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ETSI numbering system for documents

Previous ETSI numbering system

What you need to know about the previous deliverable numbering.

Type

Sep

(1)
Deliverable n° Part n°

(if present)
Sub-

part n°

(if present)
Edition Edition

Phase code
Elec.

att.

(optional)
Sep

(1)
Corrigendum

amendment

(2) & (3)
Elec.

att.

(optional)
etr _ nnn 01 to 99 01 to 99 e xx p 0 _ c

or

a
x p, w 0
ets or i_ets _ 3nnnnn 01 to 99 01 to 99 e xx c, v, o, p, w

0 _ c

or

a
x c, v,

o, p,

w
0
gsm (*) _ nnnn[a] 01 to 99

N/A

v xxxxxx p 0
net _ nnn 01 to 99 01 to 99 e xx p 0 _ N/A N/A N/A 0
tbr _ nnn 01 to 99 01 to 99 e xx c, v, o, p, w 0 _ c

or

a
x c, v,

o, p,

w
0
tcrtr _ nnn 01 to 99 01 to 99 e xx p 0 _ N/A x p, w 0

Italicscorrespond to figures of the Deliverable number, part, sub-part and edition/version.

[ ] means optional

N/A Not applicable

(1) sep = separator (underscore "_")

(2) c = corrigendum, a = amendment. Note that the same structure can be repeated in cases of a corrigendum to an amendment

(3) same as for (2)

(*) for GSM TSs Ph.1, the number will be followed by either s = specification or d = DCS 1800 or e = extension