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UMTS Tech Paper

UMTS Tech Paper

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Overview of UMTS
Guoyou He (51005L)Telecommunication Software and Multimedia LaboratoryHelsinki University of Technologyghe@cc.hut.fi
 
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Since the analog cellular systems involved in our life, mobile communications have evolved to itsthird generation (3G)). The richness of features and functionalities with high quality of service in3G will bring people to a fascinating world. UMTS is the European vision of 3G mobilecommunication systems. One of the key functionalities of UMTS is the ability to provide servicesanywhere and anytime. In UMTS the mobile equipment will be used for any possible purpose suchas communication, entertainment, business and all kinds of services. This essay reviews the UMTSsystems as a 3G platform for mobile communications and services. It gives an overview of UMTSsystems from the areas including its evolution, architecture, protocols and service capabilities. It also analyses the UMTS markets and presents UMTS vendors’ products and strategies as well astheir recent activities in 3G.The content of this essay is mainly divided into five key parts: the first part is Evolution of UMTSwhich gives an overall picture for the history of UMTS development and the evolution process of mobile communication systems from GSM to UMTS; the second part is UMTS architecture, whichillustrates the technical and service architectures of the three key subsystems, UTRAN, CN network and Terminals, in the UMTS systems; the third part is UMTS protocols, which presents the main protocols used from UE to service provider across UTRAN and PS CN in the UMTS systems; the fourth part is service capabilities, which summarizes the possible services supported by the UMTSnetworks and the enabled services for the end users; the fifth part is UMTS market, which firstlyshows the UMTS systems market shares in the near past years and the prediction on potential bigmarkets for UMTS deployment in near future based on the public information; then it is presented that the UMTS vendors’ products, strategies and their recent activities in 3G. The available 3Gterminals are listed as the final part in this section.The specification on 3G is an evolving process. Many features and functionalities of UMTS are stillunder development. Vendors battle on pushing their UMTS networks and technologies. Though the process of development and deployment UMTS will be tough, UMTS shall finally change the way of our life and bring people to a brilliant new world.

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