GPRS Network Optimization & Trouble Shooting
Some of your questions that will be answered by this book: How can engineers in the core network and in the radio network determine the actual network performance? What are the performance requirements of the different TCP-applications? How can I distinguish application and mobile station failures which are outside of our scope from real network problems? How to nail down performance bottlenecks in the different parts of your network? How to optimize the performance for the different applications? Who should acquire this book ? Network operators who need to optimize the performance of their networks System supplier staff who is involved in the troubleshooting and optimization of GPRS-networks Design engineers of mobile stations and PDA's for GPRS
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