Deployment of IMT-2000 Systems
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Deployment of IMT-2000 Systems

This Handbook addresses a variety of issues related to the deployment of IMT-2000 systems, to inform and guide key decision-makers on critical aspects concerning third-generation mobile communication systems, to facilitate decisions on the selection of options and strategies for the introduction of their IMT-2000 networks.

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National spectrum policy has an important and significant effect on the deployment of any wireless system within an administration. This has become particularly important in the mobile wireless (e.g. cellular and PCS) industries since there are systems in-place as well as those continuing to be deployed, concurrent with the planned rollout of IMT-2000 systems. Starting from the ITU Radio Regulations, where bands are identified or allocated for specific radio services and applications, each administration needs to go through a national process to ensure that spectrum is allocated for use by specified services or applications.