GPRS by Regis Bud J. J. BatesGPRS by Regis Bud J. J. Bates


byRegis Bud J. J. Bates

Paperback | November 12, 2001

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Implement General Packet Radio Service for fast, direct wireless Internet access Now you can get accurate, crystal clear information on lightning fast, always-on GPRS, the 2.5G technology that's setting the pace today inhandheld Internet access. You'll find it in GPRS: General Packet Radio Service, the first and only guide to answer such fundamental questions as "What is it?" "How does it work?" and "How much is it going to cost me?" The author, telecom expert and best-selling writer R.J. "Bud" Bates, reveals GPRS's features, functions, and architecture, information crucial whether you're providing or applying GPRS. His straightforward, abundantlyillustrated, step-by-step presentation of how GPRS works, how it connects the Internet, and how to implement it will help you put GPRS in place quickly and profitably as you explore: The complete layout of GPRS system architecture The function of GPRS elements Interfaces--radio and MS-PCUSN,MS-SGSN, PCUSN-SGSN, SGSN-GGSN, and GGSN-PDN More!
REGIS (BUD) BATES has more than 35 years of experience in telecommunications and management information systems (MIS). He oversees the operation of TC International Consulting, Inc., a full service management consulting organization. He has been involved in the design of major networks including LANs and WANs. His clients span the rang...
Title:GPRSFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.2 × 7.4 × 1.07 inPublished:November 12, 2001Publisher:McGraw-HillLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071381880

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to GSM

Chapter 2: GPRS Introduction

Chapter 3: System Architecture

Chapter 4: Function of GPRS Elements

Chapter 5: Main GPRS Procedures

Chapter 6: Radio and MS-PCUSN Interfaces

Chapter 7: X.25, Intranets, and Extranets

Chapter 8: Mobile Station to SGSN Interface

Chapter 9: PCUSN-SGSN Interface (Gb)

Chapter 10: SGSN-to-GGSN (Gn) and GGSN-to-PDN (Gi) Interface

Chapter 11: Future Enhancements and Services