E-OTD


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E-OTD

(Enhanced Observed Time Difference) See mobile positioning.
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Methods presented above, based on signal propagation time measurement (U-TDOA, E-OTD OTDOA) can be implemented by installing specific hardware and software on provider's side.
Test cases are defined for signaling conformance with GPS, A-GPS, and E-OTD technologies.
The synchronization-based E-OTD location system can be likened to the satellite-based Global Positioning System, but using terrestrial installations and frequencies.
Under the agreement the companies will integrate CPS' CURSOR high-accuracy location technology into the forthcoming version of Ericsson's Mobile Positioning System (MPS) to enhance the system with the E-OTD positioning method - one of four standardised methods.
Based upon a Siemens MC45 tri-band GPRS module, the Mobile Data Card brings together GSM and GPRS data connectivity, as well as providing the authentication means for SIM managed Wi-Fi access and E-OTD location support.
Intel is working with CPS to integrate E-OTD technology into a range of mobile devices running Intel(R) Personal Internet Client Architecture (Intel PCA) building blocks.
Official operator results filed today by wireless operator T-Mobile show E-OTD location technology complied fully with this year's U.
The methods provide an investment-secured evolutionary path to E-OTD (enhanced observed time difference) and A-GPS (assisted global positioning system) covering GSM, 3G (WCDMA/EDGE) and All-IP RAN networks.
The E-OTD supports e911 emergency call requirements, as well as commercial applications like fleet management, community applications, and navigation and routing applications.
At CTIA's Wireless 2002 conference, Cambridge Positioning Systems (CPS) announced today a global licensing agreement to integrate its Cursor(TM) E-OTD location-based technology with Nortel Networks Mobile Location Center.
As part of the cooperation, CPS will also provide E-OTD software integration for Siemens handsets via its recently opened integration facility in Cambridge.
The methods provide an investment-secured evolutionary path to E-OTD and A-GPS (assisted global positioning system) covering GSM, 3G (WCDMA/EDGE) and ALL-IP RAN networks.