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Development

of GSM, GPRS and UMTS


Author:
Date:

Dr. J. Klsche
23.05.2002

Introduction

Dr. Johanna Klsche Dr. Johanna Klsche Softwareentwicklung im Geschftsgebiet Networks des Bereiches Softwareentwicklung im Geschftsgebiet Networks des Bereiches Information and Communication Mobile in Berlin Information and Communication Mobile in Berlin Studium der Mathematik, Nebenfach Informatik an der TU Berlin Studium der Mathematik, Nebenfach Informatik an der TU Berlin Promotion im Fach Mathematik an der TU Berlin Promotion im Fach Mathematik an der TU Berlin 15 Jahre Berufserfahrung bei SEL, Siemens USA, Siemens Berlin 15 Jahre Berufserfahrung bei SEL, Siemens USA, Siemens Berlin Arbeitsgebiete: Softwareentwicklung fr Vermittlungsstellen im Festnetz Arbeitsgebiete: Softwareentwicklung fr Vermittlungsstellen im Festnetz (EWSD), fr Nebenstellenanlagen (HICOM), fr Vermittlungsstellen (EWSD), fr Nebenstellenanlagen (HICOM), fr Vermittlungsstellen Mobilfunk (MSC) Mobilfunk (MSC) Center of Competence fr Circuit Switched Charging und Packet Center of Competence fr Circuit Switched Charging und Packet Oriented Accounting Oriented Accounting

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Architecture of the Siemens GSM Solution


NSS MSC GMSC VMSC BSS VLR HLR Network Switching System Mobile Services Switching Center Gateway MSC Visited MSC Base Station System Visitor Location Register Home Location Register

GSM
Full turn-key provider for high flying applications and services,

IN

IP

MO

ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network PLMN Public Land Mobile Network PSTN Public Switched Telefon System SCP WAP LCS IN IP MO Service Control Point Wireless ApplicationProtocol Location Services Inteligent Network Internet Protocoll Network Mobility Services

SCP

WAP

LCS

A e.g. Prepaid WAP Location Services BSS VMSC / VLR

NSS GMSC HLR

PSTN / ISDN / PLMN

IP Network

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GSM-PLMN

Mobile Station

Base station subsystem BSS

Network Switching Subsystem NSS


D900 / 1800 / 1900 GSM switching subsystem D IN

Other networks

AC HLR
Abis A C

SMP SCP

PSTN ISDN
Data networks

VLR
B F

EIR

MSC SSP BSC BTS VLR HLR AC EIR SCP SMP

Mobile Services Switching Center Service Switching Point Base Station Controller Base Tranceiver Station Visitor Location Register Home Location Register Authentication Center Equipment Identification Register Service Control Point Service Management Point

BTS

BSC OMS

MSC / SSP

ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network PLMN Public Land Mobile Network PSTN Public Switched Telefon System ABC CBS VMS OAS SMS Administration and Billing Center Cell Broadcast Service Voice Mail Service Operator Assistance Service Short Message Service

Operation + maintenance subsystem Value added services

PLMN
VMS OAS SMS

CBS

ABC

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D900 / 1800 / 1900 Mobile Switching Architecture

Future proof platform upgradeable to 3g-Architecture


Based on multiservice platform Smooth upgrade towards 3G Architecture Outstanding reliability and availability figures

ISDN PA, n 64 kbit/s ISDN Intelligent peripheral Digital Trunks with CAS

DLU

LTG LTG LTG LTG


(Switching Network)

SN

CCS7 channels

CCS7 high speed channel

SSNC

Operation and maintenance interfaces Q3, X.25, Ethernet MSU Message Signaling Unit SSNC Signaling system network control CP MB Coordination processor Message buffer DLU LTG Digital Line Unit Line Trunk Group

MB

CP113

Line Subscriber Line Trunk Node Interconnection Line

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Power-CP113
New Coordination Processor Architecture New Motorola 68040-CPU Increased Common Memory New Common Memory Access High Speed Link Reduction of Local Memory Access Time Reduced floor space
CAP BAP AMP IOC cmy lmy Call Application Processor Base Application Processor ATM Message Processor Input Output Controller Common Memory Local Memory Max. 10 CAP lmy CAP lmy BAP lmy BAP lmy AMP lmy IOC lmy

MDD MOD X.25 FT

cmy 1 cmy 0

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SW-Structure

CP-SW

Operating Syst

Safeguarding

Call Proc

Administration

Maintenance

Utilities

Loader

Central HW

Call Sequ

Parameter

Alarm

CHILL

Kernel

Peripheral HW

Call Task

Call Data

Config

Test

Phys IO

Recovery

DB-Access

Tariff

Test

Tracer

Logic IO

SW-Error

Audits

Overload

Measure

Patch

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Charging

Domain
GSM CS

User
GPRS UMTS

Provider
PSTN ISDN

Circuit Switched

Charging
Trigger Collect Format Buffer

PLMN IP

Packet Oriented

PO SC Switch Commander BC Billing Center

MM

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CS Project Organization
Project Leader (PL)

Project Leader Dev. (PL-D)

Project Leader Test (PL-T)

Project Management (PM)

APS-Mgmt. (APM)

Project QB

Subprojects Common Subprojects

Charging (GSM CD H) Berlin Traffic/Perf.Meas. (SSA) Operation (ATEA) Maintenance (ATEA)

Mobility Mgmt. (GSM CD C) Bad Hersfeld Security (ATEA) Belgien Location Services (SICN) Florida/USA SMS (SICN) Florida/USA L&S / ST (GSM ST)

Basic Call Handl. (GSM CD A) Mnchen SS7, Network IW (GSM CD A) Handover (PSE) OVL (CD-C)

Digit Processing (PSE) Wien CS Data Services (ATEA) Subscriber Services (PSE) ATM Periphery TSC/A2SC

CAM/TLM (CD-N) Berlin/Mnchen AAL2 (GSM CD N) IN (GSM CD A) Finnland HW/FW (ATEA)

Interception (PSE)

Cross Functional Subprojects

Switch Comm./ NM (NM PM) Bangalore/ Indien

FT2 Test Tools (PSE)

FT1 Tools/Tracer (PSE)

Customer Doc. (CD-A) Dsseldorf

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Development Environment

User-Interface REV-DB SW-DB DOC-DB LM-DB MML-DB CM-DB RSP-DB PHB PEP TC-DB FR-DB PAT-DB

DB LM DOC SW REV CM RSP PHB PEP TC FR PAT MML

Data Base Leistungsmerkmal (Feature) Documents Software Review Results Configuration Management (ISAC) Responsible Developers (AIDA) Project Handbook (RTP) Personal Effort Planning Test Cases Fault Report Patches Customer Database

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Development Process V-Model

Definition of Preanalysis (LMSpecL1)


B130 Requirements Applications Realization External Interfaces Administration Restrictions Interworking Moduls Procedures Interfaces Application scenarios Validation scenarios

Execution in Acceptance Test


B600

B700

Analysis (LMSpecL2)
B200

Application scenarios Validation scenarios

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Product Development

FT2 FT1
B410

Design
SM230

White box test cases

Coding

Module test cases

SM320

Modul Test
FT1 FT2 Offline Test (PC) Online Test (Switch)

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