14.3.1999/JSa0.21Comments from MHa.17.3.1999/JSa0.22Corrections to P4. Appendix3 added.13.7.1999/JSa0.31Update to BR4.0. Corrections to preliminary exercises and laboratoryexercises.6.9.1999/JSa0.32Updated.28.9.2001/JVe0.50All preliminary and lab exercises completely changed.1.10.2001/JVe0.51RF network picture changed2.10.2001/JVe0.52Some specifications to preliminary exercises2.11.2001/JVe0.53Preliminary and laboratory exercises clarified.
Some prior knowledge of GSM is needed in order to pass the laboratory exercise successfully.The background material given in this paper does not cover GSM basics.You should be well prepared for this laboratory work. The preliminary exercises should bedone with care. Otherwise you will not be able to finish laboratory exercises in time.Please copy the file contained in the table when you receive material for the lab work.
DB Windows help file. Describes different parameters in detail.
The help file requires one 3½¨ floppy. Ask it from the assistant.The database (DB) help file will be especially useful when you are reading the text and duringthe laboratory exercise. It is installed in the laboratory’s PCs, as well as the pdf documentationof SBS.Background courses:S-72.610 Mobile Communications Systems and ServicesS-72.620Radio Network Planning MethodsLiterature:Mouly, M., Pautet, M., “
The GSM system for mobile communications”
, published by theauthors, 1992Redl, Siegmund M., Weber, Matthias K., Oliphant, Malcolm W., “
An introduction to GSM
”,Artech House, Boston 1995