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What is RX level IN GSM?
Rx-level is the strength of the signal in the GSM technology.
the range of Rx-level is between -55 to -110.
the range of Rx-level is between -55 to -110.
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GSM is a technology which is the leading cell phone standard all over the world. In 1982 it was recognized as a standard for digital wireless communications and was first adop…ted in Europe and then by Asia, Africa etc. The first system was online in 1991 and GSM was formerly known as Group Special Mobile but now stands for Global System for Mobile communications. USA, however has not adopted GSM as a standard and so different carriers now use different technologies as opposed to only GSM. GSM uses digital technology and the methods of time division multiple access transmission. In GSM, sound is digitally prearranged through a special encoder, which imitates the distinctiveness of human speech. This method of transmission allows a very competent statistics speed/information content ratio. GSM is an open system and is a non propriety technology. One of the great benefits of GSM is that it facilitates international roaming. As it is adopted by more than 170 countries, you have the facility of using your GSM cell phone in all these places without having to change your number. GSM satellite roaming has broadened the scope of cellular services even to areas where standard terrestrial services are not possible. GSM is a technology that is rapidly growing and constantly evolving with wireless, satellite and cordless systems offering greatly expanded services. These services include multimedia data services, high speed, inbuilt support for side by side use of these services and faultless incorporation with the Internet and wireline networks. 3GSM (next generation of mobile communications services) is already charted out and will make available services enhancing the already existing voice, data, and text services. GSM will provide video on demand and will help to lessen the gap between wireless and internet/computers. GSM works on different frequency bands across the world. In North America it uses a 1900 MHz frequency whereas in other parts of the world it uses either 900MHz or 1800 MHz. As different frequencies are used in different places, your GSM handset should support various bands so that it can be used globally. From the beginning, GSM has been developed with the need to give its customers utmost security in terms of secure communications, fraud prevention, and call privacy. Today it is the worlds most secure public wireless standard for cellular phones. In an entirely different context, GSM could also stand for grams per square metre. This is the standard measure used for paper, and fabrics.
Answer well so far gsm hasn't got a spread spectrum technology, the data packe ts are not coded appropriately thus loss of data
GSM stands for "Global System for Mobile communications", which was a replacement for the former AMPS and TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) formats of analog cellular telep…hone transmissions. GSM is currently used by over 3 billion people across more than 212 countries and territories, over 82% of the world's population. GSM's advantage over its predecessor is that it is 100% digital, as opposed to TDMA, which was analog. While covering a shorter distance than the analog signal, a GSM signal can carry more voice and data communications than the analog band, and carry it at a faster rate, thus making GSM a "second-generation" (2G) cellular technology. Most GSM networks operate in the 900 MHz or 1800 MHz bands. Some countries in the Americas (including Canada and the United States) use the 850 MHz and 1900 MHz bands because the 900 and 1800 MHz frequency bands were already allocated.
GSM Stands for Global System foe Mobile Communications.It uses TDMA and FDMA accessing techniques for effective utilization of frequency spectrum.
Global System for Mobile Communication
There are many benefits to GSM phone service and perhaps the best is that you can use cell phone with other provider. It is nice when using a cell phone that you can call whoe…ver you want wherever you want and never think twice about changing mobile phone network or what frequency the phone is using. Everything just happens naturally, and that is certainly a benefit. And if you travel internationally you can still use your phone. This is where GSM comes into play and why it is so important to have a GSM cell phone. You would get your GSM phone that is a Quad Band phone. In summary, a Quad Band mobile phone is used to designate a phone that can operate in the following GSM frequency bands: 850 MHz (U.S./Canada/Latin America/Brazil (Only the carrier Vivo in the south and south-east of Brazil)) 900 MHz (Africa/Europe/Brazil/Australia/Asia (ex Japan and S. Korea)) 1800 MHz (Africa/Europe/Brazil/Australia/Asia) 1900 MHz (U.S./Canada/Latin America/Brazil (Only the carrier Vivo in the north, north-east and centre-west of Brazil)) These are also called World phones. These phones come unlocked and can be used with any carrier that uses a GSM network by changing the SIM card to the phone. To view some types of these phones go to: http:/nextlevelcellular.ecrater.com
this is where the chemical CG and MS come together to make GSMS, they can also can be taken away (separated) to be identified
I agree with sanjay except that it varies from 0 to -125
For mobile/cellular telephones it is Global System for Mobiles.
Ciphering is encyption and decyption of user ID in GSM network. It is done inside GSM GPRS component SGSN.
e1 is a standard unit used to measure the amount of data flow. 1 e1 refers to 2mbps speed of data flow.
formulae for finding rx level
It is the downlink level received when DTX (discontinous reception) is enabled. It is difference from Rx level full is that in full values are calculated when all the burst in…cludin silent burst are considered but in sub values silent burst are ignored
Gram per squar metre
Rx level sub is the downlink level received when DTX (discontinous reception) is enabled. It is difference from Rx level full is that in full values are calculated when al…l the burst includin silent burst are considered but in sub values silent burst are ignored