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Cellular Network GSM

Mr. John is a user of abc Telecom and lives in Newyork. He is a Marketing Manager in a pharmaceutical company and often goes out of city or out of country for his job assignments. He is always in connection with his colleagues and family members when he is out of city or out country. Your task is to tell the type of roaming, role of both the VLR and HLR in the given cases.
1) When Mr. John Moves from newyork to Miami for job assignment
2) When Mr.John Moves from USA to UK for job assignment

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This is an odd post.

This is a discussion forum and not where folk receive tasks.

If I were to guess this is from some homework assignment so you left out the class professor, class title and what reference materials the class uses.

Or this is a shill for spam.

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I think it's neither.

I think OP is just testing us. I got an "F" on OP's last post. I am going to give myself a "Z" this time, hehe.

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I'm gonna fail!

While I know something about the topic, even what I know is dated and I'd have to get on Google Scholar to brush up.

My bet is this is not a test at all but some prelude to a new member to swoop in and share the book or course (operators are standing by to take your order) where one can get the answer or training.

But hey, I see way too much spam and shills so I'm going to think that. Grin

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