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  • 1. GLOBAL SYSTEMFOR MOBILE (GSM) PRESENTED BY: DHEERAJ RAJA ECE 4th YEAR
  • 2. What ? GSM GSM: Global System for Mobile Communications. Formerly: Group Special MobileWhen ? 1982: GSM created to set standard. 1988: Industrial development started. 1991: First system deployed.Why ? Higher digital voice quality. Low cost alternatives for making calls and sms.
  • 3. GSMARCHITECTURE Other OMC VLR MSCs B VLRs D BSS A CMS BTS BSC MSC HLR AUC Um Abis E F Other Other EIR MSCs Networks
  • 4. MOBILE STATION MS consists of 2 parts: - Mobile Equipment - SIMMobile Equipment: • Hardware used by the subscriber to access the network. • Uniquely identified by IMEI number.Subscriber Identity Module (SIM): • Smartcard containing the International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI). • Allows user to send & receive calls and received other subscribed services.
  • 5. BASE STATION SUB- SYSTEM (BSS) BSS connects the Mobile Station with MSC through A-interface. In charge of Transmission & Reception. Consists of 2 parts: - Base Transceiver Station (BTS) - Base Station Controller (BSC)
  • 6. BASE TRANSCEIVER STATION (BTS) Consists of TRAU (Transcoder/Rate Adapter Unit). Handles Speech Encoding, Encryption, Multiplexing and Modulation/ Demodulation of radio signals. Usually covers a single 120 degree sector of an area.
  • 7. BASE STATION CONTROLLER (BSC) Allocation of Channels. Frequency Administration. Controls the power transmission. Handovers from one BTS to another.
  • 8. NETWORK & SWITCHING SUB-SYSTEM (NSS) Manages communication between the mobile user with the other users. Consists of different components as: - Mobile Switching Centre (MSC) - Gateway Mobile Switching Centre (GMSC) - HLR & VLR - AuC & EIR
  • 9. MOBILE SWITCHING CENTRE (MSC) Heart of the GSM Network. Performs Call Routing, Call set-up and basic switching functions. Generates CDR for each & every call. Communicates with HLR, VLR & other MSCs.
  • 10. GATEWAY MOBILESWITCHING CENTRE (GMSC) Functions as a gateway between 2 networks. Switch to the Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN).
  • 11. HLR &VLR HLR contains a database for subscriber specific information such as IMSI, current location of the MS, roaming restrictions etc. VLR contains a temporary database about all active subscribers and always integrated with the MSC.
  • 12. EIR &AUC EIR is a database that keeps tracks of handsets on the Network using the IMEI number. It contains 3 lists: - White List - Grey List - Black List AuC handles the authentication and encryption task for the Network. It is mainly used for security reasons.
  • 13. OPERATION & MAINTENANCE CENTRE (OMC) All the networks elements are connected to OMC. Keeps records of all the faults occurred. Provides a network overview and support the maintenance activities of different operations.
  • 14. GSM FREQUENCY In India, GSM Network operates in 900 MHz & 1800 MHz bands. GSM- 900 uses - 890-915 MHz to send information from Mobile Station to the Base Station(Uplink). - 935-960 MHz for the other direction (Downlink). - Duplex Spacing is 45 MHz. GSM-1800 uses - 1710-1785 MHz for Uplink. - 1805-1880 MHz for downlink. - Duplex Spacing is 95 MHz. Providing 124 RF channels (Channel Numbers 1to 124) spaced at 200 KHz.
  • 15. THANK YOU