GPRS Mobility Management


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GPRS Mobility Management
1010507 GPRS Mobility Management
INTRODUCTION The very essence of a mobile network is the ability of a mobile subscriber to roam within and across multiple Public Land Mobile Networks (PLMNs), and still be reachable and able to access network services. To reach a mobile subscriber within a mobile network, it becomes essential for the network to maintain the current location of the subscriber. This maintaining of the location information forms the basis of the Mobility Management (MM) procedures. Sometimes, the term location management is also used in place of MM to refer to the same function. The two terms are also used interchangeably in this chapter to refer to the same …
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Sumit Kasera; Nishit Narang; A. P. Priyanka: 2.5G MOBILE NETWORKS: GPRS and EDGE. GPRS Mobility Management, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008), AccessEngineering Export