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SECTION IV: TECHNICAL STANDARDS


17	CT2 Common Air Interface I-ETS 300 131
17.1  	Aims and Origins
17.2  	Structure of the Standard
17.3  	The Radio Interface
17.4  	Signalling Layer 1
17.5  	Signalling Layer 2
17.6  	Signalling Layer 3
17.7  	Speech Coding and Transmission Plan
17.8 	Data Services

18	PCI
18.1	Aims and Origins
18.2	Structure of the Standard
18.3	Principal Changes from CT2
18.4	The Radio Interface
18.5	Signalling Layer 1
18.6	Signalling Layer 2
18.7	Signalling Layer 3
18.8	Speech Coding and Telephony 


19	The DECT Specification
19.1	The DECT Services
19.1.1		Residential Cordless Telephony
19.1.2		Cordless Business Communication Systems
19.1.3		Public Access 
19.1.4		Evolutionary Applications
19.1.5		Basic Features and Capabilities
19.2	Structure of the Specification Documents
19.3	The System Specifications
19.3.1		ETS 300 175-1: Overview
19.3.2		ETS 300 175-2: The Physical Layer, PHL
19.3.3		ETS 300 175-3: The Medium Access Control Layer, MAC
19.3.4		ETS 300 175-4: The Data Link Control Layer, DLC
19.3.5		ETS 300 175-5: The Network Layer, NWK
19.3.6		ETS 300 175-6: Identities and Addressing
19.3.7		ETS 300 175-7: Security Features
19.3.8		ETS 300 175-8: Speech Coding and Transmission
19.4	Other Standards
19.4.1		ETS 300 329: EMC Standards for DECT Equipment
19.4.2		ETS 300 331: DECT Authentication Module, DAM
19.4.3		ETS 300 700: Wireless Relay Stations, WRS
19.5	Access Profile Specifications
19.6	Type Approval Specifications
19.6.1		CTR 6
19.6.2		CTR 10
19.7	Reports

20	The DECT Access Profiles
20.1	The DECT Profiles - Overview
20.2	DECT goes Public - PAP and GAP
20.3	Wireless ISDN - The DECT/ISDN Interworking Profile
20.4	Data Interworking Profile
20.4.1		Purpose of the Profile
20.4.2		Service Types and Mobility Classes
20.5	DECT/GSM Interworking Profile
20.5.1		DECT/GSM Interconnection
20.5.2		DECT/GSM Services and Features
20.5.3		DECT/GSM IWP Radio Interface
20.5.4		DECT/GSM Fixed Interconnection
20.5.5		Other Standards in the DECT/GSM IWP
20.5.6		Future Development of DECT/GSM
20.5.7		Other Aspects of the DECT/GSM IWP
20.6	Profile Type Approval
20.7	Profile Standardisation Status
20.8	Further Profiles ?

21	PWT (WCPE)
21.1	Aims and Origins
21.2	Structure of the Standard
21.3	Basic Parameters and Rationale
21.4	Principal Changes from DECT
21.4.1		Physical Layer Changes
21.4.2		MAC Layer Changes
21.4.3		Traffic Capacity Performance
21.4.4		Interoperability Profiles

22	The PACS - UB Standard
22.1	Objectives and Document Organization
22.2	Definitions
22.3	Overview of PACS-UB Concept
22.4 	Radio Parameters
22.5 	Layer 1 Interface Specification
22.6 	Layer 2 Interface Specification
22.7	Layer 3 Interface Specification
22.8	Speech Service Option
22.9	Messaging Service Option
22.10	Circuit Mode Data Service Option
22.11	Interleaved Speech / Data Option
22.12	In-service Testing Option

23	The PHS Standard
23.1	System Overview
23.2	Radio Aspects
23.3	Radio Channel Structures
23.4	Radio Circuit Control
23.5	Network Interfaces


24	PACS - UA
24.1	System Characteristics and Structure
24.1.1		Characteristics
24.1.2		Architecture
24.1.3		Spectrum Etiquette
24.2	Main Differences from PHS

25	The Orthogonal CDMA (OCDMA) Wireless Telephone System
25.1	System Overview
25.1.1		OCDMA WUPE System Parameters and Concept
25.1.2		System Range, Coverage and Capacity				
25.2	Physical Layer Description						
25.2.1		Physical Layer Characteristics				
25.2.2		Transmission of Physical Packets		
25.2.3		Reception of Physical Packets			
25.2.4		Enhanced Emergency 911 System Operation	
25.3	Media Access Control (MAC) and Higher Layers
25.3.1		MAC Layer Description
25.3.2		Data Link Layer Description
25.3.3		Network Layer Description
25.3.4		Privacy and Authentication Requirements
25.3.5		Audio System Performance Requirements

26     CCT - The Composite CDMA / TDMA Standard
26.1	Design Objectives
26.1.1		Flexible Public Cell Sizes
26.1.2		Public & Private System Operation
26.1.3		Minimal Interference to Other Systems and Users
26.1.4		Mobile Directed Mobility Management
26.1.5		Flexible System Capacity
26.2		Standardization (IS-661)
26.3		Applications Flexibility
26.3.1		Mobility
26.3.2		Wireless Local Loop
26.4		Services, Features & Functions Supported
26.4.1		Voice Services
26.4.2		Data Services
26.4.3		Features Supported
26.5		Technology Overview
26.5.1		RF Specifications
26.5.2		Operating Frequency
26.5.3		Channelization
26.5.4		Frequency Reuse
26.5.5		Spread Spectrum TDMA Approach Within a Cell
26.5.6		Multiple Access
26.5.7		Traffic/Control Channels
26.5.8		Traffic Mode
26.5.9		Link Budgets
26.5.10		Vocoders
26.6		Layer 1 Air Interface Specification
26.6.1		Modulation
26.6.2		TDMA, FDMA, and CDMA Multiple Access Methods
26.6.3		Signal Acquisition and Synchronization
26.6.4		RF Stability Requirements 
26.6.5		Transmit Power
26.6.6		Power Control
26.6.7		Receiver Selectivity
26.6.8		Receiver Sensitivity
26.6.9		Signal Quality Measurement of the Physical Interface
26.7		Layer 2 Air Interface Specification
26.7.1		Channel Acquisition, Etiquette, & States
26.7.2		Multiple Associated Signalling Time Slots / Frame
26.7.3		Superframe Structures
26.7.4		Multiple Mode Traffic
26.8		Layer 3 Air Interface Specification
26.8.1		Handoff
26.8.2		Registration
26.8.3		Privacy & Authentication
26.8.4		Voice & Data
26.8.5		Zones, Information Elements, Procedures, & Algorithms
26.8.6		Additional Standards Documentation
26.9		Network Options
26.9.1		Public / Private System Operation
26.9.2		GSM Networks
26.9.3		AIN-Based Networks 
26.9.4		Cable TV Networks

 

 
 
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