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SMS Short Message Service

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Reference[1] Wireless and Mobile Network ArchitecturesA Y-Bing Lin and Imrich ChlamtacA Wiley Computer PublishingC

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OutlinesIntroduction Short Message Service Architecture SMS Protocol Hierarchy Mobile-Originated Messaging Mobile-Terminated Messaging The DTE-DCE Interface Summary

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Reference[1] Wireless and Mobile Network ArchitecturesA Y-Bing Lin and Imrich ChlamtacA Wiley Computer PublishingC

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Introduction

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Introduction (1/2)The GSM SMS provides A connectionless transfer of messages Low-capacity Low-time performance

In Dec. 1992, the first short message, sent from PC to MS, was delivered in Vodafone GSM in UK. Up to 140 octets, 160 characters per short message6

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Introduction (2/2)To accommodate longer than 160 characters: SMS concatenation SMS compression

SMS are sent on the GSM SDCCH signaling channel. Two types of GSM short message services have been defined: Cell Broadcast Service: periodically deliver short messages to all subscribers in some cells Point-to-point Service: send short messages to a user7

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Types of Short MessagesThree types of short messages: User-specific messages are displayed to the users. ME-specific messages are processed by the ME instead of showing to the users. SIM-specific messages are processed at the SIM card.

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SMS Architecture

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GSM SMS Network ArchitectureGSM network BSC Original MS BST IW MSC

SM-SC Short Message Sender GSM network BS BSC BST Terminating MS MSC SMS GMSC

BST: Base Station Transiver BSC: Base Station Controller MSC: Mobile Switch Center GMSC: Gateway MSC IWMSC: Interworking MSC SM-SC: SMS center 10

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MSC: broadcast the SMS to all its BSSs.

The Role of SM-SCStore-and-forwarded service Requirements of a SM-SC Scalable High availability Reliability.

The SM-SCs are typically implemented on high-speed server platforms. Support TCP/IP access Other new data protocols, e.g., WAP.11

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scalable, available, reliable. GSM networks. SMS GMSC in a GSM network. :

Ex: Sema SM-SC is Compaq Alpha Server. Ericsson SM-SC is Sun SPARC. Nokia SM-SC is HP 9000. SM-SC q|` p WAP L\ TCP/IP - . (pNi Internet eT ), ]

WAP: Wireless Application Protocol

Mobile-Terminated SMSGSM network BSC Original MS BST IW M SC

SM-SC Short Message Sender GSM network BS BSC BST Terminating MS MSC SMS GMSC

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Step 3: pP GSM roaming protocol Wd N short message e MSC. Step 4: MSC -nD Step 5: MS S Note: Short message isb BSS U software ~XxsT SIM L

BTS N short message H broadcast e . ME W memory.

Mobile-Originated SMSGSM network BSC Original MS BST IW M SC

SM-SC Short Message Sender GSM network BS BSC BST Terminating MS MSC SMS GMSC

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SMS Protocol Hierarchy

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SMS MS-MSC Protocol Hierarchy (Mobile Origination)Mobile Station (MS) Short Message Service Center (SM-SC) Short Message Application Layer (SM-AL) Short Message Transfer Layer (SM-TL) Short Message Relay Entity (SMR)

Short Message Transfer Protocol (SM-TP)Mobile Switching Center (MSC) Short Message Relay Entity (SMR) Interworking MSC (IWMSC)

Short Message Relay Layer (SM-RL) Connection Management Sublayer(SM-RL)

Short Message Relay Protocol (SM-RP)

Short Message Short Message Control Entity Short Message Control Entity Control Protocol (SMC) (SMC)

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GSM specifications F SMS gateway functions SO- entity W : SMS-GMSC P SMS-IWMSC. D-nO MS P SM-SC bT GMSC u-td relay @ , . MSC, IWMSC,

W IWMSC, OBz mobile-terminated SMS. OF Mobile Originating Short Messages (SMS-MO), -tdPL SM-SC q . IWMSC GMSC NiBz mobile-originated SMS. O F Mobile Terminating Short Messages (SMS-MT), GMSC, Bz incoming data calls. U- entity protocol: interface O SM-RP P SM-CP. interface O MAP. interface Ob spec wellMSC P MS

MSC P IWMSC (or GMSC) IWMSC (or GMSC) P SM-SC defined ( GMM 03.47).

iH Telecator Alphanumeric Input Protocol M Telecator Data Protocol. ( [1] Chapter 22.2) SMS - 4 layers. SM-AL, SM-TL, SM-RL, CM-sub HUO | .

SMS ProtocolSMS in CM Communication (Communication Management (CM) Management) At the RR layer, SMS SMS is supported by Mobility Management control channels. (MM) E.g., SDCCH orSACCH

Radio Resource (RR) Management16

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Standalone Dedicated Control Channel (SDCCH) (down/uplink) used only for signaling and for short message. Slow Associated Control Channel (SACCH) (down/uplink) is associated with either a TCH or an SDCCH for non-urgent procedures.

Short Message Transfer LayerSM-TL: MS SM-TP SM-SC Transfers SM-AL short messages The Short message Transfer Protocol (SM-TP) is defined in SM-TL between MS and SM-SC.

Short Message Identifier (SMI) for every short message A short message may have different SMIs at MS and SM-SC.

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SM-TL Wh SM-TL o@h

SM-AL Te , b MS P SM-SC w

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b SM-TL o@h , C-TbU- device, |@- identity, (short message identifier), -n`N , JM MS P SM-SC O HP@-Tb MS Pb SM-SC SMI P , Us .

Four Types of Transfer Protocol Data Units (TPDUs)Four types of transfer protocol data units (TPDUs) in SM-TP: SMS-SUBMIT (MS Validity period

SM-SC) MS)

SMS-DELIVER (SM-SC service center timestamp More-To-Send

SMS-STATUS-REPORT (SM-SC SMS-Command (MS SM-SC).

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TPUD (transfer protocol data unit) : MS oe short message SM-SC. validity period H]wT-YLkWe .

SMS-SUBMIT (MS -> SM-SC): e SMS-SUBMIT i]t , ib SM-SC s

SMS-SUBMIT, iH]tU-o : Message Type Indicator (MTI), Reject Duplicates (RD), Validity Period Format (VPF), Status Report Request (SRR), User Data Header Indicator (UDHI), Reply Path (RP) SMS-DELIVER(SM-SC -> MS): e SM-SC oe MS , FhX SM-SC oe status report SM-SC T MS, i MS o SM-SC. . short message. More-To. SMS-DELIVER, P SMS-SUBMIT Send, Status Report Indication(SRI) . More-To-Send, XO_Tdb SRI Ow MS O_^ service center timestamp N

SMS-STATUS-REPORT (SM-SC -> MS): SM-SC ^ eTO_\ . -Y\ , TPDU i|^~ (Validity Period Expiration), TaqTwe (Incompatible Destination), traffico~ (Temporary Errors, e.g., Congestion).

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Short Message Relay LayerSM-RL: MS SM-RP MSC Transfer SM-TL TPDUs and the corresponding delivery reports Short Message Relay (SMR) Entity at MS and the peer MSC The Short message Relay Protocol (SM-RP) is defined in SM-RL between MS and MSC. SM-RP provides interworks with TCAP/MAP in the MSC.

SM-RL SMI19 SM-RL SMI is mapped to and from the SM-TL SMI.

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Four Types of Relay Protocol Data Units (RPDUs)Four types of transfer protocol data units (RPDUs) in SM-RL: RP-DATA (MS SM-SC) RP-SM-MEMORY-AVAILABLE (MS RP-ACK (MS SM-SC) RP-ERROR (MS SM-SC) Network)

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