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by Peter Stuckmann

  • ISBN: 0470848553
  • Category: Technology
  • Author: Peter Stuckmann
  • Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (November 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 252 pages
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In the context of the evolution towards 3rd Generation (3G) mobile radio networks, packet switched data services like .

In the context of the evolution towards 3rd Generation (3G) mobile radio networks, packet switched data services like the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and the Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS) are currently being introduced into GSM and TDMA/136 systems world-wide. For network operators.

In the context of the evolution towards 3rd Generation (3G) mobile radio networks, packet switched data services . Peter Stuckmann is the author of The GSM Evolution: Mobile Packet Data Services, published by Wiley. For network operators, equipment vendors and system integrators dimensioning rules have to be developed to plan and estimate the needed radio capacity that is needed for the predicted amount of user data.

Автор: Peter Stuckmann Название: The GSM Evolution: Mobile Packet Data Services Издательство: Wiley .

The GSM Evolution comprehensively provides the basics of GPRS and EGPRS comprising the radio interface and the system and protocol architecture will be described in detail.

Packet Data Support in GSM Networks. oceedings{Stuckmann2002TheGE, title {The GSM Evolution: Mobile Packet Data Services}, author {Peter Stuckmann}, year {2002} }. Peter Stuckmann. Data Transmission in GPRS Networks. EDGE and Evolution to GERAN. Evolving Applications and Traffic Models for GPRS and 3G. The (E)GPRS Simulator GPRSim. Traffic Performance of GPRS and EGPRS. Packet Data Support in GSM Networks.

Channel-Adaptive Technologies and Cross-Layer Designs for Wireless Systems.

The standards GPRS and EDGE significantly enhance the GSM standard for mobile communications by supporting packet–oriented data services with higher .

The standards GPRS and EDGE significantly enhance the GSM standard for mobile communications by supporting packet–oriented data services with higher bit rates than currently possible. While GPRS will provide data services prior to UMTS deployment, both GPRS and EDGE have the potential to complement 3G networks.

The GSM Evolution - Mobile Packet Data Services (ISBN 0-470-84855-3) ¾ Peter Stuckmann. EPFL – cours Mobile network. 43. EDGE – evolution of GSM air interface 8PSK modulation to replace GMSK. GPRS Signalling & Protocol Analysis – Vol. 1. ¾ Gunnar Heine. 0,1,0) (0,1,1) (1,1,1).

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General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a packet oriented mobile data standard on the 2G and 3G cellular communication network's global system for mobile communications (GSM). GPRS was established by European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) in response to the earlier CDPD and i-mode packet-switched cellular technologies. It is now maintained by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).

In the context of the evolution towards 3rd Generation (3G) mobileradio networks, packet switched data services like the GeneralPacket Radio Service (GPRS) and the Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS) arecurrently being introduced into GSM and TDMA/136 systemsworld-wide. For network operators, equipment vendors and systemintegrators dimensioning rules have to be developed to plan andestimate the needed radio capacity that is needed for the predictedamount of user data. The GSM Evolution comprehensively provides thebasics of GPRS and EGPRS comprising the radio interface and thesystem and protocol architecture will be described in detail.Besides the introduction of WCDMA and UMTS as 3rd Generation MobileRadio Networks, the further developed GSM networks, including GPRSand EDGE capabilities will be able to provide 3G services as well.Such enhanced GSM networks will be introduced in the next few yearsworld-wide and will stay operational beyond 2010.* Presents the basics of GPRS and EGPRS - the radio interface andsystem and protocol architecture* Provides an in-depth description of GPRS, EDGE and GERANnetworks* Describes the evolution of GSM/GPRS networks towards GSM/EDGERadio Access Networks (GERAN) and the GERAN standard* Highlights the modulation and coding techniques for EDGE andnetwork architecture for GERAN* Discusses the traffic performance of GSM/GPRS and GERAN and thesuitability of the performance results for radio networkdimensioningIdeal for all practitioners in the area of mobile radio andnetworking, network operators, planners, system integrators,vendors and application developers, researchers in the area ofmobile radio and networking and also electrical engineering andcomputer science students, content providers, technical managers,regulators and sales personnel.

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