Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobile communications (GSM); Attachment requirements for DECT/GSM dual-mode terminal equipment

To define the Harmonised standard for DECT/GSM  dual-mode portables/mobiles with the aim of achieving inter-operability between DECT/GSM portables/mobiles and GAP or GSM infrastructure. To investigate which additional essential requirements to TBR 022 and the GSM TBRs (see TC SMG) have to be considered for the type approval of DECT/GSM dual-mode portables/mobiles.  Deliverable = Harmonised standard for DECT/GSM dual-mode portables/mobiles. [Candidate CTR 39]

Digitalne izboljšane brezvrvične telekomunikacije (DECT) - Globalni sistem mobilnih komunikacij (GSM) - Zahteve za priključevanje za dvozvrstno terminalsko opremo DECT/GSM

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobile communications (GSM); Attachment requirements for DECT/GSM dual-mode terminal equipment33.070.50Globalni sistem za mobilno telekomunikacijo (GSM)Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM)33.070.30'(&7Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)ICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 301 439 V1.1.13SIST EN 301 439:2000en01-PDM-20003SIST EN 301 439:2000SLOVENSKI

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EN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)European Standard (Telecommunications series)Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT);Global System for Mobile communications (GSM);Attachment requirements for DECT/GSMdual-mode terminal equipmentSIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)2ReferenceDEN/DECT-010060 (dbo00ico.PDF)KeywordsDECT, GSM, radio, terminal, regulationETSIPostal addressF-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - FRANCEOffice address650 Route des Lucioles - Sophia AntipolisValbonne - FRANCETel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00

Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16Siret N° 348 623 562 00017 - NAF 742 CAssociation à but non lucratif enregistrée à laSous-Préfecture de Grasse (06) N° 7803/88Internetsecretariat@etsi.frIndividual copies of this ETSI deliverablecan be downloaded fromhttp://www.etsi.orgIf you find errors in the present document, send yourcomment to: editor@etsi.frCopyright NotificationNo part may be reproduced except as authorized by written permission.The copyright and the foregoing restriction extend to reproduction in all media.© European Telecommunications Standards Institute 1999.All rights reserved.SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)3ContentsIntellectual Property Rights...............................................................................................................................5Foreword............................................................................................................................................................51Scope........................................................................................................................................................62References...............................................................................................................................................63Definitions and abbreviations..................................................................................................................73.1Definitions.........................................................................................................................................................73.2Abbreviations.....................................................................................................................................................84Introduction and how to use the present document.................................................................................95Requirements...........................................................................................................................................95.1DECT requirements...........................................................................................................................................95.1.1Application of TBR 6...................................................................................................................................95.1.2Application of TBR 10.................................................................................................................................95.1.3Application of TBR 22.................................................................................................................................95.1.4Application of TBR 40...............................................................................................................................105.2GSM requirements...........................................................................................................................................105.2.1Application of TBR 19...............................................................................................................................105.2.2Application of TBR 20...............................................................................................................................105.2.3Application of TBR 31 ..............................................................................................................................105.2.4Application of TBR 32...............................................................................................................................105.3Additional DECT/GSM dual-mode requirements............................................................................................106Test specification...................................................................................................................................116.1Introduction.....................................................................................................................................................116.2Applying DECT test specifications..................................................................................................................116.2.1DMT does not support GSM reception when in DECT mode...................................................................116.2.2DMT supports GSM reception while idle in DECT mode.........................................................................126.2.3DMT supports GSM reception while idle or in active communication in DECT mode.............................136.3Applying GSM test specifications...................................................................................................................136.3.1DMT does not support DECT reception when in GSM mode...................................................................146.3.2DMT supports DECT reception while idle in GSM mode.........................................................................146.3.3DMT supports DECT reception while idle or in active communication in GSM mode.............................156.4Dual-mode specific test specifications.............................................................................................................166.4.1Protection of GSM network against excessive signalling...........................................................................166.4.1.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................166.4.1.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................166.4.1.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................166.4.1.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................176.4.2Protection of DECT FP against excessive signalling.................................................................................176.4.2.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................176.4.2.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................176.4.2.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................176.4.2.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................186.4.3Attach/detach on GSM due to mode change..............................................................................................186.4.3.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................186.4.3.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................186.4.3.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................186.4.3.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................186.4.4Location Registration on DECT due to mode change................................................................................186.4.4.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................186.4.4.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................186.4.4.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................196.4.4.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................19SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)46.4.5Parallel operation behaviour during DECT call.........................................................................................196.4.5.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................196.4.5.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................196.4.5.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................196.4.5.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................196.5Overview tables of test case selection..............................................................................................................206.5.1Overview table of DECT test case selection..............................................................................................206.5.2Overview table of GSM test case selection................................................................................................21Annex A (normative):Requirements Tables (RT)...........................................................................22A.1Introduction............................................................................................................................................22A.2Major capabilities..................................................................................................................................23A.2.1Mode of operation...........................................................................................................................................23A.2.2Mode selection mechanism..............................................................................................................................23A.2.3Mode selection details.....................................................................................................................................24A.2.4DECT profiles supported.................................................................................................................................24Bibliography....................................................................................................................................................25History..............................................................................................................................................................26SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)5Intellectual Property RightsIPRs essential or potentially essential to the present document may have been declared to ETSI. The informationpertaining to these essential IPRs, if any, is publicly available for ETSI members and non-members, and can be foundin SR 000 314: "Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs); Essential, or potentially Essential, IPRs notified to ETSI in respectof ETSI standards", which is available free of charge from the ETSI Secretariat. Latest updates are available on theETSI Web server (http://www.etsi.org/ipr).Pursuant to the ETSI IPR Policy, no investigation, including IPR searches, has been carried out by ETSI. No guaranteecan be given as to the existence of other IPRs not referenced in SR 000 314 (or the updates on the ETSI Web server)which are, or may be, or may become, essential to the present document.ForewordThis European Standard (Telecommunications series) has been produced by ETSI Project Digital Enhanced CordlessTelecommunications (DECT).The present document has been produced by ETSI in response to a mandate from the European Commission issuedunder Council Directive 98/34/EC (as amended) laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field oftechnical standards and regulations.The present document is intended to become a Harmonized Standard, the reference of which will be published in theOfficial Journal of the European Communities referencing the Directive 98/13/EC of the European Parliamant and of theCouncil relating to telecommunications terminal equipment and satellite earth station equipment, including the mutualrecognition of their conformity ("Directive 98/13/EC").National transposition datesDate of adoption of this EN:26 February 1999Date of latest announcement of this EN (doa):31 May 1999Date of latest publication of new National Standardor endorsement of this EN (dop/e):30 November 1999Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow):30 November 1999SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)61ScopeThe present document specifies the additional technical characteristics to be provided by terminal equipment which iscapable of connection with a DECT radio access (see note 1) to a public telecommunications network (see note 2) aswell as with GSM radio access to GSM Public Land Mobile Networks (PLMN).A DECT-terminal equipment comprises two elements, referred to as a Fixed Part (FP) and a Portable Part (PP), whereasa GSM terminal equipment is comprised of a mobile station (GSM MS). The objective of the present document is toensure dual-mode operation of handsets comprised of a DECT PP and a GSM MS (Phase 2). These parts may, or maynot, be separable.The basic CTRs for DECT shall apply. These are the general attachment requirements [CTR 6], and for telephony therequirements for telephony applications [CTR 10] and requirements for the Generic Access Profile [CTR 22]. Inaddition, further CTRs may apply such as the CTRs for DECT access to GSM PLMN [CTR 36] and/or DECT access toISDN [CTR 40].The basic CTRs for GSM shall apply. These are the attachment requirements for Global System Mobile (GSM) mobilestations; Access [CTR 19 for Phase 2 and CTR 31 for multiband operation] and the requirements for telephony [CTR 20for Phase 2 and CTR 32 for multiband operation].The present document specifies all necessary additions to the Harmonized Standards rendered mandatory by theapplicable CTRs for DECT/GSM dual-mode handsets.As dual-mode handsets are expected to undergo a rapid technical development, the present documents may be amendedat a later stage to meet these developments.NOTE 1:Currently there are DECT profiles for interworking with ISDN (ETS 300 434 [15] and ETS 300 822 [16],which both allow access to ISDN networks and the services therein), GSM PLMN (ETS 300 370 [1] andothers, which allow access to GSM PLMN and the services therein) and Generic Access to fixed networks(EN 300 444 [3], GAP, focusing on speech services). These are all covered by corresponding HarmonizedStandards/CTRs. There also exists the CTM Access Profile (EN 300 824 [14], CAP).NOTE 2:In the cases of the present document, the air interface may also be the network access.2ReferencesThe following documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of the presentdocument.· References are either specific (identified by date of publication, edition number, version number, etc.) ornon-specific.· For a specific reference, subsequent revisions do not apply.· For a non-specific reference, the latest version applies.· A non-specific reference to an ETS shall also be taken to refer to later versions published as an EN with the samenumber.[1]ETS 300 370: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System forMobile communications (GSM); (DECT/GSM) Interworking Profile (IWP); Access and mapping(protocol/procedure description for 3,1 kHz speech service)".[2]EN 301 242: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminals".[3]EN 300 444: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Generic Access Profile(GAP)".SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)7[4]EN 300 607-1: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2); Mobile Station (MS)conformance specification; Part 1: Conformance specification (GSM 11.10)".[5]TBR 6: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); General terminal attachmentrequirements".[6]TBR 10: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); General terminal attachmentrequirements: Telephony applications".[7]TBR 19: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachmentrequirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Access".[8]TBR 20: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachmentrequirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Telephony".[9]TBR 22: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Attachment requirements for terminal equipmentfor Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Generic Access Profile (GAP)applications".[10]TBR 31: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment requirements formobile stations in the DCS 1 800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Access".[11]TBR 32: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment requirements formobile stations in the DCS 1 800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Telephony".[12]TBR 40: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Integrated Services DigitalNetwork (ISDN); Attachment requirements for terminal equipment for DECT/ISDN interworkingprofile applications".[13]98/13/EC: "Council Directive of 12 February 1998 on the approximation of the laws of theMember States concerning telecommunications terminal equipment and satellite earth stationequipment, including the mutual recognition of their conformity" (Terminal Directive).[14]EN 300 824: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Cordless TerminalMobility (CTM); CTM Access Profile (CAP)".[15]ETS 300 434: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) and Integrated ServicesDigital Network (ISDN) interworking for end system configuration".[16]ETS 300 822: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Integrated ServicesDigital Network (ISDN); DECT/ISDN interworking for intermediate system configuration;Interworking and profile specification".[17]TBR 36: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); DECT access to GSM Public Land Mobile Networks (PLMNs) for3,1 kHz speech applications".3Definitions and abbreviations3.1DefinitionsFor the purposes of the present document, the definitions given in TBR 6 [5], TBR 10 [6], TBR 19 [7], TBR 20 [8],TBR 22 [9], TBR 31 [10], TBR 32 [11] and TBR 40 [12] apply, along with those found in EN 301 242 [2].active communication: a state, where a communication link has been established between the DMT and a fixed part ineither GSM or DECT mode.automatic switched operation: the DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode and switches automatically between thesemodes when it looses current coverage or finds preferred coverage.SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)8background scanning: the process whereby a DMT in manually or automatically switched operation attempts toidentify the existence of stable networks in the mode other than the one it is in to which the terminal has access rights.dual mode terminal: a terminal comprising both GSM and DECT parts.GSM coverage: the sum of all GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) coverages where the DMT has at leastlimited service.GSM: in the present document, the GSM part of a DMT can be GSM 900, Digital Cellular System 1800 (DCS 1800) orGSM/DCS dual band.manually switched operation: the DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode and switches between these modes only afterinteraction with the user.mode selection: a DMT based procedure, whereby operating mode, GSM or DECT, is chosen.mode: a DMT has two modes, GSM and DECT. In GSM mode the DMT behaves as a GSM Mobile Station (MS) andin DECT mode the DMT behaves as a DECT Portable Part (PP).parallel operation: the DMT has both GSM and DECT modes activated at the same time. It is capable of beinglocation registered both to a DECT FP and a GSM PLMN at the same time and is capable of at least receivingsimultaneously in both GSM and DECT modes.preferred mode: either DECT or GSM is set to be the preferred mode. The DMT in automatic switched operationautomatically switches to the preferred mode when it finds a suitable network in that mode and the DMT in paralleloperation uses the preferred mode for outgoing calls.3.2AbbreviationsFor the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply:ARIAccess Rights Identity (see PARI, SARI and TARI)CAPCTM Access ProfileCatCategoryCTMCordless Terminal MobilityCTRCommon Technical RegulationDCSDigital Cellular SystemDECTDigital Enhanced Cordless TelecommunicationsDMTDual-Mode TerminalFPFixed PartGAPGeneric Access ProfileGIPDECT/GSM Interworking ProfileGSMGlobal System for Mobile communicationsICSImplementation Conformance StatementISDNIntegrated Services Digital NetworkMSMobile StationPLMNPublic Land Mobile NetworkPPPortable PartPSTNPublic Switched Telephone NetworkRFPRadio Fixed PartRTRequirements TablesSIMSubscriber Identity ModuleTBRTechnical Basis for RegulationTDTerminals DirectiveSIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)94Introduction and how to use the present documentThe present document contains references to existing DECT and GSM TBRs. It identifies the essential requirements ofthese TBRs which are applicable to DECT/GSM dual-mode terminals, with any required additions or modifications. Itintroduces some new essential requirements specific to DECT/GSM DMTs. It identifies the test specifications to beapplied to demonstrate compliance to these existing and new essential requirements.The present document does not cover the use of the DECT/GSM Interworking Profile (GIP) in the DECT mode of aDECT/GSM DMT. Single mode DECT PPs which implement the GIP profile are type approved according toTBR 36 [17]. Use of the GIP profile requires the support of the DECT Access Rights Identity (ARI) class D.The present document does not permit the support of direct mode MS to MS or PP to PP communication. DECT PP toPP communication is within the scope of TBR 6 [5], and requires the support of DECT ARI class E. DECT/GSM DMTstype approved according to the present document are therefore receive first devices, in that they do not transmit oneither DECT or GSM frequency bands without having detected and locked to a suitable FP or base station.5RequirementsThe DECT/GSM DMT features, services and requirements, as defined in the DECT TBRs (TBR 6 [5], TBR 10 [6],TBR 22 [9] and TBR 40 [12]), the GSM TBRs (TBR 19 [7], TBR 20 [8], TBR 31 [10] and TBR 32 [11]) and in theDECT/GSM dual-mode Standard EN 301 242 [2], are considered to fall under the essential requirements specified inArticle 4 of the Council directive 98/13/EC [13] applying to terminal equipment, given in the following subclauses. Thecolumn Terminal Directive Category (TD Cat) identifies the applicable clauses of Article 4 of directive 98/13/EC [13].NOTE:This clause does not specify the exact status (e.g. mandatory or optional) of the listed features, servicesand requirements. This is specified in annex A.The interpretation of TD Category column in all tables is as follows:dfalls under item (d) from Article 4 of Council directive 98/13/EC [13];(protection of the public telecommunications network from harm)efalls under item (e) from Article 4 of Council directive 98/13/EC [13];(effective use of the radio frequency spectrum, where appropriate)ffalls under item (f) from Article 4 of Council directive 98/13/EC [13];(interworking of terminal equipment with public telecommunications network equipment for thepurpose of establishing, modifying, charging for, holding and clearing real or virtual connection)gfalls under item (g) from Article 4 of Council directive 98/13/EC [13].(interworking of terminal equipment via the public telecommunications network, in justified cases)5.1DECT requirements5.1.1Application of TBR 6All the essential requirements of TBR 6 [5] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs.5.1.2Application of TBR 10All the essential requirements of TBR 10 [6] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs.5.1.3Application of TBR 22All of the essential requirements of TBR 22 [9] apply to DECT/GSM DMTs.SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)105.1.4Application of TBR 40For DMTs which are declared to support a DECT/ISDN Interworking profile, all of the essential requirements of theprofile concerned in TBR 40 [12] apply.5.2GSM requirements5.2.1Application of TBR 19All the essential requirements of TBR 19 [7] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs.5.2.2Application of TBR 20All the essential requirements of TBR 20 [8] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs.5.2.3Application of TBR 31 All the essential requirements of TBR 31 [10] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs which support Digital Cellular System(DCS) 1800 service. This includes those essential requirements contained in clause 6 of TBR 31 [10], which applyunder the conditions described in TBR 31 [10].5.2.4Application of TBR 32All the essential requirements of TBR 32 [11] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs which support DCS 1800 service.5.3Additional DECT/GSM dual-mode requirementsIn addition to the requirements listed above, the following DECT/GSM dual-mode specific requirements apply:Table 1: Requirements and justificationsEN 301 242 [2]ItemDESCRIPTIONTBR JUSTIFICATIONTD Cat6.2.2.4Protection AgainstExcessive Signalling due toAutomatic SwitchedOperationExcessive switching and registration between DECT andGSM networks will cause excessive signalling, which willtie up network resourcesd, f4.1, 5.1, 6.1DMT operates at modechange like single modeterminal on power up/downFailure to notify network on power down or change ofmode, where network requires such notification, mayharm network and cause terminal not to be reachablewhen switched back to that mode.d, f7.5Parallel Operation DMT,when active in one mode,behaves as though out ofcoverage in the other modeFailure to behave as though out of coverage, and failingto perform location update/registration on ending the callmay harm network with excessive signalling and causeterminal not to be reachable when the call is terminatedd, fSIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)116Test specification6.1IntroductionThe basic approach to type approval testing of DECT/GSM DMTs is to treat the terminal as, in effect, two terminals,one DECT, the other GSM, and to apply the existing tests for each in the corresponding mode of operation.In certain cases, it is necessary and worthwhile to perform particular tests while both receivers are active (either due tobackground scanning, or to parallel operation, if these features are supported).Therefore, the approach taken in the following clause is to identify which tests are to be performed according to themode of operation supported by the terminal. Additional tests are also specified, where required.6.2Applying DECT test specificationsWhere the following clauses indicate that a DECT test is to be performed while GSM reception is active, any testmodes, protocols or loopback, required in order to execute that test on a single mode DECT PP, shall be supportedwhile GSM reception is active.NOTE 1:A DMT which performs background scanning for GSM while active or idle in DECT mode is consideredto have GSM reception active, regardless of whether the DMT contains dual receivers or not.If a user of the DMT is able to modify the rate at which background scanning for GSM is performed, then all DECTtests which are indicated below to be performed while background scanning for GSM is active, shall be performed whilethe DMT is set to scan for at its highest selectable scan rate for GSM.NOTE 2:A DMT which is manually switched to DECT will not normally perform background scanning for GSM,although this is not prohibited. A DMT which is performing background scanning for GSM will normallybe set to automatic switched operation, be in the DECT mode, but with GSM as the preferred mode. Theremay be other circumstances under which the DMT will be in DECT mode, background scanning forGSM.6.2.1DMT does not support GSM reception when in DECT modeIFthe DMT does not support GSM reception when in DECT mode (parallel operation, or background scanning fora GSM network while it is registered to a DECT FP) (items A.2/3, A.2/4, A.3/6 and A.3/9 not supported inRequirements Tables (RT) in annex A),THENa) all TBR 6 [5] tests which normally apply to a DECT PP, shall be

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobile communications (GSM); Attachment requirements for DECT/GSM dual-mode terminal equipment33.070.50Globalni sistem za mobilno telekomunikacijo (GSM)Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM)33.070.30'(&7Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)ICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 301 439 Version 1.1.1SIST EN 301 439:2000en01-julij-2000SIST EN 301 439:2000SLOVENSKI

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EN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)European Standard (Telecommunications series)Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT);Global System for Mobile communications (GSM);Attachment requirements for DECT/GSMdual-mode terminal equipmentSIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)2ReferenceDEN/DECT-010060 (dbo00ico.PDF)KeywordsDECT, GSM, radio, terminal, regulationETSIPostal addressF-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - FRANCEOffice address650 Route des Lucioles - Sophia AntipolisValbonne - FRANCETel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00

Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16Siret N° 348 623 562 00017 - NAF 742 CAssociation à but non lucratif enregistrée à laSous-Préfecture de Grasse (06) N° 7803/88Internetsecretariat@etsi.frIndividual copies of this ETSI deliverablecan be downloaded fromhttp://www.etsi.orgIf you find errors in the present document, send yourcomment to: editor@etsi.frCopyright NotificationNo part may be reproduced except as authorized by written permission.The copyright and the foregoing restriction extend to reproduction in all media.© European Telecommunications Standards Institute 1999.All rights reserved.SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)3ContentsIntellectual Property Rights...............................................................................................................................5Foreword............................................................................................................................................................51Scope........................................................................................................................................................62References...............................................................................................................................................63Definitions and abbreviations..................................................................................................................73.1Definitions.........................................................................................................................................................73.2Abbreviations.....................................................................................................................................................84Introduction and how to use the present document.................................................................................95Requirements...........................................................................................................................................95.1DECT requirements...........................................................................................................................................95.1.1Application of TBR 6...................................................................................................................................95.1.2Application of TBR 10.................................................................................................................................95.1.3Application of TBR 22.................................................................................................................................95.1.4Application of TBR 40...............................................................................................................................105.2GSM requirements...........................................................................................................................................105.2.1Application of TBR 19...............................................................................................................................105.2.2Application of TBR 20...............................................................................................................................105.2.3Application of TBR 31 ..............................................................................................................................105.2.4Application of TBR 32...............................................................................................................................105.3Additional DECT/GSM dual-mode requirements............................................................................................106Test specification...................................................................................................................................116.1Introduction.....................................................................................................................................................116.2Applying DECT test specifications..................................................................................................................116.2.1DMT does not support GSM reception when in DECT mode...................................................................116.2.2DMT supports GSM reception while idle in DECT mode.........................................................................126.2.3DMT supports GSM reception while idle or in active communication in DECT mode.............................136.3Applying GSM test specifications...................................................................................................................136.3.1DMT does not support DECT reception when in GSM mode...................................................................146.3.2DMT supports DECT reception while idle in GSM mode.........................................................................146.3.3DMT supports DECT reception while idle or in active communication in GSM mode.............................156.4Dual-mode specific test specifications.............................................................................................................166.4.1Protection of GSM network against excessive signalling...........................................................................166.4.1.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................166.4.1.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................166.4.1.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................166.4.1.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................176.4.2Protection of DECT FP against excessive signalling.................................................................................176.4.2.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................176.4.2.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................176.4.2.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................176.4.2.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................186.4.3Attach/detach on GSM due to mode change..............................................................................................186.4.3.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................186.4.3.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................186.4.3.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................186.4.3.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................186.4.4Location Registration on DECT due to mode change................................................................................186.4.4.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................186.4.4.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................186.4.4.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................196.4.4.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................19SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)46.4.5Parallel operation behaviour during DECT call.........................................................................................196.4.5.1Test purpose.........................................................................................................................................196.4.5.2Selection criteria...................................................................................................................................196.4.5.3Test method..........................................................................................................................................196.4.5.4Verdict criteria......................................................................................................................................196.5Overview tables of test case selection..............................................................................................................206.5.1Overview table of DECT test case selection..............................................................................................206.5.2Overview table of GSM test case selection................................................................................................21Annex A (normative):Requirements Tables (RT)...........................................................................22A.1Introduction............................................................................................................................................22A.2Major capabilities..................................................................................................................................23A.2.1Mode of operation...........................................................................................................................................23A.2.2Mode selection mechanism..............................................................................................................................23A.2.3Mode selection details.....................................................................................................................................24A.2.4DECT profiles supported.................................................................................................................................24Bibliography....................................................................................................................................................25History..............................................................................................................................................................26SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)5Intellectual Property RightsIPRs essential or potentially essential to the present document may have been declared to ETSI. The informationpertaining to these essential IPRs, if any, is publicly available for ETSI members and non-members, and can be foundin SR 000 314: "Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs); Essential, or potentially Essential, IPRs notified to ETSI in respectof ETSI standards", which is available free of charge from the ETSI Secretariat. Latest updates are available on theETSI Web server (http://www.etsi.org/ipr).Pursuant to the ETSI IPR Policy, no investigation, including IPR searches, has been carried out by ETSI. No guaranteecan be given as to the existence of other IPRs not referenced in SR 000 314 (or the updates on the ETSI Web server)which are, or may be, or may become, essential to the present document.ForewordThis European Standard (Telecommunications series) has been produced by ETSI Project Digital Enhanced CordlessTelecommunications (DECT).The present document has been produced by ETSI in response to a mandate from the European Commission issuedunder Council Directive 98/34/EC (as amended) laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field oftechnical standards and regulations.The present document is intended to become a Harmonized Standard, the reference of which will be published in theOfficial Journal of the European Communities referencing the Directive 98/13/EC of the European Parliamant and of theCouncil relating to telecommunications terminal equipment and satellite earth station equipment, including the mutualrecognition of their conformity ("Directive 98/13/EC").National transposition datesDate of adoption of this EN:26 February 1999Date of latest announcement of this EN (doa):31 May 1999Date of latest publication of new National Standardor endorsement of this EN (dop/e):30 November 1999Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow):30 November 1999SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)61ScopeThe present document specifies the additional technical characteristics to be provided by terminal equipment which iscapable of connection with a DECT radio access (see note 1) to a public telecommunications network (see note 2) aswell as with GSM radio access to GSM Public Land Mobile Networks (PLMN).A DECT-terminal equipment comprises two elements, referred to as a Fixed Part (FP) and a Portable Part (PP), whereasa GSM terminal equipment is comprised of a mobile station (GSM MS). The objective of the present document is toensure dual-mode operation of handsets comprised of a DECT PP and a GSM MS (Phase 2). These parts may, or maynot, be separable.The basic CTRs for DECT shall apply. These are the general attachment requirements [CTR 6], and for telephony therequirements for telephony applications [CTR 10] and requirements for the Generic Access Profile [CTR 22]. Inaddition, further CTRs may apply such as the CTRs for DECT access to GSM PLMN [CTR 36] and/or DECT access toISDN [CTR 40].The basic CTRs for GSM shall apply. These are the attachment requirements for Global System Mobile (GSM) mobilestations; Access [CTR 19 for Phase 2 and CTR 31 for multiband operation] and the requirements for telephony [CTR 20for Phase 2 and CTR 32 for multiband operation].The present document specifies all necessary additions to the Harmonized Standards rendered mandatory by theapplicable CTRs for DECT/GSM dual-mode handsets.As dual-mode handsets are expected to undergo a rapid technical development, the present documents may be amendedat a later stage to meet these developments.NOTE 1:Currently there are DECT profiles for interworking with ISDN (ETS 300 434 [15] and ETS 300 822 [16],which both allow access to ISDN networks and the services therein), GSM PLMN (ETS 300 370 [1] andothers, which allow access to GSM PLMN and the services therein) and Generic Access to fixed networks(EN 300 444 [3], GAP, focusing on speech services). These are all covered by corresponding HarmonizedStandards/CTRs. There also exists the CTM Access Profile (EN 300 824 [14], CAP).NOTE 2:In the cases of the present document, the air interface may also be the network access.2ReferencesThe following documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of the presentdocument.· References are either specific (identified by date of publication, edition number, version number, etc.) ornon-specific.· For a specific reference, subsequent revisions do not apply.· For a non-specific reference, the latest version applies.· A non-specific reference to an ETS shall also be taken to refer to later versions published as an EN with the samenumber.[1]ETS 300 370: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System forMobile communications (GSM); (DECT/GSM) Interworking Profile (IWP); Access and mapping(protocol/procedure description for 3,1 kHz speech service)".[2]EN 301 242: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminals".[3]EN 300 444: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Generic Access Profile(GAP)".SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)7[4]EN 300 607-1: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2); Mobile Station (MS)conformance specification; Part 1: Conformance specification (GSM 11.10)".[5]TBR 6: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); General terminal attachmentrequirements".[6]TBR 10: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); General terminal attachmentrequirements: Telephony applications".[7]TBR 19: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachmentrequirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Access".[8]TBR 20: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachmentrequirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Telephony".[9]TBR 22: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Attachment requirements for terminal equipmentfor Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Generic Access Profile (GAP)applications".[10]TBR 31: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment requirements formobile stations in the DCS 1 800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Access".[11]TBR 32: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment requirements formobile stations in the DCS 1 800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Telephony".[12]TBR 40: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Integrated Services DigitalNetwork (ISDN); Attachment requirements for terminal equipment for DECT/ISDN interworkingprofile applications".[13]98/13/EC: "Council Directive of 12 February 1998 on the approximation of the laws of theMember States concerning telecommunications terminal equipment and satellite earth stationequipment, including the mutual recognition of their conformity" (Terminal Directive).[14]EN 300 824: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Cordless TerminalMobility (CTM); CTM Access Profile (CAP)".[15]ETS 300 434: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) and Integrated ServicesDigital Network (ISDN) interworking for end system configuration".[16]ETS 300 822: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Integrated ServicesDigital Network (ISDN); DECT/ISDN interworking for intermediate system configuration;Interworking and profile specification".[17]TBR 36: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); DECT access to GSM Public Land Mobile Networks (PLMNs) for3,1 kHz speech applications".3Definitions and abbreviations3.1DefinitionsFor the purposes of the present document, the definitions given in TBR 6 [5], TBR 10 [6], TBR 19 [7], TBR 20 [8],TBR 22 [9], TBR 31 [10], TBR 32 [11] and TBR 40 [12] apply, along with those found in EN 301 242 [2].active communication: a state, where a communication link has been established between the DMT and a fixed part ineither GSM or DECT mode.automatic switched operation: the DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode and switches automatically between thesemodes when it looses current coverage or finds preferred coverage.SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)8background scanning: the process whereby a DMT in manually or automatically switched operation attempts toidentify the existence of stable networks in the mode other than the one it is in to which the terminal has access rights.dual mode terminal: a terminal comprising both GSM and DECT parts.GSM coverage: the sum of all GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) coverages where the DMT has at leastlimited service.GSM: in the present document, the GSM part of a DMT can be GSM 900, Digital Cellular System 1800 (DCS 1800) orGSM/DCS dual band.manually switched operation: the DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode and switches between these modes only afterinteraction with the user.mode selection: a DMT based procedure, whereby operating mode, GSM or DECT, is chosen.mode: a DMT has two modes, GSM and DECT. In GSM mode the DMT behaves as a GSM Mobile Station (MS) andin DECT mode the DMT behaves as a DECT Portable Part (PP).parallel operation: the DMT has both GSM and DECT modes activated at the same time. It is capable of beinglocation registered both to a DECT FP and a GSM PLMN at the same time and is capable of at least receivingsimultaneously in both GSM and DECT modes.preferred mode: either DECT or GSM is set to be the preferred mode. The DMT in automatic switched operationautomatically switches to the preferred mode when it finds a suitable network in that mode and the DMT in paralleloperation uses the preferred mode for outgoing calls.3.2AbbreviationsFor the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply:ARIAccess Rights Identity (see PARI, SARI and TARI)CAPCTM Access ProfileCatCategoryCTMCordless Terminal MobilityCTRCommon Technical RegulationDCSDigital Cellular SystemDECTDigital Enhanced Cordless TelecommunicationsDMTDual-Mode TerminalFPFixed PartGAPGeneric Access ProfileGIPDECT/GSM Interworking ProfileGSMGlobal System for Mobile communicationsICSImplementation Conformance StatementISDNIntegrated Services Digital NetworkMSMobile StationPLMNPublic Land Mobile NetworkPPPortable PartPSTNPublic Switched Telephone NetworkRFPRadio Fixed PartRTRequirements TablesSIMSubscriber Identity ModuleTBRTechnical Basis for RegulationTDTerminals DirectiveSIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)94Introduction and how to use the present documentThe present document contains references to existing DECT and GSM TBRs. It identifies the essential requirements ofthese TBRs which are applicable to DECT/GSM dual-mode terminals, with any required additions or modifications. Itintroduces some new essential requirements specific to DECT/GSM DMTs. It identifies the test specifications to beapplied to demonstrate compliance to these existing and new essential requirements.The present document does not cover the use of the DECT/GSM Interworking Profile (GIP) in the DECT mode of aDECT/GSM DMT. Single mode DECT PPs which implement the GIP profile are type approved according toTBR 36 [17]. Use of the GIP profile requires the support of the DECT Access Rights Identity (ARI) class D.The present document does not permit the support of direct mode MS to MS or PP to PP communication. DECT PP toPP communication is within the scope of TBR 6 [5], and requires the support of DECT ARI class E. DECT/GSM DMTstype approved according to the present document are therefore receive first devices, in that they do not transmit oneither DECT or GSM frequency bands without having detected and locked to a suitable FP or base station.5RequirementsThe DECT/GSM DMT features, services and requirements, as defined in the DECT TBRs (TBR 6 [5], TBR 10 [6],TBR 22 [9] and TBR 40 [12]), the GSM TBRs (TBR 19 [7], TBR 20 [8], TBR 31 [10] and TBR 32 [11]) and in theDECT/GSM dual-mode Standard EN 301 242 [2], are considered to fall under the essential requirements specified inArticle 4 of the Council directive 98/13/EC [13] applying to terminal equipment, given in the following subclauses. Thecolumn Terminal Directive Category (TD Cat) identifies the applicable clauses of Article 4 of directive 98/13/EC [13].NOTE:This clause does not specify the exact status (e.g. mandatory or optional) of the listed features, servicesand requirements. This is specified in annex A.The interpretation of TD Category column in all tables is as follows:dfalls under item (d) from Article 4 of Council directive 98/13/EC [13];(protection of the public telecommunications network from harm)efalls under item (e) from Article 4 of Council directive 98/13/EC [13];(effective use of the radio frequency spectrum, where appropriate)ffalls under item (f) from Article 4 of Council directive 98/13/EC [13];(interworking of terminal equipment with public telecommunications network equipment for thepurpose of establishing, modifying, charging for, holding and clearing real or virtual connection)gfalls under item (g) from Article 4 of Council directive 98/13/EC [13].(interworking of terminal equipment via the public telecommunications network, in justified cases)5.1DECT requirements5.1.1Application of TBR 6All the essential requirements of TBR 6 [5] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs.5.1.2Application of TBR 10All the essential requirements of TBR 10 [6] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs.5.1.3Application of TBR 22All of the essential requirements of TBR 22 [9] apply to DECT/GSM DMTs.SIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)105.1.4Application of TBR 40For DMTs which are declared to support a DECT/ISDN Interworking profile, all of the essential requirements of theprofile concerned in TBR 40 [12] apply.5.2GSM requirements5.2.1Application of TBR 19All the essential requirements of TBR 19 [7] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs.5.2.2Application of TBR 20All the essential requirements of TBR 20 [8] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs.5.2.3Application of TBR 31 All the essential requirements of TBR 31 [10] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs which support Digital Cellular System(DCS) 1800 service. This includes those essential requirements contained in clause 6 of TBR 31 [10], which applyunder the conditions described in TBR 31 [10].5.2.4Application of TBR 32All the essential requirements of TBR 32 [11] apply for DECT/GSM DMTs which support DCS 1800 service.5.3Additional DECT/GSM dual-mode requirementsIn addition to the requirements listed above, the following DECT/GSM dual-mode specific requirements apply:Table 1: Requirements and justificationsEN 301 242 [2]ItemDESCRIPTIONTBR JUSTIFICATIONTD Cat6.2.2.4Protection AgainstExcessive Signalling due toAutomatic SwitchedOperationExcessive switching and registration between DECT andGSM networks will cause excessive signalling, which willtie up network resourcesd, f4.1, 5.1, 6.1DMT operates at modechange like single modeterminal on power up/downFailure to notify network on power down or change ofmode, where network requires such notification, mayharm network and cause terminal not to be reachablewhen switched back to that mode.d, f7.5Parallel Operation DMT,when active in one mode,behaves as though out ofcoverage in the other modeFailure to behave as though out of coverage, and failingto perform location update/registration on ending the callmay harm network with excessive signalling and causeterminal not to be reachable when the call is terminatedd, fSIST EN 301 439:2000

ETSIEN 301 439 V1.1.1 (1999-03)116Test specification6.1IntroductionThe basic approach to type approval testing of DECT/GSM DMTs is to treat the terminal as, in effect, two terminals,one DECT, the other GSM, and to apply the existing tests for each in the corresponding mode of operation.In certain cases, it is necessary and worthwhile to perform particular tests while both receivers are active (either due tobackground scanning, or to parallel operation, if these features are supported).Therefore, the approach taken in the following clause is to identify which tests are to be performed according to themode of operation supported by the terminal. Additional tests are also specified, where required.6.2Applying DECT test specificationsWhere the following clauses indicate that a DECT test is to be performed while GSM reception is active, any testmodes, protocols or loopback, required in order to execute that test on a single mode DECT PP, shall be supportedwhile GSM reception is active.NOTE 1:A DMT which performs background scanning for GSM while active or idle in DECT mode is consideredto have GSM reception active, regardless of whether the DMT contains dual receivers or not.If a user of the DMT is able to modify the rate at which background scanning for GSM is performed, then all DECTtests which are indicated below to be performed while background scanning for GSM is active, shall be performed whilethe DMT is set to scan for at its highest selectable scan rate for GSM.NOTE 2:A DMT which is manually switched to DECT will not normally perform background scanning for GSM,although this is not prohibited. A DMT which is performing background scanning for GSM will normallybe set to automatic switched operation, be in the DECT mode, but with GSM as the preferred mode. Theremay be other circumstances under which the DMT will be in DECT mode, background scanning forGSM.6.2.1DMT does not support GSM reception when in DECT modeIFthe DMT does not support GSM reception when in DECT mode (parallel operation, or background scanning fora GSM network while it is registered to a DECT FP) (items A.2/3, A.2/4, A.3/6 and A.3/9 not supported inRequirements Tables (RT) in annex A),THENa) all TBR 6 [5] tests which normally apply to a DECT PP, sh

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