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    WCDMA (Wide-band Code Division Multiple Access) Single Unified Standard TECHNOLOGY Analog Cellular Digital Cellular Broadband with CDMA, IP (Internet Protocol) technology Unified IP and seamless combination of broadband, LAN, WAN, & WLAN. SERVICES Mobile Technology (Voice) Digital Voice, SMS, Higher Capacity Packetized Integrated high quality audio and video Dynamic information access, MULTIPLEXING FDMA TDMA & CDMA CDMA MC-CDMA / OFDM (TDMA) SWITCHING Circuit Circuit & Packet Packet All packet CORE NETWORK PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) Packet Network Internet HANDOFF Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal and Vertical Q2: Dual Band…

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    3g Mobile Case Study

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    2G RADIO CHANNEL:  INTRODUCTION: Telecom is currently time to tackle a basic part in the arrival of information beginning with one point then on the following point.it be in a sort of verbal structure, in a kind of text, yet now there is a package of new improvements present in telecom with the guide of? i video calling too possible. New organizations and progressions learn through transparent the front line exertion and client longing to increment and contention in the middle of manager and…

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    information over a single broadcast link without interfering with each other. To achieve this, multiple access protocols coordinate the transmission. The three classes of multiple access protocols are, random access, taking-turns and channel partitioning. With random access protocol, each node tries to randomly to use the complete broadcast link, without any regard to the other nodes. Taking-turns protocol uses some type of turning mechanism, which designates which node is allowed to…

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    Ericsson Case Analysis

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    2 Ericsson Network Technologies (Cables) unit provides a range of cable-related items for telecom and power networks. LM Ericsson is engaged in the passive fiber access network field including integration of copper, fiber optic and mobile technologies. About a third of the sales from its Cables group is attributable to inter-segment sales. Manufacturing is carried out in China, India, Ericsson Power Modules is a supplier of direct current (DC)/DC converters and DC/DC regulators,…

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    and how to maintain the communication seamlessly and the roaming service as well as the cost of roaming service. Furthermore, the 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G generations will be discussed. Finally, the potential issues or risks while using the mobile wireless will be discussed. 1. the technical details of FDMA, TDMA and CDMA (1) FDMA Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA) bandwidth is divided into narrow frequency slots and is use to allocate a unique frequency band or channel that a user is…

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    Code-division multiple access (CDMA) Discussion of CDMA Code-division multiple access (CDMA) is a multiple access method used by different types of radio communication technologies. Direct-sequence spread spectrum signals uses CDMA which allow more than one user to share a channel. CDMA is a form of multiplexing which allows many signals to occupy a transmission channel and optimizing the use of available bandwidth. Therefore, the receiver separates the signals from the users by cross…

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    Wireless technologies have transformed our lives greatly. Until a few years back, we needed a wired computer connected to telephonic ports to get internet access. Nowadays, mobile phones are used for super-fast internet, with applications ranging from banking to movie ticketing. This wireless technology helps reduce cost and also increases mobility. Devices are shrinking in terms of their size and are growing in processing speeds. 4G is the fourth generation of broadband mobile technology after…

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    Ancient Gender Division

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    1A. One cause of the gender divisions in the ancient world is belief systems. It is seen that commonly, ancient societies put their faith into male gods, whether it being multiple or one. In his essay, Hughes writes, “Patriarchy triumphed when the Hebrews developed monotheism. Hebrew women were excluded from access to the covenant of males in a religion that allowed worship of only one male god” (Hughes 13). This gave more power to males because they shared the same gender with the god they…

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    individual’s ability to identify with multiple characteristics is known as Intersectionality. Kimberle Crenshaw “coined this term in attempt to interlock complex identities and how it works to privilege or oppress an individual” (Bromley 47). Intersectionality serves as an analytical tool for understanding how social inequality is perceived and the degree to which it is measured in an individual’s life based on…

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    signal has to wait its turn because only one can travel at a time. Examples of half duplex are the push-to-talk Nextel phones and standard walkie-talkies. The third communication mode that allows for simultaneous bi-directional signal transfer is known as full duplex. Cellular technologies utilize full duplex (Gow & Smith, 2006). The purpose a cellular network…

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