GPRS User Plane


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GPRS User Plane
1010507 GPRS User Plane
INTRODUCTION The GPRS network acts as an access network between the mobile subscriber and the external packet data network. The GPRS user plane provides a data transmission path to the external network according to the Quality of Service (QoS) parameters agreed during Packet Data Protocol (PDP) context establishment. This chapter discusses the role of GPRS in providing an end-to-end data transmission path between the mobile subscriber and the external packet data network. The complete end-to-end path can be seen as a combination of multiple smaller segments, each having its own associated user plane protocol stack (see
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Sumit Kasera; Nishit Narang; A. P. Priyanka: 2.5G MOBILE NETWORKS: GPRS and EDGE. GPRS User Plane, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008), AccessEngineering Export