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Project MESA

Overview: Project MESA was a collaboration of the Public Protection & Disaster Relief (PPDR) and Peacekeeping sectors formed for the purpose of creating advanced digital mobile broadband standards. The first phase of the project involved creating a common MESA Statement of Requirements (SoR) for Public Safety, covering a harmonized view of Applications and Services based on a very high bit-rate mobile platform, which was then elaborated upon and adopted. The second phase was built on responses to the MESA SoR; it elaborated, approved, and maintained the necessary set of Technical Specifications and Technical Reports for the initial Mobile Broadband System, which comprised: a Mobile Layer 1 (PHY) supporting bit-rates above 2 MBPS; a MESA Core Network Based on the IP v 6 and v 4 and ATM Port access; a Mobile Link Entity (MLE) and ad hoc networking capabilities of self-healing wireless infrastructure nodes; terminals for access to the above; and system and service aspects. *Inactive since 2004

Specifications: Not available

IPR Policy: Not available

Current Status: Inactive

Last Updated: February 12, 2014


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