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3GPP  CT4
TS 43.073


Support of Localised Service Area (SoLSA) –
Stage 2

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Note that, after each TSG Plenary Meeting, the 3GPP Word documents are produced first, and later on – excepted for the releases not frozen yet, and 8xx-Technical-Reports – the PDF documents are published by the ETSI.
Rapporteur:   SCHMITT, Peter
See also:   TS 03.73     TS 42.043
This TS specifies the stage 2 description of the SoLSA service, which gives the network operator the basis to offer subscribers or group of subscribers different services, different tariffs and different access rights depending on the geographical location of the subscriber, according to GSM 02.43.

full Table of Contents for version:   10.0
 1 Scope       p. 6Top
 2 References       p. 6Top
 3 Definitions and abbreviations       p. 7
2.1 Normative references       p. 7
2.2 Informative references       p. 7
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 4 Main concepts       p. 7
4.1 Localised Service Area definition       p. 7
4.2 Subscriber information for Localised Service Area       p. 7
4.3 Localised Service Area support in idle mode       p. 8
4.3.1 Cell selection and reselection       p. 8
4.3.2 Localised service area indication       p. 8
4.3.3 Exclusive access       p. 8
4.3.4 LSA only access       p. 8
4.4 Localised Service Area support in active mode       p. 8
4.4.1 Localised service area indication       p. 8
4.4.2 Resource handling       p. 8
4.5 Localised Service Area support in access control       p. 9
4.5.1 Emergency Call setup       p. 9
4.5.2 Mobile Originating and Mobile Terminating Call setup       p. 9
4.5.3 Location Registration       p. 9
4.5.4 Call unrelated services (Short message transfer, USSD,
Supplementary Service management)       p. 9
4.5.5 Routing Area Update       p. 9
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 5 General architecture       p. 10Top
 6 Compatibility issues       p. 10
6.1 Handling of mobiles in exclusive access cells       p. 10
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 7 Transmission       p. 11Top
 8 Information storage       p. 11
8.1 Information managed per subscriber       p. 11
8.1.1 Stored in the HLR       p. 11
8.1.2 Stored in the VLR       p. 11
8.1.3 Stored in the SIM       p. 12
8.1.4 Stored in the SGSN       p. 12
8.2 Information managed per LSA       p. 12
8.2.1 Stored in the MSC       p. 12
8.2.2 Stored in the BSS       p. 13
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 9 Identities       p. 13
9.1 Identities for LSA       p. 13
9.1.1 LSA ID       p. 13
9.1.2 LSA name       p. 13
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 10 Operation and maintenance aspects       p. 13Top
 11 Function and information flows       p. 13
11.1 LSA management       p. 13
11.2 Subscription management       p. 14
11.3 Update of LSA data in SIM       p. 14
11.4 Functions related to MS in idle mode for support of LSA       p. 14
11.4.1 Broadcast information       p. 14
11.4.2 Cell selection and reselection       p. 14
11.4.3 Location Updating       p. 15
11.4.4 Routing Area Update       p. 15
11.5 Transfer of information from HLR to VLR       p. 15
11.6 Transfer of information from HLR to SGSN       p. 15
11.7 Functions related to active mode support of LSA       p. 15
11.7.1 MS connection establishment       p. 15
11.7.1.1 Indication of current LSA to the MSC       p. 15
11.7.1.2 Indication of allowed LSA to the BSS       p. 15
11.7.1.3 Indication of allowed LSA to the BSS       p. 15
11.7.2 Handover       p. 16
11.7.2.1 Indication of allowed LSA to the target BSS       p. 16
11.7.2.2 Indication of current LSA to the MSC       p. 16
11.7.2.3 Indication of current LSA to the SGSN       p. 16
11.8 LSA indication procedures       p. 16
11.8.1 Indication for mobile stations in idle mode       p. 16
11.8.2 Indications for mobile stations in active mode       p. 16
11.9 Overview of signalling       p. 16
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 12 Charging       p. 21
12.1 General principles       p. 21
12.2 Toll ticketing       p. 21
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Annex A SoLSA interworking with CAMEL       p. 22
A.1 Subscriber information for Localised Service Area       p. 22
A.2 Network Architecture       p. 22
A.3 Signalling Interworking       p. 23
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Annex B Change history       p. 25Top