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Short message service in a multicampus communication environment
Author(s): Kuo-Pao Fan; Meng-Tzu Yen; Chin-Yi Lin
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Paper Abstract

Recently, it becomes more and more popular that an enterprise builds up a private mobile network. With this wireless network, the enterprise can increase its communication efficiency and productivity. In this paper, we present a private mobile communication system using DECT as the wireless radio technology. The system consists of radio system, Enterprise Service Control Node (ESCN), and PBX. ESCN is the service center of the whole system. It provides functions such as mobility management, call control, and supplementary services. Besides, ESCN is a wireless adjunct to PBX. It integrates the wireless and wired telephone system into one system. In addition, ESCN can connect multiple RE (Radio Exchange) to provide a large number of handsets. The interfaces between ESCN and PBX are T/R and R2/E1. Thus, both line interface and trunk interface are supported. Instead of voice service, it is also important to provide low rate data service in wireless system. In this paper, we describe how to provide short message service in the ESCN. Three different types of short message are supported. They are (1) point-to-point (2) group notification and (3) broadcast. Besides, we also consider how to deliver short message when the short message targets located in multiple campuses. The whole mobile system has been developed, and currently it is under field trial.

Paper Details

Date Published: 18 October 2001
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 4586, Wireless and Mobile Communications, (18 October 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.445244
Show Author Affiliations
Kuo-Pao Fan, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan)
Meng-Tzu Yen, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan)
Chin-Yi Lin, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4586:
Wireless and Mobile Communications
Hequan Wu; Jari Vaario, Editor(s)

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