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India moves closer to 3GPP

The Telecommunications Standards Development Society of India (TSDSI) has been granted Observer status in 3GPP.

Dr. Asok Chatterjee, the Executive Director of TSDSI, presented the society’s Observer application to the 3GPP Organizational Partners meeting – held in New Orleans on April 30, 2014 – informing delegates that the formation of a national telecommunications SDO in India will create a platform for direct participation in global standardization.


LTE & Small Cells: Meeting the Sync Demands

ATIS News Release, April 22, 2014

ATIS, the North American Organizational Partner in 3GPP, has announced a webinar to discuss the demands posed by the synchronization of LTE nodes in the small cell environment.

On Tuesday, May 13 (11:00 - 12:00, EDT), Tim Pearson of Sprint Inc. will moderate two presentations; from Tim Frost, Calnex Solutions and Jim Olsen, Microsemi, on how TDD-LTE, LTE-Advanced and Small Cells place new demands on networks and methods to deliver sync to meet stricter phase requirements.


4G Americas Report on 3GPP Release 11 and 12 Standards

February, 2014
4G Americas has published its Annual look at the features behind the current technologies from 3GPP. The 4G Mobile Broadband Evolution paper starts with a topical joke, but quickly settles in to being a thorough overview of progress on the two most recent Releases. 


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3GPP leaders visit the 5G Innovation Centre

Surrey University, England, January 31, 2014

At the recent ETSI Future Mobile Summit, the best of European Research demonstrated a new perspective on what will drive 5G and the impact it will have on the Standardization World. Motivated by the need for 3GPP to address the transition of Research output in to Industry Standards, a party of 3GPP leaders has made a return visit to Surrey University, the host of the 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC).

The major aim of the meeting between 3GPP and the 5GIC was to better understand how 3GPP and ETSI – as the European Partner and with its own ICT groups coming to the fore – could help to deliver the efficient transition of Research in to the Standards process, with the minimum of delay and the maximum of success.


LTE in 100 countries

GSA Press Release, February 5, 2014

The GSA has issued an Interim version of the  “Evolution to LTE” report, to herald the 100th Country with commercial services, as Cambodia beat off competition from Ghana, Peru and Zambia to be the 100th and latest Nation State with 4G/LTE.

The GSA “Evolution to LTE” report is packed with facts and analysis about the growth of the system, measuring a host of indicators, including National and network operator announcements.

 


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