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[001]  Figure 4.2.3-1
5G System architecture
[002]  Figure 4.2.3-2
Non-Roaming 5G System Architecture in reference point representation
[003]  Figure 4.2.3-3
Applying non-roaming 5G System architecture for multiple PDU Session in reference point representation
[004]  Figure 4.2.3-4
Applying non-roaming 5G System architecture for concurrent access to two (e.g. local and central) data networks (single PDU Session option) in reference point representation
[005]  Figure 4.2.3-5
Non-roaming architecture for Network Exposure Function in reference point representation
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[006]  Figure 4.2.4-1
Roaming 5G System architecture- local breakout scenario in service-based interface representation
[007]  Figure 4.2.4-3
Roaming 5G System architecture - home routed scenario in service-based interface representation
[008]  Figure 4.2.4-4
Roaming 5G System architecture - local breakout scenario in reference point representation
[009]  Figure 4.2.4-6
Roaming 5G System architecture - Home routed scenario in reference point representation
[010]  Figure 4.2.4-7
NRF Roaming architecture in reference point representation
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[011]  Figure 4.2.5-1
Data storage architecture for unstructured data from any NF
[012]  Figure 4.2.5-2
Data storage architecture
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[013]  Figure 4.2.8.2.1-1
Non-roaming architecture for 5G Core Network with non-3GPP access
[014]  Figure 4.2.8.2.2-1
LBO Roaming architecture for 5G Core Network with non-3GPP access - N3IWF in the VPLMN
[015]  Figure 4.2.8.2.3-1
Home-routed Roaming architecture for 5G Core Network with non-3GPP access - N3IWF in the same VPLMN as 3GPP access
[016]  Figure 4.2.8.2.4-1
LBO Roaming architecture for 5G Core Network with non-3GPP access - N3IWF in the different PLMN from the 3GPP access
[017]  Figure 4.2.8.2.5-1
Home-routed Roaming architecture for 5G Core Network with non-3GPP access - N3IWF in the different VPLMN from the 3GPP access
[018]  Figure 4.2.8.2.5-2
Home-routed Roaming architecture for 5G Core Network with non-3GPP access - N3IWF in HPLMN and different PLMN in 3GPP access
[019]  Figure 4.2.9-1
Network Analytics architecture
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[020]  Figure 4.3.1-1
Non-roaming architecture for interworking between 5GS and EPC/E-UTRAN
[021]  Figure 4.3.2-1
Local breakout roaming architecture for interworking between 5GS and EPC/E-UTRAN
[022]  Figure 4.3.2-2
Home-routed roaming architecture for interworking between 5GS and EPC/E-UTRAN
[023]  Figure 4.3.3.1-1
Non-roaming architecture for interworking between 5GC via non-3GPP access and EPC/E-UTRAN
[024]  Figure 4.3.3.2-1
Local breakout roaming architecture for interworking between 5GC via non-3GPP access and EPC/E-UTRAN
[025]  Figure 4.3.3.2-2
Home-routed roaming architecture for interworking between 5GC via non-3GPP access and EPC/E-UTRAN
[026]  Figure 4.3.4.1-1
Non-roaming architecture for interworking between ePDG/EPC and 5GS
[027]  Figure 4.3.4.2-1
Local breakout roaming architecture for interworking between ePDG/EPC and 5GS
[028]  Figure 4.3.4.2-2
Home-routed roaming architecture for interworking between ePDG/EPC and 5GS
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[029]  Figure 4.4.2.1-1
Non-roaming System Architecture for SMS over NAS
[030]  Figure 4.4.2.1-2
Non-roaming System Architecture for SMS over NAS in reference point representation
[031]  Figure 4.4.2.1-3
Roaming architecture for SMS over NAS
[032]  Figure 4.4.2.1-4
Roaming architecture for SMS over NAS in reference point representation
[033]  Figure 4.4.4.1-1
Non-roaming reference architecture for Location Services
[034]  Figure 4.4.4.1-2
Non-roaming reference architecture for Location Services in reference point representation
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[035]  Figure 5.3.2.2.4-1
RM state model in UE
[036]  Figure 5.3.2.2.4-2
RM state model in AMF
[037]  Figure 5.3.2.2.4-1
CM state transition in UE
[038]  Figure 5.3.2.2.4-2
CM state transition in AMF
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[039]  Figure 5.6.4.2-1
User plane Architecture for the Uplink Classifier
[040]  Figure 5.6.4.3-1
Multi-homed PDU Session: service continuity case
[041]  Figure 5.6.4.3-2
Multi-homed PDU Session: local access to same DN
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[042]  Figure 5.7.1.5-1
The principle for classification and User Plane marking for QoS Flows and mapping to AN Resources
[043]  Table 5.7.4-1
Standardized 5QI to QoS characteristics mapping
[044]  Figure 5.17.1.1-1
Architecture for migration scenario for EPC and 5G CN
[045]  Figure 5.18.1-1
A 5G Multi-Operator Core Network (5G MOCN) in which multiple CNs are connected to the same NG-RAN
[046]  Figure 5.26.1-1
inter NG-RAN Configuration Transfer basic network architecture
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[047]  Figure 7.1.2-1
"Request-response" NF Service illustration
[048]  Figure 7.1.2-2
"Subscribe-Notify" NF Service illustration 1
[049]  Figure 7.1.2-3
"Subscribe-Notify" NF Service illustration 2
[050]  Figure 7.2.1-1
Network Function and NF Service
[051]  Figure 7.2.1-2
Network Function, NF Service and NF Service Operation
[052]  Figure 7.2.1-3
System Procedures and NF Services
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[053]  Figure 8.2.1.2-1
Control Plane between the 5G-AN and the AMF
[054]  Figure 8.2.1.3-1
Control Plane between the AN and the SMF
[055]  Figure 8.2.2.1-1
NAS transport for SM, SMS, UE Policy and LCS
[056]  Figure 8.2.2.2-1
Control Plane between the UE and the AMF
[057]  Figure 8.2.2.3-1
Control Plane protocol stack between the UE and the SMF
[058]  Figure 8.2.4-1
Control Plane before the signalling IPsec SA is established between UE and N3IWF
[059]  Figure 8.2.4-2
Control Plane after the signalling IPsec SA is established between UE and N3IWF
[060]  Figure 8.2.4-3
Control Plane for establishment of user-plane via N3IWF
[061]  Figure 8.3.1-1
User Plane Protocol Stack
[062]  Figure 8.3.2-1
User Plane via N3IWF
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[063]  Figure A-1
Example show a Reference Point replaced by two Service based Interfaces
[064]  Figure A-2
Example showing a Reference Point replaced by a single Service based Interface
[065]  Figure A-3
Reference Points vs. Service-based Interfaces representation of equal functionality on the interfaces
[066]  Figure A-4
One or more Services exposed by one Network Function