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Mobile and Personal Communication Systems and Services [electronic resource].
Pandya, Raj.
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2004.
1 online resource (353 p.)
"Raj Pandya, international expert in Universal Personal Telecommunications (UPT), guides you through the past, present, and future of mobile and personal communication systems. Telecommunications professionals and students will find a comprehensive discussion of mobile telephone, data, and multimedia services, and how the evolution toward next-generation systems will shape tomorrow s mobile communications industry.A broad systems overview combined with carefully selected technical details give you a clear understanding of the basic technology, architecture, and applications associated with mob
Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 Enabling Concepts for Mobile and Personal Communications; 1.2 Mobile and Personal Communication: Past, Present, and Future; 1.3 Mobile and Personal Communication: Some Related Network Aspects; 1.4 References; Chapter 2 The Cellular Concept and Its Initial Implementations; 2.1 The Cellular Concept; 2.2 Multiple Access Technologies for Cellular Systems; 2.3 Cellular System Operation and Planning: General Principles; 2.4 Initial Implementations of the Cellular Concept: Analog Cellular Systems; 2.5 Concluding Remarks; 2.6 References

Chapter 3 Digital Cellular Mobile Systems3.1 Introduction; 3.2 GSM: The European TDMA Digital Cellular Standard; 3.3 IS-136: The North American TDMA Digital Cellular Standard (D-AMPS); 3.4 PDC: The Japanese TDMA Digital Cellular Standard; 3.5 IS-95: The North American CDMA Digital Cellular Standard; 3.6 Concluding Remarks; 3.7 References; Chapter 4 Low Power Wireless Communications Systems and North American PCS; 4.1 Background; 4.2 CT2 (Cordless Telephony 2) Systems; 4.3 DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications); 4.4 PACS (Personal Access Communication System)

4.5 PHS (Personal Handy Phone System)4.6 PCS in North America; 4.7 Concluding Remarks; 4.8 References; Chapter 5 Mobile Data Communications; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Specialized Packet and Mobile Radio Networks; 5.3 Circuit-Switched Data Services on Cellular Networks; 5.4 Packet-Switched Data Services on Cellular Networks; 5.5 Data Over Low Power Wireless or Cordless Telecommunications Networks; 5.6 Wireless Local-Area Networks (wireless LANs); 5.7 Support of Mobility on the Internet: Mobile IP; 5.8 Mobile Multimedia: Wireless ATM (WATM); 5.9 Concluding Remarks; 5.10 References

Chapter 6 IMT-2000: Third-Generation Mobile Communication Systems6.1 Introduction; 6.2 IMT-2000 Radio Aspects; 6.3 IMT-2000 Network Aspects; 6.4 Summary of Regional Initiatives on IMT-2000; 6.5 Concluding Remarks; 6.6 References; Chapter 7 Global Mobile Satellite Systems; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 The Iridium System; 7.3 The Globalstar System; 7.4 The ICO System; 7.5 The Teledesic System; 7.6 Summary Tables for the Iridium, Globalstar, ICO, and Teledesic Systems; 7.7 Concluding Remarks; 7.8 References; Chapter 8 Personal Mobility and Universal Personal Telecommunication (UPT); 8.1 Introduction

8.2 UPT: Concept and Service Aspects8.3 Functional Architecture for UPT; 8.4 Numbering, Routing, and Billing Aspects; 8.5 Scenarios for Partitioning and Location of Service Profile Information; 8.6 Access Security Requirements for UPT; 8.7 Concluding Remarks; 8.8 References; Appendix A: Numbers and Identities for Mobile and Personal Communication Networks; A.1 Introduction; A.2 Role of Mobile/PCS Station Numbers and Identities; A.3 International Standards on Numbering and Identities; A.4 Usage of Mobile/PCS Numbers and Identities in North America (WZ1); A.5 Terminal Equipment Identities

A.6 Numbers and Identities for IMT-2000
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