SAE and the Evolved Packet Core

SAE and the Evolved Packet Core


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Provides an introduction to System Architecture Evolution (SAE) standardization work and its main outcome: the Evolved Packet Core (EPC), including potential services and operational scenarios. Presenting an insightful overview of SAE’s historical development, this book gives explanations of the EPC architecture and key concepts.


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2 Responses to SAE and the Evolved Packet Core

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    A. G. Davies "aguydavies" says:
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent book for beginners and those with some experience in the area, 22 Feb 2010
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    This review is from: SAE and the Evolved Packet Core (Hardcover)

    This book was recommended to me by a colleague, who is an expert in the mobile packet core. Having read the book, I can backup his recommendation without reservation. This is an excellent book for those with little or limited experience in Mobile Packet Core and provided a great review of the technologies and the evolution of the MPC from GSM to 3G (WCDMA and HSPA) right up to EPS.

    The authors are clearly experts in their areas and have done a great job of getting across the information in an accessible way.

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    Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Waiting for a second edition, 1 May 2012
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    Grigoriy Shkolnik (Ekaterinburg, Russia) –

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    This review is from: SAE and the Evolved Packet Core (Hardcover)

    Excelent book!
    So far it is best SAE work item output being EPC description. Books covers only Evolved Packet Core not RAN LTE technology but this make it so precious to reader concentrating on PS core and neigbouring IMS core/CS core design and interations.
    It describes mainly 3GPP Rel 8 so it could be deemed bit obsolescent but not obsolete.
    I’m waiting for the second edition to come and cover Rel 10 and Rel 11 as of current state.
    The book covers not only EPC but also multimedia services offered by IMS.
    For those wishing go further in details or deeper in voice services in EPC I suggest reading VoLE (Voice over LTE), The LTE / SAE Deployment Handbook and very fresh book by Rogier Noldus, Ulf Olsson, Catherine Mulligan and others titled IMS Application Developer’s Handbook that covers newest Rel 11 on multimedia service aspects.

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