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TS 29.007CT3
General requirements on Interworking
between the PLMN and the ISDN or PSTN

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Rapporteur:  Dr. Belling, Thomas

This TS identifies the Mobile-services Switching Centre/Interworking Functions (MSC/IWFs) and requirements to support interworking between:
  • PLMN and PSTN;
  • PLMN and ISDN;
for circuit switched services in the PLMN. It is not possible to treat ISDN and PSTN as one type of network, even when both ISDN and PSTN subscribers are served by the same exchange because of the limitations of the PSTN subscribers access i.e. analogue connection without D-channel signalling.
Within the present document, the requirements for voice and non-voice (data) calls are considered separately.

full Table of Contents for  TS 29.007  Word version:   15.1.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 9
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 14
4  Introduction
5Void
6  Network CharacteristicsWord-p. 16
7  Interworking classifications
8  Compatibility and subscription checking
9  Interworking to PSTNWord-p. 19
9.1  Speech Calls
9.2  Data Calls
9.2.1  Network interworking mobile originatedWord-p. 20
9.2.2  Network Interworking Mobile terminated PSTN Originated
9.2.3  Transparent service supportWord-p. 24
9.2.4  Non transparent service supportWord-p. 29
9.2.5  DTE/DCE interface (Filtering)Up
9.3  Interworking Alternate Speech / Facsimile Group 3 CallsWord-p. 34
9.4  3G-H.324/M calls over 3,1kHz audio
10  Interworking to the ISDN
10.1  Speech CallsWord-p. 38
10.2  Data Calls
10.2.1  Network interworking mobile originated
10.2.2  Network interworking mobile terminated
10.2.3  Transparent service supportWord-p. 66
10.2.4  Non transparent service support
10.2.4.1  Structure of the MSC/IWF for Iu mode
10.2.4.2  Structure of the MSC/IWF for A/Gb modeUp
10.2.4.3  Re constitution of user dataWord-p. 70
10.2.4.4  Layer 2 relay functionality
10.2.4.5  In band signalling mapping flow control
10.2.4.6  Data buffers
10.2.4.7  BREAK IndicationWord-p. 72
10.2.4.8  Signalling mapping of modem or ISDN (V.110, V.120 or PIAFS) TA-function status informationUp
10.2.4.9  Support of out band flow control
10.2.4.10  SynchronizationsWord-p. 73
10.2.4.11  Data compressionWord-p. 74
10.2.4.12  Additional aspects of V.120 InterworkingUp
10.2.4.13  Interworking with restricted 64 kbit/s networks
10.2.4.14  Service level up and down grading
10.2.4.15  Interworking in Frame Tunneling Mode
10.2.4.16  Additional aspects of PIAFS InterworkingWord-p. 76
10.2.5  DTE/DCE interface (Filtering)
10.3  Interworking Alternate speech facsimile group 3 calls
10.4  3G-H.324/M calls over UDI/RDI
11  Interworking between A/Gb mode MSC and Iu mode MSC
11a  Transport Protocols [R6]Word-p. 83
12  Frame Synchronization
13  Call ClearingWord-p. 94
14  The A-TRAU Framing Protocols [R5]
15  RTP Payload Type Negotiation for Data Calls within a SIP-I based CS Core Network [R8]Word-p. 99
A  SDLsWord-p. 100
B  General mapping of V.24 circuits to channel status bitsWord-p. 102
C (Normative)  RTP payload type for SCUDIF in SIP-I based CS core network [R8]
D  IANA registration information for RTP payload types for SCUDIF in SIP-I based CS core network [R8]Word-p. 104
E  Change historyWord-p. 106

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