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  • 3 Days Course
    Mobile Networks (Insoft Specials)

    Classroom + Online

    Course Details


    The course provides participants with the necessary knowledge about the structure of signaling TLC networks and related protocols, interfaces used, performance and services. Particular attention is dedicated to the signaling system architecture and the protocols used for telephony service (ISUP), as well as those used for Intelligent Network services (SCCP,TCAP, INAP, etc.). Also the protocols behavior involved in the access network GSM is widely explained.


    • Message Transfer Part (MTP)
    • ISDN User Part (ISUP)
    • ISUP message format
    • SCCP structure and messages
    • Transaction Capability
    • Intelligent Network
    • NAP CS1 and CS2 protocols
    • Basic Call State Model (BCSM)
    • MAP: Mobile Application Part
    • Location Update procedures
    • Handover procedures
    • MSC and VLR
    • Mobile Station Roaming Number
    • Number Portability procedures
    • Roaming architectures
    • CAMEL protocol overview
    • Um GSM signaling
    • A bis GSM signaling
    • A int. GSM signaling

    Target Audience

    • TLC companies technicians who work with switching network planning or operation and maintenance.


    • Networks and telecommunication services basic skills.



    The course provides in-depth analysis of Core Network SS#7 application messages and ISUP signaling. Furthermore GERAN messages and basic procedures are discussed.