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Specifies the identities and addressing structure of the Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Common Interface. There are four categories of identities to be used for identification and addressing in a general DECT environment. These four categories are: - Fixed Part (FP) identities; - Portable Part (PP) identities; - connection-related identities; - equipment-related identities. Fixed part identities and portable part identities are used for: - access information from fixed parts to portable parts; - access requests from portable parts; - identification of portable parts; - identification of fixed parts and radio fixed parts; - paging; - billing. These identities support: - different environments, such as residential, public or private; - supply to manufacturers, installers, and operators of globally unique identity elements with a minimum of central administration; - multiple access rights for the same portable; - large freedom for manufacturers, installers, and operators to structure the fixed part identities, e.g. to facilitate provision of access rights to groups of DECT systems; - roaming agreements between DECT networks run by the same or different owners/operators; - indication of handover domains; - indication of location areas, i.e. paging area; - indication of subscription areas of a public service. This ETS also provides for lengths indicators and other messages that can override the default location and/or paging area and domain indications given by the structure of the identities.
|Nederlandse titel||Radio Equipment and Systems (RES) - Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) - Common Interface (CI) - Part 6: Identities and addressing|
|Engelse titel||Radio Equipment and Systems (RES) - Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) - Common Interface (CI) - Part 6: Identities and addressing|