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GSM Architecture

GSM Architecture

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This material gives a brief explanation about GSM architecture
This material gives a brief explanation about GSM architecture

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Published by: pradeep66 on Jun 03, 2009
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Outline of this chapter1. GSM1.1. Introduction1.2. Architecture1.3. Physical Layer1.4. Data Link Layer1.5. Network Layer1.6. Recent Developments2. DECT3. TETRA4. UMTS
OUTLINE
 
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1.1. Introduction
Radio Telephone Service
popular since mid 1970’sone antenna (base station)coverage 20 km radiusnumber of users 4000interconnection to PSTN via Mobile Switching Center (MSC)MSC is similar to LEX in fixed PSTN network
base station
MSC
PSTN
no handover between “cells”no roaming between mobile networks
 
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Analog Cellular Networks:
MOB-1 and MOB-2
MOB-1 :-uplink : 150.4 -151.4 MHz-downlink : 155 -156 MHz-duplex distance : 4.6 MHz-number of duplex channels : 40-channel bandwidth : 25 kHzMOB-2 (NMT-450)-uplink : 451.3-455.74 MHz-downlink : 461.3 -465.74 MHz-duplex distance : 10 MHz-number of duplex channels : 222-channel bandwidth : 20 kHzFDMA/FDDsystemsBelgacom networks
1.1. Introduction

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