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By Zainulabidova Z.M.

Translated from Differentsial'nye Uravneniya, Vol. forty, No. 10, 2004.

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These systems include North American dual-mode cellular system IS-54, North American IS-95 systems, Japanese Personal Digital Cellular (PDC) systems, and European GSM and DCS 1800 systems. GSM, DCS 1800, IS-54, and PDC systems use TDMA and FDD whereas IS-95 is a CDMA system and also uses FDD for a duplexing technique. 2. In this section a brief description of these systems is presented [1]. 1 United States Digital Cellular (Interim Standard-54) United States Digital Cellular (IS-54) is a digital system and uses TDMA as a multiple access technique compared with AMPS, which is an analog system and uses FDMA.

2, pp. 98–104, February 1996. 80. 1182, Integration of Terrestrial and Satellite Mobile Communications Systems, pp. 9–15, 1995. 1 Introduction Mobile satellite communications began in 1976 with the launch by COMSAT of the MARISAT satellites to provide communications to ships at sea. The International Maritime Satellite Organisation (INMARSAT) was subsequently formed in 1979, and that organization now provides mobile satellite communications services to aircraft and land-based terminals. A number of national mobile satellite communications systems also serve the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan with many more planned.

These carriers are numbered as 0, 1, 2 and so on, respectively. Similarly, 374 different carriers are allocated in the secondary band, which is 75 MHz wide. 1 Multiple Access Scheme GSM employs a combination of TDMA and FDMA schemes with slow frequency hopping. GSM transmission takes place by modulating a bundle of about 100 b known as a burst. A burst occupies a finite duration in time and frequency plane. The center frequency of these bursts is 200 kHz apart and these are 15/26 ms in duration.

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