This course examines the physical characteristics of the GSM Air Interface as well as the signalling protocols used at Layers 2 and 3. The interaction between a GSM handset and network is thoroughly treated looking at idle mode and dedicated mode procedures.
GSM Air Interface
A good knowledge of GSM network operation, or previous attendance on the GSM System Overview course (MB20).
- GSM and GPRS system architecture and configuration
- GSM radio spectrum
- GSM physical channels
- Multiframe structures
- GSM and GPRS logical channels
- Time alignment
- Slow frequency hopping
- Discontinuous transmission
- LAPDm signalling
- Layer 3 signalling
- Idle mode procedures
- Circuit switched signalling
- Call procedures
- Power control
- GPRS signalling
This is a QA approved partner course
Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.
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