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Study on the 3GPP International Standard for M2M Communication Networks
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 Title & Authors
Study on the 3GPP International Standard for M2M Communication Networks
Hwang, Jin-ok; Lee, Sang-Gi;
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 Abstract
This study is investigated for M2M Communication Network Standard based on 3GPP. The environment of M2M communication, we can predict the new mobile service that gathering, handling, controlling, transferring of the data for Intelligence, so that we can consider new direction for a lot of subject of study development issue. This study is shown three types of M2M network structure and four types of use cases on 3GPP International Standard. In Addition, we can introduce the future M2M communication network model, it can be propagate the industry and academic cooperation with 3GPP standards. The suggestion develops multiple applications and multiple devices for industry and academic. With the deployment of network provider, this environment support our current communication market that the standard devices of M2M network and service requirement. We are suggest this study for grasp the initial market with the intellectual property right (IPR) based on International Standards. In the future, we wish the success that grap the initial market or initial academic study with helpful issue.
 Keywords
M2M;MTC;Machine to Machine;3GPP;
 Language
Korean
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