1G – First Generation

2.5G – Second and a half generation

2G – Second Generation

3G – Third Generation

3GPP – 3rd Generation Partnership Project

3GPP2 – 3rd Generation Partnership Project

4G – Fourth Generation

AAA – Authentication Authorization, Account

ACC – Analog Control Channel

AMPS – Advanced Mobile Phone Service

APN – Access Point Name.

AUC – Authentication Center

BC – Billing Center

BCH – Broadcast Channel

BER – Bit Error Rate

BS – Base Station

BSC – Base Station Controller

BTS – Base Transceiver Station

CBR – Constant Bit Rate

CDG – CDMA Development Group

CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access

CDMA2000 – Code Division Multiple Access…

CDR – Call Detail Record

CN – Core Network

D/R – Distance to Reuse Ratio

DAMPS – Digital Advance Mobile Phone Service

DCC – Digital Color Code

DTA – Data Transfer Adapter

DTC – Digital Traffic Channel

EDGE – Enhanced Data for Global Evolution

EDI – Electronic Data Interchange

EIR – Equipment Identity Register

ESMR – Enhanced Specialized Mobile Radio

ETACS – Extended TACS

ETDMA – Extended Time Division Multiple Access

FDD – Frequency Division Duplex

FDM – Frequency Division Multiplexing

FDMA – Frequency Division Multiple Access

FM – Frequency Modulation

FSK – Frequency Shift Keying

FTMD – Full Track Music Download

GGSN – Gateway GPRS Support Node

GMSC – Gateway Mobile Switching Center

GMSK – Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying

GPRS – General Packet Radio Service

GPS – Global Positioning System

GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication

GSN – GPRS Support Node

HLR – Home Location Register

HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.

IC – Interchange Carrier

iDEN – Integrated Dispatch Enhanced Network

IMEI – International Mobile Equipment Identity

IM – Instant Messenger.

IP – Internet Protocol.

IMSI – International Mobile Subscriber Identity

ITU – International Telecommunication Union

IVRS – Interactive Voice Response System

IWF – Inter Working Function

LBS – Location-Based Services

LCD = Liquid Crystal Display.

LMR – Land Mobile Radio

MC – Message Center

MC – Multi Carrier Mode

MCS – Mobile Cellular System

ME – Mobile Equipment

MIN – Mobile Identification Number

MIRS – Motorola Integrated Radio system

MSC – Mobile Station Class

MSC – Mobile Switching Center

MTS – Mobile Telephone Service

NAMPS – Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone Service

NMT – Nordic Mobile Telephone

NPDB – Number Portability Database

NTACS – Narrowband Total Access Communication Service

PAD – Packet Assembler And Disassembler

PCM – Pulse Coded Modulation

PCN – Personal Communications Network

PCS – Personal Communication Services

PDA – Personal Digital Assistant

PDC – Personal Digital Cellular

PDSN – Packet Data Switched Network

PIN – Personal Identification Number

PUK – PIN Unblocking Key

PM – phase modulation

PM – pulse modulation

PN – Packet Number

PN – pseudorandom noise

PPDN – Public Packet Data Network

PSTN – Public Switched Telephone Network

PTT – Post Telephone and Telegraph

PTT – Push to Talk

QoS – Quality of Service

RAN – Radio Access Network

RNC – Radio Network Controller

SCH – Synchronization Channel

SDMA – Spatial Division Multiple Access

SGSN – Serving GPRS Support Node

SIM – Subscriber Identity Module

SIS – Subscriber Identity Security

SMS – Short Message Service

SMSC – Short Message Service Center

TACS – Total Access Communications System

TCH – traffic channel

TD-SCDMA – Time Division Synchronous Cod…

TDD – Time Division Duplex

TDMA – Time Division Multiple Access

TFT – Thin Film Transistor

TIA – Telecommunications Industry Association

UE – User Equipment

UMTS – Universal Mobile Telecommunication System

UPR – User Performance Requirements

URL = Uniform Resource Locator.

USB – Universal Serial Bus

VLR – Visitor Location Register

VMS – Voice Mail System

WAP = Wireless Application Protocol.

WCDMA – Wideband Code Division Multiple Access

WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network

WWW = World Wide Web.

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