International Journal of Broadband Cellular Communication

ISSN: 2455-8532

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Special Issue
Topic

Usage of Call Establishment Procedures in the Communications Industry

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2024

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2024

Special Issue Description

The process of creating a virtual circuit across a communications network is called call setup. A signaling protocol is often used for call setup. The total amount of time needed for users to initiate a circuit-switched call. The total amount of time needed to create a circuit-switched call between terminals for data communication, or the interval between the start of a call request and the start of a call message. Call set-up within GSM consists of the following main steps: RR connection establishment, Service request, Authentication, Ciphering mode setting, IMEI Check, TMSI-Reallocation, Call initiation, Assignment of a traffic channel, User alerting, and Call acceptance. Before the signal drop reaches a usable level, scan the group of forward channels (Frequency) to determine which has the strongest signal. To locate the strongest Base station signal, it then searches the full control channel once more. When we make a phone call to a mobile user, the MTSO (mobile switching center office) sends the request to every base station in the system, which includes every network of the service provider. The Subscribers’ Mobile Identification Number, which is the telephone number we want to call, is subsequently broadcast as a paging message over all the forward channels in the system.

Keywords

Signaling protocol, Ciphering mode setting, IMEI Check, TMSI-Reallocation, Call initiation, MTSO, RR connection

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