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A (Normative)  Description of individual TeleservicesWord‑p. 9

A.1  Individual Teleservices

A.1.1  Telephony

Teleservice 11, Telephony
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1.1 Type or user information speech
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions -
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions -
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions -
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions -
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LLC
2.1
Inform
transfer
2.1.1 Information transfer capability speech (digital representation)
2.1.2 Information transfer mode circuit
2.1.3 Information transfer rate not applicable
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection demand MO MT
2.1.6 Communication configuration point-to-point
2.1.7 Symmetry bidirectional symmetry
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access manual
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate full rate/half rate
interface
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type PSTN/ISDN/ -PLMN
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking international/national
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating 2 wire, analogue 4 wire
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3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 22.004
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
This service provides the transmission of speech information and audible signalling tones of the PSTN/ISDN. In the PLMN and the fixed network processing technique appropriate for speech such as analogue transmission, echo cancellation and low bit rate voice encoding may be used. Hence, bit integrity is not assured.
  1. Transparency for telephone signalling tones is provided.
  2. Transparency for voice band facsimile signals is not mandatory. (Appropriate bearer services see TS 22.002.)
  3. Transparency for end to end speech encryption is not mandatory. If a user needs to apply this technique an appropriate bearer service (TS 22.002) can be used.
  4. Transmission of DTMF is provided in the mobile to fixed direction (e.g. for controlling voice mail boxes) during any time of an established call.
  5. In A/Gb mode of operation (GERAN) speech teleservices may be provided using the Full Rate (full rate, version 1), Enhanced Full Rate (full rate, version 2), Half Rate (half rate, version 1), Adaptive Multirate (AMR) or Wideband Adaptive Multirate (AMR-WB) speech codecs. The default speech codec to provide speech service in this case is Full Rate.
  6. In UTRAN operation speech teleservices may be provided using the Adaptive Multirate (AMR) or Wideband Adaptive Multirate (AMR-WB) speech codecs. The default speech codec to provide speech service in this case is AMR.
  7. In GERAN Iu mode of operation speech teleservices may be provided using the Adaptive Multirate (AMR) or Wideband Adaptive Multirate (AMR-WB) or Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech codecs. Both the Narrow Band AMR codec family (Full Rate AMR and Half Rate AMR) and the EFR codec shall be supported by the UE. The network shall either support at least the AMR or the EFR codec.
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A.1.2  Emergency callsWord‑p. 11

Teleservice 12, Emergency calls
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1.1 Type or user information speech (with or without additional emergency related data)
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions -
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions -
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions -
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions -
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LLC
2.1
Inform
transfer
2.1.1 Information transfer capability speech (digital representation and may include emergency related data)
2.1.2 Information transfer mode circuit
2.1.3 Information transfer rate not applicable for speech only call
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection demand MO MT
2.1.6 Communication configuration point-to-point
2.1.7 Symmetry bidirectional symmetry (when present the data component may be a symmetric or an asymmetric bidirectional transmission)
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access manual
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate full rate/half rate
interface
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type PSTN ISDN
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking national
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating Ntwk 2 wire 4 wire
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3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 22.004 (see note 3)
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
  1. A standardized access method throughout all PLMNs is mandatory. See TS 22.101 for further information on emergency call requirements.
  2. It shall be an option of the network operator whether to accept emergency calls coming from user equipment which do not transmit an IMSI or a TMSI.
  3. Emergency calls supersede all constraints imposed by supplementary services or user equipment features used for other Tele or Bearer services. The lock state of the UE is overridden by the SOS procedure.
  4. Emergency calls will be routed to the emergency services in accordance with national regulations.
  5. In order to help identifying callers in cases of misuse databases in the PLMN may be accessed to retrieve the identity of the calling UE. When applicable, and subject to national regulations, the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) may use the related data sent in conjunction with the emergency call and provide this information to the lawful authorities.
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A.1.3  Short Message Service (SMS)Word‑p. 12

A.1.3.1  Short message service MT/PP

Teleservice 21, Short Message MT point-to-point (1), (2)
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1.1 Type or user information short message, ≤ 160 characters
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions see TS 23.040
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions see TS 23.040
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions see TS 23.040
2.
LLC
2.1
Inform
transfer
2.1.1 Information transfer capability not applicable
2.1.2 Information transfer mode not applicable
2.1.3 Information transfer rate not applicable
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection not applicable
2.1.6 Communication configuration not applicable
2.1.7 Symmetry not applicable
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access see TS 27.005
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate not applicable
interface
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type not applicable (3)
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking not applicable (3)
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating Ntwk not applicable (3)
3.
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3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 22.004
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
  1. This service provides the transmission of a short message from a message handling system (service centre) to a user equipment. The service centre is functionally separated from the PLMN.
  2. After reception an acknowledgement message should be sent back.
  3. There is only an interworking between the PLMN and SMS Service Centre (SMS-SC). Connections from the fixed network to the SMS-SC are out of the scope of the 3GPP specifications.
  4. The information transfer attributes refer to the connection-oriented services (ISDN, Bluebook Q.931). The Short Message Service is not a connection orientated service, hence the transfer attributes here are not applicable.
  5. SMS MT/PP teleservice can be provided via both the CS and PS domains.
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A.1.3.2  Short message service MO/PPWord‑p. 13

Teleservice 22, Short Message MO point-to-point (1), (2)
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1.1 Type or user information short message, ≤ 160 characters
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions see TS 23.040
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions see TS 23.040
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions see TS 23.040
2.
LLC
2.1
Inform
transfer
2.1.1 Information transfer capability not applicable
2.1.2 Information transfer mode not applicable
2.1.3 Information transfer rate not applicable
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection not applicable
2.1.6 Communication configuration not applicable
2.1.7 Symmetry not applicable
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access see TS 27.005
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate not applicable
interface
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type not applicable (3)
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking not applicable (3)
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating Ntwk not applicable (3)
3.
Gen
3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 22.004
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
  1. This service provides the transmission of a short message from a user equipment to a message handling system (service centre). The service centre is functionally separated from the PLMN.
  2. After reception an acknowledgement message is sent back.
  3. There is only an interworking between the PLMN and SMS Service Centre (SMS-SC). Connections from the fixed network to the SMS-SC are out of the scope of the 3GPP specifications.
  4. The information transfer attributes refer to the connection-oriented services (ISDN, Bluebook Q.931). The Short Message Service is not a connection orientated service, hence the transfer attributes here are not applicable.
  5. Information from the following sources at the UE might be transmitted:
    • a pre-recorded message in a store;
    • a number from the dialling key pad;
    • information from an external keyboard or terminal equipment connected to the ME.
  6. SMS MO/PP teleservice can be provided via both the CS and PS domains.
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A.1.3.3  Cell Broadcast Service (CBS)Word‑p. 14

Teleservice 23, Cell Broadcast Service
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1.1 Type or user information short message, ≤ 93 characters (4)
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions see TS 23.041
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions see TS 23.041
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions see TS 23.041
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LLC
2.1
Inform
transfer
2.1.1 Information transfer capability not applicable
2.1.2 Information transfer mode not applicable
2.1.3 Information transfer rate not applicable
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection not applicable
2.1.6 Communication configuration not applicable
2.1.7 Symmetry
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access not applicable
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate not applicable
interface not applicable
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type (2)
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking (2)
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating Ntwk (2)
3.
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3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 22.004
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
  1. This service provides the transmission of a short message from a message handling system to all user equipments in the area of a Base Station. The service centre is functionally separated from the PLMN. There is no acknowledgement message after reception.
  2. An interworking only with the Cell-Broadcast Service Centre is foreseen. Connections from the fixed network to the SC are out of the scope of the 3GPP specifications.
  3. The information transfer attributes refer to the connection-oriented services (ISDN, Bluebook Q.931). The Short Message Service is not a connection orientated service, hence the transfer attributes here are not applicable.
  4. 3GPP TS 23.041 provides up to 15 concatenated "pages" of up to 93 characters each.
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A.1.3.4  Short message service description

Description of:
teleservice 21, "Short message MT/PP";
teleservice 22 "Short message MO/PP"; and
teleservice 23 "Cell Broadcast Service ".
1 Introduction
The purpose of this annex is to describe the short message teleservice.
Three different types of short messages are defined, namely short message MT/PP (Mobile Terminated/Point-to-point), short message MO/PP (Mobile Originated/Point-to-point) and Cell Broadcast Service messages.
2 Definition of the short message service MT/PP and MO/PP
For both mobile originated and mobile terminated services the Service Centre acts as store and forward centre. The Service Centre is functionally separate from the PLMN although this does not preclude an integrated implementation. More than one service centre may be connected to a PLMN. Messages may be input to the service centre from a fixed network customer by means of a suitable telecommunications service either from the fixed network, e.g. speech, telex, facsimile, etc. or from a mobile network customer. The list is not intended to be comprehensive and it is entirely open to the service centre provider what telecommunication services it supports. The service centre shall then reformat the message into that provided by the short message service, for delivery to the user equipment.
For mobile originated SMS messages the SMT formats the message into that used by the SMS service and sends to the service centre (to allow interworking with ERMES also ERMES-format addresses may be sent from the UE to the SC). In general the user may use alphanumeric addresses for more user convenience. In principle the message may be intended for a subscriber on the fixed network or for another mobile subscriber. For the message to another mobile subscriber the service centre should deliver as described in this section.
The message text is limited to a length of 160 characters.
The originator does not need to know the location of the mobile subscriber to whom he wants to send a message. The message is addressed to the recipient's Directory Number.
As a part of the basic service for both MT and MO, an acknowledgement will be provided on a message by message basis to the SC (MT) or UE (MO). This acknowledgement indicates that the PLMN has successfully transferred the message to the UE (MT) or SC (MO).
Optionally, the SC may offer final delivery notification to the originator. In this case, the originator may request to have a notification returned from the SC informing her about the delivery of the Short Message to the recipient. This delivery report indicates whether this particular message has been correctly received at the receiving station or not, to the extent that the SC is able to establish this. It does not indicate whether the message has been read. If the delivery report is negative, i.e. the message has not been successfully delivered to the recipient, it shall include the failure cause.
The delivery report is sent to the originator, if reachable, as soon as the information (positive or negative) is available.
In addition, the SC may use the delivery report capabilities for other purposes, such as intermediate status reports etc.
All point-to-point short messages are either to or from the service centre. A message from one user equipment to another must pass through a service centre. This case is effectively an MO and MT message together. The two transactions are separate, though clearly related.
Point-to-point messages may be sent or received when the UE is engaged on a call (voice or data), or in idle mode. However, messages which overlap the boundary of such a call, or during a handover, may be lost, in which case they will be sent again.
The accounting between the SC and PLMN if applicable is for agreement between those parties.
The originator of a short message may notify the SC of an expiry time after which the message is no longer of value and may be deleted by the SC. During the validity period of the message, the SC shall try to deliver the message. After the expiry date the SC will take no further step to deliver the message, but its status may be kept by the SC to enable the originator to enquire the result. If the originator of the short message does not request any expiry time a standard value, e.g. 24 hours, is used.
The Service Centre may give a short message a priority status. This priority message will be attempted to be delivered irrespective of whether or not the UE has been identified as temporarily absent. Delivery of non-priority messages will not be attempted if the UE has been identified as temporarily absent.
If necessary, the originator may request the SC to perform specific operations on a previously submitted short message, such as provision/cancellation of a report or deletion of the short message.
The recipient of a short message will be informed by the message about the date and time it was submitted to the SC.
If the UE Message Store is full, the Message Store Overflow indicator is activated, and any further messages received will not be accepted. An appropriate specific non-acknowledgement message shall be returned. By help of an optional flow control mechanism further waiting short messages will be transmitted after the UE has memory available again.
3 Reply path
The reply path facility is an enhancement to the point-to-point SMS. In the mobile originated case the mobile user will request his Service Centre to guarantee to forward a single reply to his message back to him (Reply Path).
In the mobile terminated case the recipient of the Short Message will get an indication by the service centre that a reply via this Service centre will be accepted on a subscriptionless basis. The recipient may then submit a reply to this SC (within a period of time defined by the SC operator), which is then forwarded to the submitter of the original message.
No subscription with the Service centre is needed by the replying user. The costs, if any, for the reply path are allocated to the originator.
4 Definition of the Cell Broadcast Service
The cell broadcast service is a Teleservice which enables an Information Provider to submit short messages for broadcasting to a specified area within the PLMN.
The cell broadcast service is characterized by the following aspects:
  • No acknowledgement is sent from the UE.
  • The cell broadcast message is sent in a limited area, defined by the originator of the message, by agreement with the PLMN.
  • An identifier is associated with each message. This identifier is received by the UE and used by the short message function of the UE not to store broadcast messages which are not wanted or which have already been received.
  • Generally, cell broadcast messages will be sent continuously, so that all such messages are sent in turn, and then repeated. The cycle time will need to be short enough for important messages to be received by travellers moving through a group of cells.
  • Cell broadcast messages are MT only. The origination of these messages is outside the scope of 3GPP specifications.
  • The maximum length of each cell broadcast message will be 93 characters.
  • Cell broadcast DRX mode is defined to improve the battery life for User equipment. This feature is optional.
  • Reception of CBS messages for a UE is not a requirement if it is connected in the CS domain. It should be possible for a UE to receive messages if it is connected in the PS domain and no data is currently transmitted.
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A.1.4  Alternate speech/facsimile G3Word‑p. 17

Teleservice 61, Alternate speech and facsimile group 3
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1.1 Type or user information facsimile/speech
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions Procedures according to ITU-T recommendation T.30/T4.
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions
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LLC
2.1
Inform
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2.1.1 Information transfer capability alternate speech/group 3 fax
2.1.2 Information transfer mode circuit
2.1.3 Information transfer rate up to 14400 bits/s
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection demand MO MT
2.1.6 Communication configuration point-to-point
2.1.7 Symmetry bidirectional symmetry
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access I.440/450 (GSM 04.08)
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate full rate
interface 2 wire analogue
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type PSTN ISDN PLMN
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking international/national
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating 2 wire, analogue/UE
3.
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3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 22.004
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
  1. This Teleservice allows the connection of ITU-T group 3 fax apparatus (send and/or receive) to the user equipments of a PLMN. Facsimile connections may be established to/from group 3 apparatus in the PSTN, ISDN or PLMN.
  2. A high quality of service even under bad radio conditions and/or in connection to/from moving vehicles is required.
  3. Both speech and fax portions of the call will use a full rate. The fax portion of the call may use multiple full rate channels.
  4. Subscription for TS61 includes also subscription for TS62 (refer to TS 22.001). For this reason and in order to allow a user to change between ME supporting TS61 or TS62 both a network and a UE supporting TS61 shall also accept call set-ups for TS62. If a subscriber originates/receives a TS61 call but either the UE or the network do not support TS61 (but supports TS62), then TS61 shall be negotiated to TS62 in accordance to the rules specified in TS 27.001. If the negotiation does not succeed, then the call shall be released.
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A.1.4a  Alternate speech/facsimile G3

A.1.5  Automatic facsimile G3Word‑p. 18

Teleservice 62, Alternate facsimile group 3
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1.1 Type or user information facsimile
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions Procedures according to ITU-T recommendation T.30/T4.
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions
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LLC
2.1
Inform
transfer
2.1.1 Information transfer capability Facsimile group 3
2.1.2 Information transfer mode Circuit
2.1.3 Information transfer rate up to 14400 bits/s
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection demand (MO MT)
2.1.6 Communication configuration point-to-point
2.1.7 Symmetry bidirectional symmetry
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access I.440/450 (GSM 04.08)
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate full rate
interface 2 wire, analogue
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type PSTN ISDN PLMN
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking international/national
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating 2 wire, analogue/UE
3.
Gen
3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 22.004
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
  1. This teleservice supports a Facsimile Group 3 Autocalling/Autoanswering mode only.
  2. This teleservice allows connection of ITU-T group 3 fax apparatus to and from the user equipments of a PLMN. Facsimile connections may be established to and from group 3 apparatus in the PSTN, ISDN or PLMN.
  3. A high quality of service even under bad radio conditions and/or in connection to/from moving vehicles is required.
  4. If a Network receives a call set-up for TS61 and if the subscriber in question has a subscription for TS62 only, then the network shall negotiate TS61 to TS62 in accordance to the rules specified in TS 27.001. If the negotiation does not succeed, then the call shall be released. See also item 4) in the description of TS61.
  5. This teleservice may use the multislot mechanism of GERAN.
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A.1.6  Voice Group Call ServiceWord‑p. 19

Teleservice 91, Voice Group Call Service
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1.1 Type or user information speech
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions -
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions -
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions -
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions -
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LLC
2.1
Inform
transfer
2.1.1 Information transfer capability speech (digital representation)
2.1.2 Information transfer mode Circuit
2.1.3 Information transfer rate not applicable
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection demand MO MT
2.1.6 Communication configuration multipoint
2.1.7 Symmetry bidirectional symmetry
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access manual
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate full rate/half rate
interface
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type PSTN/ISDN/ PLMN
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking international/national
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating 2 wire, analogue 4 wire
S (B+B+D)
ME
3.
Gen
3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 42.068
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
This service provides for speech conversation of a predefined group of service subscribers in half duplex mode on the radio link taking into account multiple mobile service subscribers involved in the VGCS call per cell. A detailed service description is given in TS 42.068.
This teleservice shall only be provided via a GERAN A/Gb mode of operation.
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A.1.7  Voice Broadcast ServiceWord‑p. 20

Teleservice 92, Voice Broadcast Service
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1.1 Type or user information speech
1.2 Layer 4 protocol functions -
1.3 Layer 5 protocol functions -
1.4 Layer 6 protocol functions -
1.5 Layer 7 protocol functions -
2.
LLC
2.1
Inform
transfer
2.1.1 Information transfer capability speech (digital representation)
2.1.2 Information transfer mode Circuit
2.1.3 Information transfer rate not applicable
2.1.4 Structure not applicable
2.1.5 Establishment of connection demand MO MT
2.1.6 Communication configuration broadcast
2.1.7 Symmetry unidirectional
2.2
Access
at UE
2.2.1 Signalling access manual
2.2.2 Information access (TS 22.001) rate full rate/half rate
interface
2.3
Inter-
working
2.3.1 Visible network type PSTN/ISDN/ PLMN
2.3.2 National/Internat. interworking international/national
2.3.3 Interface of TE to terminating 2 wire, analogue 4 wire
S (B+B+D)
ME
3.
Gen
3.1 Supplementary service provided TS 42.069
3.2 Quality of service
Comments:
This service provides for the distribution of speech, generated by a service subscriber, to all or a predefined group service subscribers located in this area. A detailed service description is given in TS 42.069.
This teleservice shall only be provided via a GERAN A/Gb mode of operation.
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