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EF SAI  —  SoLSA  Access  Indicator


This EF contains the 'LSA only access indicator'. This EF shall always be allocated if DF SoLSA is present.

If the indicator is set, the network will prevent terminated and/or originated calls when the MS is camped in cells that are not included in the list of allowed LSAs in EF SLL. Emergency calls are, however, always allowed.

The EF also contains a text string which may be displayed when the MS is out of the served area(s).

See it  under DF SoLSA

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.4.1.1

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.1.1

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EF SDN  —  Service  Dialling  Numbers


This EF contains special service numbers (SDN) and/or the respective supplementary service control strings (SSC). In addition it contains identifiers of associated network/bearer capabilities and identifiers of extension records. It may also contain associated alpha-tagging. If the service no. 89 is available this file will contain the eCall test and reconfiguration numbers that are used by an UE in eCall and normal service mode.

See it  under DF TELECOM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.5.9

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.29

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EF SDNURI  —  Service  Dialling  Numbers  URI


This EF contains a list of SDN stored in URI address format. It may also contain an associated alpha-tagging.

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.99

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EF SLL  —  SoLSA  LSA  List


This EF contains information describing the LSAs that the user is subscribed to. This EF shall always be allocated if DF SoLSA is present.

Each LSA is described by one record that is linked to a LSA Descriptor file. Each record contains information of the PLMN, priority of the LSA, information about the subscription and may also contain a text string and/or an icon that identifies the LSA to the user. The text string can be edited by the user.

See it  under DF SoLSA

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.4.1.2

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.1.2

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EF SMS  —  Short  Messages


This EF contains information in accordance with TS 23.040 comprising short messages (and associated parameters) which have either been received by the UE from the network, or are to be used as an UE originated message.

See it  under DF TELECOM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.5.3

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.25

See it  under ADF ISIM

Source:  TS 31.103 – Clause 4.2.12

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EF SMSP  —  Short  Message  Service  Parameters


This EF contains values for Short Message Service header Parameters (SMSP), which can be used by the ME for user assistance in preparation of mobile originated short messages. For example, a service centre address will often be common to many short messages sent by the subscriber.

The EF consists of one or more records, with each record able to hold a set of SMS parameters. The first (or only) record in the EF shall be used as a default set of parameters, if no other record is selected.

To distinguish between records, an alpha-identifier may be included within each record, coded on Y bytes.

The SMS parameters stored within a record may be present or absent independently. When a short message is to be sent from the UE, the parameter in the USIM record, if present, shall be used when a value is not supplied by the user.

See it  under DF TELECOM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.5.6

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.27

See it  under ADF ISIM

Source:  TS 31.103 – Clause 4.2.15

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EF SMSR  —  Short  Message  Status  Reports


This EF contains information in accordance with TS 23.040 comprising short message status reports which have been received by the UE from the network.

Each record is used to store the status report of a short message in a record of EF SMS. The first byte of each record is the link between the status report and the corresponding short message in EF SMS.

See it  under DF TELECOM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.5.15

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.32

See it  under ADF ISIM

Source:  TS 31.103 – Clause 4.2.14

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EF SMSS  —  SMS  Status


This EF contains status information relating to the short message service.

See it  under DF TELECOM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.5.7

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.28

See it  under ADF ISIM

Source:  TS 31.103 – Clause 4.2.13

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EF SNE  —  Second  Name  Entry


The phone book also contains the option of a second name entry. The amount of second name entries may be less than or equal to the amount of records in EF ADN. Each record contains a second name entry. This record cannot be shared between several phonebook entries.

See it  under DF PHONEBOOK

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.2.10

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DF SoLSA  —  Support  of  Localised  Service  Areas


Click   here   to see the file structure under DF SoLSA.

This only applies if the Support of Localised Service Areas is supported, as indicated by Service Number 23 in the USIM Service Table and specified in TS 43.073. The EFs contain information about the users subscribed local service areas.

See it  under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.4.1

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.4.1

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EF SP  —  Service  Provisioning


This EF contains a flag indicating if the service provisioning messages SHALL be protected by parental control PINCODE verification.

See it  under DF BCAST

Source:  OMA-TS-BCAST_SvcCntProtection-V1_1-20100914-C

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EF SPDI  —  Service  Provider  Display  Information


This EF contains information regarding the service provider display i.e. the service provider PLMN list.

See it  under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.50

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.66

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EF SPN  —  Service  Provider  Name


This EF contains the service provider name in text format and appropriate requirements for the display by the ME. The service provider name may also be provided in a graphical format in EF SPNI.

See it  under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.11

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.12

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EF SPNI  —  Service  Provider  Name  Icon


This EF may contain one or several links to the service provider name icon. When more than one link is available, it is up to the ME to choose the link type to be used (e.g. the link type that is supported by the ME).

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.88

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EF SST  —  SIM  Service  Table


This EF indicates which services are allocated, and whether, if allocated, the service is activated. If a service is not allocated or not activated in the SIM, the ME shall not select this service.

See it  under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.7

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EF START-HFN  —  Initialisation values for  HyperFrame  Number


This EF contains the values of START-CS and START-PS of the bearers that were protected by the keys in EF Keys or EF KeysPS at release of the last CS or PS RRC connection. These values are used to control the lifetime of the keys (see TS 33.102).

See it  under ADF USIM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.2.51

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EF SUME  —  SetUpMenu  Elements


This EF contains TLVs related to the menu title to be used by a SIM card or UICC when issuing a SET UP MENU proactive command.

See also: ETSI (SCP) TS 102 222 – Clause 7.1

See it  under DF GSM

Source:  TS 51.011 – Clause 10.3.34

See it  under DF TELECOM

Source:  TS 31.102 – Clause 4.5.4

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