Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobile communications (GSM); DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminals

To secify radio and network aspects related to dual-mode terminals. This EN will, in conjuction with other standards and TBRs, form the basis for the second edition of TBR 39 (converted to Harmonized EN 301 439 v1.2.x), i.e. basic dual-mode terminals that only consist of a DECT art and a GSM part and that may automatically switch between DECT and GSM modes. (Advanced dual-mode terminals, where the DECT and GSM parts are further integrated, will be considered in a TR (DTR/DECT-010096). The same considerations apply for dual-mode DECT/DCS1800 terminals and for DECT/GSM/DCS1800 dual mode/dual band terminals. The term GSM is considered to cover all the frequency bands, and combinations of frequency bands allowed for GSM type equipment, i.e. P-GSM, E-GSM, R-GSM, DCS1800 or dual band GSM/DCS.  Reference documents: ETSs 300 175/176/444/824/434-1; EN 301 242; TR 101 072; DTR/DECT-010060, TBRs 6, 10, 22, 39 Ed 1 GSM 02, 03, 04, 06 and 08 series; ETS 300 607; TBRs 19,20,31,32

Digitalne izboljšane brezvrvične telekomunikacije (DECT) - Globalni sistem mobilnih komunikacij (GSM) - Integracija DECT/GSM, terminal z dvojnim načinom delovanja

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.GHORYDQMDDigital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobile communications (GSM); DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminals33.070.50Globalni 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 301 242 V1.2.23SIST EN 301 242:2000en01-PDM-20003SIST EN 301 242:2000SLOVENSKI

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ETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)European Standard (Telecommunications series)Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT);Global System for Mobile communications (GSM);DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminalsSIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)2ReferenceREN/DECT-010137 (bi000ipc.PDF)KeywordsDECT, GSM, radio, terminalETSIPostal 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 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)3ContentsIntellectual Property Rights................................................................................................................................5Foreword............................................................................................................................................................51Scope........................................................................................................................................................62References................................................................................................................................................63Definitions and abbreviations..................................................................................................................83.1Definitions.........................................................................................................................................................83.2Abbreviations.....................................................................................................................................................84General on DECT/GSM DMTs...............................................................................................................94.1DECT and GSM modes.....................................................................................................................................94.2Dual mode operation..........................................................................................................................................94.2.1General on manually switched operation....................................................................................................104.2.1.1GSM-only mode...................................................................................................................................104.2.1.2DECT-only mode.................................................................................................................................104.2.2General on automatically switched operation.............................................................................................104.2.3General on parallel operation.....................................................................................................................104.2.3.1Single active mode................................................................................................................................104.2.3.2Double active modes............................................................................................................................114.3Service access..................................................................................................................................................114.4DECT profiles..................................................................................................................................................115Requirements on manually switched operation.....................................................................................115.1Manual mode selection....................................................................................................................................115.2Procedures.......................................................................................................................................................125.2.1At switch-on...............................................................................................................................................125.2.2User re-selection of mode...........................................................................................................................126Requirements on automatically switched operation..............................................................................126.1General.............................................................................................................................................................126.2Mode selection.................................................................................................................................................126.2.1General requirements.................................................................................................................................126.2.2Procedures..................................................................................................................................................136.2.2.1At switch-on..........................................................................................................................................136.2.2.2Background scanning............................................................................................................................136.2.2.3Mode switching....................................................................................................................................136.2.2.4Automatic mode selection....................................................................................................................146.2.2.4.1Preferred use of GSM networks......................................................................................................146.2.2.4.2Preferred use of DECT networks....................................................................................................146.2.2.4.3Protection against excessive signalling...........................................................................................156.2.2.5User re-selection of mode.....................................................................................................................157Requirements on parallel operation.......................................................................................................167.1Parallel mode DMT.........................................................................................................................................167.2Mode selection.................................................................................................................................................167.3Power on and initial registration......................................................................................................................167.4Procedure while in parallel idle modes............................................................................................................167.5Procedures while in active communication in one mode.................................................................................167.5.1Procedure while in active communication in DECT mode.........................................................................177.5.2Procedure while in active communication in GSM mode..........................................................................177.6Procedure while in active communication in both GSM and DECT modes....................................................177.7Loss of coverage..............................................................................................................................................18SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)4Annex A (normative):Testing of DECT/GSM DMTs......................................................................19A.1Radio testing..........................................................................................................................................19A.2Acoustic testing......................................................................................................................................20A.3Protocol testing......................................................................................................................................21Annex B (normative):Timers and constants....................................................................................22B.1Timers....................................................................................................................................................22B.2Constants................................................................................................................................................22History..............................................................................................................................................................23SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)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 from the ETSI Secretariat. Latest updates are available on the ETSI 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).National transposition datesDate of adoption of this EN:27 August 1999Date of latest announcement of this EN (doa):30 November 1999Date of latest publication of new National Standardor endorsement of this EN (dop/e):31 May 2000Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow):31 May 2000SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)61ScopeThe present document specifies the additional requirements to the existing Global System for Mobile communications(GSM) and Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) standards needed for DECT/GSM Dual ModeTerminals (DMTs) that can be switched manually between DECT and GSM mode and/or can perform backgroundscanning and switch automatically between GSM and DECT modes and/or can have both GSM and DECT modesactivated at the same time.For the DECT side, the DECT/GSM Interworking Profile (IWP) is not considered.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, subsequent revisions do apply.· 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 300 434-2: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Integrated ServicesDigital Network (ISDN); DECT/ISDN interworking for end system configuration; Part 2: Accessprofile".[2]EN 300 444: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Generic Access Profile(GAP)".[3]ETS 300 511: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Man-MachineInterface (MMI) of the Mobile Station (MS) (GSM 02.30)".[4]ETS 300 607-1: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Mobile Station (MS)conformance specification; Part 1: Conformance specification (GSM 11.10-1 version 4.22.0)".[5]EN 300 824: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Cordless TerminalMobility (CTM); CTM Access Profile (CAP)".[6]ETR 341: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); DECT/GSM Interworking Profile; Profile overview".[7]TR 101 072: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for MobileCommunications (GSM); DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminals".[8]EN 300 175-1: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 1: Overview".[9]EN 300 175-2: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 2: Physical layer (PHL)".[10]EN 300 175-3: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 3: Medium Access Control (MAC) layer".[11]EN 300 175-4: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 4: Data Link Control (DLC) layer".SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)7[12]EN 300 175-5: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 5: Network (NWK) layer".[13]EN 300 175-6: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 6: Identities and addressing".[14]EN 300 175-7: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 7: Security features".[15]EN 300 175-8: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 8: Speech coding and transmission".[16]TBR 6: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications(DECT); General terminal attachment requirements".[17]TBR 10: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications(DECT); General terminal attachment requirements: Telephony applications".[18]TBR 19: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachmentrequirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Access".[19]TBR 20: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachmentrequirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Telephony".[20]TBR 22: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Attachment requirements for terminal equipmentfor Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Generic Access Profile (GAP)applications".[21]TBR 31: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment requirements formobile stations in the DCS 1 800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Telephony".[22]TBR 32: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment requirements formobile stations in the DCS 1 800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Access".[23]EN 301 440: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Integrated ServicesDigital Network (ISDN); Attachment requirements for terminal equipment for DECT/ISDNinterworking profile applications".[24]ITU-T Recommendation G.111: "Loudness ratings (LRs) in an international connection".[25]EN 301 439: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); Attachment requirements for DECT/GSM dual-mode terminalequipment".[26]TR 101 176: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); DECT/GSM advanced integration of DECT/GSM dual-mode terminalequipment".SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)83Definitions and abbreviations3.1DefinitionsFor the purposes of the present document, the following terms and definitions apply:active communication: state, where a communication link has been established between the DMT and a fixed part ineither GSM or DECT modeactive mode: GSM or DECT mode after being selected and switch on procedures for that mode being performedautomatic switched operation: DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode and switches automatically between thesemodes when it looses current coverage or finds preferred coveragebackground scanning: process whereby a DMT in manually or automatically switched operation attempts to identifythe existence of stable networks in the mode other than the one it is in to which the terminal has access rightsdual mode terminal: terminal comprising both GSM and DECT partsGSM coverage: sum of all GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) coverages where the DMT has at least limitedserviceGSM: in the present document, the GSM part of a DMT can be GSM 900, Digital Cellular System 1800 (DCS 1800) orGSM/DCS dual bandmanually switched operation: DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode and switches between these modes only afterinteraction with the usermode selection: DMT based procedure, whereby operating mode, GSM or DECT, is chosenmode: DMT has two modes, GSM and DECT. In GSM mode the DMT behaves as a GSM Mobile Station (MS) and inDECT mode the DMT behaves as a DECT Portable Part (PP)parallel operation: DMT has both GSM and DECT modes activated at the same time. It is capable of being locationregistered both to a DECT FP and a GSM PLMN at the same time and is capable of at least receiving simultaneously inboth GSM and DECT modespreferred 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 calls3.2AbbreviationsFor the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply:ARIAccess Rights IdentityCAPCTM Access ProfileCTMCordless Terminal MobilityDCSDigital Cellular SystemDECTDigital Enhanced Cordless TelecommunicationsDMTDual Mode TerminalGAPGeneric Access ProfileGSMGlobal System for Mobile communicationIAPISDN Access ProfileIMSIInternational Mobile Subscriber IdentityIWPInterworking ProfileMSMobile StationPARKPortable Access Rights KeyPINPersonal Identification NumberPLMNPublic Land Mobile NetworkSIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)9PPPortable PartSIMSubscriber Identity ModuleLSTRListeners Sidetone RatioRLRReceiving Loudness RatingSLRSending Loudness Rating4General on DECT/GSM DMTs4.1DECT and GSM modesA DMT is a terminal comprising both GSM and DECT parts, see TR 101 072 [7] and TR 101 176 [26]. The DMT is ineither GSM or DECT mode or it can have both modes activated at the same time. In each mode, the DMT shall operateas the corresponding single mode terminal and shall fully comply with the relevant standards for that single modeterminal (for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT see EN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] andEN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1]), unless specified in the present document.The DMT shall give an indication to the user of the mode(s) currently in use.When one mode is being activated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switching on. When onemode is being deactivated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switching off.Location registration within each mode shall be performed according to the relevant standards for single-mode terminals(for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT see EN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] and EN 300 444 [2],EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1]) and the behaviour when switching modes is the same as when one single-modeterminal is switched-off and the second is switched-on:-when deactivating one mode, the applicable behaviour shall be the one specified in the relevant standards for theswitch off (e.g. detach procedure, if applicable), for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT seeEN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] and EN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1];-when activating one mode, the applicable behaviour shall be the one specified in the relevant standards for theswitch on (e.g. attach procedure, if applicable), for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT seeEN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] and EN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1].4.2Dual mode operationThe following ways of operation are possible for a DMT:-Manually switched operation (the DMT behaves as a GSM MS or as a DECT PP):-GSM-only mode;-DECT-only mode.-Automatically switched operation (the DMT behaves as a GSM MS or as a DECT PP and can switchautomatically between GSM and DECT modes):-old mode is switched off before new mode is switched on.-Parallel operation (both DECT and GSM modes are activated and the DMT is location registered both in aGSM PLMN and with a DECT FP):-active communication is only possible in one mode at the time; or-active communication is possible in both modes at the same time.Manually switched operation shall always be implemented in a DMT. In addition, automatically switched operationand/or parallel operation can be implemented.SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)10NOTE:Here, and in the following, referring to manually switched operation means both GSM-only andDECT-only while referring to parallel operation means either single active mode or double active modes.It shall be possible for the user to select any of the implemented ways of operation. When changing way of operation,the relevant DECT and GSM switch-on and switch-off procedures shall be performed if necessary.The DMT should use the last way of operation, as the default way of operation, at every switch-on.4.2.1General on manually switched operationWhen in manually switched operation, the DMT can only be switched manually between GSM mode and DECT mode.The decision of the user to switch mode may be based on the result of a background scan.4.2.1.1GSM-only modeAfter a manual switch to GSM mode, the DMT shall behave as a GSM MS.4.2.1.2DECT-only modeAfter a manual switch to DECT mode, the DMT shall behave as a DECT PP.4.2.2General on automatically switched operationIn automatically switched operation the DMT is registered in only one network at the time using either DECT or GSMmode. The DMT switches automatically between GSM and DECT mode either due to loss of coverage / service orbecause preferred coverage has been identified (during background scanning) in the mode other than the one it iscurrently in. The frequency of mode switching based on background scanning is restricted.When in automatically switched operation, the DMT can be switched manually between GSM mode and DECT modeonly by changing to manually switched operation.When switching mode, the DMT switches the first mode off before the second mode is switched on.The requirements on the active mode shall be met also when the DMT is background scanning for coverage in the othermode.4.2.3General on parallel operationIn parallel operation the DMT is normally registered in two networks at the time using both DECT and GSM mode. TheDMT shall not switch between GSM and DECT modes unless it can meet the requirements on automatically switchedoperation. In case of loss of coverage in one mode, the DMT shall operate according to the idle mode procedures forthat mode.When in parallel operation, the DMT can be forced into DECT or GSM mode only by changing to manually switchedoperation.4.2.3.1Single active modeIn parallel operation with a single active mode the DMT shall simultaneously meet idle mode requirements of bothDECT and GSM. When the DMT is in active communication in one mode, it shall not transmit in the other mode andshall behave as if it was out of coverage in that mode.NOTE:E.g. when the DMT is active in a GSM call, it does not respond to DECT pagings.The normal requirements which apply to a GSM MS shall apply to the DMT also when the DECT receiver is active.The normal requirements which apply to a DECT PP shall apply to the DMT also when the GSM receiver is active.SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)114.2.3.2Double active modesWhen in parallel operation with double active modes, the DMT behaves simultaneously both as a GSM MS and a DECTPP except for cases where some physical units (e.g. microphone and loudspeaker) are shared.The DMT shall simultaneously meet idle mode and active mode requirements of both DECT and GSM. When the DMTis in active communication in one mode, it can transmit in the other mode and shall be capable of handling simultaneouscommunication in both modes.The normal requirements which apply to a GSM MS shall apply to the DMT also when the DECT transceiver is active.The normal requirements which apply to a DECT PP shall apply to the DMT also when the GSM transceiver is active.If parallel operation with double active modes is implemented then functionality to handle a second incoming callshould be implemented.4.3Service accessA DMT with valid International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) and/or Access Rights Identity / Portable AccessRights Key (ARI/PARK) pairs may access service in the areas authorized by the entitlement of the subscriptions.NOTE 1:DECT ARI class D is not covered in the present document.Entry of the Personal Identification Number (PIN) shall be done according to GSM 02.30 (ETS 300 511 [3]) at switchon of the DMT with a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) in or at insertion of the SIM when the DMT is switched on. Atthe time of entering the PIN the DMT may be in DECT or GSM mode.NOTE 2:In GSM mode a SIM card is mandatory except for emergency calls. In DECT mode SIM access is needed,e.g. for the SIM phone book.Switching of modes may be done without entering the PIN again. Unblocking PIN or PIN2 need not be supported inDECT mode.4.4DECT profilesIf the voice telephony service is implemented in the DECT part of the DMT it shall be based on at least one of theDECT profiles: Generic Access Profile (GAP) (EN 300 444 [2]); Cordless Terminal Mobility (CTM) Access Profile(CAP) (EN 300 824 [5]) or ISDN Access Profile (IAP) (ETS 300 434-2 [1]).The DECT/GSM IWP (ETR 341 [6]) is not covered by the present document. Scenarios for DMTs with DECT/GSMIWP are given in TR 101 176 [26].5Requirements on manually switched operationWhen in manually switched operation, the DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode. When in either mode, the DMT shalloperate as the corresponding single mode terminal and shall fully comply with the relevant standards for that singlemode terminal (for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT see EN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] andEN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1]).5.1Manual mode selectionWhen in manually switched operation the user shall be given the opportunity to change the chosen mode at any timeexcept when in active communication. Background scanning may be implemented, e.g. to give notification to the user onthe availability of other networks. A background scan may be initiated manually or automatically. If backgroundscanning is implemented then it shall be implemented according to subclause 6.2.2.2.SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)12When the DMT switches mode it shall operate as two single mode terminals where the first is switched off before thesecond is switched on, i.e. it shall deactivate the first mode before activating the second mode. When one mode isactivated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switched on. When one mode is deactivated theDMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switched off.5.2Procedures5.2.1At switch-onIf the DMT was in manually switched operation when switched-off it shall go active (at switch-on) in the same mode itwas active in when switched-off.5.2.2User re-selection of modeThe user may, at any time when not in active communication, initiate re-selection of mode. When the re-selection ofmode is initiated, the DMT could initiate a background scan if implemented but can go directly to the other mode. If asuitable network is identified during the background scan, the user can initiate a switch to the other mode.6Requirements on automatically switched operationThis clause covers the requirements on DMTs with the automatic switched operation implemented, i.e. DMTs whereonly one mode (DECT or GSM) is activated at the time.6.1GeneralThe DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode. When in either mode, the DMT shall operate as the corresponding singlemode terminal (except that it may perform background scanning) and shall fully comply with the relevant standards forthat single mode terminal (for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT see EN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8]to [15] and EN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1]), unless specified in this subclause.When one mode is activated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switched on. When one mode isdeactivated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switched off. When the DMT switches mode, itshall deactivate the first before activating the second, and shall operate a

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.GHORYDQMDDigital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobile communications (GSM); DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminals33.070.50Globalni 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 301 242 Version 1.2.2SIST EN 301 242:2000en01-julij-2000SIST EN 301 242:2000SLOVENSKI

STANDARD
SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)European Standard (Telecommunications series)Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT);Global System for Mobile communications (GSM);DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminalsSIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)2ReferenceREN/DECT-010137 (bi000ipc.PDF)KeywordsDECT, GSM, radio, terminalETSIPostal 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 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)3ContentsIntellectual Property Rights................................................................................................................................5Foreword............................................................................................................................................................51Scope........................................................................................................................................................62References................................................................................................................................................63Definitions and abbreviations..................................................................................................................83.1Definitions.........................................................................................................................................................83.2Abbreviations.....................................................................................................................................................84General on DECT/GSM DMTs...............................................................................................................94.1DECT and GSM modes.....................................................................................................................................94.2Dual mode operation..........................................................................................................................................94.2.1General on manually switched operation....................................................................................................104.2.1.1GSM-only mode...................................................................................................................................104.2.1.2DECT-only mode.................................................................................................................................104.2.2General on automatically switched operation.............................................................................................104.2.3General on parallel operation.....................................................................................................................104.2.3.1Single active mode................................................................................................................................104.2.3.2Double active modes............................................................................................................................114.3Service access..................................................................................................................................................114.4DECT profiles..................................................................................................................................................115Requirements on manually switched operation.....................................................................................115.1Manual mode selection....................................................................................................................................115.2Procedures.......................................................................................................................................................125.2.1At switch-on...............................................................................................................................................125.2.2User re-selection of mode...........................................................................................................................126Requirements on automatically switched operation..............................................................................126.1General.............................................................................................................................................................126.2Mode selection.................................................................................................................................................126.2.1General requirements.................................................................................................................................126.2.2Procedures..................................................................................................................................................136.2.2.1At switch-on..........................................................................................................................................136.2.2.2Background scanning............................................................................................................................136.2.2.3Mode switching....................................................................................................................................136.2.2.4Automatic mode selection....................................................................................................................146.2.2.4.1Preferred use of GSM networks......................................................................................................146.2.2.4.2Preferred use of DECT networks....................................................................................................146.2.2.4.3Protection against excessive signalling...........................................................................................156.2.2.5User re-selection of mode.....................................................................................................................157Requirements on parallel operation.......................................................................................................167.1Parallel mode DMT.........................................................................................................................................167.2Mode selection.................................................................................................................................................167.3Power on and initial registration......................................................................................................................167.4Procedure while in parallel idle modes............................................................................................................167.5Procedures while in active communication in one mode.................................................................................167.5.1Procedure while in active communication in DECT mode.........................................................................177.5.2Procedure while in active communication in GSM mode..........................................................................177.6Procedure while in active communication in both GSM and DECT modes....................................................177.7Loss of 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ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)4Annex A (normative):Testing of DECT/GSM DMTs......................................................................19A.1Radio testing..........................................................................................................................................19A.2Acoustic testing......................................................................................................................................20A.3Protocol testing......................................................................................................................................21Annex B (normative):Timers and constants....................................................................................22B.1Timers....................................................................................................................................................22B.2Constants................................................................................................................................................22History..............................................................................................................................................................23SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)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 from the ETSI Secretariat. Latest updates are available on the ETSI 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).National transposition datesDate of adoption of this EN:27 August 1999Date of latest announcement of this EN (doa):30 November 1999Date of latest publication of new National Standardor endorsement of this EN (dop/e):31 May 2000Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow):31 May 2000SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)61ScopeThe present document specifies the additional requirements to the existing Global System for Mobile communications(GSM) and Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) standards needed for DECT/GSM Dual ModeTerminals (DMTs) that can be switched manually between DECT and GSM mode and/or can perform backgroundscanning and switch automatically between GSM and DECT modes and/or can have both GSM and DECT modesactivated at the same time.For the DECT side, the DECT/GSM Interworking Profile (IWP) is not considered.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, subsequent revisions do apply.· 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 300 434-2: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Integrated ServicesDigital Network (ISDN); DECT/ISDN interworking for end system configuration; Part 2: Accessprofile".[2]EN 300 444: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Generic Access Profile(GAP)".[3]ETS 300 511: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Man-MachineInterface (MMI) of the Mobile Station (MS) (GSM 02.30)".[4]ETS 300 607-1: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Mobile Station (MS)conformance specification; Part 1: Conformance specification (GSM 11.10-1 version 4.22.0)".[5]EN 300 824: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Cordless TerminalMobility (CTM); CTM Access Profile (CAP)".[6]ETR 341: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); DECT/GSM Interworking Profile; Profile overview".[7]TR 101 072: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for MobileCommunications (GSM); DECT/GSM integration based on dual-mode terminals".[8]EN 300 175-1: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 1: Overview".[9]EN 300 175-2: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 2: Physical layer (PHL)".[10]EN 300 175-3: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 3: Medium Access Control (MAC) layer".[11]EN 300 175-4: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 4: Data Link Control (DLC) layer".SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)7[12]EN 300 175-5: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 5: Network (NWK) layer".[13]EN 300 175-6: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 6: Identities and addressing".[14]EN 300 175-7: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 7: Security features".[15]EN 300 175-8: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Common Interface (CI);Part 8: Speech coding and transmission".[16]TBR 6: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications(DECT); General terminal attachment requirements".[17]TBR 10: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications(DECT); General terminal attachment requirements: Telephony applications".[18]TBR 19: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachmentrequirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Access".[19]TBR 20: "European digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachmentrequirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Telephony".[20]TBR 22: "Radio Equipment and Systems (RES); Attachment requirements for terminal equipmentfor Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Generic Access Profile (GAP)applications".[21]TBR 31: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment requirements formobile stations in the DCS 1 800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Telephony".[22]TBR 32: "Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2); Attachment requirements formobile stations in the DCS 1 800 band and additional GSM 900 band; Access".[23]EN 301 440: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Integrated ServicesDigital Network (ISDN); Attachment requirements for terminal equipment for DECT/ISDNinterworking profile applications".[24]ITU-T Recommendation G.111: "Loudness ratings (LRs) in an international connection".[25]EN 301 439: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); Attachment requirements for DECT/GSM dual-mode terminalequipment".[26]TR 101 176: "Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Global System for Mobilecommunications (GSM); DECT/GSM advanced integration of DECT/GSM dual-mode terminalequipment".SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)83Definitions and abbreviations3.1DefinitionsFor the purposes of the present document, the following terms and definitions apply:active communication: state, where a communication link has been established between the DMT and a fixed part ineither GSM or DECT modeactive mode: GSM or DECT mode after being selected and switch on procedures for that mode being performedautomatic switched operation: DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode and switches automatically between thesemodes when it looses current coverage or finds preferred coveragebackground scanning: process whereby a DMT in manually or automatically switched operation attempts to identifythe existence of stable networks in the mode other than the one it is in to which the terminal has access rightsdual mode terminal: terminal comprising both GSM and DECT partsGSM coverage: sum of all GSM Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) coverages where the DMT has at least limitedserviceGSM: in the present document, the GSM part of a DMT can be GSM 900, Digital Cellular System 1800 (DCS 1800) orGSM/DCS dual bandmanually switched operation: DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode and switches between these modes only afterinteraction with the usermode selection: DMT based procedure, whereby operating mode, GSM or DECT, is chosenmode: DMT has two modes, GSM and DECT. In GSM mode the DMT behaves as a GSM Mobile Station (MS) and inDECT mode the DMT behaves as a DECT Portable Part (PP)parallel operation: DMT has both GSM and DECT modes activated at the same time. It is capable of being locationregistered both to a DECT FP and a GSM PLMN at the same time and is capable of at least receiving simultaneously inboth GSM and DECT modespreferred 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 calls3.2AbbreviationsFor the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply:ARIAccess Rights IdentityCAPCTM Access ProfileCTMCordless Terminal MobilityDCSDigital Cellular SystemDECTDigital Enhanced Cordless TelecommunicationsDMTDual Mode TerminalGAPGeneric Access ProfileGSMGlobal System for Mobile communicationIAPISDN Access ProfileIMSIInternational Mobile Subscriber IdentityIWPInterworking ProfileMSMobile StationPARKPortable Access Rights KeyPINPersonal Identification NumberPLMNPublic Land Mobile NetworkSIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)9PPPortable PartSIMSubscriber Identity ModuleLSTRListeners Sidetone RatioRLRReceiving Loudness RatingSLRSending Loudness Rating4General on DECT/GSM DMTs4.1DECT and GSM modesA DMT is a terminal comprising both GSM and DECT parts, see TR 101 072 [7] and TR 101 176 [26]. The DMT is ineither GSM or DECT mode or it can have both modes activated at the same time. In each mode, the DMT shall operateas the corresponding single mode terminal and shall fully comply with the relevant standards for that single modeterminal (for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT see EN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] andEN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1]), unless specified in the present document.The DMT shall give an indication to the user of the mode(s) currently in use.When one mode is being activated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switching on. When onemode is being deactivated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switching off.Location registration within each mode shall be performed according to the relevant standards for single-mode terminals(for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT see EN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] and EN 300 444 [2],EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1]) and the behaviour when switching modes is the same as when one single-modeterminal is switched-off and the second is switched-on:-when deactivating one mode, the applicable behaviour shall be the one specified in the relevant standards for theswitch off (e.g. detach procedure, if applicable), for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT seeEN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] and EN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1];-when activating one mode, the applicable behaviour shall be the one specified in the relevant standards for theswitch on (e.g. attach procedure, if applicable), for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT seeEN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] and EN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1].4.2Dual mode operationThe following ways of operation are possible for a DMT:-Manually switched operation (the DMT behaves as a GSM MS or as a DECT PP):-GSM-only mode;-DECT-only mode.-Automatically switched operation (the DMT behaves as a GSM MS or as a DECT PP and can switchautomatically between GSM and DECT modes):-old mode is switched off before new mode is switched on.-Parallel operation (both DECT and GSM modes are activated and the DMT is location registered both in aGSM PLMN and with a DECT FP):-active communication is only possible in one mode at the time; or-active communication is possible in both modes at the same time.Manually switched operation shall always be implemented in a DMT. In addition, automatically switched operationand/or parallel operation can be implemented.SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)10NOTE:Here, and in the following, referring to manually switched operation means both GSM-only andDECT-only while referring to parallel operation means either single active mode or double active modes.It shall be possible for the user to select any of the implemented ways of operation. When changing way of operation,the relevant DECT and GSM switch-on and switch-off procedures shall be performed if necessary.The DMT should use the last way of operation, as the default way of operation, at every switch-on.4.2.1General on manually switched operationWhen in manually switched operation, the DMT can only be switched manually between GSM mode and DECT mode.The decision of the user to switch mode may be based on the result of a background scan.4.2.1.1GSM-only modeAfter a manual switch to GSM mode, the DMT shall behave as a GSM MS.4.2.1.2DECT-only modeAfter a manual switch to DECT mode, the DMT shall behave as a DECT PP.4.2.2General on automatically switched operationIn automatically switched operation the DMT is registered in only one network at the time using either DECT or GSMmode. The DMT switches automatically between GSM and DECT mode either due to loss of coverage / service orbecause preferred coverage has been identified (during background scanning) in the mode other than the one it iscurrently in. The frequency of mode switching based on background scanning is restricted.When in automatically switched operation, the DMT can be switched manually between GSM mode and DECT modeonly by changing to manually switched operation.When switching mode, the DMT switches the first mode off before the second mode is switched on.The requirements on the active mode shall be met also when the DMT is background scanning for coverage in the othermode.4.2.3General on parallel operationIn parallel operation the DMT is normally registered in two networks at the time using both DECT and GSM mode. TheDMT shall not switch between GSM and DECT modes unless it can meet the requirements on automatically switchedoperation. In case of loss of coverage in one mode, the DMT shall operate according to the idle mode procedures forthat mode.When in parallel operation, the DMT can be forced into DECT or GSM mode only by changing to manually switchedoperation.4.2.3.1Single active modeIn parallel operation with a single active mode the DMT shall simultaneously meet idle mode requirements of bothDECT and GSM. When the DMT is in active communication in one mode, it shall not transmit in the other mode andshall behave as if it was out of coverage in that mode.NOTE:E.g. when the DMT is active in a GSM call, it does not respond to DECT pagings.The normal requirements which apply to a GSM MS shall apply to the DMT also when the DECT receiver is active.The normal requirements which apply to a DECT PP shall apply to the DMT also when the GSM receiver is active.SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)114.2.3.2Double active modesWhen in parallel operation with double active modes, the DMT behaves simultaneously both as a GSM MS and a DECTPP except for cases where some physical units (e.g. microphone and loudspeaker) are shared.The DMT shall simultaneously meet idle mode and active mode requirements of both DECT and GSM. When the DMTis in active communication in one mode, it can transmit in the other mode and shall be capable of handling simultaneouscommunication in both modes.The normal requirements which apply to a GSM MS shall apply to the DMT also when the DECT transceiver is active.The normal requirements which apply to a DECT PP shall apply to the DMT also when the GSM transceiver is active.If parallel operation with double active modes is implemented then functionality to handle a second incoming callshould be implemented.4.3Service accessA DMT with valid International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) and/or Access Rights Identity / Portable AccessRights Key (ARI/PARK) pairs may access service in the areas authorized by the entitlement of the subscriptions.NOTE 1:DECT ARI class D is not covered in the present document.Entry of the Personal Identification Number (PIN) shall be done according to GSM 02.30 (ETS 300 511 [3]) at switchon of the DMT with a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) in or at insertion of the SIM when the DMT is switched on. Atthe time of entering the PIN the DMT may be in DECT or GSM mode.NOTE 2:In GSM mode a SIM card is mandatory except for emergency calls. In DECT mode SIM access is needed,e.g. for the SIM phone book.Switching of modes may be done without entering the PIN again. Unblocking PIN or PIN2 need not be supported inDECT mode.4.4DECT profilesIf the voice telephony service is implemented in the DECT part of the DMT it shall be based on at least one of theDECT profiles: Generic Access Profile (GAP) (EN 300 444 [2]); Cordless Terminal Mobility (CTM) Access Profile(CAP) (EN 300 824 [5]) or ISDN Access Profile (IAP) (ETS 300 434-2 [1]).The DECT/GSM IWP (ETR 341 [6]) is not covered by the present document. Scenarios for DMTs with DECT/GSMIWP are given in TR 101 176 [26].5Requirements on manually switched operationWhen in manually switched operation, the DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode. When in either mode, the DMT shalloperate as the corresponding single mode terminal and shall fully comply with the relevant standards for that singlemode terminal (for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT see EN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8] to [15] andEN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1]).5.1Manual mode selectionWhen in manually switched operation the user shall be given the opportunity to change the chosen mode at any timeexcept when in active communication. Background scanning may be implemented, e.g. to give notification to the user onthe availability of other networks. A background scan may be initiated manually or automatically. If backgroundscanning is implemented then it shall be implemented according to subclause 6.2.2.2.SIST EN 301 242:2000

ETSIETSI EN 301 242 V1.2.2 (1999-09)12When the DMT switches mode it shall operate as two single mode terminals where the first is switched off before thesecond is switched on, i.e. it shall deactivate the first mode before activating the second mode. When one mode isactivated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switched on. When one mode is deactivated theDMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switched off.5.2Procedures5.2.1At switch-onIf the DMT was in manually switched operation when switched-off it shall go active (at switch-on) in the same mode itwas active in when switched-off.5.2.2User re-selection of modeThe user may, at any time when not in active communication, initiate re-selection of mode. When the re-selection ofmode is initiated, the DMT could initiate a background scan if implemented but can go directly to the other mode. If asuitable network is identified during the background scan, the user can initiate a switch to the other mode.6Requirements on automatically switched operationThis clause covers the requirements on DMTs with the automatic switched operation implemented, i.e. DMTs whereonly one mode (DECT or GSM) is activated at the time.6.1GeneralThe DMT is in either GSM or DECT mode. When in either mode, the DMT shall operate as the corresponding singlemode terminal (except that it may perform background scanning) and shall fully comply with the relevant standards forthat single mode terminal (for GSM see references in ETS 300 607-1 [4]; for DECT see EN 300 175 parts 1 to 8 [8]to [15] and EN 300 444 [2], EN 300 824 [5] or ETS 300 434-2 [1]), unless specified in this subclause.When one mode is activated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switched on. When one mode isdeactivated the DMT shall operate like a single mode terminal that is switched off. When the DMT switches mode, itshall deactivate the first before activating the second, and shall op

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