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These data are used to optimize the resources, performance, and quality of service of the network The data are also used as a marketing tool to determine the types of network services accessed by subscribers Most wireless service providers have implemented a centralized operations center as part of the network to perform the OA&M functions (see Figure 515) The operations center is customized to support and manage the equipment and services specific to the network Communications are supported between the operations center and the other network elements either directly or indirectly through mediating elements OA&M generally encompasses the following functions: 1 Configuration management To control the provisioning, configuration, and modification of the network elements and the functionality within those elements 2 Network engineering To manage the parameters and statistics used to evaluate the efficiency of the wireless system
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Figure 515 Typically, a centralized operations center controls the telecommunications network elements
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3 Network change control To manage changes in network elements while the network is operating 4 Circuit management To control the inter-MSC trunks (ie, trunks directly between adjacent MSCs) in the network to support intersystem handoffs 5 Fault management To reduce the number of network element failures as well as minimize the effects of a particular failure 6 Performance management To evaluate and report on the behavior of equipment and the effectiveness and efficiency of network systems, services, and elements 7 Overload control To manage traffic overload conditions at the network elements Note that OA&M functions are almost always implementation dependent The functions listed here are only the most general categories of functions; many other OA&M functions are performed within the wireless telecommunications network
Terrestrial Transmission Facilities Management
Terrestrial transmission facilities management is a broad category of functions that manages the physical means of providing voice and data communications services to wireless subscribers These functions manage the wire-based trunk and line types and support the physical rates and encoding of the trunks and lines associated with the switching system (ie, the MSC) The management of these facilities and resources is beyond the scope of the ANSI-41 standard except in the case of interMSC trunks supporting intersystem handoff
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Introduction to Wireless Functionality
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Introduction to Wireless Functionality
The typical scope of transmission facilities management functionality includes digital transmission functions for both bearer and signaling channels This is true even for analog AMPS-based systems since the analog voice can be digitally encoded for transmission across T-1 facilities The primary characteristics for digital transmission channels include the following: 1 Selection of speech vocoding and data interworking techniques (since transmission rates and encoding schemes on radio channels are different from terrestrial transmission channels) 2 Selection of transmission modes (eg, voice, data, etc) 3 Companding techniques These characteristics apply to particular channels and for particular call types They are dependent on the physical wire-line facilities and the types of bearer and signaling communications supported by the MSC
Summary of ANSI-41 Functional Scope
This chapter presented a comprehensive overview of the basic functions required to operate a wireless telecommunications network The ANSI41 standard provides signaling in the form of intersystem operations to support a subset of these functions This section provided an outline of the functions supported by ANSI-41 only The protocol details of the ANSI-41 mobile application part (MAP) are described in subsequent chapters
Wireless Network Functions Addressed by ANSI-41
As discussed previously, there are five generic categories of communications functions that provide, support, and enable subscriber mobility in the wireless telecommunications network ANSI-41 provides many, but not all, of the functions in each of these categories Table 51 shows the functions supported by ANSI-41
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