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SMS - 3GPP2 C.S0015-0 Short Message Service COPYRIGHT 3GPP2...

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3GPP2 C.S0015-0 Short Message Service COPYRIGHT 3GPP2 and its Organizational Partners claim copyright in this document and individual Organizational Partners may copyright and issue documents or standards publications in individual Organizational Partner's name based on this document. Requests for reproduction of this document should be directed to the 3GPP2 Secretariat at [email protected] Requests to reproduce individual Organizational Partner's documents should be directed to that Organizational Partner. See www.3gpp2.org for more information.
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TIA/EIA-637-A i PREFACE 1 These technical requirements form a standard for a Short Message Service (SMS), 2 providing delivery of text and numeric information for paging, messaging, and voice mail 3 notification. This standard includes Service Option 6 and Service Option 14 (as assigned 4 in TSB58-A), which support delivery of short messages on CDMA Traffic Channels. Service 5 Option 6 and Service Option 14 conform to the general requirements for service options 6 specified in TIA/EIA-95-B, Mobile Station-Base Station Compatibility Standard for Dual- 7 Mode Spread Spectrum Systems, TSB74, Support for 14.4 kbps Data Rate and PCS 8 Interaction for Spread Spectrum Cellular Systems, and ANSI J-STD-008, Personal Station- 9 Base Station Compatibility Requirements for 1.8 to 2.0 GHz Code Division Multiple Access 10 (CDMA) Personal Communications Systems. 11 A mobile station can obtain Short Message Service operating in either the analog or the 12 spread spectrum (CDMA) mode when it conforms to this standard and any of the following 13 standards: 14 TIA/EIA-95-B. 15 TIA/EIA/IS-95-A (inclusive of text adopted by TSB74). 16 ANSI J-STD-008. 17 This standard does not address the quality or reliability of Short Message Service, nor does 18 it cover equipment performance or measurement procedures. 19 20 SECTION SUMMARY 21 1. Introduction. This section defines the terms, references, protocols and network 22 reference model used in this document. 23 2. SMS Relay Layer. This section defines the requirements for the lower layer of the 24 SMS bearer service protocols. The SMS Relay Layer provides the interface between 25 the Transport Layer and the Link Layer used for message transmission. 26 3. SMS Transport Layer. This section defines the requirements for the upper layer 27 of the SMS bearer service protocols. The SMS Transport Layer manages the end- 28 to-end delivery of messages. 29 4. SMS Teleservice Layer. This section defines the requirements for the SMS 30 Teleservice Layer, which provides application-level data formats and procedures. 31 NOTES 32 1. The following verbal forms are used: “Shall” and “shall not” identify requirements 33 to be followed strictly to conform to the standard and from which no deviation is 34 permitted. “Should” and “should not” indicate that one of several possibilities is 35 recommended as particularly suitable, without mentioning or excluding others; 36 that a certain course of action is preferred but not necessarily required; or that (in 37
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