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GPRS and 3G Wireless application - Anderson C.

Anderson C. GPRS and 3G Wireless application - Wiley publishing , 2001. - 356 p.
ISBN: 0-471-41405 -0
Download (direct link): gprsand3gwirelessapplica2001.pdf
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service networks, 186-193, 195-200 development
Java for Mobile Devices, 233 -234, 236 MExE (Mobile Execution Environment), 237 -238 operating system environments, 221-223 browser-based vs. terminal based, 223-225 EPOC, 230-232
multithreading multitasking, 222 Palm OS, 226-228 Pocket Linux, 232-233 Windows CE, 228-229 planes
application, 183 control, 184 transport, 184 servers, 10 testing, 267-268
GUI usability testing, 268 -273 network emulator testing, 274, 276 -277 network performance testing, 268 server-side testing, 268, 277-279 architecture
3G systems, layered open, 59 application, 185-186
service networks, 186-193, 195-200 GPRS networks, 35 -38 mobile networks, 4
base station subsystems, 6 core networks, 7 handsets and mobile stations, 5 Asynchronous Connection-Less, see ACL audio layer (Bluetooth protocol stack), 92 authentication, 243
B
background class (WCDMA), 73
base station subsystems, 6
base-band layer (Bluetooth protocol stack), 91
Page 305
bearers, 23
billing (GPRS networks), 51 -52 bit rates (3G systems), 57 distance-dependency, 58 Bluetooth, 81 air interface
frequencies, 84-86 link types, 87-91 protocol stack, 91, 93-94 development issues, 102-103 Headset MMI example, 101-102 history of, 82-83 implementation requirements, 82 profiles, 94
cordless telephony, 97
Dial-Up Networking profile, 98
Fax profile, 98
File Transfer profile, 99
GAP (Generic Access Profile), 96
GOEP (Generic Object Exchange Profile), 97
Headset profile, 97
Intercom profile, 97
LAN Access profile, 99
Piconet, 94
Scatternet, 96
SDAP (Service Discovery Application Profile), 96 SPP (Serial Port Profile), 96 Synchronization profile, 99 security issues, 249 short -wave radio features, 83 -84 usage models, 99-100 browser-based environments, 223-225 buffer issues (service challenges), 170-171 business challenges, 281 competition, 287
distribution and maintenance, 290-291
mobile Internet industry overview, 282-284
mobility, 296-297
online presence, 295-296
operator agreements, 284-285
opportunities, seizing, 293, 296-297
originality, 286
partnering, 287 -288
personalization, 293-295
preparation, 292
simplicity, 289
user appeal, 290
C
caching (service challenges), 169-170
capability servers (service networks), 192-193 capacity (GPRS networks), 50-51 CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access), 3G systems, 65-77 admission control, 67 cdma2000 air interface, 74-77 Cdma2000 MultiCarrier FDD, 66 code allocation, 67 DS WCDMA, 65 handover, 67 power control, 68 WCDMA, 70 -74 WCDMA TDD, 66 Cdma2000 air interface (mobile IP/simple ID networks), 76-77 Cdma2000 air interface A, 74-75 Cdma2000 MultiCarrier FDD, 66 CdmaOne evolution, 21-22 CDPD, TDMA (IS-136), 20 cells, CGI (Cell Global Identity), 6 CGI (Cell Global Identity), 6
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CGI-TA (Cell Global Identity-Timing Arrival), 260 channels
Bluetooth, 84 -86 user network access, 9 character recognition (pen-based input), 212 charging GPRS network services, 51 -52 Class A GPRS handsets, 39 Class B GPRS handsets, 39 Class C GPRS handsets, 40 code allocation (3G CDMA systems), 67 Code Division Multiple Access, see CDMA Commands, lower layer access (GPRS handsets), 42, 44 competition (business challenges), 287 compression, efficiency, improving, 168-169 congestion control (TCP sessions), 116, 119 content servers, WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), 132-133 control layer (3G systems), 59 control plane, 184
cordless telephony profile (Bluetooth networking), 97 core networks, 7
D
data (GPRS packet), 29-32 always online feature, 32, 34 future 3G systems, 35 development Bluetooth, 102-103 business challenges, 281 competition, 287
distribution and maintenance, 290-291 mobile Internet industry overview, 282-284 mobility, 296-297 online presence, 295-296 operator agreements, 284-285 opportunities, seizing, 293, 296-297 originality, 286 partnering, 287-288 personalization, 293-295 preparation, 292 simplicity, 289 user appeal, 290 devices
emulated (GUI usability testing), 270 mobile Internet, 203 -204
business development, 206-207 divided concepts, 217-219 generic device design issues, 219 hardware advances, 209-210 horizontal, 204
input mechanisms, 210, 212-213
integrated concepts, 215-217 interoperability, 209 man-machine interface, 207 upgrading, 208 vertical, 205
dial-Up Networking profile (Bluetooth networking), 98 distance-dependent bit rates (3G systems), 58 distribution (business challenges), 290-291 divided concepts (mobile devices), 217-219 DS WCDMA, 65 Dynamic IP addresses, 46
Team-FlyŽ
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E
E-OTD (Enhanced Observed Time Difference), 258-259 EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for Global Execution)
3G systems, 61-65 GSM evolution, 19 efficiency, improving (service challenges), 164-165 compression, 168-169 excessive data transmission, reducing, 167 overhead, reducing, 165-167 emulators
GUI usability testing, 270 mobile networks, 271 network testing, 274
test cases and scenarios, 276-277 wireless emulators, 274, 276 enablers, service (application architectures), 190-193, 195-196 encryption, 244
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