TIA publishes new cdma2000 standard

May 12, 2005 - Standard details the definitions, methods of measurement and minimum performance requirements for code division multiple access base stations.

May 12th, 2005

The Telecommunications Industry Association has published a new cdma2000 standard, Recommended Minimum Performance Standards for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Base Stations, TIA-97-F.

The document is a revision of TIA-97-E.

This standard details the definitions, methods of measurement and minimum performance requirements for code division multiple access base stations. The document shares the purpose of TIA-2000.2-D, Physical Layer Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems, 2004 (and subsequent revisions thereof), by ensuring that a mobile station is able to place and receive calls in any system that meets the compatibility requirements of TIA-2000.2-D.

Compatibility, as used in connection with this standard and TIA-2000.2-D, is understood to mean that any mobile station is able to place and receive calls in any system. Conversely, all systems are able to place and receive calls with any mobile station. Test methods are recommended in this document; however, methods other than those recommended may suffice for the same purpose.

TIA-97-F was created by TIA TR-45.5 Subcommittee on Spread Spectrum Digital Technology and released February 2005.

The TIA is based in Arlington, VA. For more information visit www.tiaonline.org.


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