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589 results about "Frequency division duplex" patented technology

Frequency division duplex (FDD) is a technique where separate frequency bands are used at the transmitter and receiver side. Because the FDD technique uses different frequency bands for send and receive operations, the sending and receiving data signals don't interfere with each other.

Method for indicating idle state of channel or reserving resources, system, terminal and base station

The invention provides a method and a system for indicating an idle state of a channel or reserving resources, a method and a system for indicating an idle state of an uplink channel or reserving the resources, an LTE (Long Term Evolution) terminal, an LTE base station and an LTE system. The method for indicating the idle state of the channel comprises the following steps of setting a channel monitoring sub-frame used for detecting the state of the channel in a frame structure in a time division or frequency division duplex mode; if the channel monitoring sub-frame internally detects that the channel is in the idle state, sending an indication, representing that the channel is in the idle state, to the terminal through a channel idle state signaling or a resource reservation signaling, and sending an indication, representing that the channel is occupied by the base station, to communication equipment requesting to occupy a non-authorized frequency band. According to the technical scheme, the understandings of the idle state of the channel and the reservation state of the resources by the terminal and the base station working in the non-authorized frequency band are consistent, and data based on the same core network can be seamlessly switched and transmitted in an authorized frequency band and the non-authorized frequency band.

Multiple Data Services Over a Distributed Antenna System

The invention is directed to a method and system for supporting multiple time division duplexed (TDD) based wireless services or frequency division duplexed (FDD) wireless services on a Distributed Antenna System (DAS). A DAS can support a many wireless services, including voice and data services using the same physical equipment. TDD based services use a common clock signal to synchronize the components of the DAS for transmission and reception of TDD signals. In accordance with the invention, the DAS can include a GPS receiver which can extract a timing signal (such as a 1 pps signal) from a GPS signal and distribute the timing signal to any and all components of the DAS to enable synchronization of the components for transmitting and receiving TDD signals. The GPS receiver can be part of the interface that connects a TDD based service to the DAS or separate component of the DAS. In accordance with the invention, the DAS can distribute a reference clock signal to all of the components of the DAS in order to maintain zero frequency shift while manipulating with the carrier frequencies of the various wireless services carried by the DAS. In addition, and in accordance with the invention, two analog architectures for better integration between the services sources (BTS) and the DAS are disclosed.
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