Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Attachment requirements for terminal equipment for DECT Public Access Profile (PAP) applications

To produce a list of essential requirements and the references to the test cases in the Public Access Profile test specification.

Digitalne izboljšane brezvrvične telekomunikacije (DECT) - Priključitvene zahteve za terminalsko opremo za digitalne izboljšane brezvrvične telekomunikacije (DECT) - Dodatne zahteve za uporabo aplikacij DECT z javnim dostopom (PAP) za terminalsko opremo

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TECHNICAL TBR 11
BASIS for September 1994
REGULATION
Source: ETSI TC-RES Reference: DTBR/RES-03-11
ICS: 33.060
DECT, PAP
Key words:
Radio Equipment and Systems (RES);
Attachment requirements for terminal equipment for
Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)
Public Access Profile (PAP) applications
ETSI
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© European Telecommunications Standards Institute 1994. All rights reserved.
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..........................................................................................................................7

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

3.1 DECT definitions..................................................................................................................9

3.2 Abbreviations .....................................................................................................................11

4 How to use this TBR..........................................................................................................................12

5 Introduction to the TBR tables...........................................................................................................12

5.1 Introduction to PICS Essential Requirements Lists (PERLs) and Specific Essential

Requirements Lists (SERLs) .............................................................................................12

5.1.1 General..........................................................................................................12

5.1.2 Category........................................................................................................13

5.1.3 Entry number.................................................................................................13

5.1.4 The 4th column..............................................................................................13

5.1.4.1 PICS entry number for PERLS ............................................13

5.1.4.2 Standards reference for SERLs...........................................13

5.1.5 Status ............................................................................................................13

5.1.5.1 Essential (E) ........................................................................13

5.1.5.2 Optional Essential (OE) .......................................................13

5.1.5.3 Conditional Essential (CE)...................................................13

5.1.5.4 Not Essential (NE) ...............................................................14

5.1.6 Support column in the PICS..........................................................................14

5.2 Introduction to the timer, message, and information element tables.................................14

5.2.1 Status ............................................................................................................14

5.2.1.1 Essential (E) ........................................................................14

5.2.1.2 Optional Essential (OE) .......................................................14

5.2.1.3 Conditional Essential (CE)...................................................14

5.2.1.4 Not Essential (NE) ...............................................................15

5.2.1.5 eXcluded..............................................................................15

6 PICS Essential Requirements Lists (PERLs)....................................................................................16

6.1 PT features ........................................................................................................................16

6.2 PT procedures ...................................................................................................................17

6.3 FT features ........................................................................................................................19

6.4 FT procedures ...................................................................................................................21

7 Specific Essential Requirements Lists (SERLs)................................................................................23

7.1 PT SERL............................................................................................................................23

7.2 FT SERL ............................................................................................................................23

8 Protocol parameter tables .................................................................................................................24

8.1 PT timers ...........................................................................................................................24

8.2 PT messages.....................................................................................................................25

8.2.1 PT call control messages ..............................................................................25

8.2.2 PT mobility management messages.............................................................25

8.2.3 PT link control entity messages.....................................................................26

8.3 PT information elements....................................................................................................27

8.4 FT timers............................................................................................................................28

8.5 FT messages.....................................................................................................................29

8.5.1 FT call control messages ..............................................................................29

8.5.2 FT mobility management messages .............................................................30

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8.5.3 FT link control entity messages .................................................................... 31

8.6 FT information elements ................................................................................................... 31

9 List of abstract test cases to be run.................................................................................................. 33

9.1 PT test cases .................................................................................................................... 33

9.1.1 Always essential ........................................................................................... 33

9.1.2 Essential for outgoing call feature, enbloc dialling........................................ 34

9.1.3 Essential for outgoing call feature, piecewise dialling................................... 34

9.1.4 Essential for location de-registration feature ................................................ 34

9.1.5 Essential for partial release feature .............................................................. 34

9.1.6 Essential for display implemented ................................................................ 34

9.1.7 Essential for tone implemented .................................................................... 34

9.2 FT test cases..................................................................................................................... 34

9.2.1 Always essential ........................................................................................... 34

9.2.2 Essential if no intra-cell connection handover feature .................................. 35

9.2.3 Essential if no intra-cell bearer handover feature ......................................... 35

9.2.4 Essential for inter-cell bearer handover feature............................................ 35

9.2.5 Essential for inter-cell connection handover feature..................................... 35

9.2.6 Essential if SARIs supported ........................................................................ 35

9.2.7 Essential if TARIs supported ........................................................................ 35

9.2.8 Essential for incoming call feature................................................................ 35

9.2.9 Essential for authentication of user feature .................................................. 35

9.2.10 Essential for location de-registration feature ................................................ 35

9.2.11 Essential for ZAP terminate feature.............................................................. 36

9.2.12 Essential for ZAP suspend feature ............................................................... 36

9.2.13 Essential for identification of PT procedure .................................................. 36

Annex A (informative): Bibliography ....................................................................................................... 37

History......................................................................................................................................................... 38

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Foreword

This Technical Basis for Regulation (TBR) has been produced by the Radio Equipment and Systems

(RES) Technical Committee of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).

Details of the Digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common Interface may be found in

ETS 300 175 Parts 1 - 9 [1] to [9].

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

ETR 056.

This TBR contains the technical characteristics particular to public access services using the DECT Public

Access Profile (PAP) provided by terminal equipment which is capable of connection to a public

telecommunications network and which uses DECT cordless communications.

General attachment requirements and speech attachment requirements are covered by TBR 6 [11] and

TBR 10 [12] respectively.
This TBR refers to ETS 300 323 Parts 1 - 7 [15] to [21], the PAP specification.
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1 Scope

This TBR specifies the technical characteristics particular to public access services using the DECT

Public Access Profile (PAP) provided by terminal equipment which is capable of connection to a public

telecommunications network and which uses DECT cordless communications. The cordless

transmissions for such terminal equipment operate within the frequency band 1 880 - 1 900 MHz.

Where applicable, this TBR is in addition to the attachment requirements for the appropriate public

network (see NOTE 1), and to the TBRs for DECT general attachment requirements and for telephony

applications. This TBR applies to DECT equipment declared to conform to the Public Access Profile

(PAP).

This TBR covers the essential requirements for air interface interworking. DECT comprises two

equipment elements, referred to as a Fixed Part (FP) and a Portable Part (PP). Where a feature is

indicated as optional it need not be provided, but where such a feature is provided, the FP and/or PP shall

conform to the requirements and tests of this TBR. This TBR is structured to allow type approval of the FP

and PP as separate items.

For each requirement in this TBR, a test is given, including measurement methods. The terminal

equipment may be stimulated to perform the tests by additional equipment if necessary.

NOTE 1: TBR for basic ISDN, TBR for primary rate ISDN, or national regulations (implementing

ETS 300 001) for PSTN. Interconnection of a DECT terminal to a GSM network is still

under study; in due course, the scope statement may need amending to reflect this

point.
NOTE 2: This TBR is based on the provisions of ETS 300 175-9 [9].
2 Normative references

This TBR 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 TBR 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".
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[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] 91/263/EEC: "Council Directive of 29 April 1991 on the approximation of the
laws of the Member states concerning telecommunications terminal equipment,
including the mutual recognition of their conformity. (Terminal Directive)".
[11] TBR 6: "General Attachment Requirements for Terminal Equipment for Digital
European Telecommunications (DECT)".
[12] TBR 10: "Attachment Requirements for Terminal Equipment for Digital
European Telecommunications (DECT): Telephony Applications".
[13] I-ETS 300 176: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital European
Cordless Telecommunications Approval Test Specification".
[14] Reserved
[15] Final draft prETS 300 323-1: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital
European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Public Access Profile Test
Specification Part 1: Overview".
[16] Final draft prETS 300 323-2: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital
European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Public Access Profile Test
Specification Part 2: Portable Radio Termination Abstract Test Suite".
[17] Final draft prETS 300 323-3: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital
European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Public Access Profile Test
Specification Part 3: Portable Radio Termination Protocol Implementation
Conformance Statement (PICS) proforma".
[18] Final draft prETS 300 323-4: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital
European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Public Access Profile Test
Specification Part 4: Portable Radio Termination Protocol Implementation eXtra
Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma".
[19] Final draft prETS 300 323-5: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital
European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Public Access Profile Test
Specification Part 5: Fixed Radio Termination Abstract Test Suite".
[20] Final draft prETS 300 323-6: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital
European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Public Access Profile Test
Specification Part 6: Fixed Radio Termination Protocol Implementation
Conformance Statement (PICS) proforma".
[21] Final draft prETS 300 323-7: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital
European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Public Access Profile Test
Specification Part 7: Fixed Radio Termination Protocol Implementation eXtra
Information for Testing (PIXIT) proforma".
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3 Definitions and abbreviations
3.1 DECT definitions
For the purposes of this TBR, the following definitions apply:

Attach: the process whereby a portable part within the coverage area of a fixed part 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 1: An operative portable part is assumed to be ready to receive calls.

Authentication: the process whereby a DECT subscriber is positively verified to be a legitimate user of a

particular fixed part.

NOTE 2: Authentication is generally performed at call setup, but may also be done at any other

time (e.g. during a call).

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

transmission of signals between user-network interfaces.

NOTE 3: The DECT user-network interface corresponds to the top of the network layer (layer 3).

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 4: The C-plane stack always contains protocol entities up to and including the network

layer.

Call: all of the NWK layer processes involved in one network layer peer-to-peer association.

NOTE 5: Call may sometimes be used to refer to processes of all layers, since lower layer

processes are implicitly required.

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 6: 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 7: A fixed radio termination only includes elements that are defined in ETS 300 175 Parts

1 - 9 [1] to [9]. This includes radio transmission elements together with a selection of

layer 2 and layer 3 elements.

Geographically unique identity: this term relates to fixed part identities, PARIs and RFPIs. It indicates

that two systems with the same PARI, or respectively two RFPs with the same RFPI, can not be reached

or listened to at the same geographical position.

NOTE 8: 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 9: The term does not include legal or regulatory aspects, nor does it indicate if the

network is a public or a private network.

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

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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 10: 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.

Incoming call: a call received at a portable part.

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 NWK layer.

NOTE 11: The lower layer reconnection can either be at the DLC layer (connection handover) or

at the MAC layer (bearer handover).

Inter-operability: 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).

Inter-operator roaming: roaming between fixed part coverage areas of different operators (different

service providers).
InterWorking Unit (IWU): a unit that is used to interconnect subnetworks.

NOTE 12: The IWU will contain the interworking functions necessary to support the required

subnetwork interworking.

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.

Intra-operator 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 13: 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 14: These databases are not included within the DECT fixed radio termination.

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.

NetWorK (NWK): all the means of providing telecommunication services between a number of locations

where the services are accessed via equipment attached to the network.
Outgoing call: a call originating from a portable part.
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Portable Application (PA): a logical grouping that contains all the elements that lie beyond the DECT

network boundary on the portable side.

NOTE 15: 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. Portable part is a generic term that may describe one or several physical

pieces.

NOTE 16: 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 17: A portable radio termination only includes elements that are defined in ETS 300 175

Parts 1 - 9 [1] to [9]. 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) that ensures

interoperability between fixed parts and portable parts for public access services.

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.

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

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

more fixed parts.

NOTE 19: Subscription registration is usually required before a user can make or receive calls.

3.2 Abbreviations
For the purposes of this TBR, the following abbreviations apply:
ATS Abstract Test Suite
CI Common air Interface
DECT Digital European Cordless Telecommunications
FP Fixed Part
FT Fixed radio Termination
GNW Global NetWork
ISO International Organisation for Standardisation
IUT Implementation Under Test
IWU Inter Working Unit
LNW Local NetWork
OSI Open Systems Interconnection
PA Portable Application
PAP Public Access Profile
PERL PICS Essential Requirements List
PICS Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement
PIXIT Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing
PP Portable Part
PT Portable radio Termination
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RFP Radio Fixed Part
SERL Specific Essential Requirement List
TTCN Tree and Tabular Combined Notation
4 How to use this TBR

This TBR contains one set of tables for the PT and one set of tables for the FT. Each set of tables

consists of:
- a PERL feature table;
- a PERL procedure table;
- a SERL table;
- a timer table;
- the upper level message tables; and
- an upper level information element table.

The TBR tables can be used in conjunction with the PAP PICS documents in ETS 300 323-3 [17], ETS

300 323-6 [20] and the PAP test specification overview ETS 300 323-1 [15] for the following purposes:

1) to indicate which procedures, messages, information elements and the contents of which are

required in order to support the "essential" requirements;

2) to provide the complete set of questions in order to perform automatic test case selection using the

expressions described in ETS 300 323-2 [16] and ETS 300 323-5 [19]. For automatic test case

selection according to this TBR the system variable v_tbr11 should be set to TRUE. Also, the

system variable v_pap may be set to TRUE if combined TBR11/PAP test case selection is

performed.

When testing according to the requirements of the Terminal Directive [10], the PERL tables list the rows of

the PICS tables for features and procedures which are essential according to these requirements. All

other rows in the PICS tables for features and procedures not referred to in the PERLs are considered not

essential. The timer tables, upper level message tables and upper level information element tables in this

TBR specify the status of the timers, messages and information elements associated with the features

and procedures listed in the PERL tables. The status of these timers, messages and information elements

are derived from the status of the features and procedures specified in the PERL tables. All messages not

included in one of the upper level message tables of this TBR are considered not essential.

During voluntary testing i.e. when outside the scope of the Terminal Directive [10], the PICS or

ETS 300 323-3 [17] and ETS 300 323-6 [20] can be used independently without any cross-referencing to

the TBR tables.

The list of test cases to be run shows the selected test cases for the essential, optional essential and the

conditional essential requirements.
5 Introduction to the TBR tables

5.1 Introduction to PICS Essential Requirements Lists (PERLs) and Specific Essential

Requirements Lists (SERLs)
5.1.1 General

The PERL tables indicate which features and procedures are Essential (E), Optionally Essential (OE) or

Conditionally Essential (CE). The features and procedures are refere
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