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3GPP2

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3GPP2 Specifications
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3GPP2
Specifications
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3GPP2
3GPP2 Specifications Overview – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Course Overview Section 1-1

1) Introduction

2) Air Interface Standards

3) CDMA2000 New Features


and Enhancements

4) Standards

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3GPP2
Section 1: Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Introduction Section 1-2

SECTION 3GPP2 Specifications


Overview
1 Introduction
3GPP2
Specifications
Section Introduction TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-3

SECTION INTRODUCTION
z Acronyms & Abbreviations
z Getting the G3PP2
Specifications
z 3GPP2 Specification
Naming Conventions
z Guide to Network Entities
z Family of CDMA Standards
– 1/2
– 2/2

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3GPP2
Specifications
Section Learning Objectives TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-4

• Identify the path to the specifications at the 3GPP2


Web site.

• Define 3GPP2 specification naming conventions.

• Review the 3GPP2 network entities.

• List the major CDMA specifications.


3GPP2
Specifications
Acronyms and Abbreviations TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-5

1xEV-DO 1x Evolution Data Optimized CF Collection Function


1xEV-DV 1x Evolution Data and Voice CPCCH Common Power Control Channel
3GPP2 Third Generation Partnership Project CRDB Coordinate Routing Data Base
AAA Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting CSC Customer Service Center
AC Authentication Center DCCH Dedicated Control Channel
ACCT Access Control based on Call Type DCE Data Circuit Equipment
AN Access Network DF Delivery Function
ANSI American National Standards Institute DMH Data Message Handler
ARQ Automatic Repeat Request DRS Data Ready to Send
AT Access Terminal DS Digital Service
BC Band Class EACH Enhanced Access Channel
BCCH Broadcast Control Channel EF Elementary File
BS Base Station EGSRM Enhanced GSRM
BSC Base Station Controller EIA Electronic Industries Alliance
BTS Base Transceiver System EIB Erasure Indicator Bit
CACH Common Assignment Channel EIR Equipment Identity Register
CCI Configuration Change Indicator ERAM Enhanced Rate Adaptive Mode
CCSH Code Combining Soft Handoff ESME Emergency Services Message Entity
CDCP Call Data Collection Point ESN Electronic Serial Number
CDG CDMA Development Group ESNE Emergency Services Network Entity
CDGP Call Data Generation Point EVRC Enhanced Variable Rate Codec
CDIS Call Data Information Source F-CCCH Forward Common Control Channel
CDMA Code Division Multiple Access FCH Fundamental Channel
CDRP Call Data Rating Point FEC Forward Error Correction
3GPP2
Specifications
Acronyms and Abbreviations (continued) TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-6

FER Frame Error Rate MIN Mobile Identification Numbers


FTAP Forward Test Application Protocol MNRU Modulated Noise Reference Unit
GPS Global Positioning System MPC Mobile Position Center
GSM Global System for Mobile communications MS Mobile Station
HA Home Agent MS-BS Mobile Station - Base Station
HDR High Data Rate MSC Mobile Switching Center
HLR Home Location Register MSO Markov Service Options
HRPD High Rate Packet Data MT Mobile Terminal
IAP Intercept Access Point MWNE Managed Wireless Network Entity
IETF Internet Engineering Task Force Mux Multiplex
IMSI International Mobile Subscriber Identifier NID Network Identifier
IOS Interoperability Specifications NLM NetWare Loadable Modules
IP Internet Protocol NNSCR Non-Negotiable Service Configuration Record
ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network NPDB Number Portability Database
IWF Inter-Working Function OA&M Operation, Administration, and Maintenance
LAC Link Access Control OM Operational Service
LPDE Local Position Determining Entity OSF Operations System Function
LPM Logical-to-Physical Mapping OTA Over-The-Air
LSO Loopback Service Option OTAF Over-The-Air Service Provisioning Function
MAC Medium Access Control OTAPA Over-The-Air Parameter Administration
MAP Mobile Application Part OTASP Over-The-Air Service Provisioning
MC Message Center OTD Orthogonal Transmit Diversity
MCC Mobile Country Code PCF Packet Control Function
ME Mobile Equipment PCS Personal Communications Service
3GPP2
Specifications
Acronyms and Abbreviations (continued) TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-7

PDE Position Determination Equipment SIM GSM Subscriber Identity Module


PDN Packet Data Network SME Short Message Entity
PDSN Packet Data Service Node SMS Short Message Service
PDU Protocol Data Unit SMV Selectable Mode Vocoder
PER PDU Error Rate SN Service Node
POTS Plain Old Telephone Service SSPR System Selection for Preferred Roaming
PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network STS Space Time Spreading
QCELP QUALCOMM Code Excited Linear Prediction TA Terminal Adapter
QOF Quasi-Orthogonal Functional TAS Test Application Specification
QoS Quality of Service TD Transmit Diversity
R-UIM Removable User Identity Module TDSO Test Data Service Option
RADIUS Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service TE Terminal Equipment
RC Radio Configuration TFO Tandem Free Operation
R-CCCH Reverse-Common control Channel TIA Telecommunications Industry Association
R-EACH Reverse Enhanced Access Channel TRAU Transcorder/Rate Adapter Unit
RLP Radio Link Protocol TTY TeleTypeWriter
RTAP Reverse Test Application Protocol UIM User Identity Module
SCH Supplemental Channel UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
SCP Service Control Point UTRA UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access
SCR Service Configuration Record VLR Visitor Location Register
SDB Short Data Burst VMS Voice Message System
SDU Service Data Unit WNE Wireless Network Entity
SI Segmentation Indicator WCDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access
SID System Identification WLL Wireless Local Loop
3GPP2
Specifications
Getting the 3GPP2 Specifications TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-8

Visit the 3GPP2 Website:

http://www.3gpp2.org/Public_html/specs/index.cfm

Note: All specifications are subject to revision, and


users of this presentation are encouraged to investigate
the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the
specifications indicated in this material.
3GPP2
Specifications
3GPP2 Specification Naming Conventions TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-9

X . Y nnnn - Z

Z: Revision of the Specification (0, A, B, C …)

nnnn: Four-digit Specification Number

Y: Document Category (S, R, or P)

X: TSG Indicator (A, C, N, P, or S)

Examples:
• 3GPP2 C.S0001-A Æ TSG-C Technical Specification 0001 Release A
• 3GPP2 S.R0057-0 Æ TSG-S Technical Report 0057 Release 0
3GPP2
Specifications
Guide to Network Entities TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-10

KEY MS IP T3 SCP T7 SN

T8
T5 T9 T1 T2 T6 T4 Di Ai
Specific Network Entity
MT0
ME
NPDB EIR PSTN W DCE Rv
Z TE2
Composite Entity Ater
Sm E F Ai
MT1 BS
TE1
Um BTS Abis BSC A MSC Pi PDN Rx
Collective Entity TE2
Rm TAm
TE2 Q C B Di
x
Aquinter
Interface to Another Instance MC N HLR D VLR Q1 ISDN S
of Same Network Entity Rm MT2 TE1
TE2
M2 G
M1 H N1 D1
H PCF
Network Reference Point
Ur Ui
SME AC OTAF Di TA R
TE2
Aquater M3 V
Line Intersection UIM
P1

PSDN AAA HA IWF

Pi
CDIS IAP WNE Y
I d X

MWNE CDGP J CDCP DF CSC

C1 K e
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OSF CDRP CF

C2
3GPP2
Specifications
Family of CDMA Standards – 1/2 TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-11

Category Reference Point Standard


Air-Interface (MS-BS) Um TIA/EIA-95-B, IS-2000-A, IS-833, IS-834, IS-856-1
A-Interface A, Abis, Aquater TIA-2001, TIA/EIA-828-A, TIA-878, TIA/EIA-895
(BSC-MSC, BSC-BTS, PDSN-PCF, Aquinter, Ater
BSC-PCF, BS-BS)
Inter-system Interface B, C, D, E, G, H, M1, M2, M3, N, Q, TIA/EIA-41-D
(MSC-VLR, MSC-HLR, VLR-HLR, Z1, Z2, Z3
MSC-MSC, VLR-VLR, HLR-AC, SME-MC,
MC-MC, SME-SME, HLR-MC, MC-MSC,
MSC-VMS, HLR-VMS, MC-VMS)
Other Network Standards TIA/EIA/124-D, IS-725-A, TIA-735, TIA-737,
TIA-751, TIA-756-A, TIA-764, IS-771, IS-778,
IS-807, IS-875, J-STD-025-A, J-STD-034,
J-STD-036, J-STD-038-A
Data Service IFW Interface (WNE-IWF) Y IS-658
Wireless IP (AAA-AAA, AAA-PDN, Pi IS-835-B
PDSN-PDN)

Note: Unless otherwise specified, IS-xxx should be read as TIA/EIA/IS-xxx


3GPP2
Specifications
Family of CDMA Standards – 2/2 TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-12

Category Reference Point Standard


Service Vocoder - TIA/EIA-96-C, IS-127, TIA/EIA-733-A, IS-893
Data Rm IS-707-A
Circuit-switched Video - TIA-926
Short Message - IS-637-B
OTASP - IS-683-B
Position Location - IS-801-1
R-UIM Ur IS-820-A
CCAT - TIA-915
Performance & Test MS (AT), BS (AN) - TIA/EIA-97-D, TIA/EIA-98-D, IS-864, IS-866
Loopback - TIA/EIA-126-D
Test Data - IS-870, IS-890
Markov - IS-871
Vocoder - TIA/EIA-125-A, IS-718, TIA/EIA-736-A, IS-894
TTY - IS-889
Position Location - TIA-916
Signaling - IS-898, TIA-919
Wireless IP - TIA-918
Miscellaneous SID, NID, MCC - TSB29-D
Parameters Assign - TSB58-E
3GPP2
Specifications
What We Learned in This Section TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-13

9 Path to the specifications at the 3GPP2 Web site.

9 3GPP2 specification naming conventions.

9 3GPP2 network entities.

9 Major CDMA specifications.


3GPP2
Specifications
Introduction – Review TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 1-14

SECTION REVIEW
z Acronyms & Abbreviations
z Getting the G3PP2
Specifications
z 3GPP2 Specification
Naming Conventions
z Guide to Network Entities
z Family of CDMA Standards
– 1/2
– 2/2

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3GPP2
Section 2: Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Air Interface Standards Section 2-1

SECTION

2 Air Interface Standards


3GPP2
Specifications
Section Introduction TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-2

SECTION INTRODUCTION
z CDMA Standard Evolution
z CDMA2000 Core Standards
z CDMA2000 Standard
Structure
z C.S0001 (IS-2000.1)
z C.S0002 (IS-2000.2)
z C.S0003 (IS-2000.3)
z C.S0004 (IS-2000.4)
z C.S0005 (IS-2000.5)

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3GPP2
Specifications
Section Learning Objectives TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-3

• Review the 3GPP2 standards evolutionary path.

• Introduce the 3GPP2 core standards and structure.

• Provide an abstract of the Air Interface core standards.


3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA Standard Evolution TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-4

2G 3G MC-CDMA
IS-856
1xEV-DO
J-STD-008
TSB74
IS-2000
Coexist Release C

1xEV-DV
IS-2000 IS-2000 IS-2000
IS-95A TIA/EIA-95-B
Release 0 Release A Release B

1x MC 1x/3x MC
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Core Standards TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-5

3GPP2 TIA
Title
Designator Designator

C.S0001 IS-2000.1 Introduction to CDMA2000 Standards for Spread Spectrum Systems

C.S0002 IS-2000.2 Physical Layer Standard for CDMA2000 Spread Spectrum Systems

Medium Access Control (MAC) Standards for CDMA2000 Spread


C.S0003 IS-2000.3
Spectrum Systems

Signaling Link Access Control (LAC) Standard for CDMA2000


C.S0004 IS-2000.4
Spread Spectrum Systems

Upper Layer (Layer 3) Signaling Standard for CDMA2000 Spread


C.S0005 IS-2000.5
Spectrum Systems

C.S0024 IS-856 CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specifications
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Standard Structure TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-6

Voice Service(s)
Data

Signaling to Physical Layer Interface

Data Service(s)
Upper
Layers
Volume 5: IS-2000.5
Data Burst

Upper Layer
Signaling

L3 PDU

Voice
LAC
Sublayer
Signaling LAC
Volume 4: IS-2000.4
LAC PDU

f-csch RLP SDU

MAC
Sublayer
SRBP
RLP
RLP Volume 3: IS-2000.3
f/r-csch f/r-dtch f/r-dsch f/r-dtch
Mux and QoS Sublayer
Common Channel Multiplex Sublayer Multiplex Sublayer

F- F- F/R- F/R- F/R-


F-SYNC F-CACH R-EACH F-PCH F/R-FCH
BCCH CPCCH CCCH R-ACH DCCH SCHi

Physical
Layer
Physical Layer (Coding and Modulation) Volume 2: IS-2000.2
3GPP2
Specifications
C.S0001 (IS-2000.1) TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-7

Introduction to CDMA2000 Standards for Spread


Spectrum Systems

Abstract: This volume describes the high-level overview of


CDMA2000 standards and architecture.
• Overview of the CDMA2000 family of standards
• General architecture of CDMA2000
• The relationship to TIA/EIA-95-B
• Physical and logical channel naming conventions
• CDMA2000 constants (pointer to other volumes)

To learn more about CDMA2000 from CDMA University, go to


http://www.qualcomm.com/cdma/university/list.html
3GPP2
Specifications
C.S0002 (IS-2000.2) TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-8

Physical Layer Standard for CDMA2000 Spread


Spectrum Systems
Abstract: This volume describes the Physical layer requirements
for both the mobile and the Base Station in the CDMA mode.
• Frequency parameters
• Channel spacing and designation
• Power output characteristics
• Modulation characteristics
– FEC, repetition, puncturing, interleaving, sequence repetition, data
scrambling, spreading, etc.
• Physical channel structure
• Demodulation characteristics
• Interface to/from the MAC layer
• Malfunction detection
3GPP2
Specifications
C.S0003 (IS-2000.3) TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-9

Medium Access Control (MAC) Standards for


CDMA2000 Spread Spectrum Systems

Abstract: This volume describes the normative behavior of the


IS-2000 MAC sublayer, the overall structure, the entity and
service model, and the entities that compose the MAC sublayer.
• Layering model
• Service primitives
• Service interfaces
• MAC sublayer entities
• Short data bursts
• Mux and QoS sublayer
• Supervisory procedure
3GPP2
Specifications
C.S0004 (IS-2000.4) TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-10

Signaling Link Access Control (LAC) Standard for


CDMA2000 Spread Spectrum Systems
Abstract: This volume describes the Layer 2 link access control
signaling protocol architecture and functionality used to provide
the transport and delivering of Layer 3 signaling messages over
CDMA2000 radio channels.
• Conceptual model for the LAC sublayer
• Interface to L3/MAC
• Functional description
• Authentication sublayer
• ARQ sublayer
• Addressing sublayer
• Utility sublayer
• Segmentation and reassembly sublayer
3GPP2
Specifications
C.S0005 (IS-2000.5) TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-11

Upper Layer (Layer 3) Signaling Standard for


CDMA2000 Spread Spectrum Systems
Abstract: This volume describes the signaling layer requirements
for both the mobile and the Base Station in CDMA mode.
• General signaling architecture
• Interface to Layer 2
• Security and identification
• Accumulated statistics
• Layer 3 processing
• PDU format
• CDMA call flow examples
• CDMA constants
• Mobile station indicators
3GPP2
Specifications
What We Learned in This Section TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-12

9 3GPP2 standards evolutionary path.

9 3GPP2 core standards and structure.

9 Abstract of the air Interface core standards.


3GPP2
Specifications
Air Interface Standards – Review TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 2-13

SECTION REVIEW
z CDMA Standard Evolution
z CDMA2000 Core Standards
z CDMA2000 Standard
Structure
z C.S0001 (IS-2000.1)
z C.S0002 (IS-2000.2)
z C.S0003 (IS-2000.3)
z C.S0004 (IS-2000.4)
z C.S0005 (IS-2000.5)

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3GPP2
Section 3: Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university CDMA2000 New Features and Enhancements Section 3-1

SECTION
CDMA2000

3 New Features and


Enhancements
3GPP2
Specifications
Section Introduction TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-2

SECTION INTRODUCTION

z CDMA2000 Release 0
z CDMA2000 Release A
z CDMA2000 Release B
z CDMA2000 Release C
z Cross Mode Specifications
z 1xEV-DO Specifications

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3GPP2
Specifications
Section Learning Objectives TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-3

• Review the new Physical Layer, Signaling Layer, and


user features for CDMA2000 Release 0, A, B, and C.

• Review the cross mode specifications.

• Review the 1xEV-DO specification.


3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Release 0 – 1/3 TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-4

Physical Layer Features


• New radio configuration support (Forward link RC3, RC4, RC5;
Reverse link RC3 and RC4)
• Quick Paging Channel (QPI and CCI)
• Forward fast power control (800, 400/400, 200/600, EIB)
• Reverse Pilot Channel
• QOF
• OTD
• DCCH support
• SCH support

High Speed Data


• Control Hold Mode (Reverse Pilot Gating)
• Reduced SCH Active Set
• Mobile-assisted burst operation
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Release 0 – 2/3 TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-5

User Features
• Tiered service
• Answer holding
• User-selective call forwarding (add forwarding to
voice mail, pre-stored number in mobile)
• Support of 5 ms frame size
• Position location support (Geo-Location Info
Record)
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Release 0 – 3/3 TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-6

Other Features
• New band class support (band • GSRM enhancement (EGSRM)
class 2 to 10) • SCR and NNSCR
• Band subclass support • Inter-frequency hard handoff
• Slotted timer support alignment
• Retry feature (retry order) • Idle handoff enhancement
• 1/8th R-FCH gating • Sync Channel message
• Support of 5 ms frame size modifications
(support of mini-messages) • DRS (Data Ready to Send) in
• SDB support origination message
• Release order (service • LPM (Logical-to-Physical
inactive) on Traffic Channel Mapping)
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Release A – 1/3 TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-7

Physical Layer Features


• New Common Channel support (BCCH, FCCCH, REACH, CACH, CPCCH,
RCCCH)
• Support of Basic Access mode and Reservation Access mode on EACH
• Forward fast power control (QIB, 50/50, and 400/50 bps)
• Auxiliary Pilot support
• Boosting Reverse power in frames shortened by inter-frequency hard
handoff search
• TD support (STS)
• 40 ms and 80 ms frame length for SCH
• Spreading Rate 3 (3x) Traffic Channel
• Spreading Rate 3 (3x) Common Channel
• 3x Forward/1x Reverse on Traffic Channel
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Release A – 2/3 TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-8

User Features
• Concurrent service support
• Enhanced encryption protocol
• Global emergency flag in OM
• Broadcast SMS on BCCH
• ACCT (Access Control based on Call Type)
• Position location support (add flag in OM and overhead
messages)
• WLL support (device type and hook status)
• Multiple character sets
• Silent re-origination
• Call Waiting indicator
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Release A – 3/3 TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-9

Other Features
• Partial address comparison • Retry feature for concurrent service
• Flexible rate for FCH/DCCH/SCH • Extended message length on new
Common Channel
• Variable rate for SCH
• TA timer for EACH and R-CCCH
• Support of 307 kbps data rate
• Two SI bits on new Common Channel
• Store service configuration upon
• Sync Channel message modifications
releasing channel to allow
speedup service negotiation • Obsolete service option negotiation
(SYNC ID) • Short version of service request to
• Broadcast indicator on QPCH release service option (Resource
Release Request message)
• Purge service (Resource Release • NLM not required to send for BC0
Request message)
• ENLM not required to send for BC1, 3,
• QoS support and 4
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Release B TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-10

New Features
• Rescue Channel
• Support of different Mux options for FCH and
DCCH
• ERAM (Enhanced Rate Adaptive Mode)
• CCSH (Code Combining Soft Handoff)
• SDB on Common Channel only (flag for CCPD
in origination message)
3GPP2
Specifications
CDMA2000 Release C (Not Final) TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-11

New Features

• 1xEV-DV support

• Enhanced authentication (a.k.a., message


integrity)

• Decoupling PLCM from ESN

• Fast call setup


3GPP2
Cross Mode Specifications – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0007 (IS-834) and C.S0008 (IS-833) Section 3-12

Native Modes
Developed by
CDMA DS-MAP (WCDMA, UTRA) GAP
- DS lower layers using GSM signaling
Developed by
CDMA MC-41 (cdma2000 MC modes) 3GPP2
- MC lower layers using IS-41 signaling

Cross Modes
Developed by
CDMA DS-41 (IS-834)
3GPP2 with
- DS lower layers using IS-41 signaling support from
3GPP
CDMA MC-MAP (IS-833)
- MC lower layers using GSM signaling
3GPP2
1xEV-DO Specifications – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0024 (IS-856) Section 3-13

CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface


Specification
Abstract: Also known as 1x Evolution Data Only (optimized), 1xEV-DO is based
on QUALCOMM’s HDR technologies with some enhancements for increased
traffic throughput and inter-operability to CDMA2000 networks. 1xEV-DO is part
of the CDMA2000 family of standards.
• Physical Layer
• MAC Layer
• Security Layer
• Connection Layer
• Session Layer
• Stream Layer
• Application Layer

To learn more about this specification from CDMA University, go to:


http://www.qualcomm.com/cdma/university/cdma1xEV.html
3GPP2
Specifications
What We Learned in This Section TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 3-14

9 New Physical Layer, Signaling Layer, and user


features for CDMA2000 Release 0, A, B, and C.

9 Cross mode specifications.

9 1xEV-DO specification.
3GPP2
CDMA2000 New Features and Enhancements Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university – Review Section 3-15

SECTION REVIEW

z CDMA2000 Release 0
z CDMA2000 Release A
z CDMA2000 Release B
z CDMA2000 Release C
z Cross Mode Specifications
z 1xEV-DO Specifications

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3GPP2
Section 4: Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Standards Section 4-1

SECTION

4 Standards
3GPP2
Specifications
Section Introduction TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 4-2

SECTION INTRODUCTION

z A Interface Standards
z Network Standards
z Wireless IP Standards
z Application Standards
z Performance/Test
Standards
z Other Standards

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3GPP2
Specifications
Section Learning Objectives TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 4-3

• Review the abstract and details of the A Interface,


Network, Wireless IP, Application, and
Performance/Test core standards, as well as other
key standards.
3GPP2
A Interface Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university A.S0001 (TIA-2001) Section 4-4

Interoperability Specifications (IOS) for CDMA2000


Access Network Interfaces

Abstract: IS-634 (A Interface standard) was intended to


standardize the MSC-BS interface; however, too many options
resulted in implementation issues. Sprint PCS led a CDG effort to
remove the IS-634 architecture issues for CDG IOS. IS-2001 is
based on CDG’s IOS.
• A1, A2, and A5 interfaces (A interface)
• A3 and A7 interfaces (Ater interface)
• A10 and A11 interfaces (Aquater interface)
• A8 and A9 interfaces (Aquinter interface)
• TIA/EIA-828-A defines Abis interface
3GPP2
A Interface Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university A.S0007 (TIA-878) Section 4-5

Inter-Operability Specification (IOS) for High Rate


Packet Data (HRPD) Access Network Interfaces

Abstract: This standard describes the protocol and some generic


procedures to support the High Rate Packet Data. This is based
on IS-2001.
• Access authentication
• Data delivery
• Session handoff between ANs
• Status management
3GPP2
A Interface Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university A.S0004 (TIA/EIA-895) Section 4-6

CDMA Tandem Free Operation (TFO)

Abstract: This standard details the Inband Signaling protocol


between Transcoder/Rate Adapter Units (TRAU) for speech
Traffic Channels for the Tandem Free Operation of Speech
Codecs, sometimes also termed "Vocoder Bypass." It is applied
to the North American standard TIA/EIA/IS-2000-A.
• TFO frame structure
• TFO message structure
• Time alignment of TFO frames and TFO messages
• Processes for TFO
• State machine of the TFO protocol process for CDMA
• Detailed description of TFO protocol for CDMA
3GPP2
Network Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university N.S0005 (TIA/EIA-41) Section 4-7

Cellular Radio-Telecommunications Intersystem


Operations
Abstract: This standard describes procedures necessary to
provide to cellular radio telephone subscribers certain services
requiring interaction between different cellular systems.
• Functional overview
• Intersystem handoff information flows
• Automatic roaming information flows
• OA&M information flows and procedure
• Signaling protocols
• Signaling procedures
3GPP2
Network Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Other Network Standards Section 4-8

Standard # Title
Wireless Radio Telecommunications Intersystem Non-Signaling Data Communication DMH
TIA/EIA-124-D
(Data Message Handler)
Cellular Radiotelecommunications Intersystem Operations - Over-the-Air Service Provisioning
IS-725-A
(OTASP) & Parameter Administration (OTAPA)
Enhancements to TIA/EIA-41-D & TIA/EIA-664 for Advanced Features in Wideband Spread
TIA-735
Spectrum Systems
TDMA Cellular/PCS-Radio Interface - Minimum Performance Standards for Discontinuous
TIA-737
Transmission Operation of a Mobile Station
TIA-751 TIA/EIA-41-D Modifications to Support IMSI
TIA-756-A TIA/EIA-41-D Enhancements for Wireless Number Portability Phase II
TIA-764 TIA/EIA-41-D Enhancements for Wireless Calling Name Feature Descriptions
IS-771 Wireless Intelligent Network
IS-778 Wireless Authentication Enhancements Descriptions
IS-807 TIA/EIA-41-D Enhancements for Internationalization
Enhanced International Dialing Number Identification and Callbacks, Calling Party Category
IS-875
Identification
J-STD-025-A Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance
J-STD-034 Wireless Enhanced Emergency Services
J-STD-036 Emergency Services Data Communications
J-STD-038 Network Interworking Between GSM Map and TIA/EIA-41-MAP
3GPP2
Wireless IP Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university P.S0001 (IS-835) Section 4-9

CDMA2000 Wireless IP Network Standard


Abstract: This standard defines the two methods for accessing
public networks (Internet) and private networks (Intranets)—
Simple IP and Mobile IP—and the required Quality of Service and
accounting support. IETF protocols are widely employed
whenever possible to minimize the number of new protocols
required and to maximize the use of well accepted standards and
hence, the speed to market.
• Protocol reference models for Simple IP, Mobile IP, RADIUS, and
the overall wireless packet data network
• Simple IP operation and Mobile IP operation
• Mobility management for PCF-PCF and PDSN-PDSN handoff
• Quality of Service and accounting
• R-P interface, radio network requirements and air-interface
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0009 (TIA/EIA-96) Section 4-10

Speech Service Option Standard for Wideband


Spread Spectrum Systems
Abstract: This standard describes technical requirements for
Service Option 1, a variable rate, two-way speech service
option. (8 k QCELP)
• Variable speech coding algorithm
• Input audio interface
• Format prediction parameters determination
• Data rate determination
• Pitch prediction parameters determination
• Excitation codebook parameters determination
• Data packing
• Speech codec initialization
• Output audio interface
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0014 (IS-127) Section 4-11

Enhanced Variable Rate Codec, Speech Service


Option 3 for Wideband Spread Spectrum
Digital Systems
Abstract: This standard describes technical requirements for
Service Option 3, an enhanced variable rate, two-way speech
service option, known as Enhanced Variable Rate Codec (EVRC).
• Input/output audio interface
• Input signal processing
• Model parameter estimation
• Data rate determination
• Encoder/decoder
• Codebook memories and constants
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0020 (TIA/EIA-733) Section 4-12

High Rate Speech Service Option 17 for Wideband


Spread Spectrum Communication Systems
Abstract: This standard describes technical requirements for
Service Option 17, a variable rate, two-way speech service
option. (13 k QCELP) The maximum speech coding rate of the
service option is 13.3 kbps.
• Variable speech coding algorithm
• A Input audio interface
• Format prediction parameters determination
• Packet type determination
• Pitch prediction parameters determination
• Excitation codebook parameters determination
• Data packing
• Speech codec initialization
• Output audio interface
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0030 (IS-893) Section 4-13

Selectable Mode Vocoder Service Option for Wideband


Spread Spectrum Communication Systems
Abstract: This standard describes technical requirements for Service
Option 56, a variable-rate, two-way speech service option. (SMV)
The maximum speech-coding rate of the service option is 8.55 kbps.
• Interface between SMV and CDMA2000 systems
• Audio interface to SMV
• SMV algorithm
• In-band data capabilities
• Floating point C-code
To learn more about this specification from CDMA University, go to:
http://www.qualcomm.com/cdma/university/cdmasmv.html
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0017 (IS-707-A) Section 4-14

Data Service Options for Wideband Spread


Spectrum Systems
Abstract: This standard describes data services available on
spread spectrum systems. It is organized into a series of related
recommendations, some of which address functions common to
all CDMA data services, and others that describe a specific data
service.
• RLP (type 1, 2 and 3)
• AT command processing and the Rm interface
• Async data and fax services
• Packet data services
• STU-III services
• Analog fax service
• ISDN interworking
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0015 (IS-637) Section 4-15

Short Message Service for Spread Spectrum


Systems

Abstract: This standard describes requirements for a Short


Message Service (SMS), providing delivery of text and numeric
information for paging, messaging, and voice mail notification.
• Protocol and network reference model
• SMS relay layer
• SMS transport layer
• SMS teleservice layer
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0016 (IS-683) Section 4-16

Over-the-Air Service Provisioning of Mobile


Stations in Spread Spectrum Systems

Abstract: This standard describes technical requirements for


over-the-air service provisioning of mobile stations. The scope of
this standard covers over-the-air provisioning of mobile station
operational parameters, provisioning of system selection for
preferred roaming parameters, provisioning of service
programming lock, and the provisioning of preferred user zone
list.
• Messaging transmission protocol
• Mobile station procedure
• Base Station procedure
• Key exchange protocol
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0022 (IS-801) Section 4-17

Position Determination Service Standard for


Dual Mode Spread Spectrum Systems

Abstract: This standard defines a set of signaling messages


between the mobile and the Base Station to provide a position
determination service.
• Messaging transmission protocol
• Mobile station procedure
• Base Station procedure
3GPP2
Application Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0023 (IS-820) Section 4-18

Removable User Identity Module (R-UIM) for


TIA/EIA Spread Spectrum Standards

Abstract: This standard describes the requirements for the


Removable User Identity Module. The requirements are
expressed as additions to the current specification of the SIM
(GSM 11.11) and this ancillary, or “delta,” document.
• Physical, electrical, and logical interface
• Dedicated file (DF) and Elementary file (EF) structure
• ANSI-41 based authentication
• Additional air interface procedures
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0010 (TIA/EIA-97) Section 4-19

Recommended Minimum Performance Standards


for Base Stations Supporting Dual-Mode Spread
Spectrum Systems

Abstract: This standard details definitions, methods of


measurement, and minimum performance requirements for
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Base Stations.
• General modem requirements
• Standard emissions measurement procedure
• Receiver minimum standard
• Transmitter minimum standard
• General requirements
• Standard test conditions
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0011 (TIA/EIA-98) Section 4-20

Recommended Minimum Performance Standards


for CDMA2000 Spread Spectrum Cellular Mobile
Stations

Abstract: This Standard details definitions, methods of


measurement, and minimum performance requirements for Code
Division Multiple Access (CDMA) mobile stations.
• General modem requirements
• Standard radiated emissions measurement procedure
• Receiver minimum standard
• Transmitter minimum standard
• Environmental requirements
• Standard test conditions
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0032 (IS-864) Section 4-21

Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for


CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Access Network
Abstract: This standard details definitions, methods of
measurement, and minimum performance requirements for
Access networks.
• Standard emissions measurement procedure
• Physical Layer minimum standard
• MAC Layer minimum standard
• Security Layer minimum standard
• Connection Layer minimum standard
• Session Layer minimum standard
• Stream Layer minimum standard
• Application Layer minimum standard
• General requirements
• Standard test conditions
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0033 (IS-866) Section 4-22

Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for


CDMA2000 High Rate Packet Data Access Terminal
Abstract: This standard details definitions, methods of
measurement, and minimum performance requirements for Access
terminals.
• Standard radiated emissions measurement procedure
• Physical Layer minimum standard
• MAC Layer minimum standard
• Security Layer minimum standard
• Connection Layer minimum standard
• Session Layer minimum standard
• Stream Layer minimum standard
• Application Layer minimum standard
• Environmental requirements
• Standard test conditions
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0013 (TIA/EIA-126) Section 4-23

Loopback Service Option (LSO) for CDMA2000


Spread Spectrum Systems

Abstract: This standard specifies procedures for the Loopback


Service Option. The LSO is used to allow verification of the
Physical Layer performance Frame Error Rate (FER) of the
Fundamental Code Channel, Forward Supplemental Code
Channel, and Fundamental Channel.
• Procedure and operation of the mobile station and Base
Station for the LSO
• Data block information bits
• Computing error rate statistics at the Base Station
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0026 (IS-870) Section 4-24

Test Data Service Option (TDSO) for CDMA2000


Spread Spectrum Systems
Abstract: This standard specifies procedures for the Test Data
Service Option. The TDSO is used to allow verification of the
Physical Layer performance Frame Error Rate (FER) and PDU
error rate (PER) of CDMA2000 physical channels.
• Requirements and general description of the TDSO
• Procedure and operation of the mobile station and Base
Station for the TDSO
• TDSO call flow example
• Procedure for conducting a TDSO test
• Equations for calculating
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0029 (IS-890) Section 4-25

Test Application Specification (TAS) for High Rate


Packet Data Air Interface

Abstract: This standard describes requirements for test


applications in CDMA2000 high rate packet data systems.
These requirements ensure that a compliant Access terminal
and a compliant Access network can interoperate to execute
tests.

• Forward Test Application Protocol (FTAP) specification


• Reverse Test Application Protocol (RTAP) specification
• Test application example flow diagrams
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0025 (IS-871) Section 4-26

Markov Service Options (MSO) for CDMA2000


Spread Spectrum Systems

Abstract: This standard specifies procedures for the Markov


Service Option. The MSO is used to allow verification of the
Physical Layer performance Frame Error Rate (FER) of the
CDMA2000 Fundamental channels.
• Procedure and operation of the mobile station and Base Station
for the MSO
• Message format
• Procedure for conducting a Markov test
• Examples of setting up a Markov call by using service
negotiation
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0012 (TIA/EIA-125) Section 4-27

Recommended Minimum Performance Standard for


Digital Cellular Wideband Spread Spectrum
Speech Service Option 1
Abstract: This standard provides definitions, methods of
measurement, and minimum performance characteristics of IS-96
variable-rate speech codec (8 k QCELP) for digital cellular
wideband spread spectrum mobile stations and Base Stations.
• Codec minimum standard
• Standard test condition
• Speech source material
• Calibration source material
• ANSI C language source files for the compilation of the master codec
• Modulated Noise Reference Unit (MNRU) files
• Data analysis tools
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0018 (IS-718) Section 4-28

Minimum Performance Specification for the


Enhanced Variable Rate Codec, Speech Service
Option 3 for Spread Spectrum Digital Systems

Abstract: This standard provides definitions, methods of measurement,


verification of bit-exactness, and minimum performance characteristics of
IS-127 enhanced variable-rate speech codec (EVRC) for digital cellular
spread spectrum mobile stations and Base Stations.
• Codec minimum standard
• Standard test condition
• Speech source material
• Calibration source material
• ANSI C language source files for the compilation of the master codec and
bit-exact fixed-point codec
• Modulated Noise Reference Unit (MNRU) files
• Input and output vectors for bit-exact testing
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0021 (TIA/EIA-736) Section 4-29

Recommended Minimum Performance Standard for


the High Rate Speech Option 17 for Wideband Spread
Spectrum Communication Systems
Abstract: This standard provides definitions, methods of
measurement, and minimum performance characteristics of IS-733
variable-rate speech codec (13 k QCELP) for digital cellular
wideband spread spectrum mobile stations and Base Stations.
• Codec minimum standard
• Standard test condition
• Speech source material
• Calibration source material
• ANSI C language source files for the compilation of the master codec
• Modulated Noise Reference Unit (MNRU) files
• Data analysis tools
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0034 (IS-894) Section 4-30

Selectable Mode Vocoder Minimum Performance


Standard
Abstract: This standard details definitions, methods of measurement,
verification of bit-exactness, and minimum performance
characteristics of IS-893 Selectable Mode Vocoder (SMV) for digital
cellular wideband spread spectrum mobile stations and Base Stations.

• Codec minimum standard


• Standard test condition
• Speech source material
• Calibration source material
• ANSI C language source files for the compilation of the master codec
and bit-exact fixed-point codec
• Modulated Noise Reference Unit (MNRU) files
• Input and output vectors for bit-exact testing
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0036 (TIA-916) Section 4-31

Recommended Minimum Performance Standard


for IS-801-1 Spread Spectrum Mobile Stations
Abstract: This standard details definitions, methods of
measurement, and minimum performance characteristics for
position location-capable Code Division Multiple Access
(CDMA) mobile stations.
• GPS minimum standard
• AFLT minimum standard
• Hybrid minimum standard
• Standard test conditions
• Method of generating PDE simulator responses
• Reference GPS navigation data, system time, and user location
• Method of statistical confidence determination
• PDE simulation response messages
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0031 (IS-898) Section 4-32

Signaling Conformance Tests for CDMA2000


Spread Spectrum Systems

Abstract: This standard facilitates interoperability testing between


CDMA infrastructure and CDMA mobile station manufacturers.
The objective of testing is to demonstrate mobile station/Base
Station standard (MS-BSS) interoperability of all functionality,
including messaging and protocol requirements, in a cabled
environment.
• Miscellaneous air interface tests
• POTS tests
• Handoff, power control, registration, authentication, service
redirection, SMS, calling feature, async data and fax, packet,
medium-speed packet, high-speed packet, OTA, SSPR, message-
driven indicator, and forward-compatibility tests
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0037 (TIA-918) Section 4-33

Signaling Conformance for CDMA2000 Wireless


IP Network

Abstract: This standard provides a set of procedures that the


mobile station and network elements can use to conduct the
signaling conformance tests for CDMA2000 wireless IP in a
laboratory environment.
• Simple IP and Mobile IP tests
• Agent discovery and registration
• Handoffs
• Authentication and IPSec security association support
• Network-specific tests
• Accounting
3GPP2
Performance/Test Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.S0038 (TIA-919) Section 4-34

Signaling Conformance for CDMA2000 High Rate


Packet Data Networks
Abstract: This standard defines technical requirements for
signaling conformance in CDMA2000 high rate packet data
systems. These requirements ensure that compliant Access
terminals and compliant Access networks can execute tests.
• Default signaling application tests
• Default packet application tests
• Stream Layer protocol tests
• Session Layer tests
• Connection Layer tests
• Security Layer tests
• MAC Layer test
3GPP2
Other Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university N.S0017 (TSB29) Section 4-35

International Implementation of Wireless


Telecommunication Systems Compliant with TIA/EIA/IS-41
Abstract: This standard provides the international wireless
telecommunications industry with the framework that permits the
coordinated implementation of wireless radio telecommunication
systems in compliance with the provisions of the family of air
interface standards (e.g.,TIA/EIA-553, IS-54, IS-91, IS-95,
TIA/EIA-2000, and TIA/EIA-136).
• Administration and assignment of System Identification numbers (SIDs)
• Administration and assignment of Mobile Identification Numbers (MINs)
• Format of International Mobile Subscriber Identifiers (IMSIs)
• Configuration and inter-operation of national SS7 networks in support of
international roaming
3GPP2
Other Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university C.R1001 (TSB58) Section 4-36

Administration of Parameter Value Assignments


for CDMA2000 Spread Spectrum Standards
Abstract: This standard assigns values to parameters within
certain CDMA2000 specifications for standard and proprietary
usage.
• Service Option number assignments
• Data burst message burst type assignments
• Multiplex option number assignments
• Band class value assignments
• Manufacturer-specific OTASP assignments
• Roaming display indicator assignments
• SMS, analog fax, and position location assignments
• Protocol and application assignments
3GPP2
Other Standards – Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university S.R0005 (TSB100) Section 4-37

Wireless Network Reference Model

Abstract: This standard recommends the basic TR-45


Wireless Network Reference Model.
• TR-45 Wireless Network Reference Model
• Network entities
• Reference points
3GPP2
Specifications
What We Learned in This Section TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 4-38

9 Abstract and details of the A Interface, Network,


Wireless IP, Application, and Performance/Test
core standards, as well as other key standards.
3GPP2
Specifications
Standards – Review TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 4-39

SECTION REVIEW
z A Interface Standards
z Network Standards
z Wireless IP Standards
z Application Standards
z Performance/Test
Standards
z Other Standards

105AC_00
3GPP2
Specifications
What We Learned in This Course TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university Section 5-1

9 Path to the specifications at the 3GPP2 Web site.


9 3GPP2 specification naming conventions.
9 3GPP2 network entities.
9 Major CDMA specifications.
9 3GPP2 standards evolutionary path.
9 3GPP2 core standards and structure.
3GPP2
What We Learned in This Course Specifications
TV80-W0011-1 Rev A
cdma university (continued) Section 5-2

9 Abstract of the Air Interface core standards.


9 New Physical Layer, Signaling Layer, and user features
for CDMA2000 Release 0, A, B, and C.

9 Cross mode specifications.


9 1xEV-DO specification.
9 Abstract and details of the A Interface, Network,
Wireless IP, Application, and Performance/Test core
standards, as well as other key standards.