UWC-136 (Universal Wireless Communications
UWC-136 is a 3G
wireless standard proposal based on TDMA technology, which is
developed by the Universal Wireless Communications Consortium.
UWC-136 is proposed by
TIA and then adopted by the ITU for 3G. UWC-136 allows the TDMA
community to migrate from 1st (IS-136) to 3rd
(UWC-136) generations systems which uses a wideband TDMA technique. It
simulates first generation (1G) Analog Mobile Phone System (AMPS) and
second generation TIA/EIA-136 technologies.
transmission technology proposes a low cost investment, deployment
path for both AMPS and TIA/EIA operators. The frequency bandwidth
ranges in which it can be deployed are 500 MHz to 2.5 GHz. The main
focus stands on promoting and implementing the IS-136 digital
standards. It also specifies the future development of the standard
and facilitating roaming agreements between IS-136 operators.
public, private, and residential operators in one locality
hierarchical cell Structures
based software radios.
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