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6 Serving MSC
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Basic Intersystem Handoff Functions
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Table 91 summarizes the ANSI-41 operations used by the intersystem handoff functions described in this chapter TABLE 91 Use of ANSI-41 Operations for Intersystem Handoff
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Function Handoff measurement ANSI-41 Operations Used for the Function HandoffMeasurementRequest, HandoffMeasurementRequest2 FacilitiesDirective, FacilitiesDirective2, InterSystemAnswer, MobileOnChannel HandoffBack, HandoffBack2, FacilitiesRelease HandoffToThird, HandoffToThird2, FacilitiesDirective, FacilitiesDirective2, FacilitiesRelease, MobileOnChannel FacilitiesRelease
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Source: Wireless Mobile Networking with ANSI-41
CHAPTER
Basic Automatic Roaming Functions
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Basic Automatic Roaming Functions
Part 2:
ANSI-41 Explained
In this chapter, we discuss the basic ANSI-41 mobile telecommunications network functions related to automatic roaming These functions are divided into the following categories:1
Mobile station (MS) service qualification MS location management MS state management HLR and VLR fault recovery
We also examine the ANSI-41 application processes that support these basic network functions While there are other automatic roaming-related processes in ANSI-41, as for authentication, voice feature support, and short-message services, we treat these separately in later chapters This chapter focuses on the basic automatic roaming processes that allow an MS to obtain service in a visited system In the course of describing the processes, we identify the ANSI-41 mobile application part (MAP) operations (eg, RegistrationNotification) used to accomplish basic automatic roaming process tasks We summarize this information at the end of the chapter Note that we employ the ANSI41 convention for operation component acronyms; the Invoke component acronym is in all capital letters (eg, REGNOT), while the Return Result component acronym is in all lowercase letters (eg, regnot) Refer to the ANSI-41 standard for the descriptions of the individual ANSI-41 operations and parameters Also, the reader should consult the Glossary for the description of general terms (eg, serving system) that are not explicitly defined in this chapter Throughout this chapter we consider the serving system as a single entity encompassing the mobile switching center (MSC) and visitor location register (VLR) functional entities This simplifies the descriptions of ANSI-41 application processes and also is representative of a large percentage of the ANSI-41 implementations currently in service However, ANSI-41 assigns specific processing duties to the VLR that make the concept of sharing a VLR among multiple MSCs a viable alternative to the combined implementation Therefore, while we describe automatic roaming processes in terms of a single MSC + VLR entity, the reader should keep in mind that the potential for separation exists and is fully defined in ANSI-41
The list of basic automatic roaming functions reflects the authors subjective categorization of certain ANSI-41 functions
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Basic Automatic Roaming Functions
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Basic Automatic Roaming Functions
What Is Automatic Roaming
Automatic roaming encompasses a set of network functions that allow a subscriber to obtain mobile telecommunications service outside the home service-provider area These functions are automatic in the sense that they are invoked without requiring special subscriber actions For example, the subscriber need not dial a code or make a call to inform the home system that the subscriber has roamed into another system this function is provided automatically when the subscriber is detected in the new system (unlike the first generation of cellular roaming services that required manual activation or a special service call on at least a daily basis)
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