High Speed Circuit Switched Data Enhancement of the GSM Network. Thanks to modified channel coding and channel bundling, HSCSD date rates reach up to 57.6 kbit/s.
A technology to support GSM. It increases data throughput up to 14.4 Kbps in a single channel, and up to 57.6 Kbps in aggregated channels.
GSM enhancement enabling data rates of 28 kbps and higher through the combination of multiple time slots.
High Speed Circuit Switch Data
is a specification for data transfer over GSM networks. HSCSD utilizes up to four 9.6Kb or 14.4Kb time slots, for a total bandwidth of 38.4Kb or 57.6Kb. 14.4Kb time slots are only available on GSM networks that operate at 1,800MHz. 900Mhz GSM networks are limited to 9.6Kb time slots. Therefore, HSCSD is limited to 38.4Kbps on 900Mhz GSM networks. HSCSD can nly achieve 57.6Kbps on 1,800Mhz GSM networks.
This is a high speed, multi-slot data communications platform for GSM network.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data is a new data service which offers up to three times the throughput speeds of existing cellular data. See Also: CSD
High Speed Circuit Switched Data is an enhancement to standard GSM networks allowing higher data speeds by combining data slots. Requires support by the network and phone, such as the Nokia card phone.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data. Data transmission over GSM network using circuit-switching technology that employs multiple time slots to carry the data. Its maximum data rate is 57.6 kbps. Compare with GPRS and EDGE.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data. An enhancement to GSM networks that enables data speeds to be boosted from 9.6kbps in multiples up to 57.6kbps, by combining timeslots.
HSCSD is the final evolution of circuit-switched data within the GSM environment. HSCSD will allow data speeds of up to 57.6kpbs, which is comparable to an ISDN B-line. Unlike GPRS, HSCSD establishes a dedicated connection between the parties exchanging data. As it is circuit-switched, it is more suited to applications such as video-conferencing and multi-media, rather than 'burst' type applications such as e-mail, which is more suited to packet-based services.
high-speed circuit-switched data. HSCSD allows wireless data to be sent at a rate of 38.4Kbps (kilobits per second) or more, as opposed to a current GSM speed of 9.6Kbps. This is comparable to the transmission rates of usual modems via fixed telephone networks today.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data. The most important feature of this technology is the increased speed. This makes connection times shorter and the use of current applications more convenient and faster. Data connections can be up to four times faster than earlier, which means that applications such as mobile navigation services using maps and graphics become more attractive. As HSCSD is 'circuit switched', it is more suited to applications such as video conferencing and multimedia than applications that send data in bursts such as e-mail. HSCSD allows wireless data to be transmitted at 43.2 kilobits per second over GSM networks. This is comparable to the transmission rates of usual modems via fixed telephone networks today.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data: dedicated circuit-switched data communications technology for GSM which boosts data throughput up to 14.4 Kbps in a single channel, and by aggregating channels, up to 57.6 Kbps. An asymmetrical service can be offered where, for instance, one channel is allocated for the uplink and several are aggregated for the downlink. HSCSD can provide a fixed bit rate (transparent mode) or a variable one (non-transparent mode). In most cases HSCSD is available to network operators as a pure software upgrade. HSCSD started to appear in some networks in 1999.
Short for High Speed Circuit Switched Data, HSCSD is an enhancement of CSD services of all current GSM networks. Access to data services is 3 times faster at a speed of up to 28.8 kbps. In many networks upgrades will mean that rates of up to 43.2 kbps are achievable meaning faster transmission of MMS and email and quicker access to other online services. HSCSD uses multiple channels to reach these higher data transfer rates.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data is a data transmission technology for mobile communication networks. It is based on the same principle as an ISDN line, i.e. a number of communication channels are bundled together to create a high-performance data transmission channel enabling speeds of up to 57.6 kbps (close to the ISDN standard). more...
High Speed Circuit Switched Data. In the user's point of view the most important feature is the increased speed. This makes connection times shorter and the use of current applications more convenient and faster. Data connections can be up to four times faster than earlier and the use of such applications as mobile navigation services using maps and graphics comes more attractive. As HSCSD is circuit switched, it is more suited to applications such as videoconferencing and multimedia than 'bursty' type applications such as email, which is more suited to packet switched data (GPRS). HSCSD allows wireless data to be transmitted at 43.2 kilobits per second over GSM networks. This is comparable to the transmission rates of usual modems via fixed telephone networks today.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data is an alternative to GPRS. Several GSM timeslots are added together to reach higher transfer rates up to 38,4 Kbps. That does only work, however, if the network has sufficient free capacity. A permanent connection is established for which the user is charged. HSCSD is more suited to video-conferencing and multimedia than for standard applications such as e-mail. It is mainly deployed in Scandinavia, the UK and Hong Kong. In Germany, only D2 and E-Plus offer HSCSD.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data. Circuit-switched wireless data transmission for mobile users at data rates up to 28.8 Kbits, compared to a maximum of only 9.6 Kbits per second using traditional GSM networks.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) is an enhancement of data services (Circuit Switched Data - CSD) of all current GSM networks. It allows you to access nonvoice services at 3 times faster, which means subscribers are able to send and receive data from their portable computers at a speed of up to 28.8 kbps
High Speed circuit Switched Data; a special mode in GSM networks that provides higher data throughput by cocatenating a number of timeslots, each delivering 14.4bit/s, much higher data speeds can be achieved.
A software upgrade for the GSM standard which provides enhanced, cost-effective high speed data services across existing networks.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data Often proposed as a suitable way to broadcast video over mobile systems
High-Speed Circuit Switched Data. Technology that increases the data bandwidth over a GSM network by simultaneously using four time slots. Symmetric data rates of up to 28.8 kbits/s can be achieved.
The High Speed Circuit Switched Data service will allow a GSM mobile the use of a dedicated high speed circuit for data exchange. At present, only one mobile operator in the UK (Orange) offers the use of HSCSD and it operate at 28kbps. The service might offer 56kbps in the future.
A Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) bearer service, already deployed in some networks (notably in Scandinavia, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong). It provides circuit-switched connections at speeds of up to 56 Kbps. This is achieved by channel-bonding time slots to obtain the requested speed. Typically, users will be allowed between two and four time slots in a real-life network. See GSM.
High Speed Circuit-Switched Data - An upgrade to GSM radio interface allowing up to six GSM timeslots to be used by the same device at the same time. Basic GSM supports one voice or 9.6 kbps data (circuit switched data or CSD) call over just one of the eight time slots per 200kHz GSM radio channel. Practically, the system is limited to four time slots per device in each direction, but this still provides a transmission speed up to 38.4kbps over circuit switched GSM. HSCSD is ideal for streamed services such as narrowband video that require a dedicated circuit and that cannot tolerate the bursty nature of packet switched systems.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD). It allows the user to access non-voice services at speeds of up to 28.8 kbps, compared to the usual 9.6 kbps. HSCSD is an enhancement of data services to all current GSM networks.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data. Circuit-switched wireless data transmission for mobile users at data rates of 28.8 Kbytes per second or higher, compared to a maximum of only 9.6 Kbytes per second using traditional GSM networks.
High Speed Ciruit Switched Data affords dramatically increased mobile network bandwidths.
HSCSD is a high-speed, multi-slot datacom platform for GSM networks. It removes the barrier to mobile datacom of low network performance, bringing phone users the same, or even higher, performance than wireline connections. HSCSD could offer data transfer speed up to 43.2 KBPS or higher if combined with compression and filtering products.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data. An enhancement to GSM networks that enables data speeds to be boosted from 9.6 kbps in multiples up to 57.6 kbps.
(High Speed Circuit Switched Data) A circuit-linked technology for higher transmission speeds — up to 57 kilobits per second — primarily in GSM systems.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data. An intermediary upgrade technology for GSM based on circuit-switched technology and enabling data service speed of 57 kbit/s.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) is an evolution of CSD, making it up to six times faster than its predecessor (See CSD).
High Speed Circuit Switched Data - A faster version of CSD (3-4 times faster) that still requires a dedicated connection.
(High Speed Circuit Switched Data System) enables the transmission of data over current GSM networks at speeds up to 43.2 kbps. HSCSD enables such high speeds by using multiple channels.
This is a GSM enhancement which allows access to data services at up to 57.6kbps. The Orange network offers this service in the UK.
HSCSD (High Speed Circuit Switched Data) One of three technology developments along with EDGE and GPRS which provides an upgrade of the GSM networks to improve their data capability. HSCSD increases speed sufficiently for the very basic video transmission and Internet access at rates close to existing fixed line rates. HSCSD did not become commercially available until 2000.
A circuit-linked technology for higher mobile transmission speeds - up to 57 kilobits per second - primarily within GSM networks.
A high-speed transmission technology that enables users to send and retrieve data over GSM networks at transmission speeds between 28.8Kbps and 43.2Kbps (but the norm is generally around 28.8Kbps) by enabling the concurrent usage of up to four traffic channels of a GSM network.
High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) increases the GSM channel data rate up to 14.4 Kbps, through improved compression technologies. By using multiple time slots, the channels can be multiplexed together to offer data rates up to 57.6 Kbps.