European digital cellular telecommunications system; Attachment requirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Telephony

This Technical Basis for Regulation (TBR) specifies the technical requirements to be provided by terminal equipment capable of connection to a public telecommunications network. These requirements apply to terminals for phase 1 of the public land mobile radio service utilising constant envelope modulation, operating in the 900 MHz band with a channel separation of 200 kHz, and carrying 8 full rate traffic channels per carrier according to the Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) principle. This TBR covers the requirements for GSM Telephony (speech). NOTE: Certain access aspects are part of TBR 5 [7]. For each conformance requirement, one or more test purposes are given. For each test purpose, a single reference is given to the test method in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2]. The requirements apply to speech transmission. The measurement uncertainty is handled, as described in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2]. This TBR covers the essential requirements of the Terminal Directive 91/263/EEC [1] Article 4g. Articles 4d, 4e and 4f are covered by TBR 5 [7]. The Terminal Directive 91/263/EEC [1] Articles 4a and 4b are covered by other directives, and, therefore, not by this TBR. In this TBR, there are no EMC technical requirements in terms of the Terminal Directive 91/263/EEC [1], Article 4c. NOTE: Technical Requirments for EMC performance and testing of the equipment are covered by the relevant standards applicable to the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, Annex A. Terminal equipment may be subject to additional requirements in other Common Technical Regulations (CTR) depending on the equipments functionality. GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2] constitutes the full conformance test suite for GSM. The verification of the conformance requirements in this TBR ame based on the tests described in this reference. The set of requirements in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2] and the set of requirements in this TBR need not be identical.

Evropski digitalni celični telekomunikacijski sistem - Priključitvene zahteve za mobilne postaje globalnega sistema mobilnih komunikacij (GSM) - Telefonija

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European digital cellular telecommunications system; Attachment requirements for
Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile stations; Telephony
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: TBR 009 Edition 2
ICS:
33.070.50 Globalni sistem za mobilno Global System for Mobile
telekomunikacijo (GSM) Communication (GSM)
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TECHNICAL TBR 9
BASIS for October 1995
REGULATION Second Edition
Source: ETSI TC-SMG Reference: DTBR/SMG-0009
ICS: 33.060.50

Key words: European digital cellular telecommunications system, Global System for Mobile communications

(GSM)
European digital cellular telecommunications system;
Attachment requirements for Global System for Mobile
communications (GSM) mobile stations;
Telephony
ETSI
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© European Telecommunications Standards Institute 1995. All rights reserved.
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Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation and publication of this document, errors in content,

typographical or otherwise, may occur. If you have comments concerning its accuracy, please write to

"ETSI Editing and Committee Support Dept." at the address shown on the title page.

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Contents

Foreword .......................................................................................................................................................5

1 Scope ..................................................................................................................................................7

2 Normative references..........................................................................................................................7

3 Information from the client to the test laboratory.................................................................................8

4 Other requirements to GSM mobile stations.......................................................................................8

5 Structure of TBR .................................................................................................................................8

6 References to GSM core specifications..............................................................................................9

7 Abbreviations.....................................................................................................................................10

8 Receiver ............................................................................................................................................11

8.1 Test 1.................................................................................................................................11

9 Tests related to circuit switched call control......................................................................................11

9.1 Circuit Switched Call Control state machine......................................................................11

9.1.1 U3 MS originating Call Proceeding - 4th case..............................................11

9.2 Emergency call establishment ...........................................................................................12

9.2.1 Emergency call establishment (idle updated)................................................12

9.2.2 Emergency call establishment (idle, no IMSI) ...............................................12

9.3 Call Re-establishment........................................................................................................13

10 Testing of structured procedures ......................................................................................................14

10.1 MS originating call establishment, early assignment, release initiated by network

(verification of audio path)..................................................................................................14

10.2 MS originating call establishment, early assignment, release initiated by network

(verification of audio path)..................................................................................................15

10.3 MS terminating call establishment, early assignment, release initiated by MS

(verification of audio path);.................................................................................................16

10.4 MS terminating call establishment, late assignment (verification of audio path) ...............17

11 Speech teleservices ..........................................................................................................................17

11.1 Test 1.................................................................................................................................17

11.2 Test 2.................................................................................................................................18

11.3 Test 3.................................................................................................................................18

11.4 Test 4.................................................................................................................................19

11.5 Test 5.................................................................................................................................20

11.6 Test 6.................................................................................................................................20

11.7 Test 7.................................................................................................................................21

11.8 Test 8.................................................................................................................................21

12 Testing of speech transcoding functions...........................................................................................22

12.1 Downlink speech transcoding ............................................................................................22

12.2 Uplink speech transcoding;................................................................................................22

12.3 Uplink transmitter DTX functions .......................................................................................23

12.4 Speech channel transmission delay ..................................................................................23

Annex A (informative): TBR 9 MATRIX...................................................................................................25

History..........................................................................................................................................................26

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Foreword

This Technical Basis for Regulation (TBR) has been produced by the Special Mobile Group (SMG)

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

This TBR covers the attachment requirements for terminal equipment for the Global System for Mobile

communications (GSM) telephony.

This TBR 9 second edition, has been produced as a result of further work carried out by TC-SMG.

This TBR contains the procedures and requirements for the approval testing of GSM equipment

supporting telephony.
The requirements of other TBRs apply in addition to this TBR.

For each test, SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION is provided, giving a justification why this item has

been selected for regulatory testing, and a reference to the relevant article of the Terminal Directive [1].

This TBR is based on GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2].
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1 Scope

This Technical Basis for Regulation (TBR) specifies the technical requirements to be provided by terminal

equipment capable of connection to a public telecommunications network. These requirements apply to

terminals for phase 1 of the public land mobile radio service utilising constant envelope modulation,

operating in the 900 MHz band with a channel separation of 200 kHz, and carrying 8 full rate traffic

channels per carrier according to the Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) principle.

This TBR covers the requirements for GSM Telephony (speech).
NOTE: Certain access aspects are part of TBR 5 [7].

For each conformance requirement, one or more test purposes are given. For each test purpose, a single

reference is given to the test method in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2]. The requirements apply to

speech transmission.

The measurement uncertainty is handled, as described in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2].

This TBR covers the essential requirements of the Terminal Directive 91/263/EEC [1] Article 4g. Articles

4d, 4e and 4f are covered by TBR 5 [7].

The Terminal Directive 91/263/EEC [1] Articles 4a and 4b are covered by other directives, and, therefore,

not by this TBR.

In this TBR, there are no EMC technical requirements in terms of the Terminal Directive 91/263/EEC [1],

Article 4c.
NOTE: Technical Requirments for EMC performance and testing of the equipment are
covered by the relevant standards applicable to the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC,
Annex A.

Terminal equipment may be subject to additional requirements in other Common Technical Regulations

(CTR) depending on the equipments' functionality.

GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2] constitutes the full conformance test suite for GSM. The verification of

the conformance requirements in this TBR are based on the tests described in this reference. The set of

requirements in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2] and the set of requirements in this TBR need not be

identical.
2 Normative references

This TBR incorporates, by dated or undated reference, provisions from other publications. These

normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text and the publications are listed

hereafter.For dated references subsequent amendments to or revision of any of these publications apply

to the requirements specified in this TBR, only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For

undated references the latest edition of the publication referred to applies.
[1] Terminal Directive 91/263/EEC: "Council directive of 29 April 1991 on the
approximation of the laws of the Member States concerning telecommunications
terminal equipment, including the mutual recognition of their conformity. ("The
Terminal Directive")".
[2] GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1): "European digital cellular telecommunications
system (phase 1); Mobile station conformity specifications".
[3] CCITT Recommendation X.290 (1991): "Open Systems Interconnection -
Conformance Testing Methodology and Framework, General Concepts".
[4] CCITT Recommendation X.291 (1991): "Open Systems Interconnection -
Conformance Testing Methodology and Framework, Abstract Test Suite
Specification".
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[5] CCITT Recommendation X.294 (1991): "Open Systems Interconnection -
Conformance Testing Methodology and Framework, Requirements on Test
Laboratories and Clients for the Conformance Assessment Process".
[6] ETS 300 085 (1990): "Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN); 3,1 kHz
telephony teleservice attachment requirements for handset terminals".
[7] prTBR 5: "European digital cellular telecommunications system; Attachment
requirements for Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) mobile
stations; Mobile Services".
3 Information from the client to the test laboratory

The applicability of the individual tests in this TBR is dependent on the type of equipment submitted for

approval.

The information required to be supplied from the client to the test laboratory appears in Annex 3 of GSM

11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2].

NOTE: The terms PICS and PIXIT in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2] are not the same as

the corresponding terms in CCITT Recommendation X.290 [3] and CCITT
Recommendation X.291 [4].
4 Other requirements to GSM mobile stations

Some special test functions in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2] shall be implemented by the

manufacturer.
5 Structure of TBR

Test group objective (where applicable): gives a narration of the common objective for a group of closely

related test cases.

Test purpose (single or multiple): describes the purpose for performing a particular test i.e. which

behaviour, action, etc. is to be tested.

Test case references (procedures in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2]): points to the detailed test method

and procedure in GSM 11.10 (I-ETS 300 020-1) [2] to be used for the test.
Conformance requirement: describes the requirements to be met in the test.

Requirement reference (from the core specifications); identifies the GSM core specification(s)

accommodating the requirement(s) for these test results. The identification is as accurate as possible,

basically down to a logical unit of the given specification (chapter, section, subsection, etc.) determined on

a per case basis.
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6 References to GSM core specifications

This TBR incorporates by versioned references provisions from other GSM specifications. These

specifications should be considered when using this TBR.

NOTE: This GSM specification list is applicable to all GSM phase 1 related TBRs and

therefore may contain more specifications than actually referred to in this TBR.
Number Version Title
GSM
02.02 3.2.0 Bearer Services Supported by a GSM PLMN
02.03 3.4.0 Teleservices Supported by a GSM PLMN
02.04 3.7.1 Description of Supplementary Services
02.06 3.2.0 Types of Mobile Stations
02.07 3.4.1 Mobile Station Features
02.09 3.1.0 Security Aspects
02.11 3.7.0 Service Accessibility
02.16 3.0.1 International MS Equipment Identities
02.17 3.2.0 Subscriber Identity Modules, Functional Characteristics
02.30 3.9.0 Man-machine Interface of the Mobile Station
02.40 3.2.0 Procedures for Call Progress Indications
02.82 3.6.1 Call Offering Supplementary Services
02.88 3.6.1 Call Restriction Supplementary Services
03.03 3.6.0 Numbering, Addressing and Identification
03.05 3.2.0 Technical performance objectives
03.10 3.3.0 GSM PLMN Connection Types
03.13 3.0.2 Discontinuous Reception (DRX) in the GSM System
03.14 3.0.2 Support of DTMF via the GSM System
03.20 3.3.2 Security-related Network Functions
03.40 3.7.0 Technical Realization Short Message Service Point-to-point
03.41 3.4.0 Technical Realization of Short Message Service Cell Broadcast
03.43 3.0.1 Technical Realization of Videotex
03.44 3.0.1 Support of Teletex in a GSM PLMN
03.45 3.3.0 Technical Realization of Facsimile Group 3 Service - transparent
03.46 3.2.1 Technical Realization of Facsimile Group 3 Service - non transparent
03.50 3.4.0 Transmission Planning Aspects of the Speech Service in the GSM PLMN
System
04.01 3.0.1 MS-BSS Interface - General Aspects and Principles
04.02 3.0.2 GSM PLMN Access Reference Configuration
04.03 3.0.3 MS-BSS Interface : Channel Structures and Access Capabilities
04.04 3.3.4 MS-BSS Layer 1 - General Requirements
04.05 3.1.5 MS-BSS Data Link Layer - General Aspects
04.06 3.9.0 MS-BSS Data Link Layer Specification
04.07 3.3.3 Mobile Radio Interface Signalling Layer 3 -General Aspects
04.08 3.13.0 Mobile Radio Interface - Layer 3 Specification

04.10 3.2.3 Mobile Radio Interface Layer 3 -Supplementary Services Specification -General

Aspects

04.11 3.3.0 Point-to-point Short Message Service Support on Mobile Radio Interface

04.12 3.2.1 Cell Broadcast Short Message Service Support on Mobile Radio Interface

04.21 3.4.0 Rate Adaptation on MS-BSS Interface

04.22 3.7.0 Radio Link Protocol for Data and Telematic Services on the MS-BSS Interface

04.80 3.2.0 Mobile Radio Interface Layer 3 - SS Specification - Formats and Coding

04.82 3.1.3 Mobile Radio Interface Layer 3 - Call Offering SS Specification
04.88 3.1.3 Mobile Radio Interface Layer 3 - Call Restriction SS Specification
05.01 3.3.2 Physical Layer on the Radio Path (General Description)
05.02 3.6.1 Multiplexing and Multiple Access on the Radio Path
05.03 3.6.1 Channel Coding
05.04 3.1.2 Modulation
05.05 3.16.0 Radio Transmission and Reception
05.08 3.7.0 Radio Subsystem Link Control
05.10 3.5.1 Radio Subsystem Synchronization
06.01 3.0.0 Speech Processing Functions : General Description
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06.10 3.2.0 GSM Full Rate Speech Transcoding

06.11 3.0.1 Substitution and Muting of Lost Frames for Full-rate Speech Traffic Channels

06.12 3.0.1 Comfort Noise Aspects for Full Rate Speech Traffic Channels

06.31 3.1.0 Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) for Full Rate Speech Traffic Channels

06.32 3.0.0 Voice Activity Detection
07.01 3.14.0 General on Terminal Adaptation Functions for MSs
07.02 3.8.0 Terminal Adaptation Functions for Services Using Asynchronous Bearer
Capabilities
07.03 3.4.0 Terminal Adaptation Functions for Services Using Synchronous Bearer
Capabilities
09.02 3.10.0 Mobile Application Part Specification

11.11 3.15.0 Specification of the Internal Logical Organization of the SIM and its Interfaces

11.40 3.7.0 System Simulator Specification (MS conformance test system)
7 Abbreviations
For the purposes of this TBR the following abbreviations apply:
Abbreviation Full Term
BFI Bad Frame Indication
CC Call Control
DAI Digital Audio Interface
DISC DISConnect frame
DTX Discontinuous Transmission (mechanism)
ERP Ear Reference Point
IMSI International Mobile Subscriber Identity
MRP Mouth Reference Point
MTC Mobile Terminating Call
MS GSM Mobile Station
PCM Pulse Code Modulation
PICS Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement
PIXIT Protocol Implementation Extra Information for Testing
PLMN Public Land Mobile Network
RF Radio Frequency
SACCH Slow Associated Control CHannel
SDCCH Stand-alone Dedicated Control CHannel
SID Silence Descriptor
SIM Subscriber Identity Module
SS System Simulator
TCH Traffic CHannel
TCH/FS Full rate Traffic CHannel for Speech
TDMA Time Division Multiple Access
TMSI Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity
VAD Voice Activity Detection
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8 Receiver
Reference: GSM 05.05
8.1 Test 1
Test purpose:

To verify that the Bad Frame Indication (BFI) performance for reference sensitivity on a TCH/FS

does not exceed the requirements.
Test case:
II.4.1.2/3
Conformance requirement:

On a full rate speech TCH (TCH/FS) with a random RF input, the overall reception performance

shall be such that, on average, less than one undetected bad speech frame (false bad frame

indication BFI) in 10 seconds will be measured.
Requirement reference:
GSM 05.05 6.4 b).
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
Test case justification:
More errors will degrade the speech channel and DTX functionality.
EC Terminal Directive reference:
Article 4g.
9 Tests related to circuit switched call control
9.1 Circuit Switched Call Control state machine
9.1.1 U3 MS originating Call Proceeding - 4th case
Test purpose:

To verify that a CC-entity of the MS in CC-state U3, "Mobile Originating Call Proceeding", upon

receipt of a PROGRESS message indicating in-band announcement will through-connect the traffic

channel for speech.
Test case:
II.5.3.8.1.2.2.4, trigger input: PROGRESS received with Progress indicator = 8.
Conformance requirement:

A CC-entity of the MS in CC-state U3, "Mobile Originating Call Proceeding", upon receipt of a

PROGRESS message indicating in-band announcement will through-connect the traffic channel for

speech.
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Requirement reference:
TS GSM 04.08 section 3.4.3, TS GSM 04.08 section 5.1.3.
TS GSM 04.08 section 5.2.1.1.4, TS GSM 04.08 section 5.2.1.1.9.
TS GSM 04.08 section 5.5.1, TS GSM 04.08 section 11.3.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
Test case justification:

This test case checks that the MS during establishment of an outgoing call is able to con

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