The present document defines the mobility management of interworking at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) for Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). The TETRA V+D Inter-working - basic operation part defines the Inter-System Interface (ISI) between the SwMIs as specified in the following sub-parts:
• Transport layer independent, General design [i.5].
• General design, PSS1 over E.1 [13].
• General design, SIP/IP [14].
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC) [9].
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature Group Call (ANF-ISIGC) [10].
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature Short Data Service (ANF-ISISDS) [i.2].
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature, Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM) (the present document).
• Generic Speech Format Implementation [i.4].
NOTE: These TSs are produced in analogy with the Recommendation ITU-T I.130 [4].
The present document contains the ANF-ISIMM part. The ANF-ISIMM part defines additional Mobility Management (MM) services to the SwMIs. If supported, the ANF-ISIMM services complement the intra-SwMI-MM, authentication and key management services. In support of these, the ANF-ISIMM enables the invocation and operation of these services between the SwMIs over the ISI. Thus, ANF-ISIMM offers the following services:
• Migration and restricted migration.
• Individual subscriber and group profile update.
• Supplementary Service profile update.
• De-registration.
• Group attachment/detachment.
• Linked group attachment/detachment.
• Individual subscriber and group database recovery.
• Authentication, one-directionally or mutually between the individual subscriber and the home SwMI.
• Over-The-Air-Re-keying (OTAR) for Static Cipher Key (SCK) generation and SCK delivery. For the following service are only included in the stage 1 descriptions:
• Group Linking/unlinking.
• GTSI attachment/detachment to a linking participating group from another SwMI.

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The present document defines addressing for Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice plus Data
(V+D). It also gives background information of the air interface, the interworking between TETRA systems and to other
systems via gateways, the terminal equipment interface on the Mobile Station (MS), the security aspects in TETRA
networks, the management services offered to the operator, the performance objectives, and the supplementary services
that come in addition to the basic and tele-services used as a basis for TETRA standardization.
The present document defines and specifies the TETRA addressing and identities and their organization in groups
corresponding to the different functions.
It establishes the background of the TETRA general network design for standardization purposes:
• it gives information about the circuit mode and packet mode reference points for the MS and switching and
management infrastructure;
• it gives information about a model of the air interface protocol stack, different functions of layers and
sublayers;
• it gives information about the functions provided by the circuit mode teleservices used for speech and basic
services used for data transfer;
• it gives information about the functions related to the management of the users' mobility across networks and
inside a network including roaming and migration;
• it gives information about the functions related to the transport of short data messages as a service specific to
TETRA;
• it gives information about the functions related to the support of packet data service in a way specific to
TETRA;
• it gives information about the supplementary services that mainly extend the capabilities of the circuit mode
basic and teleservices;
• it gives information about the various possibilities of individual circuit mode call scenarios and provides
guidance on priority concepts for packet data and circuit mode services and on the service quality.
NOTE: This part of the multi-part document may, by its nature as a general design statement, require updating
when later parts of the multi-part document are completed and maintained (in order to avoid any
non-alignment). If a discrepancy occurs between this part and any other part of the multi-part document,
then the other part will take precedence. The present document may be maintained mainly on those
clauses, which are referred from other parts or standards.

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The present document specifies speech transmission format implementation independent of SwMI type. The present document defines the format of user information that is transported between two SwMIs using the TETRA ISI. The present document covers how TETRA air interface circuit mode traffic is encoded for transport over various media.

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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). It specifies:
• the interworking of individual calls between TETRA networks;
• the supplementary services interaction with individual calls between TETRA networks.
The TETRA V+D interworking - basic operation part defines the interworking between TETRA networks over the corresponding interface: the Inter-System Interface (ISI). It comprises the following sub-parts:
• Transport layer independent General design [2];
• General Design, PSS1 over E.1 [3];
• General Design, SIP/IP [4];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC) (the present document);
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Group Call (ANF-ISIGC) [5];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Short Data service (ANF-ISISDS) [i.8];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM) [6];
• Generic Speech Format Implementation [i.7].
The present document is the ANF-ISIIC sub-part. Like all other Additional Network Feature (ANF) specifications, those of ANF-ISIIC are produced in three stages, according to the method described in Recommendation ITU-T I.130 [i.4]. The present document contains the stage 1 and 2 descriptions of ANF-ISIIC, and stage 3 description. The stage 1 description specifies the ANF as seen by its users, which are essentially the individual call control entities in both TETRA networks. The stage 2 description identifies the functional entities involved in the ANF and the information flows between them. And the stage 3 description of ANF-ISIIC specifies its protocol. NOTE 1: According to Recommendation ITU-T I.130 [i.4], the stage 3 description of a bearer or tele-service addresses the network implementation aspects. Consequently, it comprises two steps: the specifications of all protocols at the various reference points involved in any of the service procedures (notably the service operation) are the first step of the stage 3 description, and the specifications of the functions of the corresponding network entities are its second step. NOTE 2: The SDL diagrams have not been provided since they can be derived from the specification of the functional entity actions in the stage 2 description. The present document applies to TETRA networks which support inter-TETRA individual calls. More specifically, it applies to their Circuit Mode Control Entities (CMCE), as defined in clause 14.2 of ETSI EN 300 392-2 [1], and to their ANF-ISIIC entities defined in the stage 2 description. The relation between the ANF-ISIIC and the transport layer protocol is described in the General Design documents [2], [3] and [4].

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The TETRA V+D interworking - at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) part defines the interworking between TETRA networks over the corresponding interface: the Inter-System Interface (ISI). It comprises the following sub-parts:
• Transport layer independent General design [3];
• General Design, PSS1 over E.1 [i.2];
• General Design, SIP/IP [i.3];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC) [i.4];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Group Call (ANF-ISIGC) [2];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Short Data service (ANF-ISISDS) (the present document);
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM) [i.5];
• Generic Speech Format Implementation [i.6].
The present document specifies the Additional Network Function (ANF) - Inter-System Interface (ISI) Short Data service (ANF-ISISDS) which is part of the Interworking at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) of the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice and Data (V+D). This service comprises of:
• TETRA short message transmission over the ISI to individual and group addresses;
• TETRA pre-defined status message transmission over the ISI to individual and group addresses.
ANF-ISISDS enables short data and status messages to be transferred between a user registered in one TETRA network to another user registered in another TETRA network, operating at the ISI of both SwMIs. Like all other Additional Network Feature (ANF) specifications, those of ANF-ISISDS are produced in three stages, according to the method described in Recommendation ITU-T I.130 [4]. The present document contains the stage 1 and 2 descriptions of ANF-ISIIC, and stage 3 description. The stage 1 description specifies the ANF as seen by its users, which are essentially the CMCE SDS entities in both TETRA networks. The stage 2 description identifies the functional entities involved in the ANF and the information flows between them. The stage 3 description of ANF-ISISDS specifies its protocol.

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The present document specifies the functional and technical aspects of TETRA Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI) that is the interface between a Terminal Equipment type 2 (TE2) and a Mobile Termination type 2 (MT2) at reference point RT.

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The present document defines the general aspects of interworking at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) for Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). Those specify the general concepts which are the basis of the ISI operation between TETRA systems. It introduces the Additional Network Features (ANFs) used at the ISI, and specifies:
• the general protocol mechanism upon which the definition of each ANF is based; and
• the security related functions over the ISI.
The specification of the general transport layer independent protocol mechanism applies to any TETRA Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) which supports the ISI. The security requirements for the ISI only apply to SwMIs which support authentication or end-to-end encryption over the ISI. Besides the ISI general design, the present sub-part, interworking at the Inter-System Interface comprises the following other sub-parts:
• General design, PSS1 over E.1 [3];
• General design, SIP/IP [4];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC) [5];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature Group Call (ANF-ISIGC) [6];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature Short Data Service (ANF-ISISDS) [7];
• Transport layer independent Additional Network Feature, Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM) [8]; and
• Generic Speech Format Implementation [9].

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The present document is applicable to any TETRA terminal equipment (Mobile Station (MS)) and to any TETRA network (Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI)) which support at least one TETRA Supplementary Service (SS). In addition, its routeing requirements of supplementary service information are applicable to any TETRA
network with a Voice plus Data (V+D) Inter-System Interface (ISI) to another TETRA network which supports at least one TETRA SS.

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The present document defines the transport of the Inter-System Interface (ISI) using PSS1 as transport layer. It
specifies:
• the PSS1 signalling used for transport of ISI APDUs; and
• the general protocol mechanism, called ISI Mediation Function which coordinates the communication between
TETRA systems.
The ISI Mediation Function applies to any TETRA Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) which supports
the ISI.

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The present document defines the group call communication of interworking at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) for Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). The TETRA V+D interworking - basic operation part defines the interworking between TETRA networks over the corresponding interface: the Inter-System Interface (ISI). It comprises the following sub-parts:
• Transport Layer Independent Specification ISI general design [2];
• General Design, PSS1 over E.1 [i.7];
• General Design, SIP/IP [i.8];
• Transport Layer Independent Additional Network Feature - ISI Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC) [3];
• Transport Layer Independent Additional Network Feature Group Call (ANF-ISIGC) (the present document);
• Transport Layer Independent Additional Network Feature Short Data service (ANF-ISISD) [i.9];
• Transport Layer Independent Additional Network Feature Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM) [4];
• Generic Speech Format Implementation [i.10].
The present document is the ANF-ISIGC sub-part 3-13. In analogy with Recommendation ITU-T I.130 [i.3], the stage one, stage two and stage three of the three level structure is used to describe the TETRA Inter-System Interface services as provided by European Private or Public Trunked Radio System operators:
• Stage 1, is an overall service description, from the service subscriber's and user's standpoint;
• Stage 2, identifies the functional capabilities and information flows needed to support the services described in stage 1; and
NOTE: The information flows in stage 2 have been drawn as Message Sequence Charts (MSC).
• Stage 3, defines the signalling system protocols and functions needed to implement the services described in stage 1.
The present document details the Interworking Basic Operation of the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA). Specifically the present document details the stage 1 aspects (overall service description) of the ANF-ISIGC as seen from the TETRA Switching and Maintenance Infrastructure point of view at the Inter-System Interface (ISI). It details the stage 2 aspects (functional partitioning) of ANF-ISIGC which includes the identification of the functional entities and the flows between them, and finally it details the stage 3 signalling protocols for the ANF-ISIGC services, i.e. the protocols at the relevant reference points between the functional entities defined in stage 2. The ANF-ISIGC service specifies:
• TETRA Group Call Clear Speech over the ISI, acknowledged and unacknowledged;
• TETRA Group Call End-to-End Encrypted Speech over the ISI;
• TETRA Group Call Circuit Mode one slot data over the ISI;
• TETRA Group Call Circuit Mode one slot End-to-End Encrypted data over the ISI;
• TETRA Group Call Circuit Mode N × 2,4 kbit/s, N × 4,8 kbit/s or N × 7,2 kbit/s data, with N = 2, 3 or 4;
• TETRA Group Call Circuit Mode N × 2,4 kbit/s N × 4,8 kbit/s or N × 7,2 kbit/s End-to-End Encrypted data,
with N = 2, 3 or 4.

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The present document defines the transport of Inter System Interface (ISI) PDUs using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) as transport layer and the Session Description Protocol (SDP) as media control protocol. It specifies:
• SIP methods and header fields used for transport of ISI PDUs; and
• the SDP content; and
• use the ISI Mediation Function which coordinates the communication between TETRA systems.
The ISI Mediation Function specification applies to an IP based TETRA Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) which supports the ISI.

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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). It
specifies the air interface, the inter-working between TETRA systems and to other systems via gateways, the terminal
equipment interface on the mobile station, the connection of line stations to the infrastructure, the security aspects in
TETRA networks, the management services offered to the operator, the performance objectives, and the supplementary
services that come in addition to the basic and teleservices.
The present part describes the security mechanisms in TETRA V+D. It provides mechanisms for confidentiality of
control signalling and user speech and data at the air interface, authentication and key management mechanisms for the
air interface and for the Inter-System Interface (ISI).
Clause 4 describes the authentication and key management mechanisms for the TETRA air interface. The following two
authentication services have been specified for the air-interface in ETSI ETR 086-3 [i.3], based on a threat analysis:
• authentication of an MS by the TETRA infrastructure;
• authentication of the TETRA infrastructure by an MS.
Clause 5 describes the mechanisms and protocol for enable and disable of both the mobile station equipment and the
mobile station user's subscription.
Air interface encryption may be provided as an option in TETRA. Where employed, clause 6 describes the
confidentiality mechanisms using encryption on the air interface, for circuit mode speech, circuit mode data, packet data
and control information. Clause 6 describes both encryption mechanisms and mobility procedures. It also details the
protocol concerning control of encryption at the air interface.
The present document does not address the detail handling of protocol errors or any protocol mechanisms when TETRA
is operating in a degraded mode. These issues are implementation specific and therefore fall outside the scope of the
TETRA standardization effort.
The detail description of the Authentication Centre is outside the scope of the present document.

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The present document, together with ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], covers the assessment of Private land Mobile Radio
(PMR) and associated ancillary equipment, in respect of ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
The present document covers both analogue and digital Private land Mobile Radio (PMR) equipment.
Technical specifications related to the antenna port and emissions from the enclosure port of Private land Mobile Radio
(PMR) equipment are not included in the present document. Such technical specifications are found in the relevant
product standards for the effective use of the radio spectrum.
The present document specifies the applicable test conditions, performance assessment and performance criteria for
Private land Mobile Radio (PMR) equipment and associated ancillary equipment.
Examples of Private Mobile Radio equipment are given in annex B.
In case of differences (for instance concerning special conditions, definitions, abbreviations) between the present
document and ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], the provisions of the present document take precedence.
The environmental classification and the emission and immunity requirements used in the present document are as
stated in ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], except for any special conditions included in the present document.

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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). It
specifies:
• general design aspects (e.g. reference points, numbering and addressing, or protocol architecture);
• the interworking between TETRA networks;
• the interworking of TETRA networks with other networks, via gateways;
• the supplementary services applicable to the basic TETRA tele- or bearer services.
The TETRA V+D interworking - basic operation part defines the interworking between TETRA networks over the
corresponding interface: the Inter-System Interface (ISI). It comprises the following sub-parts:
• ISI general design;
• Additional Network Feature - ISI Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC);
• Additional Network Feature - ISI Group Call (ANF-ISIGC);
• Additional Network Feature - ISI Short Data Service (ANF-ISISD);
• Additional Network Feature - ISI Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM);
• Speech Format Implementation for Circuit Mode Transmission;
• Speech Format Implementation for Packet Mode Transmission.
The present document is the ANF-ISIGC sub-part.
In analogy with Recommendation ITU-T I.130 [i.6], the stage one, stage two and stage three of the three level structure
is used to describe the TETRA Inter-System Interface services as provided by European Private or Public Trunked
Radio System operators:
• Stage 1, is an overall service description, from the service subscriber's and user's standpoint;
• Stage 2, identifies the functional capabilities and information flows needed to support the services described in
stage 1; and
NOTE: The information flows in stage 2 have been drawn as Message Sequence Charts (MSC). Therefore PISN
basic call information flows are also shown together with the ANF-ISIGC information flows.
• Stage 3, defines the signalling system protocols and switching functions needed to implement the services
described in stage 1.
The present document details the Interworking Basic Operation of the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA).
Specifically this sub-part details the stage 1 aspects (overall service description) of the ANF-ISIGC as seen from the
TETRA Switching and Maintenance Infrastructure point of view at the Inter-System Interface (ISI). It details the
stage 2 aspects (functional partitioning) of ANF-ISIGC which includes the identification of the functional entities and
the flows between them, and finally it details the stage 3 signalling protocols for the ANF-ISIGC services, i.e. the
protocols at the relevant reference points between the functional entities defined in stage 2.
The ANF-ISIGC service specifies:
• TETRA Group Call Clear Speech over the ISI, acknowledged and unacknowledged;
• TETRA Group Call End-to-End Encrypted Speech over the ISI;
• TETRA Group Call Circuit Mode one slot data over the ISI;
• TETRA Group Call Circuit Mode one slot End-to-End Encrypted data over the ISI;
• TETRA Group Call Circuit Mode N × 2,4 kbit/s, N × 4,8 kbit/s or N × 7,2 kbit/s data, with N = 2, 3 or 4;
• TETRA Group Call Circuit Mode N × 2,4 kbit/s N × 4,8 kbit/s or N × 7,2 kbit/s End-to-End Encrypted data,
with N = 2, 3 or 4.

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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). It
specifies the air interface, the inter-working between TETRA systems and to other systems via gateways, the terminal
equipment interface on the mobile station, the connection of line stations to the infrastructure, the security aspects in
TETRA networks, the management services offered to the operator, the performance objectives, and the supplementary
services that come in addition to the basic and teleservices.
The present part describes the security mechanisms in TETRA V+D. It provides mechanisms for confidentiality of
control signalling and user speech and data at the air interface, authentication and key management mechanisms for the
air interface and for the Inter-System Interface (ISI).
Clause 4 describes the authentication and key management mechanisms for the TETRA air interface. The following two
authentication services have been specified for the air-interface in ETSI ETR 086-3 [i.3], based on a threat analysis:
• authentication of an MS by the TETRA infrastructure;
• authentication of the TETRA infrastructure by an MS.
Clause 5 describes the mechanisms and protocol for enable and disable of both the mobile station equipment and the
mobile station user's subscription.
Air interface encryption may be provided as an option in TETRA. Where employed, clause 6 describes the
confidentiality mechanisms using encryption on the air interface, for circuit mode speech, circuit mode data, packet data
and control information. Clause 6 describes both encryption mechanisms and mobility procedures. It also details the
protocol concerning control of encryption at the air interface.
The present document does not address the detail handling of protocol errors or any protocol mechanisms when TETRA
is operating in a degraded mode. These issues are implementation specific and therefore fall outside the scope of the
TETRA standardization effort.
The detail description of the Authentication Centre is outside the scope of the present document.

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The present document, together with ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], covers the assessment of Private land Mobile Radio
(PMR) and associated ancillary equipment, in respect of ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
The present document covers both analogue and digital Private land Mobile Radio (PMR) equipment.
Technical specifications related to the antenna port and emissions from the enclosure port of Private land Mobile Radio
(PMR) equipment are not included in the present document. Such technical specifications are found in the relevant
product standards for the effective use of the radio spectrum.
The present document specifies the applicable test conditions, performance assessment and performance criteria for
Private land Mobile Radio (PMR) equipment and associated ancillary equipment.
Examples of Private Mobile Radio equipment are given in annex B.
In case of differences (for instance concerning special conditions, definitions, abbreviations) between the present
document and ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], the provisions of the present document take precedence.
The environmental classification and the emission and immunity requirements used in the present document are as
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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) Direct Mode of operation. It specifies the
basic Air Interface (AI), the interworking between Direct Mode Groups via Repeaters and interworking with the
TETRA Trunked system via Gateways. It also specifies the security aspects in TETRA Direct Mode and the intrinsic
services that are supported in addition to the basic bearer and teleservices.
The present document describes the security mechanisms in TETRA Direct Mode. It provides mechanisms for
confidentiality of control signalling and user speech and data at the AI. It also provided some implicit authentication as
a member of a group by knowledge of a shared secret encryption key.
The use of AI encryption gives both confidentiality protection against eavesdropping, and some implicit authentication.

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The present document specifies the functional and technical aspects of TETRA Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI)
that is the interface between a Terminal Equipment type 2 (TE2) and a Mobile Termination type 2 (MT2) at reference
point RT.

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The present document defines the Air Interface (AI) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D) conventional access (CA) and direct access (DA) and contains the specifications of the physical layer, the data link layer and the network layer according to the ISO model.
First, it establishes the TETRA radio aspects (layer 1):
• it defines and specifies the modulation;
• it defines and specifies the radio transmission and reception;
• it defines and specifies the synchronization;
• it defines and specifies the channel coding;
• it defines and specifies the channel multiplexing;
• it defines and specifies the control over the radio link.
Secondly, it establishes the services, messages and protocols used for voice and circuit mode data transfer, starting with the upper layers:
• it defines and specifies the services provided by the CC sub-entity;
• it defines and specifies the services provided by the SS sub-entity;
• it defines and specifies the services provided by the SDS sub-entity;
• it defines and specifies the protocol used by the Circuit Mode Control Entity (CMCE) to communicate across the air interface in order to offer the services of the Call Control (CC), Supplementary Service (SS) and Short Data Service (SDS) sub-entities;
• it defines and specifies the services and protocol used for the management of the users' mobility inside and across TETRA networks, namely the ones of the Mobility Management (MM) entity and the MLE;
• it defines and specifies the services and protocol used in the data link layer subdivided in two sub-entities, the Logical Link Control (LLC) and the Medium Access Control (MAC) entities.
Thirdly, it establishes the services, messages and protocols used for packet data transfer:
• it defines and specifies the services provided by the Sub-Network Specific Data Control Protocol (SNDCP) sub-entity;
• it defines and specifies the protocol used by Sub-Network Specific Data Control Protocol (SNDCP).

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The present document specifies the stage 3 description of the Supplementary Services CFU Call Forwarding
Unconditional, CFB Call Forwarding on Busy, CFNRy Call Forwarding on No Reply and CFNRc Call Forwarding on
Not Reachable for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA).
SS-CFU, SS-CFB, SS-CFNRy and SS-CFNRc are supplementary services which allow a served user to have a TETRA
network send all or specific incoming calls addressed to the served user's TETRA number to another number.
Man-Machine Interface and charging principles are outside the scope of the present document.
The present document is applicable to Voice plus Data individual call or group call; some parts of the present document
are applicable to SDS (Short Data Service); more specifically to the following entities:
- the MS of either the calling user or the called user during an individual call or a group call;
- the originating Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) in an individual call or a group call;
- the group controlling SwMI for a group call;
- the terminating SwMI in an individual call;
- the interworking SwMI for an individual call.
The present document is based on the latest version of ECMA-174 [i.1]. Contrary to ECMA-174 [i.1], the present
document does not define Call Deflection supplementary service and the present document distinguishes between the
case of No Reply and the case of Not Reachable. Moreover, the present document defines the protocol in cases of group
calls and of mobility not covered by ECMA-174 [i.1].
The present document also specifies additional signalling protocol requirements for the support of interactions at the ISI
reference point, other supplementary services and ANFs. The present document is applicable to SwMIs that can
interconnect to form a TETRA network.

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The present document defines the mobility management of interworking at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) for
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D).
The TETRA V+D Inter-working - basic operation part defines the Inter-System Interface (ISI) between the SwMIs as
specified in the following sub-parts:
• Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface General Description (ANF-ISIGD).
• Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC).
• Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface Group Call (ANF-ISIGC).
• Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface Short Data Service (ANF-ISISDS).
• Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM).
NOTE: These ENs are produced in analogy with the Recommendation ITU-T I.130 [8].
The present document contains the ANF-ISIMM part. The ANF-ISIMM part defines additional Mobility Management
(MM) services to the SwMIs. If supported, the ANF-ISIMM services complement the intra-SwMI-MM, authentication
and key management services. In support of these, the ANF-ISIMM enables the invocation and operation of these
services between the SwMIs over the ISI. Thus, ANF-ISIMM offers the following services:
• Migration and restricted migration.
• Individual subscriber and group profile update.
• Profile update.
• De-registration.
• Group attachment/detachment.
• Individual subscriber and group database fault recovery.
• Authentication, one-directionally or mutually between the individual subscriber and the home SwMI.
• Over-The-Air-Re-keying (OTAR) for Static Cipher Key (SCK) generation and SCK delivery.
For the following service only the stage 1 descriptions are included:
• Linking/unlinking of groups.

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The present document defines the general aspects of interworking at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) for Terrestrial
Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). Those specify the general concepts which are the
basis of the ISI operation between TETRA systems. It introduces the Additional Network Features (ANFs) used at
the ISI, and specifies:
- the general protocol mechanism, called ISI Generic Functional Protocol (ISI GFP), upon which the definition
of each ANF is based; and
- the security requirements for the ISI.
The ISI GFP specification applies to any TETRA Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) which supports the
ISI. The security requirements for the ISI only apply to SwMIs which support authentication or encryption over the ISI.
Besides the ISI general design, the present document, interworking at the Inter-System Interface comprises the
following other sub-parts:
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Group Call (ANF-ISIGC);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Short Data service (ANF-ISISDS); and
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM).

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The present document defines the stage 3 specifications of the Supplementary Service Dynamic Group Number
Assignment (SS-DGNA) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA).
The SS-DGNA enables a user to dynamically define group identities and group related parameters to the TETRA
system and to the subscribers in the system. These definitions are used to enable group call invocations to dynamically
defined groups. The SS-DGNA specification defines the creation, modification, deletion and interrogation of group
definitions in the Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI), in the Mobile Station (MS).
The present document does not include the specification for access priority used for random access in uplink and call
priority used by SwMI for resource allocation in a group call. Access priority and call priority can be specified and
applied for groups using Supplementary Services Access Priority (SS-AP), Priority Call (SS-PC) and Pre-emptive
Priority Call (SS-PPC). Thus, the definition procedure of these priorities is outside the scope of the present document.
Man-Machine Interface (MMI) and charging principles are also outside the scope of the present document.
Supplementary service stage 3 specification is preceded by the stage 1 and the stage 2 specifications of the service.
Stage 1 describes the functional capabilities from the user's point of view. Stage 2 defines the functional behaviour in
terms of functional entities and information flows. Stage 3 gives the precise description of the supplementary service
from the implementation point of view. It defines the protocols for the service and the encoding rules for the
information flows. It defines the processes for the functional entities and their behaviour. The described protocols and
their behaviour apply for the SwMI and for the MS and can be applied over the Inter-System Interface (ISI) between
TETRA systems.

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The present document specifies the minimum technical characteristics of TETRA Voice plus Data (V+D) Base Stations
(BS) and Mobile Station (MS) equipment, and TETRA Direct Mode Operation (DMO) equipment, and the radio test
methods used for type testing. Specific test methods for DMO equipment are defined in annex F of the present
document. The purpose of these specifications is to provide a sufficient quality of radio transmission and reception for
equipment operating in a TETRA system and to minimize harmful interference to other equipment. The present
document is applicable to TETRA systems operating at radio frequencies in the range of 300 MHz to 1 GHz.
These specifications do not necessarily include all the characteristics which may be required by a user of equipment, nor
do they necessarily represent the optimum performance achievable.

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The present document specifies the minimum technical characteristics of TETRA Voice plus Data (V+D) Base Stations (BS) and Mobile Station (MS) equipment, and TETRA Direct Mode Operation (DMO) equipment, and the radio test methods used for type testing. Specific test methods for DMO equipment are defined in annex F of the present document. The purpose of these specifications is to provide a sufficient quality of radio transmission and reception for equipment operating in a TETRA system and to minimize harmful interference to other equipment. The present document is applicable to TETRA systems operating at radio frequencies in the range of 300 MHz to 1 GHz. These specifications do not necessarily include all the characteristics which may be required by a user of equipment, nor do they necessarily represent the optimum performance achievable.

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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) Direct Mode of operation. It specifies the basic Air Interface (AI), the interworking between Direct Mode Groups via Repeaters and interworking with the TETRA Trunked system via Gateways. It also specifies the security aspects in TETRA Direct Mode and the intrinsic services that are supported in addition to the basic bearer and teleservices. The present document describes the security mechanisms in TETRA Direct Mode. It provides mechanisms for confidentiality of control signalling and user speech and data at the AI. It also provided some implicit authentication as a member of a group by knowledge of a shared secret encryption key. The use of AI encryption gives both confidentiality protection against eavesdropping, and some implicit authentication.

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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). It specifies the air interface, the inter-working between TETRA systems and to other systems via gateways, the terminal equipment interface on the mobile station, the connection of line stations to the infrastructure, the security aspects in TETRA networks, the management services offered to the operator, the performance objectives, and the supplementary
services that come in addition to the basic and teleservices. The present part describes the security mechanisms in TETRA V+D. It provides mechanisms for confidentiality of control signalling and user speech and data at the air interface, authentication and key management mechanisms for the
air interface and for the Inter-System Interface (ISI). Clause 4 describes the authentication and key management mechanisms for the TETRA air interface. The following two authentication services have been specified for the air-interface in ETR 086-3 [i.3], based on a threat analysis:
authentication of an MS by the TETRA infrastructure;
authentication of the TETRA infrastructure by an MS.
Clause 5 describes the mechanisms and protocol for enable and disable of both the mobile station equipment and the mobile station user's subscription. Air interface encryption may be provided as an option in TETRA. Where employed, clause 6 describes the confidentiality mechanisms using encryption on the air interface, for circuit mode speech, circuit mode data, packet data and control information. Clause 6 describes both encryption mechanisms and mobility procedures. It also details the protocol concerning control of encryption at the air interface. The present document does not address the detail handling of protocol errors or any protocol mechanisms when TETRA is operating in a degraded mode. These issues are implementation specific and therefore fall outside the scope of the TETRA standardization effort. The detail description of the Authentication Centre is outside the scope of the present documen

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The present document defines principles and requirements generally applicable to the stage 2 and 3 descriptions of supplementary services for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA). The present document is applicable to any TETRA terminal equipment (Mobile Station (MS)) and to any TETRA network (Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI)) which support at least one TETRA Supplementary Service (SS). In addition, its routeing requirements of supplementary service information are applicable to any TETRA network with a Voice plus Data (V+D) Inter-System Interface (ISI) to another TETRA network which supports at least one TETRA SS.

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The present document defines the stage 3 specification of the Supplementary Service Ambience Listening (SS-AL) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA). Stage 3 defines the signalling system protocols and switching functions needed to implement the service described in stage 1 and stage 2.
Charging principles and Man-Machine Interface (MMI) are outside the scope of the present document.
The SS-AL enables the served user to place a TETRA Mobile Station (MS) into a special type of voice call whereby the called MS transmits without any action from, or indication to, the affected user. The SS-AL call can include a second listening party. The affected user can ask other user to set an SS-AL call on him.

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This European Telecommunication Standard (EN) specifies the stage 3 description of the Supplementary Service Discreet Listening (SS-DL) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA). The DL supplementary service enables an authorized user to listen to one or more communications between TETRA subscribers Mobile Station (MS) without any indication to any user that the communication is being monitored. As options, the authorized user is able to intrude into the existing call and is able to forcefully clear the monitored call without call owner consent (in the case of a group call). Man-Machine Interface (MMI) and charging principles are outside the scope of the present document.
The supplementary service stage 3 description is preceded by the stage 1 and the stage 2 description of the service, according to the method described in ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [i.2]. The stage 1 description specifies the service from the user's point of view. The stage 2 description identifies the functional capabilities of SS-DL and the information flows needed to support the supplementary service as specified in its stage 1 description. And the present stage 3 description specifies the protocols at the air interface and at the various Inter-System Interfaces (ISI) to support SS-DL.
NOTE: According to ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [i.2], the stage 3 description of any telecommunication service addresses the network implementation aspects. Consequently it comprises two steps: the specifications of all protocols at the various reference points involved in any of the service procedures (notably the service operation) are the first step of the stage 3 description, and the specifications of the functions of the corresponding network entities are its second step.
The latter have not been provided since they can be derived from the specification of the functional entity actions in the stage 2 description.
The present document is applicable to Voice plus Data individual call or group call; more specifically to the following entities:
• the MS of the monitoring user during an individual call or a group call;
• the monitoring user Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) in an individual call or a group call;
• the group controlling SwMI and the participating SwMI for a group call;
• the monitored user present SwMI for an individual call;
• and, optionally, the home SwMI of the monitoring/authorized MS, for managing the supplementary service DL.

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The present document defines the stage 3 specifications of the Supplementary Service Late Entry (SS-LE) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA).
SS-LE allows radio users to be informed of and, if they are concerned, to join an already existing point-to-multipoint speech or data call.
Man-Machine Interface (MMI) and charging principles are outside the scope of the present document.
Supplementary Service stage 3 specification is preceded by the stage 1 and the stage 2 specifications of the service.
Stage 1 describes the functional capabilities from the user's point of view. Stage 2 defines the functional behaviour in terms of functional entities and information flows. Stage 3 gives a precise description of the Supplementary Service from the implementation point of view. It defines the protocols for the service and the encoding rules for the information flows. It defines the processes for the functional entities and their behaviour. The described protocols and behaviour apply for the Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) and for the Mobile Station (MS) and can be applied over the Inter-System Interface (ISI) between TETRA systems.

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The present document defines the stage 3 specification of the Supplementary Service Ambience Listening (SS-AL) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA). Stage 3 defines the signalling system protocols and switching functions needed to implement the service described in stage 1 and stage 2.
Charging principles and Man-Machine Interface (MMI) are outside the scope of the present document.
The SS-AL enables the served user to place a TETRA Mobile Station (MS) into a special type of voice call whereby the called MS transmits without any action from, or indication to, the affected user. The SS-AL call can include a second listening party. The affected user can ask other user to set an SS-AL call on him.

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The present document defines the stage 3 description of the Supplementary Service Area Selection (SS-AS) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA). SS-AS enables the calling user to establish a call in restricting the area where the participating users in a group call or the connected user in an individual call may be located. Man Machine interface and Charging clauses are outside the scope of the present document. Supplementary service specifications are produced in three stages according to the method described in ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [i.1]. The stage 1 description specifies the service from the user's point of view (see EN 300 392-10-8 [i.3]). The stage 2 description identifies the functional capabilities and the information flows needed to support the service as specified in its stage 1 description (see EN 300 392-11-8 [i.4]). The present stage 3 description specifies the protocols at the air interface and at the various Inter-System Interfaces (ISI) to support SS-AS. NOTE: According to ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [i.1], the stage 3 description of any telecommunication service addresses the network implementation aspects. Consequently it comprises two steps: the specifications of all protocols at the various reference points involved in any of the service procedures (notably the service operation) are the first step of the stage 3 description, and the specifications of the functions of the corresponding network entities are its second step. The latter have not been provided since they can be derived from the specification of the functional entity actions in the stage 2 description. The present document is applicable to Voice plus Data individual calls or group calls; more specifically to the following entities:
- the MS/LS of the calling user in an individual call or a group call;
- the originating Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) in an individual call or a group call;
- the group home SwMI and the participating SwMIs for a group call;
- the terminating SwMI for an individual call; and
- optionally, the home SwMI of the group or of the MS/LSs involved, for managing the supplementary service.

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To update 396-6 to describe an ENDIS capability and to describe an address confidentiality mechanism for the presence signal of gateways and repeaters incorporating the effects of multiple network use on DMO key management.
The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) Direct Mode of operation. It specifies the basic Air Interface (AI), the interworking between Direct Mode Groups via Repeaters and interworking with the TETRA Trunked system via Gateways. It also specifies the security aspects in TETRA Direct Mode and the intrinsic services that are supported in addition to the basic bearer and teleservices. The present document describes the security mechanisms in TETRA Direct Mode. It provides mechanisms for confidentiality of control signalling and user speech and data at the AI. It also provided some implicit authentication as a member of a group by knowledge of a shared secret encryption key. The use of AI encryption gives both confidentiality protection against eavesdropping, and some implicit authentication.

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Updating of  EN 300 392-5 to V2.1.1 for TETRA Release 2 PEI and addition of agreed changed requests.
The present document specifies the functional and technical aspects of TETRA Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI) that is the interface between a Terminal Equipment type 2 (TE2) and a Mobile Termination type 2 (MT2) at reference point RT.

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To update 392-7for ISI key management.
The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). It specifies the air interface, the inter-working between TETRA systems and to other systems via gateways, the terminal equipment interface on the mobile station, the connection of line stations to the infrastructure, the security aspects in TETRA networks, the management services offered to the operator, the performance objectives, and the supplementary services that come in addition to the basic and teleservices. The present part describes the security mechanisms in TETRA V+D. It provides mechanisms for confidentiality of control signalling and user speech and data at the air interface, authentication and key management mechanisms for the air interface and for the Inter-System Interface (ISI). Clause 4 describes the authentication and key management mechanisms for the TETRA air interface. The following two authentication services have been specified for the air-interface in ETR 086-3 [i.3], based on a threat analysis:
- authentication of an MS by the TETRA infrastructure;
- authentication of the TETRA infrastructure by an MS.
Clause 5 describes the mechanisms and protocol for enable and disable of both the mobile station equipment and the mobile station user's subscription. Air interface encryption may be provided as an option in TETRA. Where employed, clause 6 describes the confidentiality mechanisms using encryption on the air interface, for circuit mode speech, circuit mode data, packet data and control information. Clause 6 describes both encryption mechanisms and mobility procedures. It also details the protocol concerning control of encryption at the air interface. The present document does not address the detail handling of protocol errors or any protocol mechanisms when TETRA is operating in a degraded mode. These issues are implementation specific and therefore fall outside the scope of the TETRA standardization effort. The detail description of the Authentication Centre is outside the scope of the present document.

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Update the document based on TR 102 021-4, mainly 4.5.2.1 Co-existence of terminals (MSs) and/or base stations (BSs) and addition of approved Change Requests due to maintenance of the Air Interface.
The present document defines the Air Interface (AI) for the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D) and contains the specifications of the physical layer, the data link layer and the network layer according to the ISO model. First, it establishes the TETRA radio aspects (layer 1):
- it defines and specifies the modulation;
- it defines and specifies the radio transmission and reception;
- it defines and specifies the synchronization;
- it defines and specifies the channel coding;
- it defines and specifies the channel multiplexing;
- it defines and specifies the control over the radio link.
Secondly, it establishes the services, messages and protocols used for voice and circuit mode data transfer, starting with the upper layers:
- it defines and specifies the services provided by the CC sub-entity;
- it defines and specifies the services provided by the SS sub-entity;
- it defines and specifies the services provided by the SDS sub-entity;
- it defines and specifies the protocol used by the Circuit Mode Control Entity (CMCE) to communicate across the air interface in order to offer the services of the Call Control (CC), Supplementary Service (SS) and Short Data Service (SDS) sub-entities;
- it defines and specifies the services and protocol used for the management of the users' mobility inside and across TETRA networks, namely the ones of the Mobility Management (MM) entity and the MLE;
- it defines and specifies the services and protocol used in the data link layer subdivided in two sub-entities, the Logical Link Control (LLC) and the Medium Access Control (MAC) entities.
Thirdly, it establishes the services, messages and protocols used for packet data transfer:
- it defines and specifies the services provided by the Sub-Network Specific Data Control Protocol (SNDCP) sub-entity;
- it defines and specifies the protocol used by Sub-Network Specific Data Control Protocol (SNDCP).

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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). It specifies:
- general design aspects (e.g. reference points, numbering and addressing, or protocol architecture);
- the system bearer and mobility management services, and the corresponding air interface protocols;
- the interworking between TETRA networks;
- the interworking of TETRA networks with other networks, via gateways;
- the peripheral equipment interface on the mobile station;
- the Line Station (LS) interface with TETRA networks;
- the security protocols and mechanisms applicable to TETRA networks and to TETRA terminal equipment;
- the supplementary services applicable to the basic TETRA tele- or bearer services.
The TETRA V+D interworking - basic operation part defines the interworking between TETRA networks over the corresponding interface: the Inter-System Interface (ISI). It comprises the following subparts:
- ISI general design;
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Group Call (ANF-ISIGC);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Short Data service (ANF-ISISDS);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM);
- 8 kbit/s encoding of user information at the ISI.
The present document is the ANF-ISIIC sub-part.
ANF-ISIIC enables calls to be set-up by a user registered in one TETRA network to another user registered in another TETRA network, operating at the ISI of both SwMIs. It also supports call restoration when a user has migrated to another TETRA network during an established call. Additionally, ANF-ISIIC allows TETRA signalling information to be passed from a TETRA SwMI to another TETRA SwMI supporting the TETRA individual call procedures as defined in clauses 11 and 14 of EN 300 392-2 [1]. Like all other Additional Network Feature (ANF) specifications, those of ANF-ISIIC are produced in three stages, according to the method described in ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [i.5]. The present document contains the stage 1 and 2 descriptions of ANF-ISIIC, and its partial stage 3 description. The stage 1 description specifies the ANF as seen by its users, which are essentially the individual call control entities in both TETRA networks. The stage 2 description identifies the functional entities involved in the ANF and the information flows between them. And the partial stage 3 description of ANF-ISIIC specifies its protocol. NOTE: According to ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [i.5], the stage 3 description of a bearer or tele-service addresses the network implementation aspects. Consequently, it comprises two steps: the specifications of all protocols at the various reference points involved in any of the service procedures (notably the service operation) are the first step of the stage 3 description, and the specifications of the functions of the corresponding network entities are its second step. The latter have not been provided since they can be derived from the specification of the functional entity
actions in the stage 2 description. The present document applies to TETRA networks which support inter-TETRA individual calls. More specifically, it applies to their Circuit Mode Control Entities (CMCE), as defined in clause 14.2 of EN 300 392-2 [1], and to their ANF-ISIIC entities defined in the stage 2 description.

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The present document defines the general aspects of interworking at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) for Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). Those specify the general concepts which are the basis of the ISI operation between TETRA systems. It introduces the Additional Network Features (ANFs) used at the ISI, and specifies:
- the general protocol mechanism, called ISI Generic Functional Protocol (ISI GFP), upon which the definition of each ANF is based; and
- the security requirements for the ISI.
The ISI GFP specification applies to any TETRA Switching and Management Infrastructure (SwMI) which supports the ISI. The security requirements for the ISI only apply to SwMIs which support authentication or encryption over the ISI. Besides the ISI general design, the present sub-part, interworking at the Inter-System Interface comprises the following other sub-parts:
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Group Call (ANF-ISIGC);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Short Data service (ANF-ISISDS); and
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM).

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The present document defines the mobility management of interworking at the Inter-System Interface (ISI) for Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) system supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). The TETRA V+D Inter-working - basic operation part defines the Inter-System Interface (ISI) between the SwMIs as specified in the following sub-parts:
- Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface General Description (ANF-ISIGD).
- Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC).
- Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface Group Call (ANF-ISIGC).
- Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface Short Data Service (ANF-ISISDS).
- Additional Network Feature - Inter-System Interface Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM).
NOTE: These ENs are produced in analogy with the ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [8].
The present document contains the ANF-ISIMM part. The ANF-ISIMM part defines additional Mobility Management (MM) services to the SwMIs. If supported, the ANF-ISIMM services complement the intra-SwMI-MM, authentication and key management services. In support of these, the ANF-ISIMM enables the invocation and operation of these services between the SwMIs over the ISI. Thus, ANF-ISIMM offers the following services:
- Migration and restricted migration.
- Individual subscriber and group profile update.
- Profile update.
- De-registration.
- Group attachment/detachment.
- Individual subscriber and group database fault recovery.
- Authentication, one-directionally or mutually between the individual subscriber and the home SwMI.
- Over-The-Air-Re-keying (OTAR) for Static Cipher Key (SCK) generation and SCK delivery. For the following service only the stage 1 descriptions are included:
- Linking/unlinking of groups.

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The present document defines the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice plus Data (V+D). It specifies:
- general design aspects (e.g. reference points, numbering and addressing, or protocol architecture);
- the system bearer and mobility management services, and the corresponding air interface protocols;
- the interworking between TETRA networks;
- the interworking of TETRA networks with other networks, via gateways;
- the peripheral equipment interface on the mobile station;
- the security protocols and mechanisms applicable to TETRA networks and to TETRA terminal equipment;
- the supplementary services applicable to the basic TETRA tele- or bearer services.
The TETRA V+D interworking - basic operation part defines the interworking between TETRA networks over the corresponding interface: the Inter-System Interface (ISI). It comprises the following subparts:
- ISI general design;
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Individual Call (ANF-ISIIC);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Group Call (ANF-ISIGC);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Short Data service (ANF-ISISDS);
- Additional Network Feature - ISI Mobility Management (ANF-ISIMM);
- 8 kbit/s encoding of user information at the ISI.
The present document specifies the Additional Network Function (ANF) - Inter-System Interface (ISI) Short Data service (ANF-ISISDS) which is part of the Interworking Basic Operation of the Terrestrial Trunked Radio system (TETRA) supporting Voice and Data (V+D). Specifically the present document details the stage 1, 2 and 3 aspects of the ANF-ISISDS as seen from the TETRA Switching and Maintenance Infrastructure (SwMI) point of view at the Inter System Interface (ISI). This service comprises of:
- TETRA user defined short message transmission over the ISI to individual and group addresses;
- TETRA pre-defined short message transmission over the ISI to individual and group addresses.
ANF-ISISDS enables short data and status messages to be set-up and transferred between a user registered in one TETRA network to another user registered in another TETRA network, operating at the ISI of both SwMIs. Like all other Additional Network Feature (ANF) specifications, those of ANF-ISISDS are produced in three stages, according to the method described in ITU-T Recommendation I.130 [4]. The present document contains the stage 1 and 2 descriptions of ANF-ISIIC, and its partial stage 3 description. The stage 1 description specifies the ANF as seen by its users, which are essentially the individual call control entities in both TETRA networks. The stage 2 description identifies the functional entities involved in the ANF and the information flows between them. The partial stage 3 description of ANF-ISISDS specifies its protocol.

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