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Camel Intelligent Networks for the GSM, GPRS and UMTS Network

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ISBN-10: 0470016949

ISBN-13: 9780470016947

Edition: 2006

Authors: Rogier Noldus

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The author takes readers through the history and development of Intelligent Networks, the essential principles of CAMEL, to the future of the technology. Practical hints on the installation of CAMEL in the network are given throughout the book.
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List price: $135.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/31/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 432
Size: 6.97" wide x 9.98" long x 1.12" tall
Weight: 1.936
Language: English

Rogier Noldus is expert at Ericsson Telecommunicatie B.V. in Rijen, The Netherlands. He has been involved in Intelligent Networks (IN) standardization and has driven the development of CAMEL within Ericsson. He has subsequently made a switch to IP multimedia system (IMS) and is now focusing on the integration of GSM and IMS networks, covering areas such as Next generation IN, Fixed mobile convergence, Media transmission, Multi access, Value added services (e.g. enterprise service such as IP Centrex) and Next generation networks. He holds a B.Sc. degree (electronics) from the Institute of Technology in Utrecht (The Netherlands) and a M.Sc. degree (telecommunications) from the University of…    

Introduction to GSM Networks
Signalling in GSM
GSM Mobility
Mobile Station
Identifiers in the GSM Network
International Mobile Subscriber Identity
Mobile Station Integrated Services Digital Network Number (MSISDN Number)
International Mobile Equipment Identifier
Mobile Station Roaming Number
Basic Services
Tele Services
Bearer Services
Circuit Bearer Description
Supplementary Services
Introduction to Intelligent Networks
History of Intelligent Networks
Principles of Intelligent Networks
Service Switching Function
Service Control Function
Basic Call State Model
Dialogue Handling
DP Arming/Disarming Rules
Control vs Monitor Relationship
Evolution of the CAMEL Standard
Third-generation Partnership Project
CAMEL Standards and Specifications
Principles of CAMEL
Location Update Procedure
CAMEL Application Part
Abstract Syntax Notation
Application Context
Signalling for CAMEL
Message Transfer Part
Signalling Connection Control Part
Transaction Capabilities
Dynamic Load Sharing
Using Signalling Point Code for Addressing in HPLMN
CAMEL Phase 1
Architecture for CAMEL Phase 1
Functional Entities
Information Flows
Feature Description
Mobile-originated Calls
Mobile-terminated Calls
Mobile-forwarded Calls
Any-time Interrogation
Subscription Data
Originating CSI and Terminating CSI
Basic Call State Model
Originating Basic Call State Model
Terminating Basic Call State Model
Detection Points
Points in Call
BCSM State Transitions
gsmSSF Process
Tssf Timer
CAMEL Application Part
Initial DP
Request Report BCSM
Event Report BCSM
Release Call
Activity Test
Service Examples
Virtual Private Network
Pre-paid Route Home
Short Number Dialling with CLI Guarantee
CAMEL Phase 2
Functional Entities
Information Flows
Feature Description
On-line Charging Control
Call Forwarding Notifications
Follow-on Calls
User Interaction
Equal Access
Enhancement of Call Control
Supplementary Service Invocation Notification
Short Forwarded-to Numbers
Conditional Triggering
USSD control
Subscription Data
Originating CSI
Terminating CSI
Supplementary Service CSI
Translation Information Flag CSI
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data CSI
USSD Generic CSI
Basic Call State Model
Originating Basic Call State Model
Terminating Basic Call State Model
CAMEL Phase 2 Relationship
CAP v2 operations
Interaction with GSM Supplementary Services
Line Identification
Call Forwarding
Explicit Call Transfer
Call Waiting
Call Hold
Completion of Calls to Busy Subscribers
Closed User Group
Call Barring
User-to-user Signalling
Call Deflection
Interaction with Network Services
Basic Optimal Routing
Immediate Service Termination
Operator-determined Barring
High-speed Circuit-switched Data
Multiple Subscriber Profile
CAMEL Phase 3
General Third-generation Networks
UMTS Network Architecture
2G Cell Planning vs 3G Cell Planning
Location Information
Split-MSC Architecture
CAMEL Phase 3 Features
Call Control
Subscribed Dialled Services
Serving Network-based Dialled Services
CAMEL Control of Mobile Terminated Calls in VMSC
CAMEL Service Invocation at Call Failure
Service Interaction Contml
Call Gapping
Support of Long Forwarded-to numbers
On-line Charging Enhancements
Multiple Subscriber Profile
Other Enhancements to CAP
CAMEL Control of GPRS
Network Architecture
Subscription Data
GPRS State Models
CAP v3 Operations for GPRS
On-line Charging for GPRS
Quality of Service
Routing Area Update
Network-initiated PDP Context Establishment
Secondary PDP Context
Impact on CDRs
Operator-determined Barring
GPRS Roaming Scenarios
Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution
CAMEL Control of MO-SMS
Network Architecture
CAMEL Control of MO-SMS
Subscription Data
SMS State Model
Information Flows
Information Reporting and SMS Steering
Charging and Call Detail Records
Supplementary Services and Operator-determined Barring
Service Examples
International Roaming
Mobility Management
Subscription Data
Information Flows
Service Examples
CAMEL Interaction with Location Services
Active Location Retrieval
Subscription Data Control
Network Architecture
Any-time Subscription Interrogation
Any-time Modification
Notify Subscriber Data Change
Enhancement to USSD
CAMEL Phase 4
Specifications Used for CAMEL Phase 4
Partial CAMEL Phase 4 Support
Call Control
Basic Call State Models
Call Party Handling
Network-initiated Call Establishment
Optimal Routing of Basic Mobile-to-mobile Calls
Alerting Detection Point
Mid-call Detection Point
Change of Position Detection Point
Flexible Warning Tone
Tone Injection
Enhancement to Call Forwarding Notification
Control of Video Telephony Calls
Control of SCUDIF Calls
Reporting IMEI and MS Classmark
GPRS Control
SMS Control
Mobile-originated SMS Control
Mobile-terminated SMS Control
Mobility Management
Subscription Data
Any-time Interrogation
ATI for CS Domain
ATI for PS Domain
Subscription Data Control
Mobile Number Portability
Call Routing
MNP SRF Query by gsmSCF
Non-standard MNP Solutions
Control of IP Multimedia Calls
Rationale of CAMEL Control of IMS
IMS Call Control
CAMEL Application Part for IMS Control
Supported Call Cases for IMS Control
Service Example
Charging and Accounting
Call Detail Records
Overview of Call Detail Records
CAMEL-relaied Parameters in CDRs
Composite CDRs
Transfer Account Procedure Files
Inter-operator Accounting of CAMEL Calls
Clearing House
CAMEL Invocation Fee
Correlation of Call Detail Records
Call Reference Number
MF Calls
SCP-initiated Calls
Global Call Reference
Call Party Handling CDRs
3GPP Rel-6 and Beyond
Capability Negotiation
Enhancements to 3GPP Rel-6
Enhanced Dialled Service
Handover Notification Criteria
Enhancement to SCUDIF Control
Reporting User-to-user Information
Enhancement to User Interaction
Enhancements to 3GPP Rel-7
Trunk-originated Triggering
Overview of CAP Operations
Overview of MAP Operations
Overview of ISUP Messages
Overview of CAMEL Subscription Information