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UUS1

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Foreword
UUS1 is a supplementary service that transmits the user-to-user information. In the GSM-R system, UUS1 can be used in most of applications, including AC acknowledgement, functional number, OTDI, called subaddress, and call matrix.

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All rights reserved. Ltd..Objectives  Upon completion of this course. Page2 . you will be able to:  Understand the basic concepts of UUS1 Be familiar with the typical application scenarios of UUS1 Understand the typical data configurations related to UUS1 Understand the basic methods of identifying faults related to UUS1    Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co.

Data Configuration 4. Typical  Applications  Functional Number  AC Acknowledgement  Call Matrix 5. All rights reserved.Contents 1. Service Description 2.. Reference Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. Service Process 3. Page3 .

The UUS service is categorized into three types: UUS1.  UUS1 allows users to send the UUI in the call control message. Page4 . and UUS3. UUS2. Ltd. Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. All rights reserved..  UUS3 allows users to send the UUI in a specific  user-to-user message during the call activation.  UUS2 allows users to send the UUI in a specific  user-to-user message after receiving the Address Complete Message (ACM) and before receiving the CONNECT message.Service Description (1) The User-to-User Signaling (UUS) supplementary service allows both parties of a call to send the User-to-User Information (UUI) (such as the functional number of the calling party) on the signaling channel. The GTSOFTX3000 supports UUS1.

Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co.  Implicit request: The MS contains the UUI cell in the SETUP message. The explicit request for the UUS1 service can also contain the UUI cell. Ltd.. In this case. the peer side does not need to respond to the message.  Explicit request: The MS sends the request and receives the response through the FACILITY cell in the call control signaling. All rights reserved. Page5 . The GTSOFTX3000 supports implicit request for the UUS1 service. the service is in active state immediately after service verification is passed.Service Description (2) A user can request the UUS1 service in two modes. In implicit request mode.

Service Process 3.Contents 1. Reference Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. All rights reserved. Typical  Applications  Functional Number  AC Acknowledgement  Call Matrix 5. Page6 . Data Configuration 4.. Service Description 2. Ltd.

 MSCa checks the length of the UUI cell.Service Process (1) . MSCa transmits the UUI transparently. In subsequent call control signaling. All rights reserved. MSCa discards the UUI.  MSCa checks whether the calling party subscribes to the UUS1 service. Page7 .  call setup message SETUP contains the UUI The cell. MSCb transmits the UUI to MSb through the SETUP message.  The UUI cell is transmitted to MSCb that the called party belongs to over the ISUP trunk or PRA trunk. answer. If the length exceeds 32 bytes. If yes. Ltd. and release completion messages.. Otherwise. MSCa truncates the excessive bytes. the calling and called parties can send the UUI for each other. The control signaling that can transmit the UUI cell include the alerting. release.  Disconect REL/DISCONNECT UUI UUI Disconect UUI Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. indicating that the user requests the UUS1 service.Inter-Office Implicit Request for the UUS1 Service MS a Setup UUI IAM/SETUP UUI ACM/ALERTING Alert UUI UUI Connect ANM/CONNECT Connect UUI UUI UUI Setup UUI Alert UUI MSC a MSC b MS b The calling MS originates a common point-to-point call.

a message sent by the calling party to the called party can contain the UUI consisting of no more than 32 bytes. If no PRA or ISUP signaling exists between offices. message sent by the called party to the calling party can A contain the UUI consisting of no more than 128 bytes.. Users can communicate with each other through UUS1 at the call setup and release stages. the UUS service cannot be activated.Service Process (2) . upplementary S Explanation UUS1 can be originated by the calling party and can be transmitted in the call control signaling.  For the UUS1 service. All rights reserved.  To transmit UUI by PRA. Page8 .  Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. the UUI can still be transmitted between the users of the local office. the excessive bytes are automatically truncated. PRA users must subscribe to the UUS service.  Inter-office UUI must be transmitted through the PRA or ISUP signaling system. Ltd. Otherwise. If users of the local office subscribe to the UUS service.

. Service Description 2. Reference Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. Data Configuration 4. Service Process 3. All rights reserved. Typical  Applications  Functional Number  AC Acknowledgement  Call Matrix 5. Ltd.Contents 1. Page9 .

Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co.. Ltd. Page10 .HLR Data Configuration Step 1: The HLR subscribes to UUS1. All rights reserved.Data Configuration (1) .

 In case of inter-office PRA trunk.Data Configuration (2) . Note: When the IAM message received contains the UUS1. The default value is 1. the incoming trunk saves the information and does not transmit the information to the CCB. pay attention to the bit 12 of software parameter P027. =1: When the IAM message received contains the UUS1 information. This bit controls the method of processing the message when the IAM message received by the local office from the remote office contains the UUS1 cell. Page11 . the local MSC discards the information.MSC Data Configuration  In case of inter-office ISUP trunk. Ltd. Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co.. the incoming trunk adds the saved information to the ACM message and sends the message to the remote office. the incoming trunk transmits the information to the CCB without modification and does not save the information. =0: When the IAM message received contains the UUS1 information. the local MSC transmits the information transparently. Instead. Note: When the IAM message received contains the UUS1 information. check whether PRA users subscribe to the UUS1 service. All rights reserved.

Ltd. Service Process 3. Typical  Applications  Functional Number  AC Acknowledgement  Call Matrix 5.Contents 1. Reference Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. Page12 . All rights reserved. Data Configuration 4.. Service Description 2.

called subaddress. Then the AC server saves and queries the call related information. Ltd. which forwards the information to the AC server.  Then the network side performs call arbitration according to the functional numbers of the calling and called parties to determine whether call connection is allowed. For example. the calling party uses the UUI cell to send his/her functional number to the network side. AC acknowledgement: UUS1 uses the UUI cell to send the call related information such as duration of the call and cause of termination to the MSC. UUS1 transmits the functional number of the calling party through the UUI cell so that the functional number can be easily displayed on the called terminal. Call matrix: During the call setup. Page13 . UUS1 can be used in various applications. Typical application scenarios are as follows:  Information interaction between terminals. AC acknowledgement and call matrix. All rights reserved.. Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. For example. functional number.Typical Applications (Overview) In the GSM-R system. and OTDI.  Information interaction between the terminal and network side (AC server).

.Contents 1. Page14 . Typical  Applications  Functional Number  AC Acknowledgement  Call Matrix 5. Service Description 2. Reference Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. All rights reserved. Ltd. Service Process 3. Data Configuration 4.

the person establishes a relationship between the functional number and real user. Ltd.  The calling party dials the functional number. the MSC obtains the real MSISDN corresponding to the functional number from the HLR. In this way.  Therefore. In this way. When the MSC sends the Send Routing Information message for the first time. the dispatch station can still dial the functional number to call the current person on duty at the post. The following figures shows the process of functional addressing for voice calls in MSC mode. Page15 .. In this way. thus establishing the call connection.Functional Number (1) The  functional addressing service allows users to call the staff at special posts through the function number. the functional number of the post remains unchanged.  The person on duty can register his/her MSISDN with the functional number that corresponds to a post.Typical Applications .  The  dispatch station defines a functional number for its post according to the post function and service area. the dispatch station can dispatch and direct the current real user on duty by calling the functional number. In case of shift rotation for the post. All rights reserved.  Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. the message contains the functional number of the called party.

Ltd.Functional Number (2) For a call through the voice functional number. Page16 . After the called party responds to the paging request. the UUS1 service is used to display the functional numbers of the calling and called parties.. All rights reserved. the called terminal can display the functional number of the calling party.Typical Applications . Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. the calling party uses the UUI cell in the SETUP message that is sent to the network side to transmit his/her functional number. the network side uses the UUI cell in the SETUP message that is sent to the called party to transmit the functional number of the calling party. During the call setup. In this way.

Reference Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co..Contents 1. Ltd. Typical  Applications  Functional Number  AC Acknowledgement  Call Matrix 5. All rights reserved. Service Process 3. Service Description 2. Data Configuration 4. Page17 .

the MSC forwards it to the AC server. the AC server can query. All rights reserved. and saves the AC message. export.Typical Applications . and print the AC message. duration of the call. In addition. Page18 . priority. see the AC  Acknowledgemen t Training Course. Then the AC server receives. The MSC uses the UUI cell in the call release message to indicate whether the current request for AC acknowledgement is successful. Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co.. MS SETUP(UUI) MSC AC Server SETUP(UUI) RELEASE COMPLETE OR DISCONNECT(UUI) RELEASE COMPLETE OR DISCONNECT(UUI) Use the UUI to indicate successful AC  acknowledgeme nt. Ltd. After receiving the call related information. For details about the codes. Use the UUI to transmit the call related information. the terminal originates a request for AC acknowledgement and uses the UUI cell in the SETUP message to send the call related information such as  identity of the sender. if the call related information needs to be recorded. responds to. and cause of termination to the MSC. group call reference.AC Acknowledgement After the Voice Group Call Service (VGCS) or Voice Broadcast Service (VBS) with a high priority is complete.

Contents 1.. Data Configuration 4. Page19 . Reference Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. Typical  Applications  Functional Number  AC Acknowledgement  Call Matrix 5. Ltd. Service Description 2. All rights reserved. Service Process 3.

Page20 . the numbers and their attributes Obtain the  and the call types of the calling and called parties. The following figures show functionalimplementation principle of call matrix in MSC mode.Typical Applications . All rights reserved. and identity number and functional number of the calling party.. and the call type.Call Matrix In the railway operation. Succeed in querying the table? Yes No Terminate the function and release the call Arbitration result is NO Arbitration result is YES Arbitration result is YES*connection based on the same train Arbitration result is NO*release based on the same train Arbitration result is YES*connection based on different trains Arbitration result is NO*release based on different trains Terminate the function and release the call Terminate the function and continue the call Are the calling and called parties on the same train? Yes Terminate the function and continue the call Are the calling and called parties on the same train? No Terminate the function and continue the call Terminate the function and release the call Are the calling and called parties on the same train? No Yes Terminate the function and continue the call Terminate the function and release the call No Are the calling and called parties on the same train? Yes Terminate the function and continue the call Terminate the function and release the call No Yes Terminate the function and release the call Call type. Ltd. users with different identities have different functional numbers. The network side queries the call matrix table to determine whether call connection is allowed according to the functional numbers and their attributes of the calling and called parties. query the GSMR call matrix table. thus preventing incorrect connection. Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. In this way. and identity number and functional number of the called party Use the UUI to transmit the call type. The access matrix is defined to perform call arbitration according to the numbers of the calling and called parties and determine whether call connection is allowed. The access matrix service applies to point-to-point calls only. the connection relationship between the calling party and the called party is defined on the GSM-R network.

All rights reserved. Reference Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co.Contents 1. Service Description 2.. Data Configuration 4. Service Process 3. Typical  Applications  Functional Number  AC Acknowledgement  Call Matrix 5. Ltd. Page21 .

2.Reference 1. All rights reserved. 3. Functional Addressing Training Course Call Matrix Training Course AC Acknowledgement Training Course Copyright © 2010 Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.. Page22 .

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