Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) - Voice plus Data (V+D) and Direct Mode Operation (DMO) - Part 5: Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI)

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

Prizemni snopovni radio (TETRA) - Govor in podatki (V+D) - 5. del: Vmesnik periferne opreme (PEI)

Pričujoč dokument določa funkcionalne in tehnične vidike TETRA vmesnika periferna opreme (PEI), ki je vmesnik med tipom 2 terminalne opreme in tipom 2 mobilnega priključka na referenčni točki RT.

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6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
Start Date
11-Aug-2010
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16-Oct-2010
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09-Sep-2010

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Prizemni snopovni radio (TETRA) - Govor in podatki (V+D) - 5. del: Vmesnik periferne opreme (PEI)Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) - Voice plus Data (V+D) and Direct Mode Operation (DMO) - Part 5: Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI)33.070.10Prizemni snopovni radio (TETRA)Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA)ICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 300 392-5 Version 2.2.1SIST EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1:2010en01-oktober-2010SIST EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1:2010SLOVENSKI

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ETSI EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1 (2010-07)European Standard (Telecommunications series) Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA);Voice plus Data (V+D) and Direct Mode Operation (DMO);Part 5: Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI) SIST EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1:2010

ETSI ETSI EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1 (2010-07) 2

Reference REN/TETRA-04176 Keywords data, interface, TETRA, V+D, voice ETSI 650 Route des Lucioles F-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - FRANCE

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ETSI ETSI EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1 (2010-07) 3 Contents Intellectual Property Rights .............................................................................................................................. 19 Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................... 19 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 20 1 Scope ...................................................................................................................................................... 21 2 References .............................................................................................................................................. 21 2.1 Normative references ....................................................................................................................................... 21 2.2 Informative references ...................................................................................................................................... 23 3 Symbols and abbreviations ..................................................................................................................... 23 3.1 Symbols ............................................................................................................................................................ 23 3.2 Abbreviations ................................................................................................................................................... 24 4 Overview of TETRA PEI ....................................................................................................................... 26 4.1 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 26 4.2 Protocol architecture......................................................................................................................................... 27 4.3 Context model .................................................................................................................................................. 27 4.4 Void .................................................................................................................................................................. 30 4.5 SDS Message stacks ......................................................................................................................................... 30 4.5.1 Status message texts.................................................................................................................................... 30 4.5.2 SDS 1 message texts ................................................................................................................................... 30 4.5.3 Status and SDS types 1, 2 and 3 ................................................................................................................. 30 4.5.4 SDS type 4 .................................................................................................................................................. 31 4.6 Phone books ..................................................................................................................................................... 31 4.7 Reserved status values considerations .............................................................................................................. 31 4.8 SDS-TL considerations .................................................................................................................................... 31 4.9 AT commands .................................................................................................................................................. 32 4.9.1 General on AT commands .......................................................................................................................... 32 4.9.2 AT command state ...................................................................................................................................... 34 4.9.3 AT circuit mode data state .......................................................................................................................... 34 4.9.4 TNP1 and packet data state ......................................................................................................................... 35 4.9.5 Transitions between states .......................................................................................................................... 35 4.9.5.1 Transition from AT command state to AT circuit mode data state ....................................................... 35 4.9.5.2 Transition from AT circuit mode data state to AT command state ....................................................... 35 4.9.5.3 Transition from AT command state to TNP1 or packet data state ........................................................ 36 4.9.5.4 Transition from TNP1 and packet data state to AT command state ...................................................... 36 4.10 TNP1 and IP network layer .............................................................................................................................. 36 4.10.1 General operation ........................................................................................................................................ 36 4.10.2 IP addressing ............................................................................................................................................... 36 4.10.3 Local mode ................................................................................................................................................. 37 4.10.4 Wide mode .................................................................................................................................................. 37 4.11 TNP1 operation ................................................................................................................................................ 37 4.12 Link start up at the MT ..................................................................................................................................... 38 5 Physical layer ......................................................................................................................................... 38 5.1 General on physical layer ................................................................................................................................. 38 5.2 Physical layer for V.24/V.28 ............................................................................................................................ 39 5.2.1 Electrical characteristics for V.24/V.28 ...................................................................................................... 39 5.2.2 Physical connection .................................................................................................................................... 39 5.2.3 Character format ......................................................................................................................................... 40 5.2.4 Data transmission rate for V.24/V.28 ......................................................................................................... 40 5.3 Wire-line high rate connectivity technologies .................................................................................................. 40 5.3.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................ 40 5.3.2 Universal Serial Bus ................................................................................................................................... 41 5.3.3 USB On-The-Go ......................................................................................................................................... 42 5.4 Wireless high rate connectivity ........................................................................................................................ 42 5.4.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................ 42 SIST EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1:2010

ETSI ETSI EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1 (2010-07) 4 5.4.2 Wireless Security ........................................................................................................................................ 42 5.4.3 Certified Wireless USB .............................................................................................................................. 43 5.4.4 Bluetooth .................................................................................................................................................... 43 6 AT command set .................................................................................................................................... 43 6.1 General on AT command set ............................................................................................................................ 43 6.2 Limitations ....................................................................................................................................................... 44 6.3 SDS user data ................................................................................................................................................... 44 6.4 AT command syntax ........................................................................................................................................ 45 6.4.1 General on AT command syntax ................................................................................................................ 45 6.4.2 Command line ............................................................................................................................................. 45 6.4.2.1 Prefix ..................................................................................................................................................... 45 6.4.2.2 Body ...................................................................................................................................................... 45 6.4.2.3 Termination Character .......................................................................................................................... 45 6.4.2.4 Concatenating extended commands ...................................................................................................... 45 6.4.3 Command Types ......................................................................................................................................... 45 6.4.4 Parameters................................................................................................................................................... 46 6.4.5 Examples .................................................................................................................................................... 46 6.4.6 Information responses and result codes ...................................................................................................... 46 6.4.6.1 General on information responses and result codes .............................................................................. 46 6.4.6.2 Information Responses .......................................................................................................................... 47 6.4.6.3 Result Code ........................................................................................................................................... 47 6.4.6.4 Examples ............................................................................................................................................... 47 6.4.7 Handling of unknown parameters ............................................................................................................... 48 6.5 Existing V.250 commands for call control ....................................................................................................... 48 6.5.1 Commands .................................................................................................................................................. 48 6.5.2 Result Codes ............................................................................................................................................... 49 6.5.3 Dialled string and user identity ................................................................................................................... 49 6.6 Existing V.250 commands for PEI control ....................................................................................................... 50 6.7 Existing V.250 commands for generic MT control .......................................................................................... 50 6.8 Existing Hayes AT commands for PEI control ................................................................................................ 51 6.9 Existing GSM commands for MT control ........................................................................................................ 51 6.10 Modified PCCA wireless extended commands ................................................................................................ 52 6.11 Modified Cellular commands for MT control .................................................................................................. 52 6.11.1 General on cellular commands for MT control ........................................................................................... 52 6.11.2 MT Capabilities +GCAP ............................................................................................................................ 52 6.11.2.1 General on +GCAP ............................................................................................................................... 52 6.11.2.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 52 6.11.2.3 GCAP Read and Unsolicited Result Code Text .................................................................................... 52 6.11.3 Network registration +CREG ..................................................................................................................... 53 6.11.3.1 General on +CREG ............................................................................................................................... 53 6.11.3.2 CREG Set Syntax .................................................................................................................................. 53 6.11.3.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 53 6.11.3.4 CREG Read and Unsolicited Result Code Text .................................................................................... 53 6.11.4 Get MT TETRA identities +CNUM ........................................................................................................... 53 6.11.4.1 General on +CNUM .............................................................................................................................. 53 6.11.4.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 53 6.11.4.3 CNUM Read Result Code Text ............................................................................................................. 53 6.11.5 Get MT TETRA Identities (alternative commands) ................................................................................... 54 6.11.5.1 Get MT TETRA Fixed identity number(s): ITSI, and Gateway address(es) +CNUMF ....................... 54 6.11.5.1.1 General on +CNUMF ...................................................................................................................... 54 6.11.5.1.2 Description ...................................................................................................................................... 54 6.11.5.1.3 CNUMF Read Result Code Text ..................................................................................................... 54 6.11.5.2 Get MT static group identities +CNUMS ............................................................................................. 54 6.11.5.2.1 General on +CNUMS ...................................................................................................................... 54 6.11.5.2.2 Description ...................................................................................................................................... 54 6.11.5.2.3 CNUMS Set Syntax ......................................................................................................................... 55 6.11.5.2.4 CNUMS Read and Unsolicited Result Code Text ........................................................................... 55 6.11.5.3 Get MT dynamic group identities +CNUMD ....................................................................................... 55 6.11.5.3.1 General on + CNUMD .................................................................................................................... 55 6.11.5.3.2 Description ...................................................................................................................................... 55 6.11.5.3.3 CNUMD Set Syntax ........................................................................................................................ 55 SIST EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1:2010

ETSI ETSI EN 300 392-5 V2.2.1 (2010-07) 5 6.11.5.3.4 CNUMD Read and Unsolicited Result Code Text .......................................................................... 55 6.12 Modified GSM SDS message stack commands ............................................................................................... 56 6.12.1 General on Modified GSM SDS message stack commands ....................................................................... 56 6.12.2 Delete message +CMGD ............................................................................................................................ 56 6.12.2.1 General on +CMGD .............................................................................................................................. 56 6.12.2.2 CMGD Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................ 56 6.12.2.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 56 6.12.3 List messages +CMGL ............................................................................................................................... 56 6.12.3.1 General on +CMGL .............................................................................................................................. 56 6.12.3.2 CMGL Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................. 56 6.12.3.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 57 6.12.3.4 CMGL Set Result Code Text ................................................................................................................ 57 6.12.4 Read message +CMGR ............................................................................................................................... 57 6.12.4.1 General on +CMGR .............................................................................................................................. 57 6.12.4.2 CMGR Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................. 57 6.12.4.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 57 6.12.4.4 CMGR Set and unsolicited Result Codes.............................................................................................. 57 6.12.5 Write message +CMGW ............................................................................................................................. 58 6.12.5.1 General on +CMGW ............................................................................................................................. 58 6.12.5.2 CMGW Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................ 58 6.12.5.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 58 6.12.5.4 CMGW Set Result Codes ...................................................................................................................... 58 6.12.6 Message send from store +CMSS ............................................................................................................... 59 6.12.6.1 General on +CMSS ............................................................................................................................... 59 6.12.6.2 CMSS Set Syntax .................................................................................................................................. 59 6.12.6.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 59 6.12.6.4 CMSS Set Result Codes ........................................................................................................................ 59 6.12.7 New message indication +CMTI ................................................................................................................ 59 6.12.7.1 General on +CMTI ................................................................................................................................ 59 6.12.7.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 59 6.12.7.3 CMTI Unsolicited Result Code Text .................................................................................................... 60 6.13 Modified GSM SDS direct commands ............................................................................................................. 60 6.13.1 General on GSM SDS direct commands ..................................................................................................... 60 6.13.2 Send message +CMGS ............................................................................................................................... 60 6.13.2.1 General on +CMGS .............................................................................................................................. 60 6.13.2.2 CMGS Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................. 60 6.13.2.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 60 6.13.2.4 CMGS Set and Unsolicited Result Code Text ...................................................................................... 60 6.13.3 TETRA SDS Receive +CTSDSR ............................................................................................................... 61 6.13.3.1 General on +CTSDSR ........................................................................................................................... 61 6.13.3.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 61 6.13.3.3 CTSDSR unsolicited Result Codes ....................................................................................................... 61 6.14 TETRA MT control commands ........................................................................................................................ 61 6.14.1 General on TETRA MT control commands ............................................................................................... 61 6.14.2 TETRA Broadcast +CTBCT ...................................................................................................................... 61 6.14.2.1 General on +CTBCT ............................................................................................................................. 61 6.14.2.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 61 6.14.2.3 CTBCT Result Code text ...................................................................................................................... 61 6.14.3 TETRA Status Text Read +CTSTR ............................................................................................................ 62 6.14.3.1 General on +CTSTR ............................................................................................................................. 62 6.14.3.2 CTSTR Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................ 62 6.14.3.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 62 6.14.3.4 CTSTR Read Result Code text.............................................................................................................. 62 6.14.4 TETRA Service Profile +CTSP .................................................................................................................. 62 6.14.4.1 General on +CTSP ................................................................................................................................ 62 6.14.4.2 CTSP Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................... 62 6.14.4.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 62 6.14.4.4 CTSP Read Result Code text ................................................................................................................ 64 6.14.5 TETRA service definition for Circuit Mode services +CTSDC .

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Final draft ETSI EN 300 392-5 V2.2.0 (2010-03)
European Standard (Telecommunications series)
Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA);
Voice plus Data (V+D) and Direct Mode Operation (DMO);
Part 5: Peripheral Equipment Interface (PEI)
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2 Final draft ETSI EN 300 392-5 V2.2.0 (2010-03)
Reference
REN/TETRA-04176
Keywords
data, interface, TETRA, V+D, voice
ETSI
650 Route des Lucioles
F-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - FRANCE
Tel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00 Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16
Siret N° 348 623 562 00017 - NAF 742 C
Association à but non lucratif enregistrée à la
Sous-Préfecture de Grasse (06) N° 7803/88
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Contents

Intellectual Property Rights .............................................................................................................................. 19

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................... 19

Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 20

1 Scope ...................................................................................................................................................... 21

2 References .............................................................................................................................................. 21

2.1 Normative references ....................................................................................................................................... 21

2.2 Informative references ...................................................................................................................................... 23

3 Symbols and abbreviations ..................................................................................................................... 23

3.1 Symbols ............................................................................................................................................................ 23

3.2 Abbreviations ................................................................................................................................................... 24

4 Overview of TETRA PEI ....................................................................................................................... 26

4.1 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 26

4.2 Protocol architecture......................................................................................................................................... 27

4.3 Context model .................................................................................................................................................. 27

4.4 Void .................................................................................................................................................................. 30

4.5 SDS Message stacks ......................................................................................................................................... 30

4.5.1 Status message texts.................................................................................................................................... 30

4.5.2 SDS 1 message texts ................................................................................................................................... 30

4.5.3 Status and SDS types 1, 2 and 3 ................................................................................................................. 30

4.5.4 SDS type 4 .................................................................................................................................................. 31

4.6 Phone books ..................................................................................................................................................... 31

4.7 Reserved status values considerations .............................................................................................................. 31

4.8 SDS-TL considerations .................................................................................................................................... 31

4.9 AT commands .................................................................................................................................................. 32

4.9.1 General on AT commands .......................................................................................................................... 32

4.9.2 AT command state ...................................................................................................................................... 34

4.9.3 AT circuit mode data state .......................................................................................................................... 34

4.9.4 TNP1 and packet data state ......................................................................................................................... 35

4.9.5 Transitions between states .......................................................................................................................... 35

4.9.5.1 Transition from AT command state to AT circuit mode data state ....................................................... 35

4.9.5.2 Transition from AT circuit mode data state to AT command state ....................................................... 35

4.9.5.3 Transition from AT command state to TNP1 or packet data state ........................................................ 36

4.9.5.4 Transition from TNP1 and packet data state to AT command state ...................................................... 36

4.10 TNP1 and IP network layer .............................................................................................................................. 36

4.10.1 General operation ........................................................................................................................................ 36

4.10.2 IP addressing ............................................................................................................................................... 36

4.10.3 Local mode ................................................................................................................................................. 37

4.10.4 Wide mode .................................................................................................................................................. 37

4.11 TNP1 operation ................................................................................................................................................ 37

4.12 Link start up at the MT ..................................................................................................................................... 38

5 Physical layer ......................................................................................................................................... 38

5.1 General on physical layer ................................................................................................................................. 38

5.2 Physical layer for V.24/V.28 ............................................................................................................................ 39

5.2.1 Electrical characteristics for V.24/V.28 ...................................................................................................... 39

5.2.2 Physical connection .................................................................................................................................... 39

5.2.3 Character format ......................................................................................................................................... 40

5.2.4 Data transmission rate for V.24/V.28 ......................................................................................................... 40

5.3 Wire-line high rate connectivity technologies .................................................................................................. 40

5.3.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................ 40

5.3.2 Universal Serial Bus ................................................................................................................................... 41

5.3.3 USB On-The-Go ......................................................................................................................................... 42

5.4 Wireless high rate connectivity ........................................................................................................................ 42

5.4.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................ 42

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5.4.2 Wireless Security ........................................................................................................................................ 42

5.4.3 Certified Wireless USB .............................................................................................................................. 43

5.4.4 Bluetooth .................................................................................................................................................... 43

6 AT command set .................................................................................................................................... 43

6.1 General on AT command set ............................................................................................................................ 43

6.2 Limitations ....................................................................................................................................................... 44

6.3 SDS user data ................................................................................................................................................... 44

6.4 AT command syntax ........................................................................................................................................ 45

6.4.1 General on AT command syntax ................................................................................................................ 45

6.4.2 Command line ............................................................................................................................................. 45

6.4.2.1 Prefix ..................................................................................................................................................... 45

6.4.2.2 Body ...................................................................................................................................................... 45

6.4.2.3 Termination Character .......................................................................................................................... 45

6.4.2.4 Concatenating extended commands ...................................................................................................... 45

6.4.3 Command Types ......................................................................................................................................... 45

6.4.4 Parameters................................................................................................................................................... 46

6.4.5 Examples .................................................................................................................................................... 46

6.4.6 Information responses and result codes ...................................................................................................... 46

6.4.6.1 General on information responses and result codes .............................................................................. 46

6.4.6.2 Information Responses .......................................................................................................................... 47

6.4.6.3 Result Code ........................................................................................................................................... 47

6.4.6.4 Examples ............................................................................................................................................... 47

6.4.7 Handling of unknown parameters ............................................................................................................... 48

6.5 Existing V.250 commands for call control ....................................................................................................... 48

6.5.1 Commands .................................................................................................................................................. 48

6.5.2 Result Codes ............................................................................................................................................... 49

6.5.3 Dialled string and user identity ................................................................................................................... 49

6.6 Existing V.250 commands for PEI control ....................................................................................................... 50

6.7 Existing V.250 commands for generic MT control .......................................................................................... 50

6.8 Existing Hayes AT commands for PEI control ................................................................................................ 51

6.9 Existing GSM commands for MT control ........................................................................................................ 51

6.10 Modified PCCA wireless extended commands ................................................................................................ 52

6.11 Modified Cellular commands for MT control .................................................................................................. 52

6.11.1 General on cellular commands for MT control ........................................................................................... 52

6.11.2 MT Capabilities +GCAP ............................................................................................................................ 52

6.11.2.1 General on +GCAP ............................................................................................................................... 52

6.11.2.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 52

6.11.2.3 GCAP Read and Unsolicited Result Code Text .................................................................................... 52

6.11.3 Network registration +CREG ..................................................................................................................... 53

6.11.3.1 General on +CREG ............................................................................................................................... 53

6.11.3.2 CREG Set Syntax .................................................................................................................................. 53

6.11.3.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 53

6.11.3.4 CREG Read and Unsolicited Result Code Text .................................................................................... 53

6.11.4 Get MT TETRA identities +CNUM ........................................................................................................... 53

6.11.4.1 General on +CNUM .............................................................................................................................. 53

6.11.4.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 53

6.11.4.3 CNUM Read Result Code Text ............................................................................................................. 53

6.11.5 Get MT TETRA Identities (alternative commands) ................................................................................... 54

6.11.5.1 Get MT TETRA Fixed identity number(s): ITSI, and Gateway address(es) +CNUMF ....................... 54

6.11.5.1.1 General on +CNUMF ...................................................................................................................... 54

6.11.5.1.2 Description ...................................................................................................................................... 54

6.11.5.1.3 CNUMF Read Result Code Text ..................................................................................................... 54

6.11.5.2 Get MT static group identities +CNUMS ............................................................................................. 54

6.11.5.2.1 General on +CNUMS ...................................................................................................................... 54

6.11.5.2.2 Description ...................................................................................................................................... 54

6.11.5.2.3 CNUMS Set Syntax ......................................................................................................................... 55

6.11.5.2.4 CNUMS Read and Unsolicited Result Code Text ........................................................................... 55

6.11.5.3 Get MT dynamic group identities +CNUMD ....................................................................................... 55

6.11.5.3.1 General on + CNUMD .................................................................................................................... 55

6.11.5.3.2 Description ...................................................................................................................................... 55

6.11.5.3.3 CNUMD Set Syntax ........................................................................................................................ 55

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6.11.5.3.4 CNUMD Read and Unsolicited Result Code Text .......................................................................... 55

6.12 Modified GSM SDS message stack commands ............................................................................................... 56

6.12.1 General on Modified GSM SDS message stack commands ....................................................................... 56

6.12.2 Delete message +CMGD ............................................................................................................................ 56

6.12.2.1 General on +CMGD .............................................................................................................................. 56

6.12.2.2 CMGD Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................ 56

6.12.2.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 56

6.12.3 List messages +CMGL ............................................................................................................................... 56

6.12.3.1 General on +CMGL .............................................................................................................................. 56

6.12.3.2 CMGL Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................. 56

6.12.3.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 57

6.12.3.4 CMGL Set Result Code Text ................................................................................................................ 57

6.12.4 Read message +CMGR ............................................................................................................................... 57

6.12.4.1 General on +CMGR .............................................................................................................................. 57

6.12.4.2 CMGR Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................. 57

6.12.4.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 57

6.12.4.4 CMGR Set and unsolicited Result Codes.............................................................................................. 57

6.12.5 Write message +CMGW ............................................................................................................................. 58

6.12.5.1 General on +CMGW ............................................................................................................................. 58

6.12.5.2 CMGW Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................ 58

6.12.5.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 58

6.12.5.4 CMGW Set Result Codes ...................................................................................................................... 58

6.12.6 Message send from store +CMSS ............................................................................................................... 59

6.12.6.1 General on +CMSS ............................................................................................................................... 59

6.12.6.2 CMSS Set Syntax .................................................................................................................................. 59

6.12.6.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 59

6.12.6.4 CMSS Set Result Codes ........................................................................................................................ 59

6.12.7 New message indication +CMTI ................................................................................................................ 59

6.12.7.1 General on +CMTI ................................................................................................................................ 59

6.12.7.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 59

6.12.7.3 CMTI Unsolicited Result Code Text .................................................................................................... 60

6.13 Modified GSM SDS direct commands ............................................................................................................. 60

6.13.1 General on GSM SDS direct commands ..................................................................................................... 60

6.13.2 Send message +CMGS ............................................................................................................................... 60

6.13.2.1 General on +CMGS .............................................................................................................................. 60

6.13.2.2 CMGS Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................. 60

6.13.2.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 60

6.13.2.4 CMGS Set and Unsolicited Result Code Text ...................................................................................... 60

6.13.3 TETRA SDS Receive +CTSDSR ............................................................................................................... 61

6.13.3.1 General on +CTSDSR ........................................................................................................................... 61

6.13.3.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 61

6.13.3.3 CTSDSR unsolicited Result Codes ....................................................................................................... 61

6.14 TETRA MT control commands ........................................................................................................................ 61

6.14.1 General on TETRA MT control commands ............................................................................................... 61

6.14.2 TETRA Broadcast +CTBCT ...................................................................................................................... 61

6.14.2.1 General on +CTBCT ............................................................................................................................. 61

6.14.2.2 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 61

6.14.2.3 CTBCT Result Code text ...................................................................................................................... 61

6.14.3 TETRA Status Text Read +CTSTR ............................................................................................................ 62

6.14.3.1 General on +CTSTR ............................................................................................................................. 62

6.14.3.2 CTSTR Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................ 62

6.14.3.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 62

6.14.3.4 CTSTR Read Result Code text.............................................................................................................. 62

6.14.4 TETRA Service Profile +CTSP .................................................................................................................. 62

6.14.4.1 General on +CTSP ................................................................................................................................ 62

6.14.4.2 CTSP Set Syntax ................................................................................................................................... 62

6.14.4.3 Description ............................................................................................................................................ 62

6.14.4.4 CTSP Read Result Code text ................................................................................................................ 64

6.14.5 TETRA service definition for Circuit Mode services +CTSDC ................................................................. 64

6.14.5.1 General on +CTSDC ...............................................................................................................

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