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Demonstration of call flow in a CDMA network.CPT4

Demonstration of call flow in a CDMA network.CPT4

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Mobile Packet data Service States
There are three packet data service states
Active/Connected, Dormant, andNull/Inactive
 Active/Connected State
: In this state, a physical traffic channel exists betweenthe MS and the BS, and either side may send data.
Dormant State
In this stat
no physical traffic channel exists between the MSand the BS, but the PPP link between the MS and the PDSN is maintained.
Null/Inactive State
In this stat
there is no traffic channel between the MS andthe BS and no PPP link between the MS and the PDSN.
Figure 4.1: Block diagram of the packet data service transitions
 The mobile may cross Packet Zone boundaries while in the Dormant State. This isreferred to as
Dormant Handoff.
The Dormant handoff procedures allow the A10connections between the PCF and PDSN to be moved (or established) for the mobilewhen it enters a new packet zone. The mobile may re-enter Active state (e.g., if theuser has data to send) at any time. This transition is referred to as Re-Activationfrom Dormant, and is not related to Dormant Handoff (i.e., Re-Activation fromDormant is not related to a mobility event). Packet data is typically transmitted overthe air on dedicated traffic channels. Mechanisms also exist for transmitting dataover the common channels. Short Data Burst (SDB) is a part of the 3G Packet Datafeature that enables small amounts of data to be transmitted over the commonchannels. Common Channel Packet Data is a mode of 3G Packet Data where all datais transmitted using Short Data Bursts. A1 and A8 connections are maintainedduring the Active / Connected State and released during transition to Dormant or
Null/Inactive State. The A10 connection is maintained during the Active/Connectedand the Dormant State. 
Figure 4.2: Schematic diagram of the packet data service states
As shown in
figure 4.2
 above, a mobile in the Null state will need to setup trafficchannel on the Um, Abis, A8 and A10 interface to get to the Active state. Similarly, amobile in the Active state will need to release traffic channels on the Um, Abis andA8 interface to get to the Dormant state. Furthermore a mobile in the Dormantstatewill need to release the traffic channel on the remaining A10 interface to get to theNull state again
Call flow CDMA2000 1x (data
 The main difference between the CDMAOne and CDMA2000 call flow is that, inCDMA2000 the mobile initiates the decision as to whether the session will be apacket data session, voice session, or concurrent (meaning voice and data). Afterthe decision has been made, the mobile sends an origination message on theaccess channel that includes an indication that this is a voice or packet datasession.In this section we will be dealing with Packet data call flow 
Figure 4.3: CDMA2000 voice/data call flow

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