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TR 22.803 (SA1)
Feasibility study for Proximity Services (ProSe)

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V12.2.0 (Wzip)  2013/06  45 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Hovey, Rich
See also:  ProSe-related TS/TR

The objective is to study use cases and identify potential requirements for operator network controlled discovery and communications between UEs that are in proximity, under continuous network control, and are under 3GPP network coverage, for:
  • Commercial/social use
  • Network offloading
  • Public Safety
  • Integration of current infrastructure services, to assure the consistency of the user experience including reachability and mobility aspects
Additionally, the study item will study use cases and identify potential requirements for
  • Public Safety, in case of absence of E-UTRAN coverage (subject to regional regulation and operator policy, and limited to specific public-safety designated frequency bands and terminals)
Use cases and service requirements will be studied including network operator control, authentication, authorization, accounting and regulatory aspects.

The study does not apply to GERAN or UTRAN.


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1  ScopeWord-p. 8
2  References
3  Definitions, Symbols and AbbreviationsWord-p. 9
4  OverviewWord-p. 10
5  Use Cases and Scenarios
5.1  General Use Cases
5.1.1  Restricted ProSe Discovery Use Case
5.1.2  Open ProSe Discovery Use CaseWord-p. 15Up
5.1.3  Discovery Use Case with Subscribers from Different PLMNs
5.1.4  Discovery Use Case with Roaming Subscribers
5.1.5  Network ProSe Discovery Use Case
5.1.6  Service Continuity between Infrastructure and E-UTRA ProSe Communication paths
5.1.7  Operator A uses ProSe to Enhance Location and Presence ServicesWord-p. 20Up
5.1.8  ProSe for Large Numbers of UEs
5.1.9  ProSe-assisted WLAN Direct Communications Use Case
5.1.10  Service Management and Continuity for ProSe-assisted WLAN Direct CommunicationsWord-p. 22
5.1.11  Use Case for ProSe Application Provided by the Third-Party Application DeveloperWord-p. 23
5.1.12  Concurrent E-UTRAN Infrastructure and WLAN Proximity CommunicationUp
5.1.13  Network Offloading via WLAN ProSe Communication

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