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«ETSI TS 100 394-4-5 V1.1.1 (2000-11) Technical Specification Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA); Conformance testing specification; Part 4: Protocol ...»

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ETSI TS 100 394-4-5 V1.1.1 (2000-11)

Technical Specification

Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA);

Conformance testing specification;

Part 4: Protocol testing specification for

Direct Mode Operation (DMO);

Sub-part 5:

Abstract

Test Suite (ATS) for

Mobile Station (MS) Repeater type 1

2 ETSI TS 100 394-4-5 V1.1.1 (2000-11)

Reference

DTS/TETRA-02009-4-5

Keywords

TETRA, DMO, protocol, testing, TTCN, ATS,

PIXIT, radio

ETSI

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Contents Intellectual Property Rights

Foreword

1 Scope

2 References

3 Definitions and abbreviations

3.1 TETRA definitions

3.2 TETRA abbreviations

3.3 ISO 9646 definitions

3.4 ISO 9646 abbreviations

4 Abstract Test Method (ATM)

4.1 ATM for the MS-REP1 MAC ATS

4.1.1 Lower Tester (LT)

4.1.2 Upper Tester (UT)

4.1.3 Test Co-ordination Procedures (TCP)

4.1.4 Point of Control and Observation (PCO)

4.2 ATM for the MS-REP1 DMCC ATS

4.2.1 Lower Tester (LT)

4.2.2 Upper Tester (UT)

4.2.3 Test Co-ordination Procedures (TCP)

4.2.4 Point of Control and Observation (PCO)

5 ATS conventions

5.1 Naming conventions

5.1.1 Declarations part

5.1.1.1 Test suite type and structured type definitions

5.1.1.2 Test suite operations definitions

5.1.1.3 Test suite parameter declarations

5.1.1.4 Test case selection expression definitions

5.1.1.5 Test suite constant declarations

5.1.1.6 Test suite variable declarations

5.1.1.7 Test case variable declarations

5.1.1.8 PCO declarations

5.1.1.9 Timer declarations

5.1.1.10 ASP type definitions

5.1.1.11 PDU type definitions

5.1.1.12 Alias definitions

5.1.2 Constraints part

5.1.3 Dynamic part

5.1.3.1 Test case identifier

5.1.3.2 Test step identifier

5.1.3.3 Default identifier

5.2 TC and TP naming

Annex A (normative): ATS for TETRA DMO MS-REP1

A.1 Abstract Test Suite (ATS) for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 MAC protocol

A.1.1 The TTCN Graphical form (TTCN.GR)

A.1.2 The TTCN Machine Processable form (TTCN.MP)

A.2 ATS for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 DMCC protocol

A.2.1 The TTCN Graphical form (TTCN.GR)

A.2.2 The TTCN Machine Processable form (TTCN.MP)

ETSI 4 ETSI TS 100 394-4-5 V1.1.1 (2000-11) Annex B (normative): Partial PIXIT proforma for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 protocol..............15 B.1 Partial PIXIT proforma for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 MAC layer protocol

B.1.1 Identification summary

B.1.2 ATS summary

B.1.3 Test laboratory

B.1.4 Client identification

B.1.5 SUT

B.1.6 Protocol layer information

B.1.6.1 Protocol identification

B.1.6.2 IUT information

B.1.6.2.1 Implicit send events

B.1.6.2.2 Parameter values

B.2 Partial PIXIT proforma for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 DMCC protocol

B.2.1 Identification summary

B.2.2 ATS summary

B.2.3 Test laboratory

B.2.4 Client identification

B.2.5 SUT

B.2.6 Protocol layer information

B.2.6.1 Protocol identification

B.2.6.2 IUT information

B.2.6.2.1 Implicit send events

B.2.6.2.2 Parameter values

Annex C (normative): Protocol Conformance Test Report (PCTR) proforma for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 protocol

C.1 PCTR proforma for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 MAC layer protocol

C.1.1 Identification summary

C.1.1.1 Protocol conformance test report

C.1.1.2 IUT identification

C.1.1.3 Testing environment

C.1.1.4 Limits and reservation

C.1.1.5 Comments

C.1.2 IUT conformance status

C.1.3 Static conformance summary

C.1.4 Dynamic conformance summary

C.1.5 Static conformance review report

C.1.6 Test campaign report

C.1.7 Observations

C.2 PCTR proforma for TETRA DMO MS-REP1 DMCC layer protocol





C.2.1 Identification summary

C.2.1.1 Protocol conformance test report

C.2.1.2 IUT identification

C.2.1.3 Testing environment

C.2.1.4 Limits and reservation

C.2.1.5 Comments

C.2.2 IUT conformance status

C.2.3 Static conformance summary

C.2.4 Dynamic conformance summary

C.2.5 Static conformance review report

C.2.6 Test campaign report

C.2.7 Observations

History

ETSI 5 ETSI TS 100 394-4-5 V1.1.1 (2000-11) Intellectual Property Rights IPRs essential or potentially essential to the present document may have been declared to ETSI. The information pertaining to these essential IPRs, if any, is publicly available for ETSI members and non-members, and can be found in ETSI SR 000 314: "Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs); Essential, or potentially Essential, IPRs notified to ETSI in respect of ETSI standards", which is available from the ETSI Secretariat. Latest updates are available on the ETSI Web server (http://www.etsi.org/ipr).

Pursuant to the ETSI IPR Policy, no investigation, including IPR searches, has been carried out by ETSI. No guarantee can be given as to the existence of other IPRs not referenced in ETSI SR 000 314 (or the updates on the ETSI Web server) which are, or may be, or may become, essential to the present document.

Foreword This Technical Specification (TS) has been produced by ETSI Project Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA).

The present document consists of the following parts:

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Part 2: "Protocol testing specification for Voice plus Data (V+D)";

Part 4: "Protocol testing specification for Direct Mode Operation (DMO)";

Part 5: "Security".

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1 Scope The present document contains the Abstract Test Suites (ATS) to test the TETRA Direct Mode Operation (DMO) Mobile Station Repeater Type 1 (MS-REP1) protocol at layer 3, called Direct Mode Call Control (DMCC) and the MS-Repeater type 1 protocol at layer 2, the Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol. The DMCC and MAC protocols are specified in ETS 300 396-3 [1] and in EN 300 396-4 [2]. The Test Suite Structure (TSS) and Test Purposes (TPs) for the two ATSs are defined in EN 300 394-4-3 [4].

The objective of the test specifications are to provide a basis for approval tests for TETRA DMO MS equipment supporting the Repeater Type 1 protocols, giving a high probability of air interface inter-operability between different manufacturer's TETRA equipment.

The ISO standard for the methodology of conformance testing, ISO/IEC 9646-1 [5], ISO/IEC 9646-2 [6], ISO/IEC 9646-3 [7] and ISO/IEC 9646-5 [8], as well as the ETSI rules for conformance testing, ETS 300 406 [9] and ETR 141 [10] are used as a basis for the test methodology.

Annex A provides the Tree and Tabular Combined Notation (TTCN) part of these two ATSs.

Annex B provides the Partial Protocol Implementation eXtra Information for Testing (PIXIT) Proforma of these two ATSs.

Annex C provides the Protocol Conformance Test Report (PCTR) Proforma of these ATSs.

2 References

The following documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of the present document.

• References are either specific (identified by date of publication, edition number, version number, etc.) or non-specific.

• For a specific reference, subsequent revisions do not apply.

• For a non-specific reference, the latest version applies.

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[8] ISO/IEC 9646-5 (1994): "Information technology - Open Systems Interconnection - Conformance testing methodology and framework - Part 5: Requirements on test laboratories and clients for the conformance assessment process". (See also ITU-T Recommendation X.292 (1992)).

[9] ETSI ETS 300 406: "Methods for Testing and Specification (MTS); Protocol and profile conformance testing specifications; Standardization methodology".

[10] ETSI ETR 141: "Methods for Testing and Specification (MTS); Protocol and profile conformance testing specifications; The Tree and Tabular Combined Notation (TTCN) style guide".

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3.1 TETRA definitions For the purposes of the present document, the terms and definitions given in EN 300 396-4 [2] apply.

3.2 TETRA abbreviations

For the purposes of the present document the following TETRA abbreviations apply:

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3.3 ISO 9646 definitions

For the purposes of the present document the following ISO/IEC 9646 definitions apply:

TTCN.GR TTCN.MP Protocol Conformance Test Report (PCTR) PCTR proforma 3.4 ISO 9646 abbreviations

For the purposes of the present document the following ISO/IEC 9646-1 [5] abbreviations apply:

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4.1 ATM for the MS-REP1 MAC ATS This subclause describes the ATM used for testing the MS-REP1 MAC layer protocol of a Mobile Station Repeater Type 1 (MS-REP1). It is the embedded variant of the remote test method used in Single Party Testing (SPyT) context,

as defined in ISO/IEC 9646-2 [6], clause 11. This test method has been selected, because:

- this test method implies no specific requirements from the Implementation Under Test (IUT);

- the upper Service Access Point (SAP) of the IUT cannot be directly observed;

- the variety of the possible TETRA implementations is a serious technical obstacle for the adoption of a different ATM;

- this test method places minimum limitations in the realization of conformance testing.

The selected test method is illustrated in figure 1.

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4.1.1 Lower Tester (LT) A LT is located in a remote TETRA test system. It controls and observes the behaviour of the IUT.

4.1.2 Upper Tester (UT) There is no explicit UT in the remote test method, but the layers above inside the System Under Test (SUT) are used implicitly for testing the DM-MAC layer.

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4.1.3 Test Co-ordination Procedures (TCP) The implicit send events defined by the provider of an implementation in annex B serve the purpose of the TCP. They are used as an input to the IUT communicating with the UT to initiate test events at the MS-REP1 MAC layer.

4.1.4 Point of Control and Observation (PCO) All test events at the PCO carrying service user data are specified in terms of MAC layer PDUs. Only few Abstract Service Primitives (ASPs) are defined for control or observation purposes. The mapping of the MAC PDUs into the physical layer frame structure is left to the test implementation.

4.2 ATM for the MS-REP1 DMCC ATS This clause describes the ATM used for testing the DMCC protocol of a MS-REP1. The selected method is the embedded variant of the remote test method used in Single Party Testing (SPyT) context, as defined in

ISO/IEC 9646-2 [6], clause 11. This test method has been selected, because:

- this test method implies no specific requirements from the Implementation Under Test (IUT);

- the upper Service Access Point (SAP) of the IUT cannot be directly observed;

- the variety of the possible TETRA implementations is a serious technical obstacle for the adoption of a different ATM;

- this test method places minimum limitations in the realization of conformance testing.

The selected test method is illustrated in figure 2.

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Figure 2: Remote single party test method for TETRA MS-REP1 DMCC protocol 4.2.1 Lower Tester (LT) A LT is located in a remote TETRA test system. It controls and observes the behaviour of the IUT.

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4.2.2 Upper Tester (UT) There is no explicit UT in the remote test method, but the TETRA MS-REP1 DMCC and the layers above inside the System Under Test (SUT) are used implicitly for testing the DMCC layer.

4.2.3 Test Co-ordination Procedures (TCP) The implicit send events defined by the provider of an implementation in annex B serve the purpose of the TCP. They are used as an input to the IUT communicating with the UT to initiate test events at the DMCC protocol layer.

4.2.4 Point of Control and Observation (PCO) The PCO is located inside the protocol.

All test events at the PCO carrying service user data is specified in terms of PDUs. The mapping of the PDUs to possible Medium Access Control (MAC) layer service primitives is left to the test implementation.

5 ATS conventions This clause describes the conventions applied to define the two ATSs and gives the naming conventions chosen for the different elements of the ATSs.

The ATS conventions are intended to give a better understanding of the ATS but they describe also the conventions made for the development of the ATS, thus for any later maintenance purposes or further development of the ATS, the conventions described in this clause shall be considered.

5.1 Naming conventions 5.1.1 Declarations part This subclause describes the naming conventions chosen for the elements of the ATS declarations part.

5.1.1.1 Test suite type and structured type definitions The test suite type and test suite structured type identifiers describe the information elements, and each whole word

included in the name is written in lowercase starting by an uppercase letter:

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In the case an abbreviation is included in the declaration name, there is an underscore ("_") before and/or after it, separating it from the rest of the identifier. This rule with abbreviations apply to all the naming conventions in the whole test suite.

5.1.1.2 Test suite operations definitions The test suite operation identifiers are composed of strings in uppercase letters starting by the uppercase string "TSO_".

The different strings in the definition are separated with underscores.

EXAMPLE: TSO_ACTIVE_IND_CALL_OCCUPATION_REP1_MS.

5.1.1.3 Test suite parameter declarations The test suite parameter identifiers are composed of strings in uppercase letters starting by the uppercase string "PIC_" or "PIX_" and separated by underscores.

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Complete names as defined in the specifications are used.

5.1.1.4 Test case selection expression definitions The naming conventions for the test case selection expression definitions use free text starting with an uppercase letter.

The name of the expression shall explain clearly the selection rule. The test case selection expressions are generally logical combinations of the PICS element definitions.

5.1.1.5 Test suite constant declarations The test suite constant identifiers are composed of strings in uppercase letters starting by the uppercase string "TSC_".

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