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CDMA Development Group. TSG-S Feature Definition for Wireless Pay Phone. Rick L. Willis CDG WLL Technical Team. 041400. Base Station. Wireless Switch. What is the Wireless Pay Phone feature?. Pay Phone provided wirelessly Alternative to the exclusively wired pay phone

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Tsg s feature definition for wireless pay phone

CDMA Development Group

TSG-S Feature DefinitionforWireless Pay Phone

Rick L. Willis

CDG WLL Technical Team

041400


What is the wireless pay phone feature

Base

Station

Wireless Switch

What is the Wireless Pay Phone feature?

  • Pay Phone provided wirelessly

  • Alternative to the exclusively wired pay phone

  • Flexible & rapid deployment option in contrast to the purely wired pay phone

  • Comprised of fewer maintenance points

  • Not limited to a single network topography

  • Supported by numerous wireless devices

  • Mobility option is offered for competitive advaantage

  • Supports co-existence of numerous vertical features

NIU

RJ-11

Pay Phone

E1/T1

RJ-11

RJ-11

NIU

Wireless Pay Phone

Public Call Office


What is pay phone

Wire Line Switch

What is Pay Phone?

  • Fee based public telecommunications service for completed subscriber calls

  • Answer Supervision used as the simple indicator of called party answer at the beginning of a call in the forms of:

    • Reverse Battery: via signaled Line Control

    • Tones: via signaled Meter Pulses of 50 Hz, 600 Hz, 12 KHz or 16 KHz & In-Band DTMF Class Tones

    • Signal Sequence Transitions: via signaled Tone Signals Ring Back Tone to Tones Off

  • Metering used at the beginning & throughout the duration of a call to drive fixed or variable charges associated with pay phone originated calls using:

    • Tones: via signaled Meter Pulses of 50 Hz, 600 Hz, 12 KHz or 16 KHz

Local Loop

Pay Phone

RJ-11

Pay Phone

Pay Phone


Network topography options

Network

Feature Server

Gateway

Local

End Office

Base

Station

Base

Station

Base

Station

Wireless Switch

Wireless Switch

Network Topography Options

FR/ATM/IP

E1/T1

Digital Loop Carrier (V5.2 or TR303)

Wireless Pay Phone

Access Controller

E1/T1

Traditional

Trunk Options

(ANSI/CCITT ISUP,

R1/R2 MF, etc)

E1/T1


Wireless device options

Wireless Device Options

  • Traditional Mobile Station (MS)

  • Wireless Pay Phone

  • Network Interface Unit (NIU)

  • Outdoor Network Interface Unit (NIU)

RJ-11

RJ-11

NIU

Public Call Office

RJ-11

NIU

Pay Phone


Mobility options

Mobility Options

  • No Mobility

  • Limited Mobility

  • Full Mobility


Vertical feature options

Vertical Feature Options

  • Calling Party Identification

  • Circuit Switched Data

  • Limited Service Area

  • Restricted Access

  • User Zone

  • Wireless Local Loop

  • Others ...


Service provider control of the feature

Service Provider Control of the Feature

  • Metering:

    • Meter Pulse Frequency

    • Pulse On Time

    • Pulse Off Time

    • Screening Index

    • Fixed charge at answer & periodic charge for duration of call

    • Type of Date

    • Time of Day

    • Distance (Screening Index & Destination Index)

  • Per subscriber based Provisioning Options

    • Answer Supervision:

      • Reverse Battery

      • Meter Pulses:

        • 50 Hz

        • 600 Hz

        • 12 KHz

        • 16 KHz

      • Tones:

        • DTMF Class Tone C

      • Signals:

        • Tone Signals Tones Off


Wireless pay phone feature characteristics

Wireless Pay Phone Feature Characteristics

  • Wireless Pay Phone Feature Options:

    • Answer Supervision provided to the Calling Pay Phone upon Called Party Answer at time of Call Origination

    • Metering provided to the Calling Pay Phone upon Called Party Answer at time of Call Origination as notification of Fixed Charges to be used throughout duration of a Call or provided also throughout the duration of Call so as to periodically indicate Variable Charges which are also to be applied.


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