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walls and partitions could mitigatethe interference between the FDD/TDD schemes. Table shows the basic parameters of the UTRA. Some of these parameters are discussed during our further discourse, but significantly more information can be gleaned concerning the UTRA system by carefully studying the table. The UTRA system is operated at a basic chip rate of 3.84 M c p ~giving a nominal band,~ width of 5 MHz, when using root-raised cosine Nyquist pulse-shaping filters with a rolloff factor of 0.22. UTRA fulfilled the requirements of 3G mobile radio systems by offering a range of user bit rates up to 2 Mbps. Various services having different bit rates and QoS can be readily supported using Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor (OVSF) codes [103], which will be highlighted in Section, and service multiplexing, which will be discussed in Section A key feature of the UTRA system, which was absent in the secondgeneration (2G) IS-95 system [63] was the use of a dedicated pilot sequence embedded in the users data stream. These can be invoked in order to support the operation of adaptive antennas at the base station (BS), which was not facilitated by the common pilot channel of the IS-95 system. However, a common pilot channel was still retained in UTRA in order to provide the demodulator s phase reference for certain common physical channels, when embedding pilot symbols for each user is not feasible. Regardless of whether a common channel is used or dedicated pilot pilots are embedded in the data, they facilitate the employment of coherent detection. Coherent detection is known to provide better performance than noncoherent detection [5]. Furthermore, the inclusion of short spreading codes enables the implementation of various performance enhancement techniques, such as interference cancellers and joint-detection algorithms, which results in excessive complexityin conjunction with long spreading codes. In order to support flexible system deploymentin indoor and outdoor environments,intercell-asynchronous operation is used in the FDD mode. This implies no external timing source, such as a reference signal that or the Global Positioning System (GPS) is required. However, in the TDD mode intercell synchronisation is required order to be able to seamlessly accessthe time-slots offered by in adjacent BSs during handovers. This achieved by maintaining synchronisation is between the BSs.
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transmissions such as voice. Packet networks are inherently ef cient but are not intended to support voice. The VoIP carriers overcome this quandary through a combination of effectively overengineering the packet network and using complex compression algorithms and buffers to improve performance. Note that, at least for the foreseeable future, the circuit-switched PSTN remains available as a backup in the event that the performance of an IP-based voice network is less than satisfactory at any given moment. In fact, VoIP service providers use the PSTN for backup, and the most capable VoIP PBXs have the ability to choose between the two networks based on user-de nable performance parameters. Note that not all VoIP is alike. Much consumer-level VoIP, particularly peer-to-peer services, is over the Internet, where quality is always questionable. This discussion of VoIP is obviously very brief, and VoIP is much more complex than is portrayed here. Among other things, VoIP requires a signaling and control mechanism, and the earlier discussion of signaling and control in this chapter was speci cally oriented toward the conventional circuit-switched PSTN. The IP-based networks supporting VoIP entail entirely different signaling and control mechanisms. Where those two networks meet, signaling and control issues must be resolved through a gateway that accomplishes protocol conversion. I discuss this and other VoIP issues in subsequent chapters.
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