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Reverse high-speed packet data physical layer enhancements in cdma2000 1×EV-DV

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2 Author(s)
Derryberry, R.T. ; Nokia Res. Center, Dallas, TX, USA ; Zhouyue Pi

The rapid growth of Internet-based applications calls for design of a high-speed wireless packet data communication system. This anticipated increase in future mobile wireless packet data services has challenged the current 3G standardization bodies to respond with evolved 3G system specifications capable of providing increased data throughput. In response to such a need, 3GPP2 recently completed the enhanced reverse link standardization effort of the CDMA technology flagship, cdma2000® by completing the definition of the 1×EV-DV 1× system. 1×EV-DV achieves higher data throughput while simultaneously providing coexisting and backward-compatible voice services within the same spectrum. This feature of 1×EV-DV allows wireless operators to manage the voice and data loading in their system more efficiently. This article describes the physical layer reverse link enhancements in cdma2000 revision D that are necessary to support 1×EV-DV.

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 4 )