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GSM 2.5G Migration:
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General Packet Radio Service GPRS
GSM 2.5G Migration:
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General Packet Radio Service GPRS

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GSM 2.5G Migration:
General Packet Radio Service GPRS
10-2001
5-1
GSM 2.5G Migration: GPRS v1.28 (c)2001 Scott Baxter
GSM 2.5G Migration:
General Packet Radio Service GPRS
Course 335
10-2001
5-2
GSM 2.5G Migration: GPRS v1.28 (c)2001 Scott Baxter
What\u2019s GPRS All About? How Does It Fit In?
sGSM: Global System for Mobile Communication
\u2022The world\u2019s most widely used wireless phone technology
\u2013 Over 500,000,000 users worldwide!
\u2013 TDMA-based radio interface, 200 kHz.-wide signals
\u2022But very limited data capability
\u2013 9,600 or 14,400 bps maximum in circuit-switched mode
sWCDMA / UMTS: The Long-Term 3G Data Solution

\u2022Uses spread-spectrum CDMA techniques, 4-MHz.-wide signals
\u2022Provides both voice and high speed packet data access
\u2022But not widely deployed and available until 2003 or later

sGPRS: General Packet Radio Service

\u2022A packet-switched IP-capable way of using GSM radio infrastructure
\u2022Defined in 1996, wide deployment beginning in 2001
\u2022Provides both interim pre-WCDMA and long-term packet access

10-2001
5-3
GSM 2.5G Migration: GPRS v1.28 (c)2001 Scott Baxter
Communications Technology Family History
A Story of Births, Weddings and Funerals

sCommercial telegraphy gave birth to telephony, then died
sTelephony and Land Mobile Radio married, giving IMTS & Cellular
sIP networks developed, their usage and bandwidth are increasing
sThe wedding of IP and Wireless is happening now in 3G!

1900s
2000s
1800s
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
10 20 30
50 60 70 80 90
Commercial Telegraphy
Commercial Switched Telephony
Wireless Voiceand IP Data
40 50
Digital Switching
IMTS-Cellular-GSM-GPRS-WCDMA
IP Networks
The Internet Voice over IP
Land Mobile Radio
HF, VHF, UHF, Trunked
Extinction!
Extinction?
Extinction?

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