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1 Fostering worldwide interoperabilityGeneva, July 2009 Continuing Cooperation on IMT Standardization Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 DOCUMENT #:GSC14-PLEN-006R1 FOR:Presentation SOURCE:TIA AGENDA ITEM:Opening Agenda 6.1 CONTACT(S):Fran OBrien Cheryl Blum Mark Epstein Gerry Flynn

2 Fostering worldwide interoperability 2 Geneva, July 2009 TIA continues to actively support the ITU IMT Standardization Activities Develop Inter-working standards which allow IMT-2000 technologies to seamlessly interact with other technologies. Provide input on Femtocell technology based on ITU-R inquiry. Provide updates on BWA characteristics for compatibility studies with fixed-satellite service systems in the 3,400-4,200 MHz band. Provide input/updates on ITU-R M.1801, M , soon to be M Although TIA will not present an IMT-Advanced technology, TIA will remain actively engaged in this process. TIA has formed an IMT-EVAL Group to evaluate other IMT-Advanced technologies, Peter Nurse, Chair. Subcommittee TR-45.3 continues to work jointly with WTSC RAN to provide joint submissions for TDMA-SC. IMT Standardization Highlights

3 Fostering worldwide interoperability 3 Geneva, July 2009 Highlight of Current Activities (1) Recently Completed TR Work Items E-UTRAN – HRPD Inter- working Specification WiMAX – HRPD Inter- working Specification EVRC Revision D EVRC Revision C Software Distribution Highly Detectable Pilots (HDP) for HRPD Position Determination TSB58 Development Support for: CMAS, Generic Key Exchange, eHRPD and EVRC. Recently Completed TR Work Items Ultra Mobile Broadband (UMB Family of Standards) UMB FDD UMB Minimum Performance UMB TDD VoIP Codecs and Protocols Signaling Conformance for HRPD Generic Key Exchange Protocol with an emphasis on eHRPD

4 Fostering worldwide interoperability 4 Geneva, July 2009 Highlight of Current Activities (2) Recently Completed TR Work Items Commercial Mobile Alert Specification over cdma2000 ® (1x) Modified documents related CDG findings on E-UIMID parameter: RUIM CSIM OTASP OTASP for MEID related devices Overview of Select Current Activity HRPD Revision B, second Addendum Signaling Test Specification for MEID Revision B Signaling Specification for cdma2000 ® 1x, HRPD and LTE Interworking Minimum Performance Requirements for Femtocells HRPD Revision C (HRPD Enhancements) Band Class (400 MHz, Ancillary Terrestrial Component (ATC L-Band))

5 Fostering worldwide interoperability 5 Geneva, July 2009 Highlight of Current Activities (3) Overview of Select Current Activity cdma2000 ® Revision E (1x Enhancements) Femtocells Location Priority Services CMAS over HRPD BCMCS Codecs and Transport Protocols Position Determination Enhancements Multimode System Selection Enhanced System Selection for femto cells HRPD Performance and Conformance requirements Overview of Select Current Activity CSIM and RUIM have related work items to Open Market Handset (OMH) supported by the CDG MPS modifications for Dual Transmitter MS OTASP MMSS Femtocells eHRPD UMB E-UTRAN – HRPD Interworking Addendum

6 Fostering worldwide interoperability 6 Geneva, July 2009 Strategically, TR45.5 will continue to: Collaborate with other Standards Organizations Develop Interworking Specifications in support of other technologies (LTE, WiMAX) Collaborate with other standards groups, e.g., 3GPP and WiMAX Forum on interworking Collaborate with 3GPP to develop Signaling Conformance Specifications for Interworking Partner with 3GPP2 and its Organizational Partners and Marketing Representation Partners Maintain a cooperative relationship with the Femto Forum and Broadband Forum, in partnership with 3GPP2. Work with ITU Provide ITU with updates of cdma2000 ® as IMT-2000 and Broadband Wireless Access (BWA), M.1801 and M.1457 Provide ITU with input on Femtocell developments Strategic Direction

7 Fostering worldwide interoperability 7 Geneva, July 2009 TR45.5 will continue to: Develop new technologies and services. Concentrate on environmentally friendly systems and services. Consider, the Green Initiative: Continue to improve battery life, Support of DTX in the Codec, would reduce the amount of energy consumption, 1x Revision E has the ability to put many terminals on the same carrier, thereby reducing power consumption. A base station can reduce power consumption by supporting a larger number of terminals on the same carrier. Strategic Direction

8 Fostering worldwide interoperability 8 Geneva, July 2009 Increase capacity while maintaining service quality and system coverage to satisfy market demands Enhance data throughput and reduce latency to accommodate existing and emerging data services Continue to improve battery life of the terminal Quick Paging Channel Fast Call Set-up New Radio Configuration Continue to meet time-to-market requirements by the industry Continue to meet industry requirements for emerging markets related to Smart Card development Challenges

9 Fostering worldwide interoperability 9 Geneva, July 2009 Continue to develop new technologies and services for the cdma2000 ® industry. Recognize and acknowledge emerging markets and continue to develop key requirements and feature enhancements for such markets. In partnership with 3GPP2, TR-45.5 is developing a workshop to be held in Mumbai, India (November 2009). Innovate and improve existing systems in TR45.5 Work closely with regulatory bodies to provide solutions for: location services, emergency notification, new frequency plans, other governmental services TR-45.5: Next Steps/Actions

10 Fostering worldwide interoperability 10 Geneva, July 2009 Continues to be a joint partner in the TDMA-SC IMT-2000 Radio Interface in M.1457 with ATIS WTSC. TR-45.3 and ATIS WTSC have completed the technical input for M TR-45.3 will be balloting Enhanced addenda to Revision G of TIA/EIA-136 to support the transpositions for M while ATIS WTSC will be transposing 3GPP Specifications for its part in support of M that are due August 3rd. Continue to support any M.1457 updates for TDMA-SC in the future and has submitted the first contribution (meeting X) toward M update along with ATIS WTSC and supported the annual update cycle for M TR-45.3: Next Steps/Actions

11 Fostering worldwide interoperability 11 Geneva, July 2009 Supplementary Slides

12 Fostering worldwide interoperability 12 Geneva, July 2009 TIA Subcommittees continues to develop international standards and have developed joint relations with other standards organizations Subcommittee TR-45.5 develops performance, compatibility and interoperability standards for Spread Spectrum Digital wireless access systems supporting international, public, non-public, or residential mobile and personal communications. These standards apply to service definition, mobile and portable station equipment, base station equipment, ancillary apparatus, as covered by applicable Parts of the FCC Rules. Developed joint standards with ATIS WTSC TR-45.5, in partnership with 3GPP2, has a cooperative relationship with the Femto Forum and Broadband Forum. Subcommittee TR-45.5

13 Fostering worldwide interoperability 13 Geneva, July 2009 Emergency Services Commercial Mobile Alert System: Joint activity between TR-45.5 and ATIS to develop CMAS-related specifications common to both groups Published Core 1x cdma2000 ® CMAS air interface standard Develop CMAS over HRPD standard

14 Fostering worldwide interoperability 14 Geneva, July 2009 E911 and Priority Services Support of granting priority access to cdma2000 ® services to a government- related special class of users. Support identification of emergency calls originated by the mobile station. This indication is passed to the network. Support Multimedia Priority Services for 1x and HRPD

15 Fostering worldwide interoperability 15 Geneva, July 2009 Location Protocols and procedures to enable mobile station assisted advanced forward link trilateration (AFLT) for HRPD access networks and UMB access networks including Highly Detectable Pilot Protocols and procedures to enable mobile station based AFLT for 1x, HRPD, and UMB networks Protocols and procedures to enable additional Global Navigation Satellite Systems, e.g., Galileo

16 Fostering worldwide interoperability 16 Geneva, July 2009 Band Class Enhancements Addition of band class support for the air-to-ground (airborne terminal and ground base stations) system operations Support 400 MHz band plan and ATC Bands UMB system support in the band class specifications

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