TS.59 Device Type Definitions


Thursday 1 Jul 2021 | Terminal Steering Group |

Definitions of device types, such as Open Market and Unlocked devices, are not consistently defined around the world. TS.59 formalises the requirements that underpin such terminology so that all parties can work from a common baseline.

IR.94 IMS Profile for Conversational Video Service v16.0


Wednesday 16 Jun 2021 | All Documents |

IR.94 is the definition of an IMS profile by listing a number of Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN), Evolved Packet Core, IMS core, and UE features which are considered essential to launch interoperable IMS ...

TS.48 Generic eUICC Test Profile for Device Testing


Tuesday 15 Jun 2021 | All Documents | Terminal Steering Group |

The introduction of Devices with non-removable UICCs presents a need to review best practice for testing. System simulator-based Device testing for industry certification schemes such as GCF and PTCRB has traditionally expected the necessary Test Profiles

IR.61 Wi-Fi Roaming Guidelines v14.0


Friday 11 Jun 2021 | All Documents | Networks Group |

IR.61 specifies a common technical solution for roaming between Wi-Fi Service Providers from an inter-Service Provider perspective. It addresses various technical aspects such as interfaces used for connection procedures, ...

IR.51 IMS over Wi-Fi V9.0


Friday 11 Jun 2021 | All Documents |

The IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Profile for Voice and Video, documented in this Permanent Reference Document (PRD), identifies a minimum mandatory set of features which are defined in 3GPP specifications that a wireless device (the ...

NG.113 5GS Roaming Guidelines v5.0


Thursday 10 Jun 2021 | All Documents |

This document aims to provide a standardized view on how 5G System (5GS) networks making use of the 5G Core (5GC) can interconnect and/or interwork when users roam onto a network different to their HPMN (Home Public Mobile ...

TS.34 IoT Device Connection Efficiency Guidelines


Wednesday 9 Jun 2021 | All Documents | Terminal Steering Group |

In IoT scenarios IoT Device firmware and software play a significant part in determining the overall performance and behaviour of the IoT Service on the mobile network. With no human intervention to fall back upon, the mechanisms that ...

TS.47 AI Mobile Device Requirements Specification


Tuesday 23 Feb 2021 | Terminal Steering Group |

The purpose of this specification is to enable multiple stakeholders achieve a common understanding of what constitutes an AI enabled mobile device.

TS.51 OTA Testing of IoT Device


Monday 8 Feb 2021 | All Documents | Terminal Steering Group |

This document defines the OTA Testing of cellular IoT devices, including test set-up, test method, test procedure and performance requirements of Total Radiated Power and Total Radiated Sensitivity for different types of cellular IoT devices. The cellular

TS.27 NFC Handset Test Book


Friday 1 Jan 2021 | All Documents | Terminal Steering Group |

The NFC Test Book stream is part of GSMA NFC activities. The participating GSMA TSG members have developed a set of test cases to be used for testing primarily the UICC based NFC functionality within a Mobile Device. These tests have ...

SG.20 Voicemail Security Guidelines


Thursday 9 Jul 2020 | All Documents | Fraud and Security Group |

This PRD describes the security risks posed by voicemail services, how they can be mitigated with robust technical configurations and appropriate policies. The document provides valuable information for mobile users and network ...

IR.65 IMS Roaming and Interworking Guidelines v34.0


Monday 8 Jun 2020 | All Documents | Networks Group |

IR.65 gives common guidelines for IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem as specified by 3GPP) inter-operator connections in order to prevent non-interoperable and/or inefficient IMS services & networks. Areas covered are IMS specific issues ...

COVID-19: Digital Contact Tracing Applications


Wednesday 3 Jun 2020 | All Documents | COVID-19 |

As the world works around the clock and across many fronts to combat COVID-19, the mobile industry is playing a critical role. Mobile network operators (MNOs) are providing robust and secure connectivity for individuals, business continuity and government

COVID-19: Mobile Cyber Security & Fraud Threat Observations and Incidents


Monday 20 Apr 2020 | COVID-19 | Fraud and Security Group |

This report has been prepared by members of the GSMA Fraud and Security Group (FASG) management team which comprises the various subject domain sub-group leaders and global region leaders, together with the security leadership in the GSMA staff team.

TS.39 MIoT Test Requirements


Monday 6 Apr 2020 | All Documents | Technical Documents | Terminal Steering Group |

The purpose of this document is to establish test procedures for the verification of LTE CAT-M1, CAT-NB1 and EC-GSM-IoT devices. These test requirements may also be used to supplement the RAN5 requirements once test cases are ...

TS.46 Visual Voicemail Interface Specification


Wednesday 18 Mar 2020 | All Documents | Terminal Steering Group |

The aim of this document is to provide a Technical Recommendation for an open and standardised Visual Voice Mail (VVM) interface protocol which VVM clients may use to interact with a voice mail server.

Procedures for Industry Specifications


Friday 27 Dec 2019 | All Documents |

IR.92 IMS Profile for Voice and SMS v16.0


Tuesday 17 Dec 2019 | All Documents | Networks Group | Technical Documents |

IR.92 defines a voice over IMS profile by listing number of Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network, evolved packet core, IMS core, and UE  features which are considered essential to launch interoperable IMS based voice ...

IR.81 GRQ Measurement Implementation Version 12.0


Monday 2 Dec 2019 | All Documents |

This document describes the implementation procedures for measuring the quality of SMS, voice, and data roaming services end-to-end both in the bilateral and in the roaming hubbing scenario.

NNI Parameter forms v1.1


Tuesday 29 Oct 2019 | All Documents |

This document is intended as a repository for all Networks Group, NG related interworking forms to permit simplified access to the forms for all parties.  The goal of the forms is to minimize interoperability issues when deploying ...