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Cellular Communication Two-Way Trunked Radio Wireless Connectivity Mobile Video Broadcasting
cdmaOne (TIA/EIA-95A/B/C)/
HSPA(HSDPA and TETRA/TEDS WLAN IEEE 802.11 WirelessHD/WiGig IEEE 802.16-2004/
Technology GSM/GPRS/EDGE/EDGE Evolution W-CDMA TD-SCDMA/TD-HSPA/TD-HSPA+ LTE LTE-Advanced CDMA2000 1x/ APCO 25 RFID NFC IEEE 802.15.4 (ZigBee) IEEE 802.15.1 (Bluetooth) WiMedia/UWB DVB-H/SH 1Seg in ISDB-T and Tmm CMMB ATSC-M/H T-DMB
HSUPA)/HSPA+ (TETRA release 2) a/b/g/h/j/n/ac IEEE 802.11ad 16e/16m (WiMAXtm)
1xEV-DO Rel. 0/Rev. A/B
Description Global system for mobile communications Wideband code division High speed (downlink/uplink) Time division-synchronous code division 3GPP Long term evolution Project name of the evolved Code division multiple access Terrestrial trunked radio Association of public-safety Radio-frequency identification Near field communication Low data rate wireless Medium-speed wireless PAN High-speed ultra-wideband PAN Wireless local area network (LAN) Wireless High Definition Wireless metropolitan Digital video broadcasting- Integrated services digital China mobile multimedia A/153: ATSC for mobile and Terrestrial digital
General packet radio service multiple access packet access/Evolved high speed multiple access/Time division-high speed version of LTE CDMA2000 1x: A.k.a. 1x, 1xRTT, IS-2000 TETRA enhanced data communications officials; personal area network (PAN) EDR: enhanced data rate, Wireless Gigabit area network (MAN) handheld/-satellite services broadcasting-terrestrial/ broadcasting handheld devices multimedia broadcast
Enhanced data rates for GSM evolution packet access (downlink/uplink) packet access/Time Project 25 Bluetooth 3.0 and 4.0 to handheld -terrestrial mobile multimedia
Evolved EDGE or EDGE evolution division-evolved high speed packet access 1xEV-DO: 1xEvolution-Data Optimized Short-range (< 10m) high capacity link
Commercial Deployment* GSM: 1992/GPRS: 2001/EDGE: 2002 Japan: 2002/Europe: 2004 HSDPA: 2005/ HSUPA: 2007/ TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA: 2009 2009 Early deployment possibly in late cdmaOne: 1995/cdma2000: 2001/1xEV-DO TETRA: 1997/TEDS: 2005 Project 25 certification: 1995 ISO 18000-6 Type-C: 2005/ Type-A/B: 2011 Worldwide Bluetooth: 2000/EDR: WiMedia radios registered: 2006/ b: 1999/a/g: 2002-2003/h: 2003- WirelessHD: 2009 Fixed access: 2006/ 2006 1Seg: 2006 (Japan)/ISDB-Tmm: CMMB: 2008 (Beijing 2010 in USA 2005 (Korea)/2006 (Europe)
540+ networks in 190+ countries except Japan and 400+ networks in 160+ HSPA+ with DL MIMO: 2009/DC- China 20 networks in service worldwide 2012/early 2013 Rel. 0: 2004/Rev. A: 2006/Rev. B:2010 All ETSI countries U.S., Australia, New Zealand 2006-2007 Worldwide 2005/3.0+High Speed: Consumer products: 2007 2004/j: 2004/n: 2007/ac: Around Worldwide Mobile access: 2007 Worldwide except Japan, 2011 (Japan) Olympic)/Hong Kong: 2011 North America (USA, Canada Korea, India, and some
Korea countries HSDPA: 2010 and 150+ networks in 60+ Worldwide. Focused more on Asian and expanding global ISO 18000-4 Mode-1: 2006-2007 2009/4.0,Low Energy: 2010 Worldwide 2012 Worldwide Korea and China Japan and South America China, Hong Kong and Mexico) European countries
HSPA: 390+ networks in 160+ countries plan to deployment countries. 320+ networks in 120+ countries coverage ISO 18092: 2007-2008 Worldwide Worldwide (Brazil, Argentina, Chile
countries (110+ EV-DO Rel. 0, 120+ EV-DO Rev. A, 3+ Worldwide and Peru etc)
HSPA+: 120+ networks in 65+ EV-DO Rev. B networks)
Frequency Range Europe: 900 MHz and 1800 MHz FDD for Band 1 to 21 TDD for Band 34 and 39 Bands from 1 to 16 and from 19 to 21 are identical with cdmaOne 380 to 390 MHz (MS) 700/800 MHz public safety EPC Class 1 Generation 2 UHF, ISO 18092: 13.56 MHz 898 MHz 2.4 to 2.4835 GHz (ISM) 3.17 to 10.56 GHz (North America) b/g: 57.05 to 64 GHz (US and Canada), Licensed/unlicensed bands, DVB-H: VHF, UHF and L-B ISDB-T UHF band UHF (470 MHz to 862 MHz) UHF VHF (Band III):
(UL/RL): Uplink/Reverse North America: 850 MHz and 1900 MHz Band 1: 1920 to 1980 MHz (UL) 2110 to 2170 MHz (DL) Band 34: 2010 to 2025 MHz (UL & DL) W-CDMA and HSPA. 824 to 849 MHz (MS Tx: US, Korea) 390 to 400 MHz (BS) band: 860 to 960 MHz 915 MHz 6.34 to 8.98 GHz, 4.22 to 4.75 GHz 2.4 to 2.4835 GHz (ISM) 57 to 64 GHz (European Union), 2 to 11 GHz and DVB-SH: UHF, L-Band 470 to 770 MHz (Japan) S-Band (2635 to 2660 MHz ) 174 to 245 MHz
(DL/FL): Downlink/Forward T-GSM-380: 380.2 to 389.8 (UL) 390.2 to 399.8 (DL) Band 2: 1850 to 1910 MHz (UL) 1930 to 1990 MHz (DL) Band 39: 1880 to 1920 MHz (UL & DL) 869 to 894 MHz (BS Tx: US, Korea) 410 to 420 MHz (MS) 764 to 869 MHz ISO 18000-6 Type-A/B: 860-960 MHz 2.4 GHz (ISM) (DDADetect and Avoid, 3.17 to 802.11a/h/j: (Typical: 2.3, 2.5, 3.5 GHz) and S-Band 470 to 806 MHz (Brazil) (Satellite not launched) L-Band:
(BS): Base Station T-GSM-410: 410.2 to 419.8 (UL) 420.2 to 429.8 (DL) Band 3: 1710 to 1785 MHz (UL) 1805 to 1880 MHz (DL) Band 17: 704 to 716 MHz (UL) 734 to 746 MHz (DL), FDD 887 to 925 MHz (MS Tx: Japan) 420 to 430 MHz (BS) 57 to 64 GHz (South Korea),
Future releases will operate ISO 18000-4 Mode-1: 2.4 to 2.4835 GHz 4.22 GHz (DAA) (Europe) 4.9 to 5 GHz (Japan) ISDB-Tmm: VHF band 1452 to 1492 MHz (Europe)
(MS): Mobile Station GSM-450: 450.4 to 457.6 (UL) 460.4 to 467.6 (DL) Band 4: 1710 to 1755 MHz (UL) 2110 to 2155 MHz (DL) Band 18: 815 to 830 MHz (UL) 860 to 875 MHz (DL), FDD 832 to 870 MHz (BS Tx: Japan) 450 to 460 MHz (MS) on: 59 to 66 GHz (Japan),
GSM-480: 479.0 to 486.0 (UL) 489.0 to 496.0 (DL) Band 5: 824 to 849 MHz (UL) 869 to 894 MHz (DL) 1850 to 1910 MHz (MS Tx: US) 460 to 470 MHz (BS) (ISM) 7.39 to 10.03 GHz, 4.22 to 4.75 GHz 5.03 to 5.091 GHz (Japan) 207.5 to 222 MHz (Japan)
380 to 470 MHz (UHF range 1) (DDA), 3.70 to 4.22 GHz (DAA) 5.15 to 5.35 GHz (UNII) 59.04 to 62.9 GHz (Australia),
GSM-710: 698.0 to 716.0 (UL) 728.0 to 746.0 (DL) Band 6: 830 to 840 MHz (UL) 875 to 885 MHz (DL) Band 24: 1626.5 to 1660.5 MHz (UL) 1525 to 1559 MHz (DL), FDD 1930 to 1990 MHz (BS Tx: US) 870 to 915 MHz (MS) 450 to 520 MHz (UHF range 2) Default operating frequency: 2.45 GHz 5.49 to 5.725 GHz (UNII)
GSM-750: 747.0 to 762.0 (UL) 777.0 to 792.0 (DL) Band 7: 2500 to 2570 MHz (UL) 2620 to 2690 MHz (DL) 1750 to 1780 MHz (MS Tx: Korea) 915 to 950 MHz (BS) (Japan) 59 to 64 GHz (China)
136 to 154 MHz (VHF sub ISO 18092: 13.56 MHz 5.735 to 5.835 GHz (ISM, UNII)
T-GSM-810: 806.0 to 821.0 (UL) 851.0 to 866.0 (DL) Band 8: 880 to 915 MHz (UL) 925 to 960 MHz (DL) Band 33: 1900 to 1920 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 1840 to 1870 MHz (BS Tx: Korea) range)
GSM-850: 824.0 to 849.0 (UL) 869.0 to 894.0 (DL) Band 9: 1749.9 to 1784.9 MHz (UL) 1844.9 to1879.9 MHz (DL) Band 34: 2010 to 2025 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 802.11n:
CDMA2000 150 to 174 MHz (VHF sub 2.4 to 2.4835 GHz (ISM)
P-GSM-900: 890.2 to 914.8 (UL) 935.2 to 959.8 (DL) Band 10: 1710 to 1770 MHz (UL) 2110 to 2170 MHz (DL) Band 35: 1850 to 1910 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 410 to 430 MHz (MS Tx) range)
E-GSM-900: 880.0 to 914.8 (UL) 925.2 to 959.8 (DL) Band 11: 1427.9 to 1452.9 MHz (UL) 1475.9 to 1500.9 MHz (DL) Band 36: 1930 to 1990 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 5.15 to 5.35 GHz (UNII)
450 to 470 MHz (BS Tx) 5.49 to 5.725 GHz (UNII)
R-GSM-900: 876.0 to 914.8 (UL) 921.0 to 959.8 (DL) Band 12: 698 to 716 MHz (UL) 728 to 746 MHz (DL) Band 37: 1910 to 1930 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 824 to 849 MHz (MS Tx)
T-GSM-900: 870.4 to 876.0 (UL) 915.4 to 921.0 (DL) Band 13: 777 to 787 MHz (UL) 746 to 756 MHz (DL) Band 38: 2570 to 2620 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 5.735 to 5.825 GHz (ISM, UNII)
869 to 894 MHz (BS Tx)
DCS-1800: 1710.2 to 1784.8 (UL) 1805.2 to 1879.8 (DL) Band 14: 788 to 798 MHz (UL) 758 to 768 MHz (DL) Band 39: 1880 to 1920 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 1710 to 1755 MHz (MS Tx) 802.11ac:
PCS-1900: 1850.0 to 1910.0 (UL) 1930.0 to 1990.0 (DL) Band 19: 830 to 845 MHz (UL) 875 to 890 MHz (DL) Band 40: 2300 to 2400 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 2110 to 2155 MHz (BS Tx) 5.15 to 5.35 GHz (UNII)
Band 20: 832 to 862 MHz (UL) 791 to 821 MHz (DL) Band 41: 2496 to 2690 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 1850 to 1910 MHz (MS Tx) 5.49 to 5.725 GHz (UNII)
Band 21: 1447.9 to 1462.9 MHz (UL) 1495.9 to 1510.9 MHz (DL) Band 42: 3400 to 3600 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 1930 to 1990 MHz (BS Tx) 5.735 to 5.825 GHz (ISM, UNII)
Band 43: 3600 to 3800 MHz (UL & DL), TDD 1920 to 1980 MHz (MS Tx)
2110 to 2170 MHz (BS Tx)
Radio Technology Time domain mutiple access (TDMA) and Code domain multiple access CDMA with FDD and TDD TDMA and CDMA with TDD OFDMA and SC-FDMA OFDMA, SC-FDMA and cdmaOne and cdma2000: CDMA TDMA FDMA (Phase 1) TDMA/FDMA CSMA-CA TDMA CSMA-CA or TDMA CSMA-CA TDD Fixed access: FDD, TDD n/a (Unidirectional n/a (Unidirectional n/a (Unidirectional n/a (Unidirectional n/a (Unidirectional
Frequency domain multiple access (FDMA) with (CDMA) with FDD and TDD Clustered SC-FDMA 1xEV-DO: TDMA TDMA (Phase 2) (carrier sense multiple access- Mobile access: FDD/HFDD, multicast services) multicast services) multicast services) multicast services) multicast services)
Frequency division duplex (FDD) collision avoidance)
Modulation and Filter Type GSM/GPRS: GMSK with Gaussian filter (BT 0.3) HPSK with RRC filter ( = 0.22), 3GPP Rel-6 RRC filter ( = 0.22) QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM cdmaOne: Chebychev low pass (FIR) RRC filter ( = 0.35) CQPSK, C4FM (Phase 1) EPC Class 1 Generation 2 UHF: Passive communication mode: 900 MHz: BPSK with RRC filter Bluetooth 1.2: GFSK with band- WiMedia: QPSK for data rates b: Gaussian or vendor specific WirelessHD with 3 PHY modes: High rate Fixed access: OFDM with DVB-H: COFDM 2k, 4k, 8k Band-segmented transmission COFDM 1K, 4K 8VSB COFDM 2k
EDGE/EGPRS: 3/8 shift 8PSK with Linearized 1 bit/symbol (UL) DL: QPSK, 16QAM UL: QPSK, 16QAM (TD-HSUPA), No filter defined by standard OQPSK, 1 bit/symbol (RL) QPSK, 1 bit/ TETRA: /4 DQPSK H-CPM, H-DQPSK (Phase 2) DSB-ASK, SSB-ASK, PR-ASK (RT) 10% ASK 2.4 GHz: OQPSK with half width time (BT) product = 0.5 200 Mbps and slower, DCM for a/g/h/j/n: Rectangular or PHY: RS and CC FEC, 512 OFDM with BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM w/ QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, ISDB-T: 13-Segments of w/BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, with with /4 D-QPSK,
Gaussian filter (BT 0.3) QPSK with RRC filter ( = 0.22), UL: HPSK DL: QPSK, 16QAM (TD-HSDPA), 64QAM symbol (FL) (differential QPSK) ASK or PSK (backscatter) (TR) Active communication mode: sine wave impulse response Bluetooth EDR: /4 DQPSK data rates 320 Mbps, 400 Mbps vendor specific 336 QPSK, 16QAM or 64QAM data carriers, Mobile access: OFDMA with DVB-SH: COFDM mode COFDM 2k, 4k, 8k w/D-QPSK, Reed Solomn and LDPC coding with Reed Solomon and
2 bits/symbol (DL) 3GPP Rel-7, 8 (TD-HSPA+) cdma2000: Chebychev low pass (FIR) ISO 18000-4 Mode-1: 10% or 100% ASK (data transfer and 8DPSK (differential PSK); and 480 Mbps. Filter depends on 16 travelling BPSK pilots BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM w/ QPSK, 16QAM or TDM QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM convolutional coding
EDGE Evolution/EGPRS2: /4-shift 16QAM, -/4-shift TEDS: M-4QAM, M-16QAM, format: shaped pulse or frequency b: Differential BPSK/QPSK Medium rate PHY: RS and CC FEC, 256 OFDM
32QAM, 3/8-shift QPSK with narrow or wide pulse DL: QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM QPSK/HPSK, 2 bits/symbol (RL) QPSK, M-64QAM ASK (index = 99%) (RT) rate dependent) Bluetooth low energy: GFSK (DBPSK/DQPSK) for 1 and w/ QPSK, 8PSK or 16APSK ISDB-Tmm: 33 Segments
UL: HPSK, 16QAM 2 bits/symbol (FL) ASK (backscatter) (TR) switched OFDM with 168 QPSK, 16QAM data carriers, consists of ISDB-T and 1Seg
shipping filter 2 Mbps data rates; CCK with 8 travelling BPSK pilots
1xEV-DO: Chebychev low pass (FIR) QPSK/ ISO 18000-6 Type-A: DQPSK modulation for 5.5 and Low-rate PHY: RS and CC FEC, 128 OFDM,
HPSK, 8PSK, 3 bits/symbol (RL) QPSK, ASK (index = 30%) (RT) 11 Mbps data rates 30 BPSK data carriers, 4 fixed BPSK pilots
8PSK,16QAM (FL) ASK (backscatter) (TR) a/g/h/j: up to 64QAM on WiGig/802.11ad with 4 PHY modes:
ISO 18000-6 Type-B: 52 OFDM subcarriers Control PHY: LDPC FEC, 32x spreading,
ASK (index = 11% or 99%) (RT) n: up to 64QAM on 56 or 114 /2-DBPSK
ASK (backscatter) (TR) OFDM subcarriers Single-carrier PHY: LDPC, optional 2x repeti-
ISO 18092: passive ac: up to 256QAM on 56, 114, tion, /2-BPSK, /2-QPSK, or /2-16QAM
ASK (index = various), OOK (RT) 242, or 484 OFDM subcarriers OFDM PHY: LDPC FEC, 512-OFDM with
ASK (backscatter) (TR) 336 SQPSK, QPSK, 16QAM or 64QAM data
ISO 18092: active carriers, 16 fixed BPSK pilots
ASK (index = various), OOK Low power single carrier PHY: RS (224,208) plus
BC FEC, /2-BPSK or /2-BPSK
Channel Spacing/Bandwidth 200 kHz 5 MHz 5 MHz 1.6 MHz 1.4 MHz, 3 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, Up to 100 MHz with Carrier 1.23 MHz (U.S. cellular band) 25 kHz 12.5 kHz and 6.25 kHz EPC Class 1 Generation 2 UHF, ISO18092: n/a 915 MHz: 2 MHz 1 MHz frequency hopping WiMedia: 4.125 MHz subcarrier b: 25/10 MHz North America, Up to 4 channels, each 2.16 GHz wide 1.25 to 20 MHz; DVB-H: 5, 6, 7, 8 MHz 429 kHz per segment 2 MHz or 8 MHz 6 MHz 1.5 MHz
15 MHz, 20 MHz Aggregation 1.25 MHz (other bands) ISO 18000-6 Type-A/B: local regulations 2.4 GHz: 5 MHz spacing, 528 MHz channel spacing 30/10 MHz Europe (non- Modulation bandwidth 1.76 GHz for single 40 MHz optional for 802.16m DVB-SH: Terrestrial: 6 MHz channel divided into
overlapping/overlapping) carrier modes, 1.825 GHz for OFDM modes (Typical: 5, 7, 8.75, 10 MHz) 1.7/5/6/7/ 8 MHz 13 segments; one segment
ISO 18000-4 Mode-1: 500 kHz (US) allocated for mobile media
g: 25 MHz, a/h: 20 MHz Satellite: 5 MHz
ISO 18092: n/a services; 7 and 8 MHz channels
j: 20/10 (optional) MHz for international deployment
n: 20/40 (regional) MHz
ac: 20, 40, 80, 160 MHz
Symbol Rate/Chip Rate 270.833 ksps 3.84 Mcps 3.84 Mcps 1.28 Mcps 12 kHz/14 kHz per 15 kHz carrier 12 kHz/14 kHz per 15 kHz carrier 1.2288 Mcps TETRA: 18 ksps 4.8 ksym/s (Phase 1) 900 MHz: 20, 40 ksps 1 Msps WiMedia: 3.2 MHz b: 11 Mcps WirelessHD: 4.40625 Msym/s. Fixed access: 5.5-87 ksps Symbol rate: 9.142857 MHz Symbol rate: 8.1269840 (6 MHz) OFDM symbol: 460.8 us 1 ATSC-M/H frame: 968 ms 0.8 ksps (2k FFT)
EDGE Evolution: 325 ksps (6 or 7 symbols per 0.5 ms slot) (6 or 7 symbols per 0.5 ms slot) TEDS: 64 ksps 12 ksym/s (Phase 2) 2.4 GHz: 62.5 ksps /2 Mcps a/g/h: 250 ksps WiGig/802.11ad 1.76 Gsym/s for single Mobile access: 7.0-14 ksps (8 MHz channel) Active symbol duration (409.6 s OFDM Data, 51.2 s including 5 M/H sub-frame. Active symbol duration:
j: 125 ksps carrier modes, 4.125 Msym/s for OFDM Active symbol duration (6 MHz): 252, 504, 1008 s Cyclic prefix) Each M/H frame consists of 1000 s (2k FFT)
n/ac: 250 ksps modes (8 MHz): 224, 448, 896 s Guard interval: 1/4, 1/8, Guard interval: 1/8 16 slots of 12.1 ms. Guard interval: 1/4
Guard interval: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/16,1/32
1/32 of active symbol
Peak Single User Data Rate GSM: 14.4 kbps 384 kbps HSDPA (DL): 14.4 Mbps (16QAM, TD-SCDMA: 384 kbps DL: 300 Mbps (20 MHz, 64QAM, DL: 1 Gbps (4x4 MIMO, 95A: 14.4 kbps TETRA: 28.8 kbps with no 9.6 kbps (Phase 1) EPC Class 1 Gen 2 UHF: Current data rates: 106 kbps, 20 to 250 kbps, depending on Bluetooth basic rate: 1 Mbps WiMedia: 480 Mbps b: 11 Mbps WirelessHD: 7138 Mbps (64QAM OFDM 16e: Up to 63 Mbps Up to 31.67 Mbps 23.234 Mbps for 13 segments From 2.046 Mbps to 15.165 MHz Total data rate of 19.39 Mbps Up to 1.2 Mbps (1.5 MHz
GPRS: 171.2 kbps (DL, 21.4 kbps with 8 slots) 15 HS-PDSCHs) TD-HSDPA (DL): 2.8 Mbps 4x4 MIMO) > 70 MHz transmission BW 95B: 56 kbps protection 12 kbps (Phase 2) 26.7 kbps to 128 kbps (pulse interval 212 kbps, 424 kbps, 848 kbps frequency band Bluetooth EDR: 2 to 3 Mbps; a/g/h/j: 54 Mbps with one Tx in one 2.16 GHz channel. (10 MHz, 2x2 MIMO) (8 MHz channel); (6 MHz channel); for 8 MHz bandwidth channel shared by main ATSC and channel);
128.4 kbps (UL, 6 slots) HSUPA (UL): 5.76 Mbps (2 ms TTI) UL: 75 Mbps (20 MHz, 64QAM) as one of many possible TEDS: 384 kbps encoding) (RT) Also specifies 4 x 4 MIMO mode for up to 16m: Up to 300 Mbps Typically: 11 video services Typically:1 video service (per mobile services Typically: 3 video services
HSPA+ (DL): 84.4 Mbps (64QAM, TD-HSUPA (UL): 2.2 Mbps configurations) cdma2000 40 kbps to 640 kbps (FM0 encoding) Bluetooth LE: 1 Mbps n: 72.2 Mbps for 20 MHz with 28.552 Gbps (theoretical).
EDGE: 473.6 kbps (DL, 59.2 kbps with 8 slots) Up to 153.6 kbps (FL) 1 Tx, up to 600 Mbps for (20 MHz, 4x4 MIMO) (per 8MHz channel) 429 kHz onesegment mobile (per 1.5 MHz channel)
dual cell, and 2x2 MIMO) TD-HSPA+: 8.4 Mbps (DL) (2x2 MIMO, UL: 500 Mbps 5 kbps to 320 kbps (Miller-mod SC) WiGig/802.11ad: 6756.75 Mbps (64QAM ~300 kbps per video service broadcasting at ~416 kbps) ~256 kbps per video service
355.2 kbps (UL, 59.2 kbps with 6 slots) HSPA+ (UL): 23 Mbps (16QAM, Up to 307.2 kbps (RL) 40 MHz with 4 Tx
64QAM) ISO 18000-4 Mode-1: OFDM with one Tx in one 2.16 GHz channel) 200-320 kbps per video service
EDGE Evolution: 1.89 Mbps (DL) 1.42 Mbps (UL) dual cell) 1xEV-DO 30 to 40 kbps (Manchester encoding) (RT) ac: 86.7 Mbps for 20 MHz with
Rel. 0: Up to 2.5 Mbps (FL) 30 to 40 kbps (FM0 encoding) (TR) 1 Tx, up to 6.9 Gbps for
Up to 153.6 kbps (RL) 160 MHz with 8 Tx
Rev. A: Up to 3.1 Mbps (FL) ISO 18000-6 Type-A:
Up to 1.8 Mbps (RL) 33 kbps (pulse interval encoding) (RT)
Rev. B: Up to 14.7 Mbps (1xEV-DO) 40 kbps (FM0 encoding) (TR)
or up to 73.5 Mbps ISO 18000-6 Type-B:
(15xEV- DO in 20 MHz) (FL) 10 kbps or 40 kbps (Manchester
Up to 5.4 Mbps (1xEV-DO) or up to encoding) (RT)
27.6 Mbps 40 kbps (FM0 encoding) (TR)
(15xEV-DO in 20 MHz) (RL) ISO 18092:
Passive: 106 kbps to 424 kbps
Active: 106 kbps to 6670 kbps
Primary Service High-mobility cellular High-mobility cellular High-mobility cellular High-mobility data High data rate for downlink and Meet ITU-R 4G IMT-Advanced cdmaOne: High-mobility cellular data Instant communication for Instant communications for Identification, product tracking, Contactless identification, Home control, Low-mobility data and voice Low-mobility streaming video and Low-mobility data Short-range data Last mile, backhaul, and Digital video and audio Digital video and audio Digital video and audio Digital video and audio Digital video and audio
GSM: Voice, SMS and circuit switched data voice, SMS, circuit and packet High-speed packet data and voice uplink requirements: WW functionality, and voice PMR (private mobile radio) private and public access inventory management, electronic toll interconnection, and data building automation, data: Certified wireless USB next mobile broadband wireless
GPRS and EDGE: Packet switched data switched data Greater spectrum efficiency roaming, compatibility of services, cdma2000: High-mobility data and voice and PAMR (public access mobile radio networks, with collection, remote data collection transmission between industrial automation generationBluetooth access
EDGE Evolution: High speed packet data working with WW radio access mobile radio) trunked and conventional electronic devices brought
Less latency systems,data rates for advanced 1xEV-DO: Always-on mobile packet data radio operation in close proximity (touching to
High mobility services and applications (100 a few centimeters)
Co-existence with legacy Mbps for high mobility, 1 Gbps for
standards low mobility)
Packet or Circuit Switched GSM: Circuit switched Circuit switched and Circuit switched and Circuit switched and Packet switched only Packet switched only 95A: Circuit switched Circuit switched and Circuit switched and Packet based Packet based Packet based Packet switched or synchronous Packet based Packet switched Packet based Packet switched Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable
GPRS/EGPRS/EDGE evolution: Adding packet switched Packet switched Packet switched Packet switched 95B and cdma2000: Circuit switched and Packet switched Packet switched (Unidirectional (Unidirectional (Unidirectional (Unidirectional (Unidirectional
Packet switched multicast services) multicast services) multicast services) multicast services) multicast services)
1xEV-DO: Packet switched
Speech Codec Full rate = RPE-LTP 13 kbps Adaptive multi-rate (AMR), China: Full rate, VoIP VoIP cdmaOne 8 kbps variable rate CELP; ACELP IMBE Log PCM or CVSD Video: H-264/MPEG-4 AVC Video: H-264/MPEG-4 AVC Video: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Video: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Video: H-264/MPEG-4 AVC
Half rate = VSELP 5.6 kbps wideband adaptive multi-rate enhanced full rate, or half rate 13 kbps variable rate CELP; 8 kbps variable (continuous variable slope delta) Audio: AAC (one-segment mobile) or AVS (China Std.) Audio: AAC-HE Audio: BSAC
(vector sum excited linear predictor) (WB-AMR) 3GPP: Adaptive multi-rate rate EVRC Audio: AAC-HE Audio: AAC or DRA (China Std)
Enhanced full rate = ACELP 12.2 kbps Payload: MPEG-2 TS Payload: main service MPEG-2 Payload: MPEG-2 TS
cdma2000: 8 kbps variable rate CELP; Payload: MPEG-2 TS Payload: MFS (Multiplex Frame TS; M/H service IP package
(algebraic code excited linear pred.) 13 kbps variable rate CELP; 8 kbps variable
Adaptive multi-rate (full and half rates) Structure)
rate EVRC
1xEV-DO: No voice
Enhancements/Remarks 3GPP Release updates 3GPP Release updates: 3GPP Release updates: 3GPP Release updates: 3GPP Release updates 3GPP Release updates: cdma2000: Capacity is about 2x TIA/EIA-95B Used mostly by public Standards also support PMR (RT) = Interrogator-to-tag Incorporates existing RF ZigBee uses IEEE 802.15.4 Bluetooth and the Bluetooth WiMedia is an ISO-published radio Wi-Fi Alliance certifies 802.11a/b/g/n. WirelessHD Consortium introduced first The WiMAX Forum has Time-slicing is used to The mobile ISDB-T one Time slot is introduced for ATSC-M/H is an extension to TDM (inherent to DAB
Rel-96: GSM Rel-99 in Mar 2000: W-CDMA Rel-5 in Jun 2002: HSDPA Rel-4 in Mar 2001: Basic 1.28 Mcps TD- Rel-7 in Dec 2007: LTE and SAE Rel-9 in Dec 2009: LTE-Advanced 1xEV-DO: Capacity 6 to 10 x TIA/EIA-95B; service,health and safety, to ease transition to digital (TR) = Tag-to-interrogator standards including ISO/IEC PHY layer; designed to support logos are trademarks owned platform standard for high-speed 802.11 standards share a similar commercial devices for HD multimedia defined specific profiles and conserve power in handset segment service in Japan is power saving. ATSC, which adopts additional technology) helps conserve
Rel-97: GPRS (FDD and TDD) SCDMA feasibility study feasibility study cdma2000 is a registered certification emergency, and security per- operation. 14443A, ISO/IEC 14443B, and very low power standby modes by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., U.S.A. ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless MAC. DFS (dynamic frequency links in 2009. WiGig developed the 60 GHz radio conformance tests based known as oneseg or 1Seg. Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines channel coding mechanisms to power in handset
Rel-98: EDGE - BSS and NSS, picocells Rel-6 in Mar 2005: HSUPA (E-DCH) mark of the Telecommunications Industry sonnel, and also construction FeliCa as outlined in ISO 18092 and mesh networking and licensed to connectivity; WiMedia UWB has selection) and TPC (transmit power MAC/PHY modem which has since been on the IEEE 802.16-2004 (fixed) Narrowband one-segment protect the signal for receiving
Rel-5 in Jun 2002: HSDPA (Hybrid ARQ, Rel-8 in Dec 2008: LTE work item- Rel-10 in 2011: LTE-Advanced Phase 2 introduces 2-slot and Vietnam etc are trial with
Rel-7 in Dec 2007: EDGE Evolution Rel-7 in Dec 2007: HSPA+(64QAM Association; used under license. and transport industries; TDMA Agilent Technologies, Inc been selected by the Bluetooth control) are needed for operation adopted by IEEE TGad for use in Wi-Fi standard, and Release 1 of the receivers have inherently low CMMB in mobile environment
Rel-9 in Jun 2010: GSM VAMOS DL, MIMO DL,16QAM UL) 16QAM) OFDMA/SC-FDMA air interface, (4G) work item, CoMP study TEDS (TETRA release 2) SIG and the USB-IF as the founda- in parts of 5 GHz band. 802.11ac is applications that will be certified by Wi-Fi mobile system profiles based power consumption
Rel-6 in Mar 2005: MSBS SAE work item- new IP core increases user data rates up tion radio of their high-speed still at the draft stage and requires Alliance. WiGig is also developing protocol on the 802.16e-2005 standard.
Rel-8 in Dec 2008: Dual cell DL network
Rel-7 in Dec 2007: HSUPA ( Hybrid ARQ, to 400 kbps wireless specifications support of 20, 40, and 80 MHz adaptation layers that will allow the same Additional profiles are Release
Rel-9 in Dec 2009: Dual cell UL Rel-9 in Dec 2009: MBMS, bandwidths. Optional features 60 GHz ratio technology to support wireless 1.5 based on 802.16-2009
Rel-10 in 2011: Multiple carriers DL Dual-layer beamforming, LTE include 256QAM, 160 MHz BW, versions of DisplayPort, HDMI, PCIe, USB, standard and Release 2 based
Rel-8 in Dec 2008: HSPA+ (2x2MIMO, SON, femtocells up to 8x8 MIMO, and MU MIMO. SDIO on 802.16m.
The peak data rates require 64QAM, CPC, Enhanced Cell_FACH)
exceptional signal to noise ratio
Standard Development Early GSM and GPRS: ETSI 3GPP 3GPP 3GPP/CCSA 3GPP 3GPP 3GPP2 ETSI TIA Committee EPC Class 1 Gen 2 UHF: EPC Global ISO/IEC: ZigBee Alliance and IEEE Bluetooth special interest WiMedia (and ECMA) IEEE WirelessHD Consortium: IEEE DVB Consortium ARIB CMMB Working Group OMVC World DAB
Organization 3GPP ISO standards: ISO NFC Forum: group (SIG) and IEEE UWB Forum (Japanese) (Chinese) Wireless Gigabit Alliance: DVB Mobile TV Website (Japanese) ATSC Advanced Television IEEE System Committee

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