Back to Table of Contents 2. Overview of IMT-Advanced IMT-Advanced proposes an all IP based network [Fig 1] with packet switched delivery for efficiently meeting the needs of the future generation networks like the high data rates up to Mbps for mobile nodes where as 1 Gbps for fixed or low mobility nodesseamless mobility, availability of wide range of service to mobile users and expanding the services to maximum users over a large geographic area. Convergence of various networks into one IP based network It also proposes the convergence amongst the mobile, wireless, and wired netwotks.
Fujitsu's Challenges in Wireless Communications KB This paper describes the challenges that Fujitsu is taking up in wireless communications and reviews Fujitsu's development history in the first, second, and third generation of cellular systems.
Fujitsu is a total-system vendor of services, information, networks, and devices that derives its strength through inter-division collaboration. At the advent of 3G, Fujitsu established itself as a total-system vendor of mobile communications and started to deliver the major 3G components, for example, handsets, base transceiver stations BTSsradio node controllers, multimedia processing equipment, and multimedia mobile switches, to its customers.
Through the development of this equipment, many technological breakthroughs have been made.
This achievement is a testament to Fujitsu's expertise in semiconductor fabrication, digital signal processing, equipment technologies, and many other technologies.
This paper also looks at the speed and complexity of digital signal processing that will need to be achieved and the trends of software defined radio SDRwhich along with the expected progress in semiconductor fine-process technology will determine the specifications for the next-generation mobile system.
Finally, this paper describes the future network with which a ubiquitous communication society will be realized.
It has been established as an international standard to realize advanced services and also overcome the performance limitations of the telephone and data communication services that are based on existing second-generation mobile communication systems i.
This paper outlines the services recommended in IMT and describes the base station systems, switching systems, and various servers of the Imt network paper network architecture.
This paper also describes the packet processing mechanism and the techniques for constructing IMT networks. Finally, this paper describes the technologies related to intelligent networks INwhich provide additional, highly advanced services.
Overview of Mobile Network Services and Service Control Technologies for Future Enhancements of IMT 90 KB This paper looks at the trends in mobile communication services in Japan and proposes several service control technologies of Fujitsu and an example service for mobile users.
In Japan, some of the major mobile network operators have launched IMT Third-generation mobile services. These services provide users with phone services having superior voice quality and faster data communications than existing second-generation infrastructures.
This paper introduces services and products that exploit the capabilities of IMT and looks at the activities of network operators and service providers. This paper also proposes several of Fujitsu's service control technologies for future mobile communication systems and a service that uses these technologies to provide company users with a secure network access service over a VPN Virtual Private Network.
W-CDMA provides a voice service whose quality is comparable with that of a fixed public telephone network and also multimedia mobile communication services with global roaming capability.
This paper introduces the radio access technologies and signaling scheme of the W-CDMA system, which Fujitsu has been working on with the 3GPP community to achieve a competent and feasible system. First, this paper gives a brief description of Layers 3 and 2 of the radio interface protocol.
Then, it describes some of the essential aspects of the Layer 1 radio interface in frequency division duplex FDD mode, for example, the physical channel structure and transmitting power control method.
It can offer an efficient and flexible service by integrating the circuit switching function and packet switching function based on ATM technology. The software of this system has a hierarchical layer configuration.
This paper outlines the new hardware and software architecture of this Mobile Switching Node system and its high performance, high reliability, and high expandability. We then dramatically increased the number of traffic channels in this BTS and reduced its power consumption.
Then, in Septemberwe began mass production and delivery of the new, large-capacity BTS. This equipment conforms to the global standard specifications of the 3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project and was developed using all of Fujitsu's expertise, for example, expertise in radio technology, network technology, and electronic device technology.
This paper gives an overview of this large-capacity BTS and introduces its features. Radio Network Control System KB Our radio network control system based on the W-CDMA global standard specifications of the 3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project can provide multimedia services such as voice, TV telephone, packet, and multi-call at a higher quality and higher rate than those of the 2nd generation mobile telecommunication system.
Our radio network control system has a highly flexible and scalable structure. This has been achieved by dividing various functionalities such as diversity handover, common transport channel related transaction, user data transaction with protocol conversion, and bandwidth control based on ATM and other technologies into several transaction units.
These transaction units use high-speed RISC processors and closely interact with each other under the control of the application part to achieve various high-performance functionalities. This paper describes the architectures, functionalities, and technologies of our radio network control system.
Capacity analysis an integral part of dimensioning is a study that allows the estimation of required resources that can guarantee a defined level of satisfaction for the users.
Compared to fixed and 2G mobile networks, this task is much more challenging in 3G systems due to two main reasons. First is the fact that the cell edge in UMTS is continuously moving according to the traffic load, making dimensioning ambiguous and leaving room for under or over dimensioning.
The second challenge is an outcome of the multiple data rates and switching modes supported by the 3rd generation networks. Traffic and capacity analysis for such mixed services is a new concept which was addressed by Fujitsu by the use of a modified Stochastic Knapsack traffic model.
The Stochastic Knapsack is a multi service traffic model by definition and is generally used in ATM multiplexer dimensioning. This paper introduces the steps involved in UMTS air interface dimensioning and describes in detail how the basic stochastic knapsack was modified to provide a traffic model that captures the peculiarities of UMTS traffic.
We developed three functions for the AAA: We built an experimental test bed, conducted field trials, and evaluated characteristics of the AAA such as the compensation accuracy of the calibrator and the path search sensitivity of the path searcher.O’Brien’s Response Management is planning our Annual Incident Management Team Tabletop Exercise (IMT TTX)* in Houston, Texas on March 5 and 6.
The emergency response exercise and training seminar will be conducted in a workshop format this year to allow all in attendance more opportunity to experience what is involved in being a member [ ].
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This latest technology is named as 5G. 5G (5th generation mobile networks or 5th generation wireless systems) is a term used in some research papers and projects to denote the next major phase of mobile telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/IMT- Advanced standards.
5G is considered as beyond mobile communications technologies. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Performance analysis of cooperative mode selection in hybrid D2D and IMT-Advanced network | While Device-to-Device communication enables high-speed local services in.
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