CDMA2000 Reference Page

CDMA2000 interfaces and protocols:
A1: A1 Signaling, SCCP, MTP3, MTP2, MTP1
A3: A3 Signaling, TCP, IP, AAL5, SSSAR, AAL2
A7: A7 Signaling, TCP, IP, AAL5
A9: A9 signaling, TCP, UDP, IP
A11: A11 signaling, UDP, IP, PPP, Mobile IP
A13: A13 Signaling, TCP/UDP, IP
A14: A14 Signaling, TCP/UDP, IP
A15: A15 Signaling, TCP/UDP, IP
3GPP2 IOS 3.x and IOS 4.x
Other Protocols: PPP in HDLC-likeFraming, IPCP, Diameter, IKE
CDMA2000 References
For more information on test solutions for CDMA2000 CDMA2000, also known as IMT-CDMA Multi-Carrier or IS-2000 is the main route for CDMA operators to second-and-a-half (2.5G) and third generation (3G) cellular networks. 3GPP2, the standard-setting body behind CDMA2000, has created a set of standards that define the new air interface and the Radio Access and Core Network changes that will enhance network capacity, improve speed and bandwidth to mobile terminals, and allow end-to-end IP services. CDMA2000 is a technology for the evolution of cdmaOne/IS-95 to 3rd generation services. CDMA2000 will provide enhanced services to cdmaOne subscribers, as well as forward and backward capabilities in terminals. CDMA2000 can be deployed in several phases. The first phase, CDMA2000 1x, supports an average of 144 kbps packet data in a mobile environment. The second release of 1x, called 1x-EV-DO will support data rates up to 2 Mbits/sec on a dedicated data carrier. Finally, 1x-EV-DV will support even higher peak rates, simultaneous voice and high-speed data, as well as improved Quality of Service mechanisms. A key component of CDMA2000 systems will be a new Packet Core Network (PCN) that allows for the delivery of packet data services with more speed and security. The CDMA2000 PCN is one of the first steps in the evolution of CDMA2000 systems to All-IP and multi-media architecture.   1 2 CDMA2000 Family Protocol Information A1 | A3 | A7 | A8 | A9 | A10 | A11 | A12 | A13 | A14 | A15 |
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