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Table Of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
1Scope
2References
2.1Definitions and abbreviations
2.1.1Definitions
2.1.2Abbreviations
3Services and service elements
3.1Basic services
3.2Short Message Service elements
3.2.0Introduction
3.2.1Validity-Period
3.2.2Service-Centre-Time-Stamp
3.2.3Protocol-Identifier
3.2.4More-Messages-to-Send
3.2.5Delivery of Priority and non-Priority Messages
3.2.7aMT Correlation ID
3.2.9Status report capabilities
3.2.10Reply Path
3.3Unsuccessful short message TPDU transfer SC -> MS
3.3.1Errors occurring during transfer of TPDU to MS
3.3.2Errors occurring after TPDU arrives at MS
3.4Unsuccessful short message TPDU transfer MS -> SC
3.4.1Errors occurring during transfer of TPDU to SC
3.4.2Errors occurring after TPDU arrives at SC
3.5Use of Supplementary Services in combination with the Short Message Service
3.6Applicability of Operator Determined Barring to the Short Message Service
3.7Multiple short message transfer
3.8SMS and Internet Electronic Mail interworking
3.8.1Basic Format
3.8.2Optional Fields
3.8.2.2 Real Name
3.8.2.3 Optional Control Flag
3.8.3Text concatenation
3.8.4Alternative characters for Internet email addresses in MO SMS
3.9SMS COMPRESSION
3.10Enhanced Messaging Service
3.10.1Text formatting
6Service Centre functionality
6.1Service Centre capabilities
6.2SC functional requirements
6.2.1Subaddressing support
6.3SC EMS Extended Object Data Request Command Feature
7MS functionality
7.1MS capabilities
7.2MS configuration
8Node functionality
8.1Node functionality related to SM MT
8.1.1Functionality of the SMS-GMSC
8.1.2Functionality of the MSC
8.1.3Functionality of the SGSN
8.1.4Functionality of the SMS Router
8.1.5Functionality of the IP-SM-GW
8.2Node functionality related to SM MO
8.2.1Functionality of the MSC
8.2.2Functionality of the SMS-IWMSC
8.2.3Functionality of the SGSN
8.2.4Functionality of the IP-SM-GW
8.3SMS-IWMSC functionality related to alerting
9Protocols and protocol architecture
9.1Protocol element features
9.1.1Octet and Bit transmission order
9.1.2Numeric and alphanumeric representation
9.1.2.1 Integer representation
9.1.2.2 Octet representation
9.1.2.3 Semi-octet representation
9.1.2.4 Alphanumeric representation
9.1.2.5 Address fields
9.2Service provided by the SM-TL
9.2.2PDU Type repertoire at SM-TL
9.2.2.1 SMS-DELIVER type
9.2.2.1a SMS-DELIVER-REPORT type
9.2.2.2 SMS-SUBMIT type
9.2.2.2a SMS-SUBMIT-REPORT type
9.2.2.3 SMS-STATUS-REPORT type
9.2.2.4 SMS-COMMAND type
9.2.3Definition of the TPDU parameters
9.2.3.1 TP-Message-Type-Indicator (TP-MTI)
9.2.3.2 TP-More-Messages-to-Send (TP-MMS)
9.2.3.3 TP-Validity-Period-Format (TP-VPF)
9.2.3.4 TP-Status-Report-Indication (TP-SRI)
9.2.3.5 TP-Status-Report-Request (TP-SRR)
9.2.3.6 TP-Message-Reference (TP-MR)
9.2.3.7 TP-Originating-Address (TP-OA)
9.2.3.8 TP-Destination-Address (TP-DA)
9.2.3.9 TP-Protocol-Identifier (TP-PID)
9.2.3.10 TP-Data-Coding-Scheme (TP-DCS)
9.2.3.11 TP-Service-Centre-Time-Stamp (TP-SCTS)
9.2.3.12 TP-Validity-Period (TP-VP)
9.2.3.12.1 TP-VP (Relative format)
9.2.3.12.2 TP-VP (Absolute format)
9.2.3.12.3 TP-VP (Enhanced format)
9.2.3.13 TP-Discharge-Time (TP-DT)
9.2.3.14 TP-Recipient-Address (TP-RA)
9.2.3.15 TP-Status (TP-ST)
9.2.3.16 TP-User-Data-Length (TP-UDL)
9.2.3.17 TP-Reply-Path (TP-RP)
9.2.3.18 TP-Message-Number (TP-MN)
9.2.3.19 TP-Command-Type (TP-CT)
9.2.3.20 TP-Command-Data-Length (TP-CDL)
9.2.3.24 TP-User Data (TP-UD)
9.2.3.24.1 Concatenated Short Messages
9.2.3.24.2 Special SMS Message Indication
9.2.3.24.3 Application Port Addressing 8 bit address
9.2.3.24.4 Application Port Addressing 16 bit address
9.2.3.24.5 SMSC Control Parameters
9.2.3.24.6 UDH Source Indicator
9.2.3.24.7 (U)SIM Toolkit Security Headers
9.2.3.24.8 Concatenated short messages, 16-bit reference number
9.2.3.24.9 Wireless Control Message Protocol
9.2.3.24.10 Enhanced Messaging Service
9.2.3.24.10.1EMS Coding
9.2.3.24.10.1.1Text Formatting
9.2.3.24.10.1.2Predefined Sound
9.2.3.24.10.1.3User Defined Sound
9.2.3.24.10.1.4Predefined Animation
9.2.3.24.10.1.5Large Animation
9.2.3.24.10.1.6Small Animation
9.2.3.24.10.1.7Large Picture
9.2.3.24.10.1.8Small Picture
9.2.3.24.10.1.9Variable Picture
Examples of EMS coding
9.2.3.24.10.1.10 User Prompt Indicator
9.2.3.24.10.1.11 Standard WVG Object
9.2.3.24.10.1.12 Character Size WVG Object
9.2.3.24.10.1.13 Extended Object
9.2.3.24.10.1.14 Reused Extended Object
9.2.3.24.10.1.15 Compression Control
9.2.3.24.10.1.15.1LZSS Implementation for EMS extended object compression
9.2.3.24.10.1.15.2Data Compression
9.2.3.24.10.1.15.3Data De-compression
9.2.3.24.10.1.15.4Test Vectors
9.2.3.24.10.1.16 Object Distribution Indicator
9.2.3.24.10.1.17 Reply Address Element
9.2.3.24.10.1.18 Extended Object Data Request Command
9.2.3.24.10.2.1Example of Basic text formatting and predefined EMS coding
9.2.3.24.10.2.2Example of User defined Objects EMS coding
9.2.3.24.10.2.3Concatenation of SMS messages
9.2.3.24.12 Hyperlink format element
9.2.3.24.13 Enhanced Voice Mail Information
9.2.3.24.13.1Enhanced Voice Mail Notification
9.2.3.24.13.2Enhanced Voice Mail Delete Confirmation
9.2.3.24.14 Identification of a directory number within the User Data Field
9.2.3.24.15 National Language Single Shift
9.2.3.24.16 National Language Locking Shift
9.2.3.25 TP-Reject-Duplicates (TP-RD)
9.2.3.26 TP-Status-Report-Qualifier (TP-SRQ)
9.2.3.27 TP-Parameter-Indicator (TP-PI)
9.2.3.28 TP-Loop-Prevention (TP-LP)
9.3Service provided by the SM-RL
9.3.2Protocol element repertoire at SM-RL
9.3.2.1 RP-MO-DATA
9.3.2.2 RP-MT-DATA
9.3.2.4 RP-ERROR
9.3.2.5 RP-ALERT-SC
9.3.2.6 RP-SM-MEMORY-AVAILABLE
10Fundamental procedures within SMS
10.1Short message mobile terminated
10.2Short message mobile originated
10.3Alert transfer
11Mapping of error causes between RP layers
11.1Mobile Terminated short message transfer
11.2Memory available notification
11.3Mobile Originated short message transfer
D.2The scope of applicability
D.4The reply path requesting procedure
D.5The reception of an original MT SM
D.6The submission of the reply MO SM
D.7Usage of SCs for replying
D.8Replying possibilities for Phase 1 mobile stations
D.9The resulting service for originating SMEs
E.1Predefined Sound
E.3Black and white bitmap
E.42-bit greyscale bitmap
E.56-bit colour bitmap
E.6Predefined animation
E.7Black and white bitmap animation
E.82-bit greyscale bitmap animation
E.96-bit colour bitmap animation
E.11vCalendar
E.12Data Format Delivery Request
E.13Standard WVG Object
E.14Polyphonic melody
Annex F (informative) : Compression methods for EMS
F.1LZSS compression
F.1.1Introduction
F.1.2LZSS Basic Algorithm
F 1.3Informative Example
G.1.1Standard and Character Size WVG elements
G.1.2Compression methods
G.1.3Coordinate Systems
G.1.3.1Compact Coordinate System
G.1.3.2Flat Coordinate System
G.1.3.3Coordinate values
G.1.4Color schemes
G.1.5Rendering model
G.2Graphical elements
G.2.1Line elements
G.2.1.1Polyline
G.2.1.2Circular Polyline
G.2.1.3Bezier Polyline
G.2.1.4Auto-closure of a line
G.2.2Polygon elements
G.2.3Simple shape elements
G.2.3.1Ellipse
G.2.3.2Rectangle
G.2.4Special shape elements
G.2.5Text element
G.2.6Group elements
G.2.7Reuse element
G.2.8Animation elements
G.2.8.1Simple animation elements
G.2.8.2Standard Animation Element
G.2.9Frame Element
G.2.10Local Element
G.2.11Extended Element
G.3Element attributes
G.4Element Transform
G.5Character Size WVG Element
G.6Data Format BNF
G.7Web Safe Color Palette
H.1.Running status
H.2File type considerations
H.3File size reduction
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