This NGMN white paper presents the problem and opportunities around publishing content and services across mobile operators. It presents existing solutions driven by external SDOs, as well as recommendations.
The Survey is initiated by NGMN Task Force Quality of Service to investigate the current status of QoS utilisation in the industry and the requirements for QoS from the views of different stakeholders. The objective of the task force is to facilitate the industry's leverage of the benefit of QoS capability provided by next generation mobile networks - LTE/EPC networks.
This document is produced by the NGMN Task Force TD-LTE. It provides general technical analysis on LTE TDD/FDD single chipset and summarizes the vendor survey which aims to give requirements and reference to chipset vendors for TDD/FDD single chipset design and implementation. This white paper is part of the document "Technical Achievements 2007 - 2010".
This paper explains how these dependencies impact the user data rates and shows how a file transfer simulation can be used to characterise the variation in data rates.
NGMN Alliance conducted a Request for Information on LTE Patent Pool Administration to gather information on potential LTE patent pools for NGMN Partners.
The Next Generation Mobile Networks Spectrum Requirements Update expands the promoted needs detailed in the White Paper on "Spectrum Requirements for the Next Generation of Mobile Networks". The White Paper promotes the needs with regards to ongoing ITU-R work for spectrum channel arrangements.
This brochure provides essential information about the NGMN Alliance, our Vision and Mission, Working Groups, Roadmap etc.
White Paper on "Next Generation Mobile Networks Beyond HSPA & EVDO"
NGMN White Paper on "NGMN Radio Access Performance Evaluation Methodology", Version 1.3
This document provides extracts from the Resolutions agreed at the ITU Radio Assembly (RA7) as a result of the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference 2007 (WRC-07). Included Resolutions: ITU-R 9-3, ITU-R 56, ITU-R 57.