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Telecom Call Flows (GSM, ISUP, VoIP)


GSM Circuit Switched Call Flows
GSM Handover Call Flows
GSM GPRS Sequence Diagrams
SIP and H.323 Call Flow Diagrams
ISDN User Part (ISUP) Call Flows
V5.2 Protocol Call Flows
The call flows were generated with EventStudio System Designer.

GSM Circuit Switched Call Flows


GSM Network Example

GSM Mobile Originated Call Flow pdf


GSM Location Update Sequence Diagram

pdf

GSM Mobile Terminated Call Flow pdf

GSM RR Call Flows pdf


GSM RR Collaboration Diagram pdf
GSM MM Call Flows pdf
GSM MM Collaboration Diagram pdf

This example shows a few cells in a GSM


network. We will be referring to this diagram
in several sequence diagrams and call flows.
A detailed call flow of a GSM mobile
originated call.
How does the cellular provider know where
you are? Here we look at the location
updating procedure initiated by mobiles to
keep the cellular provider updated on their
current location.
In this call flow we will look at how a
terminating call is handled in GSM. Setting
up a terminating call is a two step process.
(1) Interrogation procedure to locate the
subscriber (2) Actual call setup after the
subscriber has been located.
GSM Radio Resource Management (RR)
Call Flows.
GSM Radio Resource Management (RR)
Collaboration Diagram.
GSM Mobility Management (MM) Call Flows.
GSM Mobility Management (MM)
Collaboration Diagram.

GSM Handover Call Flows


GSM Handover Call Flow (Intra MSC) pdf

GSM Inter-MSC Handover Call Flow pdf

GSM Handover MSC Level Call Flow pdf


GSM Handover MSC Level Collaboration
Diagram pdf
GSM Handover BSC Level Call Flow pdf
GSM Handover BSC Level Collaboration
Diagram pdf
GSM Handover Mobile Level Call Flow pdf
GSM Handover Mobile Level Collaboration
Diagram pdf

This call flow covers a simple case of call


handover in GSM. Here a user has an active
call and is moving from the Rockville Cell to
the Bethesda Cell.
This call flow describes the handover
between two cells handled by different
MSCs.
MSC interactions in GSM handover are
summarized as sequence diagrams.
MSC interactions in GSM handover are
summarized as collaboration diagrams.
BSC interactions in GSM handover are
summarized as sequence diagrams.
BSC interactions in GSM handover are
summarized as collaboration diagrams.
Mobile interactions in GSM handover are
summarized as sequence diagrams.
Mobile interactions in GSM handover are
summarized as collaboration diagrams.

GSM GPRS Sequence Diagrams


GPRS Combined Attach and PDP Context
Activation pdf
New SGSN Interfaces Attach and
Activation pdf
User Terminal Interfaces in Attach and
PDP Activation pdf

The combined attach and PDP context


activation of a Class B GPRS terminal will be
covered here.
Sequence diagram listing all the interactions
involving the new SGSN.
Sequence diagram summarizing the user
terminal interactions in attach and PDP
context activation.

SIP and H.323 Call Flow Diagrams


SIP to PSTN Call Flow pdf
SIP to ISDN PBX Call Flow pdf

Call flow describing the setup and release of


a SIP to PSTN voice call.
SIP terminal to ISDN PBX Call.

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H.323 Call Flow pdf


H.323 Context Diagram pdf

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H.323 call flow covering H.225, Q.931,


H.245, RTP and RTCP protocols.
Context diagram describing H.323 interfaces.

ISDN User Part (ISUP) Call Flows


SS7 ISUP to ISUP Call (Called Subscriber
Clears First) pdf
SS7 ISUP to ISUP Call (Calling Subscriber
Clears First) pdf
SS7 ISUP to ISUP Call (Failure Scenario)

pdf

An ISUP Incoming to ISUP Outgoing transit


call is covered here. Call is released first by
the called subscriber.
An ISUP Incoming to ISUP Outgoing transit
call is covered here. Call is released first by
the calling subscriber.
An ISUP Incoming to ISUP Outgoing transit
call is covered here. Call is released on
receipt of call failed indication from called
side.

V5.2 Protocol Call Flows


V5.2 to V5.2 Call (DTMF, Called
Subscriber Goes Onhook) pdf

V5.2 to V5.2 Call (Pulse, Calling Subscriber


Goes Onhook) pdf

Setup and release of a V5.2 subscriber to


V5.2 subscriber call. Calling subscriber uses
DTMF dialing and the called subscriber goes
onhook.
Setup and release of a V5.2 subscriber to
V5.2 subscriber call. Calling subscriber uses
pulse dialing and calling subscriber clears
first

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