GSM/EDGE: A mobile communications system determined to stay

@inproceedings{Gerstacker2011GSMEDGEAM,
  title={GSM/EDGE: A mobile communications system determined to stay},
  author={Wolfgang H. Gerstacker and Robert Schober and Raimund Meyer and Frank Obernosterer and Michael A. Ruder and Hans Kalveram},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract The Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) is still the most successful mobile communications system worldwide. During the last decade, major steps have been taken towards an improvement of GSM with respect to performance and spectral efficiency. To serve the increasing demands of more and more users for higher data rates, significant efforts are made towards a further evolution of GSM. The standard extension Voice Services over Adaptive Multi-User Channels (VAMOS) has been… CONTINUE READING
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