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  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Coordinated Downlink Multi-Point Communications in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

    In this paper, the authors assess how coordination among base stations can be exploited to improve downlink capacity in Fourth Generation (4G) cellular networks. They focus on heterogeneous networks where low-power pico cells are deployed within the coverage area of an existing macro network with the aim of offloading traffic...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Performance Evaluation of Multicast/Broadcast Single Frequency Network Operation for WCDMA

    Multicast/broadcast networks are designed for supporting potentially large user groups where many users are subscribing simultaneously to the same content, as, for example, in the case of mobile TV. Traditional cellular networks were initially designed for unicast services, and, may waste radio network resources by transmitting the same content in...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    FlashLinQ: A Synchronous Distributed Scheduler for Peer-to-Peer Ad Hoc Networks

    This paper proposes FlashLinQ - a synchronous peer-to-peer wireless PHY/MAC network architecture for distributed channel allocation. By leveraging the fine-grained parallel channel access of OFDM, FlashLinQ develops an analog energy-level based signaling scheme that enables SIR (Signal to Interference Ratio) based distributed scheduling. This new signaling mechanism and the corresponding...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Winning Strategies for Wireless Data

    The numerous success stories being reported across the world have emphatically proven 3G to be an ideal solution for operators seeking to launch profitable, broadband data services. The tremendous capabilities of 3G mobile broadband have inspired operators to innovate exciting new applications/services and to launch new business models that provide...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    3G Applications and Services in Emerging Markets

    Emerging markets are of great interest to the entire wireless ecosystem. They provide tremendous opportunities for product and service growth while substantially improving the quality of life for residents. At the same time, they pose significant business model and technology challenges. This paper discusses how operators utilize innovative business models...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Economic Benefits of 3G for Different Countries Worldwide

    3G technologies have ushered in a new era of enhanced and expanded access to information and communication that is unprecedented in the history of telecommunications. Countries around the world are experiencing the growing benefits associated with advanced 3G mobile broadband technologies. The deployment of 3G solutions, devices and services enables...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // May 2009

    LTE - An Optimized OFDMA Solution for Wider Bandwidth Spectrum

    LTE is an optimized mobile OFDMA solution that continues 3G's track record of mobility and high spectral efficiency. It leverages new and wider bandwidth spectrum to boost data capacity in dense urban areas. 3G and its evolutions will continue to provide ubiquitous broadband coverage outside LTE areas as well as...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // May 2009

    1X Advanced - Four-Fold Increase in Voice Capacity

    CDMA2000 1X has a strong evolution path, allowing operators to effectively support increasing voice demand. CDMA2000 1X provides best-in-class voice capacity and has been adopted by more than 265 operators around the world. Operators can increase the capacity of today's 1X networks by up to 50% by employing commercially available...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    HSPA+ for Enhanced Mobile Broadband

    WCDMA operators have rapidly launched High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) services to capitalize on HSPA's mobile broadband capabilities and increased data capacity. As the natural evolution, HSPA+ further enhances the mobile broadband experience and increases the capacity through incremental investments and backward compatible handsets. HSPA+ Release 7 (R7) is commercial...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    On MAC Layer Throughput Enhancements in LTE-A by Downlink Macro Diversity

    Coordinated transmission between base stations is one of the techniques under investigation to further improve the system performance of E-UTRA. In general, such a coordination, sometimes also called network MIMO, requires a large amount of signaling between cells. A relatively simple scheme for cell coordination is macro diversity. In this...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    AWiMA: An Architecture for Adhoc Wireless Mobile Internet-Access

    This paper suggests a system architecture for wireless wide-area-networking access using adhoc networking between a mobile Client node without direct connectivity to a wireless-wide-area-network and a mobile Service Provider node with connectivity to a wireless-wide-area-network. It provides a means for securely providing such adhoc wireless networking services using a Server...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Qualcomm Business Model: A Formula for Innovation & Choice

    This paper discusses how QUALCOMM develops new enabling technology through investment in R&D and strategic acquisitions and has fostered competition by broadly licensing the rights to use its patented technology. Further, QUALCOMM provides its customers the opportunity to easily and quickly develop and introduce their products by providing chipset and...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Winning Strategies for Wireless Data

    The numerous success stories being reported across the world have emphatically proven 3G to be an ideal solution for operators seeking to launch profitable, broadband data services. The tremendous capabilities of 3G mobile broadband have inspired operators to innovate exciting new applications/services and to launch new business models that provide...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    3G Applications and Services in Emerging Markets

    Emerging markets are of great interest to the entire wireless ecosystem. They provide tremendous opportunities for product and service growth while substantially improving the quality of life for residents. At the same time, they pose significant business model and technology challenges. This paper discusses how operators utilize innovative business models...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Economic Benefits of 3G for Different Countries Worldwide

    3G technologies have ushered in a new era of enhanced and expanded access to information and communication that is unprecedented in the history of telecommunications. Countries around the world are experiencing the growing benefits associated with advanced 3G mobile broadband technologies. The deployment of 3G solutions, devices and services enables...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // May 2009

    LTE - An Optimized OFDMA Solution for Wider Bandwidth Spectrum

    LTE is an optimized mobile OFDMA solution that continues 3G's track record of mobility and high spectral efficiency. It leverages new and wider bandwidth spectrum to boost data capacity in dense urban areas. 3G and its evolutions will continue to provide ubiquitous broadband coverage outside LTE areas as well as...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // May 2009

    1X Advanced - Four-Fold Increase in Voice Capacity

    CDMA2000 1X has a strong evolution path, allowing operators to effectively support increasing voice demand. CDMA2000 1X provides best-in-class voice capacity and has been adopted by more than 265 operators around the world. Operators can increase the capacity of today's 1X networks by up to 50% by employing commercially available...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    HSPA+ for Enhanced Mobile Broadband

    WCDMA operators have rapidly launched High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) services to capitalize on HSPA's mobile broadband capabilities and increased data capacity. As the natural evolution, HSPA+ further enhances the mobile broadband experience and increases the capacity through incremental investments and backward compatible handsets. HSPA+ Release 7 (R7) is commercial...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Qualcomm Business Model: A Formula for Innovation & Choice

    This paper discusses how QUALCOMM develops new enabling technology through investment in R&D and strategic acquisitions and has fostered competition by broadly licensing the rights to use its patented technology. Further, QUALCOMM provides its customers the opportunity to easily and quickly develop and introduce their products by providing chipset and...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    AWiMA: An Architecture for Adhoc Wireless Mobile Internet-Access

    This paper suggests a system architecture for wireless wide-area-networking access using adhoc networking between a mobile Client node without direct connectivity to a wireless-wide-area-network and a mobile Service Provider node with connectivity to a wireless-wide-area-network. It provides a means for securely providing such adhoc wireless networking services using a Server...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    FlashLinQ: A Synchronous Distributed Scheduler for Peer-to-Peer Ad Hoc Networks

    This paper proposes FlashLinQ - a synchronous peer-to-peer wireless PHY/MAC network architecture for distributed channel allocation. By leveraging the fine-grained parallel channel access of OFDM, FlashLinQ develops an analog energy-level based signaling scheme that enables SIR (Signal to Interference Ratio) based distributed scheduling. This new signaling mechanism and the corresponding...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Coordinated Downlink Multi-Point Communications in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

    In this paper, the authors assess how coordination among base stations can be exploited to improve downlink capacity in Fourth Generation (4G) cellular networks. They focus on heterogeneous networks where low-power pico cells are deployed within the coverage area of an existing macro network with the aim of offloading traffic...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Performance Evaluation of Multicast/Broadcast Single Frequency Network Operation for WCDMA

    Multicast/broadcast networks are designed for supporting potentially large user groups where many users are subscribing simultaneously to the same content, as, for example, in the case of mobile TV. Traditional cellular networks were initially designed for unicast services, and, may waste radio network resources by transmitting the same content in...

    Provided By QUALCOMM

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    On MAC Layer Throughput Enhancements in LTE-A by Downlink Macro Diversity

    Coordinated transmission between base stations is one of the techniques under investigation to further improve the system performance of E-UTRA. In general, such a coordination, sometimes also called network MIMO, requires a large amount of signaling between cells. A relatively simple scheme for cell coordination is macro diversity. In this...

    Provided By QUALCOMM