What is 3G? or WCDMA?

3G is new upgraded cdma technology, in simple word its Wide band Code Devision Multiple Access Technology (WCDMA). This is first technology in which video call possible means voice and...
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What is the 3GPP?

The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) is a collaboration between groups of telecommunication associations, to make a globally applicable third generation 3G mobile phone system specification within the scope of...
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cdma, gsm, hspa, imt 2000, lte, telecom, WCDMA / 3G

How QPSK & BPSK Modulation in WCDMA?

A data-modulation scheme defines how the data bits are mixed with the carrier signal, which is always a sine wave. There are three basic ways to modulate a carrier signal...
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WCDMA Channelization Code

OVSF Code (Orthogonal Variable Spreading Factor) is used as channelization code Orthogonal codes are easily generated by starting with a seed of 1, repeating the 1 horizontally and vertically, and...
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List of Uplink and Downlink Physical Channel of WCDMA

Downlink Physical Channel of WCDMA Downlink Dedicated Physical Channel: Downlink DPCH Downlink Common Physical Channel: Common Control Physical Channel (CCPCH) Synchronization Channel ( SCH) Paging Indicator Channel (PICH) Acquisition Indicator...
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ccpch, cdma, cpich, downlink, physical lte, pusc w/ all sc, scch, SCH, telecom, uplink

Basic Work of WCDMA Physical Channel

A physical channel is defined by a specific carrier frequency, code (scrambling code, spreading code) and relative phase. In UMTS system, the different code (scrambling code or spreading code) can distinguish the...
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Specifications of WCDMA

Channel Bandwidth  5 MHz Duplex Mode  FDD and TDD Downlink RF Channel Structure  Direct Spread (DS) Chip Rate  3.84 Mcps Frame Length  10 ms Spreading Modulation  Balanced QPSK (downlink) Dual-channel...
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cdma, cell, downlink, multiplex, power control, qpsk, rf channel, tdd downlink, telecom, uplink

Main Characterictics of WCDMA

Support two basic modes: FDD and TDD modes High chip rate (3.84 Mcps) and data rates (up to 2 Mbps) Employs coherent detection on uplink and downlink based on the...
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WCDMA Modulation

Different modulation methods corresponding to different transmitting abilities in air interface. R99/R4: QPSK HSDPA: QPSK or 16QAM The UTRAN air interface uses QPSK modulation in the downlink, although HSDPA may...
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WCDMA Radio Interface Channel Definition

Logical Channel = information container  Defined by is transferred. Transport Channel = characteristics of transmission Described by and with data is transmitted over the radio interface . Physical Channel =...
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cdma, CHANNEL, code, frequency, logical, physical, telecom, transport

Purpose of Channelization Code & Scrambling Code in WCDMA

Purpose of WCDMA Channelization Code Channelization code is used to distinguish different physical channels of one transmitter For downlink, channelization code ( OVSF code ) is used to separate different...
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Process Gain in WCDMA

How Process Gain works in 3G? Process Gain = 10 Log (Chip rate/Bit Rate) Process gain differs for each service. If the service bit rate is greater, the process gain...
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cdma, process gain, service, telecom, ue, WCDMA / 3G

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