GSM MAP Training Overview

GSM MAP Training Overview


GSM MAP Training Overview Course by Example

Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) is the world’s leading wireless communication standard. This GSM MAP Training Overview course defines the protocol structure and content of the messages which support the GSM mobile applications and services. You will gain a thorough knowledge of how messages are constructed and how mobile communications between elements is accomplished.

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Duration: 2 days


In this course you will learn about GSM components, subscriber identities along with network identities. We will briefly look at the lower layers of the SS7 protocol which is used for message routing and transport. Emphasis is placed on the TCAP ITU-T standard, the Mobile Application Part (MAP) application and signaling across the A-interface. Call-flow scenarios show how the various elements signal and communicate.

Course Content:

Architecture Overview
◾GSM elements and subsystems
◾Interfaces and numbering
◾Signaling across the various interfaces
◾GSM identities

Common Channel Signaling and Standards
◾Switches, STPs and databases
◾Links – low-speed & high-speed
◾Network interconnection
◾SS7 protocol and GSM
◾3GPP standards

◾Signaling on the A-interface
◾Connection-oriented SCCP
◾Call flows across the A-interface

◾ITU-T TCAP structure
◾GSM MAP operations
◾GSM MAP parameters
◾GSM MAP standards documents
◾ISDN-UP in handovers

GSM Call Flow Scenarios
◾Location Updating
◾Authentication and Ciphering
◾Mobile Originated Calls
◾Mobile Terminated Calls
◾Short Message Service

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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