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dedicated control channel (mobile communications) (DCCH)

The Dedicated Control Channel (DCCH) is one of three logical organization channels of the signaling channel( Dm) in GSM networks.

It essentially corresponds to the D channel in ISDN and can exist in three different forms: As a Standalone Dedicated Control Channel( SDCCH), as a Slow Associated Control Channel( SACCH) and as a Fast Associated Control Channel( FACCH).

Channel distribution of the GSM channels

Channel distribution of the GSM channels

The SDCCH is used to transmit the signaling data for the destination network and the channel number of the traffic channel used to the radio telephone.

The Associated Control Channel( ACCH) is a control channel that exists only if a traffic channel has been assigned to the subscriber. This channel is used to transmit additional messages during an existing connection and to control the handover with the base station.

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Englisch: dedicated control channel (mobile communications) - DCCH
Updated at: 16.03.2008
#Words: 133
Links: channel, data mobile (Dm), global system for mobile communications (GSM), D channel, integrated services digital network (ISDN)
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