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GSM : Evolution towards 3rd Generation Systems - Zoran Zvonar

GSM

Evolution towards 3rd Generation Systems

By: Zoran Zvonar (Editor), Peter Jung (Editor), Karl Kammerlander (Editor)

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Published: 31st December 1998
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The GSM system is probably the most successful second-generation digital mobile radio system. One of the key factors in this is the constant evolution of the GSM system and its derivatives. This text addresses new concepts in the GSM system, dealing both with standardized features as well as with theoretically and technologically feasible improvements which contribute to evolutionary changes in general. Ongoing efforts in GSM standardization are focused on in "Phase 2+" with gradual additions for a fast and modular evolution. Speech remains the prime service of cellular systems, with ongoing work on spectral efficiency taking into account the tradeoff between cost of the system and transmission quality. Most of the notable results from novel speech service implementations are addressed herein such as new EFR speech codec and Advanced Speech Cell Items (ASCI). Data capability in "Phase 2+" has been covered under General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and High-Speed Circuit Switched Data (HCSD) work items. Initiatives under CAMEL cover intelligent networking (IN) within the GSM framework. Dual mode operation in GSM includes not only dual-band solutions but also inter-networking with other systems like DECT or satellite systems. Numerous specific wireless applications such as inbuilding communications, or WLL have also been developed based on GSM. To support the required changes a number of issues have to be solved in the radio part of the system. Deployment of adaptive antenna arrays for enhanced quality, interference suppression techniques and slow frequency hopping are among the techniques presented in the GSM framework. Dynamic evolution of GSM presents a platform for the introduction of UMTS. Presently, efforts are directed towards the standardization of the UMTS air interface in ETSI. Major trends in progress towards new radio interfaces are outlined including contributions from pan-European projects such as ATDMA, which was carried out under the RACE II framework, and the ACTS project AC090 FRAMES. GSM: Evolution towards 3rd generation systems comprises a collection of specially written contributions from GSM specialists. The information presented is essential reading for all researchers, engineers and managers working on GSM and third generation wireless systems. This book covers the most important advances in GSM that will have lasting impact on the system influencing third generation wireless systems.

Preface
The Status and Development of the GSM Specificationsp. 1
Advances in Servicesp. 15
New Speech Related Features in GSMp. 17
Advanced Speech Call Itemsp. 45
General Packet Radio Servicep. 65
High Speed Circuit Switched Datap. 81
CAMEL and Optimal Routingp. 93
Radio Aspectsp. 115
Antenna Arrays and Space Division Multiple Accessp. 117
Interference Suppression by Joint Demodulation of Cochannel Signalsp. 153
Spectral Capacity of Frequency Hopping GSMp. 187
Implementation Aspectsp. 209
GSM in the Indoor Business Environmentp. 211
In-door Base Station Systemsp. 235
GSM/Satellite Issuesp. 263
DECT/GSM Integrationp. 283
Progress Towards UMTSp. 315
ATDMAp. 317
UMTS Data Servicesp. 335
Indexp. 357
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ISBN: 9780792383512
ISBN-10: 0792383516
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 361
Published: 31st December 1998
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.55