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1xEV Overview

QUALCOMM continues to lead the industry with the development of a versatile wireless internet solution: High Data Rate (HDR), a cost effective, high-speed, high- capacity wireless technology. The HDR system is optimized for packet data services, with a flexible architecture based on IP protocols. HDR can overlay an existing wireless network or work as a stand-alone system. HDR unleashes Internet access by providing up to 2.4 Mbps in a standard bandwidth 1.25 MHz channel that is unprecedented in systems capable of fixed, portable and mobile services.

The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) recently adopted a specification based on HDR, know as TIA/EIA/IS-856 "CDMA2000, High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification". This is also known as 1xEV. The 1xEV specification was developed by the Third Generation Partnership Project 2 (3GPP2), a partnership consisting of five telecomnunications standards bodies: CWTS in China, ARIB and TTC in Japan, TTA in Korea and TIA in North America. QUALCOMM is pleased to have HDR move forward as 1xEV, part of the CDMA2000 technology family.

QUALCOMM will support the capabilties of 1xEV with chipset and system software solutions for device and infrastructure equipment. QUALCOMM's device offerings provide manufacturers with the most advanced, feature-rich solutions available for high-speed wireless Internet services and support both 1XRTT and 1xEV modes of CDMA2000. Chipset and system software samples are expected to be available in the second quarter of 2001 with production quantities expected in the third quarter of

2001.

The 1xEV technology is so versatile it can be embedded in handsets, laptops, notebooks and other fixed, portable and mobile devices. It can support e-mail, web browsing, e-commerce, telematics and many other applications. Imagine using your laptop to download office files while waiting between planes.

That's just part of what 1xEV offers:

Air link provides up to 2.4 Mbps in a dedicated 1.25 MHz channel

Packet data design results in greatest spectral efficiency

Flexible, IP-based architecture enables multiple implementation methods

Compatible with existing CDMA Networks

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Operator Benefits

1xEV is so flexible, it can be deployed as a stand-alone system, side-by-side with an existing or future voice system, or integrated into a current CDMA voice system. And because it installs easily using off-the-shelf retail components, consumers can set up the technology themselves, allowing operators to reduce costly, on-site service.

1xEV is the technology that helps you deliver high-performing, more cost- effective wireless data services to customer around the world.

The 1xEV technology is compatible with CDMA voice systems and allows for side-by-side deployment to complement existing cellular/PCS networks. Because 1xEV can share cell sites, towers and antennas of these networks, you'll be able to deploy it more rapidly and get more out of the system you already have.

Consumer Benefits

The 1xEV technology is so versatile, it can be embedded in handsets, laptop and notebook computers and other fixed, portable or mobile devices. It can also support e-mail, web browsing, e-commerce, telematics and many other applications.

Consumers will love the anywhere, anytime access to e-mail, calendar, files, and other information that 1xEV provides. They'll also enjoy high-speed secure data service, untethered access, convenient "always on" experience, rapid connect time of less than .5 seconds, no external antennas necessary, accommodates dual-mode voice/data service.

Air Link

HDR's highly efficient Air Link design achieves the type of data rates and performance levels you would only expect to see in next-generation technologies. Whether you are using fixed, portable or mobile applications.

Optimized Throughput

Use of a single 1.25 MHz channel optimized for packet data results in greatest spectral efficiency

Peak data rate of 2.4 Mbps on the forward link and 307 kbps on the reverse link provides unprecedented speed

Average throughput on a loaded sector is an estimated 600 kbps on the forward link and 220 kbps on the reverse link

Dynamically assigned data rate adjusts as rapidly as every 1.67 mSec, providing every subscriber with the best possible rate at any given moment

Separation of Voice and Data

HDR's approach places data and voice on separate carriers allows better optimization for each, therefore higher capacity for each

Simplifies system software development and testing

Eases system operation and maintenance

Avoids difficult load-balancing tasks

Ideal data design complements existing and future voice networks

Dual-mode device can be integrated to provide optimum voice and data services

Architecture

HDR's flexible, IP-based architecture lets you implement this wireless data system in multiple, high-performance and cost-effective ways:

Voice Network Compatible

Decentralized/Integrated option allows for side- by-side deployment to complement existing cellular/PCS networks. Because HDR can share cell sites, towers and antennas of these networks, you'll be able to deploy more rapidly and get more out of the system you already have.

you'll be able to deploy more rapidly and get more out of the system you already

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Click to view larger image. Stand-alone System Centralized option lets you go beyond sharing cell

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Stand-alone System

Centralized option lets you go beyond sharing cell sites to integrate HDR in the traditional architecture of existing and future IS-95 CDMA cellular systems while still providing your customers with optimum voice and data service. This approach incorporates multi- carrier BTS which uses HDR as the Air Link for packet data services while using a traditional cellular technology for voice.

Decentralized option allows for stand-alone system deployment using off-the-shelf-IP backbone equipment.