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systems, and ef cient support of multimedia communications. CDMA technology is highly suited to meeting these objectives. The third-generation standard that has evolved directly from cdmaOne is termed cdma2000, and cdma2000 is in turn a component of a global standardization initiative called International Mobile Telecommunication 2000 (IMT-2000), which will eventually integrate a wide range of digital terrestrial and satellite systems into one worldwide mobile system. Further details on the IMT-2000 initiative may be found in [Ste01]. In the IMT-2000 arena, a competitor to cdma2000 is wideband CDMA (W-CDMA), and the two families of standards have different spectrum requirements. Whereas cdma2000 in all its forms utilizes the 1.25-MHz channels of the cdmaOne system, W-CDMA requires a 5-MHz channel bandwidth. At this writing the cdma2000 technology appears to be gaining stronger support from network operators. Many cdmaOne network operators are following a two-stage migration path to cdma2000. The rst stage is implementation of cdma2000 1 RTT (single-carrier radio transmission technology), which uses a 1.25-MHz CDMA channel to support packet-switched data service at a speeds up to 144 kb/s and also doubles voice traf c capacity relative to cdmaOne networks. The second stage of migration is cdma2000 1 EV-DO (single-carrier evolution, data optimized, or data only), which provides packetswitched data service at rates up 2.4 Mb/s. The cdma2000 1 RTT technology is usually categorized as 2.5 generation, since the achievable data rate is still signi cantly lower than objectives set for the third-generation. However, cdma2000 1 EV-DO is unequivocally a rst step of third-generation cellular technology. The name cdma2000 1 EV -DO is commonly used for the TIA/EIA Standard IS-856, which is based on Qualcomm s high-data-rate (HDR) technology [Ben00]. Thus, cdma2000 1 EV-DO is also termed high data rate [Est00]. As the designation 1 denotes, HDR operates in a single 1.25-MHz CDMA channel, and a network operator can implement HDR on any or all of the cell sites in the service network, with no change in cell site layout being required. HDR-modi ed base station equipment is required, however. While HDR operates in the 1.25-MHz channels of basic CDMA, it does not overlay HDR data traf c onto digital voice traf c on the same RF carrier frequency. Instead, it uses a pair of RF channels dedicated to HDR traf c. The dedicated-channel approach was adopted to optimize the 1 EV-DO standard for data service. If the user requires voice service, a dual-mode mobile terminal is needed to access a separate RF channel. To emphasize this data-only aspect of HDR, terminals used for data-only applications are referred to as access terminals (ATs). Also, the IS-856 standard refers to base stations as access networks (ANs). The forward HDR channel (AN to AT) signal is always transmitted at full power and a data rate control scheme, rather than power control, is used. The AN communicates with multiple ATs but with only one AT at a time, allocating transmission time to each AT on a demand and opportunity basis. As shown in Fig. 15.9, the HDR forward link is composed of slots of length 2048 chips, or 1.66 . . . ms at the channel chip rate of 1.2288 Mc/s [3GP00]. Groups of 16 slots are synchronized to system timing on even-second time ticks. The system uses GPS to maintain precise time synchronism. Each time slot is divided into two half-slots, each of which is time-division multiplexed into MAC (128 chips), pilot (96 chips) and data (800 chips) elds. The data elds support either a forward traf c channel or a control channel, distinguishable at the AT by a preamble inserted into the data. Note that each pilot channel burst is
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