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This EF is located within the USIM application. The outgoing call information can be linked to the phone book stored under DF TELECOM or to the local phone book within the USIM. The EF OCI contains the information related to outgoing calls.

The time of the call and duration of the call are stored in this EF. It may also contain associated alpha identifier. In addition it contains identifiers of associated network/bearer capabilities and identifiers of extension records at the USIM ADF level. The structure of this file is cyclic, so the contents shall be updated only after a call is disconnected.

If the dialled phone number matches a number stored in the phone book the outgoing call information might be linked to the corresponding information in the phone book. The dialled number may match with a hidden entry in the phone book. If the dialled number matches a hidden entry in the phone book the link is established but the information related to the phone book entry is not displayed by the ME, if the hidden code has not been verified. The ME shall not perform hidden code verification at this point.

Optionally, the ME may store the link to phone book entry in the file, so that it does not need to look again for a match in the phone book when it reuses the entry. But the ME will have to check that the outgoing call number still exists in the linked phone book entry, as the link might be broken (entry modified). When not used by the ME or no link to the phone book has been found, this field shall be set to 'FFFFFF'.

See it under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.34

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This EF contains the coding for CSG IDs belonging to the Operator CSG lists. Furthermore, for each CSG ID in the list, a link to the corresponding HNB name and CSG type may be provided. Within one PLMN the first occurrence of CSG ID indicates the highest priority CSG ID and the last occurrence indicates the lowest.

Note: There is no requirement for the ME to take the priority into account.

Additionally, if service no. 92 is "available", this EF allows the HPLMN to control, on a per PLMN basis, which available CSGs are displayed by the ME during a manual CSG selection. If there is no CSG display indicator for a PLMN, the ME shall display the available CSGs according to the value in EF AD byte 3 bit 2.

See it under DF HNB

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.6.5

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This EF contains the Operator CSG Types. The CSG Type is defined in TS 22.220. The association between an Operator CSG ID and the corresponding Operator CSG Type is provided in EF OCSGL. The Operator CSG Type may be provided in text or in graphic format.

See it under DF HNB

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.6.6

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This EF contains the accumulated outgoing call timer duration value for the current call and previous calls. The EF is USIM specific and resides within the USIM application. The contents of this EF shall be updated only after a call is disconnected. The coding of this EF is the same as EF ICT.

See it under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.36

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This EF contains the Operator HNB names. The HNB name is defined in TS 22.220. HNB Name is a common name referring to HNB/HeNB. The association between an Operator CSG ID and the corresponding Operator HNB name is provided in EF OCSGL.

See it under DF HNB

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.6.7

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This EF contains a prioritised list of Location Area Information (LAI) or Tracking Area Identity (TAI) identities that are used to associate a specific operator name contained in EF PNN or EF PNNI with the LAI/TAI. The ME shall use this EF in association with the EF PNN in place of any network name stored within the ME's internal list and any network name received when registered to the PLMN, as defined by TS 24.008 or TS 24.301. The PLMN Network Name may also be provided in a graphical format in EF PNNI.

See it under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.42

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.59

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This EF contains the coding for n PLMNs where n is determined by the operator. This information is determined by the operator and defines the preferred PLMNs in priority order. The first record indicates the highest priority and the nth record indicates the lowest. The EF also contains the Access Technologies for each PLMN in this list (see TS 23.122).

See it under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.36

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.53

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This EF contains the coding for operator preferred PLMNs to be used for WLAN PLMN Selection. This information is determined by the operator and defines the preferred PLMNs in priority order. The first PLMN entry indicates the highest priority and the n-th PLMN entry indicates the lowest. It shall be possible to store at least the number of PLMNs specified in TS 24.234.

See it under DF WLAN

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.5.3

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This EF contains the descriptor(s) of certificates containing the Operator Root Public Key. This EF shall only be allocated if the operator wishes to verify applications and certificates in the MExE operator domain using a root public key held in the USIM. Each record of this EF contains one certificate descriptor.

For example, an operator may provide a second key for recover disaster procedure in order to limit OTA data to load.

See it under DF MExE

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.4.2.2

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.4.2

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This file contains the operator preferred list of WLAN specific identifier (WSID) for WLAN selection in priority order. The first record indicates the highest priority and the n-th record indicates the lowest. This file is used for WLAN selection and shall store a list of at least the number of WSIDs specified in TS 24.234.

See it under DF WLAN

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.5.5

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