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TS 23.282SA6
Functional architecture and information flows
to support Mission Critical Data (MCData)

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WI Acronym:  MCImp-MCData
Rapporteur:  Mr. Pattan, Basavaraj (Basu)Samsung R&D Institute UK

This document specifies the functional architecture, procedures and information flows needed to support the Mission Critical Data (MCData) services. MCData is a suite of services which utilizes the common functional architecture defined in TS 23.280 to support MC services over LTE including the common services core.
3GPP 23.282 - Functional model for application plane of MCData service

essential Table of Contents for  TS 23.282  Word version:   17.2.1

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1  ScopeWord-p. 14
2  ReferencesWord-p. 14
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 15
4  IntroductionWord-p. 17
5  Architectural requirementsWord-p. 17
6  Functional modelWord-p. 23
6.1  GeneralWord-p. 23
6.2  Description of the planesWord-p. 23
6.3  Transmission and reception control aspectsWord-p. 24
6.4  Generic functional modelWord-p. 24
6.4.1  On-network functional modelWord-p. 24
6.4.2  Off-network functional modelWord-p. 25
6.4.3  Functional entities descriptionWord-p. 25
6.4.4  Reference pointsWord-p. 27
6.5  Functional model for short data serviceWord-p. 28
6.5.1  On-network functional modelWord-p. 28
6.5.2  Off-network functional modelWord-p. 29
6.5.3  Functional entities descriptionWord-p. 29
6.5.4  Reference pointsWord-p. 30
6.6  Functional model for file distributionWord-p. 30
6.6.1  On-network functional modelWord-p. 30
6.6.1a  On-network functional model for interconnection [R16]Word-p. 31
6.6.2  Off-network functional modelWord-p. 32
6.6.3  Functional entities descriptionWord-p. 33
6.6.4  Reference pointsWord-p. 34
6.7  Functional model for data streamingWord-p. 35
6.7.1  On-network functional modelWord-p. 35
6.7.2  Off-network functional modelWord-p. 36
6.7.3  Functional entities descriptionUpWord-p. 36
6.7.4  Reference pointsWord-p. 37
6.8  Functional model for IP connectivity [R16]Word-p. 38
6.8.1  On-network functional modelWord-p. 38
6.8.2  Off-network functional modelWord-p. 39
6.8.3  Functional entities descriptionWord-p. 39
6.8.4  Reference pointsWord-p. 39
7  Procedures and information flowsWord-p. 40
7.1  MCData service configurationWord-p. 40
7.2  Affiliation and de-affiliation to/from MCData group(s)Word-p. 40
7.3  Use of MBMS transmission (on-network)Word-p. 41
7.4  Short data serviceWord-p. 45
7.5  File distributionWord-p. 83
7.6  Transmission and reception controlWord-p. 120
7.7  Communication releaseWord-p. 126
7.8  Conversation managementWord-p. 139
7.9  Enhanced statusWord-p. 142
7.10  MCData emergency alert (on-network and off-network)Word-p. 144
7.11  User authentication and authorization for MCData serviceWord-p. 144
7.12  MCData resource management (on-network) [R15]UpWord-p. 144
7.13  Operations on MCData message store [R16]Word-p. 145
7.14  IP connectivity [R16]Word-p. 170
7.15  Location information (on-network) [R16]Word-p. 181
A (Normative)  MCData related configuration dataWord-p. 182
B  Transmission control for MCDataWord-p. 195
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D  Example of a User Message Storage Area [R16]Word-p. 197
E  Change historyWord-p. 198

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