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1) Expand the followings?


i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) xii) xiii) xiv) xv) xvi) xvii) xviii) xix) xx) xxi) xxii) xxiii) xxiv) MSRN GMSC HLR AUC TRAU GIWU TRU TCH FCCH BCCH BTS MSC GIWF VLR MSISDN TMSI IMSI OMC PLMN FDD TDD SACFA MS SIM

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xxv) GSM

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2) State True or False?

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I. The Voice coding rate of TCH/F is 13.6 Kbps. T II. GSM service area is the total area served by the combination of all member countries where a mobile can be serviced. T III. Frequency Re-use in cellular system increases the trunking-gain. T IV. Each MSC has 2 HLRs. F V. A Cell can be divided into many location area. F VI. The RF Channel Spacing in GSM is 300 KHz. F VII. The mobile subscriber personal identification number stored in SIM. T VIII. VLR is a permanent data base . F IX. Each Frequency is divided in to 8 half rate time slot. F X. Sectorisation of cells reduces co-channel interference. T XI. Frequency division duplexing dose not allow continuous transmission. F XII. One operator network area is restricted to one Cell area only. F XIII. In GSM 935-960 MHz is used for Uplink. F XIV. The BTS Provides radio-link to Mobile Subscriber . T XV. The HLR is a data base for storing and managing subscription. T XVI. GSM utilizes Code division Multiplexing. F XVII. The AUC provides encryption parameter to ensures the confidentiality of each call. T XVIII. In GSM terminology UP-Link is the signal transmitted from BTS to MS. F XIX. In GSM frequency Hopping methods improve the C/I. T XX. In a cluster of cells the available frequencies are used once and only once. T