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1. Introduction
Voice in LTE Introduction
Market and network trends impacting voice solution for LTE
Assumed requirements for Voice and SMS over LTE capable terminals
Options for Supporting Voice and SMS with LTE
Voice with LTE and CDMA Networks
GSMA VoLTE (formerly referred to as OneVoice)
Primary Migration strategies for Voice and SMS services: Industry Trends
2a. Solution Architecture Overview: Circuit-Switched Fallback
CS Fallback
CS Fallback - High Level Architecture
CS Fallback: Roaming Considerations
CS Fallback Benefits, Costs, and Limitations
2b. Solution Architecture Overview: Simultaneous Voice and LTE (SVLTE)
Simultaneous (Circuit) Voice and LTE (SVLTE)
Device Options – Two Example Device Solutions
2c. Solution Architecture Overview: Voice over LTE
VoLTE Required Solution Enhancements
VoLTE Required LTE E-UTRAN Enhancements for VoIP Delivery
IMS core with Telephony Application Server (TAS)
VoLTE – Hand down to 3G network
Service Delivery Options –
IMS Anchored Solution for calls in CDMA
Anchoring Options at the VCC Anchoring Function
Basic VoLTE and CDMA Option
Enhancements to Basic VoLTE and CDMA Option
Roaming Impacts
VoLTE Handoff
Interworking LTE with EV-DO via eHRPD (Optimized)
Switch Voice (without S102)
VCC : IMS to CS Handover Call Flow – “DRVCC”
LTE VoIP SRVCC Handoff to CDMA 1x Circuit Switch Voice (with S102)
VCC : IMS to CS Handover Call Flow - SRVCC
Single Radio Voice Call Continuity PS to CS
Mid-Call Services with LTE to CDMA Hand-down
VoLTE and topologies for large geographic regions
Alternate Home Network Topology Options
Topology 1: Dynamic Allocation Model
CTS Dynamic Assignment Description
Topology 2: Home IMS/AS and Home P-CSCF
Topology 3: Home IMS/AS, Regional P-CSCF
Voice Gap Call Flow w/ Transport Delay Consideration (LTE UE1 to LTE UE2)
Voice Gap Call Flow w/ Transport Delay Consideration (LTE UE1 to PSTN)
Voice Gap Call Flow w/ Transport Delay Consideration (LTE UE1 to LTE UE2 (3G))
Other Considerations
Voice Gap Time Result Summary
Voice Interruption Time (from 3GPP TR 23.856)
Introducing ATCF/ATGW to reduce voice interruption time during AT
eSRVCC- Basic concepts
eSRVCC - IMS Registration
eSRVCC – IMS Session Establishment
eSRVCC – Access Transfer
2d. Solution Architecture Roaming considerations
IMS Roaming Session Flow
Diameter Routing Architecture (as proposed by GSMA)
Benefits of including Diameter Routing Agents in Diameter Architecture
3. End User Services
Alcatel-Lucent Offer for Voice Service on IMS Core Elements
Voice in LTE VoIMS related Standards in 3GPP
5420 CTS Feature Packages
5420 CTS Feature Package Silver Residential/ Gold Residential
Example 5420 CTS Feature Package Core Business/ Premium Business
5420 CTS Supports Subscriber Features Provided By 3G MSC
Feature Support For Legacy WIN Features
Subscriber Programming of Supplementary Services
CTS Interworking with Voice Mail Systems
4. Regulatory Services
Regulatory Services: LI / CALEA
Lawful interception
Lawful Intercept Architecture
Alcatel-Lucent Lawful Interception Solution
Lawful Intercept General Voice Requirements – IMS VOIP
Regulatory Services: Emergency Services
Emergency Services
CSFB emergency services: 3G1x
Emergency Services in LTE (VoIMS) High Level Architecture/Call Flow
Regulatory Services: Number Portability
Number Portability
Number Portability – High Level Flow in IMS using ENUM Server
Number Portability – High Level Flow in IMS using NP DB
Regulatory Services: TTY/TDD
TTY/TDD Support in LTE
Regulatory Services: GETS
Regulatory Features GETS - Introduction
Regulatory Features GETS – Work items
Provisioning and Subscriber Migration
OAM&P Overview
OAM&P Management Architecture
OAM&P Management Architecture (Accounting)
OMC-P/XMC - Scalability
LTE Solution High-level Roadmap
Supporting Material
Network Element Overview
5450 IP Session Control Function (5450 ISC) Scalable SIP Session Control
5420 Converged Telephony Server (5420 CTS)
5420 Service Continuity Gateway (5420 SCG)
5420 PCM Overview
5020 MGC-8 overview (Today)
5060 MGC-8 overview (2H2010)
7510 Media Gateway overview
5900 Media Resource Function (5900 MRF)
VitalQIP® IP Address Management Solution
VitalQIP Key Features
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