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Introduction to Wireless Functionality
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Introduction to Wireless Telecommunications
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Handoff control includes handoff preparation methods and measurements to determine the need for an MS to change channels or cells and support the communications switch between those channels or cells
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Call processing (also known as call control) is a broad category of functions that establishes, maintains, and releases calls to and from the wireless subscriber It consists of the operations performed from the initial reception of an incoming call through the final disposition of the call A call can be defined as a temporary communication between telecommunications end-users for the purpose of exchanging information A call includes the sequence of events that allocates and assigns resources and signaling channels required to establish a communications connection A call can be a conventional telephone call or another type of communications connection, such as data transmission (see Figure 59)
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Figure 59 Call processing involves all network signaling, management, and connectivity to complete calls between a wireless subscriber and a wire-line phone or
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The call processing functions establish and release terrestrial transmission paths for calls as well as invoke and manage call features that provide a specific variation on the way a call is treated Many call processing functions are beyond the scope of the ANSI-41 standard; however, many aspects of call processing involve the ANSI-41 mobility man-
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Introduction to Wireless Functionality
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Introduction to Wireless Functionality
agement functions These aspects include call delivery to a mobile subscriber and the application of call features for a mobile subscriber
Basics of Call Processing
The basic capabilities to support mobile-originated calls and mobile-terminated calls involve the coordination of many functions, most of which are transparent to the parties involved in the call These functions become much more complex when a subscriber is roaming and during an intersystem handoff The mobile-originated call scenarios are simpler than the mobile-terminated call scenarios, since MS location and status information does not need to be obtained Also, terminating calls to a roaming MS involves special routing to deliver the call to the system currently serving the subscriber Note that the MS must be registered with the serving system prior to originating a call Dialing Plan Mobile-originated calls are any calls initiated by the MS The dialing plan refers to the format of numbers that a mobile subscriber dials to reach a called party These dialed digits may include special routing information, such as choice of long-distance carrier, special digits for operator access (ie, dialing a zero), and the actual directory number address digits of the called party The wireless dialing plan is standardized and specified in ANSI/TIA/EIA-660 The subscriber enters (or, euphemistically, dials) the number to be called In wireless systems today, the subscriber performs pre-origination dialing, meaning that the numbers are dialed and sent to the system before any connection is requested This is why mobile subscribers need to press a SEND key to transmit the dialed digits This is in contrast to wire-line systems where post-origination dialing is used In wire-line systems, the off-hook signal from the receiver informs the network that a call is about to be made, and the network responds with a dial tone The called party s digits can then be dialed Numbering Plan The numbering plan for North America is specified by the North American Numbering Plan (NANP), which defines the format of all dialable numbers in North America Wireless service providers obtain ranges of dialable directory numbers from the North American Numbering Plan
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