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introductory articles on GSM Services, Protocols and related topics.
Papers and Reports on GSM and wireless technology.
|IEEE Comms Society
Of The GSM System and Protocol Architecture (PDF) Global system
for mobile telecommunication (GSM) comprises the CEPT-defined
standardization of the services, functional/subsystem interfaces,
and protocol architecture, based on the use of worldwide standards
produced by CCITT and CCIR, for a pan-European digital land mobile
system primarily intended intend-ed to serve users in motor
|Long Distance Post
of GSM and More This site gives a detailed background of the
creation and implementation of GSM services. it also discusses phone
operating on different services including dual-band, tri-band and
quad band phones. it discusses frequencies and what country uses
is GSM GSM has been the backbone of the phenomenal success in
mobile telecoms over the last decade. Now, at the dawn of the era of
true broadband services, GSM continues to evolve to meet new
demands. One of GSM's great strengths is its international roaming
capability, giving consumers a seamless service in about 160
countries. This has been a vital driver in growth, with around 300
million GSM subscribers currently in Europe and Asia. In the
Americas, today's 7 million subscribers are set to grow rapidly,
with market potential of 500 million in population, due to the
introduction of GSM 800, which allows operators using the 800 MHz
band to have access to GSM technology too.
GSM Site Nokia
Solutions for GSM
Telecommunications GSM, EDGE, GPRS and CDMA information.
|Lloyd Wood, University of Surrey
overview An overview of the GSM mobile-telephone system
increasingly used everywhere outside the United States; its
architecture, interfaces, protocols, the logical and physical
channels it uses, and very briefly, the TDMA structure.
Architecture, Interfaces, Protocols, Channels, TDMA
University of Stuttgart
Of GPRS On The Signalling Of A GSM-Based Network (PDF)
Overview on GSM and GPRS
Signalling And Signalling Scenarios
Simulation And Results
|John Scourias, University of Waterloo
of the Global System for Mobile Communications History of GSM,
Services provided by GSM, Architecture of the GSM network, Mobile
Station, Radio link aspects, Network aspects, ...