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  • Basic GSM Training Material Introduction of GSM; GSM Network Architecture; Access Mode of GSM; Logical Channels in GSM; GSM Cell Structure; GSM Bands; Coding's in GSM; Call Originating.

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  • Compared to today’s reality, the mobile and wireless communications evolution perspective of the world, at the start of 1985, looks retrospectively rather conservative. While the promise of an accelerated development of mobile communications was sensed as a likely possibility, due notably to the anticipated success of GSM, the most optimistic scenarios for market deployment called for a few million subscribers at the turn of the century.

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  • The Invention of the Phase 21 Concept In 1992 SMG had to stop adding new items to the phase 2 work programme. It was nevertheless clear that there would be something after phase 2. Some proposed to call it ‘‘phase 3’’. This would of course have later caused some confusion with third generation. But the actual reason why SMG rejected this expression is that it would have suggested a phase 2/phase 3 transition similar to the phase 1/phase 2 transition, while it was thought that, for this further evolution, one should aim at a full cross phase compatibility....

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  • GSM is a Second Generation (2G) digital radio cellular network Time Division Multiplexing / Multiple access TDM/TDMA) are employed .Capacity necessary to transmit appropriate data signals between two access points creating an interface to the network

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  • This book is concerned with two digital mobile radio systems: the global system for mobile communications (GSM); and a code division multiple access (CDMA) system that was originally known as the American interim standard 95, or IS-95 and is now called cdmaOne [1–7]. While GSM was conceived and developed through the concerted efforts of regulators, operators and equipment manufacturers in Europe, cdmaOne owes its existence to one dynamic Californian company, Qualcomm Inc.

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  • General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) Packet data transmission has already been standardized in GSM phase 2, offering access to the Packet Switched Public Data Network (PSPDN); see Sections 9.5.3 and 9.6.2. However, on the air interface such access occupies a complete circuit switched traf®c channel for the entire call period. In case of bursty traf®c (e.g. Internet traf®c), such access leads to a highly inef®cient resource utilization. It is obvious that in this case, packet switched bearer services result in a much better utilization of the traf®c channels.

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  • Having dealt with in-depth analysis of SS#7, GSM and GPRS networks I started to monitor UTRAN interfaces approximately four years ago. Monitoring interfaces means decoding the data captured on the links and analysing how the different data segments and messages are related to each other. In general I wanted to trace all messages belonging to a single call to prove if the network elements and protocol entities involved worked fine or if there had been failures or if any kind of suspicious events had influenced the normal call proceeding or the call’s quality of service.

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  • Globalisation GSM is now in more countries than McDonalds. Mike Short, Chairman MoU Association 1995±1996 GSM was initially designed as a pan-European mobile communication network, but shortly after the successful start of the ®rst commercial networks in Europe, GSM systems were also deployed on other continents (e.g. in Australia, Hong Kong, and New Zealand). In the meantime, 373 networks in 142 countries are in operation (see Section 1.3).

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  • The implementation of wireless connectivity is predicated upon the definition of so-called wireless standards, of which GSM, DECT, CDPD, GPRS, and CDMA are examples [7, 8]. Each of these standards embodies the precise set of parameters that dictate the architecture and software design of wireless systems operating under the standard to effect intelligible communicationwith other systems also operating within the standard.

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  • If your GSM phone doesn’t have a SIM card installed, you can’t connect to mobile networks for voice and data services, but you can connect to a Wi-Fi network to sign into your Google Account and to use all the features of your phone, except placing a cell phone call. (CDMA phones don’t rely on a SIM card to connect to mobile networks.) If you start a GSM Android phone the first time without a SIM card, you’re asked if you want to touch Connect to Wi-Fi to connect to a Wi-Fi network (instead of to a mobile network) to set up your phone. To learn more,...

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  • Chồng giao thức báo hiệu UMTS được chia thành Access Stratum AS và Non-Access Stratum NAS. Cấu trúc NAS được phát triển từ các lớp cao ở GSM và bao gồm: Connection Management : bao gồm CS services: Call Control (call setup/ release), supplementary services(call forwarding, 3-way calling), và short message service (SMS). - PS services: Session Management (PS

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  • UPT—Universal Personal Telecommunication∗ People are becoming more mobile. At the same time they have a greater need to be reachable and to be able to reach others. A variety of different systems that address all the different categories of mobility already exist: • Employees can be reached through a DECT terminal anywhere in their company. • Tradesmen can be called over a Digital Communication System (DCS) within a city. • Business people can be reached over the same telephone number via GSM anywhere in Europe, wherever they are located. ...

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  • Mobility Management and Call Processing This section provides an introductory overview of mobility management (i.e., allowing a subscriber to roam) and call processing (the setting up and clearing down of calls) in GSM networks. Mobility management entails keeping track of the MS while it is on the move. The mobility management procedures vary across three distinct scenarios, namely

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  • Mobility is the key to the success of wireless networks. Roaming has extended the definition of mobility beyond the technology, network, and country boundaries. Is not it fascinating to make or receive calls anywhere in the world using the same phone and identity? International roaming is already proven to be one of the most popular features of today’s wireless network. With the advent and widespread deployment of GSM technology, the mobile users have flexibility to use services in more than 500 networks. Inter-standard roaming has also made significant progress in recent years.

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