— also known as the IPDB — is a comprehensive, searchable encyclopedia of virtually every pinball machine ever commercially made.
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The database also includes pitch & bat baseball games, cocktail table machines, bingos, and payout machines ... The data in this database has been laboriously gathered by the Editors over many years, from books, photographs, flyers, web sites, pinball manufacturers, collectors' personal records, and of course the pinball machines themselves.
Most of the actual photographs in the database came from various collectors – over 2,377 different contributors to date.
My understanding is that initially when the UE is switched on, a default bearer with QCI 9 (see old posts on Qo S/QCI here) is established that would be used for all the signalling.
Later on, another default bearer with QCI 5 is established with the IMS CN.