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Dynamic Recharge Systems with Efficient Bandwidth Utilization for Mobile Network Using Agent Technology

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The advent of wireless communication technology has brought a new dimension to telecommunication. Consequently, handheld devices can now be used to perform basic operations like wired counterparts if not more. Wireless communication technology like the Global System for Mobile Telecommunication (GSM) has been a celebrated saga the world over, and has thus become expedient that services provided by them should be readily available to the end-users without limitations like highways, remote locations as long as there exist signal coverage in the area. This paper proposes a mobile agent based recharging system for the GSM networks. The aim is to provide a dynamic and flexible way of recharging the system (device) even where recharge cards are not physically available. It is also meant to conserve power and bandwidth utilization by taking the confirmation processes off the mobile clients using the intermittent connectivity method of query processing and sending the feedback.

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http://journal.ibsu.edu.ge/index.php/ibsusj/article/view/85

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