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GSM Basic Principles

GSM Basic Principles 2018-10-17T15:40:03+05:30

GSM Basic Principles


The success of GSM technologies in turn, has given rise to optimistic scenarios for the evolution of 3G and 4G technologies such as UMTS and LTE. We begin GSM Basic Principles course by gaining an understanding about the underlying GSM technology, which was designed for easy roaming. We then cover the most important enhancements to 2G-GSM, specifically GPRS and EDGE, which facilitate efficient access to packet data networks. 3G UMTS brings not only higher data rates but also better QoS, better security, multimedia and the possibility of fallback to 2G.

By learning this course, students can get knowledge on GSM Basic Principles, GSM Systems and its functions in different portions of the telecom world.

Duration: 32 hours

Fee: 15k

Course Overview

This Course deals with the following:

GSM Overview

  • GSM Basic Concepts
    • History of the Mobile Communication
    • GSM Definition
  • Services Supported by GSM System
    • Telecom Services Provided by GSM
    • Supplementary Services of the GSM System
  • GSM Specification

GSM Network Structure

  • GSM Area Division Concepts
  • GSM Composition
  • Mobile Switching System (MSS)
  • Base Station Subsystem (BSS)
  • Operation & Maintenance Subsystem (OMS)
  • Mobile Station (MS)
  • GSM System Number
    • Mobile Subscriber ISDN Number (MSISDN)
    • International Mobile Subscriber Roaming Number (MSRN)
    • Handover Number
    • Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identification (TMSI)
    • Location Area Identification (LAI)

Interfaces and Protocols

  • Interfaces
  • PS-Domain Protocol Stack
    • User Plane Protocol Stack at PS Domain
    • Control Plane Protocol Stack at PS Domain
  • CS-Domain Protocol Stack
    • User Plane Protocol Stack at CS Domain
    • Control Plane Protocol Stack at CS Domain

GSM Radio Channel

  • GSM Working Frequency Band
  • Structure of GSM Radio Frame
  • Physical Channel and Logical Channel
    • Physical Channel
    • Logical Channel
    • Channel Combination
  • System Messages
    • Overview
    • Content of System message

Basic Service and Signaling Process

  • Mobile Subscriber State
    • MS starts, network does “Attach” marks on it
    • MS shutdowns, separated from network
    • MS Busy
  • Location Update
    • Location update at a MSC office
    • Interoffice Location Update
  • Typical Call and Handover Process
    • Call between Mobile Subscribers
    • Inter-BSC Handover within MSC
    • Inter-MSC Handover
  • Basic Signaling process
    • Location update Process
    • IMSI Detach process
    • Mobile-Originated Call and Called Party On-hook Process
    • Mobile-Terminated Call and Calling Party On-hook Process
    • Inter-cell Handover Flow

Voice Processing and Key Radio Technology

  • Voice processing
    • Basic Flow of Voice Processing
    • Voice Encoding
    • Channel Encoding
    • Interleaving/Deinterleaving
    • Encryption/Decryption
    • Modulation/Demodulation
  • Frequency multiplexing
  • Adaptive equalizing
  • Diversity Receiving
  • Discontinuous Transmission (DTX)
  • Power Control
    • Basic Concepts of Power Control
    • GSM Power Control Process
    • High-speed power control
  • Timing Advance
  • Frequency Hoping Technology


  • Definition and Feature
    • GPRS Definition
    • GPRS Features
    • EDGE Definition
    • EDGE Features
  • Inheritance and Evolution
  • GPRS Radio Channel
    • GPRS Physical Channel
    • GPRS Logic Channel
    • Mapping of Logical Channel Combination in the Physical Channel
    • GPRS Channel Coding
  • Radio Link and Media Access Control Flow
    • Paging Flow
    • TBF Setup Flow
    • GPRS Suspend/Resume Flow
    • TBF Release Flow
  • Terminal and Application

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