11 3GPP TS Mobile Application Part MAP specification 12 RFC June from CSE 10 at Krishna Institute Of Engineering and Technology. 3GPP TS Telecommunications System (UMTS); Mobile Application Part (MAP) specification, 3. Expanded ASN.1 modules for Mobile Application Part (MAP) (3GPP TS ) in JSON format f30 ASN1 · Update ASN.1 files to latest, 5 months ago.
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Stores the subscribed RFSP indexes that are configured by the carrier based on the carrier’s camping and handover policy management requirements. This feature is optional and requires a license. If the user has not subscribed to LTE services, the core network rejects the access.
WSFD-110522 Camp & Handover Based on SPID
Then, the terminal attempts to access the UMTS network. The terminal behaves in this way each time it attempts to access the network. As 3vpp result, such a terminal consumes more power. Voice-centric users can fall back to the UMTS network to use voice services.
However, the fallback takes a time 1 to 2 seconds longer than direct access to the UMTS network. This feature is introduced to reduce power 299002 and access delay by controlling cell reselection and enabling voice-centric GUL multi-mode terminals to preferentially access and camp on the UMTS network.
When the balance td the LTE services in a user’s account is used up or the usage of LTE network resources for the user reaches the maximum value defined by the carrier, the carrier needs to transfer the UE to the relatively idle UMTS network and then transfer it back after the user pays the balance.
This will improve the network resource 92002. This section contains the following contents:. Figure 3 shows an example of how this feature is implemented.
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In this example, the carrier does not rely on the subscription data of a roaming user. Benefits Table 1 Benefits of this feature For Benefits Carriers This feature enables carriers to: Prevent frequent cell re-selections or handovers, and reduce network signaling.
Optimize resource allocation, and improve the experience of all or specified subscribers in the home PLMN. Subscribers This feature enables subscribers to: Camp on hs be handed over preferentially to a most suitable frequency, and save terminal power. Access the network more quickly.
Impact on the System None. Figure 1 Application scenario.
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Implementation Principles This section contains the following contents: The UEs use this list to aid the control of camping and handover frequency priorities. This feature reduces network signalingimproves the network resource usage, and improves user experience by saving terminal power and shortening access delay. The process of transferring RFSP indexes on the entire network is as follows: The policy is saved only on the HSS.
The SGSN performs the following operations 29020 the subscription data is changed: In case of subscription data change: Figure 3 Example of how this feature is implemented.
Charging and CDR None. Related Topics Feature Deployment. This feature enables carriers to: This feature enables subscribers to: Saves the SPID and frequency band priority list. Subscription data transfer in the UMTS network. Subscription data transfer in the LTE network. Attach or service request in the LTE network.
Initial Context Setup Request. UE Context Modification Request. Signaling point code SPC. RFSP index delivery policy.