Information Dissemination Through Mobile Devices

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1.Broad Subject : -
With the advent of the Internet and the plurality and variety of fancy applications it brought with it, the demand for more advanced services on cellular phones is increasingly becoming urgent.
With digitalization, the difference between telecommunication and computer networking is fading and the same technologies are used in both fields. However, the convergence does not progress as rapidly as expected. Moving applications and services from one field to the other has proven to be very difficult or in many cases impossible. The explanation is that although the technologies in use are rather similar there are crucial differences in architecture and concepts. The paper starts with a study of how wireless carriers can offer services that allow information to be “pushed “ to your phone or accessed from your phone such as travel , city guide , top hotels , top hospitals , top cinema halls, ATM centers etc .

Using IP SMS technology we are planning to send or receive a larger number of SMS messages, it is worth to consider using the Internet. Over the Internet (or over a private IP network, such as a leased line), it is possible to connect directly to the GSM operator's SMS Center (SMSC).Whenever our customers sends a message, it is first received by SMS gateway at service providers end. The service provider route all these messages through their gateway to the application. It could be SMPP, UCP or CIMD protocols. The server automatically response to the query & no manual intervention is required. In short an SMS gateway ‘SMS-enables’ systems, websites and applications. It immediately enables multicast messaging to any front end or legacy system, with direct connection into the gateway. In order to use this option, first we need to sign a contract with GSM service providers, to get direct access to its SMSC. The SMSC is responsible for receiving, storing and delivering the SMS messages in a GSM telephone network. The benefits of direct connection to this service are great.

2.Area of Specialization: - Mobile Networking.

3.Principal Investigator : -

Name: Poonam G. Kadam

Sex: Female

Date of Birth: 31st May 1984

Qualification : B.E. (Computer Sci.)

Designation: Lecturer

Mobile No. 9766146261

4.I) Project Title : -

Information Dissemination through Mobile Devices

II) Introduction
Origin of Research problem : -

Although voice communication is a big success, there is still demand for services through SMS. Most wireless carriers now allow services such as weather, stock quotes, news, traffic and sport updates. But phones have more potential to actually consume useful services like providing information such as travel , city guide , top hotels , top hospitals , ATM centers etc in specific areas with inter-operatability and in more user-friendly way. In today’s fast world everyone should be in touch with recent and accurate data. It would be highly tedious and hectic to use internet for proper information every time it is required. In addition to this search engines generally do not performs meaningful search.

Review of Research & development in the subject

International Status
SMS has seen unprecedented growth in the last few years. In Europe SMS has already crossed three billion messages per month mark. The current figures and future projections in the European market below, clearly demonstrate the popularity of SMS in Europe. The international figures are not much different.

The first short message was sent in December 1992 from a Personal Computer (PC) to a mobile phone on the Vodafone GSM network in the UK In many parts of Europe people are spending more on SMS as compared to voice services. In Germany, UK, and Italy, SMS is very popular and the popularity especially among young people continues to rise.

Developments like WAP and SIM toolkit are greatly helping to increase the message usage. SMS can...
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