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PMP wireless broadband access systems use different access methods, taking into account the basic physical parameters of frequency, code and time. This leads to the four access methods of: 1. 2. 3. 4. Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA); Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA); Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA); Multi-Carrier Time Division Multiple Access (MC-TDMA).
Internal compatibility in UMTS is important if the operator, or several operators, uses either the FDD or TDD interface in a certain location or in nearby locations, and yet operate in the same or adjacent frequency bands. The system planning must then be done very carefully. One has to consider the necessity of applying the geographical separation (in distance) or frequency separation between the stations. In the case of systems installed near the country border it is necessary to take into account the possibility of mutual impact with the foreign stations. The cross-border coordination of locations and station parameters is then indispensable (see Section 11.5). The requirements of internal compatibility concern equally the terrestrial as the satellite components of UMTS/IMT-2000. Here, only the terrestrial component is considered. However, if in some area both components, the terrestrial and the satellite, are developed concurrently then the requirements of their mutual compatibility must be considered. Shared as well as adjacent band compatibilities are to be considered. These problems are dealt with in e.g. ERC Report 65 [6] for the core band 2 GHz, and in ITU-R Report M. 2041 [13] for the extended band 2.5 GHz. In cases when the UMTS/IMT-2000 systems will use high-altitude platform stations (HAPSs), the methodology of evaluation of co-channel interference, as well as a separation distance between base stations is presented in the ITU-R Recommendation M.1641 [34]. Calculations performed according to this methodology have revealed the required sizes of separation distances. They can be just a few kilometres in the case if the number of users per cell is small (less than 100) or if the transmission power of the HAPS is small (less than 50 mW), and they can reach some tens of kilometres in the case if there are some hundreds of users or the transmission power higher than some tens of mW. Concerning problems of internal compatibility of UMTS terrestrial component, for both TDD or FDD modes, the following impact scenarios exist MS MS, MS BS, BS MS and BS BS. It is also essential in which HCS (macro/micro/pico) layer the analysed base or mobile stations are placed, and whether the stations are located indoors or outdoors. However, for co-existence studies not all scenarios are essential. Out of the contents of the document 3GPP TR 25.942 [35], it follows
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