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TR 29.882 (CT4)
Customized Alerting Tone (CAT)
in 3G CS Domain

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Schmitt, Peter
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This TR provides a study into providing a Customized Alerting Tones in the 3GPP CS domain. This TR covers the functional description, network architecture and protocol definition to support CAT in the 3GPP CS domain for speech and multimedia calls.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 8
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviations
4  Overview of CAT service requirements in the 3GPP CS domain
5  Architectural aspectsWord-p. 12
6  CAT service provisioning, activation & deactivation, configurationWord-p. 22
7  CAT call flowsWord-p. 25
7.1  Alternative 1 - (G)MSC Server switch architecture
7.2  Alternative 2 - CAT Server switch architecture
7.3  Alternative 3 - CAT Server switch architecture with routing back to GMSC Server
7.4  Alternative 4 - (G)MSC Server switch architecture use based on UE capabilities
7.5  Alternative 5 -Terminating MSC Server switch architecture
7.6  Alternative 6 - (G)MSC Server bridge architecture
8  Interaction with other featuresWord-p. 69
8.1  Interaction with supplementary services
8.1.1  Line identification services
8.1.2  Call forwarding servicesWord-p. 70
8.1.3  Call waitingWord-p. 99
8.1.4  Call Hold
8.1.5  Multiparty
8.1.6  Explicit Call TransferWord-p. 100
8.1.7  Call barring
8.1.8  Closed user group
8.1.9  User to User signallingWord-p. 101
8.1.10  Advice of charge
8.1.11  Voice group call service (VGCS), Voice broadcast service (VBS)
8.2  Interaction with other services and functions
8.3  Interaction with charging
8.4  Interaction with H.245 and MONA call setup timeWord-p. 103
9  Interworking with other networksWord-p. 104
10  Technical analysis &architectures assessmentWord-p. 105
11  Conclusions and recommendationsWord-p. 111
A  Impacts to Existing SpecificationsWord-p. 113
B  Change historyWord-p. 114

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