IS-41 is the North American standard for wireless telecommunications network signalling. This guide aims to describe and annotate the IS-41 protocol, illustrate common signalling situations, and network implementation is simplified by details on components, parameters and procedures.
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Rely on the only guide dedicated entirely to the IS-41 protocol! MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKING WITH IS-41 IS-41-the North American standard for wireless telecommunications network signaling-remains perplexing to engineers and technical managers because of its complexity. Now two contributors to the IS-41 standard explain the latest revisions, operational details, and protocol usage of the standard in easy-to-understand terms. They fully annotate the protocol usage of the standard in easy-to-understand key components, including its messages, parameters, and procedures. Discussion of how the IS-41 protocol provides mobile functions accompanies graphic illustrations of common network signaling situations that expedite network implementation. You'll also gain a complete grasp of how IS-41 relates to other functions in the network. Turn here to maximize your practical knowledge of: IS-41's support for analog and digital interfaces; How mobile networks complete calls through the PSTN; Interoperations between IS-41 and other networks; Basic automatic roaming functions and intersystem handoff functions; IS-41's support of AMPS, NAMPS, TDMA, and CDMA radio technologies. Complete with numerous specific examples of how the protocol is used and coverage of IS-41-C-the latest revision of the standard-this guide gives you all the tools you need for IS-41 success. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Michael D. Gallagher is Director of Systems Engineering for Synacom. His experience spans hardware design, software design, and development of in wireline and wireless telecommunications, and he was a major contributor to the development of the IS-41 Revision C cellular networking protocol. Mr. Gallagher is a graduate of the University of Ottowa and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Randall A. Snyder is Director of Consulting Services and Principal Engineer for Synacom Technology, Inc., in San Jose, California. He has extensive experience in systems engineering and network design, as well as development of SS7, Is-41, and GSM networks. Mr. Snyder is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College.About the Author:
Michael D. Gallagher (San Jose, CA) is Director of Systems Engineering for Synacom. He has been a major contributor to the ANSI-41 networking protocol. Randall A. Snyder (San Jose, CA) is Director of Consulting Services and Principal Engineer for Synacom.
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