Tech-invite   3GPPspecs   RFCs   SIP   Search in Tech-invite

21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30   31   32   33   34   35   36   37   38   41   42   43   44   45   46   48   49   50   51   52   55   Intro   TBs   RELs   Ref‑Points   IDs   ?  
in Index   Prev   Next

TS 23.251 (SA2)
Network Sharing –
Architecture and Functional Description

use "3GPP‑Page" to get the Word version
use "ETSI‑search" to get the PDF version
for a better overview, the Table of Contents (ToC) is reproduced
V15.1.0 (PDF)  2018/09  41 p.
V14.1.0  2017/09  41 p.
V13.2.0  2016/06  41 p.
V12.1.0  2014/06  37 p.
V11.6.0  2013/12  36 p.
V10.6.0  2013/06  29 p.
V9.5.0  2012/12  22 p.
V8.4.0  2012/12  22 p.
V7.0.0  2007/06  20 p.
V6.6.0  2006/03  20 p.


Rapporteur:  Dr. Nilsson, Ulf

Network sharing is a way for operators to share the heavy deployment costs for mobile networks, especially in the roll-out phase. In the current mobile telephony marketplace, functionality that enables various forms of network sharing is becoming more and more important. These aspects have not really been addressed before Release 6 in 3GPP UTRAN based access networks, before Release 8 in 3GPP E-UTRAN based access networks and before Release 10 in 3GPP GERAN based access networks, although there has been functionality that supports a very basic type of network sharing since the Release 5 versions of the 3GPP specifications.
The present document covers the details of Network Sharing for GERAN, UTRAN and E-UTRAN. It shows how several core network operators can share one radio access network and details the impacts on the network architecture. All UEs shall comply with existing requirements, among them PLMN selection and system information reception. The present document also defines requirements for network-sharing supporting UEs.

full Table of Contents for  TS 23.251  Word version:   15.1.0

 

Here   Top

 

1  Scope [R6]Word-p. 6
2  References [R6]
3  Definitions and abbreviations [R6]Word-p. 7
4  General Description [R6]
5  Functional description [R6]
6  Charging and accounting aspects [R6]Word-p. 20
7  Example signalling flows [R6]
A  Network Resource Indicator (NRI) allocation examples [R6]Word-p. 33
B (Normative)  Interaction with other network capabilities [R10]Word-p. 38
C  Change HistoryWord-p. 39

Up   Top