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Name of Speaker,

Title and Organization

Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) GSC-15

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IMT Standardization Highlights

  • TIA continues to actively support the ITU IMT Standardization Activities

    • Develop Inter-working standards which allows IMT-2000 technologies to seamlessly interact with other technologies.

    • Provide input on IMT-2000 technology based on ITU-R inquiries. Addresses ITU-T inquiries, when necessary.

    • IMT-Advanced Technology: Although Committee TR-45 did not provide an IMT-Adv Technology, TIA remained actively engaged in this process by creating an IMT-EVALUATION Group to review and provide technical input on other IMT-Advanced Technologies, Peter Nurse, Chair.

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Continual updates are provided in support of ITU IMT Standardization Activities.

Provide input/updates on ITU-R M.1801, M.1457-9, M.1457-10, and soon to be M.1457-11.

Significant updates to M.1457-10 included:

Signaling Test Specification for E-UTRAN – cdma2000 Connectivity and Interworking

Minimum performance updates for 1x, HRPD and UMB

Updates to Revision M.1580/M.1581 (Unwanted emissions specification of IMT-2000 BS and MS).

Updates to Revision M.2039 (Characteristics of IMT-2000 Systems for Frequency Sharing/Interface Analyses)

Review of Compatibility Study of BWA Characteristics for Compatibility Studies with Fixed-Satellite Service Systems in the 3,400-4,200 MHz band.

IMT Standardization Highlights


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Continual updates: Standardization Activities.

Review of Study Questions ITU-R 250/2 (Mobile Wireless Access (MWA) Systems supporting ubiquitous sensors across large areas.

Review of F.2086 (Characteristics and Applications of Broadband Wireless Access in the Fixed Service).

In conjunction with TR-45.8, provided

Correspondence with ITU-T SWG2 on Civil Alerting

Update of ITU-R SG13 Q.1742.8

IMT Standardization Highlights


Highlight of current activities 1

Recently Completed TR-45.5 Work Items Standardization Activities.

Over The Air Interoperability Specification For cdma2000 Air Interface

E-UTRAN – cdma2000 HRPD Connectivity and Inter-working Air Interface Specification

WiMAX™ – HRPD Inter-working Specification

EVRC Revision D and associated software distribution

EVRC Revision D minimum performance requirements

Position Location

Signaling Conformance Specification for cdma2000 1x, HRPD and LTE Interworking

Highlight of Current Activities (1)

  • Recently Completed TR-45.5 Work Items

    • HRPDRevision C (HRPD Enhancements)

    • VoIP Codecs and Protocols

    • Signaling Conformance for HRPD

    • cdma2000 Revision E (1x Enhancements)

      • Femtocells,

      • Location,

      • Priority Services

    • Generic Key Exchange Protocol with an emphasis on eHRPD

    • Band Class Specification for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems

Highlight of current activities 2

Recently Completed TR-45.5 Work Items Standardization Activities.

Commercial Mobile Alert Specification over cdma2000 (1x)

TSB58 Development Support for: CMAS, Generic Key Exchange, eHRPD and EVRC


Multimode System Selection (MMSS)

Enhanced System Selection for femto cells



CSIM and RUIM revisions for Open Market Handset (OMH) supported by the CDG

Overview of Select Current Activity

Extended Cell High Rate Packet Data (xHRPD) Air Interface Specification

cdma2000 1x Guidelines: Supporting Revision E Capabilities on Earlier 1x Specifications

Minimum Performance Requirements for Femtocells and Picocells

Highlight of Current Activities (2)

Highlight of current activities 3

Overview of Select Current Activity Standardization Activities.

Band Class (400 MHz, Ancillary Terrestrial Component (ATC L-Band))

HRPD Performance and Conformance Requirements

IP Based Over-the-Air Device Management (IOTA-DM) for cdma2000 Systems

Conformance Specification development for CSIM and RUIM

Overview of Select Current Activity

MPS modifications for Dual Transmitter MS

E-UTRAN – HRPD Interworking Addendum

BCMCS Codecs and Transport Protocols

Highlight of Current Activities (3)

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Emergency Communications Standardization Activities.


Commercial mobile alert service cmas
Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Standardization Activities.


The “Warning, Alert, and Response Network” Act Signed into law on October 13, 2006

Sets in motion the planning for “Commercial Mobile Service” Providers to “voluntarily” send emergency alerts to their subscribers

“Commercial Mobile Service Providers” are considered to be cellular and paging companies.

Only the service is discussed – technology choices are not specified

Thus, Sub-Committees developing these standards have the option of choosing a specific technology

This work is Regional [US based]

Joint development activity between TR-45 [TR-45.5 and TR-45.8] and ATIS to develop CMAS-related specifications common to both groups

Core Standards for 1x cdma2000®1 CMAS air interface documents have completed development and published.

1cdma2000® is the trademark for the technical nomenclature for certain specifications and standards of the Organizational Partners (OPs) of 3GPP2.Geographically (and as of the date of publication), cdma2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA) in the United States.

Commercial mobile alert service cmas1
Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Standardization Activities.

CMAS Reference Architecture for CDMA


Commercial mobile alert service cmas2
Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Standardization Activities.

CMAS Reference Architecture for CDMA

The applicable network entities are represented by squares. The applicable reference points of the CDMA wireless network reference model are represented by circles and are defined in the TIA Wireless Network Reference Model; 2006.

The ‘C’ and ‘E’ reference points are defined in the Commercial Mobile Alert Service Architecture and Requirements Version 1.0, FCC Commercial Mobile Service Alert Advisory Committee.

The reference architecture, as defined herein, is intended to provide a level of abstraction that may facilitate the specification of messages and protocols within.


E911 and priority services
E911 and Priority Services Standardization Activities.

  • Support of granting priority access to cdma2000 services to a government related special class of users.

  • Support identification of emergency calls originated by the mobile station. This indication is passed to the network.

  • Support Multimedia Priority Services for 1x and HRPD

Location Standardization Activities.

  • Continued evolution of location based services

  • Significant updates to Position Location documents, which enhances availability of location based services, e.g., E911.

  • Completing test specifications commences with major position location updates.

  • Improved protocols and procedures to enable mobile station based Advance Forward Link Trilateration (AFLT) for 1x, HRPD, and UMB technologies.

Location Standardization Activities.

More general support for Global Navigation Satellite Systems in addition to GPS, including



Quazi-Zenith Satellite Systems (QZSS)


The protocols can also be extended to systems not yet defined.

Support for Satellite Based Augmentation Systems

American Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS)

European Geostationary 28 Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS)

Indian GPS Aided GEO Augmented Navigation Systems (GAGAN)

29 and Japanese Multi-functional Satellite Augmentation Systems (MSAS)


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Security Standardization Activities.



Security Standardization Activities.

Air-Interface Application Layer Security

Continual review of security related items related to:

cdma2000 1x

High Rate Packet Data (HRPD)

Extended High Rate Packet Data (xHRPD)

Machine-to-machine communications, once it completes the study item phase

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Strategic Direction Standardization Activities.

  • TR45.5 will continue to collaborate with other Standards Organizations and Market Representatives

    • Continued develop of Interworking Specifications in support of other technologies (LTE, WiMAX)

    • Collaborate 3GPP and WiMAX Forum on Interworking

    • Collaborate with 3GPP to develop Signaling Conformance Specifications for Interworking with LTE

  • Partner with 3GPP2 and its Organizational Partners and Marketing Representation Partners

  • Maintain cooperative relationship with Femto Forum and Broadband Forum, in partnership with 3GPP2 as it relates to Femtocells.

  • Work with International Telecommunications Union (ITU)

    • Provide ITU with updates of cdma2000 as IMT-2000 and Broadband Wireless Access (BWA), M.1801 and M.1457

    • In the near term, will provide ITU with input on M2M logistics

  • Collaborate with other Organizations based on industry needs

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Continued enhancements and updates via the IMT-2000 process has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from http://www.cdg.org/).

cdma2000 has more than 500 million 1x subscribers and more than 142 million HRPD subscribers

Since July 8, 2010, 2,353 devices have been introduced into the market

Strategically, the cdma2000 family of standards will continue to:

serve operators well into the next decade,

provide support for a graceful transition to next-generation wireless broadband technologies.

developing solutions to ensure that CDMA2000 devices, networks and roaming provide a seamless usability across cdma2000 and 4G wireless technology platforms.

Strategic Direction


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Strategic Direction has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from

  • TR45.5 will continue to:

    • Develop new technologies and services.

    • Develop standards that enhances the use of:

      • Machine-to-machine, Machine Type Communication and,

      • Smartgrids

    • Support an overall Green Initiative to study ways on developing enhancements for the access terminal and the access network.

    • Study more broadly, beyond what is already supported in the cdma standards, the Green Initiative.

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Challenges has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from

  • Increase capacity while maintaining service quality and system coverage to satisfy market demands

  • Enhance data throughput and reduce latency to accommodate existing and emerging data services

  • Continue to find ways to reduce power consumption for both the terminal and infrastructure.

  • Continue to meet industry requirements for emerging markets

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Next Steps/Actions has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from

  • Continue to develop new technologies and services for the cdma2000 industry.

  • Recognize and acknowledge emerging markets and continue to develop key requirements and feature enhancements for such markets.

  • Innovate and improve existing systems in TIA TR-45.5

  • Work closely with regulatory bodies to provide solutions for:

    • location services,

    • emergency notification,

    • new frequency plans,

    • other governmental services.

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Supplementary Slides has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from

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Subcommittee TR-45.5 has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from

  • TIA Subcommittees continues to develop international standards and have developed joint relations with other standards organizations

    • Subcommittee TR-45.5 develops performance, compatibility and interoperability standards for Spread Spectrum Digital wireless access systems supporting international, public, non-public, or residential mobile and personal communications.

    • These standards apply to service definition, mobile and portable station equipment, base station equipment, ancillary apparatus, as covered by applicable Parts of the FCC Rules.

    • Continue to provide input to ITU-Radiocommunications Division.

    • Developed joint standards with ATIS WTSC

    • TR-45.5, in partnership with 3GPP2, has a cooperative relationship with the Femto Forum and Broadband Forum.

Smart grids
Smart Grids has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from

Submitted System Characteristics of cmda2000 1x and HRPD (including xHRPD) to Priority Action Plan 2 of Smart Grid Interoperability Panel.

Submitted an analysis of the PAP2 Smart Grid use cases showing 1x and HRPD capabilities to handle specific traffic flows from these cases.


Extended high rate packet data xhrpd
Extended High Rate Packet Data (xHRPD) has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from

  • Along with other features, xHRPD will address

    • Satellite Communications (Hybrid)

    • Machine-to-machine Communications

Machine to machine
Machine-to-Machine has allowed significant advantages for cdma. A few quick facts are noted (based on information from

Study item on m2m communication result in recommendation for better enhancements in support of m2m.