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MTSO

(Mobile Telephone Switching Office) An operations center that connects the landline PSTN system to the mobile phone system. It is also responsible for compiling call information for billing and handing off calls from one cell to another.
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A comparison of the ChemDAQ electrochemical sensor, the MTSO basic silica gel cartridge and MTS CARB/ PDMS SPME fiber methods are shown in the Table 1.
Through the control channel, the MTSO performs an intricate procedure to grant access to the network and to transmit the call [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].
The MTSO is the network's brain, the central computer that controls the hundreds of thousands of communications occurring within its service area (delineated by a cluster of base stations).
Before this service can be offered by the cellular service providers, however, they will have to make a hardware and software investment in their MTSO and their network of cell sites.
In a statement, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the southern province of Mersin (MTSO) said that the decision of Syrian government has taken effect.
As a part of the investment, an USD80m Mobile Telephone Switching Office (MTSO) was built outside Cincinnati, through which calls and data transmissions from southwestern Ohio are processed and permanent backup generators were installed at an additional 91 Ohio cell sites to ensure network functionality during times of crisis.
The cellular system is made up of three major elements, the cell site, the Mobile Telephone Switching Office (MTSO) and the control center.
The new South Florida Mobile Telephone Switching Office (MTSO) is a 45,000 sq ft facility located in west Broward County.
A central computer (the Mobile Telephone Switching Office, or MTSO) monitors your signal strength at both locations.
The 45,000 sq ft Mobile Telephone Switching Office (MTSO), to be located in west Broward County, will serve as the main call-processing hub for South Florida, serving an area from Key West to Broward County.