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10   General message format and information elements coding   PDF-p. 366
10.1   Overview
10.2   Protocol Discriminator   PDF-p. 367
10.3   Skip indicator and transaction identifier
10.4   Message Type
10.5   Other information elements   PDF-p. 371
10.5.1   Common information elements   PDF-p. 373
10.5.2   Radio Resource management information elements   PDF-p. 390   BA Range   Cell Channel Description   PDF-p. 392   BA List Pref   PDF-p. 400      Up   Cell Description   Cell Options (BCCH)   PDF-p. 401   Cell Options (SACCH)   Cell Selection Parameters   PDF-p. 403   MAC Mode and Channel Coding Requested   PDF-p. 405   Channel Description   PDF-p. 406   Channel Description 2   PDF-p. 408   Channel Mode   PDF-p. 410   Channel Mode 2   PDF-p. 411   Channel Needed      Up   Channel Request Description   PDF-p. 412   Cipher Mode Setting   PDF-p. 413   Cipher Response   PDF-p. 414   Control Channel Description   Frequency Channel Sequence   PDF-p. 417   Frequency List   Frequency Short List   PDF-p. 428      Up   Frequency Short List 2   Group Channel Description   GPRS Resumption   PDF-p. 431   Handover Reference   IA Rest Octets   PDF-p. 432   IAR Rest Octets   PDF-p. 436   IAX Rest Octets   L2 Pseudo Length   Measurement Results   PDF-p. 437   GPRS Measurement Results   PDF-p. 441      Up   Mobile Allocation   PDF-p. 442   Mobile Time Difference   PDF-p. 443   MultiRate configuration   Multislot Allocation   PDF-p. 447   NC mode   PDF-p. 449   Neighbour Cells Description   PDF-p. 450   Neighbour Cells Description 2   PDF-p. 451   NT/N Rest Octets   PDF-p. 452   P1 Rest Octets   P2 Rest Octets   PDF-p. 453      Up   P3 Rest Octets   PDF-p. 454   Packet Channel Description   PDF-p. 455   Dedicated mode or TBF   PDF-p. 456   RR Packet Uplink Assignment   PDF-p. 457   RR Packet Downlink Assignment   PDF-p. 461   Page Mode   PDF-p. 463   Spare   Spare   Spare   Spare      Up   NCC Permitted   Power Command   PDF-p. 464   Power Command and access type   RACH Control Parameters   PDF-p. 465   Request Reference   PDF-p. 466   RR Cause   PDF-p. 467   SI 1 Rest Octets   PDF-p. 468   SI 2bis Rest Octets   PDF-p. 469   SI 2ter Rest Octets   PDF-p. 470   SI 3 Rest Octets      Up   SI 4 Rest Octets   PDF-p. 472   SI 6 Rest Octets   PDF-p. 475   SI 7 Rest Octets   PDF-p. 476   SI 8 Rest Octets   SI 9 Rest Octets   SI 13 Rest Octets   PDF-p. 478   [Spare]   PDF-p. 481   [Spare]   SI 16 Rest Octets   SI 17 Rest Octets   PDF-p. 482      Up   Starting Time   Synchronization Indication   PDF-p. 483   Timing Advance   Time Difference   PDF-p. 484   TLLI   TMSI/P-TMSI   PDF-p. 485   VGCS target mode Indication   Wait Indication   PDF-p. 486   SI10 rest octets $(ASCI)$   EXTENDED MEASUREMENT RESULTS   PDF-p. 489      Up   Extended Measurement Frequency List   PDF-p. 491   Suspension Cause   PDF-p. 492   APDU ID   APDU Flags   PDF-p. 493   APDU Data
10.5.3   Mobility management information elements   PDF-p. 494
10.5.4   Call control information elements   PDF-p. 502   Extensions of codesets      Up   Locking shift procedure   PDF-p. 503   Non-locking shift procedure   Auxiliary states   PDF-p. 504   Bearer capability   PDF-p. 505   Call Control Capabilities   PDF-p. 517   Call state   PDF-p. 518   Called party BCD number   PDF-p. 519   Called party subaddress   PDF-p. 521   Calling party BCD number   PDF-p. 522      Up   Calling party subaddress   PDF-p. 523   Cause   PDF-p. 524   CLIR suppression   PDF-p. 529   CLIR invocation   Congestion level   Connected number   PDF-p. 530   Connected subaddress   Facility   PDF-p. 531   High layer compatibility   Keypad facility      Up   Low layer compatibility   PDF-p. 533   More data   Notification indicator   Progress indicator   PDF-p. 534   Recall type $(CCBS)$   PDF-p. 535   Redirecting party BCD number   PDF-p. 536   Redirecting party subaddress   Repeat indicator   PDF-p. 537   Reverse call setup direction   SETUP Container $(CCBS)$      Up   Signal   PDF-p. 538   SS Version Indicator   User-user   PDF-p. 539   Alerting Pattern $(NIA)$   PDF-p. 540   Allowed actions $(CCBS)$   PDF-p. 541
10.5.5   GPRS mobility management information elements
10.5.6   Session management information elements   PDF-p. 557
10.5.7   GPRS Common information elements   PDF-p. 568
11   List of system parameters   PDF-p. 569
A   Example of subaddress information element coding   PDF-p. 580
B  (normative)   Compatibility checking   PDF-p. 581
C  (normative)   Low layer information coding principles   PDF-p. 583
D   Examples of bearer capability information element coding   PDF-p. 585      Up
E   Comparison between call control procedures specified in 3GPP TS 04.08 and ITU-T Recommendation Q.931   PDF-p. 590      Up
F   GSM specific cause values for radio resource management   PDF-p. 594
G   GSM specific cause values for mobility management   PDF-p. 596
H   GSM specific cause values for call control   PDF-p. 599
H.1   Normal class      Up
H.2   Resource unavailable class
H.3   Service or option not available class
H.4   Service or option not implemented class
H.5   Invalid message (e.g., parameter out of range) class
H.6   Protocol error (e.g., unknown message) class
H.7   Interworking class
I   GSM specific cause values for session management   PDF-p. 605
J   Algorithm to encode frequency list information elements   PDF-p. 607
K   Default Codings of Information Elements   PDF-p. 615
L   Allocation of responsibilities between STCs   PDF-p. 619
M  (normative)   Additional Requirements for backward compatibility with PCS 1900 for NA revision 0 ME
N   Change Record   PDF-p. 620

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