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An Experiment of Dependability and Performance of GSM Access to Fixed Data Network

@inproceedings{Laamanen1995AnEO,
  title={An Experiment of Dependability and Performance of GSM Access to Fixed Data Network},
  author={Heimo Laamanen},
  year={1995}
}
Recent developments in mobile computing have created new possibilities for mobile offices. Int egration of wireline and wireless networking lays a new foundation for services available in traditional fixed computer networks almost everywhere. However, in tegration of a wireless wide area network (WWAN) and a fixed data network raises several technical questions including dependability and performance. An experiment was carried out at Digital Equipment Cor p ation Oy (Finland). The goals of this… 
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