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Motorola Confidential Proprietary Oct 5, 2005 CDMA Architecture Detailed Functional Description (DFD) Copyright 2005, Motorola Confidential Proprietary CDMA Architecture Detailed Functional Description (DFD) Document for R18 Oct 5, 2005 Version 4.2 Released Abstract: The following document describes the CDMA System Architecture for R18. This DFD is based upon the CDMA System Architecture Requirement Document (ARD) which is an internal Motorola Engineering document. Motorola Inc. - Networks 1501 W. Shure Drive Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004 Motorola Confidential Proprietary This document and the information contained in it is CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION and shall not be used, or published, or disclosed, or disseminated outside of Motorola in whole or in part without Motorola’s consent. This document contains trade secrets of Motorola. Reverse engineering of any or all of the information in this document is prohibited. The copyright notice does not imply publication of this document. Copyright 2005 Motorola, Inc. U.S.A.
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Motorola Confidential Proprietary Oct 5, 2005 CDMA Architecture Detailed Functional Description (DFD) Copyright 2005, Motorola Confidential Proprietary Oct 5, 2005 Version 4.2 Released Table of Contents Revision History ................................................................................................................... 8 ............................................................................................................................................. 8 CHAPTER 1 Introduction .................................................................................................... 1 CHAPTER 2 Physical Reference Architecture Description ................................................. 2 2.1 Feature Deliverables: ....................................................................................................... 3 2.2 Network Reference Architecture ..................................................................................... 4 2.2.1Radio Access Network (RAN) ............................................................................. 4 2.2.2Circuit Core Network (CoreNW) ......................................................................... 4 2.2.3Packet Network (PacketNW) ................................................................................ 4 2.2.4Mobile Subscriber (MS) ....................................................................................... 5 2.2.5Remote Circuit Based RANs ................................................................................ 5 2.2.6Remote Packet Based RANs ................................................................................. 5 2.3 Reference External Interfaces Descriptions ..................................................................... 6 2.4 R18 CDMA Reference Architecture ................................................................................ 7 2.4.1Brief Overview of Network Entity Functions ....................................................... 10 2.4.1.1 DNP Mobility Manager (DNP MM): ........................................................ 10 2.4.1.2 Transcoder (XC): ....................................................................................... 10 2.4.1.3 Access Node (AN): .................................................................................... 10 2.4.1.4 Circuit Inter-Working Unit (IWU): ........................................................... 10 2.4.1.5 Selection Distribution Unit (SDU): ........................................................... 10 2.4.1.6 1X Base Transceiver Station (BTS) Portfolio: .......................................... 11 2.4.1.7 Packet Data Network (PDN): .................................................................... 11 2.4.1.7.1 Packet Data Serving Node (PDSN): ..................................................... 11 2.4.1.7.2 Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) Server: ........... 11 2.4.1.7.3 Home Agent (HA): ............................................................................... 11 2.4.1.8 Network Operations and Maintenance: ..................................................... 11 2.4.1.8.1 Operations and Maintenance - Radio (OMC-R): .................................. 12 2.4.1.8.2 Operations and Maintenance - Internet Protocol (OMC-IP): ............... 12 2.4.1.8.3 Universal Network Operations (UNO): ................................................ 12 2.4.1.9 Vocoder Processing Unit (VPU): .............................................................. 12 2.4.1.10 Motorola Adcanced Element Management System (Motorola AEMS).: 13 2.4.2Architectural changes of R18 ............................................................................... 13 2.4.3New Features/Services of Release R17 ................................................................ 13 2.4.4Architectural changes of R17 ............................................................................... 13 2.4.5New Features/Services of Release R16.5 ............................................................. 13 2.4.6Architectural changes of Release R16.5 ............................................................... 13 2.4.7Key Architectural Changes of Release 16.4 and Release 16.4.1 .......................... 14 2.4.8Key Architectural Changes of Release 16.3 ......................................................... 14 2.4.8.1 Vocoder Processing Unit Introduction ...................................................... 14 2.4.8.1.1 Requirement summary for VPU ........................................................... 14 2.4.9Key Architectural Changes of Release 16.1 ......................................................... 15
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Motorola Confidential Proprietary Oct 5, 2005 CDMA Architecture Detailed Functional Description (DFD) Copyright 2005, Motorola Confidential Proprietary Oct 5, 2005 Version 4.2 Released 2.4.9.1 Packet Backhaul ......................................................................................... 15 2.4.9.1.1 Requirement Summary for Packet Backhaul ........................................ 15 2.4.9.2 SDU Introduction ....................................................................................... 16 2.4.9.2.1 Requirement Summary for SDU ........................................................... 16 2.4.9.3 BTS Resource Management:
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