J. S. Framestore CFC
B. M. London Internet Exchange
GSM training course contents
History of GSM, analogue networks, digital networks, PCS1900.
Telephony, digital encoding, data rates, Group 3 fax, SMS, Supplementary services.
Mobile station (ME, Mobile Equipment (ME), Subscriber Identity Module (SIM).
Base Station Subsystem
Base Transceiver Station (BTS), Base Station Controller (BSC).
Mobile Services Switching Centre (MSC), Home Location Register (HLR), Visitor Location Register (VLR), Equipment Identity Register (EIR), Visitor Location register (VLR), Authentication Centre (AuC)
Radio Link Aspects
Bands, FDMA, TDMA, Traffic channels, Control channels, Speech coding, Channel coding and modulation, Multipath equalisation, Frequency hopping.
SS7 overview, GSM SS7 nodes, Base Station Subsystem Application Part (BSSAP), Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP), Mobile Application Part (MAP).
Um, Abis and A interfaces.
Mobility and call processing in GSM
Attach & location update process, mobile originate, mobile termination, handovers.
Tele services, Bearer services, supplementary services, SMS, security.
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