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1-1 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.

01/EN January, 2000


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GSM System and Products Overview
SY1 Course
1-2 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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Section 1
Introduction
1-3 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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BSS
System
Courses
BSS
System
Courses
BSS System Courses
ARI Advanced Radio Interface
Description 3 days
BS21 BSC 12000 and TCU
Advanced Description 2 days
NE2 BSS Optimization Parameters 3 days
NMO Network Monitoring and
Optimization 2 days
PR1 S8000 BTS Family
Advanced Description 2 days
PR2 S2000 L&H and e-cell BTS
Advanced Description 1 day
PR3 BSS Products Overview 2 days
PR4 BSC and TCU 3G Advanced
Description 2 days
SR11 BSS Release V11 Overview 1 day
SR12 BSS Release V12 Overview 1 day
SY2 BSS Dimensioning 2 days
BSS I nstallation & Commissioning
PIC1 BSC & TCU Installation and
Commissioning. 5 days
PIC7 BTS S8000 Outdoor I&C 5 days
PIC10 BTS S8000 Indoor I&C 4 days
PIC17 BTS S8000 I&C 5 days
PIM8 BTS S2000 (H&L) I&C and O&M 2 days
NSS
System
Courses
NSS System Courses
900 GSM Intelligent Networks Overview 3 days
930 GSM DMS Overview 3 days
931 GSM NSS Overview 2 days
932 GSM Data Overview 1 day
935 GSM HLR-PS (Provisioning Server) 3 days
936 GSM Billing Mediation Device (GMBD) 3 days
937 OMC-S Overview & Operation 2 days
938 GSM GPP-IWF 5 days
950 GSM DMS Maintenance Part 1 10 days
951 GSM DMS Maintenance Part 2 10 days
961 GSM09 Release Delta 2 days
962 GSM10 Release Delta 1 day
963 GSM11 Release Delta 2 days
970 GSM-MSC/VLR Translations 10 days
972 GSM HLR Service Datafill 5 days
974 GSM CCS7 Transl. and Operations 5 days
Radio and Network Engineering
Courses
RSV1 Radio Site Verification 1 day
RSV2 RSV Measurement & Post-Processing 2 days
CNE Cellular Network Engine. Process 1 day
RF0 RF Basics 3 days
CP1 Cell Planning Fundamentals 2 days
CP2 Cell Planning Project 5 days
RSQ1 Radio Survey and RF Qualification 2 days
RSQ2 Radio Measurements 3 days
SSE1 Site Survey and Site Engineering 1 day
SSE2 Site Survey Visit and Engineering
Case Studies 1 day
SSE3 Aerial Verification 2 days
NETRF1 Network and RF Engineering Course 5 days
BSS Operation
& Maintenance
Courses
BSS Operation
& Maintenance Courses
OM1/2 BSS Operation and Maintenance 10 days
OM4 OMC-R Administration 4 days
OM5 BSS Databuild 5 days
OM6 S8000 BTS Local Maintenance 2 days
OM7 BSS Performance
Measurements Tools 2 days
OM9 BSS Operation and Fault

Handling 4 days
OM10 Reconfiguration Tools 3 days
OM31 BSC and TCU Local Maintenance 3 days
OMDV10-12 BSS Release for V10 Experts 3 days
OMDV12 BSS Release for V11 Experts 2 days
OM36 BSC, TCU and BTS S8000
Local Maintenance 5 days
GSM Training Curriculum
1 - BSS and NSS Courses
System Courses
SY0 GSM General Overview 2 days
SY1 GSM System and Products
Overview 5 days
SYS GSM System Overview 3 days
TL1 Telecommunications Overview 2 days
TL4 ATM Overview 1 day
1-4 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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RL11 GSM-R System and Products
Overview 5 days
RL12 GSM-R deltas with standard GSM 1 day
RL21 GSM-R BSS Optimization parameters 3 days
RL22 GSM-R BSS Optimization parameters
versus GSM 1 day
RL23 GSM-R BSS dimensioning 2 days
RL30 GSM-R IN Overview and datafill 5 days
RL31 GSM-R NSS Overview 2 days
RL32 GSM-R HLR Service Datafill 5 days
RL41 GSM-R RF Engineering 5 days
RL51 BTS S8002 I&C 3 days
RL61 BTS S8002 local maintenance 2 days
RL62 GSM-R performance measurements
tools 2 days
RL63 BSS O&M for GSM-R 10 days
RL64 BSS Operations and Fault Handling
for GSM-R 4 days
GSM-R Courses
TL2 Frame Relay Overview 1 day
TL3 TCP/IP Overview 2 days
GP0 GPRS General Overview 1 day
GP1 GPRS Technical Description 3 days
GP10 Passport Operation and Maintenance 2 days
GP2 PCUSN Configuration and Operation 1.5 day
GP3 SGSN Configuration and Operation 1.5 day
GP4 GGSN Configuration and Operation 2 days
GP5 OMC-D Operation 5 days
GPRS Courses
UMTS Courses
UM0 UMTS Introduction 1 day
PN1 PicoNODE Product Overview 1 day
PN2 PicoNODE OMC Network Operation 5 days
PN3 PicoNODE OMC System Administration 5 days
PN4 PicoNODE BSS Operation 5 days
PN5 PicoNODE NSS Operation 5 days
PN245 PicoNODE: From I&C to O&M 10 days
PicoNODE Courses
GSM Training Curriculum
2 - GPRS, UMTS, BSS Tools, GSM-R, and PicoNODE Courses
BSS Tools Courses
CT1000 CT1000 Course 8 days
CT1000_NRP Reconfiguration Procedures 4 days
CT3100 CT3100 Course 5 days
CT3100OJT On the job training 3 days
CT7100 GSM Network Monitoring and
Optimization Tool (NSS and BSS) 4 days
CT7100_B GSM Network Monitoring and
Optimization Tool (BSS only) 3 days
CT7100_N GSM Network Monitoring and
Optimization Tool (NSS only) 2 days
CT7100_T GSM Network Monitoring Tool
(Call Trace/Call Path Trace) 1 day
1-5 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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BSS Nortel Technical Publications
NORTEL
Operations Manuals
Maintenance
Manuals
Reference
Manuals
OMC-R
Architecture
and
Reference
TCU
BSC
6000/
12000
S4000
Outdoor
BTS
S2000/
S2000E
BTS
S8000/
S8002
BTS
GSM-BSS
Documentation
16
06
S4000/
S4000C
Indoor
BTS
03
22
23
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63
BSS
Overview
01
BSS Product
Documen-
tation
Overview
00
BSS
Operating
Principles
07
BSS
Operating
User
08
General Information
S2000H/L
BTS
35
34
BSS
Operating
Procedures
Fault Number Description
103
S8000/
S8002
BTS
104
S2000H/L
e-cell
BTS
CT1000/
CT3100
Instal.
Manual
38 118
CT5100
BSS CCM
User
Manual
105
Advanced
Maintenance
Procedures
101
BSC/TCU
36
BSS
Parameters
User Guide
32
OMC-R
Preventive
& Corrective
Maintenance
S4000
Smart
BTS
43
102
S2000/
S2000E
S4000
BTS
ROT
14
BSC
Maintenance
Procedures
TCU
Maintenance
Procedures
Maintenance
Principles
S2000/
S2000E BTS
Maintenance
Procedures
S4000 BTS
Maintenance
Procedures
S8000 BTS
Maintenance
Procedures
TML
(BSC/TCU)
User Manual
50
41
39
42
46
47
48
S2000 H/L BTS
Maintenance
Procedures
49
TML
(BTS)
User Manual
51
S8002 BTS
Maintenance
Procedures
84
29
CT1000
User
Manual
e-cell
BTS
92
e-cell BTS
Maintenance
Manual
90
Whats new
in the
BSS V12
NTP suite
88
PE/CDC/DD/0004
CD-ROM of
GSM BSS NTPs
PE/CDC/DD/0026
CD-ROM of
BSS Parameters User Guide
CT Tools (optional)
CT3100
Operating
Procedures
54
V11/ V12
O&M
Evolutions
52
60
Call Trace/
Call Path Trace
Analyzer
User Manual
20
CT7100
User
Manual
21
CT7100
Instal.
Manual
1-6 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: GSM History
Section 3: Basic Network Overview
Section 4: Services
Section 5: Cellular Principles
Section 6: Radio Interface
Section 7: Architecture, Functions and
Protocols
Section 8: Procedures
Section 9: BTS Functions
Section 10: S2000/4000/S8000 BTS
Families
Section 11: BSC Functions
Section 12: BSC 6000/12000/12000HC
Family
Section 13: TransCoder Unit Functions
Section 14: TCU Physical Presentation
Section 15: NSS Functions
Section 16: NSS Nortel: DMS and GPP
Section 17: OSS Functions
Section 18: OMC-R, TML and OMC-S
Section 19: PicoNODE Family
Section 20: Solutions of Exercises
Section 21: Glossary
GSM System
SY1 Course
Organization
GSM Products
1-7 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
describe the GSM system and its role in wireless communications
worldwide,
quote the GSM network services,
describe the GSM cellular features,
describe the Radio Interface,
describe the steps of the main procedures (call establishment,
location updating, handover, etc.),
describe the functions of NSS (Network Sub System), BSS (Base
station Sub System), OSS (Operation Sub System) and MS (Mobile
Station),
describe the software architecture of the GSM system,
identify and describe the NORTEL NETWORKS GSM products.
Objectives
1-8 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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Section 2
GSM History
1-9 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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Provide an introduction to the world of mobile
communications with particular emphasis on
development to digital cellular radio.
After completing this lesson you will be able to:
- Relate the early mobile communication systems.
- Show the benefits of digital radio transmission.
- Relate the development and spread of the GSM standard.
- Indicate the trend for wireless in the next years.
Objectives
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Before GSM: Mobile Telephony Milestones
Electric transmission
(Graham Bell)
1st wireless
transmissions
(Marconi)



1st analog cellular
network
1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0
Digital Technology
(1st digital switch)
1st public mobile
telephone
1st GSM communication
(digital cellular network)
1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0
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1981 NMT
The Nordic Solution
Now 18 Millions Subscribers
450 MHz and 900 MHz
NORWAY, DENMARK
FINLAND, SWEDEN,
FRANCE (450 MHz)
1985 TACS in UK
800 and 900 MHz
1979 AMPS
800 MHz
Now 25 Millions
Subscribers
1985
RADIOCOM 2000
FRANCE
400 MHz
900 MHz
Dedicated developments
Japan
NTT cellular (1979)
JTACS (1988)
1986
C.450
GERMANY
450 MHz
Analog Cellular Systems Around the World
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1982: Groupe Spcial Mobile (GSM) created within CEPT
1985: List of recommendations are settled and intensely
supported by the industry.
1987: Initial MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) aside the
drafting of technical specifications was signed by
network operators of 13 countries:
time-scales for the procurement and deployment,
compatibly of numbering and routing plans,
tariff principles and definition of accounting.
1990: The GSM specifications for the 900 MHz are frozen.
Specifications start for the 1800 MHz GSM systems.
GSM stands as
"Global System for Mobile communications"
Development of the GSM Standard
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1991: First system trial are running.
1992: Official commercial launch of GSM service in Europe.
1993: - The GSM-MoU has 62 signatories in 39 countries
worldwide. In addition 32 applicants in 19 others
countries.
- GSM network are operational in Europe.
- First commercial services also start outside Europe.
- One million subscribers to GSM networks.
1995: Specification of GSM phase 2 are frozen.
Development of the GSM Standard
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12 SERIES
OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE
01 SERIES
GENERAL
02 SERIES
SERVICE ASPECTS
03 SERIES
NETWORK ASPECTS
04 SERIES
MS-BSS INTERFACE AND
PROTOCOLS
05 SERIES
PHYSICAL LAYER ON THE
RADIO PATH.
06 SERIES
SPEECH CODING
SPECIFICATIONS
07 SERIES
TERMINAL ADAPTERS
FOR MOBILE STATIONS
11 SERIES
EQUIPMENT AND TYPE
APPROVAL SPECIFICATIONS
10 SERIES
SERVICE INTERWORKING
09 SERIES
NETWORK
INTERWORKING
08 SERIES
BSS TO MSC INTERFACES
GSM Specifications
1-15 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 120 140 160 180 200 240 300 MHz
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 GHz
0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0 2.4
AM Marine
Short Wave - International Broadcast - Amateur
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 MHz
CB
26 28
VHF LOW Band FM VHF VHF TV 7-13
0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2.0 2.4 3.0 GHz
UHF UHF TV 14-69 GPS
Cellular GSM1800, GSM1900
Broadcasting
Land-Mobile
Aeronautical
Mobile telephony
Terrestrial Microwave
Satellite
The Application of the Radio Spectrum
1-16 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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Uplink
Downlink
880 890 915
1710 1785
925 935 960 1805 1880
MHz
P-GSM
GSM 1800
GSM 1900
1850 1910
1930 1990
R-GSM
876
921
960
960
915
915
E-GSM
GSM Family Radio Band Spectrum
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Digital Advantages
Worldwide market
Open system
Technology low cost
High resistance
to interferences
Transmission data rate
Roaming
$
Transmission Security
Advantages of the GSM standard
GSM Benefits
1-18 Introduction PE/TRD/GR/0101 12.01/EN January, 2000
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GSM Standard Spread: Sales
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networks
customers
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dec 93 18 34 1.4
dec 94 41 65 4.5
dec 95 67 113 12.5
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dec 97 105 233 66
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Countries without GSM Network(s)
2005: Between 700 million and 1 billion expected.
End 1999: 220 millions of subscribers
370 networks in 137 countries
Development of the GSM Standard
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Voice 96%
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Data 70%
Explosive Growth in Wireless Data
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Increasing GSM Data Rates
10 sec 1 min 10 min 1 hour 0
UMTS
E/GPRS
ISDN
PSTN
GSM
web
e-mail
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video
clip
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HSCSD
9.6
SMS

14.4
Mobile Data Rate
Explosion in Next 4 Years
Mobile Data Technology Evolution
GPRS = General Packet Radio Service
HSCSD = High Speed Circuit Switched Data
EDGE = Enhanced Data rate for Gsm Evolution
UMTS = Universal Mobile Telecomunication System
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GPRS
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Corporate
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General Packet Radio Service
X.25 PSPDN
IP
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GSM
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GPRS
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packet
circuit
speed kbps
log scale
GPRS and EDGE
New highly spectrum-efficient modulation for higher bit rates
GMSK modulation replaced with 8-Phase Shift Keying: throughput x 3
Applicable to both HSCSD and GPRS
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Enhanced Data rate for Gsm Evolution
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Universal Mobile Telecommunication System
Wireless office - Business
Tele conference
Sales order placement
Files transfer
Intranet services

Travel - Car Centric Application
Video and graphic oriented navigation tool
Traffic intelligent information system
Emergency services
Location based yellow pages

Entertainment / Education / Personal Communication
Video/music on demand
Interactive games / Tele-tourism
Virtual school
Video telephony
alternative: A2
30 min delay
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Basic Network Overview
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After completing this lesson you will be able to:
List the 3 sub-systems of a GSM system and their interfaces.
List the different equipment in each GSM sub-system.
Objectives
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Traffic
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RING !
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BSC MSC
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BSS
NSS
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PSTN
Network Overview
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+
G S M
Global GSM Mobility
Card
The Smart Card to use
SIM Card
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Battery Handset
battery
2W
jmhfod
kgdjipj
f153454
Mobile Station
=
Mobile Station
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G S M
Global GSM Mobility
Card
The Smart Card to use
+
SIM-Card
Handset
Subscriber knows
- Called party number = MS-ISDN
- PIN
Contains:
- IMSI
=
Calling line
0609225831

SIM-Card and GSM Mobile Equipment
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25 mm
15 mm
Microchip with stored
user information
Credit Card Size
Permanent data:
- Unique mobile subscriber identity
through IMSI number,
- Authentication parameter Ki,
- Authentication algorithm A3,
- Generating encryption key Kc
algorithm A8.
Removable data:
- Temporary Mobile Subscriber Number,
- Location Area Identification.
SIM-Card
G S M
Global GSM Mobility
Card
The Smart Card to use
The SIM-Card Functions
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Nature
International Mobile Subscriber Identity


Conformity with E212
Mobile Station -
Integrated Services Digital Network Nb

Similar to ISDN,
Conformity with E164/E213
Nb. digits
3 2 max 10 1 to 3 2 to 4 total max 15
* This code does not identify a geographical area
but an operator
MS - ISDN
Format
MCC MNC
MSIN
H1 H2 x x x ......... x x x
CC NDC
SN
M1 M2 x x x x x x x x
Meaning
Mobile
Country
Code
Mobile
Network
Code
Mobile Subscriber
Ident. Nb
H1 H2 = Identity of HLR
within the home PLMN
Country
Code
(where
subscription
has been made)
National
Destination
Code *
Mobile Subscriber
(national definition)
M1 M2 = nbr of logical HLR
IMSI
National Significant Mobile Number
Identify a PLMN
worldwide
Identify the subscriber
of a PLMN
Subscriber Identification
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Type Approval
Code
TAC FAC SNR
SP
Final Assembly
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Serial number (SPare)
Mobile Identification
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RF power
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Frequency (900/1800/1900)
Short message
Classmark
Class
GSM
900
GSM
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1900
Power classes
1
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8 W*
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MS Classmark
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2 W 5 W
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Fax Organizer
PC
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900-1800
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Java
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A Interface
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Abis Interface
NSS
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OMN Interface
Public Telephone Network
MS
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S2000H&L
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Radio
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BSS Architecture
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NSS Architecture
MSC
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BSC
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AuC EIR
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PSTN
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2- What is an IMSI? a MSISDN? an IMEI?
4- Is it possible for a given subscriber to have several MSISDN?
3- What is a PIN code?
Check Your Learning
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Services
Section 4
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Relate the services that can be offered to GSM subscribers
This section explores the services that are provided
in a GSM network.
Objectives
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Hello
Teleservices
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G S M
Global GSM Mobility
Card
The Smart Card to use
Do not require a SIM-Card
while "112" is invoked
Emergency
112
Teleservices
2 - Emergency Call
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GSM Network
Information
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Teleservices
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SMS-MO/ PP
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SMS-MT/ PP
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Teleservices
4 - Short Message Service
SMS-SC
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Alternate Speech and Fax:
Automatic fax:
Teleservices
5 - Fax
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Teleservices
voice
Teleservices
Fax G3, SMS
Cable that
bears data
Embodied
bearer
treatments for
radio transmission
Data / Fax
kit adaptation
Teleservices
6 - User's Data Call Features
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Voice
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Please leave
a message
after the tone
GSM
network
1
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Voice mail
box
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to voice
mail box
Warming up...
You have
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messages...
Retrieving the voice
messages
Teleservices
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Calling line
0609225831
Cnted line
0609173957
Calling Line Identification

presentation (CLIP)

restriction (CLIR)

Connected Line Identification

presentation (CoLP)

restriction (CoLR)

Calling Name Presentation
(CNAP)
Calling Party
CoLP
CLIR
Called Party
CLIP
CoLR
Supplementary Services
1 - Line Identification
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unconditional (CFU)

on busy (CFB)

on no reply (CFNRy)

on not reachable (CFNRc)
1 2
Supplementary Services
2 - Call Transfer and Call Forwarding
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WAIT
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Supplementary Services
3 - Waiting / Hold and Multi Party
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Outgoing (BAOC)

Outgoing international (BOIC)

Outgoing international
except home PLMN country (BOIC-exHC)





Incoming (BAIC)

Incoming when roaming outside
(BIC-Roam)
Supplementary Services
4 - Call Barring
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HELLO
Unable to place
a call.
Reinitiate
the call
SPEAKING
BUSY
...
Speaking
Call is
established
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This call in state
Idle
Ring !
Ring !
NEW!
Supplementary Services
5 - Call Completion (CCBS)
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information on progress
of the cost of the call
Completion of call
need charging
Insert a
SIM credit Card
Advice of Charge Information (AoCI)
Advice of Charge Charging (AoCC)
Supplementary Services
6 - Advice of Charge
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The aim of the CAMEL (Customized Application for Mobile network Enhanced
Logic) is to provide GSM network operators with the ability to create specific
services in their home network, and export these services to their subscribers
when roaming outside the home network.
CAMEL introduces the ability to provide location dependent IN type of services
to mobiles subscribers.
Intelligent Network Services
IN and CAMEL
Main IN Services:
Personal Number
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Sponsored Cell & Call
Prepaid Calling
Location Inquiry
Geo Zone
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IN Services: Virtual Private Network
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Bristol
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Copyright 1996 Northern Telecom
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Corporate Numbering Plan

Lower rate for on-net calls
Closed User Group
Wireline Access
Speed Dialing
Location & Time
dependant routing
Location & Time
dependant screening
50 c/min
25 c/min
25 c/min
25 c/min
924 63256
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IN Services: Prepaid Calling
Account status
enquiry and
notification
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Flexible features for easy
service packaging
Multiple Tariff Plans

Tariffs using fixed charge, CC, NC, distance, time & day, roaming
charges...

Possible language selection by subscriber

Bulk account loading for easy provisioning

Multiple recharging options
Copyright 1996 Northern Telecom
RANK1ONE
5542 1139 1464 228 99494
6/91 6/99
VALID DATES
SCOOBY DOO
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Today, up to 50 % off
on handbags !
Sponsors can also change their
announcements on the phone
...made from
specified
locations
at predefined
times of day
Sponsors can
target specific
customers
by sponsoring
some of their
calls...
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Your next two minute calling
is brought to you free today by
The leather Shop located on
first level of the Central
Shopping Centre.
Come and visit us
Today, up to 50 % off on
handbags !
Calls from this
location are
sponsored.
Today buy one
dinner at Bellinis on
Keith Street, near the
cinemas, and get one
free!
Service can be offered via access
code or through subscription
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Promotional
Informations:
call #15
IN Services: Location Inquiry
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Possible customization of announcement
directly by the advertiser
Todays special at
The Anchor is Maine
lobster soup

Be the first ten caller and
get a free cocktail !
The closest restaurants are:
The Wind Jammer
on 132 Flinton Street
Sea food
Phone 55 1968
press 1 to connect
The Palace
on 11 Bourke Street
Chinese food
Phone 55 0407
press 2 to connect
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Cell dependent information
Direct connection to advertisers
The closest restaurants are:
The Tower, Tower Hill,
Phone 56 4589,
Press 1 to connect
The Anchor
St Catherine Dock
Phonce 56 2548
Press 2 to connect
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Copyright 1996 Northern Telecom
50 c/min 10 c/min 15 c/min
Specific rates applied to calls made from Home/Office zone
Home Zone
Office Zone
Wide Area
Cellular
Copyright
1996
Northern
Telecom
Multiple zones can be defined
Notification of current
zone before call set-up:

when in home/office zone
and/or
when out of zones
Copyright 1996 Northern Telecom
This call is being
made outside of your
home zone.

Wait to complete it or
hang-up now.
IN Services: Geo Zone
1 - Outgoing Calls
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Fixed network service with built-in mobility
Notification of current
zone before incoming
call is connected:
when in home/office zone
and/or
when out of zones
Copyright 1996 Northern Telecom
You are going to be
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this call.

Wait to accept it or
hang-up now.
IN Services: Geo Zone
2 - Incoming Calls
With Notification
When you are at home,
you are called directly
When you are away from home,
you decide if the call is routed to:
OR
Copyright 1996 Northern Telecom
Your Caller pays
fixed line rate
You pay nothing
Your Caller pays
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You pay nothing
Your Caller pays
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You pay the
forwarding leg
Voice mail
Calling the fixed number
C o p y r i g h t
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1- What are the three categories of services defined in GSM?
2- What are the two types of short messages?
3- What are the two required pieces of equipment for data exchanges in
GSM (one in the MS, the other in the MSC)?
4- What are the user data rates which were selected for GSM?
Check Your Learning
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5- What is the CLIP supplementary service?
6- What is the CoLP supplementary service?
7- What is the MPTY supplementary service?
8- What is the call forwarding supplementary services?
Check Your Learning (continue)