Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); DECT/Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) interworking for end system configuration; ; Part 2: Access profile

To specify how ISDN services can be provided over a DECT link. This part describes requirements for the DECT Fixed-Part and Portable- Part necessary to support the ISDN Access Profile End-System.

Digitalne izboljšane brezvrvične telekomunikacije (DECT) - Digitalno omrežje z integriranimi storitvami (ISDN) - Vzajemno delovanje sistemov DECT/ISDN v konfiguraciji končnega sistema - 2. del: Dostopovni profil

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); DECT/Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) interworking for end system configuration; ; Part 2: Access profile33.080Digitalno omrežje z integriranimi storitvami (ISDN)Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)33.070.30'(&7Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)ICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:ETS 300 434-2 E13SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999en01-MDQXDU19993SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999SLOVENSKI

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EUROPEANETS 300 434-2TELECOMMUNICATIONApril 1996STANDARDSource: ETSI TC-RESReference: DE/RES-03014-2ICS:33.020, 33.060.50Key words:DECT, ISDNRadio Equipment and Systems (RES);Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) interworkingfor end system configuration;Part 2: Access profileETSIEuropean Telecommunications Standards InstituteETSI SecretariatPostal address: F-06921 Sophia Antipolis CEDEX - FRANCEOffice address: 650 Route des Lucioles - Sophia Antipolis - Valbonne - FRANCEX.400: c=fr, a=atlas, p=etsi, s=secretariat - Internet: secretariat@etsi.frTel.: +33 92 94 42 00 - Fax: +33 93 65 47 16Copyright Notification: No part may be reproduced except as authorized by written permission. The copyright and theforegoing restriction extend to reproduction in all media.© European Telecommunications Standards Institute 1996. All rights reserved.SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 2ETS 300 434-2: April 1996Whilst 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.SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 3ETS 300 434-2: April 1996ContentsForeword.......................................................................................................................................................71Scope..................................................................................................................................................92Normative references..........................................................................................................................93Definitions and abbreviations............................................................................................................103.1Definitions..........................................................................................................................103.2DECT abbreviations and acronyms...................................................................................123.3ISDN abbreviations and acronyms....................................................................................134Features for the ISDN-DECT access service...................................................................................144.1Description of the features.................................................................................................144.1.1Outgoing call (feature 0)................................................................................144.1.2Speech (feature 1).........................................................................................144.1.3Off-hook (feature 4).......................................................................................144.1.4On-hook - full release (feature 5)..................................................................144.1.5Dialled digits - basic (feature 7).....................................................................144.1.6Dialled digits - additional (feature 8)..............................................................144.1.7Dialling delimiter (feature 9)..........................................................................144.1.8Incoming call (feature 16)..............................................................................144.1.9Control of supervisory tones (feature 26)......................................................144.1.10Signalling of display characters (feature 28).................................................144.1.11Selection of required teleservice (feature 52)................................................144.1.12Selection of bearer service (feature 53)........................................................144.1.13Voice band data capability (feature 60).........................................................154.1.14Keypad protocol for supplementary services (feature 61).............................154.1.1564 kbit/s unrestricted digital information (feature 75)....................................154.1.16Overlap sending - outgoing call (feature 77).................................................154.1.17Functional supplementary service Calling Line Identification Presentation(CLIP) (feature 101)......................................................................................154.1.18Functional supplementary service Calling Line Identification Restriction(CLIR) (feature 102)......................................................................................154.1.19Functional supplementary service COnnected Line IdentificationPresentation (COLP) (feature 103)...............................................................154.1.20Functional supplementary service COnnected Line IdentificationRestriction (COLR) (feature 104)..................................................................154.1.21Functional supplementary service Multiple Subscriber Number (MSN)(feature 105)..................................................................................................154.1.22Functional supplementary service Direct Dialling In (DDI) (feature 106)......154.1.23Functional supplementary service SUBaddressing (SUB) (feature 107)......154.1.24Functional supplementary service Call Waiting (CW) (feature 108).............154.1.25Functional supplementary service HOLD (feature 109)................................154.1.26Functional supplementary service Closed User Group (CUG)(feature 110)..................................................................................................154.1.27Functional supplementary service Advice Of Charge (AOC) (feature 111)..164.1.28Functional supplementary service Malicious Call IDentification (MCID)(feature 112)..................................................................................................164.1.29Functional supplementary service CONference call, add-on (CONF)(feature 113)..................................................................................................164.1.30Functional supplementary service Three party (3PTY) (feature 114)...........164.1.31Functional supplementary service Call Deflection (CD) (feature 115)..........164.1.32Functional supplementary service UUS service 1 (UUS1) (feature 116)......164.1.33Functional supplementary service UUS service 2 (UUS2) (feature 117)......164.1.34Functional supplementary service UUS service 3 (UUS3) (feature 118)......164.1.35Functional supplementary service Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)(feature 119)..................................................................................................16SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 4ETS 300 434-2: April 19964.1.36Functional supplementary service Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber(CCBS) (feature 120)....................................................................................164.1.37Functional supplementary service Free Phone (FPH) (feature 121)............164.1.38Functional supplementary service Meet-Me Conference (MMC)(feature 122).................................................................................................164.1.39Functional supplementary service "Call Forwarding" (CF) (feature 123)......165Requirements regarding the Network (NWK) layer..........................................................................175.1Summary of features and related procedures...................................................................175.2Procedures........................................................................................................................185.3Mapping of the features onto the procedures...................................................................215.3.1Outgoing call (feature 0)...............................................................................215.3.2Duplex speech (feature 1)............................................................................215.3.3Off-hook (feature 4)......................................................................................215.3.4On-hook - full release (feature 5)..................................................................215.3.5Dialled digits - basic (feature 7)....................................................................215.3.6Dialled digits - additional (feature 8).............................................................215.3.7Dialling delimiter (feature 9)..........................................................................215.3.8Incoming call (feature 16).............................................................................225.3.9Control of supervisory tones (feature 26).....................................................225.3.10Signalling of display characters (feature 28).................................................225.3.11Selection of required teleservice (feature 52)...............................................225.3.12Selection of bearer service (feature 53).......................................................225.3.13Voice band data capability (feature 60)........................................................225.3.14Keypad protocol for supplementary services - CRSS (feature 61a).............225.3.1564 kbit/s unrestricted digital information (feature 75)....................................225.3.16Overlap sending - outgoing call (feature 77).................................................235.3.17Functional supplementary service CLIP (feature 101)..................................235.3.18Functional supplementary service CLIR (feature 102).................................235.3.19Functional supplementary service COLP (feature 103)................................235.3.20Functional supplementary service COLR (feature 104)...............................235.3.21Functional supplementary service MSN (feature 105)..................................235.3.22Functional supplementary service DDI (feature 106)...................................235.3.23Functional supplementary service SUB (feature 107)..................................235.3.24Functional supplementary service CW (feature 108)...................................235.3.25Functional supplementary service HOLD (feature 109)...............................245.3.26Functional supplementary service CUG (feature 110).................................245.3.27Functional supplementary service AOC (feature 111)..................................245.3.28Functional supplementary service MCID (feature 112)................................245.3.29Functional supplementary service CONF (feature 113)...............................245.3.30Functional supplementary service 3PTY (feature 114).................................245.3.31Functional supplementary service CD (feature 115)....................................245.3.32Functional supplementary service UUS1 (feature 116)................................245.3.33Functional supplementary service UUS2 (feature 117)................................255.3.34Functional supplementary service UUS3 (feature 118)................................255.3.35Functional supplementary service ECT (feature 119)..................................255.3.36Functional supplementary service CCBS (feature 120)................................255.3.37Functional supplementary service FPH (feature 121)..................................255.3.38Functional supplementary service MMC (feature 122).................................255.3.39Functional supplementary service CF (feature 123).....................................256Requirements regarding the DLC layer............................................................................................266.1Control plane.....................................................................................................................266.1.1Minimum requirements.................................................................................266.1.2Incoming call (feature 16).............................................................................266.2User plane.........................................................................................................................267MAC layer requirements...................................................................................................................267.1MAC layer services...........................................................................................................267.1.1Connection oriented services.......................................................................267.1.2Broadcast services.......................................................................................267.2MAC layer procedures.......................................................................................................277.2.1Connection oriented service procedures......................................................27SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 5ETS 300 434-2: April 19967.2.1.1General................................................................................277.3Required messages...........................................................................................................277.3.1Header field...................................................................................................277.3.2Messages in the tail field...............................................................................277.3.2.1Identities information (NT tail)..............................................277.3.2.2System information and multiframe marker (QT tail)..........287.3.2.3Paging (PT tail)....................................................................287.3.2.4MAC control (MT tails).........................................................287.3.3Messages in the B-field.................................................................................297.4Monitoring of speech quality..............................................................................................298Requirements regarding the PHL layer.............................................................................................298.1General..............................................................................................................................299Requirements regarding the speech transmission............................................................................299.1General..............................................................................................................................29Annex A (informative):Bibliography........................................................................................................30History..........................................................................................................................................................31SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

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Page 7ETS 300 434-2: April 1996ForewordThis European Telecommunication Standard (ETS) has been produced by the Radio Equipment andSystems (RES) Technical Committee of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).Further details of the DECT system may be found in ETR 015, ETR 043 and ETR 056 (see annex A).This ETS consists of two parts as follows:Part 1:"Interworking specification".Part 2:"Access profile".Transposition datesDate of adoption of this ETS:26 April 1996Date of latest announcement of this ETS (doa):31 July 1996Date of latest publication of new National Standardor endorsement of this ETS (dop/e):31 January 1997Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow):31 January 1997SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

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Page 9ETS 300 434-2: April 19961ScopeThis European Telecommunication Standard (ETS), part of the Integrated Services Digital Network(ISDN) Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) interworking profile, specifies the set oftechnical requirements for DECT Fixed Parts (FPs) and Portable Parts (PPs) necessary for the support ofthe ISDN-DECT Access Service (IAS).Apparatus claiming interoperability based upon this IAP has to fully comply with the process mandatorytechnical requirements, and those for optional features so far as they are provided for in this ETS.2Normative referencesThis ETS incorporates, by dated or undated reference, provisions from other publications. Thesenormative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text and the publications are listedhereafter. For dated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publicationsapply to this only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references, the latestedition of the publication referred to applies.[1]ETS 300 175-1: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 1:Overview".[2]ETS 300 175-2: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 2: PhysicalLayer".[3]ETS 300 175-3: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 3: MediumAccess Control (MAC) layer".[4]ETS 300 175-4: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 4: DataLink Control (DLC) layer".[5]ETS 300 175-5: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 5: Network(NWK) layer".[6]ETS 300 175-6: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 6:Identities and addressing".[7]ETS 300 175-7: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 7: Securityfeatures".[8]ETS 300 175-8: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 8: Speechcoding and transmission".[9]ETS 300 175-9: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 9: PublicAccess Profile (PAP)".[10]CCITT Recommendation G.726 (1988): "40, 32, 24, 16 kbit/s adaptivedifferential pulse code modulation (ADPCM)".[11]I-ETS 300 176: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT); Approval test specification".SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 10ETS 300 434-2: April 1996[12]ETS 300 434-1: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital EuropeanCordless Telecommunications (DECT) and Integrated Services Digital Network(ISDN) interworking for end system configuration - Part 1: Interworkingspecification".3Definitions and abbreviations3.1DefinitionsFor the purpose of this ETS, the following definitions apply:bearer service: A type of telecommunication service that provides a defined capability for thetransmission of signals between user-network interfaces.broadcast: A simplex point-to-multipoint mode of transmission.C-plane: The control plane of the DECT protocol stacks, which contains all of the internal DECT protocolcontrol, but may also include some external user information.NOTE 1:The C-plane stack always contains protocol entities up to and including the Network(NWK) layer.call: All of the NWK layer processes involved in one NWK layer peer-to-peer association.NOTE 2:Call may sometimes be used to refer to processes of all layers, since lower layerprocesses are implicitly required.DECT Fixed System (DFS): A logical grouping that contains all the functions between the DECT Dreference point and the reference point on the fixed side of the DECT air interface.NOTE 3:The DECT Fixed System (DFS) = FT + (local network up to the fixed side ISDNreference point (including fixed side IWU)).DECT Network (DNW): A network that uses the DECT air interface to interconnect a local network to oneor more portable applications. The logical boundaries of the DECT network are defined to be at the top ofthe DECT NWK layer.NOTE 4:A DNW is a logical grouping that contains one or more fixed radio terminations plustheir associated PT. The boundaries of the DECT network are not physical boundaries.DECT Portable System (DPS): A logical grouping that contains all the functions between the DECT Dreference point and the user interface on the portable side of the DECT air interface.NOTE 5:The DPS = PT + (Portable Application (PA)).End System (ES): A logical grouping that contains application processes and supportstelecommunication services.NOTE 6:From the OSI point of view, end systems are considered as sources and sinks ofinformation.Fixed Part (DECT Fixed Part) (FP): A physical grouping that contains all of the elements in the DECTnetwork between the local network and the DECT air interface.NOTE 7:A DECT FP contains the logical elements of at least one FT, plus additionalimplementation specific elements.Fixed Radio Termination (FT): A logical group of functions that contains all of the DECT processes andprocedures on the fixed side of the DECT air interface.NOTE 8:A FT only includes elements that are defined in the DECT CI standard. This includesradio transmission elements together with a selection of layer 2 and layer 3 elements.SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 11ETS 300 434-2: April 1996Global Network (GNW): A telecommunication network capable of offering a long distancetelecommunication service.NOTE 9:The term does not include legal or regulatory aspects, neither does it indicate if thenetwork is a public or a private network.incoming call: A call received at a PP.inter-operability: The capability of FPs and PPs, that enable a PP to obtain access to teleservices inmore than one location area and/or from more than one operator (more than one service provider).Interworking Unit (IWU): A unit that is used to interconnect sub-networks.NOTE 10:The IWU contains the interworking functions necessary to support the requiredsub-network interworking.ISDN Access Profile (IAP): A defined part of the DECT/ISDN interworking standard that ensuresinter-operability between FPs and PPs for the access of ISDN services.Local Network (LNW): A telecommunication network capable of offering local telecommunicationservices.NOTE 11:The term does not include legal or regulatory aspects, nor does it indicate if thenetwork is a public network or a private network.MAC Connection (CONNECTION): An association between one source MAC Multi-Bearer Control(MBC) entity and one destination MAC MBC entity. This provides a set of related MAC services (a set oflogical channels), and it can involve one or more underlying MAC bearers.outgoing call: A call originating from a PP.paging: The process of broadcasting a message from a DECT FP to one or more DECT PPs.NOTE 12:Different types of paging message are possible. For example, the {LCE_REQUEST-PAGE} message orders the recipient to respond with a call set-up attempt.Portable Application (PA): A logical grouping that contains all the elements that lie beyond the DECTnetwork boundary on the portable side.NOTE 13:The functions contained in the portable application may be physically distributed, butany such distribution is invisible to the DECT network.Portable Part (DECT Portable Part) (PP): A physical grouping that contains all elements between theuser and the DECT air interface. PP is a generic term that may describe one or several physical pieces.NOTE 14:A DECT PP is logically divided into one PT plus one or more PAs.Portable Radio Termination (PT): A logical group of functions that contains all of the DECT processesand procedures on the portable side of the DECT air interface.NOTE 15:A PT only includes elements that are defined in the DECT CI standard. This includesradio transmission elements (layer 1) together with a selection of layer 2 and layer 3elements.Public Access Profile (PAP): A defined part of the DECT Common Interface (DECT CI) standard thatensures inter-operability between FPs and PPs for public access services.Radio Fixed Part (RFP): One physical sub-group of a FP that contains all the radio end points (one ormore) that are connected to a single system of antennas.SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 12ETS 300 434-2: April 1996segment: One of the pieces of data that is produced by the process of segmentation.NOTE 16:In general, one segment only represents a portion of a complete message.segmentation: The process of partitioning one Service Data Unit (SDU) from a higher layer into morethan one Protocol Data Unit (PDU). The reverse process is assembly.supplementary service: A service that modifies or supplements a basic telecommunication service.teleservice: A type of telecommunication service that provides the complete capability, including terminalequipment functions, for communication between users, according to protocols that are established byagreement.U-plane: The user plane of the DECT protocol stacks. This plane contains most of the end-to-end(external) user information and user control.NOTE 17:The U-plane protocols do not include any internal DECT protocol control, and it may benull at the NWK layer and at the DLC layers for some services.3.2DECT abbreviations and acronymsFor the purposes of this ETS, the following DECT abbreviations and acronyms apply:3PTYThree partyAOCAdvice Of ChargeCCBSCompletion of Calls to Busy SubscriberCCCall ControlCCITT(The) International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative CommitteeCDCall DeflectionCFCall Forwarding (supplementary service)HOLDCall HOLDCICommon InterfaceCISSCall Independent Supplementary ServicesCLIPCalling Line Identification PresentationCLIRCalling Line Identification RestrictionCOLPCOnnected Line Identification PresentationCOLRCOnnected Line Identification RestrictionCONFCONference call, add-onCLMSConnectionLess Message ServiceCLSSConnectionLess Supplementary ServiceCOMSConnection Oriented Message ServiceCRSSCall Related Supplementary ServicesC/LConnectionLess modeC/OConnection Oriented modeCUGClosed User GroupCWCall WaitingDDECT reference point for end systemDDIDirect Dialling InDECTDigital Enhanced Cordless TelecommunicationDFSDECT Fixed SystemDLCData Link ControlDPSDECT Portable SystemDTMFDual Tone Multi-FrequencyFIFOFirst-In-First-OutFPFixed PartFPHFree PhoneFTFixed radio TerminationGAPGeneric Access ProfileIAPISDN Access ProfileIWUInterWorking UnitLCELink Control EntityLLMELower Layer Management EntityMACMedium Access ControlSIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 13ETS 300 434-2: April 1996MCIDMalicious Call IDentificationMMMobility ManagementMMCMeet-Me ConferenceMSNMultiple Subscriber NumberNWKNetworkPAPPublic Access ProfilePDUProtocol Data UnitPBXPrivate Branch eXchangePABXPrivate Automatic Branch eXchangePPPortable PartPSTNPublic Switched Telephone NetworkPTPortable radio TerminationREPRadio End PointRFPRadio Fixed PartRFPIRadio Fixed Part IdentitySAPService Access PointSUBSUBaddressingSDUService Data UnitTITransaction IdentifierUUSUser-to-User SignallingUUS1UUS service 1UUS2UUS service 2UUS3UUS service 33.3ISDN abbreviations and acronymsFor the purpose of this ETS, the following ISDN abbreviations and acronyms apply:BRABasic Rate AccessCC reference pointISDNIntegrated Services Digital NetworkNT1Network Termination 1NT2Network Termination 2PP reference pointPRAPrimary Rate AccessRR reference pointSS reference pointS/TS/T reference pointTT reference pointTATerminal AdapterTE1ISDN terminalTE2non ISDN terminalvBRAVirtual Basic Rate AccessSSSupplementary ServicesSIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

Page 14ETS 300 434-2: April 19964Features for the ISDN-DECT access service4.1Description of the features4.1.1Outgoing call (feature 0)A call originated at the DECT PP.4.1.2Speech (feature 1)Circuit-mode 32 kbit/s unrestricted 8 kHz structured bearer service category suitable for speechinformation transfer (see CCITT Recommendation G.726 [10]).4.1.3Off-hook (feature 4)The ability to indicate the action of going off-hook, e.g. to start call set-up or accept a call.4.1.4On-hook - full release (feature 5)The ability to indicate the action of going on-hook (e.g. to terminate a call) and fully release the radioresource.4.1.5Dialled digits - basic (feature 7)The capability to dial digits 0 - 9, *, #.4.1.6Dialled digits - additional (feature 8)The capability to dial digits A, B, C, D (in addition to the basic digits).4.1.7Dialling delimiter (feature 9)A means to generate or otherwise to indicate "end-of-destination-address" when dialling or transmittingdialled digits.4.1.8Incoming call (feature 16)A call received at a DECT PP.4.1.9Control of supervisory tones (feature 26)For the ISDN-DECT access service, network supervisory signals shall be made available in-band to thePP by the FP, either by relay from the global or extended services network, or by local generation at thePP.The provision of a tone generator is optional for ISDN-DECT access service PPs.4.1.10Signalling of display characters (feature 28)The transmission to the PP of characters to be displayed on the user's PP display (if provided).4.1.11Selection of required teleservice (feature 52)The ability to select a particular teleservice which is required at a given moment.4.1.12Selection of bearer service (feature 53)The ability to select a particular bearer service for a particular application for the duration or part of theduration of an individual call.SIST ETS 300 434-2:1999

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TELECOMMUNICATION April 1996
STANDARD
Source: ETSI TC-RES Reference: DE/RES-03014-2
ICS: 33.020, 33.060.50
DECT, ISDN
Key words:
Radio Equipment and Systems (RES);
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)
and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) interworking
for end system configuration;
Part 2: Access profile
ETSI
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
ETSI Secretariat
F-06921 Sophia Antipolis CEDEX - FRANCE
Postal address:
650 Route des Lucioles - Sophia Antipolis - Valbonne - FRANCE
Office address:
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Tel.: +33 92 94 42 00 - Fax: +33 93 65 47 16

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Contents

Foreword .......................................................................................................................................................7

1 Scope ..................................................................................................................................................9

2 Normative references..........................................................................................................................9

3 Definitions and abbreviations ............................................................................................................10

3.1 Definitions ..........................................................................................................................10

3.2 DECT abbreviations and acronyms ...................................................................................12

3.3 ISDN abbreviations and acronyms ....................................................................................13

4 Features for the ISDN-DECT access service ...................................................................................14

4.1 Description of the features.................................................................................................14

4.1.1 Outgoing call (feature 0)................................................................................14

4.1.2 Speech (feature 1).........................................................................................14

4.1.3 Off-hook (feature 4).......................................................................................14

4.1.4 On-hook - full release (feature 5) ..................................................................14

4.1.5 Dialled digits - basic (feature 7).....................................................................14

4.1.6 Dialled digits - additional (feature 8)..............................................................14

4.1.7 Dialling delimiter (feature 9) ..........................................................................14

4.1.8 Incoming call (feature 16)..............................................................................14

4.1.9 Control of supervisory tones (feature 26)......................................................14

4.1.10 Signalling of display characters (feature 28) .................................................14

4.1.11 Selection of required teleservice (feature 52)................................................14

4.1.12 Selection of bearer service (feature 53) ........................................................14

4.1.13 Voice band data capability (feature 60).........................................................15

4.1.14 Keypad protocol for supplementary services (feature 61).............................15

4.1.15 64 kbit/s unrestricted digital information (feature 75) ....................................15

4.1.16 Overlap sending - outgoing call (feature 77) .................................................15

4.1.17 Functional supplementary service Calling Line Identification Presentation

(CLIP) (feature 101) ......................................................................................15

4.1.18 Functional supplementary service Calling Line Identification Restriction

(CLIR) (feature 102) ......................................................................................15

4.1.19 Functional supplementary service COnnected Line Identification

Presentation (COLP) (feature 103) ...............................................................15

4.1.20 Functional supplementary service COnnected Line Identification

Restriction (COLR) (feature 104) ..................................................................15

4.1.21 Functional supplementary service Multiple Subscriber Number (MSN)

(feature 105)..................................................................................................15

4.1.22 Functional supplementary service Direct Dialling In (DDI) (feature 106) ......15

4.1.23 Functional supplementary service SUBaddressing (SUB) (feature 107) ......15

4.1.24 Functional supplementary service Call Waiting (CW) (feature 108) .............15

4.1.25 Functional supplementary service HOLD (feature 109) ................................15

4.1.26 Functional supplementary service Closed User Group (CUG)

(feature 110)..................................................................................................15

4.1.27 Functional supplementary service Advice Of Charge (AOC) (feature 111) ..16

4.1.28 Functional supplementary service Malicious Call IDentification (MCID)

(feature 112)..................................................................................................16

4.1.29 Functional supplementary service CONference call, add-on (CONF)

(feature 113)..................................................................................................16

4.1.30 Functional supplementary service Three party (3PTY) (feature 114) ...........16

4.1.31 Functional supplementary service Call Deflection (CD) (feature 115) ..........16

4.1.32 Functional supplementary service UUS service 1 (UUS1) (feature 116) ......16

4.1.33 Functional supplementary service UUS service 2 (UUS2) (feature 117) ......16

4.1.34 Functional supplementary service UUS service 3 (UUS3) (feature 118) ......16

4.1.35 Functional supplementary service Explicit Call Transfer (ECT)

(feature 119)..................................................................................................16

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4.1.36 Functional supplementary service Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber

(CCBS) (feature 120).................................................................................... 16

4.1.37 Functional supplementary service Free Phone (FPH) (feature 121) ............ 16

4.1.38 Functional supplementary service Meet-Me Conference (MMC)

(feature 122) ................................................................................................. 16

4.1.39 Functional supplementary service "Call Forwarding" (CF) (feature 123)...... 16

5 Requirements regarding the Network (NWK) layer .......................................................................... 17

5.1 Summary of features and related procedures................................................................... 17

5.2 Procedures........................................................................................................................ 18

5.3 Mapping of the features onto the procedures ................................................................... 21

5.3.1 Outgoing call (feature 0) ............................................................................... 21

5.3.2 Duplex speech (feature 1) ............................................................................ 21

5.3.3 Off-hook (feature 4) ...................................................................................... 21

5.3.4 On-hook - full release (feature 5).................................................................. 21

5.3.5 Dialled digits - basic (feature 7) .................................................................... 21

5.3.6 Dialled digits - additional (feature 8) ............................................................. 21

5.3.7 Dialling delimiter (feature 9).......................................................................... 21

5.3.8 Incoming call (feature 16) ............................................................................. 22

5.3.9 Control of supervisory tones (feature 26) ..................................................... 22

5.3.10 Signalling of display characters (feature 28)................................................. 22

5.3.11 Selection of required teleservice (feature 52)............................................... 22

5.3.12 Selection of bearer service (feature 53) ....................................................... 22

5.3.13 Voice band data capability (feature 60) ........................................................ 22

5.3.14 Keypad protocol for supplementary services - CRSS (feature 61a)............. 22

5.3.15 64 kbit/s unrestricted digital information (feature 75).................................... 22

5.3.16 Overlap sending - outgoing call (feature 77)................................................. 23

5.3.17 Functional supplementary service CLIP (feature 101).................................. 23

5.3.18 Functional supplementary service CLIR (feature 102) ................................. 23

5.3.19 Functional supplementary service COLP (feature 103)................................ 23

5.3.20 Functional supplementary service COLR (feature 104) ............................... 23

5.3.21 Functional supplementary service MSN (feature 105).................................. 23

5.3.22 Functional supplementary service DDI (feature 106) ................................... 23

5.3.23 Functional supplementary service SUB (feature 107) .................................. 23

5.3.24 Functional supplementary service CW (feature 108) ................................... 23

5.3.25 Functional supplementary service HOLD (feature 109) ............................... 24

5.3.26 Functional supplementary service CUG (feature 110) ................................. 24

5.3.27 Functional supplementary service AOC (feature 111).................................. 24

5.3.28 Functional supplementary service MCID (feature 112) ................................ 24

5.3.29 Functional supplementary service CONF (feature 113) ............................... 24

5.3.30 Functional supplementary service 3PTY (feature 114)................................. 24

5.3.31 Functional supplementary service CD (feature 115) .................................... 24

5.3.32 Functional supplementary service UUS1 (feature 116)................................ 24

5.3.33 Functional supplementary service UUS2 (feature 117)................................ 25

5.3.34 Functional supplementary service UUS3 (feature 118)................................ 25

5.3.35 Functional supplementary service ECT (feature 119) .................................. 25

5.3.36 Functional supplementary service CCBS (feature 120)................................ 25

5.3.37 Functional supplementary service FPH (feature 121) .................................. 25

5.3.38 Functional supplementary service MMC (feature 122)................................. 25

5.3.39 Functional supplementary service CF (feature 123)..................................... 25

6 Requirements regarding the DLC layer ............................................................................................ 26

6.1 Control plane..................................................................................................................... 26

6.1.1 Minimum requirements................................................................................. 26

6.1.2 Incoming call (feature 16) ............................................................................. 26

6.2 User plane......................................................................................................................... 26

7 MAC layer requirements................................................................................................................... 26

7.1 MAC layer services ........................................................................................................... 26

7.1.1 Connection oriented services ....................................................................... 26

7.1.2 Broadcast services ....................................................................................... 26

7.2 MAC layer procedures....................................................................................................... 27

7.2.1 Connection oriented service procedures ...................................................... 27

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7.2.1.1 General................................................................................27

7.3 Required messages...........................................................................................................27

7.3.1 Header field ...................................................................................................27

7.3.2 Messages in the tail field ...............................................................................27

7.3.2.1 Identities information (N tail)..............................................27

7.3.2.2 System information and multiframe marker (Q tail) ..........28

7.3.2.3 Paging (P tail)....................................................................28

7.3.2.4 MAC control (M tails).........................................................28

7.3.3 Messages in the B-field.................................................................................29

7.4 Monitoring of speech quality ..............................................................................................29

8 Requirements regarding the PHL layer.............................................................................................29

8.1 General ..............................................................................................................................29

9 Requirements regarding the speech transmission............................................................................29

9.1 General ..............................................................................................................................29

Annex A (informative): Bibliography........................................................................................................30

History..........................................................................................................................................................31

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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).

Further details of the DECT system may be found in ETR 015, ETR 043 and ETR 056 (see annex A).

This ETS consists of two parts as follows:
Part 1: "Interworking specification".
Part 2: "Access profile".
Transposition dates
Date of adoption of this ETS: 26 April 1996
Date of latest announcement of this ETS (doa): 31 July 1996
Date of latest publication of new National Standard
or endorsement of this ETS (dop/e): 31 January 1997
Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow): 31 January 1997
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1 Scope

This European Telecommunication Standard (ETS), part of the Integrated Services Digital Network

(ISDN) Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) interworking profile, specifies the set of

technical requirements for DECT Fixed Parts (FPs) and Portable Parts (PPs) necessary for the support of

the ISDN-DECT Access Service (IAS).

Apparatus claiming interoperability based upon this IAP has to fully comply with the process mandatory

technical requirements, and those for optional features so far as they are provided for in this ETS.

2 Normative references

This 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 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 (CI); Part 1:
Overview".
[2] ETS 300 175-2: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 2: Physical
Layer".
[3] ETS 300 175-3: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 3: Medium
Access Control (MAC) layer".
[4] ETS 300 175-4: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 4: Data
Link Control (DLC) layer".
[5] ETS 300 175-5: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 5: Network
(NWK) layer".
[6] ETS 300 175-6: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 6:
Identities and addressing".
[7] ETS 300 175-7: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 7: Security
features".
[8] ETS 300 175-8: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 8: Speech
coding and transmission".
[9] ETS 300 175-9: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI); Part 9: Public
Access Profile (PAP)".
[10] CCITT Recommendation G.726 (1988): "40, 32, 24, 16 kbit/s adaptive
differential pulse code modulation (ADPCM)".
[11] I-ETS 300 176: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Approval test specification".
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[12] ETS 300 434-1: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) and Integrated Services Digital Network
(ISDN) interworking for end system configuration - Part 1: Interworking
specification".
3 Definitions and abbreviations
3.1 Definitions
For the purpose of this ETS, the following definitions apply:

bearer service: A type of telecommunication service that provides a defined capability for the

transmission of signals between user-network interfaces.
broadcast: A simplex point-to-multipoint mode of transmission.

C-plane: The control plane of the DECT protocol stacks, which contains all of the internal DECT protocol

control, but may also include some external user information.

NOTE 1: The C-plane stack always contains protocol entities up to and including the Network

(NWK) layer.

call: All of the NWK layer processes involved in one NWK layer peer-to-peer association.

NOTE 2: Call may sometimes be used to refer to processes of all layers, since lower layer

processes are implicitly required.

DECT Fixed System (DFS): A logical grouping that contains all the functions between the DECT D

reference point and the reference point on the fixed side of the DECT air interface.

NOTE 3: The DECT Fixed System (DFS) = FT + (local network up to the fixed side ISDN

reference point (including fixed side IWU)).

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 NWK layer.

NOTE 4: A DNW is a logical grouping that contains one or more fixed radio terminations plus

their associated PT. The boundaries of the DECT network are not physical boundaries.

DECT Portable System (DPS): A logical grouping that contains all the functions between the DECT D

reference point and the user interface on the portable side of the DECT air interface.

NOTE 5: The DPS = PT + (Portable Application (PA)).

End System (ES): A logical grouping that contains application processes and supports

telecommunication services.

NOTE 6: From the OSI point of view, end systems are considered as sources and sinks of

information.

Fixed Part (DECT 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 7: A DECT FP contains the logical elements of at least one FT, 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 8: A FT only includes elements that are defined in the DECT CI standard. This includes

radio transmission elements together with a selection of layer 2 and layer 3 elements.

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

telecommunication service.

NOTE 9: The term does not include legal or regulatory aspects, neither does it indicate if the

network is a public or a private network.
incoming call: A call received at a PP.

inter-operability: The capability of FPs and PPs, that enable a PP to obtain access to teleservices in

more than one location area and/or from more than one operator (more than one service provider).

Interworking Unit (IWU): A unit that is used to interconnect sub-networks.

NOTE 10: The IWU contains the interworking functions necessary to support the required

sub-network interworking.

ISDN Access Profile (IAP): A defined part of the DECT/ISDN interworking standard that ensures

inter-operability between FPs and PPs for the access of ISDN services.

Local Network (LNW): A telecommunication network capable of offering local telecommunication

services.

NOTE 11: The term does not include legal or regulatory aspects, nor does it indicate if the

network is a public network or a private network.

MAC Connection (CONNECTION): An association between one source MAC Multi-Bearer Control

(MBC) entity and one destination MAC MBC entity. This provides a set of related MAC services (a set of

logical channels), and it can involve one or more underlying MAC bearers.
outgoing call: A call originating from a PP.

paging: The process of broadcasting a message from a DECT FP to one or more DECT PPs.

NOTE 12: Different types of paging message are possible. For example, the {LCE_REQUEST-

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

Portable Application (PA): A logical grouping that contains all the elements that lie beyond the DECT

network boundary on the portable side.

NOTE 13: The functions contained in the portable application may be physically distributed, but

any such distribution is invisible to the DECT network.

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

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

NOTE 14: A DECT PP is logically divided into one PT plus one or more PAs.

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 15: A PT only includes elements that are defined in the DECT CI standard. This includes

radio transmission elements (layer 1) together with a selection of layer 2 and layer 3

elements.

Public Access Profile (PAP): A defined part of the DECT Common Interface (DECT CI) standard that

ensures inter-operability between FPs and PPs for public access services.

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

more) that are connected to a single system of antennas.
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segment: One of the pieces of data that is produced by the process of segmentation.

NOTE 16: In general, one segment only represents a portion of a complete message.

segmentation: The process of partitioning one Service Data Unit (SDU) from a higher layer into more

than one Protocol Data Unit (PDU). The reverse process is assembly.

supplementary service: A service that modifies or supplements a basic telecommunication service.

teleservice: A type of telecommunication service that provides the complete capability, including terminal

equipment functions, for communication between users, according to protocols that are established by

agreement.

U-plane: The user plane of the DECT protocol stacks. This plane contains most of the end-to-end

(external) user information and user control.

NOTE 17: The U-plane protocols do not include any internal DECT protocol control, and it may be

null at the NWK layer and at the DLC layers for some services.
3.2 DECT abbreviations and acronyms

For the purposes of this ETS, the following DECT abbreviations and acronyms apply:

3PTY Three party
AOC Advice Of Charge
CCBS Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber
CC Call Control
CCITT (The) International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee
CD Call Deflection
CF Call Forwarding (supplementary service)
HOLD Call HOLD
CI Common Interface
CISS Call Independent Supplementary Services
CLIP Calling Line Identification Presentation
CLIR Calling Line Identification Restriction
COLP COnnected Line Identification Presentation
COLR COnnected Line Identification Restriction
CONF CONference call, add-on
CLMS ConnectionLess Message Service
CLSS ConnectionLess Supplementary Service
COMS Connection Oriented Message Service
CRSS Call Related Supplementary Services
C/L ConnectionLess mode
C/O Connection Oriented mode
CUG Closed User Group
CW Call Waiting
D DECT reference point for end system
DDI Direct Dialling In
DECT Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication
DFS DECT Fixed System
DLC Data Link Control
DPS DECT Portable System
DTMF Dual Tone Multi-Frequency
FIFO First-In-First-Out
FP Fixed Part
FPH Free Phone
FT Fixed radio Termination
GAP Generic Access Profile
IAP ISDN Access Profile
IWU InterWorking Unit
LCE Link Control Entity
LLME Lower Layer Management Entity
MAC Medium Access Control
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MCID Malicious Call IDentification
MM Mobility Management
MMC Meet-Me Conference
MSN Multiple Subscriber Number
NWK Network
PAP Public Access Profile
PDU Protocol Data Unit
PBX Private Branch eXchange
PABX Private Automatic Branch eXchange
PP Portable Part
PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network
PT Portable radio Termination
REP Radio End Point
RFP Radio Fixed Part
RFPI Radio Fixed Part Identity
SAP Service Access Point
SUB SUBaddressing
SDU Service Data Unit
TI Transaction Identifier
UUS User-to-User Signalling
UUS1 UUS service 1
UUS2 UUS service 2
UUS3 UUS service 3
3.3 ISDN abbreviations and acronyms

For the purpose of this ETS, the following ISDN abbreviations and acronyms apply:

BRA Basic Rate Access
C C reference point
ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network
NT1 Network Termination 1
NT2 Network Termination 2
P P reference point
PRA Primary Rate Access
R R reference point
S S reference point
S/T S/T reference point
T T reference point
TA Terminal Adapter
TE1 ISDN terminal
TE2 non ISDN terminal
vBRA Virtual Basic Rate Access
SS Supplementary Services
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