GSM cellular radio telephony
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute has determined a cellular system using digital radio access technology for cellular networks. This new standard, called Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), has provided quality radio communication and increased the number of subscribers. In a structured, logical, and easy-to-read format, this book covers all aspects of the new standard, and how it affects cellular communication as it is practiced today.
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The GSM Standard
GSM Network Infrastructure
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allocated analogue application architecture Authentication Centre authorised Base Station Controller bearer services bit rate BSoMS BTS BTS CCITT CDMA cell cellular central base station Communication channel configuration connection cordless database datalink layer DECT defined Division Multiple Division Multiple Access enciphering encryption algorithm entities ETSI FDMA Figure fixed network frame function GSM network GSM standard handover handset Home Location Register identify IMSI interference ISDN kbit/s key Kp logical management centre microprocessor mobile radio mobile station mobile terminal Mobitex mode multiple access multiplexing network equipment network layer network operator operations centre packet burst parameters physical channel physical layer POINTEL protocol provides public key radio channel radio interface radio sub-system radio telephony radio transmission receiver slot speech standardised stored sub-module Subscriber Identity Module supplementary services synchronisation TDMA telecommunications teleservices traffic channel transfer transmitted transport zone