09.073GPPGeneral Requirements on Interworking between the Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) and the Intergrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) or Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)TS
Use is made of the following terms within this ETS. These terms refer to information requirements necessary to support interworking functions, some of these terms will be identifiable with their use in other GSM specifications.
bearer capability information: Specific information defining the lower layer characteristics required within the network.
low layer compatibility information: Information defining the lower layer characteristics of the terminal.
high layer compatibility information: Information defining the higher layer characteristics of the terminal.
compatibility information: This term subsumes the entirety of Bearer Capability, Low Layer Compatibility, High Layer Compatibility, Progress Indicator and Address Information conveyed out‑of‑band prior to call establishment for the support of compatibility checking and terminal/function/service selection at the ISDN‑type user‑network interface.
protocol identifier: Information defining the specific protocols utilized for the support of data transfer by a terminal.
progress indicator: Information supplied to indicate to the terminal that network interworking has taken place.
out‑of‑band parameter exchange: Information exchanged via an associated or non‑associated signalling link e.g. SS No 7.
PSTN: Subscriber to network interface supports only analogue terminals.
ISDN: Subscriber to network interface supports digital or analogue terminals, plus a standardized user to network associated signalling system and a standardized internetwork signalling system.
autobauding type 1: This information element value may be contained in the setup or call confirm messages from the MS in association with a non transparent data service. This implies that the MSC/IWF may select any speed and modem type according to what it can negotiate with the remote modem on the PSTN/ISDN. The parameters User Rate and FNUR (Fixed Network User Rate), if present, has no meaning when Modem Type is autobauding type 1.
multi self selecting speed modem: This term applies to V series modems capable of handling one or more lower speeds as a fall back position. When such a modem is requested in the call setup or call confirm message from the MS in association with a non transparent service, the MSC/IWF may select any of the speeds supported according to the negotiation with the remote modem on the PSTN/ISDN. The parameters User Rate and FNUR (Fixed Network User Rate), if present, has no meaning when Modem Type is autobauding type 1.
unrestricted 64 kbit/s network: A digital network which has 64 kbit/s octet-structured Information Transfer Capability (ITC) with no restrictions on the contents of each octet.
restricted 64 kbit/s network: CCITT I.464 defines ‘"restricted 64 kbit/s transfer capability" as "64 kbit/s octet-structured capability with the exception that an all-zero octet is not permitted". In this specification, the term "restricted 64 kbit/s network" refers not only to networks with the I.464 restriction but also to those in which the 8th bit of each octet is unusable for data transmission.
directly connected restricted 64 kbit/s network: A restricted 64 kbit/s network which is connected directly to the MSC/IWF.
indirectly connected restricted 64 kbit/s network: A restricted 64 kbit/s network which is connected to the MSC/IWF via an unrestricted 64 kbit/s network.
In addition to the following, abbreviations used in this ETS are listed in GSM 01.04 .
ADPCM Adaptive Differential Pulse Coded Modulation
DP Dial Pulse
DSS1 Digital Subscriber Signalling 1
ITC Information Transfer Capability
LE Local Exchange
NT Network Termination
PABX Private Automatic Branch Exchange
SPC Stored Program Control
SS No.7 Signalling System No.7
TE Terminal Equipment
TA Terminal Adaptor
TUP Telephone User Part (of Signalling System No.7)
UNI User Network Interface