Overview of Research Activities for Third Generation Mobile Communication

  • Tero Ojanperä
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Abstract

This paper gives an overview of worldwide air interface research activities towards the third generation mobile communications (UMTS and FPLMTS/IMT-2000). The status of standardization for each main region (Europe, Asia, USA) is discussed. Third generation research activities are described focusing into the air interface concept developments. Details of different CDMA, TDMA, OFDM and hybrid air interface designs are given. Furthermore, the implications of Time Division Duplex operation are covered.

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Frame Length Multiuser Detection Spreading Code Time Division Duplex Coherent Detection 
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