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Wireless Mobile Networking With ANSI-41

Michael D. Gallagher and Randy Snyder
Format
Book
Published
New York ; London : McGraw-Hill, 2000.
Language
English
ISBN
0071352317
Contents
  • 1 Basics of Wireless Communications 3
  • What Are Wireless Telecommunications? 4
  • Origin of Advanced Mobile Phone System 4
  • Some Basic Cellular Concepts 5
  • 2 Wireless Telecommunications Standards 15
  • What is a Standard? 16
  • Scope of a Standard 17
  • Who Makes and Uses Telecommunications Standards? 17
  • Standards Groups, Trade Groups, and User Groups 18
  • American National Standards and the TIA 19
  • TIA Committee TR-45 22
  • 3 Wireless Telecommunications Network Signaling 25
  • What is a Wireless Telecommunications Network? 26
  • Overview of Signaling 27
  • Network Signaling and Access Signaling 28
  • In-band Signaling and Out-of-band Signaling 29
  • Signaling System No. 7 32
  • Overview of Intersystem Operations 33
  • Origin of the ANSI-41 Solution 35
  • 4 Wireless Telecommunications Network Reference Models 37
  • Purpose and Description of a Network Reference Model 38
  • Physical Models versus Logical Models 38
  • Network Reference Models and the Three-stage Specification Process 41
  • Elements of a Wireless Telecommunications Network Reference Model 43
  • ANSI-41 Network Reference Model 46
  • Mapping the Logical Model to the Real World 63
  • Relationships Between Functional Entities 67
  • Other Network Interfaces 67
  • Multiple Interpretations of the Network Reference Model 68
  • General Scope of Wireless Functionality 70
  • Mobility Management 72
  • Radio System Management 86
  • Call Processing 90
  • Operations, Administration, and Maintenance 100
  • Terrestrial Transmission Facilities Management 102
  • Summary of ANSI-41 Functional Scope 103
  • Part 2 ANSI-41 Explained 107
  • 6 Road to ANSI-41 109
  • IS-41 Revision 0 (IS-41-0) 110
  • IS-41 Revision A 111
  • IS-41 Revision B 112
  • IS-41 Revision C 114
  • ANSI-41 Revision D 116
  • ANSI-41 Revision E 116
  • 7 Structure of the ANSI-41 Standard 119
  • Influence of the Three-Stage Specification Process on the ANSI-41 Structure 120
  • Influence of the Three Major Functional Areas on the ANSI-41 Structure 128
  • 8 ANSI-41 Protocol Architecture 133
  • Data Transfer versus Information Transfer 134
  • Relationship with the OSI Reference Model 134
  • ANSI-41 Data Transfer Services 138
  • ANSI-41 Application Services 144
  • 9 Basic Intersystem Handoff Functions 159
  • What Is Intersystem Handoff? 161
  • Where Are Intersystem Handoff Functions Specified in ANSI-41? 162
  • Issues Associated with Intersystem Handoff 163
  • Handoff Measurement 165
  • Handoff Forward 169
  • Handoff Back 173
  • Path Minimization 176
  • Call Release 183
  • Summary of ANSI-41 Operations Used for Basic Intersystem Handoff 186
  • 10 Basic Automatic Roaming Functions 187
  • What Is Automatic Roaming? 189
  • Where Are Automatic Roaming Functions Specified in ANSI-41? 190
  • Issues Associated with Automatic Roaming 191
  • MS Service Qualification 192
  • MS Location Management 196
  • MS State Management 206
  • HLR and VLR Fault Recovery 207
  • Summary of ANSI-41 Operations Used for Basic Automatic Roaming 211
  • 11 Authentication Functions 213
  • What Is Authentication? 215
  • Where Are Authentication Functions Specified in ANSI-41? 217
  • Issues Associated with Authentication 218
  • Shared Secret Data Sharing 219
  • Global Challenge 227
  • Unique Challenge 238
  • SSD Update 246
  • Call History Count Update 250
  • Authentication Reporting 255
  • Authentication Enhancements in IS-778 258
  • Authentication of Mobile Stations that Support IMSI 263
  • Summary of ANSI-41 Operations Used for Authentication 265
  • 12 Call Processing Functions 267
  • What Is ANSI-41 Call Processing? 268
  • Where Are Call Processing Functions Specified in ANSI-41? 269
  • Issues Associated with Call Processing 270
  • Call Origination Services 272
  • Call Termination Services 294
  • Feature Control Services 319
  • Summary of ANSI-41y Operations Used for Call Processing 328
  • 13 Short-Message Service Functions 333
  • What Is Short-message Service? 334
  • Where Are SMS Functions Specified in ANSI-41? 340
  • Issues Associated with SMS 340
  • SME Service Qualification 341
  • SME Location Management 342
  • SME State Management 343
  • Short-message Processing 345
  • Summary of ANSI-41 Operations Used for SMS 362
  • 14 Operations, Administration, and Maintenance Functions 363
  • Where Are OA&M Functions Specified in ANSI-41? 364
  • Inter-MSC Circuit Blocking 365
  • Inter-MSC Circuit Reset 366
  • Inter-MSC Circuit Testing 368
  • Summary of ANSI-41 Operations Used for OA&M 369
  • 15 Over-the-Air Service Provisioning 371
  • What is Over-the-Air Service Provisioning? 373
  • What is Over-the-Air Parameter Administration? 374
  • Where are OTASP and OTAPA Functions Specified? 377
  • Issues Associated with OTASP 377
  • OTASP Functional Entities 379
  • OTASP Automatic Roaming Functions for TDMA-based Networks 380
  • OTAPA Parameter Transfer Functions for TDMA-based Networks 394
  • OTASP Automatic Roaming Functions for CDMA-based Networks 396
  • OTASP Parameter Transfer Functions for CDMA-based Networks 403
  • Functions Following Successful CDMA OTASP 404
  • OTAPA Parameter Transfer Functions for CDMA-based Networks 405
  • Summary of ANSI-41 Operations Used for OTASP and OTAPA 410
  • 16 Looking Ahead 411
  • Protocol Extension Mechanisms 412
  • Capabilities Planned for Future Versions of ANSI-41 414
  • Part 3 ANSI-41 Network Implementations 421
  • 17 ANSI-41 Interoperation with Other Networks 423
  • Roaming Agreements 424
  • Network Interconnections 427
  • International Roaming 439
  • ANSI-41/GSM Interworking 442
  • 18 ANSI-41 Implementations 453
  • Use of the Mobile Identification Number 454
  • Use of Signaling System No. 7 (SS7) 456
  • Alternate MAP Addressing 463
  • Short-message Service Architecture 464
  • Home Location Register 466
  • Visitor Location Register 470
  • Authentication Center 471
  • A Interface 472
  • Positive and Negative SID Lists 473
  • System Operator Codes 475
  • Intelligent Roaming Database (IRDB) 476
  • Preferred Roaming List (PRL) 477
  • ANSI-41 Deployment 477
  • 19 Other Technologies Related to ANSI-41 479
  • Authorization and Call Routing Equipment (ACRE) 480
  • Calling Party Pays (CPP) 481
  • Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) 483
  • Emergency Services Calls (Enhanced 911) 487
  • General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) 492
  • Wireless Intelligent Network (WIN) 494
  • Wireless Local Number Portability (WNP) 497
  • A Standards and Bulletins Related to ANSI-41 503
  • B Standards Creation Process 511
  • American National Standards Institute (ANSI) T1 Committee Standards 553
  • International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Standards 554
  • International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee (CCITT) Standards and International Telecommunications Union-Telecommunication Sector (ITU-T) Standards 554
  • Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Standards 555.
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573 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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