Apparatus for compression of baseband signals in base transceiver systems
What does BTS stand for?
BTS stands for Base Transceiver System (GSM)
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- Base Station Transceiver Subsystem
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Samples in periodicals archive:
s all-software base transceiver system (BTS) and base station controller (BSC) solution is approved for interaction with Nortel Networks traditional circuit switch core networks, in addition to supporting connectivity to IP based media gateways.
A interface Interface between MSC and BSS A-bis interface Interface between BSC and BTS DCS Digital Cellular System BSC Base Station Controller BTS Base Transceiver System BSS Base Station Subsystem GSM Global System for Mobile Communications MSC Mobile Services Switching Center PCS Personal Communication System
Under the contract, Lucent Technologies will supply its 5ESS(R)-2000 Switch-based Mobile Switching Center (MSC) and 92 units of the Base Transceiver System (BTS).
Most recently, he served as director of systems engineering at Motorola's Base Transceiver System Center of Excellence, where he provided strategic direction and leadership to a team of engineers developing cellular and two-way radio base stations.
As part of this offer to CDMA operators, Lucent will provide the radio access network equipment, including base transceiver systems, base stations and switching controllers (Mobile Switching Centers) and its core data infrastructure.
Samsung is providing the radio access network equipment, including base transceiver systems and base station controllers.
Wireless operators are beginning to realize the significant cost-efficiencies and flexibility in locating cell sites that result from the active electronics residing on the mast compared to the base transceiver system on the ground," said Bruce Robidou, director of marketing and product management for Crosspan's Mobile & Fixed Wireless Access business unit.