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ETSI - TR 103 338

Satellite Earth Stations and Systems (SES); Satellite Emergency Communications (SatEC); Multiple Alert Message Encapsulation over Satellite (MAMES) deployment guidelines

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 May 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 68
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The present document provides guidelines for integrating the MAMES alert message encapsulation scheme specified in [i.1] into communications networks. Starting from an outline of the overall integration framework in terms of the entities and actors involved in an end-to-end alerting system, a set of generic integration scenarios are developed. These considerations apply to both satellite-based and terrestrial networks.

The actual integration guidelines are formulated by providing a mapping of the MAMES entities onto the entities of common types of SatCom and SatNav networks. For each class of SatCom and SatNav network considered, the interconnection points between the MAMES and the SatCom/SatNav networks are identified, highlighting also the respective lower-layer technologies of the satellite-based networks.

In order to illustrate the operation of integrated MAMES-enabled networks, a number of representative end-to-end alerting scenarios are developed and the key procedures involved are described.

Document History

TR 103 338
May 1, 2015
Satellite Earth Stations and Systems (SES); Satellite Emergency Communications (SatEC); Multiple Alert Message Encapsulation over Satellite (MAMES) deployment guidelines
The present document provides guidelines for integrating the MAMES alert message encapsulation scheme specified in [i.1] into communications networks. Starting from an outline of the overall...

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