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Definition of Telecommunication

system

( GSM , WCDMA, RBS 6000 Family )


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1 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………… 3

2 GSM……………………………………………………………… 4

3 WCDMA…………………………………………............... 5

4 TDM ………………………………… 6

5 CDMA………………………………………. 7

6 RBS 6000 FAMILY ……………… 8-23

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Introduction
 In the beginning of communications and 1G in particular,

there was no standard telecommunications system in

place for countries. Japan had a special system, America

had a system, Australia, France, South Africa and others,

which is very negative and complicated,

There was a need for a global communications union

International Telecommunication Union (ITU ),

technological developments and the consolidation of the

foundations for all countries of the world to meet

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GSM
 "Global System for Mobile communications" is a mobile data

communications protocol, whereby a fixed frequency is

allocated to each user on the network without changing it.

GSM uses the TDM package Which provides 8 simultaneous

calls on the same wireless frequency. which is specific to

second generation networks (2G). The system first appeared

in 1991, and by the end of 1997, More than 100 countries

especially in Europe and Asia.

GSM networks are a leader in some services such as SMS


GSM uses TDM protocol .

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WCDMA

 (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) - definition


Wideband CDMA is a third-generation (3G) wireless standard
which allows use of both voice and data and offers data speeds of
up to 384 Kbps.
3G is loosely defined, but generally includes high data speeds,
always-on data access, and greater voice capacity.
WCDMA uses Packet Switching and Circuit Switching.

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TDM

 Time-division multiplexing divide the frequency channel into smaller


frequencies. These frequencies are reserved for a specified period of time.
However, this method of multiple access is very specific to the number of users,
available speeds, possible services, security and privacy

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CDMA

 The CDMA method allows users to access the frequency channel using Codes, ie
instead of using a particular part of the frequency channel at a specific time,
multiple users are allowed to transmit and receive the channel, but before
sending information from the transmitter and converting it to a signal, This
signal is struck by a special code known only to the transmitter and the
receiver. The encrypted signals are transmitted together in the same frequency
channel. At reception, the receiver receives the signals but receives its signal
only by beating with the same code, CDMA uses Circuit Switching

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RBS 6000 FAMILY

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RBS 6000 PORTFOLIO

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FLEXIBILITY AND MODULARITY

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SINGLE AND MULTI STANDARD RADIO

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DIFFERENT SITE SCENARIOS

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AN RBS FOR EVERY APPLICATION

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RBS 6201

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RBS 6102

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RBS 6202

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RBS 6101

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RBS 6601

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RBS 6301

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RBS 6302

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MICRO RBS

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PICO RBS

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RBS 6000 Features

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