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TR 22.952 (SA1)
Priority service guide

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Garrahan, James
See also:  –


This TR addresses the Service Aspects (Service Description), Network Aspects (Call Flows), and Management Aspects (Operations, Administration, Maintenance, and Provisioning) of Priority Service, based on existing 3GPP specifications.

The Priority Service is intended to be used for both Voice and Data. However, this document only addresses Circuit Switched Voice Service. Data, multimedia and non-circuit switched aspects of Priority Service have not been addressed and are for further study.

The Priority Service is intended to interwork with external networks to provide an end-to-end service. Therefore, service interactions with external networks are considered within the scope of this document, although the specification of these interactions may be in another standard. If this occurs, a reference to that specification is made.


 

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1 Scope    2 References    3 Definitions and abbreviations    3.1 Definitions    3.2 Abbreviations    4 Service description    4.1 Assumptions and limitations    4.2 Registration / erasure    4.3 Interrogation    4.4 Call origination / invocation    4.5 Call progression    4.6 Call termination    4.7 Handover    4.8 Feature interactions    4.9 Interworking considerations    5 Call flows    5.1 Priority service call origination - radio resources available, call not queued    5.2 Priority service call termination - radio resources available, call not queued    5.3 Priority service call origination - radio resources unavailable, call queued    5.4 Priority service call termination - radio resources unavailable, call queued    5.5 Priority service call origination - radio resources unavailable and queue full    5.6 Priority service call termination - radio resources unavailable and queue full    5.7 Priority service call origination - radio resources unavailable and queue timeout    5.8 Priority service call termination - radio resources unavailable and queue timeout    5.9 Priority service call origination - radio resources unavailable and queue full, but higher priority    5.10 Priority service call termination - radio resources unavailable and queue full, but higher priority    5.11 Priority service call progression - MSC - outgoing trunk queuing    5.12 Priority service call progression - MSC - outgoing trunk queuing - timeout    5.13 Priority service call attempt by a non-service-user - Priority service denied   
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1   Scope   PDF-p. 7
2   References
3   Definitions and abbreviations   PDF-p. 8
4   Service description
5   Call flows

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