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Can someone explain how to decode TD.35 data format or someone tell where can i find the specification of the TD.35 data format?

The following is the sample data,

30272017111544749011353876999672      0021    353876999672   0000801208061845300000000000000000000000000000
30272017111544749011353876999673      0021    353876999673   0000801208061754310000000000000000000000000000

asked 20 Apr '13, 00:03

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edited 20 Apr '13, 00:06


As far as I can tell (with a few minutes of searching), the TD.35 / NRTRDE specifications aren't available to the public, at least not without asking someone for them. You could try the GSMA (gsma.com) or Syniverse (syniverse.com), who apparently created TD.35. It's probably available as a download to GSMA members, but unless your employer is already a member that's not very helpful. (They only have corporate memberships, and they're pricy.)

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answered 20 Apr '13, 20:38

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Can someone explain how to decode TD.35 data format

AFIAK wireshark is unable to dissect TD.35.

or someone tell where can i find the specification of the TD.35 data format?

I'm sure you will find it via google: TD.35 specs

Regards
Kurt

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answered 20 Apr '13, 05:44

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edited 24 Apr '13, 05:51

@Kurt: Thank you. I did it before posting this question itself. I feel it is not good to post any question in forums without proper search. May be I'm bad in search!

(20 Apr '13, 19:03) Manoj G

As @mwojcik said: The specs are probably not available publicly :-(

(21 Apr '13, 07:47) Kurt Knochner ♦

@Manoj G: What's wrong with my answer?

(24 Apr '13, 04:10) Kurt Knochner ♦
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