Nokia 3G 0800 015 0286 user manual

User manual for the device Nokia 3G 0800 015 0286

Device: Nokia 3G 0800 015 0286
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CONTENTS Making Mobile Multimedia a reality 4 3G Terminals 5 3G Networks 8 1G,2G,3G 12 3G Harmonisation, 3G.IP, 3GPP 13 3GPP 2, 3GPP Release 99, MC, AMPS 14 AMR, ANSI, ARIB 15 ATM, Bearer, Bluetooth, BTS 16 CDMA, cdmaOne/lS-95, CIF, Circuit switched service .17 CODEC, EDGE, EPOC 18 ETSI, FDD, GGSN, GIF 19 GPRS, GPS, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, GSM9OO 20 H.323, H.324M, HIPERLAN 21 HIPERLAN/2, HLR, HSCSD 22 IMAP4, i-mode, IMT-2000 23 IP, IPv6, IrDA 24 IrMC, IrTranP, ISDN, ITU 25 Iu, lub, lur, IWF, Java 26

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MAKING MOBILE MULTIMEDIA A REALITY With mobile communications and the Internet coming ever closer together, the world is quickly evolving towards the Mobile Information Society. In the very near future, most personal communications - phone calls, images and multimedia messaging - will be mobile. Did you know that estimates suggest that the milestone of one billion people in the world using a mobile phone will be reached by the end of year 2002? It is expected that 2000 10-15% of all mobile phone

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MOBILE INTERNET 3G migration to high-speed, packet-based data creates the conditions for the mobile and Internet worlds to converge, providing mobile users with new opportunities to access Internet-based services and applications. This in turn will stimulate demand for high data rate connectivity as well as helping reduce subscriber management costs. Making Internet accessible through mobile devices opens a huge new business opportunity. But because much of this information is freely available,

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3G NETWORKS Be the first with the first The Nokia 3G system is a world-class combination of network technologies, products, operational support systems, and competent local people. Nokia can provide operators with complete end-to-end solutions, from phones to servers, such as roll-out and customer care services, systems integration and end-user applications. Nokia provides 3G systems for both WCDMA and EDGE technologies. These systems include Base Station Subsystems, Circuit and Packet Switching

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1-3 1G 1st Generation Mobile Telecommunications. First generation systems are analog and were designed for voice transfer. AMPS, NMT, TACS, etc are included among first generation systems. With the recent proliferation of PDC/PHS in Japan, post-analog technology has advanced rapidly and consequently only a very few analog systems remain in existence. 2G 2nd Generation Mobile Telecommunications. Second generation systems are digital and are capable of providing voice/data/fax transfer as well as

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3-A 3GPP 3rd Generation Partnership Project. 3GPP’s organisational partners have agreed to cooperate in the formulation of technical specifications for a third generation mobile system based on further evolved GSM core networks and radio access technologies. 3GPP2 3rd Generation Partnership Project 2. 3GPP 2 is an effort spearheaded by the International Committee of the American National Standards Institute’s (ANSI) board of directors to establish a 3G Partnership Project (3GPP) for evolved ANSI

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A-C ARIB Association of Radio Industries and Businesses. An incorporated body designated by the Ministry of Posts and Communication of the Japanese government to pursue effective radio utilisation in the radio communication and broadcast sector. With regard to standardisation, ARIB is currently primarily engaged in standardising procedures for IMT-2000 (next generation mobile communication system) and digital TV broadcasting. ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode. Technology for high-speed transport (u

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C-D CIF Common Intermediate Format. CIF is a video image format using 352 horizontal pixels and 288 vertical lines. The format is adopted in multimedia communication standards. CIRCUIT SWITCHED SERVICE This is a data transfer communication service which (as in the case of standard telephone service) applies circuitswitching for each call to establish a circuit with the other party and then disconnect that circuit upon call completion. However, circuit-switched services are losing their relevance

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D-G DIGITAL CASH Generic term for new types of electronic currency being used over the Internet. Digital cash makes possible transactions between two parties through electronic communication only, thereby bypassing the need to actually exchange true money. As a result, product and service purchases become possible via the mobile phone without requiring cash or credit card. EPOC TERMINAL An operating system that turns voice-oriented handsets into Mediaphones and Wireless Information Devices. EPOC

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G-H GPS The Global Positioning System is a worldwide radio-navigation system that was developed by the US. Department of Defence. In addition to military purposes it is widely used in marine and terrestrial navigation (for example car navigation systems). GSM 1800 GSM cellular system operating in the 1800 MHz frequency band (also referred to as PCN or PCN 1800 or DCS 1800). Primarily used in urban areas in Europe. GSM 1900 GSM-based cellular system operating in the 1900 MHz frequency band (also

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H H.324M The H.324 recommendation was formulated by ITU in 1995. It is an umbrella recommendation that defines multimedia communication algorithms and protocols for Public Switched Telephony Networks. The recommendation has been extended (H.324M) for use in mobile circuit-switched networks as well. HIPERLAN High Performance Radio Local Area Network. HIPERLAN Type 1 is a wireless LAN that is ISO 8802 compatible. It is intended to allow high performance wireless networks to be created, without exi

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I IMAP4 Internet Messaging Access Protocol. IMAP is a remote mailbox access protocol. It enables efficient operation such as downloading only essential data by first acquisitioning the e-mail header prior to actual e-mail download. This feature makes the protocol well suited to remote environments. I-MODE i-mode is a wireless service launched in Japan in spring 1999 by NTT DoCoMo. The service is accessed by a wireless packet network (PDC-P) and the contents are described in a subset of the HTML

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I IP Internet Protocol. A communication protocol commonly utilised by communication hardware comprising the Internet IPV6 Internet Protocol version 6. lPv6 is the latest IP version. Address exhaustion is prevented by means of a long address field, thereby enabling further Internet expansion. In addition, security and mobility are built into the protocol. Currently utilised IP addresses are almost all 1Pv4, and with the present rate of Internet growth this type of address will be exhausted by 201

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I ITU International Telecommunications Union. ITU is a UN affiliated body engaged in standardisation relevant to international telecommunications. It includes two standardising divisions, i.e. ITU-T (standardisation for modems, ISDN, network interfaces for communication system operators, etc.) and ITU-R (standardisation related to radio communication services). Standards established by the organisation are referred to as “recommendations”, and are formally adopted as such only upon the unanimous

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J-M JAVA Programming language developed by Sun Microsystems. Some versions of Java are likely to be used in the creation of wireless services. Java is primarily characterised by the fact that programs written in the language do not rely on an operating system. JPEG JPEG (Joint Photographic Expert Group) compression standard was developed by ISO and ITU in 1990. The standard is suitable for compressing continuous tone images, i.e. natural true-colour pictures. JPEG has become widely supported in

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M-P MMS Multimedia Messaging Service is a new standard that is being defined for use in advanced wireless terminals. The service concept is derived from Short Message Service and allows for non-real-time transmission of various kinds of multimedia contents like images, audio, video clips, etc. As a further evolution of the current text mail, for example, electronic postcards, audio/video clips, etc. can be sent. MPEG4 MPEG4 is a technology for compressing voice, video and related control data an

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