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Gsm Seminar

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31.1.2000-1
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Lehrstuhl für Kommunikationsnetze
Technische Universität München
Prof. Dr.–Ing. J. EberspächerJ. Eberspächer; H.-J. Vögel
GSM – Global System for MobileCommunication.Switching, Services and Protocols.
Prof.
Dr.-Ing. J. Eberspächer, Hans–Jörg Vögel
Lehrstuhl für Kommunikationsnetze (Institute for Communication Networks)Technische
Universität München (Munich University
of T
echnology), Arcisstr. 21, 80290 München, Germany
http://lkn.ei.tum.de/ 
 
31.1.2000-1
1
Lehrstuhl
für Kommunikationsnetze
Technische Universität München
Prof. Dr.–Ing. J. EberspächerJ. Eberspächer; H.-J. Vögel
Contemporary
and future mobile communication systems
Packet
Radio
Satellite systemsInmarsatAnalog cellular systemsC-Netz, NMT
, AMPSPrivate Mobile
RadioAnalogcordless phoneCordless
public telephone
Paging systemsDigital cellular systemsGSMDigital cordless systemsCordless PBX, DECTPaging systemsERMES
Digital trunked radio
TETRA
Mobile data networks, mobile IP
, Wireless
LAN (HIPERLAN, 802.1
1)Satellite systemsLEO, MEO
Wireless Local Loop WLLRadio in the Local Loop R
TLLUMTS
IMT 2000Mobile A
TM
1st generation2nd generation3rd
generation
 
31.1.2000-2
2
Lehrstuhl
für Kommunikationsnetze
Technische Universität München
Prof. Dr.–Ing. J. EberspächerJ. Eberspächer; H.-J. Vögel
Milestones
in the evolution of GSM
Year Event
1982Groupe
Spécial Mobile established by the CEPT
.1987Essential elements of wireless transmission are specified, based on
prototype evaluation (1986).Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Association founded in Septem
-ber with 13 members from 12 countries.1989GSM becomes an ETSI Technical Committee (TC).1990
The Phase 1 GSM900 specifications (designed 1987 through 1990) are
frozen.
Adaption to DCS1800 commences.
1991First GSM networks launched.
The DCS1800 specifications are finalized.
1992Most European GSM networks turn commercial by offering voice com-munication services. Some 13 networks in 7 countries are “on air” by
the end of the year
.1993First roaming agreements in ef
fect By the end of 1993, 32 networks in18 countries are operational.

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