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3G Mobile Networks: Architecture, Protocols, and Procedures (Professional Engineering) Hardcover – 1 Feb 2005


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  • UMTS network architecture
  • Key 3G protocols explained
  • Network deployment
  • Security Management
  • Value-added services
  • From the Back Cover

    COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE UMTS MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL

    3G Mobile Networks offers a detailed, complete exploration of the UMTS 3G mobile communications protocol -- and the networks on which it runs. This in-depth explanation of the standard and its components provides the authoritative strategies and insights needed to meet design, deployment, service add-on, security, and other challenges.

    3G Mobile Networks untangles the complexities of:

    • Network architecture
    • Key 3G protocols
    • Network deployment
    • IP transport and subsystems
    • Security management
    • Supplementary services, such as billing
    • Value-added services, such as music, photos, and video

    Turn to 3G Mobile Networks for a deeper understanding of the UMTS WCDMA standard, and practical, up-to-date answers to UMTS engineering questions.

    INSIDE:
    Principles of WCDMA * UMTS Network Architecture * User Equipment * Access Network * Core Network * Radio Resource Control Procedures * UTRAN Signaling Procedures * Mobility Management * Call Handling * Session Management * Supplementary Services * Value-Added Services * Security Management * IP-Based Signaling Transport * IP Multimedia Subsystem * Appendix: Deployment of 3G Networks * Appendix: 4G Mobile Networks


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