Mmsc may also support a persistent message store

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MMSC may also support a persistent message store where users can store messages persistently in their MMBoxes. MMSC may rely on the WAP content negotiation mechanism to adapt multimedia messages to the capabilities of receiving devices. MMS Client MMS-enabled mobile devices and which offers the following features: Management of message, notification and reports Message composition Message rendering Configuration of MMS preferences and connectivity parameters Handling of a remote message box Transcoder The MMSC can request an external Transcoder to convert media objects to other content types (content adaptation to recipient capabilities). The Standard Transcoding Interface (STI) bridging the MMSC and the Transcoder is based on: Messages (business logic in the Transcoder) Media objects (business logic in the MMSC) Two classes of degradation due to transcoding activities: Minor degradation Major degradation
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User repository The user directory can be a database internal or external to the MMSC. External repositories are typically implemented as LDAP directories . For large networks, the user repository can hold information for several millions MMS subscribers.
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Mobile communication refers to a form of communication which does not depend on a physical connection between the sender and receiver and who may move from one physical location to another during communication.
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  • Fall '19
  • Universal Mobile Telecommunications System, CDMA2000, Multimedia Messaging Service

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