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Third Generation Mobile Communication Systems Ing. Raul Bruzzone ORT University Montevideo - URUGUAY Who is participating in this Course? The participants of the Course are kindly invited to introduce themselves, expressing: Name Company, Academic Organization or Institution Department

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Third Generation

Mobile

Communication Systems

Ing. Raul Bruzzone

ORT University

Montevideo - URUGUAY


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Who is participating in this Course?

The participants of the Course are kindly invited to introduce themselves, expressing:

  • Name

  • Company, Academic Organization or Institution

  • Department

  • And to comment on the following question:

    • What I would like to receive from the Course ?

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Introduction

This course is a detailed technical description of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) mobile communication systems, including cdmaOne, cdma2000 and UMTS.

The largest part of the course is dedicated to Third Generation Mobile Communication Systems.

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Contents

1. Course Overview

2. Mobile Radio Propagation

3. Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)

4. cdmaOne (IS-95B)

5. UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network Architecture (UTRA)

6. UTRA Physical Layer

7. UTRA Communication Protocol

8. Opportunity Driven Multiple Access (ODMA)

9. cdma2000

10. Wireless Access Protocol

11. Strategic Vision of Third Generation Systems

12. Market Perspective

Conclusion


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Reference for

this Slide

Date of Release

of the Course

Slide

Number

Slides Structure

L2_3



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Brief History of Mobile Communication Systems

  • 1979: AMPS is introduced in the USA

  • 1981: NMT is introduced in Scandinavia

  • 1982: CEPT creates Group Special Mobile (GSM)

  • 1986: Nine GSM technical proposals are presented

  • 1989: Digital AMPS (DAMPS) is standardized in USA

  • 1991: First GSM networks are launched

  • 1996: IS-95 CDMA is standardized in USA

  • 1997: 200 GSM networks, 109 countries, 44 million users

  • 1998: Five proposals for UMTS radio are presented

  • 1999: ITU-R releases IMT-2000 radio specifications

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Spreading of Multimedia Services

  • During the 90’s, Internet became a public service with widespread consumer acceptance (More than 1 million Internet subscribers in France).

  • In addition to Text and Fixed Images, Internet provides audio and video. For example:

    • Real Audio

    • CuSeeMee Video Conference

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Conclusions

  • Following the success of analog and digital mobile communication services, the next step is centered on

  • High-speed Wireless Internet and Multi-media Services

  • 3G networks are the support for this new generation of Mobile Services

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Relative Characteristics of Communication Systems

MOBILITY

MOBILE

PORTABLE

FIXED

DATA RATE

9.6 Kbps

2 Mbps


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ISDN

B-ISDN

Relative Characteristics of Communication Systems

MOBILITY

MOBILE

PORTABLE

FIXED

DATA RATE

9.6 Kbps

2 Mbps


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Second

Generation

CORDLESS

ISDN

B-ISDN

Relative Characteristics of Communication Systems

MOBILITY

MOBILE

PORTABLE

FIXED

DATA RATE

9.6 Kbps

2 Mbps


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Third

Generation

(IMT-2000)

Second

Generation

CORDLESS

ISDN

B-ISDN

Relative Characteristics of Communication Systems

MOBILITY

MOBILE

PORTABLE

FIXED

DATA RATE

9.6 Kbps

2 Mbps


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Third

Generation

(IMT-2000)

Second

Generation

MBS

CORDLESS

WLAN

ISDN

B-ISDN

Relative Characteristics of Communication Systems

MOBILITY

MOBILE

PORTABLE

FIXED

DATA RATE

9.6 Kbps

2 Mbps


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End of the Introduction


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Coming Next ...

Mobile Radio Propagation

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