This parameter indicates the type of a message, either a CBS message or a Schedule Message. The Coding of the Message Type is described in TS 25.324
This parameter identifies the source and type of the CBS Message (see also TS 25.324
). It is identical with the Message Identifier described in clause 220.127.116.11.2
with respect to its structure and possible value range. Within a multi technology network of one operator, e.g. GSM combined with UMTS, the values identifying a given topic shall be identical for both the Message ID and the Message Identifier described in clause 18.104.22.168.2
The UE shall attempt to receive the CBS messages whose Message ID's are in the "search list"
. This "search list"
shall contain the Message IDs stored in the EFCBMI, EFCBMID and EFCBMIR files on the USIM (see TS 31.102
) and any Message Identifiers stored in the UE in a "list of CBS messages to be received"
. If the UE has restricted capabilities with respect to the number of Message ID's it can search for, the IDs stored in the USIM shall take priority over any stored in the UE.
The MS shall discard a CBS message in Message Identifier value range "A000hex-AFFFhex"
unless it is received from:
PLMN that is equivalent to either HPLMN or EHPLMN.
This parameter identifies a particular CBS Message from the source and type indicated by the Message ID (see also TS 25.324
). It is identical with the Serial Number described in clause 22.214.171.124.1
with respect to its structure and possible value range.
This parameter identifies the the alphabet/coding and the language applied to a CBS Message as defined in TS 23.038
When the USIM indicates one or more language preferences, the UE shall, by default, use the language(s) stored in the USIM (in the EFPL file) to set any language filter mechanisms provided by the UE.
Optionally, when allowed by language code processing specified below, the user can select the language(s) required by using an MMI, to determine whether a particular CBS message should be displayed.
Where the message relates to a public warning system, the Message Identifier values 4370 through 4382, 4396 and 4398, relate to warning messages delivered in languages which are mandatory to receive. The ME shall not use any language filter mechanisms or use the language(s) selected through the MMI to determine whether a particular CBS message should be displayed for these Message Identifier values. This does not affect the ability to set a particular message identifier by MMI.
Where the message relates to a public warning system, the Message Identifier values 4383 through 4395, 4397 and 4399, relate to warning messages delivered in languages which are optional to receive. For these values, the ME can use language filter mechanisms and the MS/UE may use the language(s) selected through the MMI to determine whether a particular CBS message should be displayed. Even if the Message Identifier is not settable by MMI, the message shall still be discarded if the language is filtered or is not set to be displayed.
This parameter consists of the following WRITE-REPLACE primitive parameters as received from the CBC (see clause 9.2.2
The octets in the above table are transmitted in order, starting with octet 1. The bits within these octets are numbered 0 to 7; bit 0 is the low order bit and is transmitted first.