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TS 24.007CT1
Mobile Radio Interface Signalling Layer 3 –
General Aspects

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V14.0.0  2017/03  152 p.
V13.0.0  2015/12  151 p.
V12.0.0  2013/06  151 p.
V11.0.0  2012/06  151 p.
V10.0.0  2011/03  151 p.
V9.0.0  2009/12  151 p.
V8.2.0  2009/06  151 p.
V7.0.0  2005/10  144 p.
V6.5.0  2005/10  144 p.
V5.4.0  2005/03  142 p.
V4.4.0  2005/01  142 p.
V3.10.0  2004/06  141 p.
GSM Rel-98 v7.3.0  1999/12  126 p.
GSM Rel-97 v6.5.1  1999/11  120 p.
GSM Rel-96 v5.3.0  1997/12  71 p.
GSM Phase-2 v4.3.1  1997/11  60 p.
GSM Phase-1 v3.3.3  1992/02  66 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. CHIN, ChenHo

This TS defines the principal architecture of layer 3 and its sublayers on the GSM Um interface, i.e. the interface between Mobile Station (MS) and network; for the CM sublayer, the description is restricted to paradigmatic examples, call control, supplementary services, and short message services for non-GPRS services. It also defines the basic message format and error handling applied by the layer 3 protocols.

short Table of Contents for  TS 24.007  Word version:   16.1.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 13
2  ReferencesWord-p. 13
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 15
4  IntroductionWord-p. 15
5  Structure of layer 3 functionsWord-p. 21
6  Services provided by signalling layer 3 at the MS sideWord-p. 35
6.1  Registration servicesWord-p. 35
6.2  Call Control servicesWord-p. 38
6.3  Call independent Supplementary Services SupportWord-p. 44
6.4  Short Message Services SupportWord-p. 45
6.5  Session Management Services for GPRS-ServicesWord-p. 45
6.6  Registration Services for GPRS-ServicesWord-p. 51
6.7  Services provided to SNDCP entities by GPRS Logical Link Control servicesWord-p. 53
6.8  Location services at the type A LMU sideWord-p. 56
7  Services provided by signalling layer 3 on the Network sideWord-p. 57
7.1  Call control servicesWord-p. 57
7.2  Call independent Supplementary Services SupportWord-p. 64
7.3  Short Message Services SupportWord-p. 65
7.4  Services provided to SNDCP and SMS entities by GPRS Logical Link Control servicesUpWord-p. 65
7.5  Session Management Services for GPRS and MBMSWord-p. 67
7.6  Location services at the Network sideWord-p. 69
8  Services assumed from signalling layers 1 and 2Word-p. 71
9  Interlayer service interfaces on the MS sideWord-p. 72
9.1  Services provided by the Radio Resource Management entityWord-p. 72
9.2  Services provided by the Mobility Management entityWord-p. 76
9.3  Services provided by radio resource management entity for GPRS servicesWord-p. 80
9.4  Services provided by the LLC entity for GPRS services (GSM only)Word-p. 82
9.5  Services provided by the GMM for GPRS servicesWord-p. 83
10  Interlayer service interfaces on the Network sideWord-p. 87
10.1  Services provided by the Radio Resource Management entityUpWord-p. 87
10.2  Services provided by the Mobility Management entityWord-p. 90
10.3  Services provided by radio resource management entity for GPRS servicesUpWord-p. 92
10.4  Services provided by the LLC entity for GPRS servicesWord-p. 93
10.5  Services provided by the GMM for GPRS servicesWord-p. 94
10.6  Services provided by the Radio Resource Management entity for CTS on the fixed partWord-p. 96
11  L3 MessagesWord-p. 97
11.1  GeneralWord-p. 97
11.2  Standard L3 messagesWord-p. 99
11.3  Non standard L3 messagesWord-p. 115
11.4  Handling of superfluous informationWord-p. 117
A  MN-Services arrow diagramWord-p. 118
B  Description of CSN.1Word-p. 126
C  GPRS-Services sequence diagramWord-p. 132
D  Change historyWord-p. 153

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