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GSM COURSE WORK * :
This course deals with GSM which is an open, digital cellular technology used for transmitting mobile voice and data services. After the completion of this course students will have knowledge on Introduction to GSM, Key characteristics of a GSM network, GSM Network Architecture, Network components, MS, BSS (BTS/BSC), Cell site configuration, MSC/VLR and HLR, SM-SC, GSM Radio/Physical Layer, Concept of radio channels, Time Slots, frames, and multiple Access, System acquisition, Access and idle mode procedures, Traffic channel operations, GSM Signaling, GSM SS7 nodes, BSSAP (DTAP/BSSMAP), SCCP, TCAP and MAP, ISUP, GSM Network Mobility and Call Processing, Attach and location update process, Mobile calls, HO, Security in GSM, GSM Services, Teleservices, Bearer services, SS, SMS, CAMEL and location services, Evolution of GSM, EGPRS and UMTS, GPRS/EDGE and UMTS.
GPRS & EDGE COURSE WORK* :
This course deals with GPRS and EDGE. After the completion of this course students will have knowledge of Introduction to GPRS and EDGE, Efficient use of radio resources, Evolution from existing networks, Supported data rates, 3G technology, Network Architecture, Different classes of GPRS handsets, GGSN and SGSN, Protocol reference models, GPRS and EDGE Radio Network, Physical layer operations, Error protection techniques, GMSK and 8PSK modulation, MCS and CS classes, Physical and logical channels, Managing Radio Resources, MAC, RLC, Gb Interface, BSSGP virtual circuits, Frame relay, GPRS PN, GPRS Attach, PDP context activation, Interface from SGSN to GGSN, GPRS Services, APN, GPRS Mobility and Roaming, Cell & RA update, GPRS, GRX, Evolution and Migration to UMTS (WCDMA).
GSM, GPRS AND EDGE PROTOCOLS COURSE WORK* :
This course deals with GSM, GPRS & EDGE protocols & operations. After the completion of this course students will have knowledge of GSM and EGPRS Architecture, Interface & node functions in the CS, GPRS and EDGE architecture, Interface & node functions in the PS, MS & SIM, GSM protocols, Services in GSM bearer and tele-services, SMS and SS, L1 operations, GSM Call Setup & Mobility, MS Idle, Location update, Call setup MO and MT, Roaming, HO, Types, Stages, MS measurements, MAHO, Security in GSM, EGPRS Protocols & Operations, EGPRS nodes, interfaces & identities, QoS-EGPRS, MS types in EGPRS, EGPRS air interface, EGPRS protocol stack, PHY, RLC/MAC, LLC & SNDCP, Cell reselection, GPRS attach, PDP context activation, APN, EGPRS Packet Retransmissions, Multiplexing in EGPRS, TBF, MS states, MO packet transfer & signaling, DL packet transfer signaling, MAC allocation schemes, fixed & dynamic, RLC and retransmissions in EGPRS and IR in EDGE.
Note : * Courses can be taken directly depending upon the Background Experience. Otherwise student has to go through some prerequisites to understand the higher layer course work.