Principles and Applications of GSM
GSM and its derivatives have become the world's #1 wireless technology, enabling users to roam across most of Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, East Asia, and even much of the U.S. - all with one number and one bill. Principles & Applications of GSM is the first complete technical guide to this remarkable technology. Vijay K. Garg and Joseph E. Wilkes begin by introducing basic principles that apply to any wireless technology. Next, they present GSM in depth, covering everything you need to know to design and implement a GSM system.
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algorithm antenna Application band bandwidth bit rate block carrier CCITT CDMA cell radius cell site cellular system chapter Circuit Communications Control Channel convolutional code coverage data rate DECT delay spread Digital Cellular downlink encoded encryption environment Erlangs error ETSI fading FDMA Figure filter frequency functions GMSK GSM Phase GSM PLMN GSM Specification Series GSM system half-rate handover handset hopping IMSI ISDN kbps layer logical channel maximum mobile modulation operation Packet parameters path loss PLMN protocol PSTN QPSK radio channel radio link receiver request reuse factor S/I ratio SCCP sends sequence signal slots spectral efficiency speech codec standard subscriber Supplementary Service switch Table TDMA TDMA frame technologies Telecommunications terminal tion TMSI traffic transmission transmitted uplink voice VSELP wireless wireline
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