The Core technology of 3G: CDMA
- Formulated by the European standardization organization 3GPP, the core network
evolves on the basis of GSM/GPRS and can thus be compatible with the existing
GSM/GPRS networks. It can be based on the TDM, ATM and IP technologies to
evolve towards the all-IP network architecture. Based on the ATM technology, the
UTRAN uniformly processes voice and packet services and evolves towards the IP
- The cdma2000 system is a 3G standard put forward on the basis of the IS-95
standard. Its standardization work is currently undertaken by 3GPP2. Circuit Switched
(CS) domain is adapted from the 2G IS95 CDMA network, Packet Switched (PS)
domain is A packet network based on the Mobile IP technology. Radio Access
Network (RAN) is based on the ATM switch platform, it provides abundant adaptation
- The TD-SCDMA standard is put forward by the Chinese Wireless Telecommunication
Standard (CWTS) Group and now it has been merged into the specifications related
to the WCDMA-TDD of 3GPP. The core network evolves on the basis of GSM/GPRS.
The air interface adopts the TD-SCDMA mode.