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A REVIEW PAPER ON GSM SECURITY AND ENCRYPTION


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International Journal for Innovative Research in Science & Technology
Conference : V-IMPACT-2016
Year of Publication : 2016
Authors : Nikita Sharma ; Manish Yadav

Citation:

Nikita Sharma and Manish Yadav. "A REVIEW PAPER ON GSM SECURITY AND ENCRYPTION." International Journal for Innovative Research in Science & Technology . (2016): 88-90.



Abstract:

GSM would be the identity of the standardization party established with 1982 to produce a typical American mobile mobile phone normal that would come up with specs for a pan-European mobile cell radio stations technique managing with nine hundred MHz. It is estimated that quite a few nations around the world over and above The European Union may subscribe to the actual GSM partnership. Cell is probably the most effective increasing and lot stressful telecom applications. Throughout the progression involving cell telecom, a variety of techniques happen to be produced with no the benefit of standardized specs. This introduced quite a few issues directly linked to compatibility, in particular with the progress involving electronic digital radio stations technological innovation. The GSM normal is supposed to address most of these issues. The GSM features encountered slow changes that leaded to several variations like GSM1800, HSCSD (High Pace Enterprise Switched Data), ADVANTAGE (Enhanced Information prices pertaining to GSM Evolution), as well as GPRS (General Supply Radio stations Service). The GSM changes are generally continued to help 3G techniques like UMTS. It can be presumed how the GSM features quite a few inherent safety faults and many involving it is safety faults are generally tackled in the upper years like UMTS. However, quite a few staff in particular in the building nations around the world remains while using standard GSM multilevel that succumbs to several safety faults.


Keywords:

SIM, GSM, HLR, MSC, Encryption, Decryption


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