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TS 04.18














Mobile radio interface layer 3 specification – Radio Resource Control (RRC) protocol

(P) GSM Rel-99 v8.27.0    2006/05    317 p.

Rapporteur:  HOWELL, Andrew
Descendant(s):  TS 44.018    

This TS specifies the procedures used at the radio interface (Reference Point Um, see TS 04.02) for Radio Resource (RR) management.

Notation "Reserved sub-clause number" is used to indicate which sub-clauses of the specification were moved from this part of the standard to the other part when this standard was split between RAN and CN parts.

These procedures are defined in terms of messages exchanged over the control channels of the radio interface. The control channels are described in TS 04.03. The structured functions and procedures of this protocol and the relationship with other layers and entities are described in general terms in TS 24.007.

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1   Scope   PDF-p. 14
2   References
3   Radio Resource management procedures   PDF-p. 22
3.1   Overview/General
3.2   Idle mode procedures and general procedures in packet idle and packet transfer modes
3.3   RR connection establishment   PDF-p. 29
3.4   Procedures in dedicated mode and in group transmit mode
3.4.1   SACCH procedures
3.4.2   Transfer of messages and link layer service provision
3.4.3   Channel assignment procedure
3.4.4   Handover procedure   PDF-p. 47
3.4.4a   Handover to UTRAN procedure   PDF-p. 53
3.4.4b   Handover to CDMA2000 procedure
3.4.5   Frequency redefinition procedure
3.4.6   Channel mode modify procedure
3.4.7   Ciphering mode setting procedure   PDF-p. 58
3.4.8   Additional channel assignment procedure   PDF-p. 59
3.4.9   Partial channel release procedure   PDF-p. 60
3.4.10   Classmark change procedure
3.4.11   Classmark interrogation procedure   PDF-p. 61
3.4.12   Indication of notifications and paging information
3.4.13   RR connection release procedure
3.4.14   Receiving a RR STATUS message by a RR entity
3.4.15   Group receive mode procedures
3.4.16   Configuration change procedure
3.4.17   Mapping of user data substreams onto timeslots in a multislot configuration   PDF-p. 70
3.4.18   Handling of classmark information at band change
3.4.19   Assignment to a Packet Data channel
3.4.20   RR-Network Controlled Cell Change Order
3.4.21   Application Procedures
3.4.22   RR procedures related to packet resource establishment while in dedicated mode   PDF-p. 76      Up
3.4.23   RR procedures related to packet resource maintenance while in dual transfer mode
3.4.24   RR procedures related to packet resource release while in dual transfer mode
3.4.25   GPRS suspension procedure
3.4.26   GPRS Transparent Transport Procedure
3.5   RR procedures on CCCH related to temporary block flow establishment
4   Elementary procedures for Mobility Management   PDF-p. 96
5   Elementary procedures for circuit-switched Call Control
6   Support for packet services
7   Examples of structured procedures      Up
8   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data

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