Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. et al

Filing 603

EXHIBITS re #602 Administrative Motion to File Under Seal re Samsung's January 10, 2012 Filings Exhibit 1 - [Proposed] Public Redacted Version of Samsung's Motion to Compel filed bySamsung Electronics Co. Ltd.(a Korean corporation). (Attachments: #1 Exhibit Hutnyan Declaration, #2 Exhibit A, #3 Exhibit B, #4 Exhibit C, #5 Exhibit D, #6 Exhibit E, #7 Exhibit F, #8 Exhibit G, #9 Exhibit H, #10 Exhibit I, #11 Exhibit J, #12 Exhibit K, #13 Exhibit L, #14 Exhibit M, #15 Exhibit N, #16 Exhibit O, #17 Exhibit P, #18 Exhibit Q, #19 Exhibit R, #20 Exhibit S, #21 Exhibit T, #22 Exhibit U, #23 Exhibit V, #24 Exhibit W, #25 Exhibit X, #26 Exhibit Y, #27 Exhibit Z, #28 Exhibit AA, #29 Exhibit BB, #30 Exhibit CC, #31 Proposed Order)(Related document(s) #602 ) (Maroulis, Victoria) (Filed on 1/11/2012)

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EXHIBIT G 3GPP - UMTS About 3GPP Page 1 of 2 Specification Groups Specifications 3GPP Calendar Technologies News & Events Home page Site Map Contact Home page » Technologies » Keywords & Acronyms » 3GPP News 3GPP Partners News Universal Mobile Telecommunications System 3GPPlive tweets UMTS is an umbrella term for the third generation radio technologies developed within 3GPP. The radio access specifications provide for Frequency Division Duplex (FDD) and Time Division Duplex (TDD) variants, and several chip rates are provided for in the TDD option, allowing UTRA technology to operate in a wide range of bands and co-exist with other radio access technologies. 3GPP Website: UMTS includes the original W-CDMA scheme using paired or unpaired 5 MHz wide channels in globally agreed bandwidth around 2 GHz, though subsequently, further bandwidth has been allocated by the ITU on a regional basis. These are detailed in 3GPP Technical Specifications 25.101 (FDD) and 25.102 Search (TDD), and allow for the eventual re-use of bands currently assigned to 2G services. W-CDMA was specified in Release 99 and Release 4 of the specifications. High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) was introduced in Releases 5 (Downlink) and 6 (Uplink) giving substantially greater bit rates and improving packet-switched applications. UMTS – It’s not just about radio UMTS is not just about radio: the radio access network connects to the core network which is an evolution from the GSM core. 3GPP has expanded its capabilities, in principle allowing most services to be delivered over either 2G GERAN 8407 unique visitors average per day (GSM/EDGE) or 3G UTRAN. The core network is becoming progressively access-agnostic, allowing home base stations serving pica-cells to connect directly to the core network via subscribers’ ASDL lines. 3GPPlive has the latest videos from or about . 3GPP is now working on Long Term Evolution (LTE), which will build on UMTS, as the Industry looks beyond 3G. Just as GSM has become synonymous with the whole mobile system for 2G, UMTS is 3G, which includes the whole of the W-CDMA and HSPA specifications catalogue. Specification work for UMTS is done in the Radio Access Network (RAN) group Reading should start with the 25 series of the 3GPP specifications. LTE-Advanced LTE HSPA GPRS & EDGE W-CDMA SON SAE eCall specifications set to save lives In-Vehicle Systems Conformance Testing (UE) IMS Full Meeting Calendar About Releases Browse Technologies 3GPP GERAN #53 - Hamburg, DE - From 27 February to 2 March Release 12 SON RAN/CT/SA #55 - Xiamen, CN - From 28 February to 7 March Release 11 SAE Release 10 eCall specifications set to save lives Release 9 Conformance Testing (UE) 1/10/2012 3GPP - UMTS Page 2 of 2 Release 8 UMTS Release 7 GPRS & EDGE Release 6 HSPA Release 5 IMS Release 4 LTE-Advanced Release 1999 LTE Functionality in early GSM releases W-CDMA 3GPP © 2012 | Legal Notice - The terms 3GPP™, LTE™, and UMTS™ are registered Trade Marks of ETSI. 1/10/2012

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