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This EF contains those priority levels of the eMLPP service for which the ME shall answer automatically to incoming calls.

See it under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.25

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.40

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This file contains the alpha strings that are associated with the user defined naming tags for additional numbers referenced in EF ANR.

See it under DF PHONEBOOK

Source:   TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.2.7

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This EF contains the assigned access control class(es). The access control class is a parameter to control the access attempts. 15 classes are split into 10 classes randomly allocated to normal subscribers and 5 classes allocated to specific high priority users. For more information see TS 22.011.

See it under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.15

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.15

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Click   here   to see the file structure under DF ACDC.

See it under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.9

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This EF contains the link to EFs containing the ACDC for each operating system identifier. The ME parses the content of the EF ACDC_LIST and retrieves the file id and optionally the SFI (Short EF Identifier) to further access the relevant ACDC configuration.

See it under DF ACDC

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.9.2

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This EF contains the ACDC configuration for a specific Operating System. The ME retrieves the file id or the SFI (Short EF Identifier) of the file from the EF ACDC_LIST.

See it under DF ACDC

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.9.3

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Referred to but not defined in the 3GPP Specifications

See it under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.2

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This EF contains the list of allowed APNs (Access Point Names). If this file is present in the USIM, the Enabled Services Table (EF EST) shall also be present.

See it under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.48

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This EF contains the total number of units for both the current call and the preceding calls. The information may be used to provide an indication to the user for advice or as a basis for the calculation of the monetary cost of calls (see TS 22.086).

See it under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.8

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.9

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This EF contains the maximum value of the accumulated call meter.

See it under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.6

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.7

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This EF contains the coding for CSG-ID belonging to the Allowed CSG lists. Furthermore, for each CSG ID in the list, a link to the corresponding HNB name and CSG Type may be provided.

See it under DF HNB

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.6.2

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This EF contains information concerning the mode of operation according to the type of (x)SIM, such as normal (to be used by PLMN subscribers for 3G operations), type approval (to allow specific use of the ME during type approval procedures of e.g. the radio equipment), cell testing (to allow testing of a cell before commercial use of this cell), manufacturer specific (to allow the ME manufacturer to perform specific proprietary auto-test in its ME during e.g. maintenance phases).

It also provides an indication about how some ME features shall work during normal operation as well as information about the length of the MNC, which is part of the IMSI.

For ISIM, this EF contains information concerning the mode of operation according to the type of ISIM, such as normal (to be used by IMS subscribers for IMS operations), type approval (to allow specific use of the Terminal during type approval procedures of e.g. the network equipment), manufacturer specific (to allow the Terminal manufacturer to perform specific proprietary auto-test in its Terminal during e.g. maintenance phases). It also provides an indication of whether some Terminal features should be activated during normal operation.

See it under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.18

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.18

Source:  TS 31.103 – Clause 4.2.5

Source:  TS 31.104 – Clause 4.2.3

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This EF contains Abbreviated Dialling Numbers (ADN) and/or Supplementary Service Control strings (SSC). In addition it contains identifiers of associated network/bearer capabilities and identifiers of extension records. It may also contain an associated alpha-tagging.

See it under DF PHONEBOOK

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.2.3

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Several phone numbers and/or Supplementary Service Control strings (SSC) can be attached to one EF ADN record, using one or several EF ANR. The amount of additional number entries may be less than or equal to the amount of records in EF ADN. The EF structure is linear fixed. Each record contains an additional phone number or Supplementary Service Control strings (SSC). This record cannot be shared between several phonebook entries.

The first byte indicates whether the record is free or the type of additional number referring to the record number in EF AAS, containing the text to be displayed. The following part indicates the additional number and the reference to the associated record in the EF ADN file. In addition it contains identifiers of associated network/bearer capabilities and identifiers of extension records.

See it under DF PHONEBOOK

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.2.9

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This EF contains the descriptor(s) of certificates containing the Administrator Root Public Key. This EF shall only be allocated if the SIM issuer wishes to control the Third Party certificates on the terminal using an Administrator root public key held in the USIM. Each record of this EF contents one certificate descriptor.

See it under DF MExE

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.4.2.3

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.4.3

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Access rules may be shared between files in the UICC by referencing. This is accomplished by storing the security attributes in the EF ARR file under the MF.

The second possibility allows the usage of different access rules in different security environments.

See it under MF

Source:  ETSI (SCP) TS 102 221 – Clause 13.4
Clause 9.2.7

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.5.5

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.55

Source:  TS 31.104 – Clause 4.2.1

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