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18  Commands for UAS configuration and operation |R17|p. 413

18.1  Generalp. 413

This clause defines AT commands that a TE may use to control MT supporting UAS services. The MT supporting UAS supports UUAA procedure and C2 authorization procedure as defined in TS 24.501 for 5GS and in TS 24.301 for EPS.
A comprehensive set of UAS specific commands is defined to provide the flexibility needed by the more complex MT. The commands are designed to be expandable to accommodate new UAS feature options and interface protocols, merely by defining new values for many of the parameters. The commands use the extended information and error message capabilities described in this specification.
The +CUUAAPT command requests the UE to transport the UUAA parameters to the network and to report the UUAA parameters received from the network as defined in TS 24.501 for 5GS and in TS 24.301 for EPS.
The +CC2APT command requests the UE to transport the C2 authorization parameters to the network and to report the C2 authorization parameters received from the network as defined in TS 24.501 for 5GS and in TS 24.301 for EPS
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18.2  Commands specific to UAS servicesp. 413

18.2.1  UUAA parameter transport +CUUAAPTp. 413

Command Possible response(s)
+ CUUAAPT =<n>,<CAA_level_UAV_id>[,<USS_addr>[,<UUAA_payload>]] +CME ERROR: <err>
+ CUUAAPT? +CUUAAPT: [,<CAA_level_UAV_id>[,<UUAA_result>[,<UUAA_payload>]]]
+ CUUAAPT=?
Description
The set command is used to request the MT to transport UUAA parameters to the network as specified in TS 24.501 for 5GS and in TS 24.301 for EPS. The unsolicited result code +CUUAAPT: [,<CAA_level_UAV_id>[,<UUAA_result>[,<UUAA_payload>]]] reports the UUAA parameters received from the network.
The read command is used to return the current value of unsolicited result code +CUUAAPT.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
Integer type
0 (default)
disable presentation of the unsolicited result code
1
enable presentation of the unsolicited result code +CUUAAPT: [,<CAA_level_UAV_id>[,<UUAA_result>[,<UUAA_payload>]]]
<CAA_level_UAV_id>
string type; contains the CAA-level UAV ID. <CAA_level_UAV_id> is encoded as the value part of the Service-level device ID as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.11.
<USS_addr>
string type; contains the IP address or FQDN. <USS_addr> is encoded as the value part of the Service-level-AA server address as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.12.
<UUAA_payload>
string type; contains the application-level payload for UUAA procedure. <UUAA_payload> is encoded as the value part of the Service-level-AA payload as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.13
<UUAA_result>
integer type; contains the result of UUAA procedure. <UUAA_result> is encoded corresponding to the value part of the SLAR bits of the Service-level-AA response as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.14.
0 (default)
UUAA completed successfully
1
UUAA was not successful or revoked
Implementation
Optional.
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18.2.2  C2 authorization parameter transport +CC2APTp. 414

Command Possible response(s)
+ CC2APT =<n>,<CAA_level_UAV_id>[,<C2_authorization_payload>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+ CC2APT? +CC2APT: [,<CAA_level_UAV_id>[,<C2_authorization_payload>[,<C2_auth_result>]]]
+ CC2APT=?
Description
The set command is used to request the MT to transport C2 authorization parameters to the network as specified in TS 24.501 for 5GS and in TS 24.301 for EPS. The unsolicited result code +CC2APT: [,<CAA_level_UAV_id>[,<C2_authorization_payload>[,<C2_auth_result>]]] reports the C2 authorization parameters received from the network.
The read command is used to return the current value of unsolicited result code +CC2APT.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
Integer type
0 (default)
disable presentation of the unsolicited result code
1
enable presentation of the unsolicited result code +CC2APT: [,<CAA_level_UAV_id>[,<C2_authorization_payload>[,<C2_auth_result>]]]
<CAA_level_UAV_id>
string type; contains the CAA-level UAV ID. <CAA_level_UAV_id> is encoded as the value part of the Service-level device ID as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.11.
<C2_authorization_payload>
string type; contains the application-level payload which may include UAV-C pairing information, fight authorization information, C2 session security information, if available. <C2_authorization_payload> is encoded as the value part of Service-level-AA payload as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.13.
<C2_auth_result>
integer type; contains the result of C2 authorization procedure. <C2_auth_result> is encoded corresponding to the value part of the C2AR bits of the Service-level-AA response as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.14.
0 (default)
C2 authorization completed successfully
1
C2 authorization was not successful or revoked
Implementation
Optional.
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