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Mobile & Wireless communication-1

AIMS
To provide the student with an opportunity to develop knowledge, skill and attitude in the area of mobile and personal communication system and services with special emphasis on:
 Enabling concept for mobile and personal communication.
 Cellular concept and digital cellular mobile systems.
 Low power wireless communication systems.
 Mobile data communications
 Features of third generation mobile communication system.
 Feature of global mobile satellite system.
 Universal personal telecommunication
 Number and identities for mobile
 Performance benchmarks for mobile
 Telecommunication traffic engineering
 Traffic analysis.
SHORT DESCRIPTION
Enabling concept of mobile and wireless communication; Cellular concept and its initial Implementations; Digital cellular mobile systems; Low power wireless communications Systems; Mobile data communication systems; Third generation(3G) mobile communication System; Global mobile satellite systems; Universal personal telecommunication;
Numbers and identities for mobile and personal communication services; performance Benchmarks for mobile; Telecommunication traffic engineering and Traffic analysis.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION

Theory:
1. Understand the concept of Cellular Mobile and personal communication.
1.1. Describe the basic concept of past, present and future mobile and personal communication.
1.2. Define the terms terminal mobility, personal mobility and service portability.
1.3. Describe the architecture and physical implementation of an IN(Intelligent Network )-structured network.
1.4. Define the terms PDC, GPRS and EDGE
1.5. Describe the frequency reuse concept in cellular mobile systems.
1.6. Describe the Typical Cellular system Architecture.
1.7. Describe the multiple access technologies for cellular systems.
1.8. Define Handoff and Power Control System.

2 Understand the Digital Cellular Mobile Systems.
2.1 Describe the GSM Standardization in the European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI).
2.2 Describe the GSM Reference Architecture and function partitioning (e.g. MS, BSS, MSC, HLR, VLR, AC and EIR).
2.3 Describe the Speech Encoding and Modulation in GSM.
2.4 Describe the Logical Channel.
2.5 Describe the Typical Call Flow Sequences in GSM (Location Updating, Mobile Call Origination and Termination in GSM).
2.6 Describe the Authentication and Encryption.
2.7 Describe the Customized Applications for Mobile network Enhanced logic (CAMEL) Architecture.
2.8 Describe the Link Structures in IS-95 (eg. Forward Link Structure and Reverse Link Structure)
2.9 Mention the advantages of digital cellular systems.

3 Understand the concept of low power wireless communications systems.
3.1 List the radio specifications for cordless telecommunications system.
3.2 Describe the main application environment and radio aspects for cordless telephone system.
3.3 Describe the signaling layers of cordless telephony system.
3.4 Describe the functional model and radio channel structure for digital enhanced cordless telecommunication (DECT).
3.5 Describe the layered architecture of DECT.
3.6 Describe the interworking architecture of DECT/GSM.
3.7 Describe the functional architecture and radio aspects for personal access communication systems (PACS).
3.8 Mention the general systems features in PACS.
3.9 Describe the features, radio aspects, network and protocol aspects for personal handyphone systems (PHS).

4 Understand the concept of mobile data communications.
4.1 List the applications and range of systems of mobile data communication.
4.2 Describe the features of specialized packet and mobile radio networks.
4.3 Describe the techniques for circuit switched data services on cellular (analog and digital) network.
4.4 Describe the technique for high speed circuit switched data services on cellular networks.
4.5 Describe the technique for packet data service in analog cellular networks.

5 Understand the concept of numbers and identities for mobile and personal communication
services (PCS).

5.1 List the numbering related activities in international view.
5.2 Mention the role of mobile / PCS station numbering and identities.
5.3 Mention the international recommendations on numbering and identities.
5.4 Describe the numbering plan for geographic areas.
5.5 Describe the identification plan for terminals and mobile users.
5.6 Describe the numbering plan for mobile networks.
5.7 Describe the application of IMSF(International Mobile Subscriber Identity ) and TMSI(Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity )
for location update in GMS.
5.8. Define LMSI(Local Mobile Subscriber Identity), CI(Cell Identifier), MSISDN(Mobile Subscriber ISDN),LAI(Local Area
Identity), IMEI(International Mobile Equipment Identity ).
5.9 Describe the numbering plan for UPT(Universal Personal Telecommunication).

6 Understand the concept of performance benchmarks for mobile and personal communication systems and networks.
6.1 Mention the key factors that influence the quality of services (QOS) in wireless network.
6.2 Describe the matrix model for performance categorization.
6.3 Describe the traffic performance for the quality of services in wireless network.
6.4 Describe the reliability / availability performance for the quality of services in wireless network.
6.5 Describe the transmission performance for the quality of services in wireless network.

8 Understand the concept of telecommunication traffic engineering.

7.1 Mention the service levels for telecommunication traffic.
7.2 Define the parameters of a traffic usage.
7.3 Describe different traffic measurements units with problem.
7.4 Describe different types of call and call capacity.
7.5 Mention the typical traffic distribution for mobile application.
7.6 List the categories of data collection.
7.7 Mention the considerations for office engineering of a wire line or wireless office.
7.8 Describe different types of blocking formulas with example.

8 Understand the concept of traffic analysis.
8.1 Describe the traffic characterization and measurements systems.
8.2 Describe the distribution loss system.
8.3 Define the terms network blocking probabilities and overflow traffic.
8.4 Describe the features of delay systems.

Practical:
1. Study the frequency re-use concept of cellular mobile system.
2. Study the architecture of a typical analog and digital cellular system.
3. Study the construction and operation of MS, BSS, MSC, HLR, VLR, AC and EIR.
4. Study the procedure of location updating and call setup.
5. Study the different hand off procedure in mobile communication.
6. Study the procedure of power control in mobile communication.
7. Study the operation of DECT.
8. Study the operation of PACS.
9. Study the operation of PHs.
10. Study the network architecture of IMT- 2000.
11. Study the operation of global mobile satellite system.
12. Study the operation of UPT.
13. Study the numbering plan for mobile network.
14. Measure the traffic performance parameters in wireless network.
15. Measure the transmission performance parameters in wireless network.
16. Visit Mobile station (BTS, BSC and MSC etc) and prepare a report.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1 Mobile and Personal Communication Systems and Services
– Raj Pandya
2 Principle & Applications of GSM
– Vijay K. Garg.
– Joseph E. Wilkes
3 CDMA Cellular Mobile Communication and Network Security
– Dr. Man Young Rhee
4. GSM System Introduction
– Ericson
5. GSM System Survey
– Ericson
6. Web address: www.wikipedia.com

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