The Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) is among the most widely used cellular technology throughout the world. GSM is utilized for a number of uses, but mainly for voice communication and SMS. Security is essential for Global System for Mobile Communications GSM. The security consists of elements utilized to shield the numerous stakeholders, for example service providers & subscribers. In this project, we will discuss: Security Attacks, Cryptographic Protection Methods, Mobile Station (MS), Cryptanalytical Attacks against GS, etc.
In this project we are going to talk about a policy based mobile base unit (MBU) control system that makes use of OSGi framework which is a type of service oriented architecture. We will also discuss about OSGi framework layer model and OSGi services. The Mobile Base Unit (MBU) performs as a gateway between a body area network and the network employed by health providers.
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) is a commonly implemented wireless access technology which involves performing huge correlations in real-time, notably at the receiver. Most baseband receivers are thus integrated in hardware to match this prerequisite. At the same time, the wireless technologies
Modern operating systems need to be extensible and versatile. What this means is that the operating system should certainly accept new behaviour and alter present behaviour without too much difficulties and that it should preferably have the ability to get this done
Participatory sensing is a rising and promising field, which utilizes traditional mobile wireless sensors to gather data. However, because of the randomness of its participants, it is necessary to deploy wireless sensors in the sensing area at the same time, in order
Currently, code-division multiple access (CDMA) technique continues to be a dominant air-interface technology for personal wireless communication systems. Mobile communication systems based on CDMA is always subject to multiple access interference (MAI) problem due to the difficulty in maintaining orthogonality of CDMA signals in a mobile environment.
Motivated by the vision that mobile computing devices will certainly comprise the vast majority of the long run computing devices, new technology and frameworks arrive to facilitate the creation of extremely interactive mobile internet applications. Those applications are known as rich web applications. This project is focused on a part of those. Particularly the net enabled widget. Widgets are little computer applications which carry out a single task and decreases the threshold of knowledge needed for developing them.
A couple of study themes relevant to query processing in data intensive applications are shown within this project. The first one is related to database concurrency control in mobile computing settings and the other relates to operator scheduling in data stream devices.
Heavy growth in wireless communication technology has made it possible for mobile wireless devices to access multimedia resources over the Internet. However, there is a major problem in supporting multimedia streaming in the Internet, the streaming protocol used tends to take bandwidth
Mobile computing systems are playing a more and more important role in everyday life and applications based on both local and wide area distributed wireless networks are being launched all the time. One of the more challenging applications is real-time traffic navigation,