CDMA Protocol Stacks

The original release of the EIA/TIA-95-B standard defined the protocol messages and formats to be used in the CDMA system. This release is know as Revision 0 of the IS-95 standard. Since the release of Revision 0, a newer standard has been released for cellular CDMA that is called the Revision A standard of IS-95.

Protocol stack Defines the messages that are exchanged between a mobile station (MS) and the base station (BS). These messages are described when they are forwarded to / from the physical layer before / after transmission over the air interface.

The IS-95-A standard is backward compatible with the original Revision standard. However, it introduces a number of new messages, service options and new addressing modes. IS-95-A now supports more powerful protocol methods that expand the paging, handoff and system parameter message capabilities of the CDMA system.

In addition, a new phone addressing method has been added that is based on the International Mobile Station Identity (IMSI) rather than MIN or ESN. IMSI’s are currently used by the GSM system and the adoption of this addressing mode will give CDMA a smoother integration path into international systems.

The IS-95A cellular protocol has been further upgraded to include 14400 bps traffic channels. This is called the TSB-74 protocol standard. CDMA protocol stack. In the original version of the EIA / TIA-95-B standard, the protocol messages and formats that should be used in the CDMA system were defined. This version is known as revision 0 of the IS-95 standard.

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