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Archive for October, 2015

  • Moving Towards 5G

    by OMA | Wednesday, October 28, 2015

    Moving Towards 5G By Elizabeth Rose | October 28, 2015, InterComms — International Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) such as ETSI, 3GPP, NGMN, GSMA and ITU have begun initial preparation work for the next generation mobile standard – 5G. While there is much debate as to the definition of 5G, it is widely agreed that this new network must […] Read More >

  • CALLUP announces new RCS-compliant version of its Wi-Fi Calling system

    by OMA | Friday, October 23, 2015

    CALLUP announces new RCS-compliant version of its Wi-Fi Calling system By Sheetal Kumbhar | October 23, 2015, vanillaplus.com — CALLUP has announced a new version of its Wi-Fi calling system that solves one of the most critical problems in the cellular industry: poor cellular phone coverage in buildings. The new version will be introduced at Wi-Fi Now Conference (November 17-19, […] Read More >

  • OMA 2015 Newsletter Volume 3

    by OMA | Thursday, October 22, 2015

     OMA Quarterly 2015 Volume 3 Table of Contents Address from the Technical Plenary Chair OMA to Meet in National Harbor for the 2015 Annual General Meeting Technical Achievements New Work Items Events Calendar New Members OMA in the News   Read More >

  • Innovation: Faster, Higher, Stronger

    by OMA | Friday, October 9, 2015

    Proposed GNSS Navigation Messages for Improved Performance By Wentao Zhang and Yang Gao | October 8, 2015, GPS World — Time-To-First-Fix, commonly known by the initialism TTFF, is the elapsed time between the powering on or starting up of a GNSS receiver and when it successfully computes either a two-dimensional (height constrained) or three-dimensional position fix and sets […] Read More >