Wireless Communications Security:Security of Wireless Systems
by J. T. J. PenttinenResource proposed by Milena Bigatto in the book category.
Domain of interest: Technical
This chapter describes the security architecture of the most relevant modern wireless and mobile systems, with the main weight on 3rd Generation Partnership Program (3GPP) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802 networks. The security aspects of satellite systems, special systems represented by terrestrial trunked radio (TETRA) and broadcast networks are discussed, as well as local wireless connectivity. The subscriber identity module (SIM) provides high security as a basis for the communications. The benefits of the SIM card are, e.g. the safety functions, interoperability with in principle any Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) phone and network, and the flexible adding and removing of services. The chapter presents key aspects of the interoperability of 3GPP and non 3GPP networks, WiFi Offload, Simultaneous Voice and Long Term Evolution (SVLTE), signalling during location updates and in typical roaming scenarios. It also presents examples and identifies potential security issues during the interoperability procedures.
|Author||J. T. J. Penttinen|