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Introduction to Wireless Functionality
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Introduction to Wireless Telecommunications
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Administration (NANPA) that follow this format These are the directory numbers given to subscribers when they become initially authorized for service The numbering plan defines the format of directory numbers (ie, addresses) that represent a party that can be called It differs from the dialing plan, since it only defines the address format and does not include digits that are dialed for special access or to provide additional information Directory numbers for wireless systems in North America generally use the same numbering plan and dialing plan as wire line systems In wire line networks, a directory number indicates an area (ie, a three-digit area code), an exchange, and a line (see Figure 510) An exchange code (or office code) is used to indicate a specific switch that serves lines directly connected to telephones A station number is used to indicate a specific line directly connected between the switch and the telephone
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office code N-X-X station number X-X-X-X
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Figure 510 The basic NANP directory number format for wire-line and wireless networks N represents any digit within the range 2 to 9 X represents any digit within the range 0 to 9 Note that the formats are identical although the last four digits represent a different type of user
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In wireless networks, a directory number indicates an area (ie, the same three-digit area code), an exchange, and a subscriber The exchange code indicates a specific MSC that serves the home subscriber The subscriber number indicates a specific MS served by that home system Since a mobile station s location can change, the method of routing calls geographically is contradictory to the concept of mobility ANSI-41 provides signaling that allows the network to locate the MS and route calls to the subscriber in any location
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Call processing generally encompasses the following functional subsets:
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Introduction to Wireless Functionality
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Introduction to Wireless Functionality
Call establishment Call release Call features
Note that these are only the most general call processing functional subsets and there are other call-processing functions performed in the wireless telecommunications network Call Establishment Call establishment (also known as call setup) is a set of functions that arranges for the connection of wireless calls There are essentially two types of wireless calls:
Mobile-originated calls Calls that are placed from a mobile station Mobile-terminated calls Calls that are made to a mobile station
Mobile-originated calls are established from an MS (the calling party) to a telecommunications termination point (the called party), which can be either within or outside the wireless telecommunications network Mobile-terminated calls are established from a telecommunications terminal (the calling party), which can be either within or outside the wireless telecommunications network, to an MS (the called party) The method for delivering a mobile-terminated call to a roaming mobile subscriber is an ANSI-41 feature known as call delivery Note that a mobile-to-mobile call is usually treated as the combination of a mobileoriginated call scenario and a mobile-terminated call scenario Both mobile-originated and mobile-terminated calls typically make use of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) to create the connections between the calling and called parties This is due to the extensive infrastructure and routing capabilities that exist in the PSTN There is no need to deploy new switching capabilities for calls that can be handled by existing networks However, connection through direct trunks between MSCs in close proximity is sometimes used for mobile-to-mobile calls This architecture is typically used in high-traffic areas where there are many mobile subscribers and many mobile-to-mobile calls The establishment of a wireless call involves two types of signaling to properly connect the call between parties: ANSI-41 call processing signaling and traditional call control signaling ANSI-41 call processing signaling is used to obtain the location, status, routing, and any special call treatment information about a mobile
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