Wireless Telecommunications Networking with ANSI-41, Second Edition

by: Randall A. Snyder, Michael D. Gallagher


Abstract: ALL-IN-ONE GUIDE TO ANSI-41 Revision E is the North American standard for wireless telecommunications network signaling. Written by Randall Snyder and Michael Gallagher, two of the new standard’s developers, Wireless Tel Network with ANSI-41, Second Edition provides you with the latest need-to-know revisions, operational details, and protocol usage of the standard. This edition packs a new chapter on WIN (Wireless Intelligent Network) and a complete listing of federally mandated features and functions. You’ll explore wireless telecommunications standards, signaling, and network reference models…wireless functionality… structure of the ANSI-41 standard and protocol architecture…basic intersystem handoff functions, automatic roaming functions, authentication functions, call processing functions, short-message service functions, and operations, administration, and maintenance functions.
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Title: Wireless Telecommunications Networking with ANSI-41, Second Edition

Publisher: McGraw-Hill: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan, New Delhi, San Juan, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto

Copyright / Pub. Date: 2001 Randall A. Snyder and Michael D. Gallagher

ISBN: 9780071352314

Authors:

Randall A. Snyder (San Jose, CA) is Director of Consulting Services and Principal Engineer for Synacom.

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.

Description: ALL-IN-ONE GUIDE TO ANSI-41 Revision E is the North American standard for wireless telecommunications network signaling. Written by Randall Snyder and Michael Gallagher, two of the new standard’s developers, Wireless Tel Network with ANSI-41, Second Edition provides you with the latest need-to-know revisions, operational details, and protocol usage of the standard. This edition packs a new chapter on WIN (Wireless Intelligent Network) and a complete listing of federally mandated features and functions. You’ll explore wireless telecommunications standards, signaling, and network reference models…wireless functionality… structure of the ANSI-41 standard and protocol architecture…basic intersystem handoff functions, automatic roaming functions, authentication functions, call processing functions, short-message service functions, and operations, administration, and maintenance functions.