Network planning for third-generation mobile radio systems

JCS Cheung, MA Beach, JP McGeehan

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Abstract

The success of UMTS relies not only on the development of a flexible air interface, efficient coding techniques, and handset technology; it is equally important to design a system that can support the underlying technology and to interface with other networks
Translated title of the contributionNetwork planning for third-generation mobile radio systems
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)54 - 59
Number of pages5
JournalIEEE Communications Magazine
Volume32
Issue number11
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 1994

Bibliographical note

Rose publication type: Journal article

Sponsorship: Elements of this work were supported by the CEC
under RACEproject PLATON (R2007). The authors
would like to express their gratitude to the members
of the PLATON consortium: AT&T Network
and Systems UK, Ltd. (United Kingdom), Dassault
Automatismes et TClCcommunications (France),
National Technical University of Athens (Greece),
TClCdiffussion de France C2R (France), and Centro
de Estudos de TCICcommunica@s (Portugal).

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Keywords

  • mobile radio systems
  • telecommunication services
  • 3G

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