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Introduction to cdma2000 Extended Cell High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification

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These technical requirements form a compatibility standard for cdma 2000 extended cell high rate packet data systems. These requirements ensure that a compliant access termininal can obtain service through any access net work conforming to this standard. These requirements do not address the quality or reliability of that service, nor do they cover equipment performance or measurement procedures.

This specification is primarily oriented toward requirements necessary for the design and implementation of access terminals. As a result, detailed procedures are specified for access terminals to ensure a uniform response to all access networks. Access network procedures for the access terminal.

This specification includes provisions for future service additions and expansion of system capabilities. The architecture defined by this specifications permits such expansion without the loss of backward compatibility to older access terminals.

This compatibility standard is based upon spectrum allocations that have been defined by various governmental administrations. Those wishing to deploy systems compliant with this standard should also take notice of the requirement to be compliant with the applicable rules and regulations of local administrations. Those wishing to deploy system compliant with this standard should also take notice of the electromagnetic exposure criteria for the general public and for radio frequency carriers with low frequncy ampitude modulation.