Supplement 1 to the Handbook on Deployment of IMT-2000 Systems
CHAPTER 1 – Introduction
    1.1 Background
    1.2 From existing mobile networks to IMT-2000
    1.3 Driving forces for IMT-2000
    1.4 Demand for non-voice, high bit-rate services
    1.5 Flexibility: Multi-environment capabilities
    1.6 Organization of this supplement
CHAPTER 2 – Development of policies for the evolution/migration of existing networks to IMT-2000
    2.1 Special needs of operators, regulators and users in developing countries
        2.1.1 Special needs of operators
        2.1.3 Special needs of users
    2.2 Strategies for smooth transition
        2.2.1 Regulatory flexibility to allow transition
    2.3 Accommodating special needs for transitioning to IMT-2000
        2.3.1 Solutions for low density areas
        2.3.2 Solutions for high density areas
        2.3.3 Universal service/access to basic and advanced services
        2.3.4 Extension of IMT-2000 services to other accesses, including access via fixed networks
    2.4 IMT-2000 service offerings
    2.5 Spectrum requirements (including the possibility of using existing bands)
        2.5.1 Current spectrum identified for IMT-2000
        2.5.2 Use of first and second-generation mobile spectrum for IMT-2000
        2.5.3 Specific concerns of developing countries
    2.6 Interoperability with existing networks and among IMT-2000 technologies
    2.7 Licensing aspects (practices)
        2.7.1 Licensing conditions
        2.7.2 Methods of spectrum licensing
    2.8 Lawful interception and common access to emergency services
CHAPTER 3 – Evolution/migration paths
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Considerations for evolution/migration
        3.2.1 Characteristics of IMT-2000 radio access and core networks technologies
        3.2.2 Functional and service enhancements for users
        3.2.3 Functional and service enhancements for operators
    3.3 From analogue (1G) systems (AMPS, NMT, TACS)
        3.3.1 To IMT-2000 CDMA Direct Spread
        3.3.2 To IMT-2000 CDMA Multi-Carrier
        3.3.3 To IMT-2000 TDMA Single-Carrier
    3.4 From TDMA/D-AMPS systems
        3.4.1 To IMT-2000 CDMA Direct Spread
        3.4.2 To IMT-2000 CDMA Multi-Carrier
        3.4.3 To IMT-2000 TDMA Single-Carrier
    3.5 From PDC
        3.5.1 To IMT-2000 CDMA Direct Spread
        3.5.2 To IMT-2000 CDMA Multi-Carrier
    3.6 From cdmaOne systems
        3.6.1 To IMT-2000 CDMA Multi-Carrier
    3.7 From GSM systems
        3.7.1 To IMT-2000 CDMA Direct Spread
        3.7.2 To IMT-2000 CDMA TDD (time-code)
        3.7.3 To IMT-2000 TDMA Single-Carrier
    3.8 Capacity planning and system design
        3.8.1 Deployment aspects of UMTS
        3.8.2 Deployment aspects of CDMA2000
        3.8.3 Deployment aspects of TDMA-SC
        3.8.4 Modular system design
CHAPTER 4 – Economics of evolution/migration to IMT-2000
    4.1 Market analysis and trends
        4.1.1 Market overview
        4.1.2 Market trends
    4.2 Costs and benefits of evolution/migration
        4.2.1 Costs of network evolution/migration
        4.2.2 Cost affordability for end users
        4.2.3 Other considerations
    4.3 Business plan and analysis
        4.3.1 The business plan process
        4.3.2 The business plan exercise
CHAPTER 5 – Concluding remarks
ANNEX A – Definitions and abbreviations
    A.1 Definitions
    A.2 IMT-2000 terrestrial radio interfaces
    A.3 Abbreviations/glossary
ANNEX B – Information on operator evolution/migration paths
    B.1 IMT-2000 CDMA multi-carrier information
    B.2 IMT-2000 CDMA Direct Spread and IMT–2000 CDMA TDD (time code) information
ANNEX C – Operator experience in transitioning to IMT-2000 systems
    CHILE – Implementation of IMT-2000 technology (EDGE) and TDMA migration in Chile
        1 Background
        2 Infrastructure implementation
        3 Spectrum efficiency
        4 GSM migration
    HONG KONG – Implementation of IMT-2000 technology (EDGE) in Hong Kong
        1 Background
        2 EDGE services
        3 Evolution from 2GSM
        4 Network performance
        5 EDGE roaming
        6 EDGE, market reality
    HUNGARY – Implementation of IMT-2000 technology (EDGE) in Hungary
        1 Background
        2 EDGE services
        3 Evolution costs
        4 EDGE implementation
    JAPAN – Implementation of IMT-2000 technology (FOMA) in Japan
        1 Introduction
        2 FOMA launch
        3 FOMA services
        4 A vision for growth
        5 3G global
    JAPAN – CDMA2000 1X deployment and associated multimedia services launched in Japan
        1 Wireless market outlook in Japan
        2 CDMA2000 1x launch by au
        3 Secret of au's success in CDMA2000 1x launch
        4 Mobile multi-media services by au
        5 Objectives and goals for 3G migration: au's next step
    RUSSIAN FEDERATION – Evolution and migration of 1st generation NMT450 analogue mobile networks to IMT-2000
        1 Background on NMT450 evolution and migration
        2 IMT-MC-450 studies and trial networks
        3 IMT-MC-450 commercial network deployments
        4 Conclusion
    THAILAND – Implementation of IMT-2000 technology (EDGE) in Thailand
        1 Introduction
        2 EDGE
        3 Marketing
        4 Spectrum efficiency
        5 3G evolution/compatibility
    UGANDA – GSM networks bring health care to rural Uganda
    VENEZUELA – Venezuelan experience on the implementation of a CDMA 1xRTT network by one existing TDMA operator in ...
        1 Background
        2 Study of options
        3 Network construction and commissioning
        4 Tests of operation