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1.1 GSM Frequency Band Allocation
1.2 Multiple Access Technology and Logical Channel
1.2.1 GSM Multiple Access Technology
1.2.2 TDMA Frame
1.2.3 Burst
1.2.4 Logical Channel
1.3 Data Transmission
1.3.1 Voice Coding
1.3.2 Channel Coding
1.3.3 Interleaving
1.3.4 Encryption
1.3.5 Modulation and Demodulation
1.4 Timing advance
1.5 System Information
1.6 Cell Selection and Re-Selection
1.6.1 Cell Selection
1.6.2 Cell Selection Process
1.6.3 Down Link Failure
1.6.4 Cell Re-Selection Process
1.7 Frequency Hopping
1.7.1 Types of Frequency Hopping
1.7.2 Frequency Hopping Algorithm
In 1.7.2:
1.7.3 Benefits of Frequency Hopping
1.8 Discontinuous Reception and Discontinuous Transmission
1.8.1 Discontinuous Reception and Paging Channel
1.8.2 DTX
1.9 Power Control
1.9.1 Power Control Overview
1.9.2 MS Power Control
1.9.3 BTS Power Control
1.10.1 Network Access License and Random Access Request
1.10.2 Initial Immediate Assignment
1.10.3 Initial Message
1.10.4 Immediate Assignment Failure
1.11 Authentication and Encryption
1.11.1 Authentication
1.11.2 Encryption
1.11.3 TMSI Reallocation
1.11.4 Exceptional Situations
1.12 Location Update
1.12.1 Generic Location Update (Inter-LA Location Update)
1.12.2 Periodic Location updating
1.12.3 IMSI Attach and Detach
1.12.4 Exceptional Situations
1.13 MS Originating Call Flow
1.13.1 Called Number Analysis
1.13.2 Voice Channel Assignment (Follow-up Assignment)
1.13.3 Call Connection
1.13.4 Call Release
1.13.5 Exceptional Situations
1.14 MS Originated Call Flow
1.14.1 Enquiry
1.14.2 Paging
1.14.3 Call Establishment for the Called Party
1.14.4 The Influence of Call Transfer to Routing
1.14.5 Exceptional Situations
1.15 HO
1.15.1 HO Preparation
1.15.2 HO Types
1.15.3 HO Process Analysis
1.15.4 Exceptional Situations
1.16 Call Re-Establishment
1.16.1 Introduction
1.16.2 Call Re-Establishment Procedure
1.16.3 Exceptional Situations
1.16.4 SM Procedure
1.16.5 Short Message Procedure on SDCCH When MS is calling
1.16.6 Short Message Procedure on SDCCH When MS is called
1.16.7 Short Message Procedure on SACCH When MS is calling
Figure 1.33 Short message procedure on SACCH when MS is calling
1.17.2 BSC-BTS Message Transmission Mode
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Chapter 2 of «GSM RNP&RNO»- GSM System Principles and call flow

Chapter 2 of «GSM RNP&RNO»- GSM System Principles and call flow

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