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Klappentext Im Gegensatz zu anderen Werken über UMTS, in denen vornehmlich die Funkübertragungstechnik behandelt wird, konzentriert sich dieses Lehrbuch auf die Netzwerktechnik, die Entwicklung von Protokollen, Kontrollfunktionen und Netzen und bietet einen Ausblick auf die Zukunft von UMTS. Zusammenfassung An all-encompassing coverage on UMTS Networks including an in-depth discussion of current work on UMTS evolution and 4G. UMTS Networks and Beyond offers a comprehensive introduction to the networking aspects of UMTS and the networks coming after UMTS. The book is unique in that it systematically compares how a particular problem, e.g. Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface.1. Introduction.1.1 Mobile Telecommunication Networks and Computer Networks.1.2 Network design principles and business models.1.3 Summary.2. UMTS Motivation and Context.2.1 Mobile telecommunication market evolution.2.2 Mobile telecommunication technology evolution.2.3 UMTS Genesis.2.4 Comparison of UMTS with other mobile technologies.2.5 Summary.3. Standardization.3.1 The importance of standardization.3.2 Standardization Bodies.3.3 Summary.4. UMTS Architecture and Functionality.4.1 Telecommunication Network architecture overview.4.2 High-level architecture of 3G Networks.4.3 GSM Architecture.4.4 GPRS architecture.4.5 UMTS Architecture.4.6 3GPP System architecture.4.7 WLAN architecture.4.8 Summary.5. UMTS Radio Interface - the Physical Layer.5.1 Information coding .5.2 Sharing the electromagnetic spectrum.5.3 Summary.6. Packet-switched Domain - Architecture and Protocols.6.1 Architecture .6.2 Protocols.6.3 Summary.7. Circuit-switched Domain - Architecture and Protocols.7.1 Architecture .7.2 Protocols.7.3 Summary.8. UMTS Radio Access Network - Architecture and Protocols.8.1 Architecture .8.2 Protocols and Channels.8.3 Summary.9. User Equipment - Architecture and Protocols.9.1 Architecture.9.2 Summary.10. IP Multimedia System - Architecture and Protocols.10.1 IMS service support.10.2 Architecture .10.3 Protocols.10.4 Summary.11. Basic UMTS Functionality.11.1 Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN).11.2 The bearer concept.11.3 UE preparation.11.4 RRC Connection set-up procedure.11.5 GPRS Attach procedure.11.6 PDP Context establishment procedure.11.7 Detaching from the Network.11.8 Basic UMTS functionality in roaming scenarios.11.9 Basic WLAN functionality.11.10 Discussion .11.11 Summary .12. Mobility.12.1 Problem description.12.2 Mobility in UMTS.12.3 Link-layer mobility in a WLAN .12.4 Mobility in Computer Networks.12.5 Discussion.12.6 Summary.13. Security.13.1 Problem description.13.2 General solution approach.13.3 Security in UMTS.13.4 Security in a WLAN.13.5 Security in Computer Networks.13.6 Discussion.13.7 Summary.14. Quality of Service.14.1 Problem description.14.2 QoS in Computer Networks.14.3 QoS in UMTS.14.4 Link-layer QoS in a WLAN.14.5 Discussion.14.6 Summary.15. Session Control.15.1 Problem description.15.2 SIP.15.3 SIP in the IMS.15.4 Discussion.15.5 Summary.16. Charging.16.1 Problem Description.16.2 Charging in Computer Networks and WLAN.16.3 Charging in UMTS.16.4 Discussion.16.5 Summary.17. Policy Control.17.1 Problem Description.17.2 Policy control in Computer Networks.17.3 Policy control in UMTS.17.4 Discussion.17.5 Summary.18. WLAN and other alternative access methods.18.1 Interworking WLAN.18.2 Generic Access Network.18.3 Comparison and discussion.18.4 Femtocells.18.5 Summary.19. UMTS releases summary.19.1 Release 99.19.2 Release 4.19.3 Release 5.19.4 Release 6.19.5 Release 7.19.6 Outlook.PART I: EPILOGUE - CONVERGENCE IN UMTS.20. 4G Motivation and Context.20.1 Today's mobile Telecommunication Networks.20.2 Near-term evolution towards 4G.20.3 IMT-Advanced.20.4 Discussion .20.5 Summary .21. ...

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