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SECTION I: MARKETS AND APPLICATIONS


1	The Cordless Market
1.1	The Cordless Telephone and the Cellular Radio
1.2	The Global Emergence of Cordless 
1.2.1		The Evolution of Digital Cordless in Europe
1.2.2		In North America Things Were Different ...
1.2.3		Whilst in Asia ...
1.2.4		Global Markets - Regional Standards ?
1.3	Market Positioning
1.4	Market Segments and Requirements
1.4.1		Segmentation by Application
1.4.2		Generic Requirements 
1.5	Application Segments
1.5.1		The Domestic Residential Market
1.5.2		The Business Market - Cordless in the Office
1.5.3  		The Public Access Mobile Market
1.5.4		The Wireless Local Loop Market
1.6	Interdependency and Evolution
1.6.1		Market Segment Interdependency
1.6.2		Market Evolution
1.7	Summary 

2	The Wireless PBX
2.1	The Market in the mid-1990's
2.2	Users, Applications and Benefits
2.2.1		The Benefits of the Wireless PBX
2.2.2		Users and Applications
2.3	Barriers to Market Development
2.4	Addressing the Market Potential
2.5	Case Studies
2.5.1		A Production Facility: Coca Cola New Zealand
2.5.2		A General Office Environment: The Netherlands Tax Administration
2.5.3		A Retail Store: Dickens Specialist Home Improvement Retail Group
2.5.4		A Manufacturing Company: Axis Holdings
2.6	Summary 

3	Telepoint in Europe
3.1	UK - Rabbit and its Competitors
3.1.1		Licence Awards
3.1.2		Implementation Plans
3.1.3		Network Operation and Enhancement
3.1.4		The Changing Environment
3.1.5		Analysis	
3.2	France - Bi-Bop et al
3.2.1		Trial and Service Launch
3.2.2		Network Architecture
3.2.3		Market Positioning and Subscriber Base
3.2.4		Future Developments
3.3	Netherlands - Greenpoint
3.3.1		Technology
3.3.2		Network Deployment
3.3.3		Target User Groups
3.3.4		Positioning - the Greenhopper
3.3.5		Service Development 
3.4	Belgium - CITEL
3.4.1		Origins and Service Concept
3.4.2		Lessons 
3.5	Elsewhere in Europe
3.6	Summary 


4	Telepoint in Asia
4.1	Cordless Evolution and Revolution - Europe vs Asia
4.1.1		The Cordless Evolution in Europe
4.1.2		The Cordless Revolution in Asia
4.1.3		The Paging Phenomenon - Asia vs Europe
4.1.4		The Telepoint Squeeze in Hong Kong
4.2	The Asian Marketplace
4.2.1		China
4.2.2		Malaysia
4.2.3		Singapore
4.2.4		Thailand
4.2.5		Taiwan
4.2.6		Vietnam
4.2.7		Korea
4.3	Hong Kong - the Pioneer
4.3.1		Telepoint Introduction and Growth
4.3.2		Coverage
4.3.3		Marketing - Positioning, Pricing and Programmes
4.3.4		Paging as a Complement to Telepoint
4.3.5		Usage in  Multiple Environments
4.3.6		Cordless Access in the PCS Era
4.4	Summary

5	Cordless Local Loop
5.1	Why Wireless Local Loop ?
5.2	Approaches to Radio Access
5.2.1		Fixed Wireless Access
5.2.2		Wireless Access with Mobility 
5.3	Cordless Technologies for the Local Loop
5.3.1		Service Aspects
5.3.2		Network Aspects
5.3.3		Radio Aspects
5.4	Cordless Local Loop Trials	
5.4.1		Norway
5.4.2		Finland		
5.4.3		Sweden
5.4.4		Denmark
5.4.5		France
5.4.6		Hungary
5.4.7		Japan
5.5	Economics
5.5.1		Initial Costs
5.5.2		Installation Costs
5.5.3		Operating and Maintenance Costs
5.5.4		Salvage Value
5.5.5		Cost Evolution
5.5.6		Cost Estimates
5.6	Summary 

6	Cordless Terminal Mobility
6.1	The CTM Concept
6.2	The CTM Service
6.2.1		CTM Services
6.2.2		CTM Service Deployment
6.3	The CTM Market
6.3.1		Service Benefits
6.3.2		Regulatory Questions
6.4	Enabling Technologies
6.4.1		Digital Cordless Technologies
6.4.2		Integrated Services Digital Network - ISDN
6.4.3		Intelligent Networking - IN
6.5	The CTM Functional Architecture
6.5.1		CTM Functional Entities
6.5.2		CTM Reference Points
6.5.3		CTM Interfaces
6.6	The Role of CTM in the Evolution to Future Mobile Telecommunications Systems
6.6.1		The Use of Microcells
6.6.2		Public and Private System Interworking
6.6.3		The Use of the Fixed Network Infrastructure
6.6.4		The Use of IN for Service Control and Mobility Management
6.7	Summary

 
 
 
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