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The latest version of the ANSI-41 standard will be ANSI/TIA/EIA-41 Revision E, or ANSI-41-E Like IS-41-C, ANSI-41-E is a major step forward in the features and capabilities provided Also like IS-41-C, ANSI-41-E integrates many existing and evolving specifications and standards into its scope The motivation to develop ANSI-41-E came from many factors:
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The desire to integrate many closely related TSBs and interim standards into a single standard specification The desire to address multiple frequency band technology issues (ie, PCS and cellular) that use ANSI-41 as their network technology The desire to provide more features to wireless subscribers The desire to incorporate a variety of new technologies into the standard (eg, IMSI, over-the-air service provisioning, number portability, emergency services, etc)
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The desire to enhance existing functions to improve network capabilities (eg, authentication, internationalization, etc)
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The following standards and specifications are now included within the scope of ANSI-41-E:
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TSB-76 specification for PCS multiband technology supporting interband handoff IS-725 standard for over-the-air service provisioning (OTASP) IS-730 standard for use of high-capacity digital control channels for TDMA IS-735 standard for enhanced CDMA features (eg, use of TMSI) IS-737 standard for circuit-switched data calls while roaming IS-751 standard for use of IMSI as a subscriber identifier IS-756 standard for wireless number portability IS-764 standard for calling name presentation and calling name restriction IS-771 standard for the wireless intelligent network (WIN) technology IS-778 standard for enhancements to authentication IS-807 standard for the internationalization of ANSI-41 (eg, defining new global title address types for the international transmission of messages) IS-812 standard for ANSI-41 message segmentation J-STD-034 standard for emergency location services and enhanced 911 (J-STD denotes a joint standard developed between the TIA and the ANSI telecommunications standards committee T1)
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ANSI-41-E is a very sophisticated specification that continues to evolve The next-generation standard, ANSI-41-F is currently in the planning stage This standard will support about 10 new technologies, along with enhancements to all the technologies included in ANSI-41-E
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Source: Wireless Mobile Networking with ANSI-41
CHAPTER
Structure of the ANSI-41 Standard
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Structure of the ANSI-41 Standard
Part 2:
ANSI-41 Explained
The extensive collection of text, tables, and figures that comprise the ANSI-41 standard can be imposing at first Without a clear understanding of its organization, it is difficult to make effective use of the standard Our goal in this chapter is to facilitate understanding of the ANSI41 specification structure, including how it differs from past revisions of its predecessor IS-41
Background
As the complexity of telecommunications systems has increased, so, too, have the demands on the organizations of people creating standards for these systems Tools including analysis techniques, specification processes, and even highly specialized languages have been created to assist in the task While some of these tools have proved their value over time, most are in a constant state of refinement as standards committee members try to find an optimum mix of clarity, brevity, and sufficiency Indeed, the act of writing a good standard involves a reasonable measure of art in addition to technical expertise Since they are produced in standards committees, most standards are also laden with compromises, some for the better, others for the worse ANSI-41 has grown up in this environment and has managed to remain, for the most part, structurally consistent over the course of its revisions Its structure has been largely influenced by two factors: the three-stage specification process and the three major functional areas addressed in the standard: intersystem handoff; automatic roaming; and operations, administration, and maintenance (OA&M) We discuss these influences as an introduction to how the ANSI-41 revisions are organized
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