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Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1. Information Society
1.2. The third generation
1.3. The most popular candidates
1.4. Categories of services in the third generation
Fig.1.4 Categories of services in the third generation
1.5. Nokia
2.1. Multiple access techniques
2.2 How CDMA works
2.3 Spreading codes
2.3.1 M-Sequences
2.3.2 Gold sequences
2.3.3 Orthogonal codes
2.4. Example of modulation of spread spectrum of a signal:
Chapter 3. WCDMA
3.1. Characteristics and Benefits
3.2. Multipath Radio Channels
3.3. IP multimedia subsystems
3.3.1. What is mobile IP?
3.4. High-speed Downlink Packet Access
3.5. High-Speed Uplink Packet Access
Chapter 4. Spectrum Allocations for Third Generation Systems
4.1. The standardisation organisations
4.1.1. Creation of 3GPP
4.1.2. IMT-2000
Chapter 5. WCDMA Background
5.1 Background in Europe
5.2. Background in Japan
5.3. Background in the United States
5.4. Background in Korea
Chapter 6. Radio Access Network Architecture
6.1. UE (User Equipment)
6.2. UTRAN elements
6.3. The main elements of the CN (Core Network)
6.4. UTRAN Interfaces
6.5. Utran and GSM network Comparison
6.6. Evolution of the Access Network
Chapter 7. Protocols Architecture in the UMTS Access Network
7.1. Physical Layer
7.1.1. Introduction
7.1.2 Physical Layer Services Physical Sublevel Services
7.1.3.Transport Sublevel Services Definition of the services Types of Transport Channels
7.1.4 Physical Layer Functions Physical Sublevel Functions Transport sublevel Functions
7.2 MAC Layer
7.2.1 Functions of the MAC layer
7.2.2 Logical Channels
7.3 RLC Layer
7.3.1. RLC Layer Architecture Services and functions of the Transparent Mode TM of the RLC layer
7.4 BMC Layer
7.4.1 BMC Layer Architecture
7.4.2. BMC layer Functions
7.5.1. PDPC Layer Architecture
7.5.2. PDPC Layer Services
7.5.3. PDPC Layer Functions
7.6. RRC Layer
7.6.1. RRC Layer Architecture
7.6.2. RRC Service States
7.6.3. RRC Functions and Signalling Procedures
Chapter 8. Power Control
8.1. Open Loop Power Control
8.2. Closed Loop Power Control
8.3. Cell breathing
8.4. Cell selection: CPICH coverage
8.5. Softer and Soft Handovers
8.6. Admission Control
8.7. Load Control (Congestion Control)
8.8. Power Control and Diversity
Chapter 9. Future Lines
9.1. OFDM Technology
9.2. The New Network
Chapter 10. Mobile phone radiation and the environment
10.1. Health hazards of mobiles
10.2. Health hazards of base stations
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