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TS 48.058RAN6
BSC-BTS Interface –
Layer 3 specification

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V6.2.0  2007/09  86 p.
V5.6.0  2002/07  86 p.
V4.1.0  2002/02  83 p.
GSM Rel-99 v8.6.0  2000/11  83 p.
GSM Rel-98 v7.4.1  2000/05  87 p.
GSM Rel-97 v6.3.0  1999/11  78 p.
GSM Rel-96 v5.10.0  1999/11  78 p.
GSM Phase-2 v4.9.0  1995/10  102 p.
GSM Phase-1 v3.6.0  1994/04  81 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Andersen, Niels Peter Skov

The present document specifies the general structure of layer 3 and traffic management procedures and messages used on the A-bis interface to support signalling procedures as defined in TS 24.008 and TS 44.018. Support for Location Services (LCS) related signalling, as defined in TS 23.271, is also included. TS 23.271 identifies new A-bis signalling to support BTS-embedded Type B LMUs as well as standalone, Type B LMUs. The standalone Type B LMU supports the layer 1 and 2 signalling for the A-bis as well as the Location Service message defined in the present document.

full Table of Contents for  TS 48.058  Word version:   15.0.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 8
2  Protocol model
3  Radio Link Layer Management ProceduresWord-p. 10
4  Dedicated channel management procedures
5  Common channel management proceduresWord-p. 26
6  TRX management procedures
6a  Location services procedures
7  Error handlingWord-p. 34
8  Message formats and contents
8.0  General
8.1  Transparent messagesWord-p. 36
8.2  Non-transparent messages (BSC-BTS specific messages)
8.3  Radio link layer management messages
8.4  DEDICATED CHANNEL MANAGEMENT MESSAGES
8.5  COMMON CHANNEL MANAGEMENT MESSAGESUp
8.6  TRX MANAGEMENT MESSAGES
8.7  LOCATION SERVICES MESSAGESWord-p. 54
9  Information element codings
9.1  Message discriminator
9.2  MESSAGE TYPEWord-p. 55
9.3  Other information elementsWord-p. 56
9.3.1  Channel NumberWord-p. 57
9.3.2  Link IdentifierWord-p. 58
9.3.3  Activation Type
9.3.4  BS PowerWord-p. 59
9.3.5  Channel IdentificationWord-p. 60
9.3.6  Channel Mode
9.3.7  Encryption informationWord-p. 62
9.3.8  Frame Number
9.3.9  Handover referenceWord-p. 63
9.3.10  L1 Information
9.3.11  L3 Information (message name)
9.3.12  MS Identity
9.3.13  MS Power
9.3.14  Paging GroupWord-p. 64
9.3.15  Paging Load
9.3.16  Physical Context
9.3.17  Access DelayWord-p. 65
9.3.18  RACH Load
9.3.19  Request ReferenceUp
9.3.20  Release ModeWord-p. 66
9.3.21  Resource Information
9.3.22  RLM Cause
9.3.23  Starting TimeWord-p. 67
9.3.24  Timing Advance
9.3.25  Uplink Measurements
9.3.26  CauseWord-p. 68
9.3.27  Measurement result numberWord-p. 71
9.3.28  Message Identifier
9.3.29  SACCH InformationUp
9.3.30  System Info TypeWord-p. 72
9.3.31  MS Power ParametersWord-p. 73
9.3.32  BS Power Parameters
9.3.33  Pre-processing ParametersWord-p. 74
9.3.34  Pre-processed Measurements
9.3.35  Full Immediate Assign Info
9.3.36  SMSCB InformationWord-p. 75
9.3.37  MS Timing Offset
9.3.38  Erroneous Message
9.3.39  Full BCCH Information (message name)Up
9.3.40  Channel NeededWord-p. 76
9.3.41  CB Command type
9.3.42  SMSCB MessageWord-p. 77
9.3.43  CBCH Load Information
9.3.44  SMSCB Channel Indicator
9.3.45  Group call referenceWord-p. 78
9.3.46  Channel description
9.3.47  NCH DRX information
9.3.48  Command indicator
9.3.49  eMLPP PriorityWord-p. 79
9.3.50  UIC
9.3.51  Main channel reference
9.3.52  MultiRate configurationWord-p. 80
9.3.53  MultiRate Control
9.3.54  Supported Codec Types
9.3.55  Codec ConfigurationWord-p. 82
9.3.56  Round Trip DelayWord-p. 83
9.3.57  TFO Status
9.3.58  LLP APDUWord-p. 84
9.3.59  TFO transparent containerUp
9.3.60  DRX Info
A  Change HistoryWord-p. 85

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