Special Communication Parameters Regulation 2012 - Skp-V 2012

Original Language Title: Spezielle Kommunikationsparameter-Verordnung 2012 – SKP-V 2012

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225. Regulation of Rundfunk und Telekom Regulierungs-GmbH, a part of plan for communication parameter is set (special communication parameters regulation 2012 - SKP-V 2012)

On the basis of section 63, paragraph 1, of the Federal law, a telecommunications law is adopted with the (Telecommunications Act 2003 - TKG 2003), Federal Law Gazette I no. 70/2003 idF BGBl I no. 102/2011, is prescribed:

Section 1

General information

Purpose

§ 1. The aim of this regulation is the efficient structuring and management of special communication parameters to meet the requirements of users and providers in an objective, transparent and non-discriminatory manner.

Responsibilities, general procedures

2. (1) allocates special communications parameters (SCPs) - unless the following else - limited to a maximum 12 months the regulatory authority on request. In justified cases, in particular if there is a legally-compliant use in connection with a renewal application, a period can be granted for up to 36 months or aside from a time limit. When establishing the allocation period, care is in particular on a possible shortage of the respective special communication parameters to take. A shortage exists anyway, if at least 70% of the total available special communication parameters of type were already allocated.

(2) a claim for allocation of certain SCPs does not exist.

(3) legal persons without seat in Austria have a delivery agent within the meaning of § 9 application with the extra law, BGBl. No. 200/1982 idF BGBl I no. 111/2010, call to make. Any changes in the person of the delivery agent shall be communicated to the regulator within two weeks after the change. Will refrain from the display of this change, the RTR-GmbH can up on the recent announcement of a delivery agent, and by the licence holder make the service of documents without further delivery attempt by depositing at the RTR-GmbH.

(4) the licence holder has the regulatory authority without delay



1 the beginning and end of use a SKP, 2. all changes with regard to the circumstances, the conditions for the allocation were 3. unneeded SKP or blocks of SKP, and 4 any name and/or address change to display.

Section 2

Network indicator

Network indicator (- NI)

General information and use

§ 3 (1) is the network indicator (network indicator - NI) for the international sign gift network referred to in recommendation Q. 704 (07/96) of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) with "00" set and serves for labeling of exchanges in the international signalling network.

(2) the NI is set for the national signalling network with "11" and the operators own signaling network with "10".

(3) all addresses by placement agencies (signalling point code) of (decimal) 0 to 16383, the exchanges in the operator's own signaling network (NI = 10) address, can be used freely by communications network operators within their signaling network.

Section 3

Special communications parameters

Addresses of international signaling points

(International signalling point codes - ISPC)

Intended use

4. (1) ISPC serve the addressing of signaling points in the international signalling network, which with NI = 00 are marked.

(2) the basic structure of the addressing of international signalling points according to the ITU-T Recommendation Q. 708 (03/99).

Allocation

§ 5 (1) allocates the regulatory authority a request to operators of public communications networks with active or planned international network connections by the ITU-T on Austria of allocated ISPCS. The application has in particular a name and description of the communication network, the geographic location of the signaling point, to contain an implementation concept for international connections, as well as evidence for the need of an ISPC using an estimate of the traffic from the 6th month after allotment.

(2) in justified cases, more than an ISPC can be allocated.

Use

6. (1) an allocated ISPCS may be used exclusively for the addressing of the signaling point specified in the allocation.

(2) the licence holder has to use the allocated ISPCS six months after the allotment in its public communication network with international connections 1, broken after months of traffic or the number of signaling messages transmitted through the ISPC be communicated 2 the regulatory authority on request and 3. to ensure the trouble-free operation of the signalling network by means of appropriate technical equipment and to prove this on request by the regulatory authority in an appropriate manner.

(3) the use of allocated ISPCS must not be longer than three months suspended.

Addresses of national signaling points

(National signalling point codes - NSPCS)

Intended use

7. (1) NSPCS serve the addressing of signaling points in the national signalling network, which with NI = 11 are marked.

(2) the basic structure of addressing national signalling point varies according to the ITU-T Recommendation Q. 705 (03/93).

Allocation

§ 8 (1) allocates (in decimal) the regulatory authority eight NSPCS as a block in the range of 0-16383 upon application to operators of public communications networks with active or planned national network links. The application shall contain in particular a description of the communications network, as well as a description of the structure of the network. In justified cases, more than eight NSPCS can be allocated.

(2) the need for further NSPCS is to prove.

Use

§ 9 (1) allocated NSPCS may be used exclusively for the addressing of signaling points in the communications network specified in the allocation.

(2) the licence holder has to use one or more of the allocated NSPCS six months after the allotment in the public communications network specified in the application 1, 2. to ensure the trouble-free operation of the signalling network by means of appropriate technical equipment and to prove this on the request of the regulatory authority in an appropriate manner, the sites of addressed by the used NSPCS switching centers on request of the regulator to announce 3.

(3) the use of allocated NSPCS blocks by using at least a NSPCS contained in this block must not be longer than three months suspended.

Data network identification code

(Data network identification code - of a DNIC code)

Intended use

10. (1) an of a DNIC code serves to identify data networks in the international data network.

(2) the basic structure varies according to the ITU-T Recommendation X. 121 (10/00).

Allocation

§ 11 (1) gives the regulatory authority upon application to operators of public communications networks, which at least one international data service is offered or will be, of a DNIC code, or parts thereof, of the area allocated by the ITU-T on Austria to use. The application shall contain in particular a description of the appropriate communication network.

(2) the need for an a DNIC code or parts of it shall be demonstrated.

Use

12. (1) an a DNIC code split to or parts thereof may be used exclusively for the addressing of communications network specified in the allocation.

(2) the licence holder has a public communications network with international connections to operate 1. six months after the allotment, about at least one international data service is offered, the allocated a DNIC code or parts thereof used for addressing, the connections with other equivalent networks to display 2 the regulatory authority upon request.

(3) the use of an allocated a DNIC code or parts thereof must not be longer than three months suspended.

(4) the licence holder is obliged to entertain with other national and international data networks by means of a DNIC code registered transport relations.

(5) transport links with other data networks must be continuous, aligned and meet the quality criteria of the service.

(6) the licence holder has the regulatory authority to prompt to show traffic broken down by months.

Identification code for a mobile network

(Mobile network code - MNC)

Intended use

13. (1) a MNC is addressing a public mobile communications network.

(2) the basic structure of the addressing of mobile devices and participants in a mobile communication network according to the ITU-T Recommendation E. 212 (05/2008).

Allocation

14. (1) the regulatory authority allocates a MNC to share with the mobile country code (MCC) assigned by the ITU-T to Austria upon application to operators of public mobile communications networks or to applicants who plan to operate of a public mobile communications network. The application shall contain in particular a description of the public mobile communication network.

(2) the need for an MNC is to prove.

(3) in justified cases, more than an MNC can be allocated.

Use


15. (1) a MNC split to may be used exclusively for the addressing of public mobile communications network specified in the allocation.

(2) the licence holder has to use the allocated MNCs within 12 months after the allotment in its mobile communications network.

(3) the use of allocated MNCs cannot be longer than three months suspended.

Identification code for a public mobile TETRA network

(TETRA mobile network code - T-MNC)

Intended use

16. (1) a T-MNC is addressing a TETRA mobile communications network.

(2) the basic structure of the addressing of mobile devices and users of a mobile Tetra communication network depends on the standards of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), EN 300 392-1 V1. 1 (2009-01) 4.

Allocation

§ 17 (1) the regulatory authority divides communication networks at the request of operators of mobile Tetra or applicants who plan operation of a TETRA mobile communications network to a T-MNC. The application has in particular a description of the mobile TETRA communications network to contain.

(2) the need for a T-MNC is to prove.

(3) in justified cases, more than a T-MNC can be allocated.

Use

18. (1) an allocated T-MNCs may be used exclusively for the mobile Tetra specified in the allocation communications network.

(2) the licence holder has to use the allocated T-MNCs within 12 months after the allotment in his mobile TETRA communications network.

(3) the use of an allocated T-MNCs cannot be longer than three months suspended.

Identification code for an international closed user group

(International closed user group number - ICN)

Intended use

Section 19 (1) ICN are addressing international closed user groups in public communications networks.

(2) the basic structure of the identification codes for international closed user groups according to the ITU-T Recommendation X. 180 (11/88).

Allocation

§ 20 (1) the regulatory authority shall upon application to operators of public communications services, which already E. e.164 numbers were allocated to 100 ICN from the area assigned by the ITU-T to Austria as a block.

(2) in justified cases, more than 100 ICN can be allocated.

(3) the need for another ICN is to prove.

Use

Section 21 (1) ICN allocated to may be used solely for addressing international closed user groups.

(2) the licence holder has to use one or more of the allocated ICN six months after the allotment.

(3) the use of an allocated ICN block by using at least an ICN contained in this block must not be longer than three months suspended.

(4) in the case of cross-network, closed user groups, the licence holder has to allow the use of ICN allocated to.

Section 4

Transitional and final provisions

Transitional provision

section 22. At the time of the entry of into force of this regulation, existing allocations of SKP remain upright.

In force

section 23. This Regulation shall enter into force June 30, 2012.

§ 24. With entry into force of this regulation, the Rundfunk und Telekom Regulierungs-GmbH, with a part of plan for communication parameter is set (special communications parameters Ordinance - SKP-V) is 2. Regulation of 27 October 2003, published by Edition of RTR GmbH, override.

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