New Identifier: EUIMID
SF_EUIMID – 56 bits identifier based on the MEID format
When the SF_EUIMID is used, bit 2 of the Usage Indicator describes whether the SF_EUIMID of the card replaces the MEID of the device wherever it is used
It is recommended that RUIMs be provisioned to provide not only a pUIMID but also the SF_EUIMID to override the phone’s MEID. This will, however, not allow EIR (Equipment Identity Register) capabilities
LF_EUIMID – 72 bits identifier based on the ICCID format
The ICCID already exists on all RUIMs for all technologies
pUIMID – A 32 bits identifier derived from EUIMID (either Short or Long Form), used in place of the UIMID
pUIMID consists of an 8 bit reserved manufacturer’s code (Hex 80) and a 24 bit hashed EUIMID
Provide 16,777,216 pUIMID from this method
The pUIMID is derived from the EUIMID in the same manner as the pESN is derived from the MEID (therefore shares the same space as the pESN)
Authentication is performed on the basis of the pUIMID.
The SF_EUIMID, if included, will not be used for authentication calculations.
A-KEY checksum calculations should use the pUIMID as an input for verification.