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A tag for discussion of "mobile", topics on how the mobile devices proceed to access mobile services

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CISCO ISE Identity Management Group assignment

The Scenario in Brief Three types of devices can exist on our wireless networks: AD joined, corporate owned (Windows PC/Laptop/Surface) Non-AD Joined, corporate owned (iPad/Chromebook and their ...
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How is a MS (Mobile Station) Identified prior to GPRS attach?

So, originally the MS sends a Packet Channel Request over PRACH and then the BSC (PCU) responds with a Packet Uplink Assignment over PAGCH. How does this PDTCH allocation get picked up by the correct ...
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Can you create an open LTE network?

Being an ex-politician, I've had to discuss "free city-wide Wi-Fi" many times. What I've always been thinking is, why don't we just have free 3G/4G in the city? Is it possible to have an "open" LTE ...
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How does cellular data differ from an ISP, and what can be tracked?

Are IP addresses given to a phone static or not? Also, how can phone companies keep track of a person if they wanted to find them? For example, I don't have an account and use a pre-paid card. I'm ...
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Broken session detection in mobile network

I'm interested in TCP connection between mobile unit which is connected over GPRS to server on public network. I need to keep open, so I will send periodically keep-alive packets for hold session. ...
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Can I use 1 GSM antenna connected to multiple GSM modems?

I have multiple GSM modems connected to a laptop and now I want to increase their signal. I thought in buying an antenna and a repeater and put the repeater next to the modems. As far as I know, the ...
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Is it possible to calculate the path loss in an UMTS system if the current HNB CPICH power and RSCP values are known?

Please let me further elaborate on my question: Let's say we have an HNB with 2 Watts of power allocated for the common pilot channel. This would mean that the radiated signal power at the HNB site (...
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UMTS Architecture and differences between releases

I am studying the evolution of mobile network technologies and trying to get a clear overview of the UMTS network achitecture. However, I found it hard to decide which release of UMTS is considered ...
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Packet scheduling in LTE/5G core network components

Scheduling algorithms must be used in radio side of these technologies in order to map radio sources to incoming/outgoing data packets and satisfy quality of service requirements such as latency and ...