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					                       Signaling Conformance Test

1. System Configuration




                            Figure 1. System Configuration


     1X/EVDO-AIME System is developed by Aeroflex for Signaling Conformance Testing of
CDMA mobile devices. Especially, system version 05.03.05 and test script version 6.05.01 are
currently used for Mobile Station Testing. It is to be upgraded into new version when the new
version releases.


Table 1. Component and Function
            Component                                                 Function
  ① 1X/EVDO-
                                 Base Station Emulator (Racal 6204 Dual Rack Assembly)
           AIME System
  ⑦ TAS 4500                     Multi Path Fading Emulator
  ⑧ TAS 4600A                    AWGN & Interference Generator
* RACAL 6204 Dual Rack Assembly : RF Combiner Unit, 6304 (Base Station Emulator Unit) 2 Set


2. Service

  - Development Confirmation testing
  - TTA Certification testing
  - TRAC A Certification testing


3. Test Coverage

Table 2. Test Coverage (3GPP2 C.S0031 Signaling Conformance Tests)

  Ref.                                                       Test Title

       1                                              Air Interface Tests

 1.1          Pilot PN offset

 1.2.1        CDMA Channel Number Hashing

 1.2.2        Paging Channel Number Hashing

 1.2.3        Paging Channel Slot Number Hashing

 1.3          Idle Ping Pong with Quick Paging Channel CCI

 1.4          Quick Paging Indicator

 1.5          Mobile Station Response to Access Parameters Message

 1.6          Mobile Station Response to MIN_P_REV

 1.7          Status Request Message

              Protocol Discriminator (PD) Test and Link Access Control (LAC) PDU Format Test   on the Access
 1.8
              Channel

 1.9.1        Initial Values of Logging Parameters
1.9.2.1    Logging of Fundamental Channel Related Parameters (With the service connected as Primary Traffic)

1.9.2.2    Logging of Fundamental Channel Related Parameters (With the service connected as Secondary Traffic)

1.9.3      Logging of Dedicated Control Channel Related Parameters

           Logging of Supplemental Code Channel Related Parameters (With the service connected as Primary
1.9.4.1
           Traffic)

           Logging of Supplemental Code Channel Related Parameters (With the service connected as Secondary
1.9.4.2
           Traffic)

1.9.5      Logging of Supplemental Channel Related Parameters

1.10.1     MS (MOB_P_REV = 6, neither QPCH nor RC > 2, BS (P_REV < 6)

1.10.4     MS (MOB_P_REV = 6, either QPCH or RC > 2 (or both), BS (P_REV < 6)

      2                                                   POTS Tests

2.1        Mobile Station Originated Call

2.2        Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Radio Link Failure During Conversation – Reverse Link

2.3        Mobile Station to Land Party, Radio Link Failure During Conversation – Forward Link

2.4        Mobile Station originated Call, Test   Service Options

2.5        Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Busy Tone

2.6        Mobile Station to Land Party Call, No Traffic Channel Resources Available

2.7        Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Reverse Link Failure During Call Setup

2.8        Mobile Station to Land Party Call, Forward Link Failure During Call Setup

2.9        Mobile Station Terminated Call

2.10       Mobile Station terminated Call, Test Service Options

2.11       Land Party to Mobile Station Call, Mobile Operating in Slotted Mode

2.12       MSID, MCC and IMSI

2.13       TMSI assignment

2.14       TMSI Expiration Time

2.15       Mobile Station to Land Party Call, DTMF

2.16       Forward Traffic Channel DTMF Tone Signalling

2.17       Enhanced DTMF Signalling

2.19       PACA Origination, User Terminates while Still in Queue

2.20       PACA Origination, Idle Handoff While in Queue

2.21       PACA Origination, Traffic Channel Becomes Available

2.22       PACA Origination, Features Interaction

2.24       PACA Origination, PACA Disabled for Mobile Station

2.25.1.1   True IMSI addressing supported by the base station and Mobile Station

2.25.1.2   True IMSI addressing supported by the base station with MIN-based addressing supported by the mobile
           station

2.25.1.3   True IMSI addressing not supported by the base station or Mobile Station

2.25.2     Land Party to Mobile Station Call, Different MCC and IMSI_11_12

2.26       Initial Service Configuration and Negotiation

2.27       Base Station Requested Service Negotiation (Successful Scenarios)

2.28       Base Station Reject Scenarios during Service Negotiation

2.29       Mobile Station Reject Scenarios during Service Negotiation

           Service Negotiation Completion via General Handoff Direction Message and Universal Handoff Direction
2.30
           Message

           SCR without NN-SCR and NN-SCR without SCR in General Handoff Direction Message and Universal
2.31
           Handoff Direction Message

2.32       Base Station Request Overrides the Mobile Station Request

2.33       Service Negotiation Involving Partial SCR and/or Partial NN-SCR

2.34       Quasi-Orthogonal Functions (QOF) assignment

2.35       Release Order on Access Channel

      3                                                    Handoff Tests

3.1        Soft Handoff with Dynamic Threshold

3.2        Hard Handoff Between Frequencies in the same band

3.4        Soft Handoff in Fading

3.5        Hard Handoff in Fading

3.6        Hard Handoff Between Different Band Classes

3.7        Hard Handoff with and without Return on Failure

3.8        Search Window Size and Offset per Neighbor

3.9.2      Access Probe Handoff

3.9.4      Channel Assignment into Soft Handoff

3.10       Traffic Channel Preamble during Hard Handoff Between Frequencies in the same band

3.11       Hopping Pilot Beacon

3.12       Hard Handoff Between Frequencies with Different Radio Configurations

3.13       Hard Handoff Same Frequency with Different Radio Configurations

3.14       Hard Handoff while in the Waiting for Mobile Station Answer Substate

3.15       Inter-Frequency Hard Handoff (CDMA to CDMA)

3.17       Hard Handoff Between Frequencies with Different Protocol Revisions

      5                                                Registration Tests

5.1.1      Power-up Registration Disabled.

5.1.2      Power-up Registration Enabled.
5.2.1     Power-down Registration Disabled

5.2.2     Power-down Registration of a currently registered Mobile Station

5.2.3     Power-down Registration of an unregistered Mobile Station in new System/Network

5.3.1     Timer-based Registration disabled.

5.3.2     Lowest Timer Value (REG_PRD = 29)

5.3.3     Mid-range Timer Value (REG_PRD = 38)

5.4.1     Distance-based Registration disabled

5.4.2     Distance-based Registration enabled, threshold not exceeded

5.4.3     Distance-based Registration enabled, threshold exceeded

5.5.1     Zone-based Registration disabled

5.5.2     Zone-based Registration enabled

5.5.3     Zone-based Registration Timer

5.6.1     Parameter-Change Registration Disabled

5.6.2     Parameter-Change Registration per SLOT_CYCLE_INDEX

5.6.3     Parameter-Change Registration per SCM

5.6.4     Parameter-Change Registration per MOB_TERM

5.6.5     Parameter Change Registration per SID NID List change

5.7.1     MOB_TERM Enabled

5.7.2     MOB_TERM Disabled

      6                                            Authentication tests Tests

6.1       Shared secret data initialised to zero

6.2       Shared secret data update on the Paging/Access channels

6.3       Shared Secret Data Update on the Forward/Reverse Traffic Channels

6.4       Mismatched A-Keys

6.5.1     Activating Voice Privacy on Mobile Station originated Call Set up

6.5.2     Activating Voice Privacy on Mobile terminated Call Set up

6.6       Activating Voice Privacy at the Mobile Station When a Call is Active

6.7       Signaling Message Encryption on Forward Traffic Channel (Alert with Information message)

6.8       SME on Reverse Traffic Channel (Burst DTMF Message)

6.9       Hard Handoffs Between Base Stations with SME Active

6.10      Signaling Message Encryption Mobile Terminated SMS (Data Burst Message)

6.11      Authentication upon Originations

      7                                            Service Redirection Tests

7.1.1     Global Service Redirection between Band Class

7.1.2     Global Service Redirection from CDMA to Non-CDMA System
7.1.3     Global Service Redirection to a Different Channel in the Same Band Class

7.2.1     NDSS between Band Class

7.2.2     NDSS and Normal Service Redirection from CDMA to a Non-CDMA System

7.2.3     NDSS between Channels in the same Band Class

7.2.4     NDSS Ignore CDMA

7.2.5     NDSS Return If Fail

7.3.1     Extended Global Service Redirection between Band Class

7.3.2     Extended Global Service Redirection from CDMA to a Non-CDMA System

7.3.3     Extended Global Service Redirection to a Different Channel in the Same Band Class

      8                                         Short Message Service Tests

8.1.1     Paging Channel SMS Delivery Procedures

8.1.2     SMS Delivery Procedures when Message Too Large for Paging Channel

8.1.3     Traffic Channel SMS Delivery Procedures

8.1.4     Delivery of Maximum Length Message

8.1.5     SMS Delivery Error - Mobile Station Short Message Buffer Full

8.1.6     Voice Mail Notification

8.2.1     Access Channel SMS Delivery

8.2.2     SMS Delivery when Message too Large for Access Channel

8.2.3     Traffic Channel SMS Delivery     (If MS Supported)

8.2.4     Unknown Destination Address

8.2.5     MS Originated SMS Disabled

8.2.6     SMS Not Supported by Base Station

8.3.1     Broadcast SMS Delivery

      9                                       Subscriber Calling Features Tests

9.1.1     Call Forwarding, Unconditional

9.1.2     Call Forwarding, Busy

9.1.3     Call Forwarding, Default

9.1.4     Call Forwarding, No Answer

9.2       Three-way call

9.3.1     Caller ID from Idle State

9.3.2     Caller ID from Conversation State

9.4       Call waiting

9.5.1     MWI when the mobile station is in Idle State

9.5.2     MWI when the mobile station is in Conversation State

9.6.1     Calling Name Presentation (CNAP) from Idle State
9.6.2   Calling Name Presentation (CNAP) from Conversation State

9.6.3   Calling name Presentation (CNAP) with Forwarding

9.7.1   Display Records sent in the Feature Notification Message

9.7.2   Display Records Sent in the Flash With Information Message

9.7.3   Display Records Sent in the Alert With Information Message

9.9     Answer Holding (If MS Supported)

9.10    User Selective Call Forwarding (If MS Supported)

  10                                      Asynchronous Data and Fax Services

10.1    Send/Receive Fax

10.2    Upload/Download Binary File

10.3    Simultaneously Two-Way File Transfer/Carrier Detect

10.4    Compound AT command, Initialization and Connection Delay

10.5    Escaping to Command Mode

10.7    RLP Operation in a Poor RF Environment

10.8    RLP Abort and TCP Retransmit Test

10.9    Internet Control Message Protocol(ICMP) Requests/Replies

10.10   Reflection of AT Command Parameters

  11                                          Packet Data Services Tests

11.1    Terminal Session with Remote Host

11.2    File Transfer

11.3    IP Address Negotiation

11.4    V-J Header Compression

11.5    Asynchronous Control Character Mapping (ACCM) Negotiation

11.6    PPP field Compression

11.7    Maximum Receive Unit (MRU)

11.8    Mobile Station Inactivity Timer

11.9    IWF Inactivity Timer

11.10   Radio Link Control (RLP) Operation in Rayleigh Fading

11.11   RLP Abort and Upper Layer Retransmit

11.12   RLP Encryption Negotiation

11.13   Hardware Flow Control

11.14   Re-Connect After Hard Handoff

11.15   Zone-Based Registration for Packet Data Mobile Stations

  12                                       Medium Speed Packet Data Tests

12.1    Forward File Transfer with Fundamental and Supplemental Code Channels
12.2    Forward File Transfer with Variable Supplemental Code Channels

12.3    MSPD Call Setup, No Negotiation

12.4    MSPD Call Setup, Negotiation to a Different MSPD Service Option

12.5    MSPD Call Setup, Negotiation to LSPD

        MSPD Call Setup, Mobile Station Maximum Multiplex Option Less than Base Station Maximum Multiplex

12.6    Option

        MSPD Call Setup, Mobile station Maximum Multiplex Option Greater than Base Station Maximum

12.7    Multiplex Option

12.8    Allocation/De-allocation of Supplemental Code Channels

12.9    No Transmission on Supplemental Code Channels

12.10   Soft Handoff with Supplemental Code Channels

12.11   Adding Supplemental Code Channels during Soft Handoff

12.12   Hard Handoff to an MSPD-Capable System

12.13   RLP Operation in Rayleigh Fading Environment

12.14   RLP Operation with Severely Degraded Channel

12.15   Bi-Directional File Transfers with Forward Supplemental Code Channels

12.16   Rм Interface Flow Control

12.17   Dormant Timer

12.18   Packet Zone ID

  13                                        High Speed Packet Data Tests

13.1    Forward File Transfer

13.2    Reverse File Transfer

13.3    Bi-directional File Transfer

13.4    Basic Supplemental Channel Configuration Setting and Single Assignment

13.6    Turbo Coding on Supplemental Channel

13.7    Correct Walsh Cover

13.8    Supplemental Channel Discontinuous Transmission

13.9    Slotted Timer

13.10   Retry Order and Delay for Origination Message

13.11   Retry Order and Delay for Supplemental Channel Request Messages

13.12   Retry Order and Delay for Resource Request Messages

13.13   Base Station Initiated Active to Control Hold Mode Transitions

13.14   Mobile Staion Initiated Active to Control Hold Mode Transitions

13.15   Base Station Initiated Control Hold to Active Mode Transitions

13.16   Mobile Sation Initiated Control Hold to Active Mode Transitions
13.17    Base Station Ignores Mobile Station Requested Mode Transitions

13.18    Mobile Station Multiplex option Different from Base Station Multiplex Option

13.19    Soft Handoff with Fundamental Channels and Supplemental Channels

13.20    Soft Handoff of Fundamental Channel Only

13.21    Adding Supplemental Code Channels during Soft Handoff

13.22    Hard Handoff to HSPD-capable system

13.23    Hard Handoff from MSPD to HSPD

13.24    Hard Handoff from LSPD to HSPD

13.25    Hard Handoff to different RC

13.26    Mobile Station Aborts R-SCH During Soft Handoff

13.27    RLP Operation in Rayleigh Fading Environment

13.28    RLP Operation in Severely Degraded Channel

13.31    Mobile Station Assisted Burst Operation Parameters Message Test

13.32    Mobile Station and Base Station Operating in Different States

  14                                           Over-The-Air Service Tests

14.1.1   OTASP Service Request Processing with Electronic Key exchange supported

14.1.2   OTASP Service Request Processing with Electronic Key exchange not supported

14.2     OTAPA Service Request Processing for a Mobile Station in Idle State

14.3     OTAPA Service Request Processing for a Mobile Station in Conversation State

14.4     OTAPA Service Request Processing Interrupted by User Action

  15                                System Selection For Preferred Roaming Tests

15.1     OTASP Service Provisioning for system selection and preferred roaming

15.2     Non-acquisition of a system on negative preferred roaming list(PRL)

15.3     Emergency Call on a system that is Negative on PRL or SID List

15.4     OTASP For System Selection and Preferred Roaming-Oversize PRL

         OTAPA Service Provisioning for System Selection and Preferred Roaming for a Mobile Station in Idle
15.5
         State

  16                                        Message Driven Indicators Tests

16.1     Enhanced Roaming Indicator

  17                                           Forward Compatibility Tests

17.1     Sync Channel

17.2     Paging Channel

17.3     Traffic Channel
Table 3. Test Coverage (3GPP2 C.S0038 Signaling Conformance Tests)

  Ref.                                                               Test Title

   2                                                   Default Signaling Application tests

2.2.2.1   SLP Initialization Tests


2.2.2.2   SLP Reset Test


2.2.2.3   SLP-D Sequence Number Increment Test


2.2.2.5   Reliable-Delivery SLP-D Packet Acknowledgement Test


2.2.2.6   Retransmission of Unacknowledged Reliable-Delivery SLP-D Packet Test


2.2.2.7   Successful Reassembly of SLP-F Packets Sent on the Forward Traffic Channel Test


2.2.2.8   Successful Reassembly of Fragmented Broadcast Messages on the Control Channel Test


2.2.2.9   Successful Reassembly of Fragmented Unicast Messages on the Control Channel Test


   3                                                    Default Packet Application Tests

3.1.2.1   RLP Initialization Test


3.1.2.2   RLP Sequence Number Increment Test


3.1.2.3   RLP Reset Test


3.1.2.4   RLP NAK Test


3.1.2.5   RLP Synchronization Loss Detection Test


3.1.2.6   Basic File Transfer Test


3.2.2.1   LocationRequest Message Response Test


3.3.1.1   XonRequest and XoffRequest Message Response Test


3.3.2.1   DataReady Message Response Test


   4                                                            Stream Layer Tests

4.1.2.3   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


   5                                                            Session Layer Tests

5.1.2.1   KeepAliveRequest Message Response Test


5.1.2.2   SessionClose Message Response Test


5.1.2.3   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


5.2.2.1   Purging of RATI after Session Establishment Test


5.2.2.2   Idle State Response to Subnet/Sector Change Test


5.2.2.3   AT Response to a Change in the Serving Sector Test


5.2.2.4   Idle State UATIAssignment Message Response Test


5.2.2.5   Connected State UATIAssignment Message Response Test


5.2.2.6   HardwareIDRequest Message Response Test


5.2.2.7   AT Idle State Address Timer Operation Test


5.2.2.8   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test
5.3.2.1   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


5.3.2.2   ConfigurationComplete Message Response Test


   6                                                       Connection Layer Tests

6.1.2.1   Redirect Message Test


6.1.2.2   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


6.2.2.1   Network Determination Test


6.2.2.2   System Acquisition Test


6.2.2.3   AT Processing of MinimumRevision and MaximumRevision Fields in the Sync Message Test


6.2.2.4   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


6.3.2.1   AT Slotted Mode Operation Test


6.3.2.2   AT Monitor State CDMA Channel Selection Test


6.3.2.3   AN Initiated Fast Connection Setup Test


6.3.2.4   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


6.4.2.1   ConnectionClose Message Response Test


6.4.2.2   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


6.5.2.1   AT Idle State Distance Based Route Update Message Test


6.5.2.2   TrafficChannelAssignment Message Response Test


6.5.2.3   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


6.7.2.1   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


   7                                                         Security Layer tests

7.1.2.1   DH Key Exchange Protocol Negotiation Test


7.2.2.1   SHA-1 Authentication Protocol Negotiation Test


7.3.2.1   SecurityLayerFormat Field in the Access Channel MAC Packet Header Test


   8                                                            MAC Layer tests

8.1.2.1   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


8.2.2.1   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


8.3.2.1   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test


8.4.2.1   ConfigurationRequest Message Response Test

				
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