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Coligulus
(@coligulus)
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Seminar on GSM Standards

The purpose of this poll is to gauge peoples interest in attending a seminar on GSM standards. If an event were scheduled would you or your colleagues be interested in attending?

Should there be enough interest and the event seems viable then potentially it can be something which is organised for later this year.

For those people who select the option 'I might be interested in attending' it would be really helpful if you could post in this thread and suggest anything which may help you be more interested. i.e. is the location something which may affect your decision, or perceived cost etc.

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Posted : 19/03/2010 1:26 pm
dngroen
(@dngroen)
Member

I would be interested in this but will there be reduced rates for students? As this is the biggest barrier for me.

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Posted : 19/03/2010 3:19 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
Community Legend

dngroen our aim is that sponsors pay for the venue, food etc, so all you have to do pre-register (which costs you nothing) when the form is prepared, with the objective that financially there will be no charge for being a delegate at the one-day conference (subject to getting sponsors obviously) other than you paying for your own travel to get there and back.

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Posted : 19/03/2010 6:49 pm
dngroen
(@dngroen)
Member

In which case I am definitely interested.

Dominic

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Posted : 19/03/2010 7:02 pm
Jamie
(@jamie)
Community Legend

Greg, I've responded to your LinkedIn discussion on this topic (I don't know if you get a notification or not)

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Posted : 19/03/2010 7:43 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
Community Legend

Hi Jamie
I haven't been back to Linkedin and hadn't seen anything in my email inbox, but will check it now.
Greg

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Posted : 19/03/2010 7:50 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
Community Legend

I appreciate you are all busy and this is just a reminder about Coligulus' Poll concering a Seminar on GSM Standards, free of charge.

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Posted : 22/03/2010 6:44 pm
EBWahlberg
(@ebwahlberg)
Junior Member

I would be very interested but I am assuming that this will take place in the UK.

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Posted : 22/03/2010 9:19 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
Community Legend

I would be very interested but I am assuming that this will take place in the UK.

This first Seminar is in the UK, yes.

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Posted : 23/03/2010 5:13 am
triran
(@triran)
Member

This gets my vote (eventually!)

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Posted : 23/03/2010 4:37 pm
Redcelica67
(@redcelica67)
Active Member

my vote too (already replied on Linkedin too)

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Posted : 23/03/2010 11:47 pm
jhup
 jhup
(@jhup)
Community Legend

Make one in the US, and I will be there.

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Posted : 24/03/2010 5:42 am
triran
(@triran)
Member

Make one in the US, and I will be there.

If someone paid for it, I am sure it could be done.

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Posted : 24/03/2010 11:36 am
trewmte
(@trewmte)
Community Legend

Seminar on GSM Standards

Objectives
Upon completion of the seminar, the participant should
• Understand the GSM Standards development and legal references
• Be aware of GSM system standards relevant to the examination or investigation
• Have an awareness of GSM interfaces to comprehend symbiotic relationships for call/data tracing
• To know where to look to attribute identity conventions
• Know availability of standards

There are five presentation modules

1) Introduction

2) GSM System Standards

3) GSM Specified Interfaces (10 + 1)

4) Identifier Conventions

5) Access to Standards

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Posted : 03/04/2010 9:42 am
trewmte
(@trewmte)
Community Legend

It doesn't appear easy to take in the mobile telephone technical standards and that the numerous standards that are out there add an additional layer of perceived complexity.

To address this particular matter and demonstrate that dealing with technical standards is far easier than is imagined, as part of the presentation at the Seminar on GSM Standards, diagrams will be shown that reference common elements dealt with during examination. The diagrams are to demonstrate that it is far easier to address technical issues starting with a GSM perspective than it is jumping in at the deep end trying to understand 3G and work backwards.

One of the illustrations to be presented at the Seminar (shown below) relates to UICC with SIM and USIM environments. At the Seminar the illustration will be completed with identification of the relevant technical standards that should ease perceived complexity issues with UICC with SIM/USIM environment using this identification process.

UICC with SIM/USIM environments there are over 80 standards that can be referred to, but an examiner only need start with knowing approximately 20 technical standards at first instance and then expand into the other standards. Be sure of what I am saying here. You need to know the standards that exist and have a copy. Reading standards is not though a matter the Seminar will be addressing, but some helpful tips will be provided.

With GSM SIM there are over 40 standards that can be referred to, but knowing approximately 8 technical standards to start with can help kick start getting to the other standards and the realisation that dealing with technical standards need not be a daunting task at all, particularly as acquiring majority of the standards are free, as well.

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Posted : 09/04/2010 7:24 pm
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