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By Nishith Tripathi, Jeffrey H. Reed

Even as more recent mobile applied sciences and criteria emerge, a number of the basic rules and the elements of the mobile community stay an analogous. offering an easy but accomplished view of mobile communications applied sciences, mobile Communications offers an end-to-end viewpoint of mobile operations, starting from actual layer information to name set-up and from the radio community to the middle community. This self-contained resource for
practitioners and scholars represents a finished survey of the basics of mobile communications and the panorama of commercially deployed 2G and 3G applied sciences and gives a glimpse of rising 4G technologies.

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Networks of 3 The gateways depend upon specific technologies. Examples of gateways include packet data serving node, Foreign Agent, Home Agent, serving GPRS support node in which GPRS represents General Packet Radio Service, and gateway GPRS support node. 12 INTRODUCTION TO CELLULAR COMMUNICATIONS ( ^ r L PSTN ^ Landline Phone / / ^ k / \ ^^^ I )CellB( I ! com). A cellular service provider's system also includes a services network that interfaces with the core networks to provide special services such as prepaid calling, ring-tone downloads, and voice and/or text messaging.

8, the signal energy or power is dissipated in all directions and very little energy reaches the MS. Another way to transmit a signal from the BS is to use directional antennas instead of omnidirectional antennas. 9 shows an example of 120° sectorization where each hexagon now represents a sector. i, and 71. Similarly, Cell 2 consists of three sectors, <22, $2, and 72. When 60° sectorization is used, one cell comprises six sectors, with each sector covering a 60° region. One cell that contains one or more sectors is usually controlled by one physical BS.

Com). A cellular service provider's system also includes a services network that interfaces with the core networks to provide special services such as prepaid calling, ring-tone downloads, and voice and/or text messaging. 4, the only link that would always be wireless is the communication link between the BS and the mobile device. All other links, such as those between the BSC and the core network, are wired. , and wireless links are prevalent in Europe. The 4G system eliminates the BSC or RNC from the RAN and replaces two distinct core networks with a single, unified packet-switched core network.

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