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22 Transmit power control timing and confirmation    22.1 Transmit power control timing and confirmation, single slot    22.2 Void    22.3 GPRS Uplink Power Control - Use of α and ΓCH parameters    22.4 GPRS Uplink Power Control - Independence of TS Power Control    22.5 Void    22.6 Normal transmit power control timing and confirmation in ECSD    22.7 ECSD Fast Power Control (FPC) timing and interworking with normal power control    22.8 EGPRS Uplink Power Control - Use of α and ΓCH parameters    22.8a EGPRS2A Uplink Power Control - Use of α and ΓCH parameters    22.9 EGPRS Uplink Power Control - Independence of TS Power Control    22.9a EGPRS2A Uplink Power Control - Independence of TS Power Control    22.10 Void    22.11 Power control in exclusive allocation mode    22.12 Downlink power control, PR mode A, GPRS TBF    22.13 Enhanced Power Control (EPC) timing and measurement reporting in single slot operation.    22.14 Enhanced Power Control (EPC) timing and measurement reporting in multislot operation.    23 Single frequency reference    24 Tests of the layer 1 signalling functions    25 Tests of the layer 2 signalling functions    25.1 Introduction, objective and scope    25.2 Test sequences    26 Testing of layer 3 functions    26.1 Default conditions and structured sequence of tests    26.2 Initial tests    26.3 Test of MS functions in idle mode    26.4 Lower layer failures in layer 3 testing    26.5 Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions   
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22   Transmit power control timing and confirmation   Word-p. 1206
23   Single frequency reference   Word-p. 1240
24   Tests of the layer 1 signalling functions      Up
25   Tests of the layer 2 signalling functions
25.1   Introduction, objective and scope
25.2   Test sequences
25.2.1   Initialization   Word-p. 1244      Up
25.2.2   Normal information transfer   Word-p. 1253
25.2.3   Normal layer 2 disconnection   Word-p. 1261
25.2.4   Test of link failure   Word-p. 1262
25.2.5   Test of frame transmission with incorrect C/R values   Word-p. 1264      Up
25.2.6   Test of errors in the control field   Word-p. 1266
25.2.7   Test on receipt of invalid frames   Word-p. 1269
26   Testing of layer 3 functions   Word-p. 1274
26.1   Default conditions and structured sequence of tests
26.2   Initial tests   Word-p. 1281
26.3   Test of MS functions in idle mode   Word-p. 1297
26.4   Lower layer failures in layer 3 testing   Word-p. 1305
26.5   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions
26.5.1   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions / unknown protocol discriminator
26.5.2   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions / TI and skip indicator   Word-p. 1307
26.5.3   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions / undefined or unexpected message type   Word-p. 1313
26.5.4   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions / unforeseen information elements in the non-imperative message part   Word-p. 1318
26.5.5   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions / non-semantical mandatory IE errors   Word-p. 1319
26.5.6   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions / unknown IE, comprehension not required   Word-p. 1330
26.5.7   Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol data, and of parallel transactions / spare bits   Word-p. 1339
26.5.8   Default contents of messages   Word-p. 1350

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