after dealing with the introductory concepts (i. e. , what is mobile communication, how a mobile call is made etc) and the evolution of mobile communication systems till the present day status, the cellular engineering fundamentals are discussed at length to make the students realize the importance of the practical engineering aspects of thisMOBILE PHONE NETWORKS(Contd. ) There are a number of different digital cellular technologies, including: Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) EvolutionData Optimized (EVDO) Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE or GSM EDGE) cellular system mobile communication ppt
CELLULAR MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS May 16, 2006 Introduction to cellular systems GSM, GPRS (2G) WCDMA Niclas2006. ppt
The PowerPoint PPT presentation: Introduction to Mobile Communications is the property of its rightful owner. Digital Systems The general characteristics of more recent techniques time division multiple access (TDMA) Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) Personal Communications Service (PCS) 1900 Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Significantly increase the efficiency of cellular telephone systems to allow a greatercellular system mobile communication ppt 2 INTRODUCTION TO CELLULAR MOBILE RADIO COMMUNICATION Switching center Public telephone network Figure 1. 1. An illustration of a cellular system. communication. Cellular systems accommodate a large number of mobile units
PowerPoint Courses; Cellular& mobile communication 1 Trac intensity across the entire radio system. Cellular and Mobile Communication () cellular system mobile communication ppt 130 Mobile and Cellular Radio Communications 130. 1 Paging Systems 130. 2 Cordless Telephone Systems 130. 3 Cellular Telephone Systems 130. 4 Personal Communications System (PCS) Chapter 2 Cellular System 2. 1Introduction In the older mobile radio systems, mobile communication systems are designed to offer a wide coverage area and high mobile telephone systems: Mobile Telephone Service (MTS), Improved Mobile Telephone Service (IMTS) MJ systems, and Improved Mobile Telephone Service (IMTS) MK systems. The large number of subscribers created a high blocking probability during busy hours.