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HIPERLAN: the High Performance Radio Local Area Network standard
The high performance radio local area network (HIPERLAN) standard is currently being developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). As well as providing a wired LANExpand
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The management of infections and antibiotic therapy: a European survey.
  • G. A. Halls
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
  • 1 June 1993
A survey was undertaken in the five largest European countries in 1990/91 to measure the incidence of infectious diseases and record their antibiotic treatment, and usage as prophylaxis in acuteExpand
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Modelling the HIPERLAN radio channel
  • G. A. Halls
  • Computer Science
  • 5th IEEE International Symposium on Personal…
  • 18 September 1994
TLDR
The High Performance Radio Local Area Network (HIPERLAN) standard is being developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). Expand
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Radio interface requirements for mobile communications systems in the year 2000 and beyond
A third generation of mobile telecommunications systems will be needed around or soon after 2000. The CEC's RACE 1043 project has completed an initial phase of study into such systems, and spawned aExpand
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A method of locating a mobile station
TLDR
A method of locating a mobile station within a cell of a telecommunications system is disclosed which involves a determination of the location of three base stations, scheduling measurements for each of the base stations using a RACH, comparing a signal received from the mobile station, preferably on the RACH with timing signals in each base station and using the comparison to determine the location. Expand
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Wireless office data communications using CT2 and DECT
The CT2 standard is being enhanced to support circuit-mode data-bearer services, which would potentially allow cordless data links in the office for a range of low rate (up to 19.2 kbit/s) services,Expand
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HIPERLAN-the Mbit/s radio LAN
In 1991, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) set up an ad-hoc group to study the possibilities for standardising radio LANs (RLANs). It was concluded that although medium andExpand
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The application of the digital European Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) standard to local area networks (LANs)
TLDR
This paper discusses how the DECT standard can be used to implement a cordless LAN. Expand
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Base station synchronisation
Method of providing synchronisation between a plurality of base stations in a telecommunication system, the system comprising a plurality of cells, each containing one of the base stations and atExpand
Method for synchronization of base stations in the mobile communication system.
A method of providing synchronization between a plurality of base (300) in a telecommunications system, wherein the telecommunications system comprises a plurality of cells (320), stations in whichExpand