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TS 11.14 (CT6)
Specification of the
SIM Application Toolkit (SAT) for the Subscriber Identity Module - Mobile Equipment (SIM-ME) interface

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Rapporteur:  KRUSE, Heiko
Descendant(s):  TS 51.014     TS 31.111    


This TS defines the interface between the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) and the Mobile Equipment (ME), and mandatory ME procedures, specifically for "SIM Application Toolkit".

SIM Application Toolkit is a set of commands and procedures for use during the network operation phase of GSM, in addition to those defined in TS 11.11.

Specifying the interface is to ensure interoperability between a SIM and an ME independently of the respective manufacturers and operators. The concept of a split of the Mobile Station (MS) into these elements as well as the distinction between the GSM network operation phase, which is also called GSM operations, and the administrative management phase are described in TS 02.17.


 

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1   Scope   PDF-p. 9
2   References
3   Definitions, abbreviations and symbols   PDF-p. 11
4   Overview of SIM Application Toolkit
5   Profile download   PDF-p. 15
6   Proactive SIM   PDF-p. 20
6.1   Introduction
6.2   Identification of proactive SIMs and of ME support   PDF-p. 22      Up
6.3   General procedure
6.4   Proactive SIM commands and procedures   PDF-p. 23
6.5   Common elements in proactive SIM commands   PDF-p. 46
6.6   Structure of proactive SIM commands
6.7   Command results
6.8   Structure of TERMINAL RESPONSE   PDF-p. 60
6.9   Proactive SIM session and ME display interaction   PDF-p. 65      Up
6.10   Handling of unknown, unforeseen and erroneous messages
6.11   Proactive commands versus possible Terminal response   PDF-p. 67      Up
7   Data download to SIM   PDF-p. 70
8   Menu Selection   PDF-p. 72
9   Call Control and MO SMS control by SIM   PDF-p. 73
10   Timer Expiration
11   Event download   PDF-p. 81
12   SIMPLE-TLV data objects   PDF-p. 90      Up
12.1   Address
12.2   Alpha identifier   PDF-p. 91
12.3   Subaddress
12.4   Capability configuration parameters
12.5   Cell Broadcast Page
12.6   Command details   PDF-p. 92
12.7   Device identities   PDF-p. 95
12.8   Duration
12.9   Item   PDF-p. 96
12.10   Item identifier      Up
12.11   Response length
12.12   Result
12.13   SMS TPDU   PDF-p. 100
12.14   SS string
12.15   Text string
12.16   Tone      Up
12.17   USSD string   PDF-p. 102
12.18   File List
12.19   Location Information
12.20   IMEI   PDF-p. 103
12.21   Help Request
12.22   Network Measurement Results
12.23   Default Text
12.24   Items Next Action Indicator
12.25   Event list   PDF-p. 104
12.26   Cause      Up
12.27   Location status
12.28   Transaction identifier   PDF-p. 105
12.29   BCCH channel list
12.30   Call control requested action   PDF-p. 106
12.31   Icon Identifier
12.32   Item Icon Identifier list
12.33   Card reader status   PDF-p. 107
12.34   Card ATR
12.35   C-APDU   PDF-p. 108
12.36   R-APDU      Up
12.37   Timer identifier   PDF-p. 109
12.38   Timer value
12.39   Date-Time and Time zone
12.40   AT Command
12.41   AT Response   PDF-p. 110
12.42   BC Repeat indicator
12.43   Immediate response
12.44   DTMF string   PDF-p. 111
12.45   Language
12.46   Timing Advance      Up
12.47   Browser Identity
12.48   URL   PDF-p. 112
12.49   Bearer
12.50   Provisioning File Reference
12.51   Browser Termination Cause   PDF-p. 113
12.52   Bearer description
12.53   Channel data      Up
12.54   Channel data length
12.55   Buffer size   PDF-p. 115
12.56   Channel status
12.57   Card reader identifier
12.58   Other Address   PDF-p. 116
12.59   SIM/ME interface transport level
12.60   Void
12.61   Network Access Name
13   Tag values   PDF-p. 117
14   Allowed Type of command and Device identity combinations   PDF-p. 120
15   Security requirements   PDF-p. 121
A  (Normative)   Support of SIM Application Toolkit by Mobile Equipment   PDF-p. 122
B   Example command sequences for proactive SIM   PDF-p. 123
C   Example of DISPLAY TEXT Proactive SIM Command   PDF-p. 125
D  (Normative)   Structure of SIM Application Toolkit communications   PDF-p. 126
E   ME display in proactive SIM session   PDF-p. 127
F   Help information feature processing   PDF-p. 128      Up
G   Monitoring of events   PDF-p. 129
H  (Normative)   Support of Multiple Card Operation   PDF-p. 130
I   Multiple Card proactive command examples   PDF-p. 131
J   Bearer independent protocol proactive command examples   PDF-p. 132
K   WAP References   PDF-p. 135
L   Change history   PDF-p. 136

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