TIA Issues Call for Interest On Four  New Projects for Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance

Stakeholders Invited to Contact TIA Regarding Participation

Arlington, VA (December 21, 2018) – The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) TR-45 Engineering Committee on Mobile and Point-to-Point Communications Standards has issued a call for interest for:

  • Document J-STD-025-A initially titled “Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance.”
    • TR-45 is developing guidelines around the interfaces between a telecommunications service provider (TSP) and a law enforcement agency (LEA) to assist the LEA in conducting lawfully authorized electronic surveillance.

 

  • Document J-STD-025-B initially titled “Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance.
    • TR-45 is developing guidelines around defining the interfaces between a telecommunications service provider (TSP) and a Law Enforcement Agency to assist the LEA in conducting lawfully authorized electronic surveillance.

 

  • Document J-STD-025-B-1 initially titled “Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance (LAES) Addendum 1 – Addition of Mobile Equipment IDentifier (MEID).
    • TR-45 is developing guidelines around additions to ANSI/J-STD-025-B adding MEID, as follows: a. Page 12 Line 46: Section 3 — Definitions and Acronyms – Add Mobile Equipment IDentifier (MEID). b. Page 92 Line 10: Section 6.4.9 — Party Identity – Add meid. c. Page 220 Line 14: Annex I — Party Identity – Add meid. d. Page 235 Lines 2 and 14: Index – Add meid and Mobile Equipment IDentifier e. Page 243 Line 43: Index – Add MEID.

 

  • Document J-STD-025-B-2 initially titled “Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance (LAES) Addendum 2 – Support for Carrier Identity.
    • TR-45 is developing guidelines around additions to ANSI/J-STD-025-B adding Carrier Identity information in the cdma2000 Packet Data Serving System message, as follows: a. Page 72, Line 40: Section 5.5.4 cdma2000 Packet Data Serving System message, Table 21 – Add Carrier Identity. b. Page 93, Lines 40 and 52: Section 6.5 – Module ID and Object Identifier – Update Module ID and Object Identifier. c. Page 95 Line 27: Section 6.5 — message definitions, cdma2000 Packet Data Serving System message – Add Carrier Identity. d. Page 96 Line 3: Section 6.5 — parameter definitions – Add Carrier Identity.”

TIA is actively seeking participation in these projects from the user and general interest communities.

The stakeholders may include but are not limited to: manufacturers and users of Mobile Equipment Identifier and law enforcement equipment.

For more information about TR-45 and how to participate in standards development with TIA, contact Victoria Mitchell at standards@tiaonline.org. To join the TR-45 engineering committee, submit a TIA Engineering Committee Application today.

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