Deploying wireless networks by Wilton A., Charity T.

By Wilton A., Charity T.

Instant operators will locate this useful, hands-on advisor to community deployment useful. according to their very own broad event, the authors describe an end-to-end community making plans procedure to bring the assured caliber of carrier (QoS) that permits modern instant IP prone comparable to VoIP, WWW and streaming video. With a spotlight on useful layout, entire examples are supplied for • GSM/GPRS/EDGE • UMTS/HSDPA • OFDM • Mesh Wifi • Packet backhaul themes addressed comprise: • capacity/peak facts premiums, • provider latency • hyperlink budgets • lifecycle charges • community optimisation The trade-off among greater consumer event and operator fee is explored within the context of an stronger enterprise version. appropriate for radio and middle community planners, designers, optimizers, and enterprise improvement employees at operators and community gear brands, the book's wide references additionally make it an invaluable source for graduate and postgraduate scholars.

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The network management model is structured to reflect the way the activities are typically managed within a business. The major activities are identified as: r r r r Configuration management, Customer administration, Operations, Maintenance. Because of the sensitivity of customer data and the need to maintain accurate and traceable records by law, considerable attention has been paid in the TMN specifications [23] to ensure that there is a hierarchical security structure that allows tiered levels of access to TMN functions.

Misaligned antennas caused by storm damage giving rise to poor cell statistics. 5 Billing systems This section is logically part of the TMN system but as a matter of key interest to the operator is treated separately here. 2 shows some of the factors that are used to drive competitive billing for circuit services. 2. Tariff factors Call location Time and duration Service Subscription information Tariff factor Call origination Example options – Mob. originated – Home cell – Working hours – Circuit speech – Post paid – Pre paid – Mob.

If the dialled mobile is actually in a different part of the country, it is likely to be managed by another MSC and the gateway MSC (GMSC) will route calls to the appropriate MSC. It will also, when necessary, switch traffic to other public land mobile networks (PLMN) and to fixed networks. The network elements above the BSC that ultimately connect to the public switched telephone network (PSTN) or public packet data network (PPDN) together comprise the core network. The one or more BSCs connected to the MSC together with the one or more base transceiver stations (BTS) connected to each BSC form the access network.

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