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Data Calls in CDMA

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    Mohammed Rehan
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    HI friends,

    This is Rehan from India …I Need some information about the call flow in CDMA network in case of Data Calls…Connectivity to PDSN,MSC,PCf ..Signalling details between these nodes .
    I would be thankful if any of you provide me an overview on this

    Bye
    Rehan

    #39801 Reply
    George
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    The PCF, Packet Control Function, provides RLP, (Radio Link Protocol) termination from the Data Capable Mobiles. In turn, the PCF sets up a R-P tunnel, (Radio-Packet) to the PDSN(Packet Data Serving Node) for A10/A11 traffic. Typically, the PCFs would have a PDSN file to which the mobile can hash to. The PDSNs authenticate the mobile via a AAA server that has profiles set for each mobile(includes the MIN/ESN of the mobile). The PDSN needs to be provisioned with the IP address of the PCFs..

    The MSC(SM/PSU) handles all RLP traffic from the cell from which the call originates in the form of F.Relay SVCs to the PCFs(Sun Servers with T1 interface cards).

    This was an overview & hope it helps.

    #39802 Reply
    Rehan
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    Thanks Gerorge for the Information …IN 3G 1X System the bandwith allocation is Dyanmaic …can u give an Idea how the bandwith distribution takes place ..and the concept of Simple and Mobile IP ..

    Thanks in Advance

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