Kajile HO is a procedure by which a mobile terminal changes serving cells within the same frequency or on different frequencies or even on different Radio Access Technologies RAT. It uses two transmit antennas, with the same data being transmitted from both NodeB antennas, using a space-time block code to en- sure orthogonality of the signals from the two transmit antennas. An LLR can be computed for each information bit as opposed to parity bitswhere each hypothesis corresponds to one possible value of the information bit. A function located in the eNodeB which handles uneven distribution of the traffic load over multiple cells. A duplex scheme whereby the uplink and downlink use different frequencies but not simultaneously, so as to avoid the need for a duplex filter in the receiver.
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MM common procedures TMSI reallocation procedure TMSI reallocation initiation by the network TMSI reallocation completion by the mobile station TMSI reallocation completion in the network Abnormal cases Authentication procedure used for a UMTS authentication challenge Authentication Procedure used for a GSM authentication challenge Authentication request by the network Authentication response by the mobile station Authentication processing in the network Ciphering key sequence number Authentication not accepted by the network Authentication not accepted by the MS MS behaviour towards a network that has failed the authentication procedure Use of established security contexts Identity request by the network Identification response by the mobile station IMSI detach procedure IMSI detach initiation by the mobile station IMSI detach procedure in the network IMSI detach completion by the mobile station Abort procedure initiation by the network Abort procedure in the mobile station MM information procedure MM information procedure initiation by the network MM information procedure in the mobile station MM specific procedures Location updating procedure Periodic updating IMSI attach procedure Generic Location Updating procedure Location updating initiation by the mobile station Network Request for Additional mobile station Capability Information Identification request from the network Authentication by the network Security mode setting by the network Attempt Counter Location updating accepted by the network Location updating not accepted by the network Release of RR connection after location updating Abnormal cases on the mobile station side Abnormal cases on the network side Connection management sublayer service provision MM connection establishment MM connection establishment initiated by the mobile station MM connection establishment initiated by the network Mobile Terminating CM Activity MM connection establishment for emergency calls Call re-establishment Call re-establishment, initiation by the mobile station Forced release during MO MM connection establishment MM connection information transfer phase Sending CM messages Receiving CM messages MM connection release Release of associated RR connection Uplink release in a voice group call Elementary mobility management procedures for GPRS services Lower layer failure Ciphering of messages GSM only P-TMSI signature Radio resource sublayer address handling
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Gogore While there is interest in offering roaming service for IPv6-enabled UEs and subscriptions, not all visited networks are prepared for IPv6 outbound roamers: Advanced Recommendations This section identifies a set ta advanced recommendations to fulfill requirements of critical services such as VoLTE. No security procedures are performed during call processing operations. The default 3gppp is to allow all supported PDP types. The authentication sequence number SQN is set to zero each time the test set is powered on.
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