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Title      : GSM
Subject      : Electronics and Communication
copyright © 2018   : Shwetha M
Author      : Shwetha M
Publisher      : Sai Vidya Institute of Technology
Chapters/Pages      : 7/139
Total Price      : Rs.      : 65
 
 
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GSM Architecture and Interfaces Total views (1)  
The GSM system is a frequency- and time-division system. GSM system frequencies include two bands at 900 MHz and 1800 MHz commonly referred to as the GSM-900 and DCS-1800 systems.
Pages: 14
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Radio Link Features in GSM Systems Total views (1)  
Interference is the sum of all signal contributions that are neither noise nor the wanted signal. Interference is anything which modifies, or disrupts a signal as it travels along a channel between a source and a receiver.
Pages: 18
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GSM Logical Channels and Frame Structure Total views (1)  
GSM uses number of channels to carry data over Air Interface; these channels are broadly divided in to following two categories: Physical Channels, Logical Channels.
Pages: 17
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Speech Coding in GSM Total views (0)  
Speech coding is the process for reducing the bit rate of digital speech for transmission or storage, while maintaining a speech quality that is acceptable for the application.
Pages: 13
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Messages, Services and Call flows in GSM Total views (0)  
A telecommunication service supported by the GSM PLMN is defined as a group of communication capabilities that the service provider offers to the subscribers.
Pages: 37
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Privacy and Security in GSM Total views (0)  
Cellular fraud is extensive in analog cellular systems since the identity of the subscriber is sent to the network without encryption. The GSM system, on the other hand, has security controls that virtually eliminate cloning fraud.
Pages: 15
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Management of GSM Networks Total views (0)  
Traditional NM practices include a wide array of procedures, processes and tools for configuration, fault, performance, security, accounting, and other management functions.
Pages: 25
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