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TS 09.10 (CT4)
Information Element Mapping between MS-BSS and BSS-MCS Signalling Procedures and the Mobile Application Part (MAP)

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(P) GSM Rel-98 v7.2.0    2001/04    40 p.
(P) GSM Rel-97 v6.2.0    2001/04    42 p.
(P) GSM Rel-96 v5.2.0    1997/10    40 p.
(P) GSM Phase-2 v4.4.1    1997/11    39 p.
(W-zip) GSM Phase-1 v3.0.2    1992/02    22 p.


Rapporteur:  SCHMITT, Peter
See also:  TS 09.10dcs     TS 29.010    


The scope of this TS is:
  • to provide a detailed specification for the interworking between information elements contained in layer 3 messages sent on the MS-MSC interface (Call Control and Mobility Management parts of TS 04.08) and parameters contained in MAP services sent over the MSC-VLR interface (TS 09.02) where the MSC acts as a transparent relay of information;
  • to provide a detailed specification for the interworking between information elements contained in BSSMAP messages sent on the BSC-MSC interface (TS 08.08) and parameters contained in MAP services sent over the MSC-VLR interface (TS 09.02) where the MSC acts as a transparent relay of information;
  • to provide a detailed specification for the interworking as in i) and ii) above when the MSC also processes the information.
Interworking for supplementary services is given in TS 09.11. Interworking for the short message service is given in TS 03.40 and TS 04.11. Interworking between the call control signalling of TS 04.08 and the PSTN/ISDN is given in TS 09.03, TS 09.07 and TS 09.08.

Interworking between the 'A' and 'E' interfaces for inter-MSC handover signalling is given in TS 09.07 and TS 09.08.


 

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1   Scope   PDF-p. 5
2   Classification of interworking cases
3   Interworking in the MSC, Transparent case
4   Non-transparent cases   PDF-p. 15
A   Document change history   PDF-p. 38

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