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Mobile communications network

Dunlop, J. (2005) Mobile communications network. H04Q007/20.

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Abstract

A mobile communications network (20) comprises a local exchange (24) or mobile switching center effectively connected to a plurality of cell site switches (22), each cell site switch (22) being effectively connected to a cluster (14) of base station transceivers (13). The connection between each cell site switch (22) and the respective cluster (14) is formed by a common bus (21) to which each base station transceiver (13) in the cluster and the pertaining cell site switch (22) is directly connected.