Wireless and Mobile Network Architectures / Edition 1

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Overview

A comprehensive guide to building wireless and mobile networks and services. Based on advanced wireless and mobile network architectures, Personal Communication Services (PCS) offers the enterprise freedom of communication through mobility. This book gives network engineers and managers a window on the world of wireless and mobile networks, from the enabling technologies and protocols to creating and managing mobile services. Lin and Chlamtac use a unique sustained example approach to teach you how PCS concepts apply to real network operation. For example, they use location update to illustrate concepts in chapters on network signaling,
- Mobility management for different systems
- Wireless Application Protocol Network signaling for IS-41-based systems, PACS, and GSM
- Roaming procedures and international roaming
- Operational management
- VoIP service for mobile networks
- Mobile number portability
- GPRS
- Third generation (3G) mobile systems
- Wireless enterprise networks
- Wireless Local Loop
- And much more

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This guide for creating a mobile services network will be useful to radio and software experts as well as undergraduate seniors and graduate students. Lin (computer science and information engineering, National Chiao Tung U.,Taiwan) and Chlamtac (telecommunications, U. of Texas) describe various PCS systems, mobility and handoff management, network signaling, intersystem handoff and authentication, ACS network signaling, GSM systems, networks and mobility management, mobile number portability, and VoIP Service for mobile networks. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471394921
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/24/2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 560
  • Product dimensions: 9.25 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 1.14 (d)

Meet the Author

Yi-Bing Lin, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (CSIE) at the National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) in Taiwan. Previously the Chair of CSIE/NCTU and a research scientist at Bell Communications Research, Lin has published over 130 journal papers and 100 conference papers, and holds two important mobility patents. Lin has served on the editorial boards of the journals Wireless Networks, IEEE Networks, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, and ACM Mobile Computing and Communications, as Editor-in-Chief of Wireless Networks, Mobile Networks, and Optical Networks magazines.

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Table of Contents

Preface xvii

Acknowledgements xxiii

1 Introduction 1

1.1 PCS Architecture 3

1.2 Cellular Telephony 6

1.3 Cordless Telephony and Low-Tier PCS 9

1.4 Third-Generation Wireless Systems 12

1.5 Summary 13

1.6 Review Questions 14

2 Mobility Management 15

2.1 Handoff 17

2.2 Roaming Management 21

2.3 Roaming Management under SS7 23

2.4 Roaming Management for CT2 29

2.5 Summary 33

2.6 Review Questions 33

3. Handoff Management: Detection and Assignment 37

3.1 Handoff Detection 38

3.2 Strategies for Handoff Detection 43

3.3 Channel Assignment 47

3.4 Summary 54

3.5 Review Questions 54

4 Handoff Management: Radio Link Transfer 57

4.1 Link Transfer Types 58

4.2 Hard Handoff 59

4.3 Soft Handoff 67

4.4 Summary 71

4.5 Review Questions 71

5 IS-41 Network Signaling 73

5.1 Signaling system No. 7 74

5.2 Interconnection and Message Routing 76

5.3 Mobility Management Using TCAP 78

5.4 PCN/PSTN Call Control Using ISUP 82

5.5 Summary 88

5.6 Review Questions 89

6. Intersystem Handoff and Authentication in IS-41 91

6.1 IS-41 Intersystem Handoff 91

6.2 IS-41 Authentication 101

6.3 Summary 113

6.4 Review Questions 113

7 PACS Network Signaling 115

7.1 PACS Network Elements 118

7.2 PACS Network Interfaces 121

7.3 AIN/ISDN Interworking 123

7.4 Registration 126

7.5 Call Origination 127

7.6 Call Termination 129

7.7 Intersystem Handoff 131

7.8 Feature Interactions 135

7.9 Summary 136

7.10 Review Questions 137

8. Cellular Digital Packet Data 139

8.1 CDPD Architecture 140

8.2 CDPD Air Interface 142

8.3 Radio Resource Allocation 144

8.4 Roaming Management 146

8.5 Summary 148

8.6 Review Questions 149

9. GSM System Overview 151

9.1 GSM Architecture 152

9.2 Location Tracking and Call Setup 161

9.3 Security 164

9.4 Data Services 165

9.5 Unstructured Supplementary Service Data 169

9.6 Summary 171

9.7 Review Questions 171

10. GSM Network Signaling 173

10.1 GSM MAP Service Framework 176

10.2 The MAP Protocol Machine 179

10.3 The MAP Dialogue 180

10.4 Examples of MAP Service Primitives 183

10.5 Summary 188

10.6 Review Questions 189

11. GSM Mobility Management 191

11.1 GSM Location Update 193

11.2 Mobility Databases 200

11.3 Failure Restoration 201

11.4 VLR Identification Algorithm 205

11.5 VLR Overflow Control 209

11.6 Summary 215

11.7 Review Questions 215

12. GSM Short Message Service 219

12.1 SMS Architecture 220

12.2 SMS Protocol Hierarchy 222

12.3 Mobile-Originated Messaging 226

12.4 Mobile-Terminated Messaging 231

12.5 The DTE-DCD Interface 234

12.6 Summary 236

13. International Roaming for GSM 239

13.1 International GSM Call Setup 240

13.2 Reducing the International Call Delivery Cost 242

13.3 Summary 249

13.4 Review Questions 249

14. GSM Operations, Administration, and Maintenance 251

14.1 Call-Recording Functions 255

14.2 Performance Measurement and Management 258

14.3 Subscriber and Service Data Management 261

14.4 Summary 262

14.5 Review Questions 263

15. Mobile Number Portability 265

15.1 Fixed-Network Number Portability 267

15.2 Number Portability for Mobile Networks 274

15.3 Mobile Number Portability Mechanisms 275

15.4 Implementations Costs for Mobile Number Portability 282

15.5 Summary 284

15.6 Review Questions 285

16. VoIP Service for Mobile Networks 287

16.1 GSM on the Net 288

16.2 The iGSM Wireless VoIP Solution 290

16.3 iGSM Procedures and Message Flows 293

16.4 Implementation Issues 300

16.5 Summary 305

16.6 Review Questions 307

17. Mobile Prepaid Phone Services 309

17.1 Mobile Prepaid Services 311

17.2 Wireless Intelligent Network Approach 312

17.3 Service Node Approach 316

17.4 Hot Billing Approach 318

17.5 Handset-Based Approach 322

17.6 Comparison of the Prepaid Solutions 326

17.7 Summary 330

17.8 Review Questions 331

18. General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)

18.1 GPRS Functional Groups 336

18.2 GPRS Architecture 338

18.3 GPRS Network Nodes 342

18.4 GPRS Interfaces 348

18.5 GPRS Procedures 362

18.6 GPRS Billing 370

18.7 Evolving from GSM to GPRS 373

18.8 Summary 375

18.9 Review Questions 376

19. Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 379

19.1 WAP Model 380

19.2 WAP Gateway 382

19.3 WAP Protocols 383

19.4 WAP UAProf and Caching 387

19.5 Wireless Bearers for WAP 389

19.6 WAP Developer Toolkits 391

19.7 Mobile Station Application Execution Environment 393

19.8 Summary 394

19.9 Review Questions 394

20. Heterogeneous PCS 397

20.1 Types of PCS System Integration 398

20.2 Tier Handoff 400

20.3 Registration for SRSN/DRSN 401

20.4 DRDN Registration 402

20.5 Call Delivery 406

20.6 User Identities and HPCS MSs 408

20.7 Summary 410

20.8 Review Questions 412

21. Third-Generation Mobile Services 413

21.1 Paradigm Shifts in Third-Generation Systems 414

21.2 W-CDMA and cdma2000 416

21.3 Improvements on Core Network 418

21.4 Quality of Service in 3G 422

21.5 Wireless Operating System for 3G Handset 424

21.6 Third-Generation Systems and Field Trials 427

21.7 Other Trial Systems 433

21.8 Impact on Manufacture and Operator Technologies 436

21.9 Summary 439

21.10 Review Questions 439

22. Paging Systems 441

22.1 Paging Network Architecture 442

22.2 User Access Interface 446

22.3 Intersystem Interface 450

22.4 Air Interface 450

22.5 Summary 454

22.6 Review Questions 455

23. Wireless Local Loop 457

23.1 Wireless Local Loop Architecture 458

23.2 Deployment Issues 462

23.3 TR-45 Service Description 463

23.4 Wireless Local Loop Technologies 464

23.5 Examples of WLL Product 467

23.6 WLL OAM Management Functions 474

23.7 Summary 478

23.8 Review Questions 479

24. Wireless Enterprise Networks 481

24.1 Enterprise Telephony 481

24.2 Enterprise Location System 485

24.3 Bluetooth 488

24.4 Enterprise PCS: Office Level 491

24.5 Enterprise PCS: Enterprise Level 495

24.6 Summary 497

24.7 Review Questions 498

References 501

Index 519

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