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audio path to the transmit-audio path, with appropriate signal level adjustment MSC-B then sends a TrunkTest Return Result (ttest) message to MSC-A MSC-A applies either a test tone or a termination to the circuit to test transmission level or noise level on the circuit, respectively When MSC-A wishes to end testing, it sends a TrunkTestDisconnect Invoke (TTESTDISC) message to MSC-B MSC-B ends testing, removes the loop-back, and sends a TrunkTestDisconnect Return Result (ttestdisc) message to MSC-A
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Figure 144 An example of the ANSI-41 inter-MSC circuit testing process
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Summary of ANSI-41 Operations Used for OA&M
Table 142 summarizes the ANSI-41 operations used by the OA&M functions described in this chapter
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TABLE 142 Use of ANSI-41 Operations for OA&M
Function Inter-MSC circuit management Inter-MSC circuit reset Inter-MSC circuit testing
Part 2:
ANSI-41 Explained
ANSI-41 Operations Used for the Function Blocking, Unblocking ResetCircuit TrunkTest, TrunkTestDisconnect
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Source: Wireless Mobile Networking with ANSI-41
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Over-the-Air Service Provisioning
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Over-the-Air Service Provisioning
Part 2:
ANSI-41 Explained
In this chapter, we discuss the basic ANSI-41 wireless telecommunications network functions related to over-the-air service provisioning (OTASP) Note that the OTASP functions are standardized in TIA/EIA/IS-725 Revision A Cellular Radiotelecommunications Intersystem Operations Over-the-Air Service Provisioning (OTASP) & Parameter Administration (OTAPA) This interim standard provides modular extensions and functions defined as additions to ANSI-41 This is why we still refer to the OTASP operations as ANSI-41 operations This chapter is divided into the following categories:
OTASP for ANSI/TIA/EIA-136 TDMA-based systems OTASP for ANSI/TIA/EIA-95 CDMA-based systems
For each category specific to CDMA and TDMA, the functions are subdivided into the following categories:
OTASP automatic roaming functions, including call origination, registration, and authentication OTASP parameter transfer functions Over-the-air parameter activation (OTAPA) parameter transfer functions
We also examine the application processes associated with these functions While many of the functions associated with OTASP have already been described in this book, we address the functions that have been modified for application to OTASP, such as authentication and the use of short-message service (SMS) transport In the course of describing the processes, we identify the ANSI-41 mobile application part (MAP) operations (eg, OTASPRequest) used to accomplish basic OTASP process tasks We summarize this information at the end of the chapter Note that we employ the ANSI-41 convention for operation component acronyms; the Invoke component acronym is in all-capital letters (eg, OTASPREQ), while the Return Result component acronym is in all-lowercase letters (eg, otaspreq) Refer to the TIA/EIA/IS-725-A standard for the descriptions of the individual operations and parameters Also, the reader should consult the Glossary for the description of general terms (eg, serving system) not explicitly defined in this chapter
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What is Over-the-Air Service Provisioning
Over-the-air service provisioning (OTASP) is sometimes informally called over-the-air activation OTASP encompasses a set of network functions that allow a subscriber to obtain initial wireless telecommunications service remotely via the air interface The concept of OTASP is a simple one: allow wireless service providers to offer initial service to potential subscribers without any intervention of a third party (eg, a qualified dealer or representative) The feature consists of over-the-air programming of the number assignment module (NAM) within the mobile station (MS) equipment to authorize wireless telecommunications service with a particular service provider Generally, customers desiring wireless service are required to visit a retail establishment where they choose their MS equipment A customer service representative of the wireless service provider performs a credit check on the customer and manually programs the NAM of the MS with the parameters necessary to support the wireless subscription These parameters include the mobile identification number (MIN) and the system ID (SID) This process can be tedious and prone to error since the programming sequence is typically designed so that it is difficult for subscribers to reprogram these parameters accidentally If the customer service representative makes an error in the manual entry of these parameters, service will not be afforded and the customer s initial experience with the wireless service provider is an unpleasant one There are many advantages to properly implemented OTASP:
It makes the programming and activation process quick and easy It minimizes opportunities for unauthorized use of the network It enables better automation of the wireless service provider s provisioning systems It avoids programming errors caused by manual programming It enables wireless service providers to sell mobile stations at any retail distribution center without the need for authorized dealers and qualified personnel to perform the activation It reduces churn by providing an easier method for customers to obtain wireless service It reduces costs associated with mobile phone center stores operated by the wireless service providers
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