Omnet++ UMTS is a third-generation (3G)broadband process, used for packet-based transmission of text, digitized voice, video, and multimedia at data rates up to 2 megabits per second (Mbps).UMTS stands for Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service.UMTS makes use of WCDMA, a technology that shares much with CDMA network used throughout the world, though it is not compatible with them. Base level UMTS networks are generally capable of downlink speeds as fast as 384kbps.

Advantages of UMTS:

  • High speed internet.
  • Optimized mobility.
  • Video call conferencing.
  • Clear network access strategy.
  • Separate/combined infrastructure/BTS/Antenna system etc.

Architecture of UMTS:


Applications of UMTS:

  • Speech and video telephony applications.
  • N-ISDN applications.
  • Location based service applications.
  • Mobile transactions.
  • Wireless advertising.
  • Business solutions.

Sample code for UMTS using Omnet++