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1. History of GSM
2. Services provided by GSM
3. Architecture of the GSM network
3.1. Mobile Station
3.2. Base Station Subsystem
3.3. Network Subsystem
4. Radio link aspects
4.1. Multiple access and channel structure
4.1.1. Traffic channels
4.1.2. Control channels
4.1.3. Burst structure
4.2. Speech coding
4.3. Channel coding and modulation
4.4. Multipath equalization
4.5. Frequency hopping
4.6. Discontinuous transmission
4.7. Discontinuous reception
4.8. Power control
5. Network aspects
5.1. Radio resources management
5.1.1. Handover
5.2. Mobility management
5.2.1. Location updating
5.2.2. Authentication and security
5.3. Communication management
5.3.1. Call routing
6. Conclusion and comments
7. Bibliography and references
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Article written by John Scourias, with comments in maroon by Tom Farley

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Generic GSM architecture by Scourias / Lucent GSM architecture / Ericsson GSM architecture / Nokia architecture / Siemen's GSM architecture

 

Nokia, from their training document "System Training for GSM/DCS 1800", April 1994.

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