Cordless Telecommunications Worldwide: The Evolution of Unlicensed PCS

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Walter H.W. Tuttlebee
Springer Science & Business Media, 06.12.2012 - 536 Seiten
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Cordless Telecommunications Worldwide describes the emergence of the global unlicensed PCS industry from initial developments in Europe to subsequent activities in Asia and America. This is related to the dynamic panorama of development, both in the available technology and in the market, which has occurred worldwide. Contributions from key industry players include: Evolution of the Cordless Telephone (unlicensed PCS) Market Applications; Standards Development Worldwide; New Digital Standard Products; Cordless Technology; Future Evolution of Cordless Telecommunications; Descriptions of Technical Standards including CT2, DECT, PHS, WCPE, and PACS. Comprehensive coverage of these issues will provide both managers and analysts in the telecommunications industry with valuable insights into and understanding of the market, the technologies and their interaction as well as likely future developments.
 

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Inhalt

The Cordless Market
3
The Wireless Private Automatic Branch Exchange
22
Telepoint in Europe
35
Telepoint in Asia
59
Cordless in the Local Loop
71
Cordless Terminal Mobility
88
Standardisation and Industry Development
102
UPCS Standards in the USA
120
Future Evolution of Cordless Systems
329
Technical Standards
351
The Personal Communications Interface PCI
365
The DECT Specifications
372
The DECT Access Profiles
390
Personal Wireless Telecommunications PWT
409
The PACSUB Standard
415
The PHS Standard
429

Standards Development in Japan
140
Industry Development and Products
151
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170
The Radio Channel
210
Cordless Access Networks
252
Cordless Data and Multimedia
268
Handset Architectures and Implementation
294
The PACSUA Standard
439
The Composite CDMATDMA Standard CCT
476
Glossary of Acronyms
506
Contributors Biographies
516
Index
527
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