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ANSI-41 Network Implementations
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We will use the following assumptions to address the MAP interworking problem: 1 Interworking implies the successful communication between GSM and ANSI-41 MAP protocols A more-specific definition might limit a feasible solution to be called interworking 2 Interworking provides a degree of seamlessness to subscribers capable of transiting between the GSM and ANSI-41 networks Subscribers capable of roaming between the two networks should be able to access basic service seamlessly (ie, originate and receive calls as usual) Since many call features are not compatible, their use may not be supported while roaming 3 It is not feasible to provide an interworking solution enabling full compatibility between GSM and ANSI-41 networks Since ANSI-41 and GSM networks are so different, it is not reasonable to provide interworking of all the functions of both networks to each other 4 Transmission facilities between GSM and ANSI-41 networks are compatible This is a reasonable assumption based on North American transmission standards 5 Signaling protocols providing transport between GSM and ANSI-41 networks are compatible This is a reasonable assumption based on North American signaling standards 6 Dual-mode GSM/AMPS mobile stations are used to access GSM and ANSI-41 networks Without a dual-mode MS, it is not feasible to provide access to both network types with a single compatible interface 7 The subscriber has a single subscription allowing access to both networks (rather than having two subscriptions, one to each network, which requires no interworking) From a subscriber perspective, it is unreasonable to support two different subscriptions from two different networks These assumptions simplify the basic problem and permit a basic solution to be implemented, which can evolve so that these limitations can be removed Functions Requiring Interworking The next step toward solving the interworking problem involves identifying the set of operational functions to be provided across the two networks The most necessary functions fall within the scope of mobility
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management, radio system management, and call processing These functions include:
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Mobile station service qualification Mobile station location management Mobile station state management Authentication Intersystem handoff Call origination Call delivery Call features and control
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Since GSM and ANSI-41 are such different systems, and interworking to provide some functions is so complex, an approach that prioritizes these functions into deployment phases can be used Nearly all these functions require primarily HLR procedures to be performed One of the functions that requires more processing and greater interaction between functional entities is intersystem handoff This is due to the complexity of handing off a call between two different radio technologies and the changes required to support those technologies at the anchor and target MSCs If a dual-mode MS is used, each mode can operate independently to provide the listed functions, except for intersystem handoff In high-population wireless coverage areas, it is likely that both GSM and ANSI-41 networks will be deployed Since an intersystem handoff between the two networks would be an uncommon event (ie, only where the coverage areas of the two networks do not intersect), intersystem handoff can be considered a lower-priority function The other low-priority functions are the call features that GSM and ANSI-41 do not support in common Implementation of these features also involves radical changes in many functional entities The features that GSM and ANSI-41 do support in common are call forwarding (ie, unconditional, busy, and no answer), call waiting, and three-way calling Although total compatibility between GSM and ANSI-41 is lacking, there is still benefit to providing basic wireless functionality, through interworking for subscribers who can only receive nationwide coverage, at least in the short term Methods to Provide Interworking To provide interworking between GSM and ANSI-41 MAP protocols, three areas need to be addressed: protocol conversion, database map-
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