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 Page 142 - ITU Journal, Future and evolving technologies - Volume 1 (2020), Issue 1, Inaugural issue           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 142 - ITU Journal, Future and evolving technologies - Volume 1 (2020), Issue 1, Inaugural issue P. 142 ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies, Volume 1 (2020), Issue 1 Features/ Generations 1G 2G 3G 4G 5G EDGE 8PSK GSM GMSK CDMA 2000 QPSK, OQPSK BPSK BPSK, QPSK, Modulation FM W-CDMA QPSK, OQPSK QPSK NR 16QAM, 64QAM, Options 16 QAM 256QAM GPRS GMSK UMTS QPSK 64 QAM HSDPA QPSK, 16 QAM Convolutional Coding Turbo Coding Turbo Coding LDPC Coding Block Coding Options Block Coding Convolutional Coding Convolutional Coding Polar Coding Modulation and Coding Fixed Limited MCS Options Medium MCS Options High MCS Options Scheme (MCS) Options Fixed Lattice Fixed Lattice Fixed Lattice Adaptive Lattice Adaptive Waveform Fixed Shape (GMSK) Fixed Shape (RC) Windowing and Filtering Windowing and Filtering Options Uplink SC-FDE Uplink OFDM, SC-FDE Fixed Type (The same for uplink Fixed Type (The same for uplink and downlink) and downlink) Downlink OFDM Downlink OFDM Multiple Accessing Uplink SC-FDMA Uplink SC-FDMA Options FDMA TDMA CDMA Downlink OFDMA Downlink OFDMA Carrier Frequency AMPS 800 MHz 900 MHz 800 MHz 600 MHz microWave 600 MHz – 6 GHz – - Options microWave microWave GSM microWave 2.1 GHz microWave 2.5 GHz NMT 450 MHz 1800 MHz mmWave 6 GHz – 300 GHz Architecture Options SISO SISO SISO MIMO mMIMO Frequency Reuse – 1 Frequency Reuse – 1 Cell Planning Frequency Reuse – 7 Frequency Reuse – 3, 4, 7, 12 Frequency Reuse – 1 Fractional Frequency Reuse Fractional Frequency Reuse Soft Frequency Reuse Soft Frequency Reuse ICIC COMP User-Cell Association Mobile-assisted Hand-off Soft Hand-off CRAN Options Attempt to COMP Small Cell Freq.
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We study the effect of cell breathing and cell overlapping, and systems with hierarchical cells. (...) We also present an approach for calculating the capacity of multi-service CDMA networks with soft blocking using general traffic models. Case studies are presented.
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Score: 1428680.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...%202/NairobiAbstract_2_2_2.pdf
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We study the effect of cell breathing and cell overlapping, and consider systems with hierarchical cells. (...) We also present an approach for calculating the capacity of multi-service CDMA networks with soft blocking using general traffic models.
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Score: 1428680.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...Day%202/Abstract_Iversen_1.pdf
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We study the effect of cell breathing and cell overlapping, and systems with hierarchical cells. (...) We also present an approach for calculating the capacity of multi-service CDMA networks with soft blocking using general traffic models. Case studies are presented.
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Score: 1428680.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...Bios%20pdf/2-1-2_Abstaract.pdf
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Telstra 1800MHz LTE - BNET Reference Case Study 5G estimated to reach 10% population coverage in 2022 Innovation: World’s First 200km cell Mast: 40m Hill: 350m Oct 2006 – Launch in more than 1,000 cells Nov 2006 – Field measurement › 2.3 Mbps DL, 384 kbps UL at 200 km range › Voice call held until 286 km (AMR 7.95) › Soft HO verified 100km 160km 200km 50km 150km 3dB points (blue lines) Bacchus Marsh Airfield (141.83222,-36.75167) (144.75938,-36.51694) (144.4231,-37.7313) HORSHAM_CDMA MT ARAPILES _CDMA MT BURRUMBOOT_CDMA
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Score: 1428361.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ital2017/S1P2_Hakon_Ohlsen.pdf
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Photo: UNOCT stock photo “It is only through collaboration and cooperation at the global, regional and national levels that we can reduce the vulnerability of soft targets to terrorist attacks.”  -- Vladimir Voronkov, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism, in his statement at the Open Briefing of the Counter-Terrorism Committee on 'Building partnerships in protecting soft targets from terrorist attacks’. Marking of soft targets The targeting of “soft” targets, including religious sites by terrorist groups of different affiliations and ideologies, is on the increase. (...) The challenge for Member States is that there are innumerable soft target areas. Although Governments, including at the local level, bear the primary responsibility for protecting “soft” targets against terrorist attacks, the private owners and/or operators of such sites must also take steps to address the related security needs and reduce their vulnerabilities.
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Score: 1393475.9 - https://www.un.org/counterterrorism/node/13565
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COM 11-R 86 - Draft new ITUT Recommendation Q.2767.1 Soft PVC Capability Summary This recommendation utilizes the normal call setup and control procedures of Broadband ISDN User Part (B-ISUP) protocol in order to support soft Permanent Virtual Connections (soft PVCs). (...) The endpoints are responsible for maintaining the end-to-end circuit by setting up a new switched connection in case the existing switched connection is released or fails. Two types of soft PVC are supported: soft permanent virtual path connection (PVPC) and soft permanent virtual channel connection (PVCC). This sapecification contains the additional message and parameter coding, procedures, ASE descriptions, and interworking mapping tables for the support of soft PVCC and soft PVPC services. COM 11-R 87 - Draft new ITU-T Recommendation Q.2951-CORRIGENDUM 1 Stage 3 Description For Number Identification Supplementary Services Using B-ISDN Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 (DSS 2) – Basic Call Summary This Corrigendum is issued in order to correct editorial and minor technical errors contained in ITU-T Recommendation Q.2951 (02/95) - “Stage 3 Description For NumberIdentification Supplementary Services Using B-ISDN Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 (DSS 2) – Basic Call” COM 11-R 88 - Draft new ITUT Recommendation Q.2961.6 ADDITIONAL SIGNALLING PROCEDURES FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE SBR2 AND SBR3 ATM TRANSFER CAPABILITIES Summary This Recommendation Q.2961.6 defines the operation of the Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 2 (DSS2) for the support of the SBR2 and SBR3 ATM transfer capabilities defined in Recommendation I.371 and in Annex A/Q.2961.6 that may be used for basic call and connection control at the TB or at the coincident SB and TB reference point of the user-to-network interface of the Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (B-ISDN).
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Score: 1357415.3 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/circ/circ2/092_ww7.doc
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Tshwane South and Northlink colleges have both received digital learning equipment, including laptops, interactive whiteboards, projectors, and digital content for soft skills development. 24 lecturers from all the colleges have been trained on blended teaching techniques. A needs assessment study was conducted and revealed the need to upgrade training workshops, ICT, and soft skills, which then informed the activities of this project. (...) Equally important, soft skills such as resilience, flexibility, problem solving, and creativity will be highly valued.
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Score: 1342210.5 - https://www.undp.org/south-afr...-development-automotive-sector
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 Page 587 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 587 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects P. 587 Transport aspects 2 RAN Radio Access Network RF Radio Frequency RoF Radio over Fibre RRH Remote Radio Head RRU Remote Radio Unit R/S Reference point at the interface of the ONU and the ODN Rx Receiver SA Signal Analyser SC Soft Clipping SCM Subcarrier Multiplexing SG Signal Generator SMF Single-Mode Fibre SNI Service Network Interface SNR Signal-to-Noise Ratio S/R Reference point at the interface of the OLT and the ODN SSMF Standard Single-Mode Fibre TDM Time Division Multiplexing Tx Transmitter TWDM Time Wavelength Division Multiplexing UNI User Network Interface VEA Variable Electrical Attenuator VOA Variable Optical Attenuator VSA Vector Signal Analyser VSG Vector Signal Generator W-CDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexing Wi-Fi Wireless Fidelity WiMAX Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access WM Wavelength Multiplexer 5 General concept The current deployment of radiocommunication services shows a tendency towards higher bit rates with higher radio carrier frequencies, compared to those in the legacy radiocommunication services, in order to satisfy customer demands for broadband access. To realize such radiocommunication services, a cell size covered by one radio access point must be smaller from the physical viewpoint, leading to drastic increases in the number of antennas serving as radio access points. In addition, there exist many areas inaccessible to radio waves ("radio shadow" areas), such as underground spaces (subterranean structures), tunnels, areas behind buildings, upper stories of skyscrapers, dips below ground level in metropolitan areas and within mountainous regions. To support small cell radio communications and radio shadow countermeasures, many RoF technologies have been actively studied and deployed in the research and development of 577     582     583     584     585     586     587     588     589     590     591     592          
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COUNTRY REPORT ON FATS AND OILS IN IRAQ BY TALIB N. BABUSHAQ
Slip-melting point, °C Colour, of molten oil, in 5:!-" cell on the lovibond scale 0.30 36-44 (depending 4.5-5.5 R 45-55 y Change from previous formula: ,i,FFA, max. 0. 24 Standard Packing: 1 ke 4 kgs 8 kgs 16 kgs tin- 12 tins/fibrite tin - 6 tins/fibrite tin tin Shepherd (Basra) Brand Product: Shortening Composition: 100-80% palm oil on season) 't-linter 0-20;~ soft oil (groundnut, sesame, cotton, sunflower, eto.) (...) Slip-melting point, °C Colour, of molt en oil in 5:!-" cell on the lovibond scale Oo30 36-44 (depending on season) 6.0-1.0 R 60 -70 y - 15 - Standard Packing: 1 kg tin - 12 tins/fibri te 4 kgs tin- 6 tins/fibrite 8 kgs tin 16 kgs tin Change from previous formula: ~":FFA1 ,- max. 0.24 Zobeida (ordinary) Brand Product: Shortening Composition: 1-Jinter Spring and Autumn Summer Specifications: 1 oo-8~", palm oil 0-207~ soft oil ( groundnut 1 sesame, cotton, sunflower, etc.) 10 ppm bush red H 7198 10o;,~ palm oil 10 ppm bush red H 7198 1 00-855~ palm oil 0-15;: hardened palm oil 10 ppm bush red H 7198 56FFA, as oleic acid, max. (...) Slip-melting point, oc Colour 1 of molten oil, in 1 11 cell on the lovibond scale 0.30 36-44 (depending on season) 1.2-L6 R 14-18 y Standard Packing~ ·1 kg tin- 12 tins/fibrite 4 kgs tin- 6 tins/fibrite 8 kgs tin 16 kgs tin Change from previous formula: ·,0FF A, max. 0. 24 Com;posi t ion: Summer 67-201 palm oil 33-:-Bo;-:', hardened palm oil 300 ppm Ghee flavour 5 ppm lemon yellow 6660 Zeit el Bint Brand Product: Cooking Oil Composition:100f pure soft oil (cotton, sesame 1 groundnut, etc.)
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