Citations with the tag: CELL phone systems -- Standards
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- Proposed Asian cellular standard.
// Computing Japan; Mar1997, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p34
Reports on the Japanese Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications' (MPT) agreement with Korean and Chinese governments to form an Asian alliance aimed at setting up the standard for next-generation cellular phones. First research gathering in Beijing, China in December 1996.
- Who says we need a revolution?
Mullen, James // America's Network; 4/15/94, Vol. 98 Issue 8, p58
Focuses on the debate concerning the market's choice of cellular transmission technique. Time division multiple access (TDMA); Code division multiple access (CDMA); Efficient spectrum use and personal communications services; Deployment; Consumer as the final judge. INSET: Motorola banks on...
- Deadline Looms for 3G Specs.
Zuckerman, Amy // Electronic News (10616624); 03/13/2000, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p12
Focuses on the deadline for the approval of specifications for third-generation cellular phones in 2000. Expected decision of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS); Predicted impact of the specifications; Organizations handling the specifications.
- TIA publishes cellular standard.
Zuckerman, Amy // RCR; 11/30/98, Vol. 17 Issue 48, p41
Reports on the publishing of a standard for cellular telephones by the Telecommunications Industry Association called the `Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for Base Stations Supporting Dual-Mode Spread Spectrum Cellular Mobile Stations'. Terms of the standard.
- Quality time for cellular networks.
Brechtmann, Christian // Telecom Asia; Oct97, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p83
States that the concept of cellular quality of service (QoS) is as complex as the technology involved in building the network. Issues the operator must take into consideration regarding QoS; Setting the right QoS parameters; Sample presentation of call success rate (CSR) statistics based on QoS...
- IT chiefs have no 3G plans.
Favell, Andy // Computer Weekly; 10/3/2002, p3
Reports that the majority of information technology decision-makers have no plans to deploy third-generation mobile technology. Results of a survey of information technology personnel conducted by Enterprise Wireless Technology; Percentage of respondents citing confusion over multiple wireless...
- Qualcomm gets Korean awards for CDMA ASICs.
Favell, Andy // Electronic News (10616624); 6/12/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2069, p6
Cites Qualcomm Inc.'s announcement that it received purchase orders valued at $8 million from LG Information and Communications and Samsung Electronics for ASICs based on its code division multiple access (CDMA) technology. South Korea's selection of CDMA as its national digital cellular...
- TDMA phones a bad choice for U.S.
Machrone, Bill // PC Week; 5/22/95, Vol. 12 Issue 20, p59
Opinion. Cites the interference caused by cellular phones based on time division multiple access (TDMA) in Europe. Electronic equipment that are sensitive to TDMA emissions; Electronic equipment that are impervious to TDMA emissions; Need to improve the technology of TDMA.
- TIA standards target cellular mobile service.
R. E. // Electronic Design; 11/04/96, Vol. 44 Issue 23, p29
Reports on the Telecommunication Industry Association's (TIA) publication of a series of four American National Standards (ANS) aimed at ensuring compatibility between cellular mobile stations and corresponding systems; Key standard TIA/EIA-627; Codec for use at both dual-mode mobile stations...
- Third generation growing pains.
Berendt, Annelise; McClure, Ben // Telecommunications - International Edition; Sep98, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p28
Focuses on challenges facing the adoption of new cellular telephone standards in Europe. Case example of plans to adopt the code division multiple access (CDMA); Evolution of the market according to developments from cellular telephone players.
- Cellular-standard problems are found.
Berendt, Annelise; McClure, Ben // Electronic Design; 9/5/94, Vol. 42 Issue 18, p27
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- CDMA could overtake GSM cellular.
Jodoin, Ray // Electronic News (10616624); 11/11/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2142, p12
No abstract available.
- A refocus on standards.
Crowe, David // Wireless Review; 01/01/98, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p58
Reports on renewed interest in standards by wireless carriers. Radio interface standards; GSM MAP and IS-41 in the arena of network interfaces; Need for standards between wireless systems and wireline systems; Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association; Requirements for roaming, emerging...
- Political fights remain among 3G players.
Luna, Lynnette // RCR; 05/24/99, Vol. 18 Issue 21, p1
Reports on the agreement to pursue a tri-mode Code Division Multiple Access third-generation standard. Encompassing of direct sequence, multi-carrier and Time Division Duplex versions of code division multiple access technology; Infighting among the players.
- TIA publishes standards for over-the-air services.
Luna, Lynnette // RCR; 09/20/99, Vol. 18 Issue 38, p90
Reports on the Telecommunications Industry Association's publication of an interim standard entitled `Cellular Radiotelecommunications Intersystem Operations-Over-the-Air-Service Provisioning and Parameter Administration. Coverage of the document.
- It takes a village.
Dano, Mike // RCR Wireless News; 4/30/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 18, p1
Provides information on the Wireless Village, an initiative of several telecommunication companies to set specification and create supporters for instant messaging and presence standards. Importance of the initiative; Response of the market; Benefits to mobile telephone users.
- CTIA pursues calling party pays.
Dano, Mike // Telephony; 03/02/98, Vol. 234 Issue 9, p20
Reports on the efforts of the cellular phone industry in the United States urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adopt a standard for placing cellular calls. Importance of a standard to avoid confusions in billing and interstate requirements.
- Nokia Contemplates Handset Rescue.
Albright, Peggy // Wireless Week; 05/14/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 20, p5
Discusses the plan of Nokia company to implement a network software patch in its code division multiple access (CDMA)-enabled mobile telephones in an effort to synchronize compatibility with third generation mobile handsets. Reasons behind the decision of Nokia to implement a network software...
- Regulatory roundup.
Albright, Peggy // InfoWorld; 06/01/98, Vol. 20 Issue 22, p52
Reports on the International Telecommunication Union meeting held in Geneva, Switzerland in May 1998 concerning the creation of a standard that would allow global roaming for mobile-phone users. Agreements made among participating nations.
- Airing the standards debate.
Shankar, Bhawani // Telecommunications - International Edition; Oct97, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p41
Focuses on the battle between the global systems for mobile (GSM) communication and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA IS-95) mobile telephone standards. Hesitance of mobile telephone operators to commit to one cellular system; Reasons behind the early adoption of GSM; Use of CDMA in military...
- Bill would set service standards.
Silva, Jeffrey; Weaver, Heather Forsgren // RCR Wireless News; 2/5/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p1
Reports that United States Representative Anthony Weiner is planning to reintroduce legislation that sets mobile-phone service standards and directs the Federal Communications Commission to monitor wireless consumer complaints.
Silva, Jeffrey; Weaver, Heather Forsgren // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 3/5/1999, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p24
Focuses on the companies which offered bids to establish a global standard for mobiles (GSM) for the cellular telephone network of Jordan Telecommunications Co.
- Six CALEA Punch List Items Upheld.
Carlson, Caron // Wireless Week; 08/30/99, Vol. 5 Issue 35, p1
Reports on the announcement made by the United States Federal Communications Commission regarding the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act's requirement for the cellular telecommunications industry to upgrade network standards. Comments from Cellular Telecommunications Industry...
- FAST TALKERS.
IOZZIO, CORINNE // Popular Science; Mar2011, Vol. 278 Issue 3, p34
The article offers brief information on several devices using Verizon's Long-Term Evolution (LTE) network, including a 4G-Enabled Galaxy Tablet by Samsung, Motorola's Droid Bionic 4G mobile device, and Novatel Wireless' 4G LTE MiFi 4510 wireless device.
- 3GPP standardizes femtos.
IOZZIO, CORINNE // Wireless Asia; May/Jun2009, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p8
The article reports on the move of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) mobile standards group to publish the first standards for femtocells, which will be included with 3GPP's Release 8 for Long Term Evolution (LTE). According to the Femto Forum, the new standard will allow mobile...
- CDMA entrance into Europe may be at 450 MHz.
Luna, Lynnette // RCR; 04/19/99, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p7
Focuses on the efforts of some Nordic Mobile Telephone 450 MHz (NMT 450) operators to push for Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) as their digital standard in Europe. Challenges facing NMT 450 operators in Europe; Impetus for the move towards digital standards; Outlook for the CDMA standard...
- NMT carriers may choose 3 standards.
Luna, Lynnette; Golden, Paul // RCR; 09/13/99, Vol. 18 Issue 37, p56
Reports that Nordic Mobile Telephone 450 MHz operators will decide by October 1999 whether to push forward with three digital mobile phone standards that include Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA). Interim Standard 95 technology in Europe; Recommendation that operators be allowed to choose...
- Loose ends: The closure column.
Machrone, Bill // PC Week; 12/4/95, Vol. 12 Issue 48, p79
Opinion. Comments on developments related to telecommunications and computer industry. European GSM digital cellular telephone standard; Micron P90 computer's inability to load Windows 95; Syncrony's SoftRAM.
- White House to brief Sen. Finance Committee on 3G problems.
Silva, Jeffrey // RCR; 11/16/98, Vol. 17 Issue 46, p3
Reports on the meeting of the President Bill Clinton Administration and the Senate Finance Committee regarding mobile phone trade and standards policy. Hiring of lobbying firm Dutko Group by European Telecommunications Standards Institute; Criticism of Europe's mobile phone standards-setting...
- Verizon Launches 4G LTE in Poughkeepsie.
Silva, Jeffrey // Modem Users News; Jan2012, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p7
The article reports on the launch by Verizon Wireless of its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) high-speed data network for customers in the Poughkeepsie-Kingston area in New York. Customers in the area will be able to surf the Web, download large files, and share music and photos at speeds up to ten...
- Not as hard as it looks.
Shapiro, Robert C.; Catral, Julius; Jackson, Bryan K. // Urgent Communications; Jan2012, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p24
The article discusses the layering of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) broadband services operating in the 700 MHz band into new or existing Project 25-compliant digital radio systems operating on 700 MHz or 800 MHz airwaves. It discusses the challenges and opportunities with the coming of layered P25...
- China Mobile Research/Anite Collaborate for TD-LTE.
Shapiro, Robert C.; Catral, Julius; Jackson, Bryan K. // Computer Protocols; Mar2012, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p2
The article announces the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI) and Anite in collaborating to support a successful commercial LTE service for TD-LTE. Noting that Device Quality Assurance is a high priority for a successful commercial...
- Report Stirs TDMA Ire.
Albright, Peggy // Wireless Week; 06/18/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 25, p5
Deals with a report from the Shosteck Group company entitled `GSM or CDMA: The Commercial and Technology Challenges for TDMA Operators.' Type of technology endorsed by the global system for mobile communications operators; Highlights of the report; Conclusion of the report on handset...
- Europe On Verge Of UMTS Trials.
Vaughan, Allyson // Wireless Week; 9/17/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 38, p13
Reports on the plan to begin the first trials of Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service, an approach to standardization for third-generation cellular systems, in Europe. Plans of Manx Telecom to start trials on the Isle of Man; Partnership of Manx Telecom and Monaco Telecom with Siemens AG.
- FAIR PLAY IN HSBC PHONE PAYTRIAL.
Fest, Glen // Bank Technology News; Mar2007, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p17
The article reports that HSBC Credit Card Services is piloting the use of mobile phones with the MasterCard's PayPass System, which is enabled by the Near Field Communication (NFC) standards. The six-months test conducted by HSBC, on the viability of the mobile wallet, can provide some crucial...
- LTE to Reach 592 Million Subscriptions by 2016, Pyramid Finds.
Fest, Glen // WiMAX Monthly Newsletter; Dec2011, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p8
The article reports that long-term evolution (LTE) will reach 592 million subscriptions by 2016 according to the report "LTE Devices and Applications: Next-generation mobile networks," by Pyramid Research. The report details LTE devices including personal computer (PC) add-ons, smartphones and...
- 63% of Asia's carriers have LTE rolled out, are conducting trials, or have announced plans, says ABI Research.
Fest, Glen // WiMAX Monthly Newsletter; Apr2012, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p12
The article reports that 63% of mobile operators in Asia have launched commercial Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks, are carrying out trials, or have announced plans to introduce LTE as of April 2012, according to ABI Research. Forecasting vice president Jake Saunders states that total...
- LightSquared claims GPS tests improper.
Jackson, Donny // Urgent Communications Exclusive Insight; 1/19/2012, p1
The article reports that LightSquared has challenged results of tests that showed its proposed long-term evolution (LTE) network is causing harmful interference to global positioning system (GPS). LightSquared argues that the test process failed to validate previous tests and was tainted by the...
- The Battle to Control Your Cell Phone.
Creswell, Julie // Fortune; 3/29/1999, Vol. 139 Issue 6, p170
Discusses the battle between cellular phone makers Qualcomm and Ericsson. The competing standards, CDMA, TDMA, and GSM; Efforts of the International Telecommunications Union, a United Nations agency, to establish a standard.
- Cellphone tests aim to bridge the Atlantic.
Fox, Barry // New Scientist; 06/07/97, Vol. 154 Issue 2085, p22
Reports on the firm Vodafone Group PLC's plan to use the Code Division Multiple Access cellular telephone standard to cram more data in digital signal packets. Need to evaluate if the standards can coexist in one network; Legislative bill that would charge higher license fees to mobile services.
- Mobile Video and 4G: As Harmonious As PB&J?
Hoover, Chris // Communications Technology; 6/15/2011, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p6
The article reports on the launch of fourth generation (4G) of cellular wireless standards. It states the introduction of 4G has presented opportunities for content and service providers to develop new services to increase their business revenue. It however states the launch of 4G has presented...
- Technical work, spectrum planning needed to make peer-to-peer solutions a reality.
Jackson, Donny // Urgent Communications Exclusive Insight; 4/27/2011, p2
The article focuses on the need of planning about the public safety 700 megahertz Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks in the U.S. The networks are being viewed as data-only networks in the near term, with mission-critical voice still being transmitted over LMR systems which operate in traditional...
- Mobile phone makers work on standard.
Taaffe, Joanne // InfoWorld; 07/07/97, Vol. 19 Issue 27, p57
Reports on the development of the Wireless Application Protocol, a standard for accessing Internet services through a mobile phone, by mobile phone manufacturers, Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia Mobile Phones and Unwired Planet. Key elements of the protocol; Companies' plans to make the protocol...
- Looking beyond the network.
Ross, Joe; Burke, Rick // Urgent Communications; May2011, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p10
The article focuses on whether the selection of the long term evolution (LTE) standard will deliver nationwide interoperability in the U.S. It details why public safety needs both LTE network and application level interoperability. It mentions the need to address priority access of users and...
- SPECTRUM SPATS.
Kemp, Ian // Total Telecom+; Sep2011, preceding p5
The author reflects on the latest developments in the global telecommunications industry, particularly in Great Britain, as of September 2011. He cites the intensifying battle for spectrum among service providers and operators as regulators look to auction long term evolution (LTE) services. He...
- ITU details dates for 3G specs.
Luna, Lynnette // RCR; 09/27/99, Vol. 18 Issue 39, p4
Reports on standards bodies' meeting with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to prepare the detailed specifications of third-generation mobile telephone technology. Union's efforts to find the best way to work with standards bodies developing 3G specifications; Participation of...
- A world phone?
Ernsberger Jr., Richard // Bulletin with Newsweek; 08/04/98, Vol. 117 Issue 6134, p62
Focuses on the race to develop a digital wireless telephone standard. European wireless-phone networks being incompatible with America's cellular standards; Efforts of L.M. Ericsson and Nokia supporting the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) standard; Qualcomm pioneering CDMA...
- NetAmerica Alliance member goes live with 4G LTE service in Texas.
Hui Pan // Mobile Internet (Information Gatekeepers); Feb2012, p10
The article discusses the 4G LTE data service offered by Peoples Telephone Cooperative in rural Texas. Peoples Telephone Cooperative is a member of the NetAmerica Alliance LLC since 2010 which immediately took on the role as one of Alliance's lead projects. As an Alliance member, People was able...
- LTE Networks: Service and Efficiency.
Zeto, Joseph // Voice & Data; Jul2012, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p38
The article reports on the service and efficiency of long term evolution (LTE) which is mobile communication in India. It notes that consumers have great expectations from LTE service providers. It mentions that economic realities and physical limitations of available spectrum have prevented...
- America, Low-Tech Nation.
Murphy, Cait // Fortune; 11/9/1998, Vol. 138 Issue 9, p38
Mentions systems in which the United States lags behind the progress of other countries. Impact of the multiple US cellular telephone standards on ease of use and number of phones in use; Public telephones that use coins; Movie theaters with general admission seating; Parking meters that use coins.