Data signaling functions for a cellular mobile telephone system

@article{Hachenburg1977DataSF,
  title={Data signaling functions for a cellular mobile telephone system},
  author={V. Hachenburg and B Holm and J.I. Smith},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
  year={1977},
  volume={26},
  pages={82-88}
}
The Bell System is proposing to provide high capacity mobile telephone service in the 850-MHz band via a cellular system that employs frequency reuse within a geographic area. In this system, mobile units respond to orders received from base station sites, which are in turn controlled by data links from a telephone central office. Since all phases of the mobile telephone call, including call setup, handoff between base stations, and disconnect require extensive data signaling, a reliable data… 

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