Technical Seminar Report on Wireless Intelligent Network

Introduction to Technical Seminar Topic on Wireless Intelligent Network:

It is the wireless network developed by the standard committee of telecommunication industry. It used advanced technology for the intelligent network. The main aim of such network is to deploy the new service in to present technology, attract telecom vendors, develop mobile network that can overcome the limitation of the wired applications. Now operators can customized there service as they want and can attract more and more clients to it network. There are many changes that have taken place in the networks.

POTS: this service was used in the late 1960s.

SPC:it was updating of POTS. It uses switching systems that are programmable and the logic used is hard wired.

CCSN: it was used in the 1970s.  They use packets links and packet data for signaling the data.

CCS: it introduced the trunks between the switching systems and caller ID that is the information of the client.

This service is also known as 800 services which always offer new service to be added. It is based on the IP, SCP or SN.

WIN services:

–          Automatic time and bill management.

–          Routing of calls

–          Call tracing if necessary

–          Identification of client and processing incoming and outgoing calls.

–          Voice controlling, also includes hot line.

Functions: ACF: it provide authentication to the data service and service logic. CCF: it provides switching capabilities that consist of incoming and outgoing calls. LRFV: it provides mobility to the uses and manages the service logic functions. MACF:it stores the data of the subscribers that user the services.

This is the intelligent network that uses switching technique. It uses resources nicely and provides best services like text- to- speech conversion and speech recognition. Services are deployed very fast.

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