IN & CAMEL (with pre-paid)
his course explains the role that the IN concept and CAMEL play in allowing effective control of services and features in modern telecommunication networks.
Over the two days potential services and applications are discussed and used to illustrate the value that both IN and CAMEL can bring to both operators and users. Specifically, the role and operation of CAMEL in mobile Prepaid solutions.
A clear explanation is given of the Intelligent Network Application Part (INAP), Mobile Application Part (MAP), and CAMEL Application Part (CAP) and how they interact with Call Control Protocols (ISDN User Part – ISUP) to provide control of the overall service. Examples are used throughout to illustrate different call and service scenarios.
Why should you attend this course?
Attend this highly regarded 2-day technology programme and you will be able to:
- Understand the advantages of IN for the provision of advanced services and name 5 potential services provided by IN techniques
- Draw the standard IN Architecture and use signalling flow diagrams to demonstrate how IN can be used to enable advanced services
- Debate the main problems providing IN techniques alongside Mobility within common SS7 network
- Draw the standard CAMEL and use signalling flow diagrams to show how CAMEL features can be used to enable advanced operator-specific services whilst roaming
- Understand the main charging mechanisms within the CAMEL feature
- Illustrate typical CAMEL signalling flows for Mobile Originated, Mobile Terminated and Mobile Forwarded Services
- State three advantages of CAMEL over other prepaid solutions.
- Services in Modern Networks
- Intelligent Networks
- Basic GSM and UMTS Operation
- CAMEL – Introducing IN into Mobile Networks
- CAMEL – the Architecture and Protocols
- The Evolving Mobile Network
Who Should Attend this Course?
This course is suitable for anyone looking to gain a thorough understanding of the technologies involved and the role Intelligent Networks and CAMEL play in the provision of advanced services in modern telecommunications networks.
An appreciation of modern telecommunications and in particular the role of signalling would be beneficial.