Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 6: Identities and addressing

DE/RES-03002-6

Radijska oprema in sistemi (RES) – Digitalne evropske brezvrvične telekomunikacije (DECT) – Skupni vmesnik – 6. del: Identitete in naslavljanje

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EUROPEAN ETS 300 175-6
TELECOMMUNICATION October 1992
STANDARD
Source: ETSI TC-RES Reference: DE/RES-3001-6
ICS: 33.060
DECT
Key words:
Radio Equipment and Systems (RES);
Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)
Common interface
Part 6: Identities and addressing
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New presentation - see History box
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Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation and publication of this document, errors in content,

typographical or otherwise, may occur. If you have comments concerning its accuracy, please write to

"ETSI Editing and Committee Support Dept." at the address shown on the title page.

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Contents

Foreword...........................................................................................................................................5

1 Scope ......................................................................................................................................7

2 Normative references ................................................................................................................8

3 Definitions and abbreviations......................................................................................................9

3.1 Definitions...................................................................................................................9

3.2 Abbreviations............................................................................................................13

4 General description of FP and PP identities...............................................................................15

4.1 Combinations of ARIs, PARKs and IPUIs....................................................................16

5 Fixed part identities .................................................................................................................17

5.1 Access rights identity class A.....................................................................................19

5.2 Access rights identity class B.....................................................................................20

5.3 Access rights identity class C.....................................................................................21

5.4 Access rights identity class D.....................................................................................21

5.5 SARI list structure.....................................................................................................22

5.5.1 ARI list length......................................................................................... 22

5.5.2 TARIs.................................................................................................... 23

5.5.3 Black..................................................................................................... 23

5.5.4 ARI ....................................................................................................... 23

5.5.5 Black-ARI .............................................................................................. 23

5.5.6 TARI messages .....................................................................................24

5.5.6.1 Request message from the PP ........................................24
5.5.6.2 Response message from the FP......................................24

6 Portable part identities.............................................................................................................25

6.1 PARK.......................................................................................................................26

6.1.1 PARK A................................................................................................. 26

6.1.2 PARK B................................................................................................. 26

6.1.3 PARK C................................................................................................. 26

6.1.4 PARK D................................................................................................. 26

6.2 IPUI .........................................................................................................................27

6.2.1 Portable user identity type N (residential/default) ......................................27

6.2.2 Portable user identity type S (PSTN/ISDN)...............................................27

6.2.3 Portable user identity type O (private)......................................................27

6.2.4 Portable user identity type T (private extended)........................................ 28

6.2.5 Portable user identity type P (public/public access service)........................28

6.2.6 Portable user identity type Q (public/general) ........................................... 28

6.2.7 Portable user identity type U (public/general)............................................29

6.2.8 Portable user identity type R (public/GSM)...............................................29

6.3 Individual and Group TPUIs........................................................................................29

6.3.1 General ................................................................................................. 29

6.3.2 Individual TPUI.......................................................................................30

6.3.3 Group TPUIs.......................................................................................... 31

7 Coding of identities..................................................................................................................31

7.1 RFPI E-bit ................................................................................................................31

7.2 Access rights codes..................................................................................................32

7.3 Portable user identity types........................................................................................32

7.4 EMC, EIC and POC ..................................................................................................32

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8 Rules for the usage of FP and PP identities...............................................................................32

8.1 General principles .....................................................................................................32

8.2 PARI, SARI and TARI usage......................................................................................33

9 Connection related identities.....................................................................................................34

9.1 MAC identities (see ETS 300 175-3 [3], subclause 11.7)..............................................34

9.1.1 FMID.....................................................................................................34

9.1.2 PMID.....................................................................................................35

9.2 DLC identities (see ETS 300 175-4 [4]).......................................................................35

9.3 NWL identities (see ETS 300 175-5 [5])......................................................................35

10 Equipment related identities......................................................................................................35

11 Subscription and registration procedures...................................................................................36

Annex A (informative): Examples of usage of FP and PP identities ..................................................37

A.1 Residential ID usage................................................................................................................37

A.2 Public ID usage .......................................................................................................................37

A.2.1 Primary ....................................................................................................................37

A.2.2 Secondary................................................................................................................37

A.2.3 Tertiary ....................................................................................................................38

A.3 Private ID usage......................................................................................................................38

A.3.1 Primary ....................................................................................................................38

A.3.2 Secondary................................................................................................................38

A.4 Mixed private and public ID usage.............................................................................................39

A.4.1 Public in private environments.....................................................................................39

A.4.2 Private in public environments.....................................................................................39

Annex B (normative): Identities and addressing timers ..................................................................40

History .............................................................................................................................................41

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Foreword

This European Telecommunication Standard (ETS) has been produced by the Radio Equipment and

Systems (RES) Technical Committee of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), and

was adopted, having passed through the ETSI standards approval procedure (Public Enquiry 23: 1991-09-

02 to 1991-12-27, Vote 22: 1992-05-25 to 1992-07-17).
Annex A to this ETS is informative.

Further details of the DECT system may be found in the ETSI Technical Reports, ETR 015 [16], ETR 043

[15] and also in draft ETSI Technical Report: "Digital European Cordless Telecommunications System

description document [17]".
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1 Scope

This part of the Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common Interface specifies the

identities and addressing structure. It is Part 6 of a series of 9.

There are four categories of identities to be used for identification and addressing in a general DECT

environment. These four categories are:
- Fixed Part (FP) identities;
- Portable Part (PP) identities;
- connection-related identities;
- equipment-related identities.
Fixed part identities and portable part identities are used for:
- access information from fixed parts to portable parts;
- access requests from portable parts;
- identification of portable parts;
- identification of fixed parts and radio fixed parts;
- paging;
- billing.
These identities support:
- different environments, such as residential, public or private;

- supply to manufacturers, installers, and operators of globally unique identity elements with a

minimum of central administration;
- multiple access rights for the same portable;

- large freedom for manufacturers, installers, and operators to structure the fixed part identities, e.g.

to facilitate provision of access rights to groups of DECT systems;

- roaming agreements between DECT networks run by the same or different owners/operators;

- indication of handover domains;
- indication of location areas, i.e. paging area;
- indication of subscription areas of a public service.

This specification also provides for length indicators and other messages that can override the default

location and/or paging area and domain indications given by the structure of the identities.

Connection related identities are used to identify the protocol instances associated with a call and are used

for peer-to-peer communication.

Equipment related identities are used to identify a stolen PP and to derive a default identity coding for PP

emergency call set-up.
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Coding of identity information elements for higher layer messages is found in ETS 300 175-5 [5], subclause

4.7.

User authentication and ciphering need additional key information and is not within the scope of this part,

but is covered in other Parts of ETS 300 175, e.g. Part 7.
2 Normative references

This European Telecommunication Standard (ETS) incorporates, by dated or undated reference,

provisions from other publications. These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the

text and the publications are listed hereafter. For dated references, subsequent amendments to, or

revisions of, any of these publications apply to this ETS only when incorporated in it by amendment or

revision. For undated references the latest edition of the publication referred to applies.

[1] ETS 300 175-1: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 1: Overview".
[2] ETS 300 175-2: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 2: Physical layer".
[3] ETS 300 175-3: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 3: Medium
access control layer".
[4] ETS 300 175-4: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 4: Data link
control layer".
[5] ETS 300 175-5: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 5: Network layer".
[6] ETS 300 175-6: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 6: Identities and
addressing".
[7] ETS 300 175-7: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 7: Security
features".
[8] ETS 300 175-8: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 8: Speech coding
and transmission".
[9] ETS 300 175-9: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Part 9: Public access
profile".
[10] Reserved.
[11] Reserved.
[12] I-ETS 300 176: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Approval test specification".
[13] Reserved for future ETS version of [12].
[14] CEPT Recommendation T/SGT SF2 (89) 6/0: "Draft Recommendation T/SF
Services and Facilities of Digital European Cordless Telecommunications".
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[15] ETR 043: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European Cordless
Telecommunications (DECT) Common interface Services and facilities
requirements specification".
[16] ETR 015: "Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Reference
document".
[17] Draft ETSI Technical Report: "Digital European Cordless Telecommunications
(DECT) System description document".
[18] ETR 042: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European Cordless
Telecommunications (DECT). A guide to DECT features that influence the traffic
capacity and the maintenance of high radio link transmission quality including
results of simulations".
[19] Reserved for future DECT document.
[20] CCITT Recommendation E.163 (1988): "Numbering Plan for the ISDN Era".
[21] CCITT Recommendation E.164 (1988): "Numbering Plan for the International
Telephone Service".
[22] ETSI-GSM Technical Specification GSM 03.03: "Numbering, addressing, and
identification".
3 Definitions and abbreviations
The definitions are listed in alphabetic order.
3.1 Definitions
For the purposes of this ETS the following definitions apply.

Attach: the process whereby a Portable Part (PP) within the coverage area of a Fixed Part (FP) to which

it has access rights, notifies this fixed part that it is operative. The reverse process is detach, which

reports the portable part as inoperative.
NOTE: An operative portable part is assumed to be ready to receive calls.

Authentication (of a subscriber): the process whereby a DECT subscriber is positively verified to be a

legitimate user of a particular fixed part.

NOTE: Authentication is generally performed at call set-up, but may also be done at any other

time (e.g. during a call).
Bearer: see Medium Access Control (MAC) bearer or bearer service.

Bearer handover: the internal handover process provided by the MAC layer, whereby one MAC

connection can modify its underlying bearers while maintaining the service provided to the Data Link

Control (DLC) layer.
NOTE: Bearer handover is slot based.

Cell: the domain served by a single antenna(e) system (including a leaky feeder) of one fixed part.

NOTE: A cell may include more than one source of radiated Radio Frequency (RF) energy (i.e.

more than one radio end point).
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Central Control Fixed Part (CCFP): a physical grouping that contains the central elements of a fixed

part. A fixed part shall contain a maximum of one CCFP.
NOTE: A CCFP controls one or more Radio Fixed Parts (RFPs).

Cluster: a logical grouping of one or more cells between which bearer handover is possible. A Cluster

Control Function (CCF) controls one cluster.

NOTE: Internal handover to a cell which is not part of the same cluster can only be done by

connection handover.
Connection: see "MAC connection".

Connection handover: the internal handover process provided by the DLC layer, whereby one set of

DLC entities (C-plane and U-plane) can reroute data from one MAC connection to a second new MAC

connection, while maintaining the service provided to the network layer.
NOTE: Connection handover is DLC frame based.

Coverage area: the area over which reliable communication can be established and maintained.

DECT NetWork (DNW): a network that uses the DECT air interface to interconnect a local network to one

or more portable applications. The logical boundaries of the DECT network are defined to be at the top of

the DECT network layer.
NOTE: A DECT network is a logical grouping that contains one or more fixed radio

terminations plus their associated portable radio termination. The boundaries of the

DECT network are not physical boundaries.

External handover: the process of switching a call in progress from one fixed radio termination to another

fixed radio termination.

Fixed Part (FP): a physical grouping that contains all of the elements in the DECT network between the

local network and the DECT air interface.

NOTE: A DECT fixed part contains the logical elements of at least one fixed radio Termination,

plus additional implementation specific elements.

Fixed radio Termination (FT): a logical group of functions that contains all of the DECT processes and

procedures on the fixed side of the DECT air interface.

NOTE: A fixed radio termination only includes elements that are defined in ETS 300 175. This

includes radio transmission elements (layer 1) together with a selection of layer 2 and

layer 3 elements.
Frame: see Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) frame or DLC frame.

Geographically unique: this term relates to fixed part identities, (PARIs and RFPIs). It indicates that two

fixed parts with the same PARI, or respectively two RFPIs with the same RFPI, can not be reached or

listened to at the same geographical position.

NOTE: PARI stands for Primary Access Rights Identifier, RFPI stands for Radio Fixed Part

Identifier.

Global NetWork (GNW): a telecommunication network capable of offering a long distance

telecommunication service.

NOTE: The term does not include legal or regulatory aspects, nor does it indicate if the

network is a public or a private network.
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Globally unique (identity): the identity is unique within DECT (without geographical or other restrictions).

Handover: the process of switching a call in progress from one physical channel to another physical

channel. These processes can be internal (see internal handover) or external (see external handover).

NOTE: There are two physical forms of handover, intra-cell handover and inter-cell handover.

Intra-cell handover is always internal, inter-cell handover can be internal or external.

Inter-cell handover: the switching of a call in progress from one cell to another cell.

Internal handover: handover processes that are completely internal to one fixed radio termination.

Internal handover reconnects the call at the lower layers, while maintaining the call at the network layer.

NOTE: The lower layer reconnection can either be at the DLC layer (see connection handover)

or at the MAC layer (see bearer handover).

Interoperability: the capability of fixed parts and portable parts, that enable a portable part to obtain

access to teleservices in more than one location area and/or from more than one operator (more than one

service provider).

Interoperator roaming: roaming between fixed part coverage areas of different operators (different

service providers).

Intra-cell handover: the switching of a call in progress from one physical channel of one cell to another

physical channel of the same cell.

Intraoperator roaming: roaming between different fixed part coverage areas of the same operator (same

service provider).

Local NetWork (LNW): a telecommunication network capable of offering local telecommunication

services.

NOTE: The term does not include legal or regulatory aspects, nor does it indicate if the

network is a public network or a private network.

Locally unique (identity): the identity is unique within one FP or location area, depending on application.

Location area: the domain in which a portable part may receive (and/or make) calls as a result of a single

location registration.

Location registration: the process whereby the position of a DECT portable termination is determined to

the level of one location area, and this position is updated in one or more databases.

NOTE: These databases are not included within the DECT fixed radio termination.

Multiframe: a repeating sequence of 16 successive TDMA frames, that allows low rate or sporadic

information to be multiplexed (e.g. basic system information or paging).

Network (telecommunication network): all the means of providing telecommunication services between

a number of locations where the services are accessed via equipment attached to the network.

Operator (DECT operator): the individual or entity who or which is responsible for operation of one or

more DECT fixed parts.

NOTE: The term does not imply any legal or regulatory conditions, nor does it imply any

aspects of ownership.
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Paging: the process of broadcasting a message from a DECT fixed part to one or more DECT portable

parts.

NOTE: Different types of paging message are possible. For example, the {Request paging}

message orders the recipient to respond with a call set-up attempt.

Paging area: the domain in which the portable part will be paged as a part of incoming call establishment.

NOTE: In general the paging area will be equal to the Temporary Portable User Indentity

(TPUI) domain since the TPUI is used for paging.

Portable HandSet (PHS): a single physical grouping that contains all of the portable elements that are

needed to provide a teleservice to the user.

NOTE: Portable handset is a subset of all possible portable parts. This subset includes all

physical groupings that combine one portable radio termination plus at least one
portable application in a single physical box.

Portable Part (DECT Portable Part) (PP): a physical grouping that contains all elements between the

user and the DECT air interface. Portable part is a generic term that may describe one or several physical

pieces.

NOTE: A DECT portable part is logically divided into one portable termination plus one or more

portable applications.

Portable radio Termination (PT): a logical group of functions that contains all of the DECT processes

and procedures on the portable side of the DECT air interface.

NOTE: A Portable radio Termination (PT) only includes elements that are defined in ETS

300 175. This includes radio transmission elements (layer 1) together with a selection

of layer 2 and layer 3 elements.

Private: an attribute indicating that the application of the so qualified term, e.g. a network, a equipment, a

service, is offered to, or is in the interest of, a determined set of users.

NOTE: The term does not include any legal or regulatory aspects, nor does it indicate any

aspects of ownership.

Public: an attribute indicating that the application of the so qualified term, e.g. a network, a equipment, a

service, is offered to, or is in the interest of, the general public.

NOTE: The term does not include any legal or regulatory aspects, nor does it indicate any

aspects of ownership.

Public Access Profile (PAP): a defined part of ETS 300 175 that ensures interoperability between fixed

parts and portable parts for public access services.

Public access service: a service that provides access to a public network for the general public.

NOTE: The term does not imply any legal or regulatory aspect, nor does it imply any aspects

of ownership.

Radio End Point (REP): a physical grouping that contains one radio transceiver (transmitter/receiver),

fixed or portable.

Radio Fixed Part (RFP): one physical sub-group of a fixed part that contains all the radio end points (one

or more) that are connected to a single system of antennas.

Registration: an ambiguous term, that should always be qualified. See either location registration or

subscription registration.
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Roaming: the movement of a portable part from one fixed part coverage area to another fixed part

coverage area, where the capabilities of the fixed parts enable the portable part to make or receive calls in

both areas.

NOTE: Roaming requires the relevant fixed parts and portable part to be interoperable.

Roaming service: a service which can be used in more than one fixed part coverage area.

Service provider (telecommunications service provider): the individual or entity who or which

interfaces to the customer in providing telecommunications service.

NOTE 1: The term does not imply any legal or regulatory conditions, nor does it indicate whether

public service or private service is provided.

NOTE 2: The term service provider is also used with a different meaning in the ISO/OSI layered

model.

Single Radio Fixed Part (SRFP): a radio fixed part that contains only one radio end point.

NOTE: The SRFP is defined for DECT system analysis. Unless otherwise stated, a SRFP is

assumed to support multiple calls, and is limited only by the capacity of its single radio

end point.

Subscriber (customer): the natural person or the juristic person who has subscribed to

telecommunication services, and is therefore responsible for payment.

Subscription registration: the infrequent process whereby a subscriber obtains access rights to one or

more fixed parts.

NOTE: Subscription registration is usually required before a user can make or receive calls.

TDMA frame: a time-division multiplex of 10 ms duration, containing 24 successive full slots. A TDMA

frame starts with the first bit period of full slot 0 and ends with the last bit period of full slot 23.

TPUI domain: the domain over which every TPUI is (locally) unique.

NOTE: In general, the TPUI domain will be equal to the paging area and thereby equal to the

location area.

User (of a telecommunication network): a person or machine delegated by a subscriber (by a

customer) to use the services and/or facilities of a telecommunicat
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