at t%e! are a(le to *erif! t%e specified core re' irements and capt re radiated spatial aspects identified as rele*ant. Test met%odolo&ies are to (e disc ssed in parallel wit% core re' irements to & ide t%e decision on t%e re' irement point and of transformations from re' irement point to testin& point as needed.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, -8$, C awei, -S-. Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 37."16 St d! on =ase Station specification str ct re 2FS3=Sspec3str c4

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,1< A0012 1

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, ? alcomm, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, BP-, Telenor, C awei, ).5, .i&%tS' ared, ?tel, Telefonica "usti#ication T%is Work Item follows t%e decision (! $8PT, in ,cto(er 2612, to %armoniAe t%e fre' enc! (and 1#92+1#02 7CA 2.+ (and4 for mo(ile comm nications S pplemental 1ownlink 2S1.4 . T%e .+(and 21#92+ 1#02 7CA4 %as earlier (een a (roadcastin& (and 2terrestrial and satellite 1)=4 in 8 rope, and in order to allow co ntries wis%in& to contin e terrestrial 1)= operation in part of t%e (and, a sol tion t%at a*oids %a*in& mo(ile de*ices transmittin& in t%e (and was re' ired. T%e decision (! $8PT is as followsI T%e purpose o# the 0CC 3ecision is to %armoniAe t%e se of t%e (and 1#92+1#02 7CA for terrestrial mo(ile@fi<ed comm nications networks s pplemental downlink 27F$- S1.4U $8PT ad inistrations shall desi&nate t%e fre' enc! (and 1#92+1#02 7CA to 7F$- S1., takin& into acco nt t%at t%e desi&nation of t%e fre' enc! (and 1#92+1#02 7CA to mo(ile@fi<ed comm nications networks 27F$-4 S1. does not pre*ent administrations from sin& parts of t%e (and for terrestrial (roadcastin&, aerona tical telemetr!, 7F$- ot%er t%an S1. or ot%er terrestrial applications to adapt to national circ mstancesU

;i*en t%e a(o*e, it is proposed to open a 3;PP Work Item 2in R)-#4 to standardiAe t%e .+(and 21#92+1#02 7CA4 and correspondin& re' irements for S1. operation. Some possi(le com(inations for t%is (and incl deI 5TR)I 8+5TR)I =and I 22.1 ;CA4 J .+(and 2S1.4. =and >III 2066 7CA4 J .+(and 2S1.4. =and 26 2"66 7CA4 J .+(and 2S1.4. =and " 2066 7CA4 J .+(and 2S1.4. =and 3 21"66 7CA4 J .+(and 2S1.4. =and 7 22666 7CA4 J .+(and 2S1.4.

$!%ectives CoreI 1. Specif! t%e (and n m(erin& and RF c%aracteristics of t%e .+(and for 5TR), 8+5TR) and 7SR. o 8+5TR) c%annel (andwidt%s 9, 16, 19 and 26 7CA o T%e .+(and is restricted to (e sed on $) confi& ration for 8+5TR) or d al (and confi& ration for 5TR) 2. Specif! t%e RF re' irements for t%e s pport of 8+5TR) $arrier )&&re&ation (etween =and 26 J .+(and 21#92+ 1#02 7CA4I T%e re' irements s%o ld (e (ased on t%e f nctionalit! c rrentl! defined for 1.+onl! carrier )&&re&ation. 3. Specif! t%e RF re' irements for t%e s pport of 5TR) d al (and for t%e (and com(inations of =and I 22.1 ;CA4 J .+(and 21#92+ 1#02 7CA4. T%e re' irements s%o ld (e (ased on t%e f nctionalit! c rrentl! defined for 1=+1$ CS1P) and #$+CS1P)I #. 5pdate t%e related tec%nical specifications to incl de t%e .+(and and $)@d al (and com(inations.

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R)-9 testin& aspects will (e considered. )*aila(le 8$$ RF re' irements 2e.&. on least restricti*e tec%nical conditions as defined in )nne< 2 of t%e 8$$ 1ecision4 s%o ld (e taken into acco nt.

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6-B-&R4@ '&i # R"te 4"c3et @"t" in (I442) inter-RAS5N =,@9A00021


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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina Telecom, C awei, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, HT8, ? alcomm, -8$, -S-, Sams n&, .i&%tS' ared. Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 37."13 2FS3.T83CRP13S,-4. S)2 s%o ld *erif! t%e arc%itect re sol tion in TR 37."13 for inter+R)T load (alancin& (etween .T8+CRP1. $T# s%o ld specif! t%e RI7 e<tension to s pport t%e feat re.
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title ;;0020 Rel-12 St%dy on 6-B-&R4@ '&i # R"te 4"c3et @"t" in (I442) inter-RA- S5N +ature of relatio#s4ip -R (1.C1(

"usti#ication T%e scenarios considered for .T8+eCRP1 S,- are *er! similar to t%e scenarios w%en deplo!in& .T8+5TR)-@;S7. Inter+R)T S,- feat res of .T8 and 5TR)-@;S7 %a*e (een standardiAed in 3;PP. Inter+R)T S,- for .T8+$17) is %owe*er not specified. For t%e $17) operators w%o plan to deplo! .T8 networks, inter .T8+eCRP1 S,- will (rin& man! (enefits, especiall! forI + =alancin& t%e load to offload .T8 traffic from@to t%e eCRP1 network

3;PP2 %as appro*ed a work item on $17) S,-, w%ic% incl des .T8+eCRP1 inter+R)T scenario. ItPs necessar! to coordinate (etween 3;PP and 3;PP2 on t%is topic. $!%ectives CoreI introd ction of an information e<c%an&e (etween .T8 and eCRP1 to s pport .T8+eCRP1 S,f nctionalit!. Sta&e 2 and sta&e 3 specification work s%all (e performed to introd ce t%e followin& f nctionalit!I + .oad information e<c%an&e (etween .T8 and eCRP1 (ased on t%e e<istin& .T8+5TR)-@;8R)- sol tion

In addition to t%is, t%e mec%anisms and interfaces to e<c%an&e t%e re' ired information for t%e a(o*e f nctionalit! (etween .T8 and eCRP1 s%all (e defined.

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,ncre"sin t#e *ini*%* n%*+er of c"rriers for =B *onitorin in =-RA "nd B-=-RA =,@9A20042
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, Teliasonera, ,ran&e, $%ina 7o(ile, Telecom Italia, Soft=ank 7o(ile, e)ccess, -okia, -S-, BT, >eriAon, 1e ts%e Telecom, C awei, CiSilicon, ? alcomm, Telenor, Sams n&, )lcatel+ . cent, )TET, 5S $ell lar, T+7o(ile, $)TT, $%ina Telecom "usti#ication Stron& interest %as (een e<pressed in increasin& t%e capa(ilit! for t%e minim m n m(er of carriers t%at 58 can monitor. T%e n m(er of deplo!ed (ands and fre' encies %as increased si&nificantl! in recent !ears and t%e e<istin& minim m re' irements are seen to (e si&nificant limitations in f t re. T%ere are tradeoffs (etween n m(er of carriers w%ic% can (e monitored, reselection and %ando*er dela!s, 58 power cons mption and compressed mode@meas rement &ap densit! and 58 memor! sa&e, so caref l consideration is needed for t%e appropriate core and performance re' irements for cell identification and meas rements $!%ectives CoreI Increase t%e minim m n m(er of inter+fre' enc! carriers and cells a 58 s%all (e a(le to monitor for 5TR) and for 85TR). T%e correspondin& workin& ass mptions are inter+fre' enc! and inter+R)T for 5TR) and 8+5TR)I o 5TR) F11 ma< 9 carriers For t%e total n m(er of cells, ma< "6 cells can (e considered as a si&nallin& limitation (! R)-2 T%e pper limit on t%e n m(er of cells@carrier can (e disc ssed o 8+5TR) F11 ma< " carriers o 8+5TR) T11 ma< " carriers inter+R)T for 8+5TR)I o 5TR) T11 ma< 6 carriers 7inim m re' irements for total n m(er of carriers to monitor in 29.133 and 36.133 s%all also (e addressed For 5TR) F11, Idle@5R)3P$C@$8..3P$C states and $8..31$C@$8..3F)$C state operation s%all (e considered. For 8+5TR) F11 and 8+5TR) T11, RR$ idle mode and RR$ connected state operation s%all (e considered. T%e work on inter+fre' enc! la!ers to (e monitored s%all (e prioritiAed o*er inter+R)T la!ers to (e monitored. )n! c%an&es s%all (e (ackwards compati(le from a core and performance re' irements point of *iew, ie t%e sol tion s%o ld not worsen e<istin& RR7 re' irements 2e.&., dela!s4 and power cons mption in t%e 58 w%en sin& t%e n m(er of carriers@cells a 58 can monitor in t%e e<istin& specification Re' irements s%all also (e de*eloped for 58 t%at s pport t%e optional capa(ilit! to make inter+fre' enc! and interR)T meas rements wit%o t &aps. $!%ectives (er#I 1efine RR7 test cases for 58 t%at s pport increased minim m n m(er of carriers to (e monitored in 5TR) and 8+5TR)

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26ANJ(I44 R"dio ,nterwor3in =,@9A2004C


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Supporting Individual Me !ers: Intel, )lcatel+. cent, $%ina 7o(ile, .; 8lectronics, )cer, >odafone, ITRI, 7ediaTek, -S-, -okia, B!ocera, 1ISC -etwork, $isco, Se' ans, Ip.access, Sprint, .; 5pl s, IT. Inc., Sams n&, =lack(err!, )TET, Inter1i&ital, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, 5S $ell lar, B11I, -TT 1ocomo, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, >eriAon, TeliaSonera. Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 37."3# St d! on W.)-@3;PP Radio Interworkin& 2FS35TR)3.T83W.)-3interw4. "usti#ication 58s sin& W.)- networks controlled (! 3;PP operators and t%eir partners often make s (optimal offload to@from W.)- decisions res ltin& in poor ser e<perience and inefficient reso rce tiliAation of operatorPs networks. )s part of t%e st d! on W.)-@3;PP radio interworkin& R)-2 %a*e identified a set of re' irements, ass mptions, scenarios and se cases t%at needed to (e addressed (! t%e st d!. R)-2 %a*e f rt%er defined t%ree sol tions to impro*e access network selection and traffic steerin& to@from W.)-. R)-D61 %a*e a&reed t%at sol tions for W.)-@3;PP radio interworkin& s%all s pport (ot% deplo!ments wit% and wit%o t )-1SF to satisf! different operator deplo!ments. T%is work item will standardiAe a sol tion to impro*e W.)-@3;PP access network selection and traffic steerin& t%at addresses re' irements from all operators. $!%ectives CoreI to specif! mec%anism for W.)-@3;PP access network selection and traffic steerin& consistin&.

For t%e )ccess -etwork Selection partI Selected R)- assistance parameters transferred *ia s!stem (roadcast and@or dedicated si&nallin& sed wit%inI o R)- r les defined wit%in R)- W; specifications in case en%anced )-1SF is not deplo!ed in t%e network or not s pported (! t%e 58. o )-1SF policies in case en%anced )-1SF is deplo!ed in t%e network and s pported (! t%e 58. R)- assistance information ma! (e en%anced wit% W.)- identifiers in case )-1SF is not deplo!ed or not s pported (! t%e 58.

For t%e Traffic Ro tin& partI Selected R)- assistance parameters transferred *ia s!stem (roadcast and@or dedicated si&nallin& sed wit%inI o R)- r les specified in R)-2 W; specifications in case en%anced )-1SF is not deplo!ed or not s pported (! t%e 58. o )-1SF policies in case en%anced )-1SF is deplo!ed in t%e network and s pported (! t%e 58. R)- assistance information ma! (e en%anced wit% traffic ro tin& information 2e.&. offload &ran larit!4 in case )-1SF is not deplo!ed or not s pported (! t%e 58.

T%e sol tion is applica(le to 58s in RR$ I1.8 and RR$ $,--8$T81 states for 8+5TR)-, 58 I1.8 mode for 5TR)- and $8..3F)$C, $8..3P$C, 5R)3P$C and $8..31$C states for 5TR)-. T%e sol tion s pports deplo!ments wit% and wit%o t )-1SF. T%e sol tion s%all s pport co+e<istence of )-1SF wit% R)- r les w%en (ot% are deplo!ed. R)- s%all coordinate wit% S)2@$T1 to incorporate selected R)- assistance parameters into en%anced )-1SF policies and to resol*e an! dependencies t%at mi&%t arise as part of t%is WI. R)- s%all also coordinate wit% R)-9 to define test cases for t%e f nctionalit! defined as part of t%is WI. $!%ectives SA' aspectsI to en%ance t%e 8PS wit% impro*ed and operator controlled W.)-@3;PP access network selection and traffic steerin&. Specificall!, t%e work item &oal is to de*elop t%e sta&e+2 specifications ( ildin& pon t%e

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o tcomes and a&reements reac%ed in t%e co rse of t%e M5TR)3.T83W.)-3interwM feat re work in R)-2. Specific areas of work in S)2 incl deI S pport of deplo!ments w%ere t%e ser*in& P.7- 2Come or >isited4 is operatin& wit% )-1SF policies onl! or R)- r les onl!, or wit% (ot% R)- r les and )-1SF policies. 1efine t%e %andlin& of coe<istence (etween )-1SF policies and R)- r les. S pport of roamin& and R)- s%arin& s%all (e considered 1efine, for t%e )-1SF (ased sol tionI o T%e %andlin& of t%e R)- assistance parameters (! )-1SF policies ena(lin& en%anced 58 access network selection and@or traffic steerin&. o =ased on t%e a&reements in R)-2, incl de t%e %andlin& of t%ese a&reed pon parametersI .T8 RSRP@57TS $PI$C RS$P t%res%old 2for F114@57TS P$$P$C RS$P t%res%old 2for T114, .T8 RSR?@57TS $PI$C 8c@-o t%res%old 2for F114 in )-1SF policies. T%is will incl de t%e replacement of t%ese parameters in )-1SF policies. o T%e ,ffload Preference Indicator 2,PI4 %andlin& in )-1SF policies s%all (e defined. T%e followin& approac%es %a*e (een identified (! R)-2 for considerationI &reater@less t%an+approac%, e' al to+approac% (itmap+approac%. For t%e R)- sol tion for traffic ro tin& 2i.e. wit%o t traffic ro tin& (! )-1SF4I Specif! an! re' ired proced res w%ic% in*ol*e t%e 8P$@$-. R)-2 a&reed t%at t%e R)- sol tion wit%o t )-1SF s pports onl! )P- le*el offload &ran larit!. In case of 8+5TR)-, t%e sol tion s%o ld allow t%e operator to ens re t%at t%e 58 keep at least one P1connection on 8+5TR)- and does not detac% from t%e 8+5TR)- so t%e 8+5TR)- can contin e to pro*ide assistance parameters. R)-2 %a*e disc ssed two alternati*e sol tions to indicate to t%e 58 w%ic% traffic ma! (e offloaded to W.)- 2or, w%ic% traffic t%e network operator prefers to keep in 3;PP4. )lternati*e 1I 14 T%e e-=@R-$ indicates to t%e 58 *ia RR$ si&nallin& w%ic% 8PS (earer ma! (e offloaded to W.)-. T%e 58 stores t%at information and maintains it e*en if t%e RR$ connection is released. If all (earers (elon&in& to an )P- are allowed to (e offloaded, t%e 58 ma! offload traffic for t%is )P- to W.)-. R)-2 disc ssed two alternati*es on %ow e-=@R-$ ma! &et t%is informationI a4 T%e e-=@R-$ ma! determine (ased on ,)7 confi& ration w%ic% 8PS (earer m st not (e offloaded 2e.&. (ased on ?$I *al e4. (4 T%e 778@S;S- informs t%e e-=@R-$ *ia S1)P@R)-)P si&nallin& w%ic% 8PS (earer m st not (e offloaded. )lternati*e 2I 14 T%e 8P$ indicates to t%e 58 in -)S si&nallin& w%ic% )P-s m st not (e offloaded or alternati*el! w%ic% )P-s ma! (e offloaded to W.)-. T%is Work item s%all select one approac% and proceed to specif! it.

In t%e scope of t%is work item, onl! sol tions wit% limited o*erall s!stem impact on R)- and 8P$, compati(le wit% t%e assi&ned time ( d&et at TS; S)D63, s%all (e considered and doc mented. T%is work item s%all onl! address f nctionalit! e<plicitl! re' ired to s pport t%e parent feat re.

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UID 771,, , 73,,+ 7 73,,+ 9 77,,1 , 77,,1 1 7%,,1 7 7%,,1 % 7%,,1 6 76,,1 + 76,,1 3 76,,1 4 76,,1 7 76,,1 % 76,,1 8 76,,+ % 78,,3 + 78,,3 3 78,,3 4 78,,3 7 78,,3 % 79,,+ + 79,,+ 4 79,,+ 7 79,,+ 9 79,,+ 8 79,,+ 3 79,,3 1 79,,+ % 79,,+ 6 %,,,+ + %,,,+ 3 %,,,+ 4 Name Rel-12 CT* (arrier !22re2atio# LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ' an &an ( LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an )* Delete " LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an + an &an * ,it- )UL LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an + Delete " LTE A !ance intra"#an contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an ' LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an . LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ) an &an . LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an )+ an &an )/ LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an + an &an )0 LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an + an &an '/ Delete " LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an +1 an &an +/ LTE A !ance intra"#an contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an + LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ' an &an 1 LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an + an &an )1 LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ' an &an )0 LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an +/ an &an .' LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ) an &an ') LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an ( LTE A !ance intra"#an contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an )( LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ) an &an '+ LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an '/ an &an )' Delete " LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an 1 an &an )0 LTE A !ance LTE A !ance LTE A !ance LTE A !ance LTE A !ance ual uplink inter"#an $arrier Aggregation $lass A' ual uplink inter"#an $arrier Aggregation $lass A) ual uplink inter"#an $arrier Aggregation $lass A+ ual uplink inter"#an $arrier Aggregation $lass A. ual uplink inter"#an $arrier Aggregation $lass A* rapporteur &ricsson Sprint S: Telecom S: Telecom :--) T-/obile 1S' T-/obile 1S' -)S3 0etwork :T 0TT -.$./. $hina /obile $hina 1nicom Softbank /obile e'ccess :--) $hina /obile 1S $ellular &ricsson 0)) 3oldin"s &ricsson 0TT -.$./. :T 3uawei ;ualcomm &ricsson 0okia 4enesas $hina /obile 0okia Sprint T-/obile 1S'

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%,,,+ 7 %,,,+ % %,,,+ 8 %,,,+ 9 %,,,3 , %,,,3 1 %,,,3 + %,,,3 3 %,,,3 4 %,,,3 7 %,,,3 % %,,,3 6 %,,,3 8 %,,,3 9 %1,,1 3 %1,,1 6 %1,,1 8 %1,,1 9 %1,,+ , %1,,+ 1 %1,,+ + %1,,+ 3 %+,,1 8 %+,,1 9 %+,,+ , %+,,+ 1 %+,,+ + %+,,+ 3 %+,,6 + %+,,+ 4 %+,,+ 7 %+,,+ % %+,,+ 6 %+,,+ 8 %+,,+ 9 %+,,3 , %+,,3 1 LTE A !ance intra"#an contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an )+ LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an )+ LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ') an &an )*

Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)


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LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ' an &an '1 " A itional #an ,i t- com#ination set LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ) an &an * LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an )4 &an * an &an +5 Delete " LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an )4 &an '( an &an +5 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an )4 &an )/ an &an +5 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an .4 &an * an &an +5 Delete " LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an .4 &an '( an &an +5 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an .4 &an )/ an &an +5 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an )4 &an . an &an '+ LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an )4 &an ) an &an '+ LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL o% &an .4 &an . an &an '+ UE $on%ormance Test Aspects 6 7urt-er REL"') $on%igurations %or LTE A !ance $arrier Aggregation LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ( an &an )1 LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an * an &an )* LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ' an &an '' LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an 1 an &an '' LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an * an &an ( LTE A !ance intra"#an contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an .' %or +DL LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an ) LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ' an &an + LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ' an &an )1 LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ) an &an . " A itional #an ,i t- com#ination set LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an . an &an )( LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an + an &an )( LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an 1 an &an )( LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation in &an 1 an &an )5 " A itional c-annel #an ,i tLTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an '4 &an + an &an 1 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an '4 &an * an &an ( LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an )4 &an . an &an * LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an )4 &an . an &an ') LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an )4 &an * an &an ') LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an )4 &an ') an &an ') LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an )4 &an ') an &an +5 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an +4 &an ( an &an )5

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%+,,3 + %+,,3 3 %+,,3 4 %+,,3 7 %+,,7 , %+,,7 1 %+,,7 + %+,,7 3 %+,,3 % %+,,3 8 %+,,3 9 %3,,+ + %3,,+ 3 %3,,+ 4 %3,,+ 7 %3,,+ % %3,,+ 6 %3,,+ 8 %3,,+ 9 %3,,3 % %3,,4 7 LTE A !ance + #an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an +4 &an 1 an &an )( LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an .4 &an * an &an ')

Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)


:T 1(S( $ellular 'T<T 'T<T S: Telecom =odafone =odafone =odafone .ran"e Sprint* 'lcatel5ucent 3uawei 'T<T 0S0 0S0 ;ualcomm 0S0 0TT -.$./. TeliaSonera $hina /obile 3uawei 3uawei

LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an .4 &an ') an &an ') LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an .4 &an ') an &an +5 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation+DL %or &an '4 &an + an &an * LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an '4 &an + an &an )5 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an '4 &an ( an &an )5 LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation +DL %or &an (4 &an 1 an &an )5 LTE A !ance intra"#an contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an ( " A itional #an ,i t- com#inations LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an .' %or + DL LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an .) A itional #an ,i t- com#inations %or LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ) an &an )/ an o% &an . an &an )/ A itional #an ,i t- com#ination set %or LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an + an &an )5 A itional #an ,i t- com#ination set %or LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation o% &an ( an &an )5 A itional #an ,i t- com#inations %or LTE A !ance inter"#an $arrier Aggregation to support +DL %all#ack LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation 8+DL9'UL: o% &an +4 &an ( an &an ( LTE A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation 8+DL9'UL: o% &an '4 &an '/ an &an )' LTE"A !ance + &an $arrier Aggregation 8+DL9'UL: o% &an +4 &an + an &an ( LTE A !ance intra"#an contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an .5 %or +DL LTE A !ance $arrier Aggregation o% &an .' an &an .) A itional #an ,i t- com#inations %or LTE A !ance intra"#an non"contiguous $arrier Aggregation in &an )*

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, )lcatel . cent, $P'1, 8)1S, CiSilicon, 7ediatek, -8$, -okia, -S-, ? alcomm, Sams n&, Telecom Italia, HT8, 7otorola Sol tions "usti#ication In R ne 2612 =raAil released licenses in t%e (ands 2.6 ;CA and #96 7CA. In partic lar, at #96 7CA t%e (and plan allocation is t%e followin&I plink #91+#9" 7CA and downlink #61+#6" 7CA. T%e entire (lock 27J7 7CA4 %as (een assi&ned to a sin&le operator, w%ile different operators %a*e (een assi&ned t%e (and in different states 2differentiation on &eo&rap%ical area4. $ rrentl!, 3;PP specifications does not co*er #96 7CA (and. ProposalI open a new WI in R)-# to specif! .T8 to operate in t%e #96 7CA (and takin& into acco nt t%e (and plan indicated a(o*e. )s part of t%e work item, s ita(le (and arran&ement s c% as d ple< &ap and R<@T< separation ass mptions need to (e identified for t%is new (and and re' irements will (e de*eloped (ased on t%e findin&s of t%is acti*it!.

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F%rt#er @ownlin3 <,<5 Bn#"nce*ent for 6-B Ad$"nced =,@9;10020


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Resour%e R1 R4 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 12J08J201 4 (o p 81N 20N G0perli#' R4-12141A R4-12141A StatusBReport R4-14011( R4-14011( TSBTR (A.211! (A.212! (A.21(! (A.((1 (A.101 +a e (ore Perf

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, $CTT., $%ina Telecom, 8TRI, CT$, Intel, ITRI, -8$, Sams n&, Borea Telecom, .;+8lectronics, .; 5pl s, 7ar*ell, -ew Postcom, $learwire, Pote*io, SB Telecom, Sprint, 5S $ell lar, CT m7o(ile , III, >eriAon Wireless, 1e tsc%e Telekom, C awei, Ci+Silicon, HT8, B11I "usti#ication 1. 7I7, en%ancements %a*e (een e*al ated, and s!stem t%ro &%p t impro*ements %a*e (een s%own wit% *ario s antenna confi& rations in (ot% macro and small cell deplo!ment scenarios. Followin& t%e st dies of t%e performance (enefits and t%e standardiAation impact of 1. 7I7, en%ancements, t%e specification work needs to start to capt re t%e desired areas of en%ancement.

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Resources:
,1< ;C012 1 ;C022 1

F%rt#er Bn#"nce*ents to 6-B -@@ for @6-=6 ,nterference <"n" e*ent "nd -r"ffic Ad"pt"tion =,@9;C0021
R1,R2,R3,R#
Resour%e R1!R2!R(!R4 R4 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p C0N 0N G0perli#' R4121112 R4121112 StatusBReport R4-140182 R4-140182 TSBTR (A.101! (A.104! (A.1((! (A.211! (A.212! (A.21(! (A.214! (A.(00! (A.(21! (A.((1! (A.41(! (A.42( (A.101! (A.104! (A.1((! (A.141 +a e (ore Perf

Supporting Individual Me !ers: $)TT, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, =ollor_ Telecom, $)TR, $learwire, $7$$, 1o$o7o, 8ricsson, CiSilicon, C awei, Intel, Inter1i&ital, .; 8lectronics, 7ediaTek, -8$, -ewPostcom, -okia, -S-, Panasonic, Pote*io, ? alcomm, Renesas 7o(ile, Sams n&, S%arp, ST+8ricsson, HT8 Sta&e 3. Tri&&ered (! Rel+11 TR 36."2" St d! on F rt%er 8n%ancements to .T8 T11 for 1.+5. Interference 7ana&ement and Traffic )daptation 2FS3.T83T113eI7T)4 5I13916630 "usti#ication T11 offers fle<i(le deplo!ments wit%o t re' irin& a pair of spectr m reso rces. .T8 T11 allows for as!mmetric 5.+ 1. allocations (! pro*idin& se*en different semi+staticall! confi& red plink+downlink confi& rations. T%ese allocations can pro*ide (etween #6Q and 06Q 1. s (frames. T%e semi+static allocation ma! or ma! not matc% t%e instantaneo s traffic sit ation. 8*al ations in t%e correspondin& st d! item re*eal si&nificant performance (enefits (! allowin& T11 5.+1. reconfi& ration (ased on traffic adaptation in small cells. T%e pre*io s st dies also recommend interference miti&ation sc%eme2s4 for s!stems wit% T11 5.+1. reconfi& ration. $!%ectivesI specification of f rt%er en%ancements to .T8 T11 for 1.+5. interference mana&ement and traffic adaptation detailed in t%e followin& partsI R)-1, R)-2, and R)-3 specificationsU $ore re' irements in R)-# specifications Performance re' irements in R)-# specifications $onformance testin& in R)-9 specifications 2to follow4

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,1< ;C012 8

&etnet <o+ility Bn#"nce*ents for 6-B =,@9;C0028


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Resour%e R2!R4 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 8;N G0perli#' R4122001 StatusBReport R4-1401C1 +otes R4EA( co*pletion 0(J14FG0AJ14 TSBTR (A.1((! (A.(04! (A.((1 +a e (ore partH Get+et -o3ilit0 e#4a#%e e#ts for CT*

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, -8$, -TT 1,$,7,, Intel, Sams n&, ? alcomm Incorporated, -okia $orporation, -S-, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, Renesas 7o(ile, Inter+1i&ital , -ewPostcom, B11I, $)TT, >eriAon, )TET, .; 8lectronics, F Fits , Telefonica, 7ediatek, HT8, C awei, CiSilicon, Pantec%, ,ran&e Tri&&ered (! Rel+11 TR 36."30 St d! on Cet-et mo(ilit! en%ancements for .T8 2FS3Cet-et3e7,=3.T84 "usti#ication Cet-ets can (e deplo!ed in sin&le carrier or m lticarrier en*ironments 2incl din& non+$) and $) cases4. Seamless and ro( st mo(ilit! of sers from .T8 macro to small =TS+la!er, and *ice *ersa, s%all (e s pported to ena(le offload (enefits. T%e SI on Cet-et mo(ilit! en%ancements s%owed t%at C, performance in Cet-et en*ironments is not as &ood as macro onl! en*ironment in terms of C, fail re and pin&+pon&s. Toda! a tonomo s 58 mo(ilit! state estimation is (ased p rel! on n m(er of e<perienced cell c%an&es, ( t wit%o t e<plicitl! taken t%e cell+siAe into acco nt w%ic% can also de&rade t%e C, performance. F rt%er, %i&%er C, fail res were o(ser*ed for pico to macro Cando*er. 8fficient small cell disco*er! is important to ens re efficient offload from macro to small cells w%ile conser*in& 58 (atter! especiall! for case w%ere cells are on different carriers. Scenarios wit% more =TS+la!ers and m ltiple carriers also means t%at t%ere are more potential error cases, and t%erefore (etter reco*er! proced res co ld %elp impro*e t%e o*erall s!stem ro( stness. $!%ectivesI impro*in& mo(ilit! performance in Cet-ets in sin&le carrier or m lticarrier en*ironments 2incl din& non+ $) and $) cases4. T%e work s%o ld foc s on t%e aspects or pro(lems alread! st died as part of t%e Rel+11 Cet-et mo(ilit! SI and doc mented in TR 36."30. ] ] ] ] Impro*e o*erall C, performance wit% re&ard to C, fail re rate and Pin&+pon& in Cet-et en*ironments. Impro*ed small cell disco*er!@identification t%at minimises (atter! cons mption wit%o t si&nificant impact on small cell offloadin& potential. W%ile not e<cl din& intra+fre' enc!, foc s s%o ld (e on inter+fre' enc! small cell disco*er!. Impro*ements to %elp wit% reco*er! from R.F to %elp impro*e t%e o*erall mo(ilit! ro( stness of Cet-et .T8 networks. 8n%ancements to C, performance d rin& lon& 1R: wit% foc s on impro*ements for Cet-ets

S%o ld take into consideration small cell en%ancements work in R)- and nnecessar! d plication of sol tions s%all (e a*oided.

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Resources:
,1< ;C01( 0

F%rt#er en#"nce*ents for &eN. *o+ility->2-I2 =,@9;C00(0


R3
:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p C0N G0perli#' R412200A StatusBReport R4-140018 TSBTR (A.(00! (A.41(! (A.42( +a e (ore partH :urt4er e#4a#%e e#ts for Ge+E o3ilit0-52-G&

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, )TET, 5(i' is!s, -S-, Citac%i, Inter1i&ital, 7its (is%i, -8$, ? alcomm, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, Sams n&, Ip.access, ,ran&e Rel+16 C2e4-= 7o(ilit! 8n%ancements adds si&nallin& *ia %oriAontal R)- interfaces 2I r%, :24 to s pport C2e4-= to C2e4-= mo(ilit!. Rel+11 TR37."63 tri&&ered WI 5I1396661# partl! completed in Rel+11U remainin& work incl din& sol tion definition is Rel+12 "usti#ication T%e Rel+16 WI for C2e4-= 7o(ilit! 8n%ancements 2RP+161#264 introd ced si&nallin& *ia %oriAontal R)- interfaces 2I r%, :24 for s pportin& C2e4-= to C2e4-= mo(ilit!. ) new Rel+11 work packa&e was a&reed at R)-D91, startin& wit% a feasi(ilit! st d!I + .T8 o S pport of :2 *ia ;W pro<! for 2C4e-= to Ce-= mo(ilit! %as (een st died and different sol tions %a*e (een pro*ided.

T%e stat s of t%e work performed d rin& t%e St d! Item was mat re eno &% to proceed wit% a Work Item and :2+;W was incl ded in RP+1211#7. Part of t%e work was completed in t%is WI, ( t t%e remainder incl din& definition of sol tions will (e completed in t%is WI. T%e o(Fecti*es reflect t%e a&reements made d rin& t%e work for RP+1211#7. $!%ectivesI f rt%er Ce-= en%ancements in R)-3. Foc s on t%e introd ction of an :2+;atewa! for en%anced mo(ilit! proced res for .T8. Stage ' and stage 3 -or. shall !e per#or ed #or the introduction o# an E')Aate-ay entity -ith the #ollo-ing properties + + + + T%e :2+;W s%all (e e<plicitl! defined ( t optional to deplo!. T%e :2 interface to t%e :2+;W s%all re se S$TP wit%o t an! c%an&es. T%e :2+;W s%all (e deco pled from t%e S1+;W. Priorit! s%o ld (e &i*en to minimiAe implementation impact on t%e e-= and Ce-=, t% s minimiAin& t%e standard impact.

) Mini iFe the co plexity o# the E')A>* + T%e :2+;W s%all not terminate 58+dedicated proced res 2onl! ro te in a similar wa! as e.&. t%e S1 Ce-= ;W4 + T%e :2+;W ma! terminate t%e non+58 dedicated proced res w%en appropriate. ) Connectivity: + ) Ce-= can connect to a peer 2C4e-= sin& eit%er direct :2 or t%ro &% :2+;W. + 1ifferent Ce-=s can connect to an e-= t%ro &% different :2+;Ws. + ) Ce-= can connect to ot%er 2C4e-= peers t%ro &% onl! a sin&le :2+;W. + :2 connections t%ro &% more t%an one :2+;W are not allowed.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;C02(1

C Rx Antenn"s for 6-B =6 =,@9;C00(1


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Resour%e R4 G0perli#' R4-121108 StatusBReport R4-1(1;2( +otes R4EA2 co*pleted TSBTR (A.104! (A.141 +a e Perf

Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina Telecom, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, $)TR, $)TT, $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina 5nicom, 8ricsson, C awei, -S-, Sams n&, Sprint, HT8 WI %as perf. part onl! 2as c%an&e from #R< to "R< %as no $ore spec impact4 "usti#ication From t%e s!stem desi&n and deplo!ment of .T8 networks perspecti*e, impro*in& cell capacit! and cell co*era&e is critical for (ot% 1. and 5.. )s well known, 5. is traditionall! t%e performance (ottleneck for .T8 d e to t%e limitations on 5. T< power and ser e' ipment cost. T%is iss e (ecomes more serio s wit% t%e wider se of intelli&ent terminals and new applications like social networkin&, w%ic% make t%e &ap (etween 1. and 5. traffic load &rad all! s%rinkin&. T%erefore, 5. performance impro*ement is *er! important for operators w%en deplo!in& .T8. 1eplo!ment of " R< antennas at e-ode= is an efficient wa! to impro*e .T8 5. performance in terms of capacit! impro*ement, co*era&e e<tension as well as 58 T< power red ction. In addition, f rt%er optimiAation aspects s c% as sin& cross+polariAed antennas, potential se of %i&%er carrier fre' enc!, and ot%er optimiAations, co ld lead to more compact antennas and t% s ease t%e deplo!ment efforts for 5. " R< antennas. Cowe*er, t%e demod lation performance re' irements for " R< antennas at e-ode= are still a(sent. T%erefore, itPs proposed to specif! demod lation performance re' irements of " R< antennas for .T8 5.. $!%ectivesI Specif! t%e c%annel model for 5. " R< antennas Specif! t%e demod lation performance re' irements of " R< antennas for 5. c%annels o Identif! t%e performance re' irements set to (e specified, e.&., set of 5. p%!sical c%annels, T< antenna n m(ers, propa&ation conditions, etc.

Specif! t%e conformance tests of " R< antennas for 5. c%annels

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< A0011 2 A0021 2

6ow cost H en#"nced co$er" e <-C =B for 6-B =,@9A00012


R1,R2,R#
Resour%e R1!R2!R4 :i#is4 12J08J201 4 1(J0(J201 ; (o p 40N G0perli#' R41(0C4C R41(0C4C StatusBReport R4-140;21 +otes R4EA( co*pletion 0AJ14FG08J14 TSBTR (A.101! (A.104! (A.1((! (A.201! (A.211! (A.212! (A.21(! (A.(00! (A.(02! (A.(0A! (A.(21! (A.((1 (A.101! (A.104! (A.1(( +a e (ore

Perf

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R4-140;21

Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, )TET , TelefSnica, C awei, CiSilicon, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, -8$, Sierra Wireless, Sil*er Sprin& -etworks, >eriAon Wireless, F Fits , $)TT, -TT 1,$,7,, $%ina 7o(ile, Sams n&, -S-, Son!, ,ran&e, HT8, e)ccess, .; 8lectronics, 7ediaTek Tri&&ered (! Rel+11 TR 36.""" 2FS3.$37T$3584. "usti#ication: T%e pro*ision of 7ac%ine+T!pe $omm nications 27T$4 *ia cell lar networks is pro*in& to (e a si&nificant opport nit! for new re*en e &eneration for mo(ile operators w%ere, d e to t%e maForit! of traffic (ein& dela! tolerant and low t%ro &%p t, t%e maForit! of 7T$ de*ices operate onl! ;S7@;PRS, &i*en t%at s c% de*ices can (e de*eloped at lowest cost. T%e o(Fecti*e of t%e st d! item NSt d! on Pro*ision of low+cost 7T$ 58s (ased on .T8O was to nderstand if it wo ld (e feasi(le to specif! and ( ild an .T8 t%at %as t%e possi(ilit! to (e cost competiti*e to t%at of ;S7@;PRS de*ices, wit% t%e intention to moti*ate mi&ration of 7T$ traffic from 2; to .T8 networks. )not%er aspect of t%e st d! was to e*al ate w%et%er .T8 co*era&e co ld (e impro*ed for 7T$ de*ices wit% tar&et co*era&e impro*ement of p to 26d=, d e to t%ere e<istin& se cases w%ere 7T$ de*ice are deplo!ed deep inside ( ildin&s. TR 36.""" concl ded t%at it wo ld (e possi(le to specif! an .T8 de*ice for 7T$ wit% =ill ,f 7aterial cost compara(le to 8;PRS modem wit% a com(ination of cost red ction tec%ni' es. Ta(le 0.9+1 of TR 36.""" capt res .ink le*el sol tions st died, w%ic% are applica(le to (ot% F11 and T11. T%e st d! concl ded t%at a co*era&e impro*ement tar&et of 26d= for (ot% F11 and T11 in comparison to normal .T8 footprint co ld (e ac%ie*ed. G Cowe*er t%e TR 36.""" recommends a co*era&e impro*ement tar&et of 19d= for F11 considerin& t%e 58 power cons mption, spectr m efficienc!, specification impact and standardiAation effort. W%en com(ined wit% t%e implementation of low cost tec%ni' es, t%is co*era&e impro*ement ma! (e red ced in downlink dependent on cost red ction tec%ni' e t%at ma! (e adopted. $!%ectives CoreI to specif! a new 58 for 7T$ operation in .T8 t%at also allows for en%anced co*era&e compared to e<istin& .T8 networks, wit% t%e followin& detailed o(Fecti*esI Specif! a new 58 cate&or!@t!pe for 7T$ operation in all .T8 d ple< modes s pportin& t%e followin& capa(ilitiesI o 1 R< antenna. o 1ownlink and plink ma<im m T=S siAe of 1666 (its. o Red ced downlink c%annel (andwidt% of 1.# 7CA for data c%annel in (ase(and, w%ile t%e control c%annels are still allowed to se t%e carrier (andwidt%. 5plink c%annel (andwidt% and (andwidt% for plink and downlink RF remains t%e same as t%at of normal .T8 58. -,T8I Red ced downlink c%annel (andwidt% for control c%annels in (ase(and co ld also (e considered if 8P1$$C wit% $SS is alread! considered in Rel+12 timeline (! ot%er work. Pro*ide a relati*e .T8 co*era&e impro*ement G correspondin& to 19d= for F11 G for t%e 58 cate&or!@t!pe defined a(o*e and ot%er 58s operatin& dela! tolerant 7T$ applications wit% respect to t%eir respecti*e nominal co*era&e. o Specif! t%e followin& tec%ni' es 2w%ic% s%all (e applica(le for (ot% F11 and T114 to ac%ie*e t%isI i. Simplification of PCI$C and P$FI$C f nctionalit! or alternati*e mec%anism to PCI$C and P$FI$C f nctionalit! so t%at co*era&e limited 58 is not constrained (! PCI$C and P$FI$C p%!sical c%annels ii. ) mec%anism2s4 to s pport scala(ilit! of spectral efficienc! impact for co*era&e impro*ement (! identif!in& 58 re' irin& additional co*era&e impro*ement and informin& e-= t%e amo nt of co*era&e t%e 58 re' ires. iii. Repetition@TTI ( ndlin& and e<tension to PS1 (oostin& for applica(le c%annels@si&nals identified d rin& st d! p%ase. i*. ) rela<ed re' irement for Npro(a(ilit! of missed detectionO for PR)$C.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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W%en definin& t%e detailed sol tions for t%e a(o*e co*era&e en%ancement tec%ni' es, relati*e spectral efficienc! impact and cost@power cons mption impact s%o ld (e taken into acco nt, and di*er&ence of sol tions (etween t%e new 58 cate&or!@t!pe and ot%er 58s 2mentioned a(o*e4 s%o ld (e minimised w%ere possi(le. )dditional tec%ni' es primaril! intended to miti&ate spectr m efficienc! impacts of en%anced co*era&e 2e*al ated in TR 36."""4 are not incl ded in t%is work item. Cowe*er, an e<ception ma! (e considered for tec%ni' es w%ere addin& an en%ancement later wo ld not (e feasi(le 2e.&. t%ose impactin& common c%annels4.

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,1< A0011 (

6-B -@@-F@@ Roint oper"tion incl%din C"rrier A =,@9A0001(


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Resour%e R1!R2!R4 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p C;N G0perli#' R41404A; StatusBReport R4-140;11 +otes R4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ R41(1(88FGR41404A; +a e (ore

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R4-140;11

TSBTR (A.101! (A.104! (A.1((! (A.201! (A.211! (A.212! (A.21(! (A.(00! (A.(02! (A.(0A! (A.((1! new -R (A.C41 (A.101! (A.104! (A.1((

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -okia, $%ina 7o(ile, -S-, ? alcomm, $)TT, $)TR, -8$, 7ediatek, C awei, Cisilicon, ,ran&e, TeliaSonera, B11I, Sams n&, $eWIT, 1e tsc%e Telekom, T+7o(ile 5S), Soft(ank 7o(ile, BT, >eriAon Wireless, S%arp, 1)$+5P$, I)8SI, Panasonic, Intel, =lack=err!, HT8, III, Te<as Instr ments "usti#ication: 8+5TR) s pports d ple< modes of (ot% F11 and T11. W%ile t%e interworkin& mec%anisms (etween 8+5TR) F11 and T11 %a*e (een specified, t%e (e%a*ior of terminals sim ltaneo sl! connected to t%e network on two 2or more4 (ands wit% different d ple< modes %as not (een specified. For operators wit% (ot% F11 and T11 spectr m, it is cr cial to identif! efficient mec%anism2s4 s c% t%at (ot% spectr m reso rces can (e f ll! tiliAed to impro*e s!stem performance and ser e<perience. T%e se of $) offers means to increase t%e peak data rates and t%ro &%p t (! a&&re&atin&, as %as (een disco*ered d rin& Rel+16 .T8 $) work, and it %as (een en%anced d rin& Rel+11 .T8 $) en%ancement work. 8fficient T11 and F11 spectr m sa&e and tiliAation of different tec%nolo&ies Fointl! are &ettin& more and more important for t%e f t re .T8 deplo!ments in order to cope wit% increased t%ro &%p t and capacit! needs. T%is increases need for s pportin& Foint .T8 T11+F11 Foint operations s c% t%at (ot% spectr m reso rces can (e f ll! tiliAed to impro*e s!stem performance and ser e<perience. It is e<pected t%at in t%e f t re .T8 F11 G T11 $) deplo!ment scenarios eit%er T11 or F11 cell ma! (e as P$ell and t%erefore, s pport for &eneric .T8 F11+ T11 $) wo ld (e needed. $!%ectivesI to en%ance .T8 T11 G F11 Foint operation wit% .T8 T11+F11 carrier a&&re&ation feat re and potentiall! also wit% ot%er T11+F11 Foint operation sol tions dependin& on t%e o tcome of t%e initial scenario e*al ation p%ase of t%e work item. T%e detailed o(Fecti*es incl deI Identif! deplo!ment scenarios of Foint operation on F11 and T11 spectr m, and network@58 re' irement to s pport Foint F11@T11 operation. =ased on t%e identified deplo!ment scenarios and network@58 re' irements, identif! possi(le ot%er sol tions for F11+T11 Foint operation for e<ample m lti+stream a&&re&ation and d al+mode 58 s pportin& sim ltaneo s operation on (ot% modes in addition to .T8 T11+F11 carrier a&&re&ation. =ased on t%e work a(o*e consider w%et%er s c% sol tions, if an!, need to (e added to t%e Work Item itself, or in separate Work Items Introduction o# L,0 ,33)=33 Carrier Aggregation in Rel)&' speci#ication #ro RA+76& until RA+76::

Introd ce .T8 T11 G F11 $arrier )&&re&ation s pport incl din& eit%er T11 or F11 as P$ell satisf!in& t%e followin& conditions for t%e .T8 T11+F11 $) specification work. o 58s s pportin& F11 and T11 carrier a&&re&ation operation s%all (e a(le to access (ot% le&ac! F11 and le&ac! T11 sin&le mode carriers o .e&ac! F11 58s and 58s s pportin& F11 and T11 $) operation ma! camp on and connect t%e F11 carrier, w%ic% is part of t%e Fointl! operated F11@T11 network o .e&ac! T11 58s and 58s s pportin& F11 and T11 $) operation ma! camp on and connect t%e T11 carrier, w%ic% is part of t%e Fointl! operated F11@T11 network o -o new T11 5.+1. confi& ration is introd ced o ;eneric specification s pport startin& wit% R)-1 and R)-2 specification work for t%e e<istin& .T8 $) deplo!ment scenarios 1, 2, 3 and # defined in TS36.366 of Rel+11. 8*al ate (enefits and comple<it!, and identif! t%e impact to specifications t%at are rele*ant to t%e followin&I o 5. and 1. control c%annel str ct re

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o P%!sical .a!er proced res o .2@.3 protocols o 58 and e-= core re' irements Introd ce t%e identified f nctionalities of t%e selected en%ancement met%ods to t%e rele*ant specificationsI 5plink and downlink control c%annel str ct res 1ownlink and plink p%!sical la!er transmission and reception proced res .2@.3 5 interface protocols 58 and e-= core re' irements R)-# &eneric frame work re' irement definitionI R)- # %as selected to se "J#6, 3J#6, 1J#1 and 1J#2 as t%e e<ample (and com(inations in R8.+12 T11+ F11 Foint operation incl din& $arrier )&&re&ation WI R)- # %as a&reed t%at T11+F11 $) WI can (e considered completed from R)- # perspecti*e if t%e work for at least one (and com(ination o t from t%e e<ample (and com(inations can (e consider complete.

R)-# &eneric frame work re' irement definition 2-oteI an! (and specific re' irements will (e specified later in a separate work item2s44 Identif! e<ample $) confi& rations for frame work re' irement work

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina Telecom, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, $)TR, $)TT, $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina 5nicom, $CTT., 8ricsson, F Fits , C awei, CiSilicon, Intel, Inter1i&ital, B11I, .; 8lectronics, 7ediaTek, 7otorola Sol tions, -8$, -II Coldin&s, -okia, -S-, ? alcomm, ST+8ricsson, >eriAon Wireless, HT8 Tri&&ered (! Rel+11 TR 36."2# St d! on .T8 co*era&e en%ancements 2FS3$o*38n%3.T84. "usti#ication: 7an! of t%e .T8+) en%ancements %a*e (een mainl! foc sin& on ens rin& %i&% peak rate and %i&% spectral efficienc!. Cowe*er, w%en rollin& o t .T8, operators are facin& c%allen&es in ens rin& proper co*era&e. $o*era&e en%ancement for data E *oice transmissions can (e seen (ot% in terms of e<tendin& cell ran&e for low data rates and in terms of impro*in& data rates at t%e cell ed&e. ,n&oin& work, e.&., on $o7P, 7I7, and 8n%anced $ontrol $%annels addresses co*era&e aspects as well, ( t it does not address t%e o*erall (alance (etween co*era&e of control and data c%annels, link directions and comm nication p%ases. T%is was in*esti&ated in t%e st d! item on .T8 $o*era&e 8n%ancements, w%ic% s%ows t%at t%e co*era&e (ottleneck of .T8 s!stems is in t%e plink, in partic lar t%e plink medi m data rate P5S$C and >oIP. Se*eral potential sol tions %a*e (een e*al ated and co*era&e (enefits are o(ser*ed, compared to Rel+16 performance (enc%mark. Followin& t%e st dies of t%e performance (enefits and t%e standardiAation impact of .T8 co*era&e en%ancements, t%e specification work needs to start accordin& to t%e final recommendation of t%e st d! item. $!%ectivesI to specif! t%e re' ired c%an&es to impro*e co*era&e of t%e plink data c%annel, tar&etin& >oIP and medi m data rate P5S$C and f lfil t%e followin& o(Fecti*es, takin& into acco nt t%e st d! doc mented in TR 36."2#. Specif! necessar! TTI ( ndlin& en%ancements to impro*e co*era&e for medi m data rate P5S$C, potentiall! incl din& at least t%e followin& aspectI + )llocatin& more t%an 3 PR=s per s (frame in conF nction wit% TTI ( ndlin& Identif! and specif! necessar! TTI ( ndlin& en%ancements to impro*e co*era&e for plink >oIP, potentiall! incl din& at least one of t%e followin& aspectsI + C)R? timin& + - m(er of TTIs ( ndled, incl din& fi<ed or fle<i(le ( ndle siAe + Time interlea*in& of ( ndled TTIs + P5$$C format 3 str ct re t!pe plink transmission mode 1etermine w%et%er TTI ( ndlin& s%o ld (e e<tended to more T11 5.+1. confi& rations Specif! t%e necessar! .2 protocols to s pport t%e identified co*era&e en%ancements Specif! applica(le 58 and e-= core re' irements In selectin& (etween en%ancements wit% similar performance, priorit! s%o ld (e &i*en to en%ancements wit% lower impact on t%e specifications, s!stem operation and implementation comple<it!.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: >eriAon, 7ediaTek, 1ISC -etworks, ? alcomm, 8ricsson, )lcatel+. cent, $learwire, $7$$, =lack=err!, $% n&%wa Telecom, ST+8ricsson, $)TT, Panasonic, $%ina 5nicom, CT$, $%ina Telecom, Se' ans, SB Telecom, -8$, ITRI, Intel, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, )TET Sol tions for 7inimiAation of 1ri*e Tests 271T4, in order to red ce t%e need for man al dri*e testin& for 7=7S. "usti#ication 7 lticast =roadcast 7 ltimedia Ser*ices 27=7S4 ses 7 lticast+=roadcast Sin&le Fre' enc! -etwork 27=SF-4 transmission, w%ere si&nals from se*eral antennas from potentiall! different =ase Stations are com(ined in t%e 58. T%is com(inin& makes 7=SF- transmission different from nicast transmissions, makin& it diffic lt to se nicast transmission to *erif! t%e performance of 7=SF- transmission. 7=SF- transmission is nacknowled&ed. T%ere is no feed(ack to t%e R)- s c% as C)R? or R.$ acknowled&ements, meanin& t%at t%e R)- %as no knowled&e w%et%er transmissions are s ccessf ll! recei*ed or not. Cence, it is diffic lt for an operator to nderstand t%e ' alit! of ser*ices 7=7S (ein& deli*ered. T% s, t%e onl! wa! to *erif! and optimiAe 7=SF- radio transmission is to do man al dri*e test. 5nfort natel!, sin& man al dri*e tests for network optimiAation p rposes is costl!, contri( tes in en*ironmental emission of $,2 and more importantl!, comes wit% a limitation to meas rin& places alon& a dri*e ro te w%ic% is &enerall! not t!pical to w%ere c stomers cons me 7=7S ser*ices.. Cence, it is desira(le to %a*e a tomated sol tions, w%ic% pro*ide t%e a(ilit! for operators to &at%er information s c% as radio meas rements w%ic% are associated wit% c stomer 58s and se t%is information to assist network operation and optimiAation. T%is WI intends to ( ild on t%e earlier releases work on definin& t%e sol tions for 7inimiAation of 1ri*e Tests 271T4, in order to red ce t%e need for man al dri*e testin& for 7=7S. $!%ectivesI + Introd ce collection of 7=SF- 58 7eas rements wit% 58 &eo&rap%ical location, wit% t%e p rpose to s pport t%e followin&I >erification of 7=SF- act al si&nal reception S pport plannin& and reconfi& ration s c% as 7=SF- areas 7=7S operation parameters selections Specif! 7=SF- radio reception meas rement2s4 to (e collected tiliAin& t%e 3;PP 7inimiAation of 1ri*e Test 271T4 f nctionalit!. o o

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -TT, -8$, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, =lack=err!, $)TR, $)TT, $%ina 5nicom, $%ina Telecom, $7$$, 1e tsc%e Telekom, e)ccess, 8ricsson, 8TRI, F Fits , C awei, CiSilicon, Intel, Inter1i&ital, B11I, BT $orp, .; 8lectronics, 7ediaTek, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, -S-, -okia, -TT 1,$,7,, ,ran&e, Panasonic, Pote*io, ? alcomm, Sams n&, S%arp, Soft=ank 7o(ile, Son!, Sprint, 5S $ell lar, >eriAon Wireless, HT8 Tri&&ered (! TR 36."#2 St d! on Small $ell 8n%ancements for 8+5TR) and 8+5TR)- G Ci&%er+la!er aspects 25I139"66##4 "usti#ication )s t%e o tcome of St d! on Small $ell 8n%ancements from %i&%er la!er aspects, t%e followin& t%ree c%allen&es were identified for t%e scenarios w%ere macro and small cells are connected *ia non+ideal (ack%a lI 1. 2. 3. 7o(ilit! ro( stness Per+ ser t%ro &%p t en%ancements Increased si&nallin& load d e to fre' ent %ando*er

To address t%ese c%allen&es, a concept al sol tion of d al connecti*it! was st died. 1 al connecti*it! is t%e operation w%ere a &i*en 58 cons mes radio reso rces pro*ided (! at least two different network points 27aster and Secondar! e-=s4 connected wit% non+ideal (ack%a l w%ile in RR$3$,--8$T81. In t%e form of d al connecti*it!, a potential sol tion of a&&re&atin& ser plane radio reso rces for per+ ser t%ro &%p t en%ancements was st died and descri(ed as inter+node radio reso rce a&&re&ation in TR 36."#2. In t%e st d! item p%ase, tec%nolo&! potential ac%ie*ed (! Inter+ node radio reso rce a&&re&ation was F stified for t%e scenario w%ere macro and small cell are ser*ed (! different carrier fre' encies. 1ependin& on t%e tec%nolo&! realisation, mo(ilit! ro( stness and increased si&nallin& load can potentiall! (e addressed. $ontrol and ser plane protocol arc%itect re en%ancements were also st died to realise t%is potential tec%nolo&!. )ccordin& to t%e selected protocol arc%itect re en%ancements, specification work %as to (e cond cted for t%e s pport of 1 al $onnecti*it!. $!%ectives CoreI to specif! 1 al $onnecti*it! operation, w%ere a &i*en m ltiple R<@T< 58 in RR$3$,--8$T81 is confi& red to tilise radio reso rces pro*ided (! two distinct sc%ed lers, located in 7aster and Secondar! e-=s. Takin& t%e concl sions of t%e St d! Item 236."#24 as startin& point, t%e work item s%o ld f lfil t%e followin& o(Fecti*esI + Introd ce f nctions and proced res to realise $+plane and 5+plane protocol and arc%itect res s pportin& alternati*es 1) and 3$. + Si&nallin& and protocol s pport for d al connecti*it! will first foc s on reconfi& rations in*ol*in& eit%er 1) or 3$, and reconfi& rations in*ol*in& (ot% 1) and 3$ will onl! (e later considered if re' irin& minimal additions.

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Introd ce f nctions and proced res on t%e S1and :2 interfaces. Identif! and introd ce p%!sical la!er f nctionalities re' ired for t%e operation of 1 al $onnecti*it!. + )fter P5$$C mec%anisms are en%anced for d al connecti*it!, e<tendin& t%ose en%ancements to $arrier )&&re&ation to ena(le P5$$C transmission on S$ell2s4 for plink $arrier )&&re&ation capa(le 58s co ld (e considered if re' irin& minimal additional work.

Specif! correspondin& 58 and e-= core re' irements.

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B-=-RA S*"ll cell en#"nce*ents - 4#ysic"l l"yer "spects =,@9A20041


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Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, $)TR, 1o$o7o, $7$$, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 5nicom, $)TT, Telecom Italia, 8TRI, -S-, I)8SI, S%arp, Citac%i, 7its (is%i, 7ediatek, 8ricsson, )lcatel . cent, Panasonic, 1e tsc%e Telekom, )TET, B11I, III, T+7o(ile 5S), -8$, ,ran&e, $CTT., B!ocera, -ew Postcom, Tel s, ITRI, CT$, Telenor, TeliaSonera, >eriAon, =roadcom , Telefonica, HT8 Tri&&ered (! TR 36."72 St d! on Small $ell 8n%ancements for 8+5TR) and 8+5TR)- G P%!sical+la!er aspects 25I139"66#14 "usti#ication F rt%er en%ancements for indoor and o tdoor scenarios sin& low+power nodes were identified as one of t%e most important topics in t%e 3;PP works%op on Rel+12 and onward. )ccordin& to t%is (i& interest in small cell en%ancements, scenarios and re' irements for small cell en%ancements were st died and capt red in TR36.032. Takin& into acco nt t%ese scenarios and re' irements, potential tec%nolo&ies of p%!sical+la!er aspects for small cell en%ancements were st died and capt red in TR 36."72. For small cell spectr m efficienc! en%ancement, m ltiple impro*ement mec%anisms were e*al ated t%oro &%l! d rin& t%e st d! item, incl din& downlink %i&%er+order mod lation, o*er%ead red ction and control si&nalin& en%ancement. 1ifferent (enefits were o(ser*ed for eac% of t%e a(o*e mec%anisms in some scenarios, and downlink 296?)7 is prioritiAed amon& t%e mec%anisms. It was recommended in t%e st d! t%at for spectr m efficienc! impro*ement, R)-1 finds 1. %i&%er order mod lation, i.e. 296?)7, (eneficial in e*al ated indoor sparse small cell scenarios wit% low mo(ilit!, and recommends to s pports 1. %i&%er order mod lation, i.e. 296?)7.

For small cell efficient operation en%ancement, small cell on@off wit% disco*er! en%ancement and radio+interface (ased s!nc%roniAation were in*esti&ated and e*al ated compre%ensi*el!, wit% t%e followin& o(ser*ationsI R)-1 finds it (eneficial to introd ce t%e small cell on@off transition time red ction dependin& on t%e detailed sc%eme, and t%e &ain increases wit% decreasin& transition time. To s pport an en%anced transition time red ction, disco*er! proced re@si&nal2s4 is needed. If new disco*er! mec%anism is defined for small cell on@off, it ma! (e sed for ot%er p rposes wit%o t f rt%er optimiAation. )lt%o &% cells wit% red ced time scale of small cell on@off are not e<pected to (e a(le to ser*e le&ac! 58s wit%o t performance loss, t%ere is no pro(lem in mi<in& le&ac! 58s and small cell on@ off in t%e same carrier. In addition, t%e cells wit% le&ac! 58s not operatin& wit% red ced time scale of small cell on@off ma! o(tain performance &ain (! cells wit% red ced time scale of small cell on@off.

It is (eneficial to s pport radio interface (ased inter+cell s!nc%roniAation for cases w%en ot%er met%ods s c% as ;-SS or s!nc%roniAation o*er (ack%a l are not a*aila(le. -etwork listenin& sol tions %a*e (een considered and e*al ated. For t%e deplo!ment amon& t%e cells of different T11 operators deplo!ed in t%e same (and and same re&ion, mec%anisms to facilitate inter+operator s!nc%roniAation s%o ld (e considered.

$!%ectives CoreI to specif! t%e mec%anisms for small cell en%ancements in p%!sical la!er, to impro*e t%e spectr m efficienc! for t%e 58s e<periencin& %i&% &eometr! or low fre' enc!+selecti*e and time+selecti*e fadin& c%annel , and to ens re t%e efficient operation of networks wit% small cell la!ers composed of small cell cl sters, takin& into acco nt of t%e st d! doc mented in 36."72. Spectr m efficienc! en%ancement wit% introd ction of %i&%er order mod lation, i.e., 296?)7, in t%e downlink transmission, w%ile keepin& e<istin& siAe of $?I feed(ack field and 7$S indication.

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8fficient operation wit% red ced transition time of small cell on@off in sin&le+carrier or m lti+carrier operation, wit% en%anced disco*er! of small cells P $an se e<istin& %ando*er, $) acti*ation@deacti*ation, d al connecti*it! 2if s pported4 proced res. -ew .1 proced re for acti*ated Scell operatin& on@off can f rt%er red ce transition time dependin& on t%e detailed sol tions P 1isco*er! proced re@si&nal2s4 are needed $ells operatin& a cell on@off ma! transmit disco*er! si&nal2s4 s pportin& at least for cell identification, coarse time@fre' enc! s!nc%roniAation, intra+@inter+ fre' enc! RR7 meas rement of cells and ?$.. 2-ote t%at ?$. is not alwa!s necessar! or possi(le dependin& on t%e proced re.4 T%is incl des s pport of disco*er! and meas rement en%ancement2s4 in 1. and its sa&e in related proced res. 8fficient radio interface (ased inter+cell s!nc%roniAation, i.e. network listenin&, in sin&le+carrier or m lti+carrier operation, wit% specif!in& t%e down+selected sol tions P =e a(le to s pport m ltiple strat m le*el (e!ond 3 %ops, e.&. # to 6 %ops. T%e n m(er of %ops confi& red in t%e network is dependent on scenarios. P Impro*e t%e ac%ie*a(le s!nc%roniAation acc rac! (ased on e<istin& RSs, e.&. (! impro*in& t%e %eara(ilit! of recei*ed RS for network listenin& at t%e tar&et cells P It s%o ld (e applica(le to small cell on@off and eI7T), and inter+operator T11 deplo!ment in t%e same (and Specif! t%e correspondin& 58 and e-ode = core re' irements in R)-# for t%e a(o*e mec%anisms and feat res. P RF re' irements to s pport downlink 296?)7, wit% consideration of t%e factors listed in t%e appro*ed .S R#+13#971 P =ase+(and and RR7 re' irements for efficient operation mec%anisms
T%e work plan for t%e work s%all (e t%e followin&I R)-1 work 2 p to R)-D6#4I Specif! p%!sical la!er aspects from R)-1D76 to R)-1D77 1ownlink 296?)7 Small cell on@off and disco*er! Radio interface (ased inter+cell s!nc%roniAation R)-2 work 2 p to R)-D6#4I Specification of .a!er 2@3 protocol aspects (ased on R)-1 sol tions, from R)-2D"9(is to D"6. 1ownlink 296?)7I RR$ si&nalin&, 58 capa(ilit! Small cell on@off and disco*er!I RR7 proced re, RR$ si&nalin& Radio interface (ased inter+cell s!nc%roniAationI RR$ si&nalin& if an! decided in R)-1 R)-3 work 2 p to R)-D6#4I Specif! necessar! si&nallin& *ia network interface accordin& to R)-1 s &&estions, from R)-3D"3(is to D"#. Small cell on@off and disco*er!I si&nalin& if an! decided in R)-1 Radio interface (ased inter+cell s!nc%roniAationI si&nalin& if an! decided in R)-1 R)-# work 2 p to R)-D6#4I Specif! an! re' ired modifications to 58 and e-ode = core re' irements, from R)-#D76 to D71, incl din& t%e necessar! RF re' irements of 296?)7, RR7 re' irements of efficient operation mec%anisms, i.e. small cell on@off and disco*er!, radio interface (ased inter+cell s!nc%roniAation

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

11.1;
Resources:
,1< A2014 1

,nter-eN. Coordin"ted <%lti-4oint 'Co<4) for 6-B =,@9A20041


R3,R1
:i#is4 12J08J201 4 (o p 1;N G0perli#' R4-1(210( StatusBReport R4-1400;( +otes R4EA( co*pletion 0AJ14FG08J14 TSBTR (A.(00! (A.42( +a e (ore

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Sams n&, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, $)TT, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 5nicom, $7$$, 1)$+5P$, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8TRI, 8ricsson, F Fits , C awei, I)8SI, B11I, BT $orp., .; 8lectronics, .; 5pl s, -8$, -ew Postcom, -S-, -TT 1,$,7,, ,ran&e, Pote*io, ? alcomm, SB Telecom, Sprint, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, T+7o(ile 5S), >odafone, HT8 Rel+11 did not address s pport of a network interface for $o7P in*ol*in& m ltiple e-=s wit% non+ideal (ack%a l 2affected operators mi&%t not take ad*anta&e of performance (enefit from inter+e-= $o7P operation4. Tri&&ered (! TR 36."7# St d! on $oordinated 7 lti+Point 2$o7P4 operation for .T8 wit% -on+Ideal =ack%a l 25I136666194. "usti#ication $oordinated m lti+point 2$o7P4 transmission and reception was introd ced in Rel+11 to impro*e t%e co*era&e of %i&% data rates, t%e cell+ed&e t%ro &%p t, and also to increase t%e s!stem t%ro &%p t. $o7P in Rel+11 did not address t%e specified s pport of a network interface for $o7P in*ol*in& m ltiple e-=s wit% non+ideal (ack%a l. 1 e to t%is limitation, t%e operators %a*in& non+ideal (ack%a l ma! not (e a(le to take ad*anta&e of performance (enefit from inter+e-= $o7P operation. T%e SI NSt d! on $o7P for .T8 wit% -on+Ideal =ack%a lO %as identified t%e cases t%at $o7P can pro*ide performance en%ancement and t%erefore en%ancement on network interface and si&nallin& messa&es s%o ld (e specified to allow implementin& (ot% centraliAed and distri( ted coordination foc sin& primaril! on macro+pico %etero&eneo s networks ( t also considerin& macro+macro %omo&eneo s networks. -ote t%at allowin& implementation of centraliAed coordination does not necessaril! mean t%at a new node s%o ld (e introd ced. $!%ectives CoreI R)-1 and R)-3I + R)-3 to specif! si&nallin& of information to (e identified (! R)-1, for e<ampleI ,ne or more sets of $SI reports 2RI, P7I, $?I4 of indi*id al 58s ,ne or more meas rement reports 2RSRP4 of indi*id al 58s SRS recei*ed power of indi*id al 58s 5ser percei*ed t%ro &%p t of indi*id al 58s 2see TR 36."1# as a reference4 Reso rce tiliAation per cell PF metric of indi*id al 58s 8n%anced R-TP+t!pe information in fre' enc!@time@power@spatial domain 8n%anced )=S information in power and spatial domain ?$I Indication of reso rce coordination res lt or reso rce coordination re' est Reso rce allocation in fre' enc!@time@power@spatial domain 5sed confi& rations of reference si&nals, $SI processes and $SI+I7 confi& rations Indication of coordination res lt or coordination re' est for reference si&nal confi& rations, $SI processes and $SI+I7 confi& rations + Specif! necessar! proced res related to t%e a(o*e. R)-3I 1etermine w%et%er t%e a(o*e si&nallin& s%all (e introd ced to t%e :2 interface, or on a new interface if it cannot (e s pported (! :2.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

11.1A
Resources:
,1< A(014 1

4erfor*"nce re/%ire*ents of interference c"ncell"tion "nd s%ppression recei$er for S=-<,<5 =,@9A(0041
R#
:i#is4 1(J0(J201 ; (o pl 0N G0perli#' R4-140;20 TSBTR (A.101 +a e Perf

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, , CiSilicon, $%ina Telecom, Pote*io, $)TR, $7$$, $)TT, ,ran&e, Telecom Italia, 8ricsson, -II, Tel s, Sams n&, 5S$$, $%ina 5nicom, TeliaSonera, 1is%, -TT 1o$o7o "usti#ication ) st d! item 2SI4 for -etwork+)ssisted Interference $ancellation and S ppression for .T8 58 was appro*ed at t%e 3;PP R)- D90 meetin& in RP+136#6#. T%e e<tensi*e st d! was cond cted to s ppress t%e inter+stream interference in t%e S5+7I7, scenario (ased on t%e ad*anced recei*er incl din& red ced 7. recei*er, $WI$ recei*er and etc. =ased on t%e o tcomes of t%is SI in R#+ 136099, it is concl ded t%atI further advanced receiver based on &1<M> without the need for networ' assistance can provide significant gains (e#g# up to ?dB depending on the receiver structure and the test cases+ compared to legacy baseline receivers such as MMS6-&@1 and MMS6 when applied to S8-M&M5 scenarios listed above (i#e# the goal is to cancel the inter stream intra cell interference+ . )nd t%e ad*anced recei*er can (e efficientl! sed to cancel t%e inter+ stream interference to impro*e t%e s!stem &ain wit%o t t%e impacts on t%e p%!sical la!er and %i&% la!er specifications. T%erefore it appears desira(le to specif! t%e en%anced performance re' irements for t%e a(o*e mentioned recei*ers in 36.161. $!%ective o# (er#or ance part >I T%e o(Fecti*e is to en%ance t%e 58 performance in t%e presence of inter+stream interference t%ere(! impro*in& t%e spectral efficienc! for t%e s!stem. T%e detailed o(Fecti*es incl deI Reference recei*ers considered s%o ld (e foc sed on t%e e*al ated recei*ers in t%e st d! item, i.e. 2R4+7., $WI$ and S.I$ recei*ers. Specif! t%e t!pical scenarios for S5+7I7, deplo!ments to (e considered in t%e 58 demod lation and $SI re' irements work o o For P1S$C, identif! and a&ree on realistic deplo!ment scenarios. T%e re se of related, applica(le Rel. "+11 S5+7I7, scenarios is enco ra&ed as m c% as possi(le.

Specif! t%e 58 demod lation performance re' irements and $SI re' irements wit% t%e reference recei*er for t%e practical implementations. o 58 demod lation performance re' irements for (ot% $RS (ased transmission modes and 17RS (ased transmission modeU

$SI re' irements to ens re t%e $SI reportin& to (e matc%ed wit% t%e act al demod lation performance.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

12
,1< ;C002 C A0001 1 A1002 ; A1002 A A200; 4 A200; ; A2004 8

=-RA Fe"t%res
+a e GSP! si2#alli#2 e#4a#%e e#ts for resour%e usa2e for C(R G+E Positio#i#2 for ,TR! ore effi%ie#t !%ro#0 6CR9-@@9&S4A9si n9en# =-RA9&N.94os =-RA9@C&en# =-RA9&etNet9*o+ =-RA9&etNet9en# =-RA9S,.en# B@C&9en# Resour%e R1!R2!R(!R4 R( R1!R2!R(!R4 R2!R(!R4 R1!R2!R(!R4 R2!R1!R(!R4 R2 rapporteur CA-Alc"tel6%cent D%"lco** &%"wei &%"wei Bricsson Bricsson

<e"i%ate" (4a##el (<(G) e#4a#%e e#ts for ,-TS ,-TS -o3ilit0 e#4a#%e e#ts for 4etero2e#eous #etwor's ,-TS Getero2e#eous +etwor's e#4a#%e e#ts *#4a#%e" Eroa"%ast of S0ste 1#for atio#

:urt4er *#4a#%e" ,pli#' (*,C) e#4a#%e e#ts

12.1
Resources:
,1< ;C012C ;C022C

&S4A si n"llin en#"nce*ents for *ore efficient reso%rce %s" e for 6CR =,@9;C002C
R1,R2,R3,R#
Resour%e R1!R2!R( R4 G0perli#' R4-1218C4 R4-1218C4 StatusBReport R4-1(1488 R4-1(08AC +otes R4EA2 co*pleted R4EA1 co*pleted TSBTR 2;.222! 2;.224! 2;.((1! 2;.42(! 2;.4(( 2;.102 +a e (ore Perf

Supporting Individual Me !ers: $)TT, $)TR , $%ina 7o(ile, -ew Postcom, T1 Tec%, HT8, Pote*io Tri&&ered (! Rel+11 TR 29."7# St d! on CSP) feed(ack and si&nallin& efficienc! en%ancements for .$R T11 2FS3.$RT113CSP)en%4 5I139#6626 "usti#ication: Wit% t%e increasin& of n m(er of mo(ile sers and di*ersit! applications, %ow to impro*e t%e efficienc! of t%e s!stem reso rce sa&e and impro*e t%e serPs e<perience (ecomes more important. )ccordin& to t%e c rrent specifications, -ode = can onl! allocate t%e rectan& lar CS+P1S$C@8+P5$C reso rces to t%e 58, i.e., t%e c%anneliAation codes@,>SF codes of all t%e allocated timeslots are t%e same. Cowe*er, t%e CS+P1S$C@8+P5$C reso rce pools are s all! not rectan& lar d e to t%e e<istence of 1P$C and@or control c%annels in t%e practical network. T% s t%e 58 ac%ie*a(le data rate is limited since -ode = cannot allocate all t%e a*aila(le reso rces to a sin&le 58. =esides, t%e cell spectral efficienc! is affected since more control c%annels are needed to f ll! se t%e a*aila(le reso rces. In order to impro*e 58 data rate and cell spectral efficienc!, t%e a(o*e scenario and potential sol tions were st died in t%e st d! item CSP) feed(ack and si&nallin& efficienc! en%ancements for .$R T11 in Rel+11 . T%e concl sion is t%at t%e new met%ods for CSP) si&nallin& en%ancement for more efficient reso rce sa&e are recommended to (e specified. =ased on t%e recommendation of t%e st d! item, a new work item is proposed to standardiAe t%e correspondin& sol tions to ac%ie*e non+rectan& lar reso rce allocation, i.e. t%e c%anneliAation codes@,>SF codes of all t%e allocated timeslots can (e different. $!%ectivesI specification of CSP) si&nallin& en%ancements for more efficient reso rce sa&e for .$R T11.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

12.2
Resources:
,1< A0011 1

&N. 4ositionin for =-RA =,@9A00011


R3
G0perli#' R41(20(1 StatusBReport R4-1(1814 +otes R4EA2 closed "t C;N co*pletion. Not co*pleted wor3 on &N. positionin J No consens%s '*"y +e -B,12! if contri+%tion "nd s%pport). =pd"ted 2,@ R4-1(0CACFGR4-1(20(1 '&N. position w"s not "ddressed in t#is 2,! #owe$er it w"s N5- re*o$ed fro* t#e 2,@) TSBTR 2;.(0;! 2;.4A1! new -S 2;.410 +a e (ore

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, 5(i' is!s, Ip.access, Citac%i, ? alcomm, )TET "usti#ication: 8n%ance positionin& can (e ac%ie*ed sin& t%e I pc interface (etween a S)S and an R-$, in t%is case represented (! t%e C-=+;W. T%e C-=+;W will look to t%e I pc as a sin&le R-$ and t%ere is no iss es wit% sin& t%is interface, %owe*er, (etween t%e C-=+;W and t%e C-= t%ere is no defined protocol stack to s pport P$)P (etween C-= and C-=+;W, w%ic% will need t%e s pport of S$$P like f nctions not present on t%e I %. T%is co ld (e ac%ie*ed (! e<tendin& P$)P s pport in an C-= to also allow positionin& of t%e 58s nder C-=. $!%ectivesI )llow s pport for positionin& for 58s nder C-=s (! s pportin& P$)P o*er t%e I % interface. 1efine a protocol to transport P$)P messa&es o*er I % 2similar to R5)4. 1efine t%e interworkin& aspects needed for s pportin& P$)P (etween S)S and C-= in t%e C-=+;W. $onsider s pport of C-= positionin& as well as 58 positionin&

T%is is applica(le onl! to %ome =S power class as defined in 29.16#.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

12.(
Resources:
,1< A1012 ; A1022 ;

@edic"ted C#"nnel '@C&) en#"nce*ents for =<-S =,@9A1002;


R1,R2,R3,R#
Resour%e R1!R2!R(!R4 R4 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 12J08J201 4 (o p ;0N 0N G0perli#' R41(1(;1 R41(1(;1 StatusBReport R4-1404A1 R4-1404A1 TSBTR 2;.101! 2;.104! 2;.1((! 2;.211! 2;.212! 2;.21(! 2;.214! 2;.21;! 2;.(0A! 2;.(0C! 2;.(21! 2;.((1! 2;.42(! 2;.4(( 2;.101! 2;.104! 2;.1(( +a e (ore Perf

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, 7ediaTek, 7star, ITRI, $% n&%wa Telecom, C awei, HT8, $%ina 5nicom Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 29.762 St d! on 1edicated $%annel 21$C4 en%ancements for 57TS 2FS35TR)31$Cen%4 5I139"66#6. Sta&e 2@3 "usti#ication In t%e recent releases, 3;PP %as foc sed on en%ancin& t%e efficienc! of %i&% speed c%annels leadin& to si&nificant network data capacit! &ain. It is also widel! (eneficial for operators to en%ance t%e link efficienc! of 1$C for certain ser*ices leadin& to a f rt%er impro*ement in network data capacit!. For e<ample t%e 1$C is still a *er! attracti*e option to ser*e $S *oice. T%e a(ilit! to confi& re soft %ando*er on (ot% downlink and plink impro*es t%e relia(ilit! of si&nalin& and *oice deli*er! at cell ed&e, and minimiAes call drop ratio. ,ptimiAin& 1$C efficienc! will pro*ide (enefits to (ot% $S and PS@data capacit!. ) st d! item recentl! concl ded on t%e in*esti&ation of en%ancements to t%e efficienc! of 1$C c%annels on (ot% t%e plink and downlink in 57TS. T%ese en%ancements were s%own to pro*ide si&nificant data t%ro &%p t &ains in scenarios in*ol*in& a mi< of *oice and data transfer w%en $S *oice is carried o*er 1$C. F rt%ermore, t%ese en%ancements co ld si&nificantl! increase t%e 58 (atter! life or talk time as well. =ased on t%e o tcome of t%e st d!, it is proposed to specif! 1$C en%ancements in Rel+12. $!%ectivesI I $onsider f rt%er and specif! t%e followin& 1$C en%ancements toward 1. Frame 8arl! TerminationsI 1. 1P$$C Slot Format ,ptimiAation 1. transport c%annel m ltiple<in& for Frame 8arl! Termination 1. )$B Indicator desi&n for 5. F8T 1P$C Time 1omain 7 ltiple<in& $onsider f rt%er and specif! t%e followin& 1$C en%ancements toward 5. Frame 8arl! TerminationsI 5. 1P$$C Slot Format ,ptimiAation 5. transport c%annel m ltiple<in& for Frame 8arl! Termination 5. )$B Indication for 1. Frame 8arl! Termination Introd ce t%e identified f nctionalities of t%e selected 1$C en%ancements to t%e rele*ant specificationsI 5plink and downlink control and data c%annel str ct res P%!sical la!er transmission and reception proced res 5plink and downlink transport c%annel m ltiple<in& .2@.3 5 interface protocols 5TR)- I ( and I r interface protocols 58 RF core re' irements T%e a(o*e en%ancements are intended to tar&et )7R *oice o*er 1$C, and@or SR= o*er 1$C 2w%ere applica(le4.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

12.4
Resources:
,1< A1012 A A1022 A

=<-S <o+ility en#"nce*ents for #etero eneo%s networ3s =,@9A1002A


R1,R2,R3,R#
Resour%e R2!R(!R4 R4 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 12J08J201 4 (o p C;N ;N G0perli#' R41(1(4C R41(1(4C StatusBReport R4-140442 R4-140442 TSBTR 2;.101! 2;.104! 2;.1((! 2;.141! 2;.(04! 2;.(0A! 2;.((1! 2;.4((! new -S 2;.(00 2;.101! 2;.104! 2;.1((! 2;.141 +a e (ore Perf

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, $%ina 5nicom, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, Telefonica, 8ricsson, =lack=err!, ? alcomm Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 29."66 St d! on 57TS %etero&eneo s networks 2FS35TR)3%etnet4 5I1397662#. Sta&e 2@3 "usti#ication 7o(ile data traffic is &rowin& ' ickl! and will contin e to &row d e to t%e increasin& penetration of smart p%ones and t%e increasin& se of data and *ideo ser*ices. To meet t%ese re' irements, t%e deplo!ment of .P- 2micro cell, pico cell4 is identified as a powerf l sol tion to ' ickl! e<pand t%e network capacit! in an efficient wa!. 7o(ilit! en%ancements were st died in t%e SI p%ase for 57TS Cetero&eneo s networks and fo nd (eneficial. T%is WI tar&ets mo(ilit! en%ancements as disc ssed nder t%e st d! item scope. T%e work s%all consider en%anced mo(ilit! s pport of Cetero&eneo s -etworks for co+c%annel and dedicated fre' enc! deplo!ments. T%e work s%o ld foc s on t%e aspects or pro(lems alread! st died as part of t%e NSt d! on 57TS Cetero&eneo s -etworksO. $!%ectivesI I $onsider sol tions for small cell disco*er! and identification. Foc s s%o ld (e on pro<imit! detection 258 (ased, -W (ased, 58 (ased -W assisted4 and t%e rela<ed inter+fre' enc! meas rements for 58 in -on 1$C state 2R)-2, R)-3, R)-#4 $onsider sol tions to impro*e mo(ilit! for 58s wit% %i&% speed. 2R)-2, R)-#4 $onsider sol tions to s pport mo(ilit! f nction for massi*e small cell deplo!ments foc sin& on e<tended -$. list. 2R)-2,R)-3, R)-#4 $onsider f rt%er mo(ilit! en%ancements 2e.&. intra+fre' enc! e*ent tri&&ered reportin& on t%e secondar! carrier4. 2R)-2, R)-#4

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

12.;
Resources:
,1< A201; 4 A202; 4

=<-S &etero eneo%s Networ3s en#"nce*ents =,@9A200;4


R1,R#
Resour%e R1 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 12J08J201 4 (o p 2;N G0perli#' R41404A( R41404A( StatusBReport R4-1404C4 +otes R4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ R4-1(2014FGR41404A( R4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ R4-1(2014FGR41404A( TSBTR 2;.211! 2;.212! 2;.21(! 2;.214! 2;.(04! 2;.(0A! 2;.((1 2;.101! 2;.104! 2;.1((! 2;.141! 2;.4(( +a e (ore

Perf

R4

0N

R4-1404C4

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, $%ina 5nicom, -STri&&ered (! t%e 2nd part of TR 29."66 2FS35TR)3Cet-et4U t%e 1st part is addressed (! 5TR)3Cet-et3mo( 5I13616626 "usti#ication 7o(ile data traffic is &rowin& ' ickl! and will contin e to &row d e to t%e increasin& penetration of smart p%ones and t%e increasin& se of data and *ideo ser*ices. To meet t%ese re' irements, t%e deplo!ment of .P- 2micro cell, pico cell4 is identified as a powerf l sol tion to ' ickl! e<pand t%e network capacit! in an efficient wa!. Se*eral aspects were st died in t%e SI p%ase for 57TS Cetero&eneo s networks and fo nd (eneficialI ] ] ] ] $o+c%annel interference mana&ement S pport 7 lti+flow and ran&e e<pansion $I, adaptation for co+c%annel and m lti+carrier deplo!ment -)I$ 2-etwork )ssisted Interference $ancellation4

$!%ective CoreI T%e work s%all consider en%anced s pport of Cetero&eneo s -etworks for co+c%annel, dedicated fre' enc!, and m lti+carrier. T%e work s%o ld foc s on t%e aspects or pro(lems alread! st died as part of t%e NSt d! on 57TS Cetero&eneo s -etworksO. T%e detailed o(Fecti*es of t%is work item areI $o+c%annel interference mana&ement + Specif! sol tions to miti&ate 5.@1. im(alance. 2R)-1@2@3@#4 o ) sol tion to ens re t%e relia(ilit! of CS+1P$$C and ot%er plink c%annels 21P$$C, 8+1P$$C and 8+ 1P1$C4, considerin& t%e introd ction of additional c%annels or d!namic power adF stments of control and data c%annels. ) Sol tion to minimiAe t%e interference &enerated (! 58s t%at are not in soft %ando*er towards macro and .P- (ase stations. $onsider 8<tended )cti*e Set and f rt%er I$I$ to appl! to s c% 58s. $onsider s pport for 8+1$C deco plin& for Rel+12 terminals. Sol tions needin& new o*er+t%e+air si&nallin& need to ens re t%at &ains are promisin& and downlink control si&nallin& transmitted (! t%e .Pis relia(le w%en t%e macro cell is t%e dominant cell in downlink.

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8<tend t%e $I, ran&e to s pport ran&e e<pansion for co+c%annel and m lti+carrier deplo!ment wit% and wit%o t m lti+flow, e.&. 1F1$. 2R)-2@R)-3@R)-#4 $onsider to I ( si&nallin& of $I, adaptation for co+c%annel and m lti+carrier deplo!ment needin& to ens re capacit! impro*ements. 2R)-34 -)I$ 2-etwork )ssisted Interference $ancellation4 + $onsider sin& -)I$ to en%ance .P- ed&e 58 performance. =ot% pre+decodin& and post+decodin& I$ s%o ld (e considered and t%e &ains and relia(ilit! of needed si&nalin& to ena(le I$ s%o ld (e e*al ated. Specif! t%e aspects w%ic% ens re t%e impact on 7acro capacit! is minimiAedI o o o o -etwork si&nalin& t%at ena(les I$ at t%e 58. R)-1@2@34 Specif! -)I$ 58 re' irements. 2R)-1@#4 S pport for coordinated sc%ed lin& (etween macro and .P-s. 2R)-1@2@34 T%e desi&n s%o ld ens re t%at t%e impact on non+I$ capa(le le&ac! 58s is minimiAed.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< A201; ;

Bn#"nced .ro"dc"st of Syste* ,nfor*"tion =,@9A200;;


R2,R1,R3,R#
Resour%e R2!R1!R(!R4 :i#is4 12J0AJ201 4 (o p 20N G0perli#' R41401(1 StatusBReport R4-140122 +otes R4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ R41(2011FGR41401(1 TSBTR 2;.211! 2;.212 ! 2;.21(! 2;.214! 2;.(01! 2;.(02! 2;.(04! 2;.(0A! 2;.(21! 2;.((1! 2;.4(( 2;.101! 2;.104! 2;.1((! 2;.141 +a e (ore

A202; ;

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0;J12J201 4

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R4-140122

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ? alcomm, Son!, Telefonica, ,ran&e, Soft(ank, e)ccess, -S-, C awei, Ci+Silicon. Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 5TR) TR 29.76# St d! on 8n%anced =roadcast of S!stem Information 2FS35TR)3SI=en%4. "usti#ication T%e e<istin& (roadcast of s!stem information mec%anism was introd ced in 3;PP in Rel+00 and %as not (een c%an&ed since t%en. S!stem information t!picall! carries (asic information for t%e 58 to se in Idle 7ode and in $onnected 7ode w%ic% is t!picall! common to all 58s. 1 rin& t%e different releases, t%e amo nt of information carried in s!stem information %as increased considera(l!. For e<ample, some of t%e Rel+", and Rel+11 feat res %a*e introd ced a lar&e amo nt of information in s!stem information. It is also e<pected t%at Rel+12 also impacts S!stem Information d e to t%e c rrent Work Items in Rel+12. )s a res lt of new CSP) f nctionalit! d rin& t%e past R)- releases t%e a*aila(le =$C capacit! is arri*in& to its limits. $ rrentl! t%e one wa! to fit new s!stem information on t%e (roadcast c%annel is to sc%ed le t%e transmission of e<istin& information less often. T%is res lts in lon&er times for t%e 58 to ac' ire t%e necessar! SI=s, w%ic% co ld increase t%e call set p time and p+switc% times (etween different states in $onnected 7ode. It will also increase o ta&e times at inter+R)T and Inter+fre' enc! cell reselection. $onsiderin& t%at 58s will spend more time in 5R)3P$C, $8..3P$C and $8..3F)$C states in t%e f t re, it is e<tremel! important to not de&rade t%e c rrent performance of t%ese states. $!%ective CoreI is twofoldI on t%e one %and, to address t%e increase of s!stem information wit%o t ne&ati*el! affectin& t%e end+ ser performance, on t%e ot%er %and, to offload t%e c rrent =$C. Sol tions need to (e e*al ated. 8*al ated sol tions s%o ld take into acco nt t%e followin& desi&n criteriaII ,*er%ead needs to (e red ced@limited. Re tiliAation of c rrent mec%anisms s%o ld (e considered, P%!sical c%annels w%ic% can (e considered are P+$$P$C, S+$$P$C or CS+P1S$C Sol tions s%o ld co+e<ist wit% c rrent =$C i.e. c rrent =$C s%o ld still (e sed (! le&ac! 58s and carr! Rele+12 and onwards si&nallin&.

,t%er secondar! aspects ma! (e taken into acco nt if t%e (enefits o twei&% t%e comple<it! e.&. power cons mption red ction.

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Resources:
,1< A20148

F%rt#er Bn#"nced =plin3 'B=6) en#"nce*ents =,@9A20048


R2,R1,R3,R#
Resour%e R2!R1!R(!R4 :i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p 0N G0perli#' R4140121 StatusBReport R4-14012C +otes R4EA( %pd"ted 2,@ R41(201CFGR4140121 TSBTR 2;.211! 2;.212! 2;.214! 2;.(04! 2;.(0A! 2;.(0C! 2;.(18! 2;.(21! 2;.((1! 2;.42(! 2;.42;! 2;.4((! 2;.4(; 2;.101! 2;.104! 2;.1((! 2;.141 +a e (ore

A20248

Perf

R4

0;J12J201 4

0N

R4140121

R4-14012C

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ? alcomm, C awei, Ci+Silicon, >odafone, -S-, Inter1i&ital Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 5TR) TR 29.766 St d! on F rt%er 8n%anced 5plink 285.4 en%ancements 2FS381$C3en%4. "usti#ication In t%e past few !ears, a considera(le increase in n m(er of sers as well as offered traffic per ser %as (een e<perienced in CSP) networks, (ot% in t%e downlink and in t%e plink. In response to t%is, se*eral feat res %a*e (een standardiAed in 3;PP. T%ese incl de m lti+carrier CSP), downlink and plink $8..3F)$C state en%ancements, and introd ction of downlink and plink 7I7,. Cowe*er, m c% of t%e foc s %as (een on impro*in& downlink performance and f rt%er en%ancements are needed for t%e plink to %andle increasin& traffic load as well as new traffic t!pes. $!%ective CoreI to specif! tec%nical sol tions for increasin& t%e plink capacit!, co*era&e and end ser performance 2e.&. latenc!, ac%ie*a(le rates, etc.4. T%e impro*ements s%o ld address followin& scenarios + + Impro*ements to plink ser plane cell capacit! wit% %i&% n m(er of sers Impro*ements to plink co*era&e and latenc!

T%e detailed o(Fecti*es of t%is work item areI + 85. co*era&e impro*ements for sin&le and m lti R)=, (! means of TTI switc%in& and 5PC meas rements impro*ementsU + Impro*ements to c rrent access control mec%anism to pro*ide a more fle<i(le approac% for 5TR)- to primaril! control $onnected 7ode in case of plink o*erload. Identified sol tions incl deI + differentiation of access dela!s or access restrictions accordin& to 5TR)- assi&ned priorities for 58Ps in $onnected 7ode. Idle 7ode ma! (e considered. + in addition, ot%er en%ancements co ld (e considered 2e.&. wait timers for $S and PS domain, wrap+aro nd for *al e ta&, 1S)$@PP)$ pdates in $8..31$C4 + Introd ce en%ancements for ena(lin& %i&% ser (itrates in sin&le and m lti+carrier plink mi<ed+traffic scenarios. T%ree main areas are identifiedI a4 1T:@1R: en%ancements 2e.&. deco ple 1R:@1T: parameters (etween primar! and secondar! carriers, increase 1T: c!cles, increase 1R: c!cles, independent 1T: parameteriAation4 (4 Impro*ed &rantin&I Impro*ed &rantin& for secondar! carriers and T17 operation c4 Impro*ed power control after lon& 1T: &ap on secondar! plink fre' enc!, if performance iss es d e to lon& data interr ption are fo nd. + Red ce 5. control c%annel o*er%ead for CSP) m lti+R)= operation (! means of CS+1P$$C o*er%ead red ction.

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,1< ;(000 2 ;1000 2 ;800( ( A2001 4 A2001 1

IBRAN Fe"t%res
+a e 1#tro"u%tio# of *R-GS- 3a#" for GS--R <ow#li#' -ulti (arrier G*R!+ -o3ile Statio# Re%eive <iversit0 (-SR<) for Voi%e Servi%es over !"aptive -ulti-user %4a##els o# O#e Slot (V!-OS) +ew Trai#i#2 SeFue#%e (o"es (TS() for G*R!+ Support for Eei<ou +avi2atio# Satellite S0ste (E<S) for C(S i# G*R!+ !%ro#0 R-9BRIS< @<CI <SR@9:A<5S New-oN 6CS9.@S9IBRAN Resour%e I1!C1!I(new I2!I1!C1!I(ne w I1!I2!C1!I(ne w I1!I2!C1 I2!I1!I(new rapporteur ?"psc# C"rrierco*! Sierr" 2ireless Bricsson NSN! No3i" Bricsson M-B

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Resources:
,1< ;(010 2 A1001 A ;(020 2

,ntrod%ction of BR-IS< +"nd for IS<-R 'R-9BRIS<) =,@9;(0002


;1,$1, ;3new
Resour%e I1 I(new C1 G0perli#' I4-1(0CC8 I4-1(0CC8 I4-1(0CC8 +otes I4EA1 co*pleted. I4E;1 "ppro$ed 2,@ I4EA1 co*pleted C4EA2 co*pleted. Added BRIS< c"p"+ility indic"tion '24.00C CRE24A8R1) TSBTR 4;.001! 4;.00;! 4;.00C! 4;.0;0 ;1.010! ;1.021 24.00C +a e G*R!+1 part Test part (T1 part

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Bapsc% $arrier$om, , Sierra Wireless, =7Wi, C awei, -S-, Sa&emcom
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) ,1< Title BCCJ@BCJ'04)0A B%rope"n Conference of 4ost"l "nd -eleco**%nic"tions Ad*inistr"tions 'CB4-)0 t#e Blectronic Co**%nic"tions Co**ittee 'BCC) @ecision of 18 <"rc# 2004 on t#e "$"il"+ility of fre/%ency +"nds for t#e introd%ction of 2ide ."nd @i it"l 6"nd <o+ile 4<RJ4A<R in t#e 400 <&z "nd C00J800 <&z +"nds '"*ended 2A V%ne 2008) +ature of relatio#s4ip "*on ot#ers: t#e %se of t#e +"nd C10C1AJ81;-821 <&z! w#ic# is pl"nned for "pplic"tions wit#in t#e l"nd *o+ile ser$ice +"sed on n"tion"l possi+ilities "nd n"tion"l *"r3et de*"nds.

"usti#ication T%e 8$$ 1ecision of 10 7arc% 266# on t%e a*aila(ilit! of fre' enc! (ands for t%e introd ction of Wide =and 1i&ital .and 7o(ile P7R@P)7R in t%e #66 7CA and "66@066 7CA (ands 28$$@18$@26#4664 amended 26 R ne 2660, addresses, amon& ot%ers, t%e se of t%e (and "76+"76@019+021 7CA, w%ic% is planned for applications wit%in t%e land mo(ile ser*ice (ased on national possi(ilities and national market demands. In 8$$@18$@26#466 it is decided t%at t%at t%e fre' enc! re' irements for Wide =and 1i&ital .and 7o(ile P7R@P)7R s!stems referred to in t%e )nne< to t%is 1ecision s%all (e met wit%in t%e (ands "76+"76 7CA paired wit% 019+021 7CA wit% #9 7CA d ple< spacin& (etween t%e transmit fre' encies of mo(ile stations 2"76+"76 7CA4 and t%e transmit fre' encies of (ases stations 2019+021 7CA4, ;S7+R wit%in t%e (ands "73+"76 7CA @ 01"+021 7CA is considered as a s (set of P7R@P)7R. To follow t%is 1ecision and %elp national administrations to reference t%e potential sa&e of t%e (and 8R+;S7 (and "73+"76@01"+021 7CA for ;S7+R s!stems, it is t%e nderstandin& of t%e s pportin& companies t%at t%e 8R+;S7 (and s%all (e incl ded in t%e 3;PP ;8R)-s for %armoniAation p rpose. $!%ective: To introd ce RF re' irements for t%e 8R+;S7 (and and t%erefore dedicated e' ipment alon& wit% necessar! si&nallin& into t%e 3;PP ;8R)- tec%nicals, To ens re t%at t%ose re' irements will minimiAe potential impacts to e<istin& ;8R)- s!stems in t%e 8+;S7 (and, To ens re ro( st operation of t%e 8R+;S7 e' ipment and ser*ices in t%e 8R+;S7 (and. To sec re t%at t%e c rrent 3;PP ;8R)- re' irements of t%e e<istin& ;S7 066 (ands and t%erefore dedicated e' ipment and ser*ices are not affected. For 8R+;S7 7S and =TS, to incl de an anal!sis of t%e e<tent of, and need for, definition of 8+;S7+R specificI , tp t power re' irements. Sp rio s emissions re' irements. Intermod lation atten ation re' irements. =lockin& c%aracteristics re' irements. Re' irements to minimiAe t%e potential impacts to 3;PP s!stems o tside of TS; ;8R)-Ps responsi(ilit!.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< ;1010 2 ;1020 2 ;10(0 2

@ownlin3 <%lti C"rrier IBRAN '@<CI) =,@9;10002


;2,;1,$1,;3new
Resour%e I2!I1 C1 I(new :i#is4 (0J0;J201 4 (0J0;J201 4 28J0CJ201 4 (o p 0N 80N 1;N G0perli#' I4140180 I4140180 I41208(0 +otes I4EA1 co*pletion 02J14FG0;J14. =pd"ted 2,@ I4-1211;CFGI4-140180 I4EA1 co*pletion 02J14FG0CJ14 TSBTR 4(.0A4! 44.004! 44.01C! 44.0A0! 4;.002! 4;.00(! 4;.00;! 4;.00C! 4C.01C 24.00C ;1.010-1! ;1.010-2 +a e (ore (T part Test

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, $%ina 7o(ile, -okia, )lcatel+. cent, HT8, -S.inked to Rel+7 1ownlink 1 al $arrier 5I1396970 2Pre*io s work on m ltiple carriers on t%e downlink was limited to two4. RefI TR #9.012 Feasi(ilit! st d! for e*ol*ed ;8R)-, TS #3.66# ;PRS Sta&e 2 "usti#ication In t%e 3;PP Rel+7 s pport for 1 al $arrier on t%e 1ownlink was introd ced in t%e ;8R)-s. T%e ass mption was t%at t%e 7S implementation is (ased on two separate RF front+ends, sin& two parallel narrow(and recei*er pat%s K1L. T%is implementation ass mption was also leadin& to t%e decision not &oin& (e!ond two carriers. Wit% t%e &lo(al scale deplo!ments of 3; network, and f t re deplo!ments of .T8, t%ere is@will (e an accompan!in& &lo(al penetration of d al mode@tri mode, i.e.2; and 3; and@or #; capa(le 7Ss. =ot% 3; and #; are wide(and tec%nolo&ies and t% s for m lti mode terminals, t%e RF front+end, incl din& )1$, is desi&ned wit% wide(and capa(ilities to s pport 3; and@or #; in addition to ;S7@81;8. T%e wide+(and recei*er capa(ilit! can (e sed to facilitate t%e introd ction of m lti+carrier s pport, i.e. s pport for a confi& ration of two or more carriers, on t%e downlink in 8;PRS and 8;PRS2 operation eliminatin& t%e need for separate RF front+ends for eac% carrier, red cin& terminal cost and increasin& (it rates in ;S7@81;8. It is o(ser*ed t%at s c% introd ction is feasi(le on e<istin& 3;@#; capa(le 7Ss. $!%ectives to: Introd ce necessar! means in t%e ;8R)-s to s pport a 1ownlink 7 lti+$arrier confi& ration, i.e. s pport for two or more carriers in ;8R)- for 8;PRS and 8;PRS2 operation takin& t%e s pported ma<im m RF (andwidt% (! t%e 7S into acco nt. 8<tend t%e to m ltiple carrier s pport on t%e downlink, re+ sin& to t%e lar&est e<tent possi(le t%e alread! e<istin& 1ownlink 1 al $arrier. Re+ se t%e followin& principles specified for 1ownlink 1 al $arrier confi& ration K2L. o In a downlink m lti carrier confi& ration, one or more P1$Cs are assi&ned to a sin&le 7S on eac% of t%e different radio fre' enc! c%annels on eit%er t%e plink or downlink, or (ot%. o ,n t%e downlink, radio (locks ma! (e allocated on all radio fre' enc! c%annels in an! radio (lock period. ,n t%e plink, radio (locks s%all (e allocated on a sin&le radio fre' enc! c%annels in an! &i*en radio (lock period. 1T7 operation in downlink m lticarrier confi& ration is not incl ded in t%e scope of t%e work item. Introd ce 7S capa(ilit! si&nallin& related to t%e ma<im m RF (andwidt% and ma<im m n m(er of carriers s pported (! t%e 7S. Introd ce f nctionalit! to limit t%e recei*ed n m(er of carriers in case t%e ma<im m carrier separation e<ceeds t%e ma<im m RF (andwidt% s pported (! t%e 7S. )*oid an! ne&ati*e impact to speec% performance )*oid an! %ardware impact to t%e (ase station. )*oid an! additional CW re' irements for d al mode 2;8R)-@.T8 or ;8R)-@57TS4 and tri mode 2;8R)-@57TS@.T84 terminals Rela< RF related 7S re' irements impacted (! operation wit% a wide(and carrier selection filter, especiall! in+(and 7S (lockin&. Re#erences K1L 3;PP TR #9.012 Feasi(ilit! st d! for e*ol*ed ;S7@81;8 Radio )ccess -etwork 2;8R)-4 K2L 3;PP TS #3.66# 2;PRSU ,*erall description of t%e ;PRS radio interfaceU Sta&e 2

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Resources:

<SR@ for :A<5S =,@9;800((


;1,;2,$1,;3new

7o(ile Station Recei*e 1i*ersit! 27SR14 for >oice Ser*ices o*er )dapti*e 7 lti+ ser c%annels on ,ne Slot 2>)7,S4
,1< ;80(( ( ;801( ( ;802( ( +a e (T1 i#tro"u%tio# of -S %apa3ilit0 support for -S supporti#2 -SR< for V!-OS Perfor a#%e ReFuire e#ts -S (o#for a#%e Test Resour%e C1 I1!I2 I(new :i#is4 0AJ12J201 ( 28J0CJ201 4 28J0CJ201 4 (o p 100N 0N 1;N G0perli#' I41(0C48 I41(0C48 I41(0C48 +otes C4EA2 co*pleted I4EA1 co*pletion 0;J14FG0CJ14 I4EA1 co*pletion 0;J14FG0CJ14 TSBTR 24.00C 44.01C! 4;.001! 4;.002! 4;.00;! 4;.00C! 4;.008 ;1.010-1! ;1.010-2

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, -okia, $om+Researc%, Telecom Italia, Intel, 7ediaTek
Relate" Stu"0 1te ,1< Title
;0;A8 42000 2

or :eature (if a#0) +ature of relatio#s4ip


4re$io%s wor3 on specifyin perfor*"nce for $oice "nd d"t" c#"nnels for "n <SR@ recei$er 'Rel-1) 4re$io%s wor3 on specifyin :A<5S wit# definition of :A<5S , "nd :A<5S ,, ter*in"ls 'Rel-8)

<o+ile St"tion Recei$e @i$ersity '@AR4 4#"se ,,) :oice Ser$ices o$er Ad"pti$e <%lti%ser c#"nnels on 5ne Slot ':A<5S)

"usti#ication T%e rapid &lo(alisation of t%e smart p%one market contin o sl! increases t%e penetration of d al antenna de*ices. For instance all .T8 ena(led smart de*ices come wit% two recei*e antennas, w%ic% is a *al a(le radio asset t%at s%o ld (e f ll! tilised. Wit% offered s (stantial spectr m efficienc! &ains, recei*er di*ersit! is attracti*e capa(ilit! for s c% de*ices in ;S7@81;8 mode. 1 e to t%e worldwide co*era&e of ;S7@81;8 and its contin ed &rowt% for speec% ser*ices, t%ere is a need for operators to tar&et %i&%er spectral efficienc! for *oice ser*ices. T%e introd ction of 7SR1 2Rel+74 for packet data ser*ices %as !ielded considera(le impro*ements related to performance re' irements (ot% in sensiti*it! limited and in interference limited scenarios. T%e same is e<pected for c%annels in >)7,S mode, as s%own e.&. in ;P+1361#7 27SR1 for >)7,S4. T%e feat re is e<pected to s pport spectr m refarmin&, as >)7,S can (e deplo!ed wit% %i&%er spectral efficienc!. $!%ective: to specif! performance re' irements for an 7SR1 capa(le 7S for c%annels in >)7,S mode.

T%is comprises all speec% and associated control c%annels for w%ic% >)7,S performance re' irements were introd ced. T%e performance s%all (e specified in (ot% sensiti*it! and interference scenarios. In interference scenario, performance s%all (e specified for t%e e<istin& >)7,S interferer profiles. In (ot% scenarios, S$PIR ratios of 6d= and +16d= s%all (e sed. .ike in t%e 1)RP P%ase II specification, t%e sensiti*it! performance s%all (e specified for two different antenna correlation and &ain im(alance *al es i.e. 14 antenna correlation of 6.6 and antenna &ain im(alance of 6 d= and 24 antenna correlation of 6.7 and antenna &ain im(alance of +6 d=. T%e interference performance s%all (e specified onl! for antenna correlation of 6.6 and antenna &ain im(alance of 6 d=. Introd ce 7S capa(ilit! si&nallin& related to s pport for 7SR1 for >)7,S (! t%e 7S.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Resources:
,1< A2011 4 A2021 4 A20(1 4

New -r"inin Se/%ence Codes for IBRAN 'New-oN) =,@9A20014


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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, Telecom Italia, $%ina 7o(ile, -okia, )lcatel+. cent, >odafone, $om+ Researc% Tri&&ered (! ;P+1316#1, ;PD#6 ;P+6"10#0 2WI1 >)7,S4. .inked to Rel+0 >)7,S 2Pre*io s work w%ere new TS$s were defined for ;7SB mod lation4 5I13#26662
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) I ,1< Title +ature of relatio#s4ip 42002 :A<5S 4re$io%s wor3 w#ere new -SCs were defined for I<S? *od%l"tion.

"usti#ication ;8R)- networks %a*e traditionall! (een deplo!ed sin& a set of " trainin& se' ence codes 2TS$4. 1 rin& t%e specification work of >)7,S a second set of TS$s was specified wit% s perior cross+correlation properties compared to t%e first set. T%is %as facilitated impro*ed circ it switc%ed 2$S4 link le*el performance leadin& to en%anced =TS %ardware capacit! and impro*ed spectral tiliAation in ;8R)- $S deplo!ments. It %as (een s%own in K1L t%at in similarit! wit% $S, si&nificantl! impro*ed link le*el performance can (e ac%ie*ed in t%e Packet Switc%ed 2PS4 domain t%ro &% t%e introd ction of a new set of TS$s for "PSB, 16?)7 and 32?)7 in normal s!m(ol rate 2-SR4. T%e &ains are applica(le (ot% in 5. and 1., and will %a*e a positi*e effect not onl! in t%e PS domain ( t also in t%e $S domain. )t t%e same time it is known t%at ;8R)- network operation is dependent on proper deplo!ment. In t%is conte<t t%e TS$ plannin& is a c%allen&in& task. T%is is especiall! tr e considerin& t%e c rrent trend to s!nc%roniAe networks to reac% %i&%er le*els of spectral tiliAation. )n e<tension of t%e c rrent set of TS$s for (ot% $S and PS connections wo ld simplif! t%e task of TS$ plannin& in s!nc%roniAed networks ( t also in as!nc%rono s ones. )n e<tension of t%e c rrent set of TS$s (ot% in t%e $S and PS domain is F stified (! an o*erall impro*ed link le*el performance and a red ction in t%e comple<it! re' ired to confi& re and operate ;8R)- networks. T%ese &ains are foreseen ac%ie*a(le wit% a minim m impact on =SS and 7S implementations. $!%ectives: To e<tend t%e c rrent -SR TS$ space (! a factor of two, meanin& t%atU o o Two additional sets of ;7SB TS$s, w%ere eac% set contains " new TS$s, s%all (e specified. ,ne additional set of " TS$s for eac% of "PSB, 16?)7 and 32?)7, w%ere t%e defined TS$s in eac% set s%all (e (ased on eit%er t%e same antipodal s!m(ol constellation code as one of t%e new ;7SB TS$ sets, or different antipodal s!m(ol constellation codes for eac% mod lation, s%all (e specified.

T%e defined TS$s s%all possess impro*ed cross correlation properties compared to t%e e<istin& TS$ set 1 2incl din& t%e TS$s sed in t%e d mm! ( rsts on t%e =$$C carrier4. T%is s%all (e applica(le (ot% in t%e case of intra+set cross correlation and inter+set cross correlation 2(ot% (etween e<istin& set and t%e ot%er new sets4. In t%e latter case t%e cross correlation s%all (e optimiAed also across mod lations. T%e cross correlation performance s%all (e e*al ated o*er a s ita(le ran&e for t%e time s%ift (etween wanted si&nal and interferer2s4 e<pected in s!nc%rono s networks. )ll specified TS$s s%all preser*e &ood a to+correlation properties. $apt red t%e o tcome of t%e work in 3;PP TR #9.696. Introd ce 7S capa(ilit! si&nallin& and protocol e<tensions associated wit% t%e s pport of t%ese new TS$ sets. )*oid an! ne&ati*e impact on 7S or =SS performance. )*oid an! ne&ati*e impact on 7S or =SS %ardware.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: HT8, $)TR, ? alcomm, 7ediaTek, $%ina 7o(ile, Intel , )lcatel+. cent, C awei, 8ricsson, Spirent $omm nications. =ased on t%e same framework sed in Rel+" S pport for )dditional -a*i&ation Satellite S!stems 2)-SS4 for .$S 5I133"661 "usti#ication 3;PP TS; ;8R)- introd ced s pport for ;alileo and )dditional -a*i&ation Satellite S!stems 2;)-SS4 to Rel+7. T%e ;)-SS specifications allow addition of new satellite s!stems (! assi&nment of new P;)-SS I1sP, P;)-SS Si&nal I1sP, and P;)-SS Time I1sP, to&et%er wit% a few )S-.1 e<tensions to e<istin& assistance data elements. In Rel+7, onl! t%e ;alileo na*i&ation satellite s!stem can (e s pported. In Rel+", some additional na*i&ation satellite s!stems incl din& 7oderniAed ;PS, S=)S, ?HSS, and ;.,-)SS are introd ced nder t%e e<istin& framework of ;)-SS. =1S is a &lo(al na*i&ation satellite s!stem consistin& of 39 satellites, w%ic% incl de 9 ;eostationar! 8art% ,r(it 2;8,4 satellites, 27 7edi m 8art% ,r(it 278,4 satellites, and 3 Inclined ;eos!nc%rono s Satellite ,r(it 2I;S,4 satellites. )ll t%e satellites will (e deplo!ed (efore 2626. In 1ecem(er 2612, =1S (e&an to pro*ide ser*ices to c stomers in )sia+Pacific re&ion. Introd ction of =1S will m ltipl! t%e n m(er of satellites and si&nals a*aila(le for free open ser*ice positionin&, and t%erefore, will increase t%e ser*ice a*aila(ilit!, ser e<perience and acc rac! of .$S. In partic lar, acc rac!, !ield and time to first fi< will (e impro*ed in en*ironments, s c% as indoor and dense r(an, w%ere na*i&ation satellite si&nals normall! e<%i(it (lockin&, atten ation and m ltipat% effects. )nd e*en %i&%er acc rac! will (e ac%ie*ed in en*ironments, s c% as r ral and s ( r(an, w%ere %i&% !ield and &ood acc rac! are normall! possi(le. T%e Si&nal in Space Interface $ontrol 1oc ments 2SIS I$1s4 of =1S are all freel! a*aila(le 2e.&. no re&istration re' ired4I %ttpI@@www.(eido .&o*.cn@attac%@2612@12@27@261212273da20c9e("27#de("cd2(17"22"(a2(d.pdf $!%ectivesI to incl de s pport for =1S to ;8R)- specifications (! definin& a new ;)-SS I1 and introd cin& some necessar! assistance data information 2e.&. $lock 7odel for =1S, -a*i&ation 7odel for =1S, and )lmanac for =1S4 (ased on t%e e<istin& ;)-SS framework. To ens re t%e a(o*e o(Fecti*e can (e met, 7S performance re' irements and conformance test for s pport of =1S s%all also (e introd ced.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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St%dy on Altern"ti$es to B.1A4 for <"c#ine--ype Co**%nic"tions 'FS9A<-C) =,@9410020


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Supporting Individual Me !ers: T+7o(ile 5S), Inter1i&ital, TelefSnica, Telecom Italia, ,ran&e, -S-, BP-, $%ina 7o(ile, Sams n&, 8ricsson, Intel, Sierra Wireless, F Fits , C awei. 1etermine an alternati*e to 8.16# for identif!in& indi*id al de*ices and ro te messa&es (etween t%ose de*ices. "usti#ication 727 demand is forecast to &row from 967 connections to o*er 2667 (! 2613. ) lar&e n m(er of t%ese ser*ices are toda! deplo!ed o*er circ it+switc%ed ;S7 arc%itect res and re' ire 8.16# 7SIS1-s alt%o &% s c% ser*ices do not re' ire Mdiala(leM n m(ers, and &enerall! do not comm nicate wit% eac% ot%er (! % man interaction. Wit%o t tec%nical alternati*e to sin& p (lic n m(erin& reso rces as addresses, and considerin& t%e c rrent forecasts and pendin& applications for n m(ers made to n m(erin& plan administration a&encies, t%ere is a si&nificant risk t%at some national n m(erin&@diallin& plans will r n o t of n m(ers in t%e near f t re, w%ic% wo ld impact not onl! t%ese 727 ser*ices ( t also t%e ;S7@57TS ser*ice pro*iders in &eneral. $!%ective: 1etermine alternati*e to identif! indi*id al de*ices and ro te messa&es (etween t%ose de*ices, incl din&I 8ffecti*el! identif! addressin& met%od to (e sed for end point de*ices 8ffecti*el! ro te messa&in& (etween t%ose de*ices S pport m ltiple met%ods for deli*erin& messa&es, as defined (! TS 22.36" S pport land+(ased and wireless connecti*it! 7ake se of IP+(ased network arc%itect res )ddressin&@identifiers m st s pport mo(ilit! and roamin& s pport on %i&% speed packet+switc%ed networks w%en a*aila(le and on circ it+switc%ed networks $onsider if t%ere are sec rit! iss es associated wit% an! alternati*es

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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St%dy on en#"nce*ents for <"c#ine--ype Co**%nic"tions 'FS9<-Ce) =,@94C00(2


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!%ro#0 FS9<-Ce G0perli#' S410044C +otes S4E;8 co*pleted. St%dy "ddition of new <-Crel"ted %se c"ses "nd f%nction"lity "nd i*pro$e*ents to existin re/%ire*ents in -S 22.(AC TR 22.CCC +a e Stu"0 o# e#4a#%e e#ts for -a%4i#e-T0pe (o u#i%atio#s (-T()

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, BP-, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, Sierra Wireless, Sams n&, >eriAon Wireless, -S-, Panasonic, Intel, $%ina 7o(ile, Interdi&ital, -8$, HT8, Telecom Italia, 7otorola, TeliaSonera, ITRI, Sa&em ,r&a, )lcatel+. cent. St d! -etwork impro*ements for 7T$ 1e*ice to 7T$ 1e*ice comm nications *ia one or more P.7-s 2direct+mode comm nication (etween de*ices is o t of scope4, etc. )li&n also wit% 8TSI T$ 727 work.
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,1< Title 4100(1 Networ3 ,*pro$e*ents for <-C O St" e 1 4C00(0 Syste* ,*pro$e*ent for <-C +ature of relatio#s4ip Rel-10 N,<-C for*s t#e +"sis for en#"nce*ents st%died #ere Rel-11 S,<-C incl%des refine*ents to re/%ire*ents in Rel-10 -S 22.(AC

"usti#ication Rel+16 Sta&e 1 on -etwork Impro*ements for 7ac%ine T!pe $omm nications 2-I7T$4 specified a n m(er of re' irements to make t%e network more s ita(le for 7ac%ine T!pe $omm nications. )dditional aspects need to (e st died (efore proceedin& wit% t%eir potential incl sion in t%e normati*e work. 1 rin& t%e Rel+16 work it was decided to lea*e o t 7T$ 1e*ice to 7T$ 1e*ice comm nications from Rel+16. 7T$ 1e*ice to 7T$ 1e*ice comm nications is e<pected to (ecome of maFor importance, especiall! wit% cons mer de*ices comm nicatin& directl! to eac% ot%er. T%erefore, t%is st d! looks at network impro*ements re' irements of 7T$ 1e*ice to 7T$ 1e*ice scenarios. ) partic lar aspect of 7T$ 1e*ice to 7T$ 1e*ice scenarios is t%e identification and f nctionalit! needed to set p a connection towards a 7T$ 1e*ice. T%e I7S domain ma! pro*ide a sol tion for t%is re' ired f nctionalit!. In t%is case t%e impacts and re' irements of 7T$ on I7S need to (e st died. )dditionall! 7T$ 1e*ices often act as a &atewa! for a capillar! network of ot%er 7T$ 1e*ices or non+3;PP de*ices. T%ese &atewa! 7T$ 1e*ices ma! %a*e specific re' irements on t%e mo(ile network, w%ic% %a*e not !et (een taken into acco nt in t%e Rel+16 -I7T$ work. St d! is needed to determine to w%at e<tent impro*ements are needed and can (e specified (! 3;PP for 7T$ 1e*ices t%at act as a &atewa! for Pcapillar! networksP of ot%er de*ices. )lso ali&nment wit% w%at is specified (! 8TSI T$ 727 on t%is aspect is needed. F rt%er optimisations ma! (e possi(le for 2&ro ps of4 7T$ 1e*ices t%at are co+located. )n e<ample of t%is co ld (e a car wit% a n m(er of different 7T$ 1e*ices t%at alwa!s mo*e alon& to&et%er. ,ptimisations for t%ese kinds of scenarios %a*e (een s &&ested, ( t %a*e not !et (een taken into acco nt in t%e Rel+16 -I7T$. St d! is needed to determine to w%at e<tent network impro*ements can (e specified for co+located 7T$ 1e*ices. =eca se of t%e different c%aracteristics of 7ac%ine+T!pe $omm nications, t%e optimal network for 7T$ ma! not (e t%e same as t%e optimal network for % man to % man comm nications. ,ptimisations of network selections and steerin& of roamin& ma! (e needed. St d! is needed to determine to w%at e<tent impro*ements are needed on network selection and steerin& of roamin& for 7T$. 7an! 7T$ applications se some kind of location trackin&. 8.&. t%e e<istin& .$S framework co ld (e sed to pro*ide location information for t%ese kinds of 7T$ applications. St d! is needed to determine to w%at e<tent impro*ements are needed for 7T$ location trackin&. 7T$ (rin&s a new concept of a 7T$ 5ser and 7T$ Ser*er. So far little attention %as (een &i*en to ser*ice re' irements on t%e comm nication (etween t%e network and t%e 7T$ 5ser@7T$ Ser*er. )lso ali&nment wit% w%at is specified (! 8TSI T$ 727 on t%at aspect is needed. St d! is needed on w%at kind of ser*ice re' irements are needed and can (e specified (! 3;PP. $!%ective: to st d! additional re' irements, se cases and f nctionalit! (e!ond Rel+16 -I7T$ on t%e followin&I

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

network impro*ements for 7T$ 1e*ice to 7T$ 1e*ice comm nications *ia one or more P.7-s. -oteI direct+mode comm nication (etween de*ices is o t of scope. possi(le impro*ements for 7T$ 1e*ices t%at act as a &atewa! for Pcapillar! networksP of ot%er de*ices. -oteI capillar! networks t%emsel*es are o t of scope of 3;PP. network impro*ements for &ro ps of 7T$ 1e*ices t%at are co+located wit% ot%er 7T$ 1e*ices impro*ements on network selection mec%anisms and steerin& of roamin& for 7T$ de*ices possi(le en%ancements to I7S to s pport 7T$ possi(le impro*ements for location trackin& of 7T$ 1e*ices ser*ice re' irements on comm nications (etween P.7- and t%e 7T$ 5ser@7T$ Ser*er 2e.&. %ow t%e 7T$ 5ser can set e*ent to (e monitored wit% 7T$ 7onitorin&4U possi(le ser*ice re' irements to optimiAe 7T$ 1e*ices possi(le -ew 7T$ Feat res to f rt%er impro*e t%e network for 7T$ Work on&oin& in e<ternal standard or&aniAation s%all (e considered 2e.&. 8TSI 727, $$S) T$ 164. Service Aspects: 7T$ is seen as a form of data comm nication w%ic% in*ol*es one or more entities t%at do not necessaril! need % man interaction. ) ser*ice optimised for 7ac%ine+T!pe $omm nications is likel! to differ from a ser*ice optimised for % man+to+% man comm nications. MMI)Aspects: -one e<pected. Charging Aspects: Impro*ements to t%e $1R &eneration in I7S for 7T$ ma! (e addressed Security Aspects: Some sec rit! aspects and optimisations ma! (e addressed.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: Inter1i&ital, )lcatel+. cent , )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, $isco, Intel, ITRI, B11I, Ro&ers, Telecom Italia, >eriAon Wireless, HT8, $%ina 7o(ile, -8$. .inked to S)3 St d! on Sin&le Si&n ,n 2SS,4 )pplication Sec rit! for I7S + (ased on SIP 1i&est 25I13#"66#"4, S)3 TR 33.02# 8<tended Identit! 7ana&ement 2;=)+Id74 and S)3 TR 33.0"6 .i(ert! )lliance and 3;PP Sec rit! Interworkin& 2.i(Sec4.
,1< FS9SS59A 4S I.A-,d< Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L Title +ature of relatio#s4ip St%dy on Sin le Si n 5n 'SS5) Applic"tion Sec%rity FS9SS59A4S "n"lysis "nd %se c"ses co%ld +e selecti$ely for ,<S - +"sed on S,4 @i est 're)considered in t#is st%dy! "s well %se c"ses "nd re/%ire*ents identified +y SA1 co%ld +e pro$ided "s inp%t to s%pport t#e SA( st%dy Bxtended ,dentity <"n" e*ent -R ((.824: K,dentity -R ((.824 re/%ire*ents "nd %se c"ses co%ld +e *"n" e*ent "nd (I44 sec%rity interwor3in 0 ,dentity selecti$ely 're)considered in t#is st%dy *"n" e*ent "nd Ieneric A%t#entic"tion Arc#itect%re 'IAA) interwor3in L -R ((.8C0: ",nterwor3in of 6i+erty Alli"nce ,dentity -R ((.8C0 re/%ire*ents "nd %se c"ses co%ld +e Feder"tion Fr"*ewor3 ',@-FF)! ,dentity 2e+ Ser$ice selecti$ely 're)considered in t#is st%dyFr"*ewor3 ',@-2SF) "nd t#e Ieneric A%t#entic"tion Arc#itect%re 'IAA)".

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"usti#ication T%is St d! Item aims to in*esti&ate interworkin& of t%e operator+centric identit! mana&ement wit% t%e ser+centric We( ser*ices pro*ided o tside of an operatorPs domain. Specificall!, it addresses inte&ration of SS, and t%e 3;PP ser*ices, w%ic% is essential for operators to le*era&e t%eir assets and t%eir c stomersP tr st, w%ile introd cin& new identit! ser*ices. S c% inte&ration will allow operators to (ecome SS, pro*iders (! re+ sin& t%e e<istin& a t%entication mec%anisms in w%ic% an end+ serPs de*ice effecti*el! a t%enticates t%e end ser. For t%e operator to (ecome t%e preferred SS, Identit! Pro*ider, mi&%t re' ire inte&ration of t%e operator core wit% e<istin& application ser*ice @ content pro*iders to allow t%e sa&e of credentials on t%e 58, for SS, ser*ices. T%e 3;PP operator ma! le*era&e its tr st framework and its relia(le and ro( st sec re credential %andlin& infra+str ct re to pro*ide SS, ser*ice (ased on operator+controlled credentials. S c% SS, inte&ration %as to work for *ario s operator a t%entication confi& rations. $!%ectiveI to in*esti&ates a compre%ensi*e set of se cases and ser*ice re' irements for t%e inte&ration of SS, frameworks wit% 3;PP network for *ario s operator a t%entication confi& rations. T%is St d! co*ersI Ser*ice and deplo!ment scenarios for 3;PP operators adoptin& an inte&rated approac% to SS,, incl din& W8=, person to person and 727 ser*ice scenarios $ompre%ensi*e set of se cases of inte&ration of different Identit! and SS, frameworks 2e.&. ,penI14 for *ario s operator a t%entication confi& rations 5se cases and potential ser*ice re' irements for ,perators s%arin& controlled ser credentials wit% 3rd part! ser*ice pro*iders 5se cases and potential ser*ice re' irements associated wit% ens rin& t%at t%e intended ser is makin& se of t%e associated SS, capa(ilit! 2incl din& t%e case w%en t%e 58 %as (een stolen or lost4 Service Aspects: intends to st d! ser*ices re' irements for operator centric SS, interworkin& wit% c rrent state of t%e art identit! mana&ement s!stems 2e.&. ,penI14. Charging Aspects: Since t%e mo(ile operator will (ecome a SS, pro*ider, re' irements for c%ar&in& aspects %a*e to (e st died. MMI aspects: 77I potential impacts will (e to (e e*al ated. Security Aspects: Since t%e mo(ile operator will (ecome a SS, pro*ider, ser*ice re' irements for sec rit! aspects %a*e to (e st died.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -8$, )TET, -TT 1o$o7o, Inter1i&ital, Intel, Tatara S!stems, Telefonica, $%ina 7o(ile, )lcatel+. cent, Sams n&, .; 8lectronics .inked to S)1 Rel+11 Feat re 5I13#06636 SIPT, Ser*ice $ontin it! of IP 1ata Session 2SIPT,3S$4 "usti#ication =asic f nctionalit! for .ocal IP )ccess 2.IP)4 %as (een specified in Rel+16. .IP) si&nifies t%e capa(ilit! of a 58 to o(tain access to a local residential@enterprise IP network 2s (se' entl! called a local network4 t%at is connected to one or more C2e4-=s. T%e c rrent st d! item in*esti&ates e<tendin& .IP) f nctionalit! to allow access to t%e local network w%en a 58 is nder co*era&e of t%e macro network and pro*ide related mo(ilit! s pport. .IP) allows a 58 to work wit% de*ices in t%e local network G e.&. printers, *ideo cameras, or a local we(+ser*er. If t%e local network offers ser*ices t%at ena(le e<c%an&e of di&ital content 2e.&. 5PnP4 .IP) allows t%e 58 to disco*er s pportin& de*ices and to (e disco*ered. 8<amples for ser*ices t%at (ecome a*aila(le (! .IP) areI T%e pict res stored in a 58Ps di&ital camera ma! (e ploaded to a local networked stora&e de*ice or printed o t at a local printer. ) porta(le a dio pla!er in t%e 58 ma! fetc% new content from a media centre a*aila(le on t%e local network. ) 58 ma! recei*e *ideo streams from local s r*eillance cameras in t%e %ome. ) local we(+ser*er in a compan!Ps intranet ma! (e accessed (! t%e 58. S pport of >P-. .IP) does not re' ire t%e local network to (e connected to t%e Internet ( t ac%ie*es IP connecti*it! wit% t%e 58 t%ro &% one or more C2e4-=s of t%e mo(ile operator. In Rel+16 3;PP %as onl! specified t%e s pport of .IP) w%en t%e 58 accesses t%e local network *ia C2e4-=. ,n t%e ot%er %and an operator ma!, e.&. as a c%ar&ea(le ser ser*ice, wis% to pro*ide access to t%e local network also to a 58 t%at is nder co*era&e of t%e macro network. )ccess to t%e local network w%en a 58 is nder co*era&e of t%e macro network s%o ld (e ena(led in Rel+11. In Rel+16 it %ad (een re' ired for a 58 to (e a(le to maintain IP connecti*it! to t%e local network w%en mo*in& (etween C2e4-=s wit%in t%e same local network. Cowe*er, access to t%e local network ma! (e lost as a 58 mo*es o t of C2e4-= co*era&e into t%e macro network, e*en if ot%er ser*ices 2e.&. telep%on!, data ser*ices, SIPT,4 s r*i*e a %ando*er to t%e macro network and are contin ed. T%is ma! res lt in an nsatisfactor! ser e<perience. T%e c rrent st d! item will allow contin ation of data sessions to t%e local network w%en t%e 58 mo*es (etween C2e4-= and t%e macro network. T%erefore, in Rel+11, t%e 3;PP s!stem re' ires additional f nctionalit! to allow ) 58 to access t%e local network from t%e macro network ) 58 to maintain contin it! of data sessions to t%e local network w%en mo*in& (etween a C2e4-= and t%e macro network $!%ectiveI to propose re' irements and st d! feasi(ilit! for t%e followin& scenariosI

Pro*ide a capa(ilit! to t%e mo(ile operator to allow or restrict )ccess to an enterprise@residential IP network w%en a 58 is nder co*era&e of t%e macro network, ass min& t%at t%e IP address of t%e local IP network 2e.&. residential@enterprise &atewa!4 is a*aila(le to t%e 58. $ontin it! of data session2s4 to an enterprise@residential IP network w%en a 58 mo*es (etween a C2e4-= in an enterprise@residential en*ironment and t%e macro network.

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T%e s pport of $ontin it! of 1ata Sessions to .ocal -etworks s%o ld (e an operator option t%at ma! or ma! not (e pro*ided (! indi*id al P.7-s. Service Aspects T%e ser s%o ld (e a(le to decline access to t%e local network from t%e macro network. T%e ser s%o ld also (e a(le to decline contin it! of data sessions to local networks w%en mo*in& (etween C2e4-= and t%e macro network 2e.&. in t%e case w%en data sessions to local networks is c%ar&ed differentl! if accessed from macro co*era&e or *ia t%e C2e4-=4. ) difference in ?oS ma! (e noticea(le (! t%e ser w%en t%e local network is accessed from t%e macro network or *ia t%e C2e4-=. Charging Aspects of data sessions to local networks will (e addressed. Security Aspects will (e addressed.

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St%dy on non-<-C <o+ile @"t" Applic"tions ,*p"cts 'FS9<5@A,) =,@9;000(A


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!%ro#0 FS9<5@A, G0perli#' S4-100CC8 +otes S4E;4 co*pleted TR 22.C01 +a e Stu"0 o# #o#--T( -o3ile <ata !ppli%atio#s 1 pa%ts

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, $%ina 7o(ile, )TET, 1e tsc%e Telekom, $%ina 5nicom, $%ina Telecom, $)TT, $)TR, Intel, Sams n& .inked to 5I13#06636 S)2 Rel+11 TR 23."#3 St d! on $ore -etwork ,*erload sol tions 2FS3$-,4
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Rel-11 SA2 -R 2(.C4( St%dy on Core Networ3 5$erlo"d sol%tions

Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L +ature of relatio#s4ip


CN5 st%dy foc%s is on CN control pl"n o$erlo"d iss%e wit# sol%tions "t t#e networ3! w#ere"s t#is st%dy is intended to loo3 "t t#e iss%e fro* t#e "pplic"tions $iewpoint.

"usti#ication Some mo(ile data applications mi&%t res lt in ad*erse impact to t%e mo(ile network, e.&. d e to fre' ent idle+acti*e mode c%an&in&, fre' ent start or stop of ser*ices, small data transmission, fre' ent li*e pdate. Cence, t%e network 2(ot% R)- and $-4 is nder si&nallin& and data traffic flood. T%e mo(ile network m st %a*e t%e a(ilit! to accommodate for %ea*! sa&e of applications w%ile impro*in& ' alit! of e<perience for t%e ser and promotin& &rowt% of t%e mo(ile (road(and ser*ices. )n in*esti&ation on t%e ser*ice scenario@ se case of different mo(ile data applications and t%eir impact to t%e c rrent s!stem is needed. Sol tions towards identified pro(lems m st (e st died and e*al ated. 8n%ancements in t%e s!stem to accommodate for s c% applications ma! (e needed (ased on t%e st d!. $!%ectiveI to make t%e network (etter s ited for mo(ile data applications, consider t%e followin& S)1 o(Fecti*esI

Identif! and st d! ser*ices scenarios @ se cases for mo(ile data applications and identif! t%eir operational c%aracteristics @ re' irements in terms of e.&. fre' enc! of start@stop of ser*ices, %oldin& time, transferred data *ol me Identif! potential pro(lems @ network inefficienc! ca sed (! different mo(ile data applications, and specif! t%e necessar! en%ancements from ser*ice aspects

$ommonalities wit% s!stem impro*ement for 7T$ need to (e considered.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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St%dy on 4roxi*ity-+"sed Ser$ices 'FS94roSe) =,@9;(0044


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!%ro#0 FS94roSe G0perli#' S4-110A(C &1Brapporteur D%"lco** +otes S4E;8 co*pleted TR 22.C0( +a e Stu"0 o# ProDi it0-3ase" Servi%es

Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, )lcatel . cent, )TET, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 5nicom, $CTT., $o<, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, F Fits , Intel, .; 8lectronics, .i&%ts' ared, 7otorola Sol tions, -8$, -IST, -okia, -S-, -TT 1o$o7o, Renesas 7o(ile, Sierra Wireless, SB Telecom, ST 8ricsson, Soft=ank, Telecom Italia, 5S $ell lar, HT8 "usti#ication Pro<imit!+(ased applications and ser*ices represent a recent and enormo s socio+tec%nolo&ical trend. T%e principle of t%ese applications is to disco*er instances of t%e applications r nnin& in de*ices t%at are wit%in pro<imit! of eac% ot%er, and ltimatel! also e<c%an&e application+related data. In parallel, t%ere is interest in pro<imit!+(ased disco*er! and comm nications in t%e p (lic safet! comm nit!. $ rrent 3;PP are onl! partiall! s ited for s c% needs, since all s c% traffic and si&nallin& wo ld %a*e to (e ro ted in t%e network, t% s impactin& t%eir performance and addin& n+necessar! load in t%e network. T%ese c rrent limitations are also an o(stacle to t%e creation of e*en more ad*anced pro<imit!+(ased applications. In t%is conte<t, 3;PP tec%nolo&!, %as t%e opport nit! to (ecome t%e platform of c%oice to ena(le pro<imit!+(ased disco*er! and comm nication (etween de*ices, and promote a *ast arra! of f t re and more ad*anced pro<imit!+(ased applications. $!%ective: to st d! se cases and identif! potential re' irements for an operator network controlled disco*er! and comm nications (etween de*ices t%at are in pro<imit!, nder contin o s network control, and are nder a 3;PP network co*era&e, forI 14 24 34 #4 $ommercial@social se -etwork offloadin& P (lic Safet! Inte&ration of c rrent infrastr ct re ser*ices, to ass re t%e consistenc! of t%e ser e<perience incl din& reac%a(ilit! and mo(ilit! aspects

)dditionall!, t%e st d! item will st d! se cases and identif! potential re' irements for 94 P (lic Safet!, in case of a(sence of 85TR)- co*era&e 2s (Fect to re&ional re& lation and operator polic!, and limited to specific p (lic+safet! desi&nated fre' enc! (ands and terminals4 5se cases and ser*ice re' irements will (e st died incl din& network operator control, a t%entication, a t%oriAation, acco ntin& and re& lator! aspects. T%e st d! does not appl! to ;8R)- or 5TR)-.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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St%dy on =ser 4l"ne Con estion *"n" e*ent 'FS9=4C5N) =,@9;40021


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a#a2e e#t !%ro#0 FS9=4C5N G0perli#' S4-110C18 +otes S4E;1 co*pleted TR 22.C0; +a e Stu"0 o# ,ser Pla#e (o#2estio#

Supporting Individual Me !ers: B11I, )lcatel+. cent, )llot $omm nications, )TET, $isco, $eltro, $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 5nicom, Citac%i, C awei, Inter1i&ital $omm nications, ITRI, R niper -etworks, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, 7o*ik -etworks, -8$, -S-, -T$, -TT 1,$,7,, ,ran&e, Panasonic, Radis!s, =lack=err!, Sams n&, Soft=ank 7o(ile, >odafone, HT8
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,1< Title ;000( SA44 'Ser$ice Aw"reness 2 "nd 4ri$"cy 4olicies) ;200( ; 4800( 1 FS9=<5NC '=s" e <onitorin Control Bn#"nce*ent) DoS9SS6 'DoS Control ."sed on S%+scri+er Spendin 6i*its) +ature of relatio#s4ip -#e -@F detects t#e st"rt "nd end of ser$ice tr"ffic! "nd incl%des rel"ted policy control si n"llin . =4C5N *"y need to +e "pplied to *"n" e con estion w#ile ser$ice tr"ffic is +ein sent. =<5NC is " new st%dy to loo3 "t "ddition"l re/%ire*ents for refinin control of networ3 %s" e +y ser$ice or "pplic"tion. =4C5N scen"rios incl%de *"n" in tr"ffic +y "pplic"tion. DoS9SS6 is "+o%t *onitorin " s%+scri+erWs %s" e in rel"tion to " spendin li*it "nd "ction to +e t"3en w#en t#e li*it is re"c#ed. S%+scri+er spendin li*its *"y +e +y %ser or +y "pplic"tion. =4C5N scen"rios incl%de +ot# %ser-+"sed "nd "pplic"tion-+"sed tr"ffic *"n" e*ent.

"usti#ication 7o(ile operators are seein& si&nificant increases in ser data traffic. For some operators, ser data traffic %as more t%an do (led ann all! for se*eral !ears. )lt%o &% t%e data capacit! of networks %as increased si&nificantl!, t%e o(ser*ed increase in ser traffic contin es to o tpace t%e &rowt% in capacit!. T%is is res ltin& in increased network con&estion and in de&raded ser ser*ice e<perience. Reasons for t%is &rowt% in traffic are t%e rapidl! increasin& se of Nsmart p%onesO and t%e proliferation of data applications t%at t%e! s pport and t%e se of 5S= modem don&les for laptops to pro*ide mo(ile 2or at least nomadic4 Internet access sin& 3;PP networks. )s t%e penetration of t%ese terminals increases worldwide, t%is trend of rapidl! increasin& data traffic is e<pected to contin e and accelerate. $!%ectiveI to st d! scenarios and se cases w%ere %i&% sa&e le*els lead to ser plane traffic con&estion in t%e R)-, and to propose re' irements for %andlin& ser plane traffic w%en R)- con&estion occ rs. T%e aim is to make efficient se of a*aila(le reso rces to increase t%e potential n m(er of acti*e sers w%ile maintainin& t%e ser e<perience. Scenarios t%at will (e considered incl deI Candlin& of ser+(ased traffic w%en R)- con&estion occ rs Candlin& of application+(ased traffic w%en R)- con&estion occ rs Candlin& of content+(ased traffic w%en R)- con&estion occ rs will not impact specific ser*ices ( t is anticipated to %a*e positi*e impact on ser*ice deli*er!.

Service Aspects:

Charging AspectsI ma! impact c%ar&in& data collection, e.&., for t%e p rpose of collectin& statistics.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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St%dy on RAN S#"rin Bn#"nce*ents 'FS9RSB) =,@9;4002C


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7inis19?,%?+,1 3 $omp 97@ G0perli#' S4110C20 +otes S4E;8 co*pletion 0(J1(FG0AJ1( '*o$ed to Rel-1() TR 22.C;2 +a e Stu"0 o# R!+ S4ari#2 *#4a#%e e#ts

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -8$, Sprint, ? alcomm, Telefonica 8 rope, .i&%tS' ared, $learwire 8<tend Rel+6 -etwork S%arin& 5I133161" 2(asic scenarios of network@R)- s%arin&4 to co*er more comple< scenarios t%at arise d e to recent needs for more d!namic co+operation amon& operators.
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,1< Title +ature of relatio#s4ip (101 Networ3 -#is Rel-A wor3 ite* pro$ided t#e f%nction"lity for +"sic scen"rios of networ3 'RAN) s#"rin "*on oper"tors. C S#"rin -#e c%rrent st%dy ite* extends t#is wor3 to co$er *ore co*plex scen"rios t#"t "rise d%e to recent needs for *ore dyn"*ic co-oper"tion "*on oper"tors.

"usti#ication T%e massi*e &rowt% in mo(ile (road(and traffic %as sent s%ockwa*es t%ro &% t%e telecoms ind str!. ,perators are str &&lin& to find cost+effecti*e wa!s to meet t%is demand. T%e sol tions are well knownI indoor co*era&e, small cells, .T8, IP 8t%ernet (ack%a lU and more spectr m, (ot% re+farmed and new. Cowe*er, all t%ese sol tions create additional $)P8:. ) maForit! of t%e pfront costs are related to esta(lis%in& co*era&e. )ppro<imatel! 76Q of t%e $)P8: in*ol*es ac' irin& t%e sites, access e' ipment, ci*il works 2i.e. constr ction of t%e site, installation of t%e e' ipment4 and la!in& ca(les for electricit! and (ack%a l. Infrastr ct re s%arin&, in partic lar en%anced R)- s%arin&, offers s (stantial ,P8: and $)P8: sa*in&s. It will not simpl! (e a met%od of red cin& costs G it will s%er in a new paradi&m in network roll+o t strate&!. =asicall! t%ree sit ations can (e en*isa&ed in w%ic% en%anced R)- s%arin& are %i&%l! (eneficialI ) ;reenfield deplo!ment G two operators Fointl! a&ree to ( ild o t a new tec%nolo&! 2t!picall! #;4. )t t%e o tset, t%e new s%ared network infrastr ct re and operations can (e (ased on capacit! and co*era&e re' irements of (ot% operators. T%e operator can f nd ( ilt+on 96I96 or accordin& to t%eir e<pected needs. = !+in G w%en one of t%e s%arin& operators %as alread! ( ilt 2#; for e<ample4 and lookin& for anot%er operator to s%are t%is network. In t%is case, t%e second operator wo ld eit%er pa! a capacit! sa&e fee or p+front fee to ac' ire in t%e network.

$onsolidation Sit ationI w%en eit%er 2;, 3; or #; networks, w%ic% %a*e alread! ( ilt o t (! eac% of t%e s%arin& operators, needs to (e consolidated into one Foint network. T%is t!pe of network s%arin& s all! %olds si&nificant cost ad*anta&es, ( t it also presents s (stantial desi&n c%allen&es. In addition to $ape< and ,pe< sa*in&s, t%ere are also indirect efficienc! &ains s c% as a denser network wo ld &i*e (etter indoor co*era&e w%ic% leads to %i&%er cell capacities. $!%ectiveI to st d! scenarios of m ltiple operators s%arin& radio network reso rces and to create potential re' irements t%at complement e<istin& s!stem capa(ilities for s%arin& common R)- reso rces. $oordination wit% S)9 on t%is topic is en*isa&ed. Service Aspects: Impact on ser*ice e<perience of indi*id al s (scri(ers s%o ld (e kept at a minim m. Security Aspects: R)- S%arin& 8n%ancements s%all not ne&ati*el! affect sec rit! or pri*ac! of s%arin& networks or s (scri(ers. For t%e case of m ltiple operators s%arin& radio network reso rces t%e st d! needs take care of re' irements and scenarios forI maintainin& end+to+end sec rit! for eac% operator pro*idin& and allowin& appropriate le*els of *isi(ilit! of t%e s%ared radio network reso rces to t%e s%arin& network operators accordin& to eac% operatorPs role in t%e s%arin& arran&ement. In*ol*ement of S)3 for e*al ation of potential scenarios is en*isa&ed.

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

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St%dy on ,<S +"sed 4eer-to-4eer Content @istri+%tion Ser$ices 'FS9,<S94249C@S) =,@94800(4


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Resour%e S1 S2 S( G0perli#' S4-120A22 S4-120A22 S4-120A22 +otes S4E;( co*pleted S4E;A co*pleted. -R 2(.C44$100 for ,nfor*"tion "nd Appro$"l S4E;C co*pleted. -R ((.C44 $100 for ,nfor*"tion "nd Appro$"l TR 2(.C44 2(.C44 ((.C44 +a e S!1 part S!2 part S!3 part

Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 7o(ile, -okia Siemens -etwork, C awei, HT8, $)TT, Panasonic, 7otorola Tri&&ered (! TR 22.066 S)1 St d! on I7S (ased Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ices 5I13#966#7. "usti#ication ) st d! in S)1 2TR 22.0664 %as identified t%e se cases of $ontent on 1emand, .i*e Streamin&, and File 1ownloadin& Ser*ice o*er I7S for lar&e n m(ers of online sers. T%e related ser*ice re' irements, c%ar&in& re' irements and sec rit! re' irements of I7S (ased Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ices are identified t%ere. )lso, considerations on 58 t!pes, 3;PP access networks and non+3;PP access networks %a*e (een disc ssed. ) .S from S)1 2S1+1612#74 informs S)2 t%at t%e st d! on NI7S (ased Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*icesO %as (een 166Q completed and in*ites S)2 to start st d!in& t%is topic. W%ile Peer+to+Peer %as ori&inall! (een desi&ned to deli*er ser*ices across non+mana&ed networks, peer+to+peer ser*ices can (enefit from I7S+(ased networks to optimiAe reso rces and conse' entl! impro*e ?oS, in partic lar for real+time ser*ices s c% as *ideo. =esides, I7S f nctions, s c% as re&istration, a t%entication, ser data mana&ement, and c%ar&in&, can add *al e to t%e P2P $1S. T% s, it is meanin&f l to start a st d! to create and e*al ate alternati*e sol tions in order to f lfil t%e se cases and re' irements as defined (! S)1. T%is also means t%at t%e assessment on alternati*es and t%e final concl sion of t%is st d! s%o ld not onl! take TR 22.066 into consideration ( t also compl! wit% t%e related normati*e work in S)1. $!%ective T%is st d! does not intend to modif! ;PRS or 8P$ for P2P mec%anism, ( t foc s on t%e en%ancement of I7S to s pport Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ices in respect of ;PRS, 8P$ and ot%er nderl!in& access network tec%nolo&ies. T%e o(Fecti*es are to st d! I7S (ased Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ices on t%e arc%itect ral le*el wit% t%e followin& aspectsI

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

$reatin& sol tions in order to f lfil t%e se cases and re' irements as defined (! S)1 w%ile a*oidin& d plicate work in ot%er S1,s, s c% as I8TF Ke.&. PPSP, P2PSIP, ).T,, and 18$)18L, and re+ sin& t%eir work. T%e sol tions s%o ldI )ppl! t%e same I7S ser mana&ement@re&istration proced re as ot%er I7S ser*icesU =e a(le to pro*ide t%e 58 wit% t%e appropriate )S to o(tain t%e addresses of ot%er Peers, from w%ic% t%e 58 can retrie*e t%e re' ested contentU Re+ se IS$ interface for ser*ice tri&&erin&U =e a(le to select ' alified 5ser Peers amon& a*aila(le 58s accordin& to t%e policies preconfi& red in t%e networkI 8la(orate alternati*e sol tions, w%ic% s pport t%e followin& network access tec%nolo&iesI 7o(ile access onl! 2e.&. 5TR)-, 8+5TR)-, I+W.)-4U Fi<ed access onl! 2e.&. <1S., .)-4U Fi<ed and mo(ile con*er&ence scenarios. 8*al ate possi(le impacts and impro*ements on network w%en I7S (ased Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ices are deplo!ed, s c% as t%e interactions t%at are needed to adapt t%e peer+to+peer o*erla! properties to t%e confi& ration and t%e reso rces of t%e network. Identif! ?oS, mo(ilit!, c%ar&in& and sec rit! related re' irements in t%e case of Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ices on I7S.

T%e assessment on alternati*e sol tions and t%e final concl sion of t%is st d! s%o ld not onl! take TR 22.066 into consideration ( t also compl! wit% t%e related normati*e work in S)1. Service Aspects: Since t%e feasi(le impro*ements s%o ld (e as common as possi(le for different Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ice applications, s c% as .i*e@>od Streamin& and 1ownloadin&, t%is st d! s%o ld se a &eneral Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ice paradi&m, w%ic% s%o ld not (e restricted to a specific Peer+to+Peer $ontent 1istri( tion Ser*ice application. MMI)Aspects: Since 58 ma! offer capa(ilities 2e.&. comp tin& capa(ilit!, stora&e4 to ot%er co nterparts and necessar! P2P related info to ser*ers on t%e network side, t%ere ma! (e impacts in 77I+)spects. Charging Aspects: Since 58 ma! take part in offerin& ser*ices to ot%er co nterparts in a P2P mode, impacts on t%e c%ar&in& arc%itect re will (e considered if a promotin& c%ar&in& polic! is an option for operators. Security Aspects: Sec rit! related iss es will (e st died in 3;PP S)3 accordin& to ser*ice re' irements.

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

1;.2
Resources:
,1< 4801( A 4802( A

St%dy on Core Networ3 5$erlo"d sol%tions 'FS9CN5) =,@94800(A


S2
G0perli#' S4120480 S4120480 +otes 4#"se 1: co*plete st%dy of o$erlo"d control rel"ted to <A4 J@i"*eter si n"llin ! ot#er (I44 Core Networ3 si n"llin opti*iz"tion S4EA2 co*pleted TR 2(.C4( 2(.C4( +a e P4ase 1 P4ase 2

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, )TET, >odafone, 1e tsc%e Telekom, )lcatel+. cent, 8ricsson, ST+ 8ricsson, >eriAon Wireless, HT8, $%ina 7o(ile, Cewlett+Packard, ,ran&e, T+7o(ile 5S), ? alcomm, F Fits , Telefonica, $%ina 5nicom, Telenor, Telecom Italia .inked to $T# 5I13#0661# St d! on 8P$ -odes Restoration. S pport from $T# and R)- W;s is anticipated. "usti#ication T%e ori&inal foc s of t%e $ore -etwork Si&nallin& ,*erload in*esti&ation was initiated (! a Foint meetin& wit% $T W;# d rin& S)2 D70 in B!oto and contri( tion S2+163961 2)TT4 o tlined a specific incident in t%e network res ltin& in a NC.R ,*erloadO 2i.e. t%e C.R recei*in& 666Q of en&ineered capacit!4. T%e specific ca se of t%is incident was 2in one case4 a restart of a Radio -etwork $ontroller 2R-$4 t%at remo*ed t%e control c%annel. T%is forced all t%e mo(iles in a lar&e area to rere&ister. ,nce t%is s r&e of traffic started, t%e C.R was not a(le to complete t%e re&istration (efore some of t%e newer %andsets timed o t t%e re&istration and restarted t%e entire re&istration process on all networks 22; and 3;, >oice and 1ata4 to w%ic% t%e! were alread! attac%ed. T%is created e*en more traffic. ,nce t%e dela! at t%e C.R e<ceeded t%is %andset timeo t *al e, all of t%is class of newer %andsets were na(le to complete re&istration re&ardless of location. T%is Npositi*e feed(ackO sit ation spiralled ntil man al actions were taken to drasticall! red ce t%e ' e e 2e.&. (! s% ttin& down links4. T%is action (roke t%e c!cle (! eliminatin& t%e dela! at t%e e<pense of discardin& a lar&e n m(er of messa&es, and t%e network reco*ered. Increases in si&nallin& speed and t%e concentration of s (scri(ers into fewer C.R nodes creates a more complicated en*ironment, and one in w%ic% sit ations can c%an&e ' ickl!. Since more s (scri(ers are s pported per C.R, more s (scri(ers are also impacted. T%e C.R is a not ni' e network element in t%is re&ard. Similar scenarios mi&%t occ r as well to ot%er NcoreO network elements as t%e (e%a*io r of t%e 58 (ecomes increasin& comple<. T%is aspect t%o &% needs f rt%er in*esti&ation. T%is sit ation raises se*eral iss es, and &enerates se*eral ' estions wort%! of st d!I 1. 2. 3. $o ld t%e radio networkPs response to a fail re (e c%an&ed to a*oid a % &e spike in demand of core network reso rces^ S%o ld t%e C.R 2and ot%er network nodes4 %a*e a wa! to notif! t%e rest of t%e network t%at it is in o*erload^ W%at actions co ld (e taken (! t%e 7S$@>.R@S;S-@778@S7S+;W, etc. to red ce t%e load to t%e C.R at times of con&estion^

)dditionall!, #. Is t%ere an! s!ner&! wit% t%e 7T$ work item 2especiall! in re&ard to o*erload control4 and t%is s (Fect, or wit% t%e st d! a(o t node restoration in 8PS^

T%is s%o ld co*er all deplo!ed networks, incl din& .T8. St d! of t%e a(o*e aspects was started in Rel+11, ( t not completed d e to work prioritiAation. In addition to t%e ori&inal Rel+11 aspects identified a(o*e 2and related interfaces4, t%e ta(le (elow lists some more core network interfaces identified for f rt%er anal!sis of e<istin& mec%anisms and &aps in o*erload (e%a*io r 2-ote t%at t%is is an initial anal!sis and t%e interfaces identified are an e<ample to ill strate t%e iss e4I

3GPP

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1#terfa%e S1-A4 1#terfa%e T0pe NAS

Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)


Gaps need f%rt#er in$esti "tion

S1-<<B SA"! +! d! Ix! Rx S11! S;! S4! SC

S1-<<B @i"*eter I-4-c! 4<,4 'for S;! SC)

*Disti#2 overloa" "ete%tio# a#" %o#trol e%4a#is 4riorities =B re/%est reRection! networ3 inti"ted session deletion! +"c3 off ti*er! BA.! <<B to eN.: o$erlo"d indic"tion "nd wei #t %pd"te @i"*eter +"se protocol "ser$er too +%sy" c"%se code SC-4 pro$ides tr"nsport l"yer con estion control point to point. I-4-c t%nnel control! ti*e o%t "nd retry! etc.

need f%rt#er in$esti "tion no end to end @i"*eter *ec#"nis* for lo"d le$el indic"tion "nd o$erlo"d controls no *ec#"nis* for lo"d le$el indic"tion "nd o$erlo"d controls

T%is st d! will co*er aspects started in Rel+11 and t%e additional aspects identified (elow. $!%ective to identif! and doc ment scenarios t%at ma! res lt in o*erload for core network entities and t%at are not !et co*ered (! ot%er work items, like t%e e*ent o tlined a(o*e, denial of ser*ice attacks, mis(e%a*in&@non+compliant mo(iles,... to anal!se t%e criticalit! of t%e scenarios and determine w%et%er it is re' ired to take actions for t%e identified scenarios st d! wa!s to miti&ate and %andle si&nallin& o*erload scenarios t%at are identified to (e critical.

)lread! specified o*erload control means as well as tools a*aila(le a&ainst t%e o*erload scenarios s%o ld (e e<amined and preferred, if t%e! are ade' ate or impro*ed if possi(le. T%is entails $T# st dies s c% as NSt d! on 8P$ -odes RestorationO. ;eneral o*erload %andlin& sol tions t%at work re&ardless of t%e ca se ma! (e preferred. )ll c rrentl! deplo!ed networks s%o ld (e co*ered in t%e st d!, incl din& .T8. . T%e st d! will foc s initiall! on pro*idin& a sol tion t%at does not re' ire 58 modifications. T%e st d! will contin e to anal!Ae and identif! scenarios and so rces for si&nallin& plane o*erload, impacted core network nodes and interfaces identified in R11 o*erload pre*ention mec%anisms. T%e st d! for sol tions and e*al ations will (e or&aniAed into t%e followin& p%asesI (hase &: complete st d! of o*erload control related to 7)P @1iameter si&nallin&, ot%er 3;PP core network si&nallin& optimiAation. Sol tions and e*al ation of network si&nallin& o*erload for SS7 and 7)P. Sol tions and e*al ation of network si&nallin& o*erload control for 1iameter (ase protocol to a*oid fail re d e to con&estion. T%is incl des 1iameter si&nallin& from t%e core network to CSS, P$RF and from si&nallin& to 3;PP ))). 8*al ation of o*erload aspects of core network sol tions to optimiAe periodic .)5@T)5@R)5 si&nallin&, -)S reFect and retransmission. )*oidin& core network o*erload d e to R)- node fail re. Impact of node deplo!ment for 2;, 3; and #; 2e.&. S;S-, 778 as com(ined node4.

(hase ': o*erload pre*ention for 3;PP core network interfacesI ,*erload pre*ention mec%anisms for interfaces (etween 3;PP core network nodes incl din& t%e interfaces identified in attac%ed ta(le in section 3. T%e detailed anal!sis of protocol le*el aspects of t%e interfaces identified will (e ndertaken in competent &ro ps 2e.&. $T#, $T1 etc4. Service Aspects: Security Aspects: -o ser*ices s%o ld (e impacted. )n! potential sec rit! aspects are to (e determined.

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

1;.(
Resources:
,1< ;000(1

St%dy on Syste* Bn#"nce*ents for Bner y Bfficiency 'FS9SBBB) =,@9;000(1


S2
*#4a#%e e#ts for *#er20 *ffi%ie#%0 G0perli#' S4-100CCC +otes S4E;A co*pleted TR 2(.CAA +a e Stu"0 o# S0ste

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, $%ina 7o(ile, 1e tsc%e Telecom, -TT 1o$o7o, Telecom Italia , TeliaSonera , Cisilicon, -8$, BP-, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,#iFue 1<
4(0044 'FS95A<BS<) 4A001A 'FS9Bner y9=<-S) 41001; 'FS9Bner y96-B) 4100(1 5A<-BS 4C001; 'FS9=BCN9BS)

Title
St%dy on -eleco**%nic"tion <"n" e*ent0 Bner y S"$in s <"n" e*ent 'BS<) St%dy on Sol%tions for ener y s"$in wit#in =-RA Node . St%dy on Networ3 Bner y S"$in for B-=-RAN 5A< "spects of Bner y S"$in in R"dio Networ3s St%dy on i*p"cts on =B-Core Networ3 si n"llin fro* Bner y S"$in

+ature of relatio#s4ip
St%died ener y s"$in re/%ire*ents "nd sol%tions for se$er"l %se c"ses 'Co*pleted 0(J2010). ,dentifies potenti"l sol%tions to en"+le ener y s"$in wit#in =<-S Node-.s! "nd does " li #t initi"l e$"l%"tion of t#e proposed sol%tions. St%dies ,nter-RA- "nd inter-eN. ener y s"$in *ec#"nis*s fro* RAN perspecti$e 'in "ddition to w#"t w"s "lre"dy specified in Rel-8). @efines Bner y S"$in s <"n" e*ent 5A< re/%ire*ents "nd sol%tions St%dies potenti"l i*p"ct on =B-Core Networ3 proced%res fro* RAN ener y s"$in *e"ns! li3e fre/%ent switc# onJoff of cells. And loo3s for w"ys to *iti "te i*p"cts.

"usti#ication 1 rin& Rel+" to Rel+16 t%e .T8@S)8 s!stem %as (een specified and t%e f nctionalit! of its feat res %as mat red. T%ere is certain interest to consider en%ancements for t%e S!stem arc%itect re related to ener&! efficienc!. T%e interest in s c% en%ancements ma! increase wit% t%e deplo!ment and wit% t%e capacit! e<tension of t%e 8PS. 8ner&! sa*in& ma! also (e interestin& (eca se of increasin& ener&! costs and fostered (! more &lo(al efforts on decreasin& t%e $,2 footprint. T%e mo(ile ind str! is also re' ired to contri( te to reac% international or national tar&ets. For some 3;PP areas, in R)-, $T and S)9, acti*ities %a*e alread! started. R)- st d! sol tions for intra and inter R)T ener&! sa*in& from R)- perspecti*e. )nd $T1 st d! w%et%er and %ow R)- sol tions wo ld impact terminals. S)9 works on a Rel+16 work Item to address t%e 8ner&! Sa*in& 7ana&ement arc%itect res and mana&ement sol tions. ) st d! a(o t ener&! sa*in& s%o ld also (e done from PS and $S core network and from I7S perspecti*e complementin& t%e alread! on&oin& work of t%e ot%er 3;PP &ro ps. T%e st d! s%o ld consider from arc%itect ral point of *iew deplo!ment aspects and potential s!stem en%ancements t%at relate to ener&! efficienc!. Specificall! f nctionalit! s pportin& pools of $- nodes or f nctions ena(lin& m ltiple $- nodes 2e.&. S+;Ws4 to ser*e t%e same or o*erlappin& areas ma! (e considered, e.&. to offload nodes ena(lin& switc%in& off nodes. $!%ectiveI to in*esti&ate deplo!ment aspects t%at relate to ener&! efficienc!, incl din& potential s!stem en%ancements t%at s pport ener&! efficient deplo!ments. S!stem en%ancements ma! (e anticipated in t%e area of f nctions t%at %a*e maFor infl ence on deplo!ment like f nctions t%at s pport pools of $- nodes or f nctions t%at ena(le m ltiple $- nodes to ser*e t%e same or o*erlappin& areas. T%e initial foc s is on PS domain. T%is st d! s%o ld a*oid an! o*erlap wit% t%e work (! R)-@$T@S)9 (! takin& into acco nt t%e work t%at %as (een and is &oin& on in t%ese W;s. Proposals %a*e to (e well F stified to (e considered in t%e st d!. Services AspectsI s%o ld not (e impacted (! res lts of t%is work Charging AspectsI to (e considered w%en affected (! impro*ement proposals. Security Aspects: to (e considered w%en affected (! impro*ement proposals.

3GPP

1)@

Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

1;.4
Resources:
,1< ;100A 1

St%dy on S2" <o+ility +"sed 5n I-4 "nd 26AN "ccess to B4C 'FS9S"<5I) =,@9;100A1
S2
G0perli#' S412042A +otes S4EA1 co*pleted. Co$ers eneric non-(I44 "ccess 'e. . 26AN! 2,<A>! C@<AJ&R4@). Spin-off Fe"t%re S"<5I926AN. 6in3ed to Rel-C S%pport for non-(I44 "ccesses! Rel-10 S<5I! Rel-11 ..A, TR 2(.C;2 +a e Stu"0 o# S2a -o3ilit0 3ase" O# GTP a#" &C!+ a%%ess to *P(

Supporting Individual Me !ers: HT8, $%ina 7o(ile, $%ina Telecom, )lcatel+. cent, 8ricsson, =T, Telefonica, =lack=err!
,1< (;0021 4C00(1 4A0002 A Title SAB for s%pport for non(I44 "ccesses 'SABS-SAF49n(I44) S<5I: S2+ <o+ility +"sed on I-4 ..A, : S%pport for ..F Accesses ,nterwor3in Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L +ature of relatio#s4ip 2, %nder w#ic# non (I44 "ccesses 'incl%din 26AN) s%pport in B4S w"s defined! "nd S2" is one of t#e interf"ces defined for t#is p%rpose. -#is Fe"t%re relies on t#e res%lts of t#e KS<5IL 2or3 ,te* t#"t specified t#e S2+ +"sed on I-4 "nd *o+ility +etween S;JSC +"sed on I-4 "nd S2+ +"sed on I-4. Si*il"r i*p"cts to t#e (I44 AAA Ser$er "nd 4@N I2 *"y exist for I-4 +"sed S2" "nd S2+. @efine t#e interwor3in +etween " (I44 syste* "nd " Fixed .ro"d+"nd Access networ3 defined +y .ro"d+"nd For%* to pro$ide t#e ,4 connecti$ity to " (I44 =B %sin " 26AN connected to " Fixed .ro"d+"nd Access networ3

"usti#ication )s 8PS is startin& to deplo!, it wo ld (e (eneficial to also allow a ;TP option to ena(le S2a network+(ased mo(ilit! as t%is co ld simplif! t%e arc%itect re and operations of 3;PP 8PS network s pportin& 3;PP and -on+3;PP accesses (! sin& a sin&le mo(ilit! protocol. 8PS deplo!ments wit% ;TP (ased S2a ma! also (rin& t%e (enefit of not re' irin& ;<a, e.&. to pass access network related location information to t%e P$RF. It wo ld (e sef l for t%e operators to %a*e a sol tion for pro*idin& access to t%e 8P$ t%ro &% a W.)- wit% minim m terminal impacts. 5sin& S2a is one candidate sol tion. -o sa&e of W.)- access to 8P$ o*er S2a is c rrentl! doc mented in 3;PPs w%ereas decidin& w%et%er a non 3;PP access network is to (e considered as tr sted s%o ld not (e mandated (! t%e tec%nolo&! of t%is non 3;PP access. It is reco&niAed t%at some W.)- access accompanied wit% sec rit! mec%anism 2e.&., WP)2@)8S4 can (e considered as tr sted non+3;PP access. $!%ectiveI to st d!I 1. T%e addition of an S2a (ased on ;TP option. In partic lar t%is SI1 will de*elop t%e necessar! sta&e 2 messa&e flows to s pport S2a (ased on ;TP and mo(ilit! (etween ;TP+S9@S" and ;TP+S2a. 2. )llowin& W.)- access to 8P$ t%ro &% ;TP and P7IP S2a. Terminal impact and c%an&es to non 3;PP protocols will (e sed to e*al ate t%e *ario s sol tions. Sol tions re' irin& modifications to non 3;PP link+la!ers will not (e considered. T%e impact on t%e s pport of *ario s scenarios 2e.&. sim ltaneo s access to local network reso rces@ser*ices and access to 8P$ ser*ices in cases of residential W.)-, p (lic %otspots and enterprise W.)- *ers s access to eit%er oneU 58 and ser in*ol*ement in o(tainin& access to s c% ser*ices4 will (e sed to e*al ate t%e *ario s sol tions. It is e<pected t%at t%e res lt of t%is St d! Item ma! (e re+ sed (! 3;PP+==F interworkin& acti*ities. In Rel+11, t%is st d!, de*eloped (! t%e Sa7,;3W.)- WI1, res lted in $Rs to Rel+11s. In t%is p%ase, s pport of ;TP E P7IP*6 on S2a for W.)- access was de*eloped wit%o t an! 58 impact ( t as a conse' ence wit% certain limitations on s pported f nctions. T%ese limitations for Rel+11 are doc mented in TS 23.#62 in cla se16.1.2I =&n this release of the, handover-indicator from the 86, *)4 indication from the 86 and )15 via W>*4 are not specified# *s a consequence, for 6)1 access through S%a over $rusted W>*4 the following features are not supported in this release of the7 3andover between $W*4 and .:)) access with &) address preservationA 1onnectivity to a nondefault *)4 (as not signalled by the 86+A 86 initiated connectivity to additional )24# * single SS&2 offering for a given 86 simultaneous access to 6)1 through S%a and non-seamless offload is not supported#

3GPP

1)A

Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

&n this release of the, emergency attach is not supported#= In Rel+12, t%is st d! is aimin& at st d!in& en%ancements to t%e Rel+11 sol tion to a*oid t%ese limitations 2e<cept emer&enc! attac%4, and decidin& w%ic% feat re E related sol tion s%o ld (e de*eloped into normati*es. In t%is p%ase it is e<pected t%at t%ere will (e some impacts to t%e 58, alt%o &% an! s c% impact s%o ld (e minimised. Service Aspects: (e!ond t%ose alread! pro*ided w%en P7IP*6+(ased S2a is sed, are not foreseen to (e impacted Charging Aspects: an! necessar! en%ancements to (e considered (! S)9 Security Aspects: an! necessar! sec rit! anal!sis to (e ndertaken (! S)3

3GPP

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Overview of 3GPP Release 12 V0.1.2 (2014-03)

1;.;
Resources:
,1< ;A00( 1

St%dy on 5pti*ized 5fflo"din to 26AN in (I44-RA*o+ility 'FS925R<) =,@9;A00(1


S2
G0perli#' S41202A1 +otes S4EA1 co*pleted. 6in3ed to =,@9(;0021 SAB for s%pport for non(I44 "ccesses 'SABS-SA-F49n(I44)! =,@941004( <A4,<! =,@94;0041 ,F5<! =,@9;(004A S"<5I TR 2(.C80 +a e Stu"0 o# Opti i=e" Offloa"i#2 to &C!+ i# 3GPP-R!T -o3ilit0

Supporting Individual Me !ers: =lack=err!, Telecom Italia, )TT, $%ina 7o(ile, .; 8lectronics, Panasonic, HT8, R niper -etworks, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, ? alcomm, -okia, 7otorola 7o(ilit!
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,1< Title (;002 SAB for s%pport for non-(I44 "ccesses 'SABS-SA-F49n(I44) 1 41004 <A4,< ( 4;004 ,F5< 1 ;(004 S"<5I A +ature of relatio#s4ip non-(I44 "ccesses 'incl%din 26AN) s%pport in B4S FS925R< "i*s "t re-%sin t#e res%lts of <A4,< FS925R< "i*s "t re-%sin t#e res%lts of ,F5< FS925R< "i*s "t re-%sin t#e res%lts of SA<5I

"usti#ication 8PS %as defined t%e s pport of connecti*it! o*er W.)- as part of t%e -on+3;PP access s pport. 8PSs %a*e defined proced res for o(tainin& connecti*it! o*er tr sted and ntr sted W.)-, and for %ando*er of IP traffic to and from 3;PP access tec%nolo&ies and W.)-. Wit% t%e spreadin& se of W.)- and t%e increasin& role W.)- is pla!in& in 3;PP operator network deplo!ments, impro*in& t%e se of W.)- in 8PS wo ld (e (eneficial to operators and to ser e<perience. In 8PS, )-1SF %as defined mec%anisms t%at ena(le de*ices to determine w%ic% access tec%nolo&! is prefera(le for certain IP traffic nder specific conditions 2e.&. t%ro &% t%e se of ISRP4.In certain scenarios, W.)- access ma! (e considered prefera(le to certain 3;PP access tec%nolo&ies 2e.&. for certain traffic, W.)- ma! (e prefera(le to 5TR)( t not to 8+5TR)-4. Cowe*er, at present )-1SF does not pro*ide for mec%anisms to indicate preferences wit% &ran larit! at t%e 3;PP R)T le*el wit%in network policies. T%is restricts t%e a(ilit! for t%e operator to pro*ide policies t%at fa*o r a specific 3;PP R)T o*er anot%er one wit% reference to t%e W.)- preference. )t present, it is not clear w%et%er mec%anism c rrentl! specified for mo(ilit! of IP traffic (etween a 3;PP R)T and W.)- allow to miti&ate t%e potential loss, de&radation or s spension of (earers and t%erefore t%e res ltin& impact on t%e ser e<perience d rin& mo(ilit! (etween 3;PP R)Ts. 8<amples incl de mo(ilit! (etween R)Ts 2e.&. 8+5TR)- to 5TR)- or ;8R)-4 t%at ma! lead 8PS (earers, correspondin& to IP traffic t%at co ld ot%erwise (e transported o*er W.)-, (ein& dropped or t%e ?oS red ced. 8<amples also incl de scenarios w%ere t%e 58 ma! tri&&er, (ased on policies in t%e 58 and t%e 58 detectin& t%e c%an&e of R)T, an %ando*er of specific IP traffic to W.)- ri&%t after t%e 3;PP mo(ilit!. $!%ectiveI to consider t%e followin& mo(ilit! scenarios in relations%ip to minimiAin& ser and ser*ice impact and (etter le*era&in& t%e sim ltaneo s connecti*it! to a 3;PP access and to W.)- access. T%e o tcome of t%e work item will not impact c rrent 3;PP R)T and non+3;PP access mo(ilit! mec%anisms. 1. Identif!in& e<tensions to )-1SF ISRP and possi(l! IS7P policies in order to ena(le polic! differentiation of 3;PP R)Ts 2e.&. 8+5TR)- *ers s 5TR)-, ;8R)- *s. 5TR)-4 wit% respect to W.)-. T%e st d! will foc s onl! on )-1SF e<tensions to ena(le a 58 to distin& is% preferences for specific 3;PP R)Ts. T%e st d! will foc s on )-1SF e<tensions t%at s%all not impact e<istin& mec%anisms for 3;PP R)T selection. )nal!Ain& t%e scenarios listed in section 3 a(o*e, and st d!in& %ow mo(ilit! to W.)- of specific IP traffic + t%at ma! (e impact (! PS mo(ilit! (etween 3;PP R)Ts + co ld (e performed in s c% a wa! to a*oid t%e impacts descri(ed in t%e F stification. T%is incl des anal!Ain& t%e potential iss es in*ol*ed in t%e scenarios descri(ed a(o*e 2e.&. dropped IP traffic, race conditions, etc.4, identif!in& w%et%er c rrent sol tions doc mented in 8P$s are s fficient, identif!in& potential inefficiencies, and identif! potential areas of impro*ement of c rrent sol tions or additional sol tions to address t%e specific iss es. T%e st d! will identif! w%en and %ow )-1SF policies can (e e*al ated wit% respect to w%en mo(ilit! e*ents in a 3;PP R)T take place.

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7ec%anisms t%at re' ire arc%itect ral c%an&es to R)- are o tside t%e scope. 7ec%anisms t%at re' ire t%e R)- to (e aware of W.)- co*era&e are o tside t%e scope.

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T%e work item will not (e restricted to a specific 8PS sol tion for W.)- connecti*it! or mo(ilit!, i.e. it considers WiFi connecti*it! wit% S2a, S2(, S2c, non+seamless W.)- offloadin& and I+W.)- mo(ilit!. -o Service Aspects are foreseen to (e impacted. )n! necessar! Security Analysis will (e ndertaken (! S)3.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: )llot $omm nications, $%ina Telecom, 1e tsc%e Telekom, B11I, ,ran&e, Sprint, Telefonica, Telenor, 5S $ell lar, >odafone, )mdocs, =roadcom, $om*erse, ;8-=)-1, Cewlett+Packard, Citac%i, R niper -etworks, 7o*ik -etworks, ,penet, ,penwa*e, Radis!s, Sand*ine, Tekelec
Relate" Stu"0 1te or :eature (if a#0) I ,1< Title ;000( Ser$ice Aw"reness "nd 4ri$"cy 2 4olicies 'SA44) +ature of relatio#s4ip ,ntrod%ces -r"ffic @etection F%nction "nd "pplic"tion detection "nd control 'A@C) *ec#"nis*s +ot# for -@F "nd for 4CBF en#"nced wit# A@C.

Ot4er sour%e of sta2e 1 i#for atio# TS or (lause Re ar's (R(s) 22.115 4 Re/%ires to s%pport t#e "+ility of sep"r"te c#"r in per different types of ser$ices

"usti#ication T%e P$$ arc%itect re in 3;PP allows for t%e P$RF to pro*ide Polic! and $%ar&in& $ontrol r les to t%e P$8F t%at a t%oriAes ?oS and pro*idess for ser*ice data flow (ased c%ar&in&. $%ar&in& parameters are transferred wit%in P$$ R les for t%e ser*ices w%ic% need to (e c%ar&ed. T%ose parameters incl de, amon& ot%ers, t%e Ser*ice Identifier t%at t%e ser*ice data flows in a P$$ R le relate to, t%e $%ar&in& ke! to determine t%e tariff to appl! for t%e ser*ice data flows, t%e $%ar&in& met%od to (e applied 2online, offline, neit%er4 and t%e 7eas rement met%od w%ic% indicates w%et%er ser*ice data flowsP data *ol me, d ration, com(ined *ol me@d ration or e*ent s%all (e meas red. =ased on t%ese parameters, P$8F esta(lis%es sessions wit% t%e ,$S and@or t%e ,F$S and pro*ides ser*ice data flow (ased c%ar&in&. It is possi(le, startin& from Rel+11 S)PP WI1, for t%e P$$ arc%itect re to pro*ide application awareness e*en w%en t%ere is no e<plicit ser*ice le*el si&nallin&. T%e application detection and control can (e implemented eit%er (! t%e T1F 2Traffic 1etection F nction4 entit! or (! t%e P$8F en%anced wit% )pplication 1etection and $ontrol 2)1$4. T%e mec%anisms of detection and, in case of solicited application reportin& also t%e mec%anisms of control 2i.e. &atin&, (andwidt% limitation, redirection and sa&e monitorin& per detected application4 are applica(le also for ser*ices@applications wit% non+ded ci(le ser*ice data flows. Similar to P$$ R les, )1$ R les are defined per eac% application w%ic% is re' ired to (e detected and controlled. P$RF is in c%ar&e and capa(le of correlatin& P$$ and )1$ R les, (ot% for t%e case of T1F and for t%e case in w%ic% t%e P$8F is en%anced wit% application detection and control. In t%e c rrent P$$s, w%en t%e T1F implements application detection and enforcement and t%e P$8F implements c%ar&in& for IP+$)- sessionPs traffic, packets co nted in t%e P$8F ma! not (e deli*ered d e to enforcement actions in t%e T1F 2i.e., &atin&, (andwidt% limitation, and redirection4. $!%ectiveI to st d! P$8F and@or T1F (ased c%ar&in& sol tions wit%in t%e followin& re' irementsI

$%ar&in& for ser*ices and applications w%en T1F performs application detection and control for IP+$)- sessionPs traffic.

=ased on t%e tec%nical anal!sis, an! needed en%ancements@ pdates to 3;PP f nctions and interfaces will (e identified. T%e a&reed sol tions will (e e*al ated for s (se' ent normati*e.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, $%ina 7o(ile, HT8, $%ina Telecom, Interdi&ital, 7ediaTek, C awei, $)TT, $%ina 5nicom, -TT 1o$o7o, -8$, -T$, B11I, Citac%i, ,ran&e, Panasonic, Telecom Italia, TeliaSonera, S%arp, )lcatel+. cent, )TET, Intel Spin+off Feat res 7)P$,-, IF,7. SPD9" completed FS37)PI7 part of 23."61 2contin ed nder FS3-=IF,74 "usti#ication Rel+" 8PS introd ced a m lti access 3;PP s!stem w%ere different %etero&eneo s access s!stems 2e.&. 3;PP, 3;PP2, WiFi, WI7):, Fi<ed (road(and access, etc4 are connected to a common 8P$. In t%e 8PS t%e s (scri(er can connect to t%e same P1- *ia an! of t%e a*aila(le access s!stems, %owe*er it is not possi(le to connect to t%e same P1sim ltaneo sl! *ia different accesses. T%e same limitations appl! to Rel+" I+W.)- mo(ilit!. 1 al radio de*ices 2e.&. 3;PP@.T8 +WiFi4 are (ecomin& commonl! a*aila(le and t%e set of applications r nnin& in t%e mo(ile de*ices is di*ersif!in&. W%ile some applications are *er! well s ited to r n o*er 3;PP access s!stems some ot%er applications ma! (e also well s ited to r n o*er some ot%er + complementar! + access s!stems 2e.&. ftp transfer *ia WiFi in parallel to >oIP o*er .T84. )lso, in some en*ironments 2e.&. %ome, office, camp s4 it wo ld (e (eneficial to (e a(le to deri*e added *al e from t%e (asic capa(ilit! of d al+radio de*ices, i.e. t%eir a(ilit! to (e connected to 2 different access s!stems sim ltaneo sl!. In Rel+" 8PS t%ere are no means in 3;PP to d!namicall! direct indi*id al IP flows &enerated (! different applications and (elon&in& to t%e same P1- connection to specific access s!stem. T%is capa(ilit! can (e ac%ie*ed (! introd cin& IP flow mo(ilit! to t%e 8P$ E IW.)- mo(ilit!. IP flow mo(ilit! allows d!namic allocation of different IP flows to different access s!stems so t%at t%e ser e<perience can (e en%anced w%ile t%e connecti*it! cost for t%e operator can (e optimiAed. )dditionall!, t%ere are onl! partial means in Rel+" 8P$ to s pport connecti*it! to m ltiple P1-s o*er different access s!stems. In fact, a 58 can connect to one P1- o*er a 3;PP access s!stem and a second P1- o*er a different access s!stem, %owe*er %ando*ers (etween t%e access s!stems in s c% scenario are not descri(ed in Rel+". $!%ective: It is ass to st d! t%e means to en%ance t%e 8P$ and I+W.)- 7o(ilit! s!stems to s pportI

accessin& a P1- sim ltaneo sl! *ia a 3;PP and a non 3;PP access s!stem operator policies for & idin& and confi& rin& t%e 58 IP flow ro tin& *ia different access s!stems d!namic mo*ement of P1- IP flows (etween access s!stems 3;PP+-on3;PP %ando*ers w%en 58 is connected to different P1-s *ia different accesses 28P$ onl!4 med t%atI t%e 58 is a d al radio 3;PP + -on+3;PP 58 t%e 58 P1- IP addresses do not c%an&e d e to t%e mo(ilit! e*ents proced res appl! independentl! of w%et%er I7S or -on+I7S applications are sed t%ere is minimal impacts to t%e 3;PP access s!stem

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T%e association of one or m ltiple IP flows to an access s!stem T%e mo*ement of one or m ltiple IP flows (etween different access s!stems T%e necessar! P$$ si&nallin& and interactions to pro*ide ?oS and P$$ r les associated wit% IP flows 2not applica(le to I+W.)- mo(ilit!4 T%e a t%oriAation (! t%e operator for t%e 58 to perform IP flow mo(ilit!

7 lti P1-s caseI 3;PP + -on 3;PP %ando*ers w%en t%e 58 is connected to different P1-s *ia different access s!stems

T%e followin& ( ildin& (locks will (e incl dedI = ildin& =lock II Seamless offload and flow mo(ilit! for 1S7IP*6 (ased S2cU = ildin& =lock III Seamless offload and flow mo(ilit! for P7IP and@or ;TP (ased S2a and S2(. = ildin& =lock II incl des t%e st d! of t%e followin& proced res in sin&le P1- caseI o o t%e association of one or m ltiple IP flows to an access s!stem t%e mo*ement of one or m ltiple IP flows (etween different access s!stems

-,T8+1I S pport of IP flow mo(ilit! for 1S7IP*6 S2c in ==1 %as (een completed and is defined in TS 23.261 -,T8+2I T%e st d! of t%e ;TP+(ased S2a s pport for tr sted non+3;PP access wit% seamless offload and flow mo(ilit! is deferred ntil t%e Sa7,; st d! is completed -,T8+3I T%e s!stem capa(ilities w%ic% are de*eloped from t%e = ildin& =lock II will (e f nctionall! e' i*alent wit% t%e = ildin& =lock I. Service Aspects: In t%e case of IP flows related to I7S ser*ices, interaction wit% I7S mo(ilit! mec%anisms and correspondin& policies need to (e taken into acco nt and coe<istence need to (e ens red. Charging Aspects: Candled (! t%e pdates to t%e P$$ si&nallin& Security Aspects: )dditional sec rit! impact t%at mi&%t (e identified will (e in*esti&ated.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, =T, 8ricsson, C awei, -okia, -S-, ,ran&e, Ro&ers Wireless, ST+8ricsson, HT8. $ontin ation of Rel+0 Feat re 5I13#36636 I7S 7edia Plane Sec rit! 2781I)S8$4 St d! sol tions and e<tensions to feat res and f nctionalit! descri(ed in TR 33."2" and TS 33.32". "usti#ication T%e Rel+0 781I)S8$ WI res lted in t%e of sol tions for media protection o*er t%e access network 2e2m4 and peer+to+ peer 2e2e4. For t%e peer+to+peer 2e2e4 media plane sec rit!, two sol tions were standardiAed 1. 2. a media sec rit! sol tion to satisf! maFor ser cate&ories a media sec rit! sol tion pro*idin& %i&% ' alit! end+to+end media sec rit! for important ser &ro ps like enterprises, -ational Sec rit! and P (lic Safet! 2-SPS4 or&aniAations and different &o*ernment a t%orities.

3owever, the solutions do not cope with a number of requirements and relevant use cases# Solutions for use cases li'e conference (group+ calls, protection of non-@$) media, deferred delivery, video<media on demand, *S-terminated media security and transcoder functionality described in $@ ..#B%B and some widely used use cases li'e recording of protected media, communication diversion, and single radio voice call continuity (S@C11+ have not been addressed# &t is therefore desirable to continue to study and develop solutions for these use cases and to evaluate which normative standardiDation wor' that is needed# $!%ective: I7S media sec rit! ma! ser*e different p rposes and (e deplo!ed in different en*ironments. Its a(ilit! to pro*ide protected standard I7S (ased ser*ices are of %i&% rele*ance for man! ser &ro ps. T%e o(Fecti*e of t%is st d! is to detail t%e rele*ant se cases@ser*ices and correspondin& sol tions. T%e re' irements left o t from t%e Rel+0 st d! TR 33."2" will (e sed as a (asis. 8<ample of se cases@ser*icesI conference calls, protection of non+RTP media, earl! media, comm nication di*ersion, deferred deli*er!, protected media recordin&, *ideo on demand, )S+terminated media sec rit!, transcoder f nctionalit! and SR>$$. Service Aspects: T%e res lts of t%e proposed work item will allow operators to pro*ide protection for I7S media and I7S standard ser*ices, w%ic% is alread! now pro*ided (! >oice+o*er+IP offerin&s competin& wit% I7S. F rt%ermore, t%e res lts will allow offerin& %i&% ' alit! end+to+end media sec rit! as a *al e added ser*ice to important ser &ro ps. MMI)Aspects: I7S media protection s%o ld work wit%o t ser in*ol*ement. Cowe*er, dependin& on t%e re' irements of certain ser &ro ps, sers ma! want to %a*e t%e possi(ilit! to confi& re t%eir sec rit! settin&s.

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Charging Aspects: added ser*ice.

It s%all (e possi(le to c%ar&e a c stomer for %i&% ' alit! end+to+end media sec rit! as a *al e

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, -okia $orporation , -S-, Ro&ers Wireless, T+7o(ile, TeliaSonera, )TET, )lcatel+. cent, Inter1i&ital, -8$
,1< FS2SS.2)nt FS2SS.2'!S B'-)d/ Relate" &or' 1te Title Study on )nte"ration of Sin"le Si"n-.n BSS.C frameworks with 3 !! networks Study on Sin"le Si"n .n BSS.C 'pplication Security for )/S based on S)! -i"est &#tended )dentity /ana"ement T4 33(9+4E F)dentity mana"ement and 3 !! security interworkin"G )dentity mana"ement and eneric 'uthentication 'rchitecture B ''C interworkin"H T4 33(98,E I)nterworkin" of 5iberty 'lliance )dentity Federation Framework B)--FFC* )dentity Web Service Framework B)--WSFC and the eneric 'uthentication 'rchitecture B ''CI( (s) (if a#0L +ature of relatio#s4ip The use cases and service reDuirements identified in FS2SS.2)nt should be used as basis to support the S'3 study( FS2SS.2'!S analysis and solutions would be considered in this study as FS2SS.2'!S is e#pected to cover also aspects of interworkin" between SS. frameworks and applications usin" S)! -i"est based security( Solutions and aspects in T4 33(9+4 would be considered in this study as T4 33(9+4 provides an interworkin" mechanism with 3 !! network and a SS. framework* namely B'-.pen)- interworkin"( Solutions and aspects in T4 33(98, would be considered in this study as T4 33(98, provides an interworkin" mechanism with 3 !! network and a SS. framework* namely B'-5iberty?S'/5 interworkin"(

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"usti#ication T%is st d! is (ased on S)1 TR 22."09 St d! on Inte&ration of Sin&le Si&n+,n 2SS,4 frameworks wit% 3;PP networks. T%is St d! in*esti&ates t%e sec rit! aspects of S)1 st d! on interworkin& of t%e operator+centric identit! mana&ement wit% t%e ser+centric We( ser*ices pro*ided o tside of an operatorPs domain. Specificall!, it addresses inte&ration of SS, frameworks and t%e 3;PP a t%entication ser*ices, w%ic% is essential for operators to le*era&e t%eir assets and t%eir c stomersP tr st, w%ile introd cin& new identit! ser*ices. S c% inte&ration will allow operators to (ecome SS, identit! pro*iders (! re+ sin& t%e e<istin& a t%entication mec%anisms in w%ic% an end+ serPs de*ice effecti*el! a t%enticates t%e end ser. For t%e operator to (ecome t%e preferred SS, Identit! Pro*ider mi&%t re' ire inte&ration of t%e operator core wit% e<istin& application ser*ice @ content pro*iders to allow t%e sa&e of credentials on t%e 58, for SS, ser*ices. T%e 3;PP operator ma! le*era&e its tr st framework and its relia(le and ro( st sec re credential %andlin& infra+ str ct re to pro*ide SS, ser*ice (ased on operator+controlled credentials. S c% SS, inte&ration %as to work for *ario s operator a t%entication confi& rations. $!%ectiveI to in*esti&ate sec rit! aspects of se cases and ser*ice re' irements identified (! S)1 TR 22."09 for *ario s operator a t%entication confi& rationsI Ser*ice and deplo!ment scenarios for 3;PP operators adoptin& an inte&rated approac% to SS,, incl din& W8=, person to person and 7T$ ser*ice scenarios $ompre%ensi*e set of se cases of inte&ration of different Identit! and SS, frameworks 2e.&. ,penI14 for *ario s operator a t%entication confi& rations 2e.&. confi& rations sin& ;=) or not sin& ;=)4 5se cases and potential ser*ice re' irements for ,perators s%arin& controlled ser credentials wit% 3rd part! ser*ice pro*iders 5se cases and potential ser*ice re' irements associated wit% ens rin& t%at t%e intended ser is makin& se of t%e associated SS, capa(ilit! 2incl din& t%e case w%en t%e 58 %as (een stolen or lost4

In partic lar, t%is st d! e*al ates e<istin& interworkin& sol tions, cf. section 2.1, (etween SS, frameworks and 3;PP a t%entication mec%anisms a&ainst t%e findin&s of t%e S)1 st d! and de*elops new sol tions as appropriate. ser*ice aspects are st died in t%e related S)1 st d!. T%ere ma! (e 77I aspects wit% t%e o(Fecti*e a(o*e for Nens rin& t%at t%e intended ser is makin& se of t%e associated SS, capa(ilit! 2incl din& t%e case w%en t%e 58 %as (een stolen or lost4O. c%ar&in& aspects are st died in t%e related S)1 st d!

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: )cme Packet, $%ina 7o(ile, 8ricsson, C awei, R niper -etworks, >odafone, HT8, -S-, Intel .inked to Rel+12 Ser*ice and 7edia Reac%a(ilit! for 5sers o*er Restricti*e Firewalls 2S75RFs4 5I139366#3
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,1< Title ;(004( Rel-12 SA1-led Fe"t%re: Ser$ice "nd <edi" Re"c#"+ility for =sers o$er Restricti$e Firew"lls 'S<=RFs) +ature of relatio#s4ip

"usti#ication T%e I7S ser*ice re' irements 2TS 22.22"4 and t%e 8PS ser*ice re' irements 2TS 22.27"4 %a*e (een e<tended to co*er new re' irements for firewall tra*ersal and t%is st d! item is to st d! w%at t%e iss es to (e resol*ed are to meet t%ese re' irements and potential mec%anisms if e<istin& mec%anisms do not meet t%ese re' irements. T%e ind str! %as %istoricall! adopted proprietar! approac%es to tra*erse s c% firewalls. ,ne e<ample approac% is to t nnel application traffic o*er T.S@T$P on CTTPSP well+known port n m(er, em latin& CTTPS we( traffic. 3;PP %a*e some mec%anisms alread! to %andle -)T and FW tra*ersal for I7S and 8PS (ased on t nnellin& tec%ni' es. T%ere is %owe*er a need to re*iew t%e e<istin& mec%anisms to assess w%et%er t%ese are s ita(le or if ot%er mec%anism are needed. $!%ectiveI To re*iew and st d! t%e re' irements and scenarios for tra*ersal of I7S and non+I7S ser*ices o*er I7S+ and 8PS+ naware firewalls. To st d! mec%anisms 2(ased on (ot% sec re and non+sec re t nnels4, w%ic% can (e sed for tra*ersal of I7S and non+I7S ser*ices o*er I7S+ and 8PS+ naware firewalls.

Service AspectsI to address ser*ice re' irements introd ced in S)1 for tra*ersal of I7S and non+I7S ser*ices o*er I7S+ and 8PS+ naware firewalls. Security Aspects: Sec rit! implications of tra*ersin& firewalls need to (e (alanced a&ainst t%e need for ser*ice access in a wide ran&e of access network en*ironments. Iss es wit% meetin& re' irements for lawf l interception need to (e considered.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 7o(ile, 1e tsc%e Telekom, TeliaSonera, $)TR, $%ina 5nicom, C awei, $)TT, -8$, Ro&ers Wireless, ,ran&e, =T, )cme Packet .inked to Rel+11 SP5$I TR 33."3".
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"usti#ication T%ere are a *ariet! of met%ods and tec%nolo&ies t%at can (e sed to make spoofed calls. T%e most common wa!s can (e t%ro &% leased *oice line@PRI or sin& >oIP tec%nolo&!. Spoofed call is nfort natel! an e<istin& met%od in telecom fra d. It tricks t%e called part! into t%inkin& t%e call was comin& from a different, sometimes a t%oritati*e or&aniAation t%an t%e callerPs. In some re&ions, commonl! spoofed I1s are t%ose from a t%oritati*e or&aniAations, emer&enc! I1s, (ank I1s and police I1s. In ot%er re&ions, t%reats t!picall! incl de e.&. *oicemail spoofin& 2pri*ac! t%reats4 and premi m ser*ices spoofin& 2commercial t%reats4. Spoofed calls ma! indeed (e terminated in a 3;PP mo(ile network G an increasin& pro(a(ilit! and t%reat. T%ere are se*eral impacts (! t%e spoofin& calls. For e<ample, t%e e<istence of spoofed calls lowers t%e tr st le*el of telecom ser*ices, in t%at people ma! tr st all networks less and less. It en%ances t%e fra d effect &reatl! (! trickin& people, it ca ses &reat loss to t%e sers, and t%reatens to create (ad rep tation to also mo(ile networks and its ser*ices. o o Spoofin& call is possi(le in local, lon& distance and international calls wit% low cost, alt%o &% t%e cost and effort to implement it *aries wit% network, and wit% co ntr! It is %ard to detect spoofin& calls in c rrent mo(ile networkU It is almost impossi(le to detect spoofin& calls from &atewa!s, especiall! t%e spoofed call I1 is s (scri(ers of different networks

In order to detect t%e spoofin& call and find meas res to deal wit% t%is %ea*! pro(lem of spoofed call, t%e (est common met%ods and possi(le practices for t%is kind of pro(lem need to (e descri(ed. $!%ectiveI to come p wit% recommendations on means to identif! spoofed calls in $S domain w%ere t%e call co ld %a*e ori&inated from o tside t%e $S domain. T%is st d! item %as t%e followin& o(Fecti*esI , tline *alid t%reat scenarios for spoofin& calls comin& to 2; and 3; $S domains. )nal!Ae and e*al ate if an! tools in 3;PP can (e sed to co nteract t%is pro(lem. St d! and identif! possi(le re' ired tec%nolo&! mec%anism to detect t%e spoofed calls in t%e first step and also st d! pre*ention as second step if detection is ac%ie*a(le.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, )TET, =T, $%ina 7o(ile, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, Inter1i&ital, R niper -etworks, BP-, Ro&ers Wireless, TeliaSonera, >odafone, -8$, -TT 1,$,7,, C awei, -SSt d! met%odolo&ies for specif!in& prod ct sec rit! ass rance and %ardenin& re' irements on 3;PP network elements 2wit% associated test cases w%en feasi(le4. Spin+off Rel+13 Feat re S$)S 2Sec rit! )ss rance Specification for 3;PP network prod cts4 5I13626662. "usti#ication It %as (een well acknowled&ed t%at wit% t%e introd ction of all+IP, ( t also t%e &rowt% in t%e operator+landscape, t%e risk of attacks a&ainst mo(ile network infrastr ct re %as increased. T%e effort in 3;PP to co nteract t%is %as so far (een to introd ce -1S@IP for (ack%a l protectionU t%e sa&e of IPsec@T.S for transport protection, and node a t%entication sin& certificates. T%ere %as also (een some efforts for so+called platform sec rit! for C2e4-= and R-. W%ile t%e operatorPs core network can (e ass med to (e p%!sicall! inaccessi(le, it ma! not (e as closed as one wo ld like it to (e. It is * lnera(le d e to its closeness to t%e Internet, d e to t%e opport nities of all+IP, d e to common+t!pe operatin& s!stems 25ni<@.in < etc4, d e to t%e arc%itect ral press re for performance 2data speeds4, d e to % man errors in network and firewall operations, d e to t%e less tr st control in t%e operator landscape, d e to a &re! Aone in operator 2and *endor4 commitment to -1S@IP protection, etc. In addition, mo(ile networks %a*e (ecome part of societ!Ps critical infrastr ct re, and t%at reason alone calls for stron& sec rit!. )r& ments a&ainst t%is form of standardisation work ma! (e, 214 it %as not (een done (efore in 3;PP, 224 it is not a(o t interopera(ilit!, 234 it conflicts wit% t%e need for *endors to differentiate, 2#4 network element sec rit! ass rance and %ardenin& is p to operatorsP own policies and re' irements, etc. )&ainst ar& ment 224 we remind t%at interopera(ilit! need not (e a prere' isite for standardisation or recommendations. )s an e<ample, so+called Platform Sec rit!, Tr sted 8n*ironments, etc, %as (een introd ced in S)3s. For ar& ment 234, t%is can (e nderstood partiall!. /et simple, (asic %ardenin& meas res are too m c% left o t, often wit% t%e moti*ation t%at operatorPs network is closed and sec re. )lso ar& ment 2#4 can (e nderstood at first %and, %owe*er it also implies some industry inefficiency. ,peratorPs re' irements can ne*er (e identical. )s a res lt, t%e 2few4 *endors ma! or ma! not cope to satisf! t%e 2man!4 operators different re' irements, to t%e (est of t%eir efforts. W%ile per%aps *er! few operators will e*er (ecome satisfied on t%eir %ardenin& re' irements f lfilment le*el. To address t%ese concerns, standardisation of sec rit! re' irements on network elements and associated ass rance re' irements@test cases ma! (e needed. ,ne c%allen&e in definin& s c% re' irements is to determine a met%odolo&! and common lan& a&e to e<press w%at sec rit! t%reats a network element %as (een desi&ned to miti&ate and pro*ide t%e means to &ain ass rance a(o t w%et%er network element sec rit! claims %a*e (een addressed. $!%ectiveI To st d! met%odolo&ies for specif!in& network element sec rit! ass rance and %ardenin& re' irements, wit% associated test cases w%en feasi(le, on 3;PP network elements. -etwork element sec rit! ass rance and %ardenin& refers to protection a&ainst nwanted access to t%e 3;PP network element, its ,peratin& S!stem, and main r nnin& )pplication2s4. T%e s ita(ilit! of ind str! standard met%odolo&ies and t%e potential need for colla(oration wit% (odies s c% as ;S7), $$R), IS, and IT5 will (e assessed. T%e st d! will also consider re& lator! aspects and t%e potential need for sec rit! certification. T%e s ita(ilit! of t%e candidate met%odolo&ies will (e assessed wit% reference to real world e<amples. Part of t%e scope of t%is work is to concl de on w%ic% 3;PP network elements, if not all, wo ld (e s (Fect to 3;PP network element sec rit! ass rance and %ardenin& re' irements. T%e work will also st d! e<actl! w%at s%o ld constit te a 3;PP network element in t%e conte<t of t%is st d! e.&. w%et%er it s%o ld (e an indi*id al 3;PP f nctional entit!, a &ro p of 3;PP f nctional entities or some ot%er realisation. T%e st d! will also incl de assessin& t%e e<tent to w%ic% indi*id al 3;PP network elements need to (e %ardened (e!ond a common (aseline and s%o ld take into consideration network elements en*ironment.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 5nicom, C awei , CiSilicon, $)TR, Inter1i&ital, TeliaSonera, Intel, )TET, HT8, $)TT, $%ina Telecom, Sams n&, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, BP-, T-,, -okia, -SRelated to S)1 TR 22.0#0 Rel+6 St d! on Pri*ac! $apa(ilit! 2Pri*$ap4 5I1331636 st died &eneraliAed pri*ac! capa(ilit! 2protection of personal data and non+disclos re of identit!4 "usti#ication Pri*ac! in 3;PP is a(o t t%e appropriate %andlin& of pri*ac! related information 2e.&. permanent or tracea(le identities, etc.4 (etween t%e ser and ser*ice pro*ider and (etween sers in accordance wit% t%e preferences of t%e ser and re& lator! policies. Pri*ac! iss es %a*e (een identified as impactin& man! network nodes and ser*ices in 3;PP networks, s c% as S,-@71T ser consent, 58 trackin& in 7T$, ser pri*ac! in C2e4-= sec rit!, I7S sec rit!, ProSe. >ario s specifications or tec%nical reports wit%in 3;PP to c% pon certain pri*ac! related re' irements, for e<ample TS 33.#61 recommends t%at t%e 7SI-, t%e I78I, and t%e I78IS> s%o ld (e confidentialit! protected, TS 33.263 states t%at N,perators s%all take care t%at t%e deplo!ed confidentialit! protection sol tion and roamin& a&reements f lfils t%e confidentialit! re' irements presented in t%e local pri*ac! le&islation O, draft TR 33."36 identifies a n m(er of pri*ac! t%reats and re' irements to address t%ose t%reats. )lt%o &% these contain privacy related content, the sub9ect has not been systematically studied and investigated# Pri*ac! protection mec%anisms in 3;PP network safe& ard confidential information a(o t t%e ser. T%erefore, it seems not onl! as a *al e added ser*ice ( t also as a risk+red ction mec%anism in terms of ser*ice deplo!ment. From a 3;PP perspecti*e, pri*ac! protection re' irements need to (e identified. Pri*ac! iss es w%ic% ma! impact network elements and processes need to (e clarified. T%is st d! facilitates nderstandin& t%e processes and met%odolo&! for w%ic% t%e pri*ac! iss es are identified. It identifies pri*ac! re' irements and risks, pri*ac! risk miti&ation approac%es, and esta(lis%es pri*ac! & idelines and@or (est practices for classes of 3;PP f nctions and pri*ac! protection. ,ne e<ample wo ld (e & idelines for stora&e of ser location information in on&oin& work s c% as ProSe or 7T$ t%at ma! (e applied &enericall! for all f nctions in t%at class, eit%er c rrentl! in de*elopment or in f t re desi&n. T%e &oal of t%is st d! is to de*elop pri*ac! & idelines t%at %elp in addressin& pri*ac! iss e in f t re 3;PP specifications. T%is in t rn ma! %elp operators wit% compliance reco&nition, nderstandin& and de*elopment of policies to compl! wit% re& lations, preser*in& ser pri*ac!, and ma! %elpin& *endors de*elop prod cts s pportin& re& lations. T%e proposed work is f ll! wit%in t%e scope of 3;PP S)3, w%ose terms of reference states t%at NS) W;3 %as t%e o*erall responsi(ilit! for sec rit! and pri*ac! in 3;PP s!stems. T%e W; will perform anal!sis of potential t%reats to t%ese s!stems. =ased on t%e t%reat anal!sis, t%e W; will determine t%e sec rit! and pri*ac! re' irements for 3;PP s!stems, and specif! t%e sec rit! arc%itect res and protocols. ...O. $!%ectiveI O O O O Identif! and nderstand pri*ac! related ke! iss es impactin& 3;PP network Identif! and potentiall! %armoniAe pri*ac! re' irements, e.&. 71T Identif! e<istin&<ongoing wor' relevant to .:)) privacy issues in external standard bodies, for potential reuse in .:)), e#g# &6$; Identif! pri*ac! risk miti&ation approac%es and esta(lis% pri*ac! %andlin& & idelines@principle and@or (est practices for 3;PP for f t re specifications

It is not an o(Fecti*e of t%e st d! to e<amine all e<istin& 3;PP specifications in retrospect wit% respect to pri*ac!.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ? alcomm, Real-etworks, $isco, Fra n%ofer ;esellsc%aft, C aWei, Sams n&, Inter1i&ital, Intel, -okia, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson .inked to Feat re 5I13#7663# CTTP+(ased Streamin& and 1ownload Ser*ices
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"usti#ication 3;PPPs 1!namic )dapti*e Streamin& o*er CTTP 21)SC4s %ad (een de*eloped o*er t%e last two Releases. 1espite (ein& inte&rated into t%e PSS arc%itect re, t%es %a*e si&nificant fle<i(ilit! for deplo!ments also o tside t%e 3;PP ser*ices. T%is %as (een reco&niAed (! ot%er or&aniAations s c% as 7P8; and ,pen IPT> For m. In contin o s ali&nment efforts, 3;PP and 7P8; %a*e de*eloped a &eneric format for 1!namic )dapti*e Streamin& o*er CTTP 21)SC4. T%eses ser*e an r&ent needI Wit% t%e e*ol tion of radio access tec%nolo&ies towards CSP) E .T8 %i&%er data rates are pro*ided allowin& more feat re ric% ser*ices wit% %i&%er ' alit! and access to m ltimedia ser*ices %as &rown si&nificantl!. )nd t%e most pop lar m ltimedia ser*ices toda! are ser*ices deli*ered o*er CTTP. Ser*in& content from standard CTTP+ser*ers %as man! ad*anta&es in terms of deplo!ment costs and con*er&ences wit% re& lar we( ser*ices. Wit% t%e completion of t%es, first deplo!ments of ser*ices (ased on 1)SC and similar tec%nolo&ies are %appenin&. T%e e<periences from initial deplo!ments of massi*el! scala(le *ideo streamin& deli*er! o*er CTTP and ad*anced radio access tec%nolo&ies res lt in new se cases, demands and re' irements. Impro*ements for t%e s pport of 1)SC w%en deli*ered o*er 3;PP networks and arc%itect res ma! (e necessar! and deplo!ments & idelines are important. Impro*ements ma! (e in t%e area of impro*ed ser e<perience, impro*ed (andwidt% efficienc! or more efficient deli*er! o*er CTTP+cac%in& infrastr ct res. F rt%ermore, t%e com(ination of 1)SC wit% ot%er ser*ices and tec%nolo&ies is an on&oin& c%allen&e and effort. -ot limited to t%is, ( t some e<amples are t%e deli*er! of 1)SC o*er different 3;PP radio access networks, t%e com(ination wit% presentation tec%nolo&ies s c% as CT7.+9, t%e s pport of ad*anced content protection sc%emes, or t%e s pport for ?oS in 3;PP networks. Cowe*er, (! t%e nat re of 1)SC (ein& foc ssed to a format definition t%at ma! (e and t!picall! is deli*ered o*er CTTP, an! ser*ice impro*ements ma! not re' ire additional normati*e work, ( t re' ires a detailed anal!sis of t%e en*isa&ed se cases, t%e res ltin& re' irements, t%e a(ilit! to sol*e t%ese se cases wit% t%e e<istin& 3;PP and@or ot%er e<istin&s and pro*ide & idelines and deplo!ment e<amples. T%e anal!sis of t%e se cases ma! still lead to additional work, ( t t%is s%o ld first (e identified and F stified from t%e a(o*e anal!sis.

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$!%ective to: St d! t%e rele*ance of deplo!ment & idelines for 1)SC in 3;PP networks and arc%itect res. T%is ma! for e<ample incl deI $ontent ) t%orin& & idelines, s c% as recommended encodin&s for different media rates in terms of codecs and (itrates, encaps lation recommendations, wit% foc s on s pport of 3;PP access networks etc. o $lient implementation and client operation & idelines, for e<ample %ow to s pport rate adaptation, seamless switc%in& or selection of Representations. $onsider t%e definition of an informati*e 1)SC client reference adaptation as part of a &eneral s!stem *iew. o ,perational and deplo!ment & idelines s c% as com(ination wit% e<istin& ?oS mec%anisms or CTTP deli*er! infrastr ct res. Impro*ements of Rel+16 ?oS mappin& r les for 1)SC towards optimiAin& ser e<perience nder *ario s network traffic conditions. o Identif! rele*ant aspects and pro*ide recommendations for addition of 1)SC deplo!ment & idelines into rele*ant 3;PP or 7P8;s. $ollect se cases for t%e impro*ed s pport of 1)SC in 3;PP networks and arc%itect res. 5se cases ma! incl de, ( t are not limited to o impro*ed ser e<perience, o impro*ed (andwidt% efficienc!, o more efficient deli*er! o*er CTTP+cac%in& and $1- infrastr ct res, o creation of an end+to+end interopera(le profile for core ser*ices potentiall! incl din& aspects s c% as codecs and content protection. o $om(ination of 1)SC wit% ot%er ser*ices and tec%nolo&ies s c% as t%e deli*er! of 1)SC o*er different 3;PP radio access networks s c% as 7=7S, or t%e com(ination wit% presentation tec%nolo&ies s c% CT7.+9, t%e ena(lin& of ad*anced content protection sc%emes, for e<ample to ena(le conditional access for li*e ser*ices or to ena(le m ltiple content protection sc%emes t%e ena(lin& of 1)SC@CTTP@T$P+adapted ?oS and ser*ice adaptation in 3;PP networks, o S!stem iss es s c% as Radio )ccess -etwork 2R)-4 specific iss esI e.&. access (itrate constraints, fl ct ation of a*aila(le access (itrate, conse' ences of sc%ed lin& or radio reso rce mana&ement iss es, etc.., Ser*er o*erload and ser*ice mi&ration, -etwork+assisted adaptation =ased on t%ese se cases o Identif! t%e re' irements to s pport t%ose se cases o )nal!se t%ese se cases and re' irements a&ainst t%e e<istin& 3;PPs and@ors t%at are pro*ided (! ot%er or&aniAations o Pro*ide implementation and deplo!ment & idelines o Pro*ide recommendations for potentiall! necessar! normati*e work in 3;PP o Pro*ide recommendations for t%e doc mentation of potentiall! informati*e & idelinin& work o $omm nicate and liaise wit% ot%er 3;PP &ro ps and ot%er or&anisations, as necessar!. o

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ) dience, Intel, =roadcom, $)TR, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 1!nastat, C8)1 aco stics, ,ran&e, ? alcomm, Ro%de E Sc%warA, Son! 7o(ile $om. Rapan, Sprint )ddress e<istin& items desi&nated as Nfor f rt%er st d!O in TS 26.131@2. $oordinate wit% ot%er S1,s 2e.&. IT5+T S; 12, 8TSI T$ ST?4 to le*era&e eac% ot%erPs work and minimiAe o*erlap "usti#ication W%ile man! ad*ances were made in Rel 11 to t%e aco stic re' irements and test specifications in TS 26.131 and TS 26.132 man! items t%erein were left marked Nfor f rt%er st d!O and re' ire a final disposition (! S)# incl din& -= E W= Sta(ilit! loss, Ceadset 58 2TS 26.131 Sections 9.6 E 6.64 -= E W= 1ela!, Wireless Ceadset 2TS 26.131 Section 9.12.2.2 E 6.11.2.24 -= E W= 8c%o control 2Ndo (le+talkO4 c%aracteristics 2TS 26.131 Sections 9.13 E6.12, TS 26.132 Section ".114 o Candset, Ceadset, Cand%eld %ands+free, 1esktop and *e%icle mo nted %ands+free are all marked FFS

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)dditionall!, t%ere are new aco stic re' irements and emer&in& tests we ma! wis% to consider in a f t re release, ( t re' ire f rt%er st d! (efore incorporation to o r specifications. )nticipated topics in t%is area incl de, ( t are not limited to, an e*al ation of o o o o Time+*ariant ser (e%a*io r )dditional 58 sa&e en*ironments -ew or refined test met%ods for e<istin& re' irements )cceptance of pdates 2if an!4 to e<istin& 8TSI and IT5+T dependencies

$!%ective: to prod ce a TR t%at will first and foremost, address t%e e<istin& items presentl! desi&nated as Nfor f rt%er st d!O in TS 26.131 and TS 26.132. T%e TR will also e<amine opport nities for new aco stic tests and re' irements t%at %elp s to (etter c%aracterise t%e 58 aco stic e<perience, opport nities to replace e<istin& test met%ods wit% ot%ers t%at are more acc rate or more efficient and to make specific recommendations for t%eir incl sion in e<istin& or new specifications. T%is st d! will re' ire s to coordinate wit% ot%er S1,s s c% as IT5+T S; 12 and 8TSI T$ ST? amon& ot%ers to le*era&e eac% ot%erPs work and minimiAe o*erlap. -,T8I It is anticipated t%at some sections of t%e TR will (e a&reed earlier t%an ot%ers, and t%at S)# ma!, at t%eir discretion, c%oose to take action on an! a&reed recommendations t%erein immediatel! as t%e! (ecome a*aila(le (! openin& one or more new, normati*e WIs, wit%o t 1st re' irin& completion of t%e entire TR.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: Sams n&, )pple 25B4, C awei, =lack=err!, ? alcomm "usti#ication CT7.9 impro*es ad*anced 77 tec%nolo&! s pportU maintains simple reada(ilit!@impro*es compati(ilit!. 1efines )PIs pro*idin& access to *ariet! of f nctionalities 221 drawin&, timed media pla!(ack, offline mode, we( stora&e, we( sockets4 *ia Ra*ascript 3;PP S)# %as reco&niAed t%e need for a presentation la!er as earl! as 266#. )lmost all ser*ices offered (! 3;PP 2e.&. 77S, PSS, and 7=7S4 %a*e some form of a presentation la!er. 77S defines t%e s pport for a presentation la!er in TS 26.1#6 , section #.16 as followsI $he .:)) MMS uses a subset of SM&> %#! /%40 for media synchroniDation and scene description# MMS clients and servers with support for media synchroniDation and scene descriptions shall support the .:)) SM&> >anguage )rofile defined in /.40# $his profile is a subset of the SM&> %#! >anguage )rofile but a superset of the SM&> %#! Basic >anguage )rofile# 2ocument /.40 also includes an informative annex * that provides guidelines for SM&> content authors# *dditionally, E3$M> Mobile )rofile /.!0 for scene description should be supported# MMS clients and servers with support for scene descriptions based on E3$M> shall support E3$M> Mobile )rofile /.!0, defined by the W*) ;orum# E3$M> Mobile )rofile is a subset of E3$M> ,#, but a superset of E3$M> Basic# )s can (e seen from t%e a(o*e description, 77S re' ires eit%er a profile of S7I. or :CT7. 7o(ile. PSS 2TS 26.23#4 defines a presentation la!er as a set of optional scene description tec%nolo&ies. 8it%er a s (set of S7I. 2.6 or t%e 1!namic Interacti*e 7 ltimedia Scenes 21I7S4 ma! (e sed. 1I7S is (ased on S>; and adds its own pdate mec%anism to pdate t%e m ltimedia scene t%ro &%o t t%e lifetime of t%e m ltimedia presentation. 7=7S 2TS 26.3#64, %owe*er, onl! defines 1I7S in section 16." as t%e scene description tool for 7=7S ser*ices. )s can (e seen from a(o*e, 3;PP does not %a*e a common sol tion for a presentation la!er. T%is fra&mentation in t%e scene description landscape for 3;PP ser*ices complicates content preparation and 58 implementation. ) common and modern scene description sol tion is d e in Rel+12 to make se of t%e modern m ltimedia capa(ilities of 58s. F rt%ermore, t%e ser*ice initiation in 7=7S ser ser*ices is (ased on t%e 5ser Ser*ice 1escription. In PSS, session esta(lis%ment is (ased on rtspI@@, fileI@@, or %ttpI@@. Specificall! in 1)SC, t%e session esta(lis%ment is (ased on t%e 7P1. CT7.9 doc ments ma! also (e sed as a session esta(lis%ment, especiall! if t%e description contains d!namic aspects 2e.&. Ra*ascript4 or real+time media. T%e sa&e of CT7.9 and t%e relations%ip to e<istin& session esta(lis%ment of 3;PP ser ser*ices needs more attention. =e!ond mark p, CT7.9 pro*ides additional e<tensions as )PIs s c% as timed media pla!(ack, we( stora&e, we( sockets or &eolocation. T%e rele*ance for and relations%ip to e<istin& 3;PP ser ser*ice tec%nolo&ies need f rt%er in*esti&ation. $!%ective: CT7.9 is t%e new standard for t%e mark p lan& a&e for t%e we(. CT7.9 was re*ised to pro*ide (etter s pport for ad*anced m ltimedia tec%nolo&ies w%ile maintainin& simple reada(ilit! and impro*in& compati(ilit!. CT7.9 also defines a set of )PIs t%at pro*ide access to a wide *ariet! of f nctionalities 2s c% as 21 drawin&, timed media pla!(ack, offline mode s pport, we( stora&e, we( sockets4 t%ro &% a simple scriptin& lan& a&e 2Ra*ascript4. T%is st d! item %as t%e followin& o(Fecti*esI

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Identif! t%e f nctionalit! in t%e scene description s!stems sed in e<istin& 3;PP ser*ices St d! t%e potential needs for a scene description sol tion sin& CT7.9 for t%e followin& 3;PP ser*icesI PSS incl din& 1)SC, 7=7S and 77S Identif! if CT7.9 f lfils t%e a(o*e needs Identif! w%ic% CT7.9 feat res and )PIs wo ld (e needed and recommend if a profile mi&%t (e appropriate 1etermine if t%ere is a mismatc% (etween e<istin& and desired f nctionalit! and a p re CT7.9 sol tion, and e<plore possi(le wa!s to resol*e t%e &aps 1ecide on t%e recommendation of CT7.9 and propose normati*e work, if considered s ita(le 1etermine t%e relations%ip of CT7.9 in com(ination wit% session@ser*ice esta(lis%ment of e<istin& ser ser*ices 1escri(e a work plan to p%ase o t e<istin& scene description sol tions Identif! potential s!stem related aspects and comm nicate wit% rele*ant &ro ps, if needed.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, -S-, C awei, )lcatel+. cent, $%ina 7o(ile. T%ere are a n m(er of iss es and inconsistencies wit% *ersion %andlin& in t%e c rrent set of S)9 specifications 2e.&. IRPs, P7s, Traces4. Iss e 1I -etwork Reso rce 7odel 2-R74 o(Fect *ersion %andlin& In toda!Ps set of standard IRPs, t%ere is s pport for an IRP7ana&er to retrie*e a list from t%e IRP)&ent a(o t w%ic% IRP>ersion2s4 2of t%e -R7 IRP SSs4 t%at t%e IRP)&ent s pports, one or more. = t if t%e IRP)&ent s pports more t%an one IRP>ersion, t%ere is no standardised wa! to know w%ic% IRP>ersion t%at a partic lar 7ana&ed ,(Fect 27,4 instance (elon&s to. T% s, t%ere is an information &ap on Itf+- w%ic% needs to (e filled. Iss e 2I >ersion %andlin& of Interface IRPs *ers s -R7 IRPs For IRP7ana&er to o(tain t%e IRP>ersion2s4 of an IRP)&entPs s pported Interface IRPs and s pported -R7 IRPs, IRP7ana&er needs different operations. It mi&%t (e (eneficial for IRP7ana&er to se identical@similar@same operation 2to ac%ie*e some le*el of consistenc!4 to o(tain t%e two different kind of information. Iss e 3I >ersion %andlin& of mana&ement information s c% as alarms, meas rements and trace data $ rrentl! t%ere is no *ersion %andlin& defined in S)9 for mana&ement information s c% as alarms, meas rements and trace data. Iss e #I S,) s pport )s we %a*e recentl! 2Rel+04 introd ced S,) 2Ser*ice ,riented )rc%itect re4 for IRPs, we s%o ld also st d! if and %ow t%e *ersion %andlin& can satisf! t%e needs of S,), and %ow S,) ma! pro*ide capa(ilities for a co%erent *ersion %andlin& 2e.&. re&istration E disco*er!4. : $!%ective + + + + To doc ment c rrent *ersion %andlin& in S)9 specifications To identif! and a&ree on t%e se cases and re' irements for a co%erent *ersion %andlin& approac%. To identif! alternati*e sol tions wit% t%eir pros and cons to s pport t%e identified re' irements. T%e sol tions ma! comprise r les in t%e IRP met%odolo&! doc mentation as well as en%ancements of e<istin& or new IRPs, w%ile tiliAin& S,) capa(ilities. To a&ree on one of t%e proposed alternati*e sol tions and doc ment recommendations in t%e TRPs concl sions.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, >odafone, -8$, C awei, )lcatel+. cent, HT8, ? alcomm "usti#ication ) Cetero&eneo s -etwork consists of different t!pes of =ase Stations 2=Ss4, s c% as macro, micro and pico =Ss. T%ese t!pes of =Ss will (e mi<ed in an operatin& network. 5sin& low power =Ss like micro and pico to en%ance co*era&e and capacit!, it is foreseen t%at t%ere will (e *er! man! of t%ese low power =Ss in operation. 8ac% of t%em will co*er an area t%at is si&nificantl! smaller t%an a macro =S. 8ac% of t%e low power =Ss will correspond to a n m(er of o(Fects wit% attri( tes and meas rements to mana&e. )t t%e same time, eac% low power =S is a node in itself and t%e re' irement to mana&e t%em are similar as for macro =Ss. W%at performance mana&ement information t%at is wanted is *er! similar as for macro. T%e confi& ration re' irements for t%e cell lar network s pported (! low power nodes are still *er! similar as for macro nodes. T%e re' irements for (ein& a(le to &enerate alarm are still *er! similar as for macro nodes. )s t%e amo nt of low power nodes can (e *er! man!, a different approac% to mana&e t%e nodes are needed. T%e! do not necessaril! alwa!s need (e acti*el! connected to t%e mana&ement s!stem. T%e! can se M,n 1emandM mana&ement paradi&m. = t it is p to t%e operator to c%oose w%ic% nodes s%all se t%e Mon demandM paradi&m. M,n 1emandM paradi&m means t%at nodes are not constantl! connected o*er Itf+- to t%e IRP7ana&er *ia t%e IRP)&ent and t%at t%e IRP7ana&er can connect to M,n 1emandM mana&ed nodes *ia t%e IRP)&ent to perform mana&ement actions. T%e IRP7ana&er can also decide w%et%er a node s%all (e mana&ed *ia M,n 1emand 7ana&ementM or M$onstantl! $onnected mana&ementM paradi&m. Femto is not incl ded in t%is st d!. $!%ective: to st d! M,n 1emandM mana&ement o*er Itf+-I o o o -odes on w%ic% M,n 1emandM mana&ement can (e applied to ) s (scription mec%anism for an M,n 1emandM paradi&m for %etero&eneo s networks T%e necessar! operations, o(Fects and attri( tes for an M,n 1emandM paradi&m

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"usti#ication In SP+116#33@ S9+112296 M.S on 8' i*alent P.7- identities and 71T4M, S)D92, R ne 2611, reconfirmedI In &eneral all new feat res 2or en%ancements to e<istin& feat res4 s%o ld contin e to (e desi&ned to work also for operators sin& 8' i*alent P.7- identities. If@w%en it is not possi(le to de*elop complete s pport for t%e 8P.7- concept 2i.e. -etworks sin& 8P.7%as t%e same feat res@capa(ilities and t%e same operational sit ation as a standalone P.7- networks4 t%en s c% de*iations s%o ld (e doc mented in rele*ant sta&e 1 and sta&e 2 doc ments.

T%e applica(ilit! of t%ose statements needs to (e considered in S)9 for all new feat res @en%ancements. 71T and 8ner&! sa*in& are on&oin& work t%at will need s c% considerations. Proced res to s pport t%e TS;+S) re' ests s%o ld (e implemented. In &eneral, increasin& n m(er of operators is s%arin& t%eir mo(ile networks. 7ain ar& ments presented are Increased rollo t speed ? ickl! e<pand co*era&e to meet c stomer demand for wider co*era&e S%arin& low traffic areas will &ain lon& term cost ad*anta&e S%arin& %i&% license ( rdens $ost efficienc! $)P8:E,P8: Roined effort to offer a*aila(ilit! of ser*ices at more afforda(le price.

T%e network s%arin& ma! (e done in man! different wa!s related to different ( siness reasons, operator strate&ies, markets, on r les and le&islation in different co ntries re& lation etc 3;PP %as anal!Aed t%e different -etwork s%arin& scenarios in t%e S)1 st d! 3;PP TR 22.091 NSer*ice aspects and re' irements for network s%arin&O. In 3;PP S)2 TS 23.291 N-etwork S%arin&U )rc%itect re and f nctional description.O t%e sta&e 2 details and descriptions are standardiAed. In t%e S)1 TR 22.091 t%e followin& Scenarios for network s%arin& are presentedI Scenario 1I Scenario 2I Scenario 3I Scenario #I Scenario 9I 7 ltiple core networks s%arin& common radio access network ;eo&rap%icall! split networks s%arin& $ommon -etwork S%arin& $ommon spectr m network s%arin& 7 ltiple radio access networks s%arin& common core network

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Implication on 7ana&ement of t%ese scenarios of s%ared -etwork and ,)7 implications on Fa lt 7ana&ement, $onfi& ration 7ana&ement, 71T, $all Trace etc %a*e to (e st died. $!%ectives to: Identif! t%e most important -etwork s%arin& scenarios and se cases for 7ana&ement Impact $apt re t%e impact of e' i*alent P.7- identities in e<istin& definitions Identif! ,)7 concepts, possi(le scenarios and re' irements for network s%arin& and 8P.7- se cases )nal!se %ow e<istin& IRPs can (e re+ sed, adapted or e<tended to f lfil t%ese re' irements or if a new IRP is needed 1etermine if t%ere are additional en%ancements to areas like 71T, $all Trace, Performance 7eas rements needed

T%e followin& new elements in IRPs, adaptations or e<tensions to IRPs ma! (e considered in t%is st d! item 2( t t%e st d! item is not necessaril! limited to t%em4I $all Trace and 71T Fa lt 7ana&ement Sec rit! 7ana&ement Performance meas rements -R7 impacts Impact on mana&ement of S,- related topics 2e.&. )-R, ener&! sa*in&s, $ell , ta&e compensation4 -ote t%at S)9 will %a*e to work in cooperation wit% R)- W;s and -;$,R w%ere needed. -;$,R R)- s%arin& re' irements will (e taken into acco nt as inp t for t%is st d!. It is intended to create, if applica(le, (ased on t%e res lt of t%e st d!, wit%in t%e Rel+11 time frame a dedicated work item for ,)7 aspects of -etwork S%arin&.

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SPD63 split of Rel+12 SP+1366#9 WI1 28n%anced -7 $entraliAed $o*era&e and $apacit! ,ptimiAation4 into a Rel+12 St d! 2SP+1#662"4 and a Rel+13 -ormati*e WI1 2SP+1#66664. "usti#ication Specification 3;PP TS 2".62732.922 defines t%e arc%itect re for distri( ted and -7 centraliAed $o*era&e and $apacit! ,ptimiAation 2$$,4 f nction ( t it does not specif! a sol tion, or a description of t%e -7 centraliAsed $$,. )t t%e same time, an -7 centraliAed $$, f nction %as some ena(lers defined in t%e 3;PP standard 2e.&., 71T, P7 data collection4 ( t it is nclear w%et%er t%ese are s fficient for a complete sol tion. T%e 71T data collection f nction incl des some meas rements w%ic% can (e sef l for $$, p rposes ( t it is not complete and ma! re' ire en%ancements, e.&., in terms of correlation or anon!miAation of information. ,nce t T%ese en%ancements are to (e identified in t%ise st d! p%ase of t%e $$,. Work Task, a correspondin& sol tion can (e pro*ided as part of t%e 8n%anced 7ana&ement of 58 (ased network performance meas rements WI. For an -7 centraliAed $$, sol tion to work, t%ere is a need to (e standard s pport in terms of information collection from t%e network 2e.&., meas rements4 and in terms of confi& ra(ilit! of t%e network 2e.&., cell attri( tes4. )lt%o &% t%ere is s pport in t%e standard for some of t%ese ( ildin& (locks, t%e! mi&%t not (e s fficient.t%ere is no acti*it! t%at wo ld co*er all aspects of needed standardiAation s pport for an -7 centraliAed $$, sol tion. T%e c rrent 3;PP specifications descri(es collection met%ods as part of t%e 71T f nctionalit! in t%e trace specifications, confi& ration met%ods as defined in t%e -R7 specifications, and traditional P7 meas rements w%ic% are defined in t%e Performance 7eas rement specifications. $ rrentl! t%ere is no description in a sin&le place, w%ic% wo ld e<plain w%at needs to (e s pported for a workin& -7 centraliAed $$,. 7oreo*er, t%ere is no common nderstandin& on t%e t!pe of f nctions t%at s%all (e considered as part of $$, and for w%ic% standard s pport ma! need to (e pro*ided. In order to start t%e work in $$,, it ma! (e sef l to select one partic lar se case e<ample and identif! t%e re' ired standard s pport for it. )s none of t%e e<istin& work items are responsi(le of takin& care t%at all t%e necessar! pieces for a f ll! f nctional -7 centraliAed $$, sol tion are a*aila(le in t%e standard , t%ere is an o(*io s need for a separate work item to address all aspects of -7 centraliAed $$,. T%ere is a need to recommend t%e re' ired 2potentiall! new4 58 and network+(ased meas rements for an -7 centraliAed $$, f nction. For 58 meas rements t%at do not c rrentl! e<ist, co+operation wit% R)-2 mi&%t (e needed. )n -7 centraliAed $$, f nction needs to collect different t!pes of information a(o t t%e act al network conditions wit% s fficient details in order to e<ec te t%e optimiAation in a correct wa!. Parts of t%is information are alread! deli*ered in some forms o*er Itf+-, w%ile ot%ers are (ein& F st specified in t%e standard 2e.&., deli*erin& location information4 and !et ot%ers ma! (e missin& from t%e standard. T%erefore, t%ere is a need to identif! t%e list of meas rements and information t%at s%all (e made a*aila(le o*er Itf+- for t%e -7 centraliAed $$, f nction. Some of t%e re' ired information mi&%t need to (e specified (! ot%er 3;PP workin& &ro ps 2e.&. R)-2 on location information4. T%e collection mec%anism needs to f lfil certain re' irements to ens re t%at an -7 centraliAed S,- f nction, e.&., a $$, f nction can (e effecti*el! ( ilt on top of it. $ rrentl! t%ere are m ltiple independent collection mec%anisms defined for collection of different t!pes of data, w%ic% can (e all rele*ant inp t so rces for an -7 centraliAed $$, f nction. For e<ample, toda!, 71T data and R.F data are reported separatel! (! 58 and collected in separate trace Fo(s, alt%o &% (ot% of t%em wo ld (e sef l inp t for -7 centraliAed $$, f nction, ( t t%e! are diffic lt or impossi(le to (e correlated. Independent collection mec%anisms make correlation of different t!pes of data diffic lt or impossi(le,

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w%ic% de&rades t%e *al e of collected information for t%e $$, f nction. ) sol tion is needed w%ere different pieces of information connected to t%e occ rrence of t%e same incident can (e com(ined (! t%e $$, f nction. $!%ectives: To%e st d! comprises onf %ow t%e -7 centraliAsed $$, f nction s%o ld (e en%anced (!I Refine t%e description for -7 centralised $$,. T%e description of t%e -7 $entralised $$, f nction and t%e necessar! standard s pport o*er Itf+- is to (e specified in 32.922.F r%termore t%e set of f nctionalities and specifications re' ired for an -7 centraliAed $$, s%o ld (e descri(ed in TS 32.163 Inte&ration Reference Point 2IRP4 o*er*iew and sa&e & ide specification. R recommendin& se cases, First e<ec te a st d! on t%e re' ired 2potentiall! new4 58 and network+ (ased meas rements for an -7 centraliAed $$, f nction. T%e correlation of e.&. 71T data is also to (e st died.

=ased on t%e res lt of t%e st d!, specif! potential new performance indicators, e.&. 58 meas rements and@or network meas rements to (e reported o*er Itf+- to s pport t%e -7 centraliAed $$, f nction. Performance 7eas rements for detectin& co*era&e ' alit! pro(lems s%all (e specified (ased on identified p%!sical la!er meas rements defined in TS 36.21#. For 58 meas rements t%at do not c rrentl! e<ist, co+operation wit% R)-2 mi&%t (eis needed. )n -7 centraliAed $$, f nction needs to collect different t!pes of information a(o t t%e act al network conditions wit% s fficient details in order to e<ec te t%e optimiAation in a correct wa!. Parts of t%is information are alread! deli*ered in some forms o*er Itf+-, w%ile ot%ers are (ein& F st specified in t%e standard 2e.&., deli*erin& location information4 and !et ot%ers ma! (e missin& from t%e standard. T%erefore, t%ere is a need to identif! t%e list of meas rements and information t%at s%all (e made a*aila(le o*er Itf+- for t%e -7 centraliAed $$, f nction. Some of t%e re' ired information mi&%t need to (e specified (! ot%er 3;PP workin& &ro ps 2e.&. R)-2 on location information4 T%e collection mec%anism needs to f lfil certain re' irements to ens re t%at an -7 centraliAed S,- f nction, e.&., a $$, f nction can (e effecti*el! ( ilt on top of it. $ rrentl! t%ere are m ltiple collection mec%anisms defined for collection of different t!pes of data, w%ic% can (e all rele*ant inp t so rces for an -7 centraliAed $$, f nction. For e<ample, toda!, 71T data and R.F data are reported separatel! (! 58 and collected in separate trace Fo(s, alt%o &% (ot% of t%em wo ld (e sef l inp t for -7 centraliAed $$, f nction. Independent collection mec%anisms make correlation of different t!pes of data diffic lt or impossi(le, w%ic% de&rades t%e *al e of collected information for t%e $$, f nction. ) sol tion is needed w%ere different pieces of information connected to t%e occ rrence of t%e same incident can (e com(ined (! t%e $$, f nction. ,nce t%e -7 $entraliAed $$, st d! is completed t%e identified new re' irements, as well as potential new 58 meas rements 2or per 58 (ased network meas rements4 s%o ld (e specified as part of t%e 71T f nction in t%e 8n%anced 7ana&ement of 58 (ased network performance meas rements WI. 1. 8<ec te a st d! on t%e re' ired confi& ration attri( tes for an -7 centraliAed $$,. )fter t%e res lt of t%e st d! is a&reed, define t%e necessar! s pport on Itf+- to control t%e co*era&e and capacit! related confi& rations in t%e network. ) n m(er of additional cell confi& ration attri( tes %a*e (een recentl! added to t%e standard, specificall! for S,- p rposes ( t t%eir sa&es %a*e not (een properl! nderstood. Some of t%ese attri( tes ma! (e tiliAed (! an -7 $entraliAed $$, f nction. T%erefore, t%ere is a need to first st d! and t%en specif! w%ic% confi& ration attri( tes 2potentiall! new ones4 s%o ld (e controlla(le (! an -7 $entraliAed $$, S,- f nction.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, )TET, HT8 "usti#ication

TeliaSonera, 1e tsc%e Telekom, France Telecom, C awei, Telecom Italia,

T%e massi*e amo nt of network elements in a mo(ile s!stem and t%e *ariet! of network elements and infrastr ct re e' ipment creates % &e amo nt of alarms sat ratin& o r alarm mana&ement s!stems. In parallel t%e n m(ers of t!pes of alarm %a*e increased to o*erw%elmin& proportions. T%e network administrators are flooded wit% alarms and alarms wit% often poor ' alit!. Poor ' alit! in t%is conte<t can incl de - isance alarms 2repeatin& and fleetin& alarms, ,red ndant and cascadin& alarms4 Stale alarms )larm floods )larms wit%o t response )larms wit% t%e wron& priorit! , t+of+Ser*ice alarms Red ndant alarms

Too man! alarms are occ rrin&. >astl! o*er alarmed s!stems prod cin& far more alarms to t%e operator t%an needed Too %i&% proportion of t%em are n isance alarms of little operational rele*ance T%e maForit! of t%e alarms s%o ld ne*er %a*e (een presented for t%e network administrators

T%e conse' ences of (ad ' alit! alarms are se*ere, affectin& man! areas. ) few e<amples Too m c% time and reso rces are spent to define alarms as irrele*ant G most of t%e alarms are now irrele*ant` )larm floodin& add comple<it! in fa lt resol tion acti*ities and t%ere(! dela!s $ontri( tin& factor to t%e serio sness of maFor incidents ca sed (! dela!ed ser*ice impacts anal!sis $ rrent ' alit! of alarm se*erities, as set (! e' ipment, are misleadin& and %a*e a ne&ati*e effect on t%e network ser*ice ,perators ma! ne&lect important alarms ca sed (! not nderstanda(le alarm information to respond to t%e alarm Si&nificantl! o*erstaffed network mana&ement centre and increased % man reso rces allocated in t%e ass rance processes ;eneral (ad en&ineerin& G ,S s!stemsE staff %a*e to cope wit% poor ' alit! data Poor alarm mana&ement is a maFor (arrier to reac%in& operational e<cellence, a ( siness risk 5nnecessaril! comple< and costl! ,SS sol tions t%at %a*e not s pported a ser*ice and c stomer oriented approac% at desired de&ree 2$)P8: dri*er4 $ontri( tin& factor to low s ccess rate of alarm correlation tools in telecom. -one will c re f ndamental fa lts in t%e (asic alarm s!stem as poor ' alit! alarms =ad alarm data ' alit! is a si&nificant, e*er! da!, cost dri*er 2,P8: dri*er4

T%e telecom alarm mana&ement e<perience is s%ared in (asicall! all areas of alarm mana&ement. T%e incitements to resol*e t%e alarm mana&ement pro(lems %a*e (een more o(*io sl! in ot%er areas as in t%e prod ction and en&ineerin& field. StandardiAation (odies in t%e prod ction and en&ineerin& fields 2e & 8875), )-SI4 %a*e addressed t%e pro(lem and ndertaken s (stantial work nder last decade to come p wit% sol tions. Sol tions are reported to (e adopted (! ind str!, ins rance and re& lator! (odies. )larm mana&ement in Telecom is o(*io sl! an o*erlooked and *er! immat re area t%at needs to c%an&e.

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3;PP %as a ni' e opport nit! to address t%ese pro(lems, since 3;PP %as all e<perts a*aila(le in t%e definition of a mo(ile s!stem incl din& Telecom 7ana&ement. 1ialo& is needed, 3;PP S)9 s%o ld take t%e lead to anal!se t%is escalatin& and se*ere pro(lem, come p wit% sol tions and s%are & idelines and mandator! re' irements wit% t%e network element specif!in& &ro ps. $!%ectives: to sec re applica(ilit! and impacts of t%e concept of alarm mana&ement in Telecom mana&ement . It is proposed to (enefit from work in t%e prod ction and en&ineerin& field, since t%e task of alarm mana&ement to a *er! %i&% de&ree is independent of different ( sinesses. It is a % man+mac%ine interaction. It isnPt reall! a(o t %ardware or softwareU itPs a(o t work processes. T%e followin& areas are proposed to (e st diedI Redefinition of t%e term NalarmO to address t%e pro(lems identified, ser and sa&e of alarm s%all (e defined. T%e *ision s%all (e t%at eac% alarm s%o ld alert, inform and & ide. Identif! impacts of s c% a redefinition on e<istin& 3;PP standards. N)larmsO t%at do not compl! m st (e remo*ed or eas! possi(le to (e remo*e from t%e alarm s!stem. )larms e*er!w%ere are confi& red wit%o t meetin& t%is criterion, w%ic% is one of t%e main reasons t%e alarm pro(lem e<ists. $onsider e<tension of t%e reso rce alarm states. )-SI@IS) 1".2 ar& es for new states as N, t of ser*iceO, NS ppressed (! desi&nO and NS%el*edO. It is important t%at t%e states are controlled@set at lowest possi(le le*el. 2-8, -87 or -74 St d! possi(ilit! to s pport ot%er 3;PP &ro ps in*ol*ed in -8 standardiAation wit% & idelines to en%ance t%e reada(ilit!, acc rac! and rele*ance of alarm information. NCow to define onl! &ood alarmsO. -87 f nctionalit! %as not !et (een tar&et for S)9 standardiAation, ( t S)9 s%o ld e<amine an! potential normati*e of informati*e areas for -8 mana&ers to minimiAe nwanted alarm (e%a*ior as repeatin& alarms, alarm floodin&, c%atterin& and fleetin& alarms. S c% f nctionalit! s%o ld (e introd ced at lowest possi(le le*el, t%is s%o ld (e st died. 1o a ;)P anal!sis of telecom applica(ilit! of )-SI@IS) 1".2 and related & idelines.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $isco, >odafone, Intel, Telecom Italia, TeliaSonera "usti#ication It s%all (e st died if t%e 1+S,- 7.= f nction as c rrentl! standardiAed in 3;PP can (e impro*ed in terms of operational efficienc!. In case potential areas of impro*ement are identified possi(le sol tions s%all (e proposed. 8<amples of areas to (e st died are if t%ere are an! iss es res ltin& e.&. from deplo!ment irre& larities, s c% as irre& larities in sites location, in cell siAe 2especiall! for Cet-et4, in inter+e-= p%!sical nei&%(o r relations, presence of e' ipment prod ced (! different *endors etc. $!%ectives: Identif! w%et%er 1+S,- 7.= as c rrentl! standardiAed in 3;PP can (e impro*ed In case potential areas of impro*ement are identified propose possi(le sol tions

T%e sol tion 2if re' ired4 is realiAed (! en%ancement to e<istin& S)9 -R7s and@or Interface IRP, and@or performance meas rements specifications.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, ,ran&e, $%ina 7o(ile, >odafone .inked to $T3@$T1 draft TR 20.0#0 St d! on Tec%nical )spects on Roamin& 8nd+to+end scenarios wit% >o.T8 I7S and ot%er networks 2FS3R8>,.T83I7S4 5I13616616
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"usti#ication Wit% t%e Rel+11 S)2+led WI1 R)>8. 2Roamin& )rc%itect re for >oice o*er I7S wit% .ocal =reako t4 roamin& wit% loop(ack was introd ced in 3;PP I7S. T%is incl des a description of t%e $%ar&in& 1ata Records 2$1Rs4 w%ic% are &enerated in t%e most important I7S 2>o.T84+roamin& se cases. 3;PP %as specified roamin& for >o.T8 I7S s!stems wit%in different specifications for )rc%itect re, Si&nallin& and also c%ar&in& aspects. T%is is of special importance, since t%e mo(ile roamin& concepts re' ire interconnection capa(ilities s pported (! interconnection net-or.s (e!ond t%ose re' ired for e.&. >oIP interconnection (etween wire+line networks. T%is is different from t%e introd ction of ;S7 roamin&, w%ere t%e roamin& concepts did not make se of an! capa(ilities in interconnection net-or.s w%ic% were not alread! defined and deplo!ed for wire+line interconnection. $!%ective: To doc ment missin& $1R elements and information wit% re&ard to t%e roamin& arc%itect re for >oice o*er I7S wit% .ocal =reako t 2R)>8.4. T%e St d! s%all (e related to normati*e specification work for t%e S)9 c%ar&in& TS 32.266, TS 32.20" and TS 32.200. In case &aps are identified w%ic% re' ire c%an&es of specifications, t%e needed $Rs will (e s (mitted for a&reement to t%e responsi(le 3;PP Workin& ;ro p. ) s (se' ent +0> normati*e work item for s c% c%an&es s%all (e created w%en a new capa(ilit! is to (e added. In case of an identified &ap or error in a related 0EIS,I+A normati*e work item, work item t%at introd ced t%e related feat re, will (e addressed.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, TeliaSonera, -S-, 1e tsc%e Telekom, -8$ "usti#ication W%en recei*in& an initial SIP re' est for a dialo&, or a standalone SIP re' est, an I=$F mi&%t need to, (ased on t%e se+case, select a local polic! to appl! to e.&. SIP screenin&, TCI;, ,7R and pri*ac!. )t t%e moment t%ere is no proper mec%anism for an I=$F to determine w%et%er t%e se case isI + + + + + + + + t%e *isited to %ome se caseU t%e %ome to *isited se caseU t%e loop(ack 2R)>8.4 se case, t%e in*ocation of 7R=@7RF in *isited network from )S in %ome networkU a re' est sent from t%e %ome network on t%e ori&inatin& side to t%e %ome network on t%e terminatin& sideU s (scription re' est from a P+$S$F to a S+$S$F 2compared to s (scription from 58 o*er a --I4U a re' est from )T$F to S$$ )S 2and *ice *ersa4U or etc. 2t%e list will (e lon&er and lon&er t%e more I7S e*ol*e4

T%ere %a*e (een se*eral attempts to sol*e t%is iss e ( t no sol tion %as (een a&reed so far. $!%ectives: to st d! *ario s scenarios and in a first step doc ment t%e pro(lem and alternati*e sol tions.

It %as (een a&reed t%at $T3 sc%ed les t%e disc ssions so as to allow participation of I7S e<perts from $T1.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ,ran&e, )TET, >eriAon, -TT 1,$,7,, TeliaSonera, )lcatel+. cent, C awei, Cewlett+Packard, 8ricsson, $isco, -S-, )llot $omm nications, -T$ $orporation, HT8, -8$. Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 23."#3 St d! on $ore -etwork ,*erload sol tions 2FS3$-,4 5I13#06636. $oordinate wit% $T3, S)9
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"usti#ication T%e 1iameter (ase protocol is widel! adopted in 3;PP as protocol s pport of n mero s si&nallin& interfaces in I7S, 8P$ , P$$ and c%ar&in& arc%itect res 2e.&. S6a@S6d, ;<@R<, $<@S% or ;A@;!4. )s part of t%e st d! on $ore -etwork ,*erload Sol tions 23;PP TR 23."#34, it %as (een in*esti&ated %ow t%e 1iameter (ased interfaces were protected a&ainst si&nallin& o*erload. T%e concl sion was t%at t%e e<istin& o*erload control mec%anisms in t%e 1iameter (ase protocol were too limited to efficientl! pre*ent and react to si&nallin& o*erload. T%ese limitations are e*en more critical in lar&e scale networks in w%ic% m ltiple 1iameter nodes, from *ario s *endors, are in t%e si&nallin& pat%. )lt%o &% *endor+specific sol tions mi&%t (e alread! a*aila(le in some networks, a standardiAation effort is re' ired to cope wit% a m lti+*endor@operator en*ironment in lar&e scale networks and roamin& cases. It is t%en recommended to la nc% a st d! at t%e protocol le*el to in*esti&ate t%e possi(le en%ancements of t%e 1iameter (ased interfaces to s pport ade' ate o*erload control mec%anisms. It is also recommended t%at s c% en%ancements %a*e minimal impacts on e<istin& infrastr ct res and (e &eneric eno &% to (e s ita(le for m ltiple 1iameter (ased interfaces. Cowe*er, t%e e<act sol tion to implement will (e decided per 1iameter application, dependin& on t%e specific re' irements of eac% interface. T%is st d! will (e closel! linked to t%e work done wit%in t%e I8TF 1iameter 7aintenance and 8<tensions 21i784 workin& &ro p t%at %as F st la nc%ed acti*ities on re' irement definitions and sol tion specification for s ita(le o*erload control mec%anisms at t%e 1iameter protocol la!er. ,n t%is topic, t%e followin& doc ments are nder disc ssion wit%in t%e I8TF 1i78 workin& &ro pI 1efinition of t%e re' irementsI o 1iameter ,*erload $ontrol Re' irements 2draft+ietf+dime+o*erload+re's+614 Proposed sol tionsI o 1iameter ,*erload $ontrol )pplication 2draft+kor%onen+dime+o*l+66.t<t4 o ) 7ec%anism for 1iameter ,*erload $ontrol 2draft+roac%+dime+o*erload+ctrl+614

3;PP s%o ld le*era&e t%e work done in I8TF and consider possi(le impacts on 1iameter protocol end points (e%a*io r and an! ot%er c%an&es potentiall! re' ired in 3;PP Sta&e 3 specifications to s pport o*erload control mec%anisms on 1iameter interface for 3;PP application. 8*en if related, t%is st d! will not co*er an! iss e related to network transport con&estion nor o*erload mec%anisms o*er ot%er protocols t%an 1iameter. $!%ectives to: to in*esti&ate possi(le en%ancements of t%e 1iameter (ase protocol and e<istin& 1iameter applications to s pport o*erload control mec%anisms in 3;PP core networks (! ( ildin& pon t%e work done in t%e related feasi(ilit! st d! FS3$-, 2p (lis%ed in 3;PP TR 23."#34 as well as t%e res lts of t%e work done in t%e I8TF 1i78 workin& &ro p. T%is St d! Item will co*erI

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Identification of t%e set of re' irements for an impro*ed o*erload control mec%anism o*er 1iameter (ased si&nallin& interfaces sed in 3;PP core networks. Some of t%e re' irements ma! (e common to all t%e 1iameter applications defined (! 3;PP, some ot%ers can (e specific to a &i*en application or a network confi& ration. Identification , e*al ation and selection of candidate sol tions for o*erload control mec%anisms, incl din&I o o o o o 7ec%anisms to detect o*erload sit ations e.&. notification of 1iameter end+point si&nallin& loadU 7ec%anisms to e<c%an&e o*erload control policies (etween 1iameter end+pointsU 1etails on t%e e<pected (e%a*io r of 3;PP core network nodes s pportin& t%e defined o*erload control mec%anism 21iameter end+points and 1iameter a&ent4U 8*al ation of t%e impacts of t%e proposed sol tion2s4 on e<istin& 1iameter+(ased Tec%nical Specifications and 1iameter (ased si&nallin& networks 2internal operator networks, inter+operator network 2e.&. IP:44. Recommendations on t%e sol tions to select dependin& of t%e applica(ilit! conte<t 2interfaces, application, network, etc.4

T%is St d! Item will contri( te to t%e work done wit%in t%e I8TF 1iameter 7aintenance and 8<tensions 21i784 workin& &ro p on 1iameter o*erload control, t%ro &% official liaison statement from 3;PP or compan!+dri*en indi*id al contri( tions, w%ic% incl desI Pro*ide feed(ack from 3;PP on t%e definition of t%e re' irement for 1iameter o*erload control mec%anismsU $ontri( te to t%e specification of t%e I8TF standard mec%anism for o*erload control o*er 1iameter.

T%e res lts of t%e st d! will (e sed to initiate t%e re' ired c%an&e re' ests a&ainst t%e related 3;PP Sta&e 3 specifications to s pport o*erload control mec%anisms on 1iameter interface for 3;PP applications. T%is work will (e s pported (! dedicated work items in a later sta&e. $T3 and S)9 will (e kept informed of t%e pro&ress of t%e work done nder t%is St d! Item and will (e in*ol*ed in t%e re*iew of t%e related doc ments (efore completion.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: =lack=err!, Sams n&, -okia, ? alcomm "usti#ication $laimin& s pport for a &i*en release of 3;PP translates into t%e re' irement to s pport all t%e mandator! feat res specified for t%at release. T%is re' irement is often fo nd to (e a s perset of t%e re' irements act all! e<pressed (! t%e c stomers for 3;PP de*ices. T%is relates in partic lar to some of t%e mandator! feat res specified for 5SI7, ISI7 and t%e related Toolkit aspects 2respecti*el! fo nd in TS 31.162, TS 31.163 and TS 31.1114, as it appears t%at t%ere is no intent to se some of t%ose mandator! feat res in t%e field. Wit% a *iew to (est address t%eir c stomerPs re' irements, t%e 78 man fact rers tailor t%eir implementation to t%e act al re' irements e<pressed and to t%eir nderstandin& of w%ic% feat res are fo nd to (e sed in t%e field. T%e c rrent set of $T6 specifications does not allow for s c% profilin& of feat res. $!%ective ) re*iew of t%e feat res and t%eir mandator!@optional s pport in t%e li&%t of act al se or demand in t%e field is to (e cond cted. ) tec%nical report will doc ment t%e F stification for t%e s pport of feat res identified as not (ein& implemented or re' ired 2e.&. from S)1 re' irements4. W%en a common nderstandin& is reac%ed a(o t a potential need for a modification of t%e re' ired s pport of a feat re, it will (e listed for f rt%er consideration (! $T6. S%o ld an! normati*e work (e deri*ed from t%e content of t%e st d!, it will (e carried o t as part of a separate work item.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, >eriAon Wireless, Intel, R niper, $isco, $%ina 7o(ile, ,ran&e, C awei, HT8 In*esti&ate introd cin& an :7.+(ased protocol 2e.&. S,)P, Restf l CTTP, etc.4 (etween )F and P$RF for non+I7S applications. "usti#ication 7o(ile network operators need to s pport applications %osted (! t%emsel*es or (! 3rd part! data application pro*iders. T%e application pro*ider can interact wit% t%e mo(ile operator *ia t%e R< interface. )pplications like I7S se t%e 1iameter protocol on R< interface. Cowe*er 3rd part! we( application pro*iders are more familiar wit% :7. (ased protocols. In order for a mo(ile operator to s pport t%e ma<im m n m(er of applications, an :7. (ased access of t%e )F to t%e P$RF s%o ld (e pro*ided. $!%ective: to in*esti&ate t%e introd ction of an :7. (ased protocol 2e.&. S,)P, Restf l CTTP, etc.4 (etween t%e )F and t%e P$RF for t%e case of non I7S applications. T%e scope of t%is work will (e to pro*ide an :7. (ased e' i*alent to t%e 1iameter (ased si&nallin& t%at is presentl! specified in TS 20.21#. T%is St d! Item will co*erI t%e in*esti&ation of t%e followin& alternati*esI 1. :7. (ased protocol (etween )F and P$RF 2. )ddin& a new protocol con*erter 2as a stand+alone entit!4 (etween P$RF and )F t%e in*esti&ation of a s ita(le transport protocol for :7. c%ar&in& iss es in case of 3rd part! SPs 2see W74 sec rit! iss es 2see W"4 t%e in*esti&ation of roamin& and si&nallin& ro tin& aspects 2e.&. 1R) %andlin& and ot%ers aspects4

If t%e res lts of t%e st d! do not indicate sta&e 2 impacts, t%e! will (e sed to initiate t%e re' ired c%an&e re' ests a&ainst t%e e<istin& 3;PP Sta&e 3 specifications or to work+o t a new sta&e 3 TS. ,t%erwise, sta&e 2 work will (e performed first in t%e appropriate W; 2e.&. S)24. Charging Aspects: S)9 to (e contacted for t%e interface wit% 3rd part SP a(o t c%ar&in& of t%e 3rd part!.

Security Aspects: S)3 to (e contacted for t%e interface wit% 3rd part SP a(o t potential sec rit! iss es for t%is work s c% as a t%entication and a t%oriAation re' irements, and protection of operatorsP network information.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 1e tsc%e Telekom, =el&acom, 8ricsson, )TET, Telecom Italia Inform $T1 a(o t pro&ress. 1oc ment end+to+end se cases and si&nallin& flows (ased on t%e roamin& arc%itect re for >oice o*er I7S wit% .ocal =reako t "usti#ication 3;PP %as now specified roamin& for >o.T8 I7S s!stems wit%in different specifications for )rc%itect re, Si&nallin& and also c%ar&in& aspects. -e*ert%eless t%e operator pro*idin& >o.T8 roamin& will %a*e to collect all information from se*eral doc ments wit%in t%e 3;PP standards s ite. F rt%ermore t%ere is no compre%ensi*e description for interconnection networks w%ic% defines t%e specific capa(ilities t%at are re' ired (! t%ese networks to s pport >o.T8 roamin&. T%is is of special importance, since t%e mo(ile roamin& concepts re' ire interconnection capa(ilities s pported (! Interconnection networks (e!ond t%ose re' ired for e.&. >oIP Interconnection (etween wire+line networks. T%is is different from t%e introd ction of ;S7 roamin& w%ere t%e roamin& concepts did not make se of an! capa(ilities in Interconnection networks w%ic% were not alread! defined and deplo!ed for wire+line Interconnection. T%ere is no doc ment a*aila(le w%ic% s%ows t%e related end to end scenarios for roamin& incl din& t%e call termination in t%e %ome or ot%er networks and for Interconnection networks in t%e roamin& case (etween *isited and %ome network and *ice *ersa. $T3 %as pro*ided a profilin& of t%e II+--I w%ic% %elps for S.)s and profilin& t%e interconnection interface. = t t%e important information for t%e *isited network to send and t%e rele*ant parameters for t%e interconnection interface or transit network to %andle are missin&. ) f rt%er ad*anta&e of t%is work will res lt in collectin& and representin& information w%ic% is spread o*er different doc ments. T%is is important to identif! and later on close possi(le &aps in t%e c rrent specification of >o.T8 roamin&. T% s operators will no lon&er (e conf sed w%en startin& roamin&, interconnection and mi<ed scenarios wit%o t an clear & ideline. $!%ective: to doc ment end to end se cases and si&nallin& flows (ased on t%e roamin& arc%itect re for >oice o*er I7S wit% .ocal =reako t. T%e work s%all s mmariAe contents of e<istin& 3;PP Tec%nical Specifications. T%e scenarios sed s%o ld co*er se cases w%ere roamin& applies. In case &aps are identified w%ic% needs c%an&e of specifications t%e needed $Rs will (e presented to t%e responsi(le &ro p wit%in t%e scope of t%e related WI1.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: ;emalto, $)TR, $%ina 7o(ile, $omprion, ;iesecke E 1e*rient, 7orp%o $ards, ,(ert% r Tec%nolo&ies, >).I1 Sol ciones Tecnolo&icas ;at%erin& of all ISI7+related conformance re' irements and t%e assessment of $T6 co*era&e.
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"usti#ication )lt%o &% some test cases are defined in t%e R)-9 and $T6 sets of test specifications, t%ere is no dedicated test specification for terminal s pportin& ISI7. In order to assess w%et%er t%e c rrent test cases pro*ide s fficient co*era&e, t%ere is a need to %a*e a clear listin& of t%e conformance re' irements for ISI7 testin&. It is proposed t%at $T6 lists t%ose conformance re' irements and indicates w%ic% conformance re' irements are alread! co*ered (! t%e $T6 test specifications. T%e o tcome of t%e work will allow R)-9 to re*iew t%eir e<istin& ISI7+related test cases and en%ance t%em as needed. $!%ective: to de*elop a tec%nical report listin& t%e conformance re' irements e<tracted from TS 31.163. T%is tec%nical report will t%en (e a (asis for a &ap anal!sis of test co*era&e and t%e s (se' ent de*elopment of test cases to *erif! t%e conformance of Terminals wit% feat res for t%e ISI7 application. &0 0xpected $utput and ,i e scale
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Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 7o(ile, CiSilicon T%is st d! will anal!Ae t%e implications of pdates on s (scri(er data s%ared for a massi*e n m(er of s (scri(ers, w%at se cases s%all (e co*ered and possi(le impacted applica(le interfaces. It will also anal!Ae w%et%er it is re' ired to standardiAe an! sol tion to miti&ate identified implications, and if so, a sol tion s%all (e c%osen amon& different possi(le alternati*es. "usti#ication In t%e 3;PP I7S network, t%e ser*ice data are stored (! t%e application ser*ers in t%e CSS as transparent data. = t in t%e deplo!ment, some ser*ice data e.&. I7S $)78. ser*ice information, mi&%t (e pro*isioned in t%e I7S CSS, and t%en t%e I7S )S retrie*es t%e data from t%e CSS w%en t%e I7S )S is powered on or w%en t%e ser is re&istered in t%e I7S or w%en t%ere is a terminatin& call reac%in& t%e ser. It is t%e same for some ot%er ser*ice data especiall! t%ose s%ared wit% $S s pplementar! ser*ices. In t%ese cases, sometimes one or se*eral attri( tes of t%e ser*ice data are commonl! s%ared (! m ltiple s (scri(ers, t%en if one of t%ese common attri( tes are modified, t%e pro*isionin& s!stem pdates all affected s (scri(ers in CSS, t% s t%e CSS needs to notif! t%e pdated ser*ice data to t%e I7S )S for eac% s (scri(er impacted. )part from t%e need of pdate of s%ared ser*ice data for m ltiple s (scri(ers from t%e CSS to t%e )S, massi*e data pdates on CSS mi&%t %a*e an impact on ot%er CSS interfaces, for e<ample o*er $< interface, t%e pdate of t%e s%ared I7S S (scription data for m ltiple s (scri(ers from t%e CSS to t%e S+$S$F. T%is iss e &enericall! applies w%en some common s (scription data is s%ared amon& $S@PS@8PS network, and t%en if t%e s%ared s (scription data is pdated in t%e C.R@CSS, t%e C.R@CSS needs to pdate t%e >.R@S;S-@778 for all impacted s (scri(ers. $!%ectives: + + + )nal!se t%e implications of pdates on s (scri(er data s%ared for a massi*e n m(er of s (scri(ers, w%at se cases s%all (e co*ered and possi(le impacted applica(le interfaces. )nal!se w%et%er it is re' ired to standardiAe an! sol tion to miti&ate identified implications. T%is ma! re' ire S)9 contri( tion and@or re*iew. If standardiAation is re' ired, a sol tion s%all (e c%osen amon& different possi(le alternati*es. T%is ma! impact (ot% sta&e 2 and sta&e 3.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, $%ina 7o(ile, 1e tsc%e Telekom, C awei, .; 8lectronics, 7otorola, Researc% in 7otion, Sams n&, ST+8ricsson, Telecom Italia, >odafone, HT8. "usti#ication S)1 %as created TS 22.36" to list Ser*ice re' irements and optimiAation cate&ories for 7ac%ine+T!pe $omm nications 27T$4 in Rel+16. T%e TS is considered sta(le as of ) & 2660. To f ll! s pport t%e S)1 ser*ice re' irements and optimiAation cate&ories, and in order to impro*e efficienc! in ;8R)- to %andle 7T$, it is necessar! to st d! ;8R)- tec%nical en%ancements needed for s pportin& 7T$. Some e<amples for optimisin& ;8R)- for 7T$ de*ices are radio reso rce allocation met%ods for a lar&e n m(er of 7ac%ines in t%e same cell wit% low@no mo(ilit!, 7T$ de*ice addressin& formats, power sa*in& mec%anisms for se*eral 727 application scenarios, fle<i(le ltra+low d t! c!cle, low data sa&e 2$S or PS4 and e<tra link ( d&et for weat%er@t%eft@*andalism proofin& 2e.&. %ea*il! s%ielded antenna4. )not%er important iss e is %ow t%e lar&e n m(er of 7T$ will infl ence t%e ;8R)- performance. T%e M;ro p (ased s!stem optimiAation cate&or!M identified in TS 22.36" indicates area of impro*ement in t%e a(ilit! of t%e s!stem to efficientl! ser*e 7T$ applications t%at relate to a &ro p of 7T$ de*ices. 7T$ applications ma! in*ol*e t%e deplo!ment of a &ro p of 7T$ de*ices t%at are owned and operated (! a sin&le 7T$ c stomer and as s c% t%e 7T$ c stomer and t%e 7-, ma! treat t%e &ro p as a sin&le entit! 2indi*id al 7T$ de*ices are not *isi(le from t%e network and no &ro p optimiAation is foreseen in s c% a case4. W%ene*er an! 7T$ de*ice is *isi(le from t%e network, it is anticipated t%at &ro p pa&in& iss es and new &ro p (roadcast mec%anisms as well as optimised access proced res are st died. 7ost 7T$ de*ices are e<pected to re' ire low data (andwidt% and to (e eit%er of t%e 7o(ile ,ri&inated or 7o(ile Terminated t!pe. T%is opens p opport nities to define a MT%in 7odemM or a collection of modem t!pes 2e.&. (roadcast onl! de*ices are 7T onl!4. $!%ective St d! ;8R)- en%ancements for ;8R)- to impro*e t%e s pport for 7T$ considerin& t%eir specific re' irements and optimiAation cate&ories identified (! S)1 St d! t%e (o nds on t%e n m(er of possi(le 7T$ de*ices t%at can (e s pported in a ;8R)- cell and possi(le impact on t%e R)$C capacit!, c%annel capacit!, de*ice addressin& formats, etc. St d! ;8R)- en%ancements w%ic% ena(le or impro*e efficient se of R)- reso rces and@or w%ic% lower comple<it! w%en a lar&e n m(er of 7T$ de*ices are ser*ed. Impacts of radio interference d e to t%e lar&e n m(er of 7T$ de*ices in a cell s%all (e in*esti&ated. 8*al ate possi(le network arc%itect ral c%an&es to s pport =roadcast@;ro p Pa&in& en%ancements, low latenc! impacts and possi(le 7, onl! or 7T onl! de*ices. Identif! potential opport nities in specif!in& MT%in 7odemM de*ice t!pes for 7T$. In*esti&ate ltra low power 7T$ de*icesI prolon&ed period (etween transmission@reception, occasional acti*e se, optimised for minimal data onl! applications wit% no mo(ilit! s pport, etc. St d! wa!s to red ce si&nallin& latenc! and minimise ser plane data o*er%ead St d! wa!s to pro*ide prioritisation@deprioritisation of 7T$ de*ice comm nication in t%e R)St d! wa!s to distri( te t%e loadin& 2si&nallin& and data4 created (! 7T$ de*ice comm nication to a*oid si&nallin&@traffic spikes in t%e R)-

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, >odafone, )lcatel+. cent, $%ina 7o(ile, Telecom Italia, C awei, HT8, 8ricsson "usti#ication 1 e to t%e need to red ce ener&! cons mption wit%in operatorsP networks, and considerin& t%e lar&e amo nt of ;S7@81;8 network e' ipment deplo!ed in t%e field aro nd t%e world, t%e standardisation of met%ods to sa*e ener&! in =TS is seen as an important area of st d! for 3;PP. T%ere %as not (een a lar&e amo nt of foc s on ener&!+sa*in& in ;S7@81;8 networks so far in 3;PP, alt%o &% some sol tions %a*e (een a&reed in pre*io s Releases, nota(l! 7$=TS. T%erefore it is proposed to start an initial st d! p%ase to identif! sol tions and perform an! initial e*al ation, s c% t%at a s (set of t%ese proposals can (e sed as t%e (asis for f rt%er in*esti&ation of t%eir feasi(ilit!. $!%ective: to st d! potential sol tions ena(lin& ener&! sa*in& wit%in t%e =TS 2incl din& 7$=TS and 7SR4 (!I

Red ction of Power on t%e =$$C carrier 2potentiall! ena(lin& d!namic adF stment of =$$C power4 Red ction of power on 1. common control c%annels Red ction of power on 1. c%annels in dedicated mode, 1T7 and packet transfer mode 1eacti*ation of cells 2e.&. $ell Power 1own and $ell 1T: like concepts as disc ssed in R)-4 1eacti*ation of ot%er R)Ts in areas wit% m lti+R)T deplo!ments, for e<ample, w%ere t%e mo(ile station co ld assist t%e network to s spend@minimise specific in+ se R)Ts at specific times of da! )nd an! ot%er radio interface impacted power red ction sol tions.

T%e sol tions identified in t%is st d! item s%all also consider t%e followin& aspectsI Impacts on t%e time for le&ac! and new mo(ile stations to &ain access to ser*ice from t%e =TS Impacts on le&ac! and new mo(ile stations to keep t%e on&oin& ser*ice 2wit%o t increasin& drop rate4 Impacts on le&ac! and new mo(ile stations implementation and power cons mption, e.&. d e to red ction in 1. power, cell 2re+4selection performance, %ando*er performance, etc. Impacts on 5.@1. co*era&e (alance, especiall! to $S *oice

Sol tions s%all (e considered for (ot% =TS ener&! sa*in& non+s pportin& and s pportin& mo(ile stations 2i.e. sol tions t%at are non+(ackwards compati(le towards le&ac! mo(ile stations s%all (e o t of t%e scope of t%is st d!4.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 7o(ile, C awei, >odafone, HT8, -S-, 8ricsson Tri&&ered (! Rel+" TR #9.01# St d! 7 lti+5ser+Re sin& ,ne Timeslot 275R,S4 5I1396906 and Rel+0 >)7,S 5I13#26662
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,1< Title ;0;80 <%lti-=ser-Re%sin 5ne -i*eslot '<=R5S) 420002 :oice ser$ices o$er Ad"pti$e <%lti-%ser c#"nnels on 5ne Slot ':A<5S) +ature of relatio#s4ip Rel-C St%dy ite* Rel-8 2or3 ite*

"usti#ication >)7,S %as (een specified as a Rel+0 feat re and was e<pected to t%eoreticall! do (le t%e *oice capacit! of ;8R)per =TS transcei*er. $apacit! &ains of >)7,S %a*e %owe*er (een seen from s!stem le*el sim lations to *ar! si&nificantl! dependin& on t%e fre' enc! load of t%e network. In networks wit% relati*el! %i&% fre' enc! load t%e possi(le s!stem capacit! increase (ro &%t (! >)7,S co ld t% s res lt in de&raded call ' alit!. $all ' alit! in t%e network ma! rel! pon factors w%ic% were not modelled@co*ered in t%e 75R,S st d!, s c% as radio reso rce mana&ement and interference coordination@miti&ation mec%anisms. Cence it is desira(le to e<plore standardiAation wa!s in t%ese and@or ot%er possi(le areas to optimiAe t%e call ' alities of >)7,S networks. $!%ective: st d!

to impro*e t%e call ' alit! of paired mo(iles and non+paired mo(iles (! optimiAin& radio reso rce mana&ement mec%anisms for >)7,S to in*esti&ate network impro*ements tiliAin& network s!nc%roniAation, incl din& t%e se of inter+cell interference coordination@miti&ation and inter+cell c%annel state s%arin& in and (etween =SSU to a*oid an! impact on $ore -etwork to a*oid an! impact on (ase station %ardware to a*oid an! impact on mo(ile station .

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:i#is4 28J0CJ201 4 (o p ;;N G0perli#' I4110888 +otes I4EA1 co*pletion 0;J14FG0CJ14. I4E;0 "ppro$ed 2,@ '*o+ile co%co%). TR 4(.C02 +a e Stu"0 o# G*R!+ e#4a#%e e#ts for -o3ile <ata !ppli%atio#s

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, $%ina 7o(ile, Telecom Italia, >odafone, HT8, -S-, Researc% in 7otion, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, Renesas, )lcatel+. cent Tri&&ered (! R)-D91 27ar 26114 WI1 in RP+116#9# 2.T8 R)- 8n%ancements for 1i*erse 1ata )pplications4 5I13916631 "usti#ication In recent !ears, mo(ile networks %a*e e<perienced a si&nificant increase of mo(ile data. 1i*erse mo(ile applications are introd ced (! mac%ine t!pe comm nication and % man t!pe comm nication. T%e increase of mo(ile data %as introd ced new c%allen&es to mo(ile networks. )s t%e sa&e and ran&e of applications sed toda! for % man comm nication, s c% as I7 c%attin&, CTTP@W)P (rowsin&, and social network, p s% ser*ices etc. increases 2and are more fre' entl! sed in parallel4, c%allen&es to t%e mo(ile network increase as t%e total amo nt of related traffic is increasin& si&nificantl!. Cowe*er, it is essential to ens re t%at t%e ser e<perience for t%ese applications s%o ld (e eit%er impro*ed or maintained, compared wit% t%e ser e<perience toda!, w%ile ens rin& efficient se of network reso rces 2considerin& si&nallin& efficienc!, reso rce tiliAation etc.4, and minimiAin& (atter! cons mption. )s well as t%e performance re' irements, c%aracteristics of t%e traffic also pose pro(lems to networksI for e<ample, se' ences of fre' ent s%ort transmissions from t%e same mo(ile 2s c% as from I7, stat s pdates etc.4 in ' ick s ccession at t%e application la!er c rrentl! ma! res lt in rapid transitions in t%e access network from idle to acti*e and *ice *ersa. )s a res lt, ;8R)- needs to st d! and identif! t%e impacts from t%ese applications on e<istin& mec%anisms and potentiall! consider new mec%anisms 2if re' ired4 to ens re t%at networks can cope wit% t%is traffic and make efficient sa&e of t%e a*aila(le reso rces w%ile meetin& t%e a(o*e+mentioned performance re' irements. $!%ective: In order to make t%e ;8R)- network (etter s ited for mo(ile data applications sed on m lti+taskin& capa(le mo(ile stations, e.&. I7 c%attin&, CTTP@W)P (rowsin& ser*ices 2incl din& streamin&4, social network ser*ices, etc , t%is st d! aims to consider t%e followin& o(Fecti*esI o o o St d! and identif! t%e rele*ant traffic profiles from ;8R)- perspecti*e for t%e mo(ile data application of % man comm nication, e.&. I7 c%attin&, CTTP@W)P (rowsin& 2incl din& streamin&4, social network ser*ice, etc. St d! t%e impact on ;8R)- network (ased on t%e identified traffic profiles. St d! en%ancements to alle*iate t%e impacts from t%ese traffic patterns on t%e c rrent ;8R)- networks 2if an!4 wit% re&ards toI o o o o Radio reso rce tiliAation Si&nallin& proced res RR states and transition (etween t%em =atter! lifetime

T%e identified en%ancements to (etter %andle t%e mo(ile data application s%o ld not impact t%e $S ser*ices.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, -okia, $om+Researc%, Telecom Italia "usti#ication T%e rapid &lo(alisation of t%e smart p%one market is p ttin& press re on le&ac! 81;8 networks to impro*e t%ro &%p t and spectr m efficienc!. To meet t%e demands on t%ro &%p t and spectr m efficienc!, 7I7, for downlink pro*ides an interestin& prospect (eca se it neit%er p ts too %i&% re' irements on .T8 ena(led smart de*ices nor on le&ac! 81;8 networks. )ll .T8 ena(led smart de*ices come wit% two recei*e antennas, w%ic% is a *al a(le radio asset t%at s%o ld (e f ll! tilised. Similarl!, le&ac! 81;8 networks are often confi& red wit% two transmit antennas to s pport air com(inin& or transmit di*ersit!. Performance e*al ation s (mitted to ;8R)-D9# in ;P+126762, to ;8R)-D99 in ;P+121610 and ;P+121636 and to ;8R)-D96 in ;P+1212#" s%ows potential of t%is tec%ni' e to s pport si&nificantl! %i&%er data peak t%ro &%p t compared to 8;PRS and 8;PRS2+) and as well as impro*in& t%e spectral efficienc!. $!%ective: to in*esti&ate t%e feasi(ilit! of sin&le ser 7I7, in t%e downlink for PS data ser*ices incl din& 8;PRS and 8;PRS2+). For 7I7, s pport, two operational modes are foreseenI a4 spatial m ltiple<in& mode (ased on d al stream 2<2 7I7, and (4 sin&le stream di*ersit! mode (ased on eit%er 7SR1 or T< di*ersit! in com(ination wit% 7SR1. In &eneral, t%e SI s%all aim to re+ se as m c% as possi(le e<istin& f nctionalit! in ;8R)- and e<istin& spatial c%annel models and principles sed for 5TR)- and 8+5TR)-. Followin& aspects are meant to (e co*ered (! t%e st d!I 1. 7 ltiple<in& wit% le&ac! 7SI To s pport m ltiple<in& of a 7I7, capa(le 7S wit% a le&ac! 7S, temporar! fall+(ack to a sin&le stream s%all (e ass med. 2. Trainin& se' ence sa&eI T%e st d! s%all take trainin& se' ences introd ced for >)7,S as workin& ass mption. Proposals for re+optimised trainin& se' ence sets (ased on common ass mptions will (e considered if t%e new sets can replace t%e >)7,S trainin& se' ence pairs wit% (etter performance incl din& mi<ed *oice and data interference scenario. 3. R.$@7)$ and core network protocolsI =ot% R.$@7)$ and core network protocols s%all (e (ased on 1.1$ mode w%ere possi(le. #. .ink and 7ode )daptationI $%annel ' alit! reportin& (! 7S to s pport mode adaptation s%all (e in*esti&ated. )daptation (etween followin& modes s%o ld (e in*esti&atedI a. Sin&le stream di*ersit! mode (ased on eit%er 7SR1 or T< di*ersit! in com(ination wit% 7SR1 (. 1 al stream in spatial m ltiple<in& mode 22<2 7I7,4 9. Terminal impactsI T%e s pport of spatial m ltiple<in& mode and di*ersit! mode reception of 8;PRS and@or 8;PRS2+) for m lti+mode 7S arc%itect res s%all (e in*esti&ated. 6. -etwork confi& rationsI T%e st d! s%all in*esti&ate different =TS CW confi& rations t%at are a(le to s pport 7I7, in a t!pical network pro*ided wit% le&ac! CW. 7. Performance re' irementsI T%e performance of 7I7, s%all (e e*al ated o*er t%e SI-R ran&e rele*ant in ;8R)- networks. ". $ompati(ilit! to le&ac! ser*ices @ e' ipmentI a. )*oid an! ne&ati*e impact to speec% and data performance w%ile t%e priorit! is &i*en to a*oidin& ne&ati*e impact to le&ac! speec% ser*ice. (. )*oid an! %ardware impact d e to t%e introd ction of 7I7, to t%e (ase station and mo(ile station, ass min& t%e mo(ile station alread! s pports di*ersit! antenna reception. 0. $%annel modellin&I T%e Spatial $%annel 7odel de*eloped (! 3;PP TS; R)- 2see TR 29."1# and TS36.1614 s%all (e sed wit% appropriate modifications e.&. to adF st it to t%e radio c%annels considered in 3;PP TS; ;8R)- to s pport t%e st d!. 16. )n! tec%ni' e t%at re' ires c%an&es to 7$S desi&n for ;S7@81;8 s%all not (e part of t%e st d!.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 7o(ile, 8ricsson, C awei, -okia, HT8, 7ediaTek, )lcatel+. cent, -S.inked to Rel+12 Feat re 7T$e, Sta&e 2 ==3I 58 Power $ons mptions ,ptimiAations 258P$,P4
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"usti#ication Power cons mption is in &eneral important for mo(ile ser e' ipment, ( t is of special importance for 7T$ de*ices. T%e importance is increasin& alon& wit% a &rowin& pop lation of 7T$ de*ices. T%e importance of st d!in& power sa*in& mec%anisms for 7T$ de*ices is ill strated in t%e followin& scenariosI For 7T$ de*ices t%at r n on (atter!, power sa*in& mec%anisms can e<tend t%e (atter! lifetime and red ce t%e cost of c%an&in& or c%ar&in& (atteries for a lar&e amo nt of de*ices. In addition, for t%ose 7T$ de*ices wit% irreplacea(le (atteries, lon&er (atter! lifetime means lon&er de*ices lifec!cle and t% s a red ction in t%e cost of de*ices replacement. For 7T$ de*ices wit% e<ternal power s ppl!, power sa*in& mec%anisms will mean lower power cons mption and t% s impro*ed for ener&! efficienc!.

,ne important se case is 7T$ de*ices t%at onl! %a*e mo(ile ori&inatin& traffic, e.&. meterin&, fleet mana&ement, prod ct flow mana&ement etc. )not%er important ses case is stationar! or low mo(ilit! de*ices e.&. electricit! meterin& de*ices, relics protection de*ices, anti+in*asion s!stem de*ices etc. For t%ese se cases power sa*in& mec%anisms are essential. $!%ectives: Identif! 7T$ se cases and traffic models w%ere 7T$ de*ices wo ld (enefit from power sa*in&s In*esti&ate possi(le tec%ni' es to red ce t%e power cons mption of 7T$ de*ices 8*al ate t%e possi(le &ains in terms of ener&! sa*in&s 8*al ate t%e possi(le impacts of power sa*in& tec%ni' es on de*ice performance )*oid an! ne&ati*e impact on le&ac! *oice and data ser*ices )*oid an! %ardware impact on infrastr ct re e' ipment. )*oid an! %ardware impact on =TS and 7T$ de*ices

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, >odafone, $%ina 7o(ile, 7ediaTek, HT8, Telecom Italia Tri&&ered (! increase in 5. connections to (e ser*ed (! PS domain in ;S7 networks 2scenariosI ;S7 fre' encies refarmin& to ot%er R)Ts, emer&ence of 7T$ ser*ices o*er mo(ile radio networks4 "usti#ication In t%e near f t re a remarka(le increase is e<pected in t%e n m(er of plink connections re' ired to (e ser*ed (! t%e packet switc%ed 2PS4 domain in ;S7 networks. 8<ample scenarios foreseen incl de refarmin& of ;S7 fre' encies to ot%er radio access tec%nolo&ies, and t%e emer&ence of 7T$ ser*ices o*er mo(ile radio networks. For packet data c%annels s%ared (! a n m(er of connections wit% small amo nts of data@si&nallin& waitin& to (e transmitted, 5. 75+7I7, ma! (e considered to meet t%e a(o*e demand pro*ided t%at t%ere is no ne&ati*e impact to le&ac! ser*ices, or t%at an! limitations in operation on (ot% t%e plink and t%e downlink are introd ced. It is anticipated t%at if more t%an 16 parallel connections are esta(lis%ed on one P1$C, t%e capacit! of t%e correspondin& PT$$C will (e e<ceeded and remarka(le losses co ld (e o(ser*ed as a conse' ence d e to t%e need to pdate t%e T) sin& si&nallin& radio (locks deli*ered on t%e P)$$C and conse' entl! red cin& capacit! and t%ro &%p t on t%e P1T$C. In t%is case 5. 75+7I7, %as t%erefore to a*oid t%e a(o*e mentioned remarka(le losses. $!%ective: 1eri*e a traffic model for t%e t!pes, formats, packet inter+arri*al time and packet siAes of t%e information e<pected to (e transmitted (! connections wit% small amo nts of data@si&nallin&. 8*al ate t%e s!stem le*el performance of 5. 75+7I7, wit% network confi& rations incl din& refarmin& scenarios. 8*al ate link le*el performance sin& SI-R ran&es rele*ant in ;8R)- networks. 7odel aspects like plink sc%ed lin&, control si&nallin& o*er%ead 2for e<ample w%en PT$$C capacit! is e<ceeded and P)$$C %as to (e sed for T) pdate4, link ' alit! control and power control. In*esti&ate t%e compati(ilit! wit% le&ac! mo(ile stations, e.&. w%et%er or not a mo(ile station s pportin& 5. 75+7I7, can (e m ltiple<ed wit% a le&ac! mo(ile station. Identif! sol tions in terms of en%ancements of plink sc%ed lin& efficienc! of 5. 75+7I7,. Identif! sol tions in terms of en%ancements of t%e T) pdate proced re, w%ic% are a(le to a*oid all t%e a(o*e mentioned losses w%ene*er t%e PT$$C capacit! is e<ceeded and P)$$C %as to (e sed for T) pdate w%en 5. 75+7I7, is in se, wit%o t introd cin& an! impact to an! le&ac! ser*ice on (ot% t%e plink and t%e downlink. )*oid an! draw(ack, ne&ati*e impact, limitation for an! le&ac! ser*ice on (ot% t%e plink and t%e downlink. )*oid an! %ardware impact to t%e (ase station. 7inimiAe an! %ardware impact to t%e mo(ile station w%ilst impact on (atter! life s%o ld (e a*oided.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: Polaris Wireless, )TET, T%ales+)lenia, Tr ePosition, )ndrew $orporation, Stoke Incorporated, )lcatel+. cent, )&ilent, =7Wi .inked to Rel+16 WI on Incl sion of RF Pattern 7atc%in& Tec%nolo&ies as a positionin& met%od in t%e 5TR)2.$S357TS3RFP7T4 5I13#66669 "usti#ication RF Pattern 7atc%in& tec%nolo&ies %a*e (een tiliAed for location in ;S7 and 57TS networks worldwide for commercial location ser*ices, 8mer&enc! location ser*ices and for ;o*ernment .awf l Intercept applications. T%e tec%nolo&! s%o ld (e s pported in .T8 to allow c rrent ser*ice pro*iders to maintain t%eir .$S capa(ilities as t%e! mi&rate t%eir networks to .T8. RF Pattern 7atc%in& is an e<cellent complement to )+;PS (eca se it is not a p rel! time+(ased &eometrical location met%od. T%is pro*ides en%anced acc rac! performance in %i&% m ltipat% en*ironments like t%e dense r(an core and ( ildin& interiors. $!%ectiveI to e*al ate t%e se of meas rements for positionin&, w%ic% are c rrentl! specified for 58 and e-ode= for ot%er p rposes ( t are not c rrentl! incl ded in .PP and .PPa, for an RF Pattern 7atc%in& positionin& tec%nolo&! in .T8. T%e RFP7 performance wit% t%ese meas rements will (e compared to t%e RFP7 performance (ased on t%e meas rements c rrentl! specified for t%e 8$I1 location met%od. T%e implementation co ld (e an 8+S7.$ (ased e-ode=+assisted location ser*ice sin& e<istin& 8+5TR)meas rements w%ic% are pro*ided to t%e 8+S7.$ *ia t%e .PPa positionin& protocol and 58+assisted location ser*ice sin& e<istin& 58 meas rements 2RSRP, RSR? and 58 R<+T< time difference onl!4 w%ic% are pro*ided to t%e 8+S7.$ *ia .PP positionin& protocol. T%is st d! item is intended to complement alread! standardiAed location met%ods and e<istin& location work items.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: >odafone, 8ricsson, IP Wireless, C awei, -okia, -S-, ST+8ricsson, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, 7ediatek, HT8, )lcatel+. cent, -8$, TeliaSonera, )TET, ? alcomm, Sams n&, e7o(ile, Intel, TelefSnica, Son!, Son! 8 rope, $%ina 7o(ile, Renesas 7o(ile, ,ran&e "usti#ication )s .T8 deplo!ments e*ol*e, operators wo ld like to red ce t%e cost of o*erall network maintenance (! minimisin& t%e n m(er of R)Ts. 7ac%ine+T!pe $omm nications 27T$4 is a market t%at is likel! to contin e e<pandin& in t%e f t re. 7an! 7T$ de*ices are tar&etin& low+end 2low cost, low data rate4 applications t%at can (e %andled ade' atel! (! ;S7@;PRS. ,win& to t%e low cost of t%ese de*ices and &ood co*era&e of ;S7@;PRS, t%ere is *er! little moti*ation for 7T$ de*ice s ppliers to se mod les s pportin& t%e .T8 radio interface. )s more and more 7T$ de*ices are deplo!ed in t%e field, t%is nat rall! increases t%e reliance on ;S7@;PRS networks. T%is will cost operators not onl! in terms of maintainin& m ltiple R)Ts, ( t also pre*ent operators to reap t%e ma<im m (enefit o t of t%eir spectr m 2&i*en t%e non+optimal spectr m efficienc! of ;S7@;PRS4. ;i*en t%e likel! %i&% n m(er of 7T$ de*ices, t%e o*erall reso rce t%e! will need for ser*ice pro*ision ma! (e correspondin&l! si&nificant, and inefficientl! assi&ned. T%erefore, it is necessar! to find a sol tion to ens re t%at t%ere is a clear ( siness (enefit to 7T$ de*ice *endors and operators for mi&ratin& low+end 7T$ de*ices from ;S7@;PRS to .T8 networks. $!%ective Sol tions sin&, or e*ol*ed from, .T8 R)-s p to and incl din& Rel+16 s%all (e in*esti&ated and e*al ated to clearl! nderstand t%e feasi(ilit! of creatin& a t!pe of terminal t%at wo ld permit t%e cost of terminals tailored for t%e low+end of t%e 7T$ market to (e competiti*e wit% t%at of ;S7@;PRS terminals tar&etin& t%e same low+end 7T$ market. S c% sol tions s%o ldI S pport data rates e' i*alent to t%at s pported (! KRP00 8+;PRSL wit% a 8;PRS m lti+slot class K2L de*ice K2 downlink timeslots 211".# B(ps4, 1 plink timeslots 290.2 B(ps4, and a ma<im m of 3 acti*e timeslotsL. T%is does not precl de t%e s pport of %i&%er data rates pro*ided t%e cost tar&ets are not compromised. 8na(le si&nificantl! impro*ed spectr m efficienc! for low data rate 7T$ traffic compared to t%at ac%ie*ed for R00 ;S7@8;PRS terminals in ;S7@8;PRS networks toda!, and ideall! compara(le wit% t%at of .T8. ,ptimisations for low+cost 7T$ 58s s%o ld minimise impact on t%e spectr m efficienc! ac%ie*a(le for ot%er terminals in .T8 Release "+16 networks. 8ns re t%at ser*ice co*era&e is not worse t%an ;S7@;PRS, at least compara(le and prefera(l! impro*ed (e!ond w%at is possi(le for pro*idin& 7T$ ser*ices o*er ;PRS@;S7 toda! 2ass min& deplo!ment in t%e same spectr m (ands4. T%e same defined .T8 cell co*era&e footprint as en&ineered for Nnormal .T8 58sO s%o ld appl! for low+ cost 7T$ 58s. 8ns re t%at o*erall power cons mption is no worse t%an e<istin& ;S7@;PRS (ased 7T$ de*ices. 8ns re &ood radio fre' enc! coe<istence wit% le&ac! 2Release "+164 .T8 radio interface and networks. Tar&et operation of low+cost 7T$ 58s and le&ac! .T8 58 on t%e same carrier. Re+ se t%e e<istin& .T8@S)8 network arc%itect re.

T%e startin& point of t%e anal!sis s%all (e t%e Rel+16 .T8 air+interface. T%e st d! item s%all consider optimiAations for (ot% F11 and T11 mode. T%e initial p%ase of t%e st d! s%all foc s on sol tions t%at do not necessaril! re' ire c%an&es to t%e .T8 (ase station %ardware. T%e st d! s%all e*al ate at least t%e followin& aspectsI

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=enefit of de*elopin& met%ods for red cin& RF component cost in t%e de*ices, incl din& 2for e<ample4 simplifications and red ctions in s pport of (ands@R)Ts@RF c%ains@antenna ports, transmission power, ma<im m c%annel (andwidt% less t%an t%e ma<im m specified for respecti*e fre' enc! (and, and s pport of %alf+d ple< F11 mode. =enefit of de*elopin& met%ods for red cin& t%e processin& in t%e de*ice, additionall! considerin& (ase(and+RF con*ersion aspects, si&nificantl! lower peak data rate s pport, no s pport of spatial processin& mode in plink@downlink, and red ced radio protocol processin&. ) met%od to & arantee t%at an! feat res recommended as part of t%is st d! to allow cost red ction, ( t w%ic% also (rin& a red ction in .T8 s!stem performance, s%all (e restricted to de*ices w%ic% onl! operate as 7T$ de*ices not re' irin& %i&% data rates and@or low latenc!, after f rt%er caref l st d!.

)s part of t%e anal!sis of t%e different sol tions, an! impacts on (ackwards compati(ilit! wit% e<istin& .T8 network s%all (e e*al ated and F stified, as well as impact on t%e operation of le&ac! .T8 Release "+16 58s and Release "+16 .T8 s!stem performance. -,T8 1I It is ass med t%at low+cost 7T$ 58s will %a*e to s pport mo(ilit! and roamin&. -,T8 2I T%is st d! item is to assess, from a 3;PP standpoint, t%e tec%nical feasi(ilit! of low+cost .T8 de*ices for 7T$. ;i*en t%at factors o tside 3;PP responsi(ilit! infl ence t%e cost of a modem@de*ice, t%is st d! item 2and t%e te<t a(o*e4 cannot & arantee, or (e sed as a & arantee, t%at s c% modem@de*ice will (e low+cost in t%e market.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $)TT, $%ina 7o(ile, $)TR, Pote*io, III, ITRI, =lack=err!, $CTT., -ew Postcom, -8$, CT$, $%ina Telecom, Telefonica, $%ina 5nicom, .;8, C awei, CiSilicon, Intel, -S"usti#ication Ci&% speed p (lic transportation is (ein& deplo!ed worldwide at an increased pace. Cence, pro*idin& m ltiple ser*ices of &ood ' alit! to sers on %i&% speed *e%icles is important !et more c%allen&in& t%an t!pical mo(ile wireless en*ironments also d e to t%e followin& reasonsI

Red ced %ando*er s ccess rateI for %i&% speed 58s, %ando*er occ rs m c% more fre' entl!. Wit% a mass of 58s performin& %ando*er at t%e same time, t%e %ando*er s ccess rate is red ced, d e to e<cessi*e si&nallin& o*er%ead and t%e fact t%at trackin& area pdate 2T)54 is pro*ided in a s%ort time period. F rt%ermore, 58 meas rements in %i&% speed en*ironments are t!picall! less acc rate t%an low speed en*ironments. 1e&raded t%ro &%p t d e to %i&% 1oppler effectsI impairments ca sed (! %i&% 1oppler incl de fre' enc! estimation errors and c%annel estimation errors. T%e ac%ie*a(le t%ro &%p t wit% t%ese impairments can (e si&nificantl! red ced compared to low speed en*ironment. Specific e-=@58 implementations to com(at t%ese impairments are possi(le, at t%e e<pense of additional cost.

)lt%o &% dedicated network plannin& ma! (e sed to alle*iate t%e a(o*e iss es, t%e ' alit! of ser*ice for 58s on %i&% speed *e%icles remains to (e impro*ed. 7o(ile rela! 2a rela! mo nted on a *e%icle wirelessl! connected to t%e macro cells4 is a potential tec%ni' e to sol*e t%e a(o*e pro(lems. ) mo(ile rela! is a (ase station@access point mo nted in a mo*in& *e%icle likel! to pro*ide at least t%e followin& ke! f nctionsI 14 Wireless connecti*it! ser*ice to end sers inside t%e *e%icle 24 Wireless (ack%a lin& connection to on+land network 34 $apa(ilit! to perform &ro p mo(ilit! #4 $apa(ilit! to allow different air interface tec%nolo&ies on t%e (ack%a l and access link Cando*er s ccess rate can (e impro*ed *ia mo(ile rela!s, w%ere e<cessi*e %ando*er si&nallin& is a*oided (! performin& a &ro p mo(ilit! proced re instead of indi*id al mo(ilit! proced res for e*er! 58. 7o(ile rela! can also impro*e spectr m efficienc! (! e<ploitin& more ad*anced antenna arra!s and si&nal processin& al&orit%ms t%an normal 58s. In addition, separate antennas for comm nication on (ack%a l and access link can (e sed to effecti*el! eliminate t%e penetration loss t%ro &% t%e *e%icle. Wit% 58s connected to a close (! rela! node on (oard, t%e re' ired transmit power of t%e 58s is m c% less, leadin& to si&nificant 58 power sa*in& and increased 58 (atter! life. 8ffecti*el! miti&atin& t%e impairments mentioned a(o*e ma! lead to more efficient tiliAation of radio reso rces, t%ere(! impactin& t%e operatorPs $)P8: and ,P8:. F rt%ermore, wit% mo(ile rela!s, onl! one radio access s!stem is re' ired on t%e (ack%a l link, w%ic% can possi(l! red ce t%e n m(er of radio access s!stems re' ired at macro -=s alon& t%e *e%icle pat%. .1 repeater 2mo nted on a *e%icle4 is an alternati*e tec%ni' e in fast+mo*in& en*ironments. .1 repeaters amplif! and forward si&nals of a certain fre' enc! (and. Since repeaters do not re+&enerate t%e recei*ed si&nal, t%e! are sef l w%en deplo!ed at positions wit% ad*anta&eo s SI-R. Repeaters wit% an indoor and an o tdoor antenna will %a*e &ood c%annel conditions towards t%e 58s for impro*ed 5. and towards t%e network for impro*ed 1. transmissions. In addition s c% repeaters o*ercome t%e wall or window penetration loss. =ein& connected t%ro &% a .1 repeater, 58s can red ce t%eir transmit power, w%ic% increases 58 (atter! life. .1 repeaters are transparent and do not %a*e an impact on radio interface standards.

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,(ser*in& t%e potential (enefits of mo(ile rela! for %i&% speed application and t%e fact t%at onl! stationar! rela! nodes are specified in Rel+16, it is proposed to start a new st d! item on mo(ile rela! in Rel+11. $!%ectiveI foc s on t%e (ack%a l desi&n of mo(ile rela!s, incl din& t%e followin& aspectsI Identif! t%e tar&et deplo!ment scenarios first 2R)-34 Identif! t%e ke! properties of mo(ile rela!s and assess t%e (enefits of mo(ile rela!s o*er e<istin& sol tions 2e.&. .1 repeaters4 in fast+mo*in& en*ironments o 8*al ate s ita(le mo(ile rela! s!stem arc%itect re and proced res, incl din& proced res for &ro p mo(ilit! 2R)-34 o $omparison (ased on %i&%er la!er considerations, e.&. o ;ro p mo(ilit!, etc. 2R)-34 $omparison (ased on PC/ la!er considerations 2R)-14 )nal!Ae t%e potential impact of mo*in& cells created (! mo(ile rela!s

T%is st d! item s%all consider t%e related .1 work in ot%er Rel+11 work@st d! items.

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"usti#ication T%e fre' enc! (ands 1 0"6+2 616 7CA and 2 176+2 266 7CA was allocated for t%e satellite component of I7T in most co ntries, w%ile it does not precl de t%e se of t%ese (ands for mo(ile ser*ices w%ic% are co+allocated to t%ese (ands as primar! ser*ices in t%e Radio Re& lations. In fact, Borea &o*ernment is plannin& to take t%ese (ands into acco nt to se for terrestrial I7T. F rt%ermore, t%e efficient spectr m tiliAation ma! (e e<pected if t%e (and 1 0"6+2 616 7CA and 2 176+2 266 7CA are allocated for t%e mo(ile ser*ice (eca se t%e adFacent (and 1 21 026+1 0"6 7CA and 2 116+2 266 7CA4 are sed or will (e sed for .T8 in man! co ntries. T%e p rpose of st d! item on .T8 F11 in t%e (ands 1 0"6+2 616 7CA and 2 176+2 266 7CA is to facilitate and %armoniAe t%e efficient se of t%ese (ands for terrestrial I7T, especiall! .T8, for Borea and ot%er applica(le co ntries in Re&ion3. T%e terrestrial network e' ipment will ad%ere to all 3;PP emission masks to protect adFacent (and ser*ices. It is e<pected t%at t%e impacts on t%e co+e<istence wit% adFacent (ands will (e st died d rin& t%e st d! item pro&ress. T%is st d! item, tar&eted for completion (! R)-D66, proposes st d!in& t%e implication of addin& t%e (ands 10"6+2616 7CA and 2176+2266 7CA to t%e 3;PPs ,(Fecti*esI St d! related aspects of addin& a F11 (and into 8+5TR) t%at co*ers t%e fre' enc! ran&e of 2616@1.I 22226+:4+2266 7CA 1etermine parameter : 236 7CA : 767CA wit% 16 7CA step4 St d! coe<istence iss es wit% adFacent (ands 2e.&. =and 3#4 Identif! re& lator! iss es St d! t%e possi(ilit! of %armoniAation of t%is (and 5.I 22616+:4+

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 7o(ile, $)TT, -S-, -okia, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, C awei, CiSilicon, HT8, Panasonic, .;8, 1e tsc%e Telekom, Renesas 7o(ile 8 rope, 1,$,7,, 7ediaTek, $)TR, ? alcomm, -8$, ,ran&e, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, Sams n&, S%arp, )TET, B11I, $%ina Telecom, Intel "usti#ication Wit% t%e fast+ad*ancin& of mo(ile Internet, mo(ile data traffic %as dramaticall! increased. T%is trend %as prod ced tremendo s press res on t%e capacit! and deplo!ment strate&ies of mo(ile networks. W%ile it is increasin&l! diffic lt and e<pensi*e for macro networks to pro*ide cost+effecti*e and fle<i(le capacit! e<pansion (! cell splittin&, t%e small cell deplo!ment option is now (ecomin& a *er! attracti*e sol tion, especiall! for pro*idin& (etter ser e<perience in o tdoor@indoor %i&%+traffic areas. Statistics s%ow t%at a si&nificant and !et increasin& portion of *oice and data traffic %appens at %otspots and indoor. =ased on s c% (ack&ro nds, f rt%er en%ancements for small cell deplo!ments were identified as one of t%e most interestin& topics in t%e 3;PP works%op on Rel+12 and onward. In t%e small cell deplo!ments, propa&ation, mo(ilit! and interference profiles differ s (stantiall! from traditional macro networks. =ack%a lin& options are also di*ersified for small cell deplo!ment and operation d e to practical limits and %istorical reasons. T%erefore, %ow to tiliAe t%e a(o*ementioned c%aracteristics to pro*ide optimiAed sol tions for small cell deplo!ments to meet demands on %i&%er (andwidt%, %i&%er performance, lower cost and adaptation to *ario s (ack%a ls is (ecomin& an important iss e for f rt%er e*ol tion of 8+5TR) and 8+5TR)-. $!%ectives: to foc s on scenarios and re' irements of small cell en%ancements, wit% t%e followin& aspectsI Identif! t%e tar&et deplo!ment scenarios and t%e rele*ant c%aracteristicsI o 1efinition and c%aracteriAation of small cellsU o Tar&eted deplo!ment scenarios e.&. sed spectr m, (ack%a l and s!nc%roniAation. Identif! t%e ke! re' irements for small cell en%ancementsI o 1eplo!ment related re' irementsU o $apa(ilit! related re' irements e.&. peak data rateU o S!stem performance re' irements e.&. spectr m efficienc!, co*era&e and mo(ilit! 2in idle and connected states4U o ,perational re' irements, e.&. arc%itect re, comple<it!, cost, ener&! efficienc! etc.

T%e o tcome of t%is st d! item will pro*ide a (aseline for f rt%er work on t%e small cell en%ancements.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, $)TR, $)TT, $%ina 7o(ile, 1)$+5P$, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 1,$,7,, 8ricsson, F Fits , Citac%i, I)8SI, Intel, Interdi&ital, B11I, .;8, 7ediatek, 7its (is%i, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, -8$, -okia $orporation, -S-, ,ran&e, Panasonic, Pantec%, ? alcomm, Renesas 7o(ile, =lack=err!, Sams n&, Se' ans, S%arp, ST+8ricsson, Telefonica, Teliasonera, Te<as Instr ments, T+7o(ile 5S), 5S$$, >eriAon, HT8 Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 36.032 St d! on Scenarios and Re' irements of .T8 Small $ell 8n%ancements for 8+5TR) and 8+5TR)- 5I13976623 "usti#ication F rt%er en%ancements for indoor and o tdoor scenarios sin& low+power nodes were identified as one of t%e most important topics in t%e 3;PP works%op on Rel+12 and onward. )ccordin& to t%is (i& interest in small cell en%ancements, scenarios and re' irements for small cell en%ancements were st died and capt red in TR36.032. It is needed to st d! potential tec%nolo&ies of p%!sical+la!er aspects for small cell en%ancements takin& into acco nt t%ese scenarios and re' irements. $!%ective: to identif! potential en%ancements to impro*e t%e spectr m efficienc! as well as efficient small cell deplo!ment and operation in order to meet t%e re' irements tar&eted for small cell en%ancements in t%e identified scenarios in TR36.032, and e*al ate t%e correspondin& &ain, standardiAation impact and comple<it!. T%e st d! s%all foc s on t%e followin& areasI 1efine t%e c%annel c%aracteristics of t%e small cell deplo!ments and t%e 58 mo(ilit! scenarios identified in TR 36.032, as well as t%e correspondin& e*al ation met%odolo&! and metrics. St d! potential en%ancements to impro*e t%e spectr m efficienc!, i.e. ac%ie*a(le ser t%ro &%p t in t!pical co*era&e sit ations and wit% t!pical terminal confi& rations, for small cell deplo!ments, incl din& o Introd ction of a %i&%er order mod lation sc%eme 2e.&. 296 ?)74 for t%e downlink. o 8n%ancements and o*er%ead red ction for 58+specific reference si&nals and control si&nalin& to (etter matc% t%e sc%ed lin& and feed(ack in time and@or fre' enc! to t%e c%annel c%aracteristics of small cells wit% low 58 mo(ilit!, in downlink and plink (ased on e<istin& c%annels and si&nals. St d! t%e mec%anisms to ens re efficient operation of a small cell la!er composed of small cell cl sters. T%is incl des o 7ec%anisms for interference a*oidance and coordination amon& small cells adaptin& to *ar!in& traffic and t%e need for en%anced interference meas rements, foc sin& on m lti+carrier deplo!ments in t%e small cell la!er and d!namic on@off switc%in& of small cells. o 7ec%anisms for efficient disco*er! of small cells and t%eir confi& ration. P%!sical la!er st d! and e*al ation for small cell en%ancement %i&%er+la!er aspects, in partic lar concernin& t%e (enefits of mo(ilit! en%ancements and d al connecti*it! to macro and small cell la!ers and for w%ic% scenarios s c% en%ancements are feasi(le and (eneficial.

T%e st d! s%o ld address small cell deplo!ments on (ot% a separate and t%e same fre' enc! la!er as t%e macro cells, takin& into acco nt e<istin& mec%anisms 2e.&., $o7P, FeI$I$4 w%ere*er applica(le. $oordinated and time s!nc%roniAed operation of t%e small cell la!er and (etween small cells and t%e macro la!er can (e ass med for specific operations and feasi(ilit! and (enefits of radio+interface (ased s!nc%roniAation mec%anisms s%all (e addressed. =ackward compati(ilit!, i.e. t%e possi(ilit! for le&ac! 2pre+R124 58s to access a small+cell node@carrier, s%all (e & aranteed 2e<cept for feat res st died for small+cells sin& -$T4 and t%e a(ilit! for le&ac! 2pre+Rel+124 58s to (enefit from small+cell en%ancements can (e considered, w%ic% s%all (e taken into acco nt in t%e e*al ation of t%e different proposed en%ancements. T%e introd ction of non+(ackwards compati(le feat res s%o ld (e F stified (! s fficient &ains. T%is st d! item s%all consider t%e work of ot%er related st d!@work item2s4 in Rel+12.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -TT 1,$,7,, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, $%ina Telecom, $7$$, 1)$+5P$, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, F Fits , C awei, CiSilicon, I)8SI, III, Intel, Inter1i&ital, B11I, BT $orp., .; 8lectronics, 7ediaTek, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, -8$, -S-, -okia, ,ran&e, Panasonic, Pantec%, ? alcomm, Renesas 7o(ile, =lack=err!, Sams n&, S8?5)-S, S%arp, ST+8ricsson, Telefonica, TeliaSonera, T+ 7o(ile 5S), >eriAon, HT8 Tri&&ered (! Rel+12 TR 36.032 St d! on Scenarios and Re' irements of .T8 Small $ell 8n%ancements for 8+5TR) and 8+5TR)- 5I13976623 "usti#ication F rt%er en%ancements for indoor and o tdoor scenarios sin& low+power nodes were identified as one of t%e most important topics in t%e 3;PP works%op on Rel+12 and onward. )ccordin& to t%is (i& interest in small cell en%ancements, scenarios and re' irements for small cell en%ancements were st died and capt red in TR 36.032. It is needed to st d! potential tec%nolo&ies of %i&%er+la!er aspects for small cell en%ancements takin& into acco nt t%ese scenarios and re' irements 2e.&., increased ser t%ro &%p t and en%anced mo(ilit! performance4. $!%ectives: to identif! potential tec%nolo&ies in t%e protocol and arc%itect re for en%anced s pport of small cell deplo!ment and operation w%ic% s%o ld satisf! scenarios and re' irements defined in TR 36.032. T%e st d! s%all (e cond cted on t%e followin& aspectsI Identif! and e*al ate t%e (enefits of 58s %a*in& d al connecti*it! to macro and small cell la!ers ser*ed (! different or same carrier and for w%ic% scenarios s c% d al connecti*it! is feasi(le and (eneficial. Identif! and e*al ate potential arc%itect re and protocol en%ancements for t%e scenarios in TR 36.032 and in partic lar for t%e feasi(le scenario of d al connecti*it! and minimiAe core network impacts if feasi(le, incl din&I + ,*erall str ct re of control and ser plane and t%eir relation to eac% ot%er, e.&., s pportin& $+plane and 5+ plane in different nodes, termination of different protocol la!ers, etc.

Identif! and e*al ate t%e necessit! of o*erall Radio Reso rce 7ana&ement str ct re and mo(ilit! en%ancements for small cell deplo!mentsI + 7o(ilit! mec%anisms for minimiAin& inter+node 58 conte<t transfer and si&nallin& towards t%e core network. + 7eas rement and cell identification en%ancements w%ile minimiAin& increased 58 (atter! cons mption. For eac% potential en%ancement, t%e &ain, comple<it! and specification impact s%o ld (e assessed. T%e st d! s%all foc s on potential en%ancements w%ic% are not co*ered (! ot%er SI@WIs.

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"usti#ication T%e Feasi(ilit! St d! on Pro<imit!+(ased Ser*ices 2FS3ProSe, TR 22."634 %as identified *al a(le ser*ices t%at co ld (e pro*ided (! t%e 3;PP s!stem (ased on 58s (ein& in pro<imit! to eac% ot%er. T%e identified areas incl de P (lic Safet! and non+P (lic+Safet! ser*ices t%at wo ld (e of interest to operators and sers. Pro<imit!+(ased applications and ser*ices represent an emer&in& social+tec%nolo&ical trend. T%e introd ction of a Pro<imit! Ser*ices 2ProSe4 capa(ilit! in .T8 wo ld allow t%e 3;PP ind str! to ser*e t%is de*elopin& market, and will, at t%e same time, ser*e t%e r&ent needs of se*eral P (lic Safet! comm nities t%at are Fointl! committed to .T8 2see SP+126#96 27o5 (etween T8TR) E $ritical $omm nications )ssociation 2T$$)4 E t%e -ational P (lic Safet! Telecomm nications $o ncil4, and S1+1212#7 2T$$)44. ProSe normati*e specification is also important to ena(le econom! of scale ad*anta&es, i.e. t%at t%e res ltin& s!stem can (e sed for (ot% P (lic Safet! and non+P (lic+Safet! ser*ices, w%ere possi(le. $!%ectives: to e*al ate .T8 de*ice+to+de*ice pro<imit! ser*ices, as follows
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In partic larI 114 1efine an e*al ation met%odolo&! and c%annel models for .T8 de*ice+to+de*ice pro<imit! ser*ices, incl din& scenarios to compare different tec%nical options to realiAe pro<imal de*ice disco*er! and comm nication, appropriate performance metrics, and performance tar&ets 2e.&. ran&e, t%ro &%p t, n m(er of 58s s pported4. KR)-1L 124 Identif! p%!sical la!er options and en%ancements to incorporate in .T8 t%e a(ilit! for de*ices wit%in network co*era&eI KR)-1L a4 to disco*er eac% ot%er in pro<imit! directl! in a power+efficient manner (4 to comm nicate directl!, incl din& en%ancements to .T8 interference mana&ement and sc%ed lin& t%at allow t%e .T8 network to ena(le, mana&e, and contin o sl! control all direct, o*er t%e air, de*ice to de*ice comm nications 134 Identif! and e*al ate options, sol tions and en%ancements to t%e .T8 R)- protocols wit%in network co*era&e KR)-2 primar!, R)-3 secondar!LI a4 to ena(le pro<imal de*ice disco*er! amon& de*ices nder contin o s network mana&ement and control, (4 to ena(le direct comm nication connection esta(lis%ment (etween de*ices nder contin o s network mana&ement and control,

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c4 to allow ser*ice contin it! to@from t%e macro network 1#4 $onsider terminal and spectr m specific aspects, e.&. (atter! impact and re' irements deri*in& from direct de*ice+ to+de*ice disco*er! and comm nication KR)-#L 194 8*al ate, for non p (lic safet! se cases, t%e &ains o(tained (! .T8 de*ice+to+de*ice direct disco*er! wit% respect to e<istin& de*ice+to+de*ice mec%anisms 2e.&. WiFi 1irect, =l etoot%4, and e<istin& location tec%ni' es for pro<imal de*ice disco*er! 2e.&. in terms of power cons mption, and si&nalin& o*er%ead4 KR)-1, R)-2L 164 T%e possi(le impacts on e<istin& operator ser*ices 2e.&. *oice calls4 and operator reso rces s%o ld (e in*esti&ated KR)-1L 174 For t%e p rposes of addressin& p (lic safet! re' irements, identif! and st d! t%e additional en%ancements and control mec%anisms re' ired to realiAe disco*er! and comm nication o tside network co*era&e KR)-1, R)-2L T%e identified options@en%ancements s%o ld re se t%e feat res of .T8 as m c% as possi(le. T%e work will co*erI Sin&le and m lti+operator scenarios, incl din& t%e spectr m s%arin& case w%ere a carrier is s%ared (! m ltiple operators 2s (Fect to re&ional re& lation and operator polic!4 .T8 F11 and .T8 T11 operations In t%is st d! item, t%e st d! of direct comm nication s%all address at least p (lic safet! re' irements and se cases.. It is ass med t%at aspects related to ser*ice a t%oriAation, s!stem le*el arc%itect re, sec rit!, and .awf l Interception are co*ered in t%e S) Workin& ;ro ps. Security Aspects: -ational@re&ional re' irements 2e.&. lawf l intercept4 s%all (e considered

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: -S-, -okia, )TET, 1e tsc%e Telekom, -8$, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, Telecom Italia, $%ina 7o(ile, Telefonica, ,ran&e, Renesas 7o(ile, B11I, 8lektro(it, Interdi&ital, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, Sams n&, Intel, C awei, CiSilicon, .; 8lectronics, TI, $)TT, >eriAon, HT8, Spirent, 7otorola 7o(ilit! Rel+"@+16@11 7I7, s pport antenna confi& rations at e-= capa(le to adaptat in aAim t% onl!. 8n%ance performance wit% 31+(eamformin& or wit% F1+7I7,. St d! new c%annel modellin& in (ot% *ertical and %oriAontal dimensions awa ser locations in t%e network "usti#ication T%e Rel+" 7I7, and s (se' ent 7I7, en%ancements in Rel+16 and Rel+11 were desi&ned to s pport antenna confi& rations at t%e e-ode= t%at are capa(le of adaptation in aAim t% onl!. Recentl! t%ere %as (een a si&nificant interest in en%ancin& s!stem performance t%ro &% t%e se of antenna s!stems %a*in& a two+dimensional arra! str ct re t%at pro*ides adapti*e control o*er (ot% t%e ele*ation dimension and t%e aAim t% dimension. T%e additional control o*er t%e ele*ation dimension ena(les a *ariet! of strate&ies s c% as sector+specific ele*ation (eamformin& 2e.&., adapti*e control o*er t%e *ertical pattern (eamwidt% and@or downtilt4, ad*anced sectoriAation in t%e *ertical domain, and ser+specific ele*ation (eamformin&. >ertical sectoriAation can impro*e a*era&e s!stem performance t%ro &% t%e %i&%er &ain of t%e *ertical sector patterns, ( t *ertical sectoriAation &enerall! does not need additional standardiAation s pport. 58+specific ele*ation (eamformin& promises to increase t%e SI-R statistics seen (! t%e 58s (! pointin& t%e *ertical antenna pattern in t%e direction of t%e 58 w%ile spra!in& less interference to adFacent sectors (! *irt e of (ein& a(le to steer t%e transmitted ener&! in ele*ation. In order to ena(le e*al ation of t%e possi(le specification met%od to en%ance t%e performance wit% 31+(eamformin& or wit% F1+7I7,, a new c%annel model is needed wit% ena(les modellin& in (ot% *ertical and %oriAontal dimension of t%e en*ironment as well as ser locations in t%e network. Work done o tside 3;PP 2WI--8RII@WI--8RJ, c%annel modellin& doc mentation a*aila(le in p (lic domain4 can (e sed to speed p t%e start of t%e c%annel modellin& work and (enefit from t%e work done elsew%ere (! *ario s 3;PP mem(ers. $!%ectives: Identif! t%e t!pical sa&e scenarios of 58+specific ele*ation (eamformin& and F1+ 7I7, Identif! modifications to t%e 3;PP e*al ation met%odolo&! needed to s pport t%e proper modelin& and performance e*al ation for t%e scenarios identified (ein& t!picalI 7odelin& a two dimensional arra! str ct re at t%e e-ode= incl din& an! modifications to t%e antenna patterns 2takin& rele*ant R)-# work into acco nt4 31 c%annel modelin& incl din& t%e m ltipat% fadin& c%aracteristics in (ot% ele*ation and aAim t% Identif! t%e need for definin& a new wa! of modelin& t%e location of o tdoor and indoor 58s wit%in a sector in (ot% t%e %oriAontal and *ertical domains. Identif! t%e need for definin& a new wa! of modelin& t%e mo(ilit! of o tdoor 58s in (ot% t%e %oriAontal and *ertical domains. T%e st d! will consider as a startin& point t%e IT5 c%annel model as descri(ed (! t%e com(ination of )2.1.6 and )nne< = in 36."1# and determine t%e additions t%at are needed to properl! model t%e ele*ation dimension of t%e c%annel to fit t%e ele*ation (eamformin& and F1+7I7, p rposes. Work done o tside 3;PP 2WI--8RII@WI--8RJ, c%annel modelin& doc mentation a*aila(le in p (lic domain4 can (e sed. ;enerate (aseline sim lation res lts 2correspondin& to a n m(er of antenna ports and transmission sc%eme s pported (! Rel+114 wit% t%e modified e*al ation met%odolo&!

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 7o(ile, TelefSnica, $)TT, HT8, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, BP-, 7its (is%i 8lectric, ? alcomm, -8$, Intel, ,ran&e, C awei, .;8, F Fits Identif! potential sol tions for ener&! sa*in& in 8+5TR)- non+o*erlappin& scenario. 8*al ate possi(le en%ancements in o*erlappin& scenario, so t%at a s (set can (e sed for f rt%er in*esti&ation@standardiAation "usti#ication T%e power efficienc! in t%e infrastr ct re and terminal s%o ld (e an essential part of t%e cost+related re' irements in .T8+). T%ere is a stron& need to in*esti&ate possi(le network ener&! sa*in& mec%anisms to red ce $,2 emission and ,P8: of operators. In Rel+0@16@11, specific work %as (een done for 8+5TR)- network ener&! sa*in& respecti*el!, incl din&I Intra+e-= ener&! sa*in& sol tion, e.&. confi& rin& 7=SF- s (frames, etcU Inter+e-= cell switc%in& on@off in o*erlappin& scenarioU Inter+R)T cell switc%in& on@off and cell pro(in& en%ancement.

Cowe*er, some si&nificant iss es are still remained ndecided, for e<ample, $ell switc%in& on en%ancement %as (een introd ced for inter+R)T ener&! sa*in& scenario. Similar en%ancement, e.&. IoT sol tion, pro(in&, etc., %a*e (een disc ssed in t%e release 16 st d! item ( t not prioritiAed to (e disc ssed d rin& work item p%ase for intra+.T8 ener&! sa*in& scenario. T%ere %as not (een eno &% attention on effecti*e sol tions for inter+e-= non+o*erlappin& ener&! sa*in& for 8+5TR)- so far. In Rel+16 st d! item, some potential sol tions, e.&. ,)7+(ased sol tion, si&nallin&+(ased sol tion and %!(rid+(ased sol tion, %a*e (een &enerall! descri(edU %owe*er, t%ese sol tions %a*e not (een f ll! disc ssed in Rel+11, and t%e detail of t%e candidate sol tions s%o ld (e f rt%er identified.

)not%er pro(lem t%at was (riefl! to c%ed pon d rin& t%e pre*io s work was t%e impact on ?oS for end sers d rin& ener&! sa*in& operation. In t%e c rrent sol tions, t%e network ener&! sa*in& switc%in& on@off is transparent for t%e sers, and t%e onl! noticea(le impact is t%at ?oS of some sers ma! (e red ced w%en switc%in& off %i&% capacit! nodes. 5sers pa!in& additional fee to access ser*ices wit% %i&%er ?oS ma! not (e in fa*o r of acceptin& a lower ?oS d e to 8ner&! sa*in&. T%erefore, t%is case s%o ld (e identified and correspondin& sol tion co ld (e f rt%er st died. F rt%ermore, wit% considerin& t%e scenario and re' irement of small cell en%ancement in R12, ener&! efficienc! is also a si&nificant topic re' irin& f rt%er st d!. T%erefore, once t%e small cell arc%itect re is defined, t%e e<istin& feat res need to (e re*iewed to *erif! t%eir applica(ilit! and, if &aps are identified, t%e re' irements for new sol tion or en%ancements are to (e st died. $!%ectives: to identif! potential sol tions for ener&! sa*in& in non+o*erlappin& scenario in 8+5TR)-, and perform initial e*al ation of possi(le en%ancement in o*erlappin& scenario, so t%at a s (set of t%em can (e sed as t%e (asis for f rt%er in*esti&ation and standardiAation. T%e scope of t%e st d! incl desI Inter+e-= ener&! sa*in& sol tion for non+o*erlappin& scenario. Initial e*al ation of a possi(le inter+e-= ener&! sa*in& en%ancement for o*erlappin& scenario, e.&. switc%in& on en%ancement, considerin& 58s ?oS re' irement or s (scri(er t!pe, etc. o Potential sol tions to & arantee end serPs e<perience in ener&! sa*in&. o Potential sol tion for intra+.T8 inter+e-= switc%in& on en%ancement e.&. (! selectin& ade' ate nodes to (e switc%ed on. Identif! intra+R)T ener&! sa*in& iss es and st d! correspondin& ener&! sa*in&s sol tions (ased on t%e defined se cases, re' irements and deplo!ment scenarios identified nder Small $ell 8n%ancements St d! Item2s4.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: .i&%tS' ared, )lcatel . cent, F Fits , BT "usti#ication )s part of its contin in& effort to pro*ide spectr m to meet t%e &rowin& demand for wireless (road(and, t%e F$$ is acti*el! considerin& .i&%tS' aredPs proposals to resol*e iss es related to its potential interference to ;PS recei*ers and disc ssin& t%e proposals wit% -TI) so t%at .i&%tS' ared can proceed wit% t%e deplo!ment of a nationwide terrestrial network 2as s%own in t%e .etter from F$$ $%airman ;enac%owski to Senator $onrad on -o*em(er 27, 26124. T%e F$$ recentl! iss ed p (lic notices for .i&%tS' aredPs re' ests to operate its terrestrial network sin& t%e downlink fre' encies at 1676+1679 7CA and 1679+16"6 7CA, and t%e comment c!cle was completed in earl! Ran ar! 2613 wit%o t serio s o(Fections. a4 .i&%tS' ared is proposin& to pair t%e 16 7CA 1. c%annel at 1676+16"6 7CA wit% t%e e<istin& =and 2# 5. c%annel2s4 21627.9+1637.9 7CA, and@or 16#6.7+1696.7 7CA4, as depicted in Fi& re 9. T%e c%oices nder st d! are pairin& C and F, C and ;, or sin& a *aria(le d ple<in& sc%eme allowin& (ot% pairin&s C+F and C+ ;. T%e distance (etween t%e 5. and 1. ed&es of t%e proposed (and is as small as 13.3 7CA 21676+ 1696.7[13.3 7CA4. T%e pass+(and is 16 7CA, wit% a d ple< distance of eit%er 23.3 7CA or #2.9 7CA, dependin& on selected pairin& option. T%ese re' irements ma! (e c%allen&in& ( t are not wit%o t precedence in 3;PP R)-#. For e<ample, t%e lower d ple<in& distance re' irement is close to

$!%ectives: to St d! related aspects of addin& a F11 (and into 8+5TR) t%at co*ers t%e fre' enc! ran&e of 1676+16"6 7CA downlink paired wit% t%e plink of =and 2#, for deplo!ment in 5nited States, nationwide, Incorporate t%e res lts into a 3;PP Tec%nical Report 2TR 36.<<<4 St d! t%e tec%nical feasi(ilit! of t%e two pairin& options (etween t%e 1676+16"6 7CA downlink (and and t%e (and 2# 5. carriers, as well as pairin& t%e 1676+1679 7CA wit% lower 97CA of =and 2# carriers. St d! coe<istence iss es wit% adFacent (ands 2e.&. =and 2#4. St d! and identif! t%e re& lator! iss es w%ere t%is spectr m will (e sed, and t%eir impacts on t%e RF c%aracteristics of t%is proposed (and, incl din& t%e co+ordination Aones re' ired (! F$$ r les.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, -8$, 7ediaTek, Son! 7o(ile, >eriAon, ,ran&e, Soft(ank, )lcatel+. cent, .; 8lectronics, Renesas "usti#ication Interference 7iti&ation 2I74 of $ell+Specific Reference Si&nals 2$RS4 %as (een st died in t%e Rel+11 Work Item on FeI$I$. 1 e to its (enefits nder t%e condition w%ere interference from $RS dominates ( t is ne&li&i(le from data ass min& data R8 m tin&, t%e $RS interference miti&ation 2$RS I74 %as (een standardiAed nder t%e a(o*e operation conditions for %etero&eneo s deplo!ments and t%e correspondin& re' irements were specified in Release 11. )t t%e same time, t%e en%anced performance re' irements in %omo&eneo s network deplo!ment for 77S8 interference reFection com(inin& 277S8+IR$4 recei*er were e<tensi*el! st died and specified in Release 11. T%e 77S8+IR$ recei*er can s ppress (ot% data and $RS interference wit%o t t%e need to differentiate t%em. Cowe*er, t%e 58 performance in %omo&eno s deplo!ment ma! (e f rt%er impro*ed (! sin& t%e same $RS I7 capa(ilit! as defined for FeI$I$, especiall! w%en similar interference conditions arise nder low traffic loadin& of nei&%(o rin& cells and nder similar scope as in FeI$I$ i.e. s!nc%rono s network operation and 58 reference recei*er ass min& sin&le FFT processin&. = t f rt%er st d! is needed to nderstand t%e si&nificance of an! potential performance &ain and t%e correspondin& traffic loadin& le*els. If t%e &ain is F stified for specific loadin& le*els, 58 performance re' irement for $RS I7 co ld (e specified wit% additional performance re' irements. )lso, it is ass med t%at t%e introd ction of $RS I7 (ased recei*er re' irements for %omo&eno s deplo!ments will onl! se t%e e<istin& Release 11 si&nallin& of $RS assistance information. T%e en%anced performance re' irements in %omo&eneo s network deplo!ment for 77S8 interference reFection com(inin& 277S8+IR$4 recei*er were e<tensi*el! st died and specified in Release 11. Some of t%ese pre*io sl! identified scenarios st died in Release 11 for specif!in& 77S8+IR$ recei*er performance re' irements and t%e correspondin& link@s!stem parameters can (e re sed also for $RS I7. $!%ectives: to Identif! t%e partial traffic loadin& le*els and ot%er realistic s!stem le*el parameters 2e.&. traffic and interference models incl din& interference le*el, time offset (etween cells and fre' enc! offset (etween cells4 and performance metrics for st d!in& t%e feasi(ilit! of $RS I7 in a s!nc%roniAed %omo&eno s network ass min&I o 3;PP $ase 1 as a startin& point o non+collidin& $RS (etween ser*in& and dominant a&&ressor@interferin& cells and o non+collidin& $RS (etween dominant a&&ressor@interferin& cells o T%e %omo&eneo s deplo!ment and rele*ant s!stem parameters s%o ld re se as m c% as possi(le t%ose defined in t%e Rel+11 performance st d! of 77S8+IR$ Identif! t%e (aseline recei*er w%ic% can (e sed for e*al atin& t%e &ain of $RS I7 in a s!nc%roniAed %omo&eno s network considerin&I o Re se of $RS I7 recei*er ass med for Release 11 FeI$I$. o Re se of 77S8+IR$ recei*er as t%e (aseline recei*er. 77S8+IR$ does not differentiate $RS or data interference w%en s ppressin& t%em and was ass med for Release 11 work item on interference reFection com(inin&. )&ree on interference le*els, interference models and sim lation parameters for link le*el e*al ations. 8*al ate t%e s!stem le*el and link le*el &ains of $RS I7 wit% respect to t%e (aseline 77S8+IR$ recei*er in a s!nc%roniAed %omo&eno s network deplo!ment nder t%e *ario s loadin& le*els identified. o ;ains of $RS I7 from 1 and 2 a&&ressor cells $RS s%all (e e*al ated and compared. o 7odellin& of realistic $RS I7 recei*er for s!stem le*el performance e*al ation s%o ld (e clarified and a&reed if possi(le In*esti&ate 58 comple<it! tradeoffs e.&. trade+off (etween n m(er of interferers to cancel and t%e n m(er of transmit antenna ports. T%e introd ction of $RS I7 (ased recei*er re' irements for %omo&eno s deplo!ments will onl! se t%e e<istin& Rel+11 si&nallin& of $RS assistance information.

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-,T8 1I Interference from nei&%(o rin& cellsP P1S$C is not t%e foc s of t%is st d! item. )n! interference from data, w%ic% *aries accordin& to t%e traffic loadin& le*el, is ass med to (e s ppressed in t%e same wa! as in Rel+11 wit% t%e (aseline 77S8+IR$ recei*ers. -,T8 2I -on+collidin& $RS is prioritiAed and will (e st died first w%ile collidin& $RS is not precl ded. = t t%e st d! will foc s onl! on 58 demod lation aspects. Work Task =reakdown for R)-#I TS; R)-# D66(is 2)pril 26134I o )&reement on scenarios and sim lation ass mptions for s!stem sim lations incl din& traffic loadin& le*els. o )&reement on t%e (aseline recei*er. TS; R)-# D67 27a! 26134I o First re*iew of s!stem sim lation res lts o )&reements on link sim lation ass mptions (ased on traffic loadin& le*els e*al ated and t%e correspondin& &ain o(ser*ed. TS; R)-# D6" 2) & st 26134I o Re*iew of final s!stem sim lation res lts incl din& realistic $RS I7 modellin& o Re*iew of link sim lation res lts o $oncl sion on $RS I7 &ain in s!nc%rono s %omo&eneo s network deplo!ments.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: 7ediaTek, Renesas, =roadcom, ,ran&e, =lack=err!, Telefonica, $CTT., 7a&nolia =road(and, 5S $ell lar, >eriAon Wireless, $%ina Telecom, $%ina 7o(ile, T+7o(ile 5S), Intel, 1e tsc%e Telekom, Telecom Italia, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, ? alcomm, C awei, CiSilicon, Sprint, HT8, $%ina 5nicom, .i&%ts' ared, $)TR, Sams n&, 8ricsson, ST 8ricsson , $)TT, Soft(ank 7o(ile "usti#ication To (oost capacit! in copin& wit% t%e e<ponential traffic &rowt%, (ot% denser cell deplo!ment and impro*ed cell spectral efficienc! are re' ired. $o+c%annel interference, eit%er from inter+cell or co+sc%ed led intra+cell sers, is e<pected to (ecome t%e dominant limitin& factor for ac%ie*in& %i&%er network capacit!. Cistoricall! m c% effort %as (een spent on transmission coordination to miti&ate inter+ ser and inter+cell interference, for e<ample *ia en%anced $SI feed(ack. Cowe*er, one of t%e Rel+11 st dies 2)d*anced Recei*ers4 s%owed promisin& performance &ain from practical linear interference s ppression 2IS4 recei*ers t%at do not re' ire an! transmission coordination. Specif!in& interference reFection com(inin& 2IR$4 recei*er 58 performance re' irements in R)-# is F st a first step towards increasin& t%e recei*er role in t%e s!stem desi&n. In anot%er Rel+11 work item 2feI$I$4, non+linear interference cancellation recei*ers t%at miti&ate stron& $RS@PSS@SSS@P=$C interference %a*e (een s%own to pro*ide si&nificant &ain o*er linear recei*ers. F rt%er en%ancements to intra+cell and inter+cell interference miti&ation at t%e recei*er side co ld (e ac%ie*ed (! increasin& t%e de&ree of knowled&e a(o t interferin& transmissions wit% possi(le coordination in t%e network. For e<ample, linear IS recei*ers and iterati*e@non+iterati*e e<plicit I$ recei*ers co ld (e e*al ated wit% participatin& transmitters coordinatin& and pro*idin& side knowled&e of t%e interference s c% as, ( t not limited to, t%e presence and c%aracteristics of interference, its transmission sc%emes incl din& reso rce allocation, its reference s!m(ols for possi(l! ena(lin& c%annel estimation, and its mod lation format and@or codin& rate. $ompared to transmission+side tec%ni' es w%ose performance de&rades nder imperfect c%annel knowled&e at t%e transmitter side d e to limited feed(ack, IS@I$ recei*ers can alle*iate t%e ( rden of c%annel feed(ack. -etwork+assisted IS@I$ mi&%t re' ire standardiAation effort, especiall! on t%e si&nallin& aspects t%at can ena(le more effecti*e and ro( st 58+side interference cancellation and@or s ppression wit% possi(le network coordination, as well as on t%e p%!sical la!er c%an&es t%at can translate link+le*el impro*ement of t%ese ad*anced recei*ers to s!stem+le*el capacit! &ain. It is also important to st d! t%e trade+off, in terms of performance, comple<it!, and si&nallin& o*er%ead, w%en ena(lin& feasi(le and ro( st interference cancellation@s ppression at t%e 58 side wit% and wit%o t network assistance. $!%ectives: 1. 2R)-14 For data@control c%annels of interest, identif! and a&ree on realistic deplo!ment scenarios and co+c%annel inter+ and intra+cell interference conditions 2incl din& correspondin& network@transmission parameters4 for e*al atin& different interference cancellation 2I$4 or interference s ppression 2IS4 recei*ers, incl din& t%e followin& two main scenariosI o o 2. Intra+cell interference res lted from c rrent S5+@75+7I7, operation Inter+cell interference (ased on deplo!ment scenarios prioritiAed in Rel+11, takin& into acco nt scenarios, once defined, nder Rel+12 WIs@SIs s c% as small cells.

2R)-#4 Identif! reference IS@I$ recei*ers wit% and wit%o t network assistance, and e*al ate t%eir performance@comple<it! trade+off and implementation feasi(ilit! o )nal!Ae comple<it! and feasi(ilit! of (asic recei*er str ct res

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Recei*er str ct res (ased on linear 77S8 IR$, s ccessi*e interference cancellation, and ma<imal likeli%ood detection are considered as a startin& point for reference IS@I$ recei*ers Work can (e cond cted in parallel to step+1

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=ased on t%e R)-1 scenarios a&ree on co+c%annel inter+ and intra+cell interference models for link+le*el sim lation 8*al ate t%e link+le*el &ain o*er (aseline Rel+11 linear 77S8+IR$ recei*ers and Rel+11 non+linear recei*ers re' ired for FeI$I$ Indicate 2to R)-14 ass mptions on t%e network assistance information for t%e e*al ated recei*ers nder possi(le network coordination

2R)-14 St d! and e*al ate t%e feasi(ilit! and potential s!stem le*el &ain as well as specification impact of f rt%er ad*anced recei*erI o o o o 1e*elop s!stem le*el modellin& met%odolo&ies for t%e IS@I$ recei*ers identified in step+2 incl din& inp t from R)-# on rele*ant impairments 8*al ate t%e s!stem+le*el &ain of ad*anced recei*ers o*er .T8 Rel+11 recei*ers Identif! an! p%!sical la!er c%an&es and network si&nallin& needed to ac%ie*e t%e s!stem le*el &ain. Trade+off st d! (etween &ain, ro( stness, and si&nallin&@coordination comple<it!. If si&nificant &ain is identified for sol tions wit% network assistance compared to sol tions wit%o t network assistance, st d! t%e s!stem and specification impact of network+assisted IS@I$ Work can start at different time for different reference recei*ers

-,T8 1 + )ll e*al ations s%all take into acco nt practical transmission and feed(ack o*er%ead@error@dela! and realistic e-= and 58 impairment modellin& incl din& timin&@fre' enc! error and (ack%a l dela!. -,T8 2 G T%e st d! will co*er (ot% T11 and F11 deplo!ments, and (ot% $RS (ased transmission 2incl din& P1S$C and P1$$C4 and 17RS+(ased transmission 2incl din& P1S$C and 8P1$$C4. T%e st d! s%o ld take into acco nt t%e co+c%annel interference scenarios arisin& from %omo&eneo s and %etero&eneo s networks incl din& small+cell related WI@SI in Rel+12. -,T8 3 G T%e st d! s%o ld consider tec%ni' es and operation scenarios in ot%er SI@WI 2e.&., en%anced 1.+7I7,, en%anced $o7P, -ew $arrier T!pe, and small cell en%ancement4, and d plication of work s%o ld (e a*oided.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: Sams n&, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, $)TR, $)TT, 1)$+5P$, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, 8TRI, F Fits , CiSilicon, C awei, I)8SI, Intel, Interdi&ital, ITRI, B11I, BT, B!ocera, .; 8lectronics, .; 5pl s, .i&%ts' ared, 7ediaTek, -8$, -S-, ,ran&e, Panasonic, Pantec%, ? alcomm, Sams n&, S%arp, SB Telecom, Soft(ank 7o(ile, Son!, ST+8ricsson, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, T+7o(ile 5S), >odafone, HT8 8<tension of Rel+11 $o7P ,peration for .T8 G 1ownlink 5I139363324
Relate" &or' 1te (s) ,1< Title ;(0(( Coordin"ted <%lti-4oint 5per"tion for 6-B O 2 @ownlin3 +ature of relatio#s4ip Bxtension of Co<4 introd%ced in Rel-11 to t#e networ3 wit# non-ide"l +"c3#"%l

"usti#ication $oordinated m lti+point 2$o7P4 transmission and reception was introd ced in Rel+11 to impro*e t%e co*era&e of %i&% data rates, t%e cell+ed&e t%ro &%p t, and also to increase t%e s!stem t%ro &%p t. $o7P in Rel+11 did not address t%e specified s pport of $o7P in*ol*in& m ltiple e-=s wit% non+ideal (ack%a l. 1 e to t%is limitation, t%e operators %a*in& non+ideal (ack%a l ma! not (e a(le to take performance (enefit from $o7P operation. $!%ectives: + R)-1 e*al ate coordinated sc%ed lin& and coordinated (eamformin& incl din& semi+static point selection@m tin& as candidate tec%ni' es for $o7P in*ol*in& m ltiple e-=s wit% non+ideal ( t t!pical (ack%a l and, if t%ere is performance (enefit, recommend for w%ic% $o7P tec%ni' e2s4 si&nallin& for inter+ e-= operation s%o ld (e specified, considerin& potential impact on R)-3 work. In t%e e*al ations, consider t%e le*el of (ack%a l dela! ac%ie*a(le wit% non+ideal (ack%a l. 8*al ation s%o ld (e on t%e $o7P operation (etween macro e-=s 2$o7P scenario 2 e<cept for t%e (ack%a l ass mptions4, (etween macro e-= and small cell e-= 2small cell scenario D1 wit% non+ideal (ack%a l4, and (etween small cell e-=s 2small cell scenario D2a wit% non+ideal (ack%a l4. T%e st d! will take into acco nt t%e o tcome of t%e small cell en%ancement st d! item and pre*io s work on Rel+11 $o7P SI@WI.

T%e t%ro &%p t &ains potentiall! ac%ie*a(le from t%e st died tec%ni' es s%o ld (e e*al ated, w%ile also takin& into acco nt estimation errors, downlink o*er%ead, comple<it!, feed(ack o*er%ead, (ackward compati(ilit! and practical 58 implementations. Rel+11 77S8+IR$ is sed as a (aseline recei*er for e*al atin& performance &ain.

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St%dy on 4ositionin en#"nce*ents for B-=-RA =,@9A00020


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:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p A;N G0perli#' R4-1(0AC0 StatusBReport R4-140012 TR (A.C;; +a e Stu"0 o# Positio#i#2 e#4a#%e e#ts for *-,TR!

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, CiSilicon, >eriAon, $%ina 7o(ile, )lcatel+. cent, Intel, .;8, $%ina 5nicom, $%ina Telecom, $)TT, $)TR, Pote*io, T1+Tec%, -ew Postcom, Spirent, Ro%de+Sc%warA, $oolpad "usti#ication Positionin& mec%anisms were specified in 3;PP as a ke! feat re for 8+5TR) networks since Release 0, e.&. ,T1,), 8+$I1 etc. T%e! are not onl! sed in %elpin& meet re& lator! re' irements, ( t also tiliAed wit% increasin& importance to ena(le all kinds of location (ased applications. T%e proliferation of %etero&eneo s network deplo!ments (rin&s some c%allen&es also in t%e area of efficient terminal positionin& and calls for t%e st d! of en%anced mec%anisms and positionin& performance re' irements. T%e addition of m ltiple nodes in %etero&eneo s networks can impro*e t%e position acc rac! remarka(l! if t%e specificities of s c% deplo!ments are taken into acco nt in t%e positionin& mec%anisms. Some e<amples incl de t%e s pport of se*eral transmission points wit% identical cell I1s and impro*ed s pport for positionin& in carrier a&&re&ation. F rt%ermore, t%e acc rac! of c rrent positionin& mec%anisms and in partic lar ,T1,) and 8+$I1 (ased on 58 R<+T< time difference meas rement is onl! defined for limited scenariosI .imited c%annel (andwidt% for t%e cells to (e meas red 2reference and nei&%(o r cells4 Tests defined ass min& sin&le T< antenna. Practical network mi&%t %a*e T< di*ersit! on antenna port 6 w%ic% is sed for RST1 meas rements

It is desira(le to st d! t%e possi(ilit! of en%anced acc rac! for ot%er practical deplo!ment scenarios. $!%ectives: to st d! acc rac! en%ancements for c rrent positionin& mec%anisms s c% as ,T1,) and 8+$I1 (ased on 58 R<+T< time difference meas rement in %etero&eneo s deplo!ment scenarios and different s!stem (andwidt%s. T%e feasi(ilit! of impro*in& t%e e<istin& 58 positionin& performance re' irements of ,T1,) and 8+$I1 (ased on 58 R<+T< time difference meas rement s%all (e st died for t%e followin& casesI .ar&er a*aila(le (andwidt%s 2e.&. 19 and 267CA for ,T1,) and 16, 19, and 26 7CA for 8+$I1 (ased on 58 R<+T< time difference meas rement4. Smaller a*aila(le (andwidt%s 2e.&. 1.# and 3 7CA for ,T1,) and 8+$I1 (ased on 58 R<+T< time difference meas rement4 Possi(le se of downlink T< di*ersit! for t%e positionin& reference si&nals 2PRS4, e.&., sc%emes transparent to 58, and its impact on t%e (ot% 58 and s!stem performance and@or comple<it!. 5se of non+transparent sc%emes can (e disc ssed. 1eplo!ment of RRCs wit% identical cell I1s for ,T1,) and 8+$I1 (ased on 58 R<+T< time difference meas rement. $arrier a&&re&ation scenarios 2incl din& scenarios wit% m ltiple T)s for 8+$I1 (ased on 58 R<+T< time difference meas rement4

T%e st d! incl des t%e definition of t%e a(o*e mentioned scenarios in an initial p%ase.

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St%dy on Iro%p Co**%nic"tion for 6-B =,@9A1002C


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u#i%atio# for CT* G0perli#' R4-1(1(C2 StatusBReport R4-1401C2 +otes R4EA( co*pleted TR (A.CAC +a e Stu"0 o# Group (o

Supporting Individual Me !ers: )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent, )lcatel+. cent S%an&%ai =ell, )TET, .i&%tS'a red, So t%ern.I-$, ? alcomm, 5S 1epartment of $ommerce, Telefonica, ;eneral 1!namics =road(and, -S-, 8ricsson, I)8SI, 5B Come ,ffice, 8lektro(it, =lack(err!, T+7o(ile 5S), ,ran&e, >odafone, 7otorola Sol tions, ITRI, Pantec%, $7$$, 5S$ell lar, Carris, C awei, CiSilicon, HT8, -8$, Sams n& 8*al ate a(ilit! of .T8 to meet p (lic safet! re' irements a&reed in S) for ;ro p comm nication incl din& PTT. ;ro p $omm nication is a ke! f nctionalit! of .and 7o(ile Radio@Pri*ate 7o(ile Radio and p (lic safet! s!stems. "usti#ication ;ro p $omm nication is a ke! f nctionalit! of .and 7o(ile Radio@Pri*ate 7o(ile Radio and p (lic safet! s!stems. S c% f nctionalit! e<ists for *oice calls in e<istin& s!stems s c% as Tetra, P29 and ;S7+R. In t%e latter, t%is f nctionalit! was specified as >oice ;ro p $all Ser*ice Sta&e 2 2>;$S+TS #3.66"4. To position .T8 as tec%nolo&! for critical comm nications s c% as p (lic safet!, &ro p comm nication will (e needed. T%e Sta&e+1 work on ;ro p $omm nication S!stem 8na(lers for .T8 2;$S83.T8, new TS 22.#6"4 %as (een completed, wit% t%e final *ersion of t%e specification 2S1+1333664 sent for 1+step appro*al at S)D66. T%e rele*ant Sta&e+2 work in S)2 2SP+13619"4 %as also (een a&reed and t%e work is on&oin& to st d! a sol tion at t%e s!stem le*el in new R 23.76". )s t%e ne<t step, it is important to identif! and specif! an! impro*ements needed in t%e R)- le*el specifications to meet t%e ser*ice re' irements specified t%erein. $!%ectives: to e*al ate t%e a(ilit! of .T8 to meet t%e p (lic safet! re' irements a&reed in S) &ro ps for ;ro p comm nication incl din& PTTI 8*al ate .T8 air+interface w%en distri( tin& t%e same content sin& nicast, to man! p (lic+safet! +capa(le 58s takin& into acco nt t%e e<pected p (lic safet! se cases 2incl din& *oice and m ltimedia comm nication4U 8*al ate a(ilit! of e7=7S or ot%er mec%anisms to pro*ide &ro p comm nication for p (lic safet! applications. Pro*ide feed(ack to S)1and S)2 on findin&s and an! f rt%er ' estions (ased on t%e anal!sis in R)T%e followin& aspects of t%e &ro p comm nication re' irements &enerated in S)1 and S)2 s%o ld (e considered in t%e e*al ationI Impact of ser mo(ilit! to &ro p comm nication performanceU Ci&% le*el of a*aila(ilit! of t%e radio connection for t%e p (lic+safet! +capa(le 58 for &ro p comm nicationU Scala(ilit! of &ro p comm nication sol tionU -eed to s pport *ario s media, as well as *oiceU Performance, s c% as ;ro p $omm nication end+to+end set p time, ser*ice Foinin&@ac' isition time, and end to end dela! for media transport.

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St%dy on S*"rt Con estion <iti "tion in B-=-RAN =,@9A10028


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G0perli#' R4-1(2082 StatusBReport R4-140102 +otes R4EA( co*pleted TR (A.C4C +a e Stu"0 o# S art (o#2estio# -iti2atio# i# *-,TR!+

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: .; 8lectronics, =roadcom, 8TRI, F Fits , B11I, BT, .; 5pl s, -8$, -TT 1,$,7,, TeliaSonera, Panasonic, Pantec%, =lack=err!, SB Telecom, Soft(ank, HT8, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, B!ocera, 8ricsson+.;, S%arp Rel+12 Sta&e 1 on Pre*ention of mo(ile+ori&inatin& si&nallin& and@or data traffic of 58 in connected mode 2P7,$4 was completed S)D90@SP+136116@$R22.611. S)2 .S S2+132209@RP+136696 ask R)-2 to e*al ate sol tions for access control for 58s in RR$ $,--8$T81
Relate" &or' 1te (s) ,1< Title ;8004 4re$ention of *o+ile-ori in"tin si n"llin "ndJor d"t" tr"ffic of =B in connected 2 *ode +ature of relatio#s4ip Rel"ted SA1 2, for Rel-12

"usti#ication 1 e to t%e fast increase of smartp%ones, e*en d rin& normal operation network operator faces pro(lems in copin& wit% %i&% load of si&nallin& and traffic. T%is pro(lem (ecomes more si&nificant d rin& occ rrences of disaster and@or p (lic festi*ities s c% as new !ear e*ents, sports matc%, etc. w%en ser+&enerated and@or application+&enerated accesses are concentrated d rin& a certain time and t%is ma! ca se con&estion in t%e R)- and $-. In con&estion cases, operator wo ld want to prioritiAe emer&enc! access and %i&% priorit! access o*er t%e ot%er accesses, to prioritiAe RR$@-)S messa&es o*er normal data, or to prioritiAe *oice ser*ices o*er non+*oice ser*ices. S c% prioritiAation control ma! depend on operator polic!. $ rrentl!, t%e network can %andle s c% con&estion (ased on RR$ connection esta(lis%ment ca se, ?oS information s c% as )RP and ?$I and )ccess $lass =arrin& mec%anism. Cowe*er, in some cases, t%ese mec%anisms are not applica(le or inade' ate for con&estion miti&ation. For e<ampleI To minimiAe si&nallin& load ca sed (! idle+to+acti*e transmission, network operator ma! keep t%e 58s in RR$3$,--8$T81 21R:4 state for lon&er time. In toda!Ps specification, )ccess $lass =arrin& mec%anism is not applica(le for 58 in RR$3$,--8$T81. 1 e to (ack+off of random access proced re, calls from t%ese RR$3$,--8$T81 58s wo ld also e<perience call set p dela! or e*en call drop, e.&. for emer&enc!@%i&% priorit! call and *oice call. In addition, RR$3$,--8$T81 58s co ld e<perience dela! of RR$@-)S messa&e deli*er! d e to (ack+off. For 58 in RR$3$,--8$T81, ?oS information can (e sed to identif! t%at a (earer (elon&s to Ci&% Priorit! ser or *oice ser so t%at t%e network will not release t%e concernin& (earer e*en d rin& con&ested sit ation. Cowe*er, ?oS information cannot (e sed w%en t%e connected 58 performin& random access to initiate 8mer&enc! call. For 58s in RR$3I1.8, t%e alread! defined )ccess $lass =arrin& mec%anism ma! (e sed to red ce con&estion in connection esta(lis%ment (! controllin& access from 58s. Cowe*er, access for *oice call cannot (e prioritiAed in connection esta(lis%ment. )lso, if t%e R)- applies con&estion control s c% t%at it will reFect@(ack+off t%e 58s d rin& random access proced re, calls from t%ese RR$3I1.8 58s ma! e<perience dela!ed connection esta(lis%ment or e*en call drop, e.&. for emer&enc!@%i&% priorit! call and *oice call.

T%e Sta&e+1 work on PPre*ention of mo(ile+ori&inatin& si&nallin& and@or data traffic of 58 in connected mode 2P7,$4P %as (een completed, wit% appro*al of rele*ant re' irements in S)D90 2R8.+12 $R to 22.611 in SP+1361164. S)2 also a&reed an .S in S2+132209 2RP+1366964 in order to re' est R)-2 to in*esti&ate and e*al ate t%e possi(le sol tions for access control for 58s in RR$ $,--8$T81. $!%ectives: impro*e con&estion miti&ation %andlin& mec%anisms in RR$3I1.8 and RR$3$,--8$T81 in order toI 1. ens re prioritiAation of t%e followin& mo(ile ori&inatin& accesses d rin& con&estionI + emer&enc! accessU + %i&% priorit! access. 2. dependin& on t%e operator scenario, ens re prioritiAation of t%e followin& mo(ile ori&inatin& access d rin& con&estion + access for initiation of *oice ser*ices s c% as 77T8. *oices and $SF= *oice calls. T%e work is to in*esti&ate and e*al ate sol tions for con&estion miti&ationI + to s pport t%e re' irement of t%e related S)1 work i.e. P7,$ and t%e o tcomes of related work in S)2U + and to address t%e iss es on access in RR$3I1.8 and RR$3$,--8$T81.

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St%dy on RAN "spects of RAN S#"rin Bn#"nce*ents for 6-B =,@9A20044


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:i#is4 1(J0AJ201 4 (o p (0N G0perli#' R41(211A StatusBReport R4-1402;1 TR (A.C;A +a e Stu"0 o# R!+ aspe%ts of R!+ S4ari#2 *#4a#%e e#ts for CT*

Supporting Individual Me !ers: -8$, =ell $anada, e+)ccess, Inter1i&ital, ,ran&e, Soft(ank, Sprint, Telefonica, Telenor, TeliaSonera Tri&&ered (! S)1 Re+12 TR 22."92 St d! on R)- S%arin& 8n%ancements 2FS3RS84 and Rel+13 Feat re RS8 2TS 22.161 Sta&e 14
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,1< Title A0014; RAN S#"rin Bn#"nce*ents +ature of relatio#s4ip St" e 1 re/%ire*ents. -S 22.101

"usti#ication In a precedin& Rel+12 S)1 st d! on R)- S%arin& 8n%ancements 2TR 22."924 se cases %a*e (een collected. S (se' entl!, t%e ens in& re' irements %a*e (een pro*ided in Rel+13 Feat re R)- S%arin& 8n%ancements 2RS84 in S)1 TS 22.161. It was identified t%at f rt%er work is likel! to (e re' ired in R)-3. T%e re' irements wo ld need to (e st died and impacts on 8+5TR)- %a*e to (e identified in terms of arc%itect re and si&nallin&. $!%ectives: st d! %ow to implement t%e re' irements from S)1 as pro*ided in TS 22.161, i.e. o o o o st d! impacts on 8+5TR)- arc%itect re and si&nallin& interfaces, e.&. %ow to introd ce means to ' antif! and monitor reso rces sed (! an! participatin& operator st d! w%ic% c%an&es are needed to rele*ant specifications for w%ic% R)-3 is responsi(le e.&. c%an&es to S1 and :2 si&nallin& co+operate wit% ot%er TS;s@W;s in case some of t%e re' irements wo ld impact parts of t%e o*erall s!stem w%ic% are o t of scope of R)-3 etc.

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,1< ;(00; A

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G0perli#' R4111(48 StatusBReport R4-1(0124 +otes R4E;8 co*pleted TR (1.C40 +a e Stu"0 o# R: a#" *-( reFuire e#ts for a%tive !#te##a !rra0 S0ste (!!S) Ease Statio#

Supporting Individual Me !ers: C awei, )lcatel+. cent, )TET, $)TR, $%ina 5nicom, $%ina Telecom, $7$$, 1e tsc%e Telekom, 8ricsson, CiSilicon, -S-, ,ran&e, T1 Tec%, Telecom Italia, TeliaSonera, 5S $ell lar "usti#ication $ompared wit% =S installed wit% traditional antenna, t%e )cti*e )ntenna )rra! S!stems 2))S4 =S can offer a %ost of (enefitsI It can lead to s!stem capacit!@performance &ains (! fle<i(le cell split or (eam+formin&, and (! elimination of t%e ca(le loss. It ma! si&nificantl! simplif! t%e site en&ineerin& comple<ities and red ce t%e installation costs. It ma! si&nificantl! red ce t%e operation e<penses (! sa*in& t%e re' ired space for t%e =S site infrastr ct re. It can ena(le s!stem optimiAation to (e adapti*e to traffic demands and address network e*ol tion iss es t%ro &% fle<i(le software re+confi& ration of t%e =S and antenna s!stem.

T%e re' irements for ))S =S %a*e (een disc ssed in R)-# and R)- for se*eral meetin&s. $ rrent tests for =S sin& antenna arra!s are fo nd in TS 29.1#1, 36.1#1 and 37.1#1. It remains t%e c rrentl! applica(le tests for =S sin& antenna arra!s. Cowe*er, it was noticed t%at t%ese tests mi&%t not (e s fficient to acc ratel! reflect t%e ))S antennas en*ironment in practical field deplo!ments. T%is St d! Item proposes to e*al ate t%e feasi(ilit! of specif!in& t%e necessar! re' irements for =S sin& ))S $!%ective: to in*esti&ate t%e RF and 87$ re' irements for an ))S =S (ased on macro+cell deplo!ment scenarios for (ot% T11 and F11. T%e st d! will co*er sin&le+R)T 5TR) and 8+5TR), as well as m lti+R)T (ase stations. T%e st d! item partic larl! co*ers t%e followin& two main aspectsI Feasi(ilit! of definin& ))S =S re' irements (ased on t%e commonalit! of different arc%itect re and implementationsI 1e*elop@define rele*ant terminolo&! associated wit% ))S =S to ens re common nderstandin&. 1etermine t%e appropriate approac%es for standardiAation, implementation and test met%odolo&ies St d! t%e followin& aspects Transmitter and recei*er c%aracteristics and t%eir impact on s!stem performance and co+e<istence. T%e core RF and@or 87$ re' irements for t%e transmitter and recei*er. Re& lator! aspects related to m ltiple antenna transmission and t%e impact on ))S =S. Feasi(ilit! of ,T) tests.

=ased on t%e o tcome of t%e a(o*e st dies, t%e followin&+related work will (e identified pendin& appro*al of t%e related Work ItemI 1. 2. T%e RF and@or 87$ re' irements for ))S =S transmitters and recei*ers. T%e met%odolo&ies for implementation of all t%e necessar! c%an&es.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina Telecom, ? alcomm, C awei, HT8, )lcatel+. cent, -S"usti#ication Inter+R)T S,- feat res of .T8 and 5TR)-@;S7 %a*e (een standardiAed in 3;PP. Cowe*er inter+R)T S,- for .T8+$17) is not specified. For t%e $17) operators w%o plan to deplo! .T8 networks, inter .T8+eCRP1 S,- will (rin& man! (enefits, for e<ample, t%e a(ilit! of load (alance will %elp to offload .T8 traffic from@to t%e eCRP1 network, ) tomatic nei&%(or relations%ip will fasten t%e .T8 network deplo!ment, and impro*e t%e %ando*er performance (etween .T8 and eCRP1. In order to s pport inter .T8+eCRP1 S,-, t%e potential sol tions and t%e impacts to c rrent specifications s%o ld (e st died. 3;PP2 %as appro*ed a work item on $17) S,-, w%ic% incl des .T8+eCRP1 inter+R)T scenario. ItPs necessar! to coordinate (etween 3;PP and 3;PP2 on t%is topic. $!%ectives: St d! t%e S,- se cases applied to inter .T8+eCRP1 R)T, incl din& t%e followin& 7o(ilit! load (alancin& (etween .T8 and eCRP1. 7o(ilit! ro( stness optimiAation (etween .T8 and eCRP1.

1e*elop t%e potential sol tions to s pport t%e se cases a(o*e. Identif! t%e impacts to c rrent specifications.

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St%dy on 4"ssi$e ,nter<od%l"tion '4,<) #"ndlin for for =-RA "nd 6-B ."se St"tions =,@9;;0021
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G0perli#' R41202AC StatusBReport R4-1(101A +otes R4EA1 co*pleted 'no spin-off 2,). TR (1.C0C +a e Stu"0 o# Passive 1#ter-o"ulatio# (P1-) 4a#"li#2 for ,TR! a#" CT* Ease Statio#s

Supporting Individual Me !ers: 8ricsson, -S-, )TET, -TT 1o$o7o, Telecom Italia, .i&%tS' ared .inked to Rel+16 WI on 7 lti+standard radio =ase Station RF re' irements for non+conti& o s spectr m deplo!ments 27SR3-$4 5I13#"6629
Relate" &or' 1te (s) (if a#0L ,1< Title 4C002; Rel-10 2, <%lti-st"nd"rd r"dio ."se St"tion RF re/%ire*ents for non-conti %o%s spectr%* deploy*ents '<SR9NC)

"usti#ication T%e impact of passi*e intermod lation 2PI74 on =ase Station recei*er performance %as (een e<tensi*el! disc ssed in R)-# in relation to t%e 7SR+-$ work. It %as (een s%own t%at t%e de&radation depends on se*eral factors and can in some cases (e ' ite se*ere 2o*er 16 d=4. It was also concl ded t%at p ttin& re' irements onl! on t%e =S will not sol*e t%e iss e, since passi*e intermod lation can (e &enerated in t%e complete site infra+str ct re, incl din& t%e antennas. For t%is reason, t%e PI7 iss e needs to (e addressed from a (roader =S site and infrastr ct re point *iew in a separate st d! item. $!%ective: to in*esti&ate t%e passi*e intermod lation iss e from an o*erall perspecti*e, wit% t%e o(Fecti*e to concl de on a wa! forward for t%e PI7 pro(lem and propose correspondin& re' irements for t%e =Ss. It is proposed to primaril! foc s on t%e followin& stepsI 1. 2. 5nderstand t%e o*erall PI7 mec%anism, impact and le*el of de&radation considerin& t%e PI7 performance of t%e complete site infrastr ct re, incl din& t%e =S. $oncl de on reasona(le new PI7+related re' irements for t%e =S, set in relation to t%e site infra+str ct re PI7 performance. 8<istin& =S RF re' irements and tests remain nc%an&ed. )pplica(ilit! conditions of new PI7+ related re' irements will (e also in*esti&ated and defined. $onsider and de*elop test met%ods so t%e PI7 performance can (e capt red and tested properl!

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T%e followin&+related work will (e re' iredI In t%e =S+PI7 St d! Item report, identif! possi(le site deplo!ment aspects, possi(le co nter meas res and wa! forward, w%ic% s%o ld ser*e as a deplo!ment & ide line.

Identif! t%e correspondin& re' irements needed and t%eir applica(ilit! for t%e =S core and tests, (ased pon t%e o tcome of st d! item.

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G0perli#' R4-1220(C StatusBReport R4-1(1A11 +otes R4EA2 co*pleted TR (1.C(4 +a e Stu"0 o# &C!+>3GPP Ra"io 1#terwor'i#2

Supporting Individual Me !ers: Intel, ? alcomm, 8ricsson, ST+8ricsson, )TET, TelefSnica, $%ina 7o(ile, Ip.access, 7ediatek, 7otorola 7o(ilit!, 1ISC -etwork, =roadcom, -8$, 5(i' is!s, 1e tsc%e Telekom, HT8, $)TT, Panasonic, =lack=err!, B11I, T+7o(ile, -TT 1,$,7,, )lcatel . cent, TeliaSonera, ,ran&e, >odafone, -S-, -okia, Sprint, B!ocera , C awei, CiSilicon, $%ina 5nicom, .i&%tS' ared, Pantec% 8*al ate .T8+W.)- E 5TR)+W.)- interworkin& proced res w%ile impro*in& seamless E non+seamless mo(ilit!. "usti#ication W.)- interworkin& and inte&ration is c rrentl! s pported at t%e $- le*el, incl din& (ot% seamless and non+seamless mo(ilit! to W.)-. Cowe*er, as operator controlled W.)- deplo!ments (ecome more common and W.)- sa&e increases, R)- le*el en%ancements for W.)- interworkin& w%ic% ma! impro*e ser e<perience, pro*ide more operator control and (etter access network tiliAation and red ced ,P8: ma! (e needed. T%is st d! will foc s on identification of scenarios of interest, and on sol tions addressin& mo(ilit! (etween cell lar and W.)-. T%e st d! will co*er si&nallin& en%ancements and potential network arc%itect re c%an&es needed to s pport t%em. T%e followin& iss es s%o ld (e taken into acco nt d rin& t%e st d!I 1. 2. 3. ,perator deplo!ed W.)- networks are often nder+ tiliAed 5ser e<perience is s (optimal w%en 58 connects to an o*erloaded W.)- network 5nnecessar! W.)- scannin& ma! drain 58 (atter! reso rces

$!%ective: to e*al ate .T8+W.)- and 5TR)+W.)- interworkin& proced res addressin& t%e iss es a(o*e w%ile impro*in& seamless and non+seamless mo(ilit!. T%e st d! s%all appl! solel! to W.)- )Ps deplo!ed and controlled (! cell lar operators and t%eir partners. T%e st d! s%all co*er (ot% collocated and non+collocated Caeb-=s@e-=s@-ode=s and W.)- )Ps. In a first p%aseI Identif! t%e re' irements for R)- le*el interworkin&, and clarif! t%e scenarios to (e considered in t%e st d! w%ile takin& into acco nt e<istin& standardiAed mec%anisms. In a second p%aseI Identif! sol tions addressin& t%e re' irements identified in t%e first p%ase w%ic% cannot (e sol*ed sin& e<istin& standardiAed mec%anisms, incl din&I o Sol tions t%at ena(le en%anced operator control for W.)- interworkin&, and ena(le W.)- to (e incl ded in t%e operatorPs cell lar Radio Reso rce 7ana&ement. o 8n%ancements to access network mo(ilit! and selection w%ic% take into acco nt information s c% as radio link ' alit! per 58, (ack%a l ' alit!, load, etc for (ot% cell lar and W.)- accesses 8*al ate t%e (enefits and impacts of identified mec%anisms o*er e<istin& f nctionalit!, incl din& core network (ased W.)- interworkin& mec%anisms 2e.&. )-1SF4.

8<istin& I888 "62.11 specifications s%all (e taken into consideration in t%is st d!. ,n+&oin& S)2 W.)related st d! items and potential $- impact of t%e a(o*e en%ancements s%all (e taken into acco nt.

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Supporting Individual Me !ers: $%ina 5nicom, 1e tsc%e Telekom, -S-, -okia, ITRI, IP )ccess, C awei, Cisilicon, $)TT, 8ricsson, >odafone "usti#ication .on&+term coe<istence is likel! to occ r (etween 57TS@CSP) and .T8 in one operatorPs network w%ic% places interworkin& mec%anism into a *er! important position. $ rrentl! inter+R)T %ando*er (etween 57TS@CSP) and .T8 ses relocation proced res. Se*eral small e*ol tions %a*e (een done to make t%ese proced re work (etter from Rel+". Cowe*er, t%e e<tensi*e %ando*er messa&es and e<cessi*e si&nallin& loads in c rrent 57TS@CSP) and .T8 interworkin& ma! lead to low network efficienc! and s (optimal ser e<perience in practical deplo!ments. S c% pro(lems co ld (e e*en more critical in .T8 initial deplo!ments 2limited .T8 co*era&e4 or %otspot t!pe of deplo!ments, leadin& to fre' ent inter+R)T %ando*ers and ot%er interoperation proced res. In order to facilitate m lti+R)T deplo!ment and operation, t%ere is a stron& need to in*esti&ate possi(le mec%anism for seamless 57TS@CSP) and .T8 interworkin&. =esides t%e en%ancement of e<istin& mec%anisms, interoperation (etween t%e two R)Ts %andled (! t%e Radio )ccess -etwork wo ld (e a promisin& approac% in order to (enefit mo(ilit! performance and red ce impact and reso rce ( rden on $ore -etwork. Possi(le performance (enefits from R)- le*el interworkin& needs to (e (alanced a&ainst t%e additional impact on network, wit% reasona(le cost & aranteed. T%e followin& aspects of inter+R)T interoperation can (e en*isioned for f rt%er st d! at leastI ,ptimiAed inter+R)T %ando*er proced re dela! and si&nalin& load Impro*ed inter+R)T load (alancin& (etween 57TS@CSP) and .T8 networks in &eneral, and 57TS@CSP) macro and .T8 %otspot deplo!ments in partic lar. to in*esti&ate potential impro*ements for 57TS@CSP) and .T8 interworkin& from R)- perspecti*eI

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In*esti&ate and e*al ate mec%anisms to en%ance inter+R)T call redirection, connected mode mo(ilit! and load (alancin& (etween 57TS@CSP) and .T8. Identif! t%e s ita(le depl