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  HSDPA guide - High-Speed Downlink Packet Access
HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) is a new standard that extends W-CDMA to increase the downlink communication rate.
HSDPA is divided into twelve categories according to supported modulation and error-correcting methods.
HSDPA technology was standardized by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project and offers a theoretical maximum downlink speed up to 14Mbps.
www.hackerscenter.com /wireless/hsdpa.asp   (559 words)

  
  High-Speed Downlink Packet Access - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HSDPA is part of release 5 UMTS networks, which also accompanies an improvement on the uplink providing a new bearer of 384 kbit/s (previous max bearer was 128 kbit/s).
KTF launched commercial HSDPA service for phone by June 30, 2006 in 40 cities of South Korea, which expecting to be up to all 84 cities by end of year 2006.
Vodacom was the first to deploy HSDPA commercially in South Africa becoming the 14th network world-wide to deploy HSDPA which created some kind of a battle between the two networks who have become renowned for their fierce competition in the mobile broadband space to be the first to launch new and innovative technologies and services.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/HSDPA   (2685 words)

  
 | ARCchart | Blueprint : headline
HSDPA is to W-CDMA as GPRS is to GSM; an interim technology which acts as an upgrade to existing cellular infrastructure, enhancing network performance without the CAPEX burden of overlaying an entirely new radio network.
HSDPA is to W-CDMA as GPRS is to GSM; an interim technology which acts as an upgrade to existing infrastructure, enhancing network performance without the CAPEX burden of overlaying an entirely new radio network — some are now referring to the technology as 3.5G.
HSDPA is standardised as an element of the 3GPP Release 5 WCDMA specification and provides a two-fold improvement in network capacity and boost data speeds up to five times, to over 10Mbps.
www.arcchart.com /blueprint/show.asp?id=355&qtabs=99999   (1209 words)

  
 HSDPA is a mouthful for speed | InfoWorld | News | 2005-02-16 | By John Blau, IDG News Service
HSDPA technology is the key feature of the Release 5 specification approved in 1999 by the 3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project).
The first HSDPA handsets will be available on the market early next year, with the technology to be integrated into PCs a year later, according to Mikael Bäck, vice president of WCDMA radio networks at Ericsson.
New HSDPA handsets, according to John Leonard, vice president business strategy at Lucent, will need to manage higher power consumption and heat dissipation requirements in addition to integrating new algorithms in their chip sets.
www.infoworld.com /article/05/02/16/HNhsdpaspeed_1.html   (1698 words)

  
 CommsDesign - HSDPA Helps W-CDMA Nets Compete with DSL, Cable Services
HSDPA is based on W-CDMA evolution and is standardized as an element of the 3GPP Release 5 WCDMA specification, and is in fact the key new feature in this latest release.
HSDPA is built on a distributed architecture that achieves low delay link adaptation by placing key processing at the base station and thus closer to the air interface (Figure 1).
The HSDPA approach can, for example, manage scheduling to track the fast fading of the users and when conditions are favorable to allocate most of the cell capacity to a single user for a very short period of time.
www.commsdesign.com /showArticle.jhtml?articleID=17300672   (1951 words)

  
 Universal Mobile Telecommunications System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From the beginning of 2006, UMTS networks in Japan are being upgraded with High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA), sometimes known as 3.5G.
In 2006, South African operators Vodacom and MTN have deployed HSDPA to the public.
In Croatia, VIPnet has implemented UMTS (11/2004) and HSDPA (4/2006) for public usage.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/UMTS   (2676 words)

  
 Tech Digest: Who will be first with HSDPA in the UK?
As you may or many not know HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Data Packet Access) is the exciting new technology which will enable mobile phone networks to ramp up data speeds to levels well beyond what we currently have with 3G.
Orange is also keen on HSDPA and stressed how important it is at the 3GSM show in Cannes earlier in the year.
HSDPA PCMCIA cards for laptops are a cert though and maybe for the first time, we’ll have really smooth video streaming.
www.techdigest.tv /2005/11/who_will_be_fir.html   (398 words)

  
 HSDPA is not ready yet - Softpedia
Although several operators have announces their intention to adopt the HSDPA standard, which is a faster version of WCDMA, this will not happen until 2006.
According to a study published by Informa Telcoms & Media’s HSDPA Status Update, the postponing of the new standard is caused by the lack of sufficient compatible terminals.
HSDPA is announced for the end of 2005, but until now, only LG seems to be the only one being able to mass manufacture compatible terminals.
news.softpedia.com /news/HSDPA-is-not-ready-yet-1583.shtml   (369 words)

  
 HSDPA Overview, Tutorials/Resources
HSDPA provides a smooth evolutionary path for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) networks to higher data rates and higher capacities, in the same way as Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) does in the Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) world.
HSDPA was introduced in the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) release 5 standards.
HSDPA will make life easy for 3G customers, providing vastly better service for both corporate users and individuals, with data delivered at speeds comparable to or better than fixed-line broadband access systems.
www.telecomspace.com /latesttrends-hsdpa.html   (660 words)

  
 UMTS HSDPA
High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) is a packet-based data service in W-CDMA downlink with data transmission up to 8-10 Mbps (and 20 Mbps for MIMO systems) over a 5MHz bandwidth in WCDMA downlink.
HSDPA implementations includes Adaptive Modulation and Coding (AMC), Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO), Hybrid Automatic Request (HARQ), fast cell search, and advanced receiver design.
HSDPA is evolved from and backward compatible with Release 99 WCDMA systems.
www.umtsworld.com /technology/hsdpa.htm   (224 words)

  
 Akihabara News - SCH-W200, Samsung's HSDPA phone
This is the first HSDPA phone commercially available for consumers in the market.
HSDPA, a new form of mobile broadband, is capable of transmitting data at speeds about seven to ten times faster than that of WCDMA.
Samsung will also be providing HSDPA handsets for KTF, Korea’s second largest mobile service operator, in June.
akihabaranews.com /en/news-11740-SCH-W200,+Samsung's+HSDPA+phone.html   (367 words)

  
 Nokia - HSDPA
HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) marks a similar boost for WCDMA that EDGE does for GSM.
HSDPA also shortens the round-trip time between the network and terminals and reduces variance in downlink transmission delay.
Nokia Research Center Dallas completed the HSDPA demonstration in January 2003 as a first demo at Nokia on this topic.
www.nokia.com /nokia/0,8764,49693,00.html   (252 words)

  
 HSDPA in Africa. HSDPA News and useful info
HSDPA is a technology for improving the downlink performance of W-CDMA networks and is part of the evolutionary path of 3G enhancements to the GSM technology family.
HSDPA = High Speed Downlink Packet Access is a software upgrade for 3G networks based on the W-CDMA air-interface standard, a 3G access technology that has been adopted by the GSM community as a global standard.
HSDPA is typically a software upgrade to a W-CDMA network - enabling operators to roll out this high-speed technology rapidly and cost effectively.
www.mobileafrica.net /hsdpa.php   (500 words)

  
 HSPDA - the next step for 3G
HSDPA's incremental UMTS network upgrade aims to increase user peak data rates and quality-of-service and improve spectral efficiency - much like EDGE and 1XRTT have done for 2G.
HSDPA adds a channel-sharing mechanism that allows several users to share the high-speed air interface channel and other technological advances such as adaptive modulation and coding, quadrature amplitude modulation and channel quality feedback.
HSDPA promises to provide a better return on investment and stronger revenues per megabit delivered compared to other avenues to very high-speed service.
www.3gnewsroom.com /3g_news/dec_04/news_5314.shtml   (820 words)

  
 SK Telecom Launches World First 3G HSDPA Service
HSDPA, the upgrade of 3G WCDMA, is a global standard technology allowing video conferencing and high-speed, high-capacity data access to users.
HSDPA technology theoretically offers a maximum download speed of 14.4 Mbps, with the current launch device supporting mobile data connections up to 1.8 Mbps.
However, the actual handset cost is predicted to be around 400,000 won after subsidies, since HSDPA members are expected to receive equal benefits as new WCDMA subscribers, who are automatically granted handset subsidies worth 300,000 won regardless of their service term.
www.3g.co.uk /PR/May2006/3092.htm   (1284 words)

  
 Super 3G hot spots due in 2006 - ZDNet UK News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mobile workers should be able to access much faster 3G mobile services next year in some parts of the UK, if operators keep to their current plans for the rollout of HSDPA services.
HSDPA — dubbed Super 3G by some — is an enhancement of existing UMTS 3G technology.
O2 will test HSPDA on the Isle of Man this summer and Dave Williams, O2's chief technology officer, is confident that these trials will lead to commercial deployment in the UK, Ireland and Germany in 2006.
news.zdnet.co.uk /communications/3ggprs/0,39020339,39197006,00.htm   (492 words)

  
 HSDPA, the Mobile Access Turbocharger
HSDPA acts like a turbocharger for 3G phones and 3G-enabled laptops and PDAs, boosting download speeds between 5 and 8 times and doubling network capacity, putting 3G users in the fast lane.
A long string of letters, HSDPA refers to a new release in 3G telephony standards, issued by 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project), a mobile industry standards-setting body.
HSDPA also offers significantly improved indoor mobile service coverage, making 3G services fully available in large buildings, shopping centers, metros and other hard-to-cover areas.
www.alcatel.com /lead/hsdpa   (701 words)

  
 HSDPA definition - Small Business Computing Online Dictionary of IT Terms: Powered by Webopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
High Speed Downlink Packet Access, or HSDPA, is a packet based data service feature of the in WCDMA standard which provides a downlink with data transmission up to 8-10 Mbps (and 20 Mbps for MIMO systems) over a 5MHz bandwidth in WCDMA downlink.
The high speeds of HSDPA is achieved through techniques including; 16 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation, variable error coding, and incremental redundancy.
HSDPA is a technology upgrade to current UMTS networks.
sbc.webopedia.com /TERM/H/HSDPA.html   (159 words)

  
 Nortel demo proves reality of Super 3G | CNET News.com
HSDPA, or High-Speed Downlink Packet Access, can reach speeds of up to a maximum of 14.4mbps by handling data traffic more efficiently than first-generation 3G networks.
Orange has promised HSDPA, and O2 is on track to starting delivering it on the Isle of Man this year.
HSDPA could be rolled out much more quickly than the original 3G networks, said Roome, because it just involves a software upgrade to Nortel equipment owned by the operators.
news.com.com /Nortel+demo+proves+reality+.../2100-1034_3-5604490.html   (594 words)

  
 HSDPA vs. WiMax
But a new report from ABI Research, entitled "HSDPA — Mobile Broadband," suggests that one significant challenge is already looming on the horizon.
HSDPA is the next step for GSM cell phone technology, following up the 384 Kbps speeds of UMTS with the promise of 3 Mbps on your mobile phone or handheld.
HSDPA is likely to arrive in Asia in 2005, in phones, handhelds, and PC cards.
www.wi-fiplanet.com /news/article.php/3434341   (526 words)

  
 HSDPA Solutions
HSDPA brings high-speed downlink data capabilities to WCDMA (UMTS) networks and allows wireless users to stream high-quality video and audio, quickly browse graphics-heavy websites, and run other advanced applications on mobile handsets.
HSDPA is an evolution of existing WCDMA networks that provides a powerful boost in data rates and an increase in overall network capacity.
HSDPA elevates the user experience to a new level by enabling applications ranging from multimedia streaming, videotelephony, and precise position location, to mobile gaming, corporate network access, and web browsing.
www.cdmatech.com /technologies/hsdpa.jsp   (227 words)

  
 HSDPA Test & Measurement Solutions - Anritsu
Anritsu realized the potential of HSDPA more than three years ago, and began deploying the technology in 2002 with HSDPA measurement software for the MS8608A/MS8609A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Testers.
These are being used by HSDPA equipment and chipset manufacturers as well as by several of the world's major service providers to meet their announced goals of offering HSDPA services by early 2006.
Understand the terminology associated with HSDPA as well as wireless telecom and data communications, and see which Anritsu products provide test and measurement solutions in each area.
www.us.anritsu.com /Custom/display.aspx?ID=184   (658 words)

  
 Siemens Communications - Mobile Networks Portal - HSDPA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The integrated billing concept of HSDPA provides all your end-users with convenient mobile payment methods offering one compact bill for the choice of different services.
But HSDPA by Siemens is also about saving – which in turn is money making.
The new company Nokia Siemens Networks is expected to start operations by January 1, 2007, subject to customary regulatory approvals, the completion of standard closing conditions, and the agreement of a number of detailed implementation steps.
siemens.com /index.jsp?sdc_p=ft6mls2u1436o1317210i1317394pMNENcz2&...   (589 words)

  
 Posts from the Hsdpa Category at Engadget Mobile
It was only a matter of time til T-Mobile's answer to Orange's Touch Dual arrived, and it has, in the form of the MDA "Touch Plus".
First generation 3G USB modems were monstrous, unsightly bricks, but like everything else in modern electronics, the wonders of miniaturization are starting to take effect.
In case our really poorly constructed pun in the title didn't help reveal what we're talking about, let's come right out with it: we're hearing that the LG CU720 Shine slider should be launching as soon as today, and certainly within the next handful of days.
www.engadgetmobile.com /category/hsdpa   (2347 words)

  
 Nortel pushes Super 3G to new heights - ZDNet UK News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nortel claims that this is the first time that a live HSDPA datacard call with a transmission rate of 3.6Mbps has been demonstrated in test conditions.
The demonstrations included using a HSDPA datacard in a laptop while in a moving car, which Nortel claims "illustrates the suitability of mobile wireless broadband for high quality, live TV, High Definition video on demand, MP3 download as well as new applications for the mobile workforce".
Europe's first HSDPA network was opened on the Isle of Man last month by O2.
news.zdnet.co.uk /communications/3ggprs/0,39020339,39243640,00.htm   (375 words)

  
 Show Report from PC Magazine: Say Hello to First US HSDPA Phone   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cingular ran its first HSDPA tests in January, and has been promising that it'll have the new network up in 15-20 cities by the end of the year.
Cingular executives said the company will have one HSDPA handset by the end of the year, and we think this one is it.
HSDPA is also coming in the form of PC Cards, which Sierra Wireless was showing off at its booth.
www.pcmag.com /article2/0,1759,1776352,00.asp   (1094 words)

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