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TS 23.280 (SA6)
Common functional architecture
to support Mission Critical services

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Amogh, Niranth
See also:  MCX-related TS/TR    


This document specifies the common functional architecture, procedures and information flows needed to support mission critical services including the common services core architecture.

The present document is applicable primarily to mission critical services using E-UTRAN access based on the EPC architecture. Certain MC service functions such as dispatch and administrative functions could also be supported via non-3GPP access networks but no additional functionality is specified to support non-3GPP access.

The common functional architecture to support mission critical services can be used for public safety applications and also for general commercial applications e.g. utility companies and railways.


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1   Scope [R14]   PDF-p. 10
2   References [R14]
3   Definitions, symbols and abbreviations [R14]   PDF-p. 11
4   Introduction [R14]   PDF-p. 13
5   Assumptions and architectural requirements [R14]   PDF-p. 14
6   Involved business relationships [R14]
7   Functional model [R14]   PDF-p. 21
7.1   General
7.2   Description of the planes
7.3   Functional model description
7.4   Functional entities description   PDF-p. 25      Up
7.5   Reference points
7.5.1   General reference point principle
7.5.2   Application plane
7.5.2.1   General
7.5.2.2   Reference point CSC-1 (between the identity management client and the identity management server)
7.5.2.3   Reference point CSC-2 (between the group management client and the group management server for configuration while UE is on-network)      Up
7.5.2.4   Reference point CSC-3 (between the MC service server and the group management server)
7.5.2.5   Reference point CSC-4 (between the configuration management client and the configuration management server for configuration while UE is on-network)   PDF-p. 32
7.5.2.6   Reference point CSC-5 (between the MC service server and the configuration management server)
7.5.2.7   Reference point CSC-7 (between the group management servers)
7.5.2.8   Reference point CSC-8 (between the key management server and the key management client)
7.5.2.9   Reference point CSC-9 (between the key management server and the MC service server)
7.5.2.10   Reference point CSC-10 (between the key management server and the group management server)   PDF-p. 33
7.5.2.11   Reference point CSC-11 (between the configuration management client and the configuration management server for configuration while UE is off-network)
7.5.2.12   Reference point CSC-12 (between the group management client and the group management server for configuration while UE is off-network)
7.5.2.13   Reference point CSC-13 (between the configuration management server and the MC service user database)      Up
7.5.2.14   Reference point CSC-14 (between the location management client and the location management server)
7.5.2.15   Reference point CSC-15 (between the location management server and the MC service server)
7.5.3   Signalling control plane   PDF-p. 34

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