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Request for Assignment of National Signaling Point Codes (NSPC)
Folio: UCS-04-051

Article 123 and 124 of the Ley Federal de Telecomunicaciones y Radiodifusión, published in the Diario Oficial de la Federación on July 14, 2014

Numbers 4.1., 4.1.2., 4.1.5., 4.1.7., 6.1., 6.1.2., 6.1.3., 6.1.4., 6.1.5., 6.2.1., 6.2.2., 6.2.5. y 6.2.6. of the Plan Técnico Fundamental de Señalización, published on June 21, 1996.

Who?

Concessionaires of public telecommunications networks.


When or in what cases?

When Concessionaires of Public Telecommunications Networks desire to obtain National Signaling Point Codes (NSPC).

Free form document, accompanied by the Guide for Study and corresponding Addenda A and B, duly filled out, and the current and projected topology diagrams, submitted before the Filing Office of the Federal Telecommunications Institute.


Legal basis:

Number 6.1.2 of the Plan Técnico Fundamental de Señalización.

The Federal Telecommunications Institute will issue the Authorization or Partial Authorization of NSPC, or, when applicable, the Invalid Request for NSPC official document.


Legal basis:

Numbers 6.1.5 and 6.1.6 of the Fundamental Technical Signaling Plan.

Business or natural days, months:

60 calendar days.


Is constructive assent or denial applicable?:

Negative response


Legal basis:

Number 6.1.5. of the Plan Técnico Fundamental de Señalización.

1. Guide for the Signaling Point Code Assignment Study.

2. Addendum A and Addendum B of the Guide for the Signaling Point Code Assignment Study.

Numbers 6.1.2. of the Plan Técnico Fundamental de Señalización, published in the Diario Oficial de la Federación on June 21, 1996.


Format(s):

  Guía de Estudio para la Solicitud de Asignación de Códigos de Punto de Señalización (.doc)
  Anexo A y Anexo B de la Guía de Estudio para la Solicitud de Asignación de Códigos de Punto de Señalización (.xls)

Data:

 

1. Free form document requesting Signaling Point Code Assignment Study, including:

1.1 Destination administrative body, place and date of issuance.

1.2 Name or corporate name of the petitioners or, when applicable, of their legal representative;

1.3 Address for service.

1.4 Name and electronic mail of the person or Persons authorized as agents for service.

1.5 The facts and arguments motivating the request.

1.6 Requested NSPC type (128 codes block, 8 codes block or individual codes).

1.7 The requested quantity of NSPCs.

1.8. Signature of the interested party or its legal representative.

2. The Guide for the Signaling Point Code Assignment Study shall include the following information:

2.1 Request date in dd/mm/yyyy format.

2.2 Concessionaire’s general information

 Name or corporate name.

 Address (street, external number, apartment, neighborhood, zip code, City, Municipality, State).

 Legal Representative’s name.

 Telephone.

 Fax.

 Electronic mail:

2.3 Requested code 

 Code type: mark with an “X” the National (NSPC) option

 + For National Codes

Note: Requested structure (depends on your requirements and complexity of your network)

128 NSPC block in terms of Number 5.2.2.2 of the Fundamental Technical Signaling Plan.

8 NSPC block in terms of Number 5.2.2.3 of the Fundamental Technical Signaling Plan.

Individual NSPC block in terms of Number 5.2.2.3 and 6.2.5 of the Fundamental Technical Signaling Plan.

 + The “International Codes” item shall be left blank.

 

 Name, position and signature of the requester.

3. Addendum A of the Guide for the Signaling Point Code Assignment Study shall include the following information:

- Consecutive number identifying each signaling equipment for which an NSPC is requested.

- Town: Name of the town where the equipment requiring NSPC is located.

- Town Code: Code of the town where the signaling equipment is located, according to INEGI.

- Municipality: Name of the Municipality where the signaling equipment is located.

- Municipality Code: Code of the Municipality where the signaling equipment is located, according to INEGI.

- State: Name of the State where the signaling equipment is located. 

- State Code: Code of the State where the signaling equipment is located, according to INEGI.

- Longitude: Information on the location of the signaling equipment in degrees (degrees° minutes ‘ seconds “) referred to the West, with a precision of 3 decimal digits.

- Latitude: Information on the location of the signaling equipment in degrees (degrees° minutes ‘ seconds “) referred to the North, with a precision of 3 decimal digits

- Equipment’s Name: Name assigned by the concessionaire unambiguously identifying the signaling equipment.

- Equipment code: Numeric, alphabetic or alphanumeric code that allows unambiguous identification of each one of the signaling equipments in the concessionaire’s network.

- Equipment type: Indicate if it is a Signaling Transfer Point, Service Control Point, Signaling Point, etc.

- NSPC: In case of having assigned NSPCs, indicate the Signaling Point Code used in binary format (Binary Value) and decimal format (Decimal Value).

4. Addendum B of the Guide for the Signaling Point Code Assignment Study shall include the following information:

4.1 Consecutive number identifying each one of the links between signaling devices for which an NSPC is requested.

- Link: The information on the links that compose the concessionaire’s signaling network is:

- Capacity: Maximum transmission capacity. Units in this item will be freely selected by the concessionaire (kilobits per second -Kbps-, megabits per second -mbps- E1’s, etc.).

- Used Transmission Media: Indicate the transmission media used in the link (fiber optics, microwave, fiber-microwave, etc.).

4.2 Equipment Code: Unambiguous identification code of each one of the concessionaire’s signaling devices. Such code shall be the same as the one specified in Addendum A.

- “A” End. Equipment code of one end of the link.

- “B” End. Equipment code of the other end of the link.

*Note: It shall be considered that some of the equipments may be owned by a different concessionaire from the one delivering this Addendum, so the latter shall make sure to have the code or name of the corresponding equipment.

5. Current and projected signaling network topology diagrams, showing the devices that compose the signaling network and that have or will have NSPC.

 Additional NSPC request.

In case of requesting additional national signaling point codes, besides the information indicated in item 1, the requester shall justify its request indicating in Addendum A the devices currently composing its signaling network, with binary and decimal values of each one of the NSPCs associated to them, and the new devices that will be integrated to the signaling network, for which the NSPCs are requested.

Besides, Addendum A shall include currently installed links between its signaling devices, as well as those to be installed as a result of the new devices for which the NSPCs are requested.

Finally, current and projected network topology diagrams shall be attached, including the new devices to be installed and their corresponding links.


Legal basis:

Number 6.1.2 of the Plan Técnico Fundamental de Señalización.

Documents:

1. Guide for the Signaling Point Code Assignment Study.

2. Addendum A and Addendum B of the Guide for the Signaling Point Code Assignment Study, printed and by electronic media (DVD or CD).

3. Configuration diagrams with the current and projected topology of its signaling network.


Legal basis:

Number 6.1.2 of the Plan Técnico Fundamental de Señalización.

Business or natural days, months:

20 calendar days.


Legal basis:

Article 17-A, second paragraph, of the Ley Federal de Procedimiento Administrativo.

Not applicable.


Legal basis:

Not applicable.

Amount

Free of charge.


Legal basis:

Not applicable.

To the purpose of assigning block NCPSs, it shall be accredited that each one of the NSPCs will have an associated signaling device; otherwise, individual codes will be assigned.

The requester shall analyze the feasibility of not assigning NCPSs to signaling devices that will not be connected to a device in a different public telecommunications network.

The concessionaire shall use the NSPCs granted by the Federal Telecommunications Institute within one year following the corresponding assignment date. Otherwise, the Federal Telecommunications Institute may diminish the quantity of NSPCs corresponding to said assignment and even revoke it.


Legal basis:

Numbers 6.1.1., 6.1.2., 6.1.3., 6.1.4. and 6.2 of the Fundamental Technical Signaling Plan.

Filing Office of the Federal Telecommunications Institute.

Av. Insurgentes Sur 1143, Ground Floor, Col. Noche Buena, Delegación Benito Juárez, zip code 03720, Mexico City, Mexico.

Service hours: Monday thru Thursday, from 9:00 to 18:30 hours and Friday from 9:00 to 15:00 hours.

Telephone: (55) 5015 4000 or 01 800 200 0120

 

Underdirector of Dialing Codes

Javier García Romo

javier.garcia@ift.org.mx

Av. Insurgentes Sur 838, Sixth Floor, Col. Del Valle, Delegación Benito Juárez, zip code 03100, Mexico City, Mexico. Telephone: (55) 5015 4000 ext. 4375 or 01 (800) 20 0120

Underdirector of Numbering and Signaling to Traders

Jabier Hernández Gallardo

jabier.hernandez@ift.org.mx

Av. Insurgentes Sur 838, Sixth Floor, Col. Del Valle, Delegación Benito Juárez, zip code 03100, Mexico City, Mexico. Telephone: (55) 5015 4000 ext. 2803 or 01 (800) 20 0120

Director of Analysis of Telecommunications, Codes and Numbering

Rodolfo Galván Saracho

rodolfo.galvan@ift.org.mx

Av. Insurgentes Sur 838, Sixth Floor, Col. Del Valle, Delegación Benito Juárez, zip code 03100, Mexico City, Mexico. Telephone: (55) 5015 4000 ext. 4296 or 01 (800) 20 0120

In order to inform facts that may imply a presumption of responsibility for acts or omissions of the Institute´s public servants in the performance of their employment, position or commission, within the framework of the Ley General de Responsabilidades Administrativas, you can submit your complaint to the Internal Control Body of the Federal Telecommunications Institute, through the Deputy General Directorate of Complaints and Investigations in one of the following ways:

 

• By e-mail,

• By written document presented in the Filling Office of the Internal Control Body of the Federal Telecommunications Institute,

• Personally at the offices located at the following address:

 

Insurgentes Sur Avenue # 838, First Floor, Colonia del Valle, Zip Code 03100, Delegación Benito Juárez, in Mexico City, Mexico.

From Monday to Thursday from 9:00 to 18:30 hours and Friday from 9:00 to 15:00 hours.

 

• By the following email address: denuncias.oic@ift.org.mx

• By telephone, at the number: (55) 50152082, or

• Throught web site of the Federal Telecommunications Institute at the Formulario de presentación de denuncias contra las servidoras y los servidores públicos.

NSPCs will be assigned to concessionaires who need to interconnect with another concessionaire or need to connect the elements of their own network through common channel signaling.

Important:

- All data included in this Website is intended for information only and shall not be considered as binding for the Federal Telecommunications Institute.

 

- All information submitted to the Federal Telecommunications Institute shall be in Spanish language.

Not applicable.

Non-binding courtesy translation
Last modified date: Friday, August 03, 2018.
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