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TS 03.56 (SA2)
GSM Cordless Telephony System (CTS), Phase 1 – CTS Architecture Description – Stage 2

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(P) GSM Rel-98 v7.1.1  2000/09  35 p.


Rapporteur:  ROBERTS, Martin
See also:  CTS-related TS/TR

This TS defines the stage 2 description for the Cordless Telephony System (CTS) based on GSM radio. As the second stage of a three-level structure, it is derived from the stage 1 service description.

As mentioned already in the stage 1 description, a phased approach is indispensable to have an early first specification ready for market needs. The first phase focuses on the requirements necessary to elaborate the radio interface and the security aspects for an application supporting the speech tele-service (including DTMF support) in a residential single cell environment.

The standardisation of the physical layers of the GSM-CTS fixed network interface is not in the scope of this TS.


 

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1 Scope2 References3 Definitions and abbreviations3.1 Definitions3.2 Abbreviations4 Main concepts4.1 CTS definition4.2 CTS Network4.3 CTS Role models4.4 CTS Radio interface4.5 CTS operational requirements4.6 CTS Reference Model4.7 GSM Operator control of CTS service4.8 De-initialisation of CTS FP4.9 CTS MS Enrolment4.10 De-enrolment of CTS MS from a CTS-FP4.11 CTS MM and CM layers4.12 CTS MM and CM layers on the fixed network side4.13 CTS Mobility services4.14 CTS CM layer4.15 Subscriber information for CTS5 Transmission6 Information storage6.1 Information managed per CTS-MS subscriber6.2 Information managed per CTS-FP subscriber7 Identities7.1 Identification of the CTS-FP7.2 Addressing parameters8 Operation and maintenance aspects9 Function and information flows9.1 CTS FP management9.2 CTS management for CTS MS9.3 CTS integration to Fixed Mobile Convergence applications9.4 Functions related to MS in idle mode for support of CTS9.5 Functions related to active mode support of CTS9.6 Overview of signalling10 CTS Architecture10.1 CTS Elements10.2 CTS Interfaces10.3 CTS sub-systems10.4 Network Access11 CTS main parameters11.1 Radio Resource Management parameters11.2 Identification parameters11.3 Security specific parameters12 The local CTS12.1 Transmission and Signalling PlanesA History

 

1  ScopePDF-p. 7
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviations
4  Main concepts
4.1  CTS definition
4.2  CTS Network
4.3  CTS Role modelsPDF-p. 9
4.4  CTS Radio interfacePDF-p. 10
4.5  CTS operational requirements
4.6  CTS Reference Model
4.7  GSM Operator control of CTS servicePDF-p. 16
4.8  De-initialisation of CTS FP
4.9  CTS MS Enrolment
4.10  De-enrolment of CTS MS from a CTS-FP
4.11  CTS MM and CM layers
4.12  CTS MM and CM layers on the fixed network side
4.13  CTS Mobility services
4.14  CTS CM layer
4.15  Subscriber information for CTSPDF-p. 23
5  Transmission
6  Information storage
7  Identities
8  Operation and maintenance aspects
9  Function and information flows
10  CTS Architecture
11  CTS main parameters
12  The local CTS
A  HistoryPDF-p. 35Up

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