Mobile network Enhanced Logic (CAMEL) Phase X;. CAMEL Application Part ( CAP) specification. (3GPP TS version Release 12). CAMEL Application Part (CAP) specification. (3GPP The cross reference between GSM, UMTS, 3GPP and ETSI identities can be found under. Technical Specification Group Core Network and Terminals;. Customised Applications for Mobile network Enhanced Logic. (CAMEL) Phase 4.
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CAMEL solved the mobility management problem and provided with much more functionality. However the individual structural components were combined. Sign up using Email and Password. PIC are defined by standards to represent those points in which specifcation might be taken.
The last section in this primer lists the functionality of each phases. Unlike a trigger, which depends on some form of input criteria, an event is simply a call occurrence such as no answer, busy signal or call termination. ITU download link below. The exact location may not be up-to-date unless the mobile has an active call ongoing.
Multiple subscriber profile phase 2.
What this means is that the end user should be able to roam between different networks maybe in different countries and be reachable at the same number and should receive only one bill from the original service provider Home Operator. Number portability query for prepay calls.
Technical Terms For any further discussions we would need to use some technical terms. This document is here https: For CS calls only.
CAMEL: An Introduction
A trigger is the term used to define specific call-processing logic associated with a given point in call. It is possible, that compiling above asn files identifies additional asn files – require another round of downloads from specifucation.
Any help would be appreciated. Hunting type of services. The latest Phase is Phase 4.
CAMEL: An Introduction
Charging control of optimally routed calls. Detection points have two classifications: Provision of location information of called subscriber Alerting phase. Sign up using Facebook.
Speecification up or log in Sign up using Google. BSCM represents an abstract view of call processing, seen from the perspective of service feature control performed by the SCF. Triggers are nothing more than software logic that is loaded in a network element to carry out instructions to initiate an intelligent network process based on analysis of conditions at a detection point. Points in Call PIC: No IN announcements supported No charging operations Limited set of detection points, e.
Arming of detection points: For example, the supplementary services are detailed in