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TS 23.281 (SA6)
Functional architecture and information flows
to support Mission Critical Video (MCVideo)

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3GPP 23.281 - Functional model for application plane of MCVideo service

Rapporteur:  Mr. Amogh, Niranth

This document specifies the functional model, procedures and information flows needed for the mission critical video (MCVideo) service. Support for both MCVideo group streaming and MCVideo private streaming operating in on-network and off-network modes of operation is specified.
The present document is applicable primarily to mission critical video service using E-UTRAN access based on the common functional architecture for mission critical services defined in TS 23.280 and the EPC architecture.
The MCVideo service can be used for public safety applications and also for general commercial applications e.g. utility companies and railways.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 11
2  ReferencesWord-p. 11
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 12
4  IntroductionWord-p. 13
5  Architectural requirementsWord-p. 13
5A  Involved business relationshipsWord-p. 15
6  MCVideo Functional modelWord-p. 15
6.1  Functional model descriptionWord-p. 15
6.2  Functional entities descriptionWord-p. 16
6.3  Reference pointsWord-p. 18
6A  IdentitiesWord-p. 20
6B  Application of functional model to deploymentsWord-p. 20
7  Procedures and information flowsWord-p. 20
7.1  Group callUpWord-p. 20
7.1.1  GeneralWord-p. 20
7.1.2  On-network group callWord-p. 20
7.1.3  Off-network group communicationsWord-p. 53
7.2  Private callWord-p. 63
7.2.1  GeneralUpWord-p. 63
7.2.2  Private call on-networkWord-p. 63
7.2.3  Off-network private communicationsWord-p. 75
7.3  Video pullWord-p. 83
7.3.1  GeneralWord-p. 83
7.3.2  On-network video pullWord-p. 83
7.3.3  Off-network video pullWord-p. 87
7.4  Video pushWord-p. 90
7.4.1  GeneralWord-p. 90
7.4.2  On-network video pushWord-p. 90
7.4.3  Off-network video pushWord-p. 100
7.5  Capability information sharingWord-p. 105
7.5.1  GeneralWord-p. 105
7.5.2  On-network capability information sharingWord-p. 105
7.5.3  Off-network capability information sharingWord-p. 109
7.6  Ambient viewing callWord-p. 116
7.6  Ambient viewing callWord-p. 116
7.7  Transmission controlWord-p. 123
7.7.1  Transmission control for on-network MCVideo serviceWord-p. 123
7.7.2  Off-network transmission controlWord-p. 143
7.8  MCVideo service configurationWord-p. 155
7.9  Affiliation and de-affiliation to/from MCVideo group(s)Word-p. 155
7.10  Use of MBMS transmission (on-network)Word-p. 156
7.11  Simultaneous session for MCVideo calls (on-network)Word-p. 160
7.12  User authentication and authorization for MCVideo serviceWord-p. 160
7.13  Support for multiple devicesWord-p. 161
7.14  Location information (on-network)Word-p. 161
7.15  MCVideo resource management (on-network) [R15]Word-p. 161
7.16  MCVideo client query [R15]Word-p. 162
7.17  MCVideo adaptation during MCVideo communication [R15]Word-p. 163
A (Normative)  MCVideo related configuration dataWord-p. 169
B  Change historyWord-p. 181

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