||A third generation mobile telecommunication system established according to IMT-2000/UMTS standards or standards developed based on these standards.
||A generation containing technologies having more advanced features than standard 4G technology.
||The communication standard planned to be brought to life following current 4G technology.
||Average Revenue Per User
||Average monthly revenue generated per mobile subscriber.
||A fixed transceiver device in each cell of a mobile communications network enabling communication between mobile phones and radio signals within the cell.
||A technique allowing more bandwidth and consequently higher speeds to be obtained by joining frequencies called carriers.
||Dense Wavelenght Division Multiplexing
||Technology that allows a few independent digital information flows to appear on the same optic cable.
||Frequency Division Duplex
||A technique using different frequency bands in sending and receiving processes within communication.
||Fiber to the X
||Access technology carried out using fiber (FTTX service) internet and fiber optic cables.
||Global Mobile Communication System
||This is a digital mobile communication system, standardized by the European Communications Standards Institute and based on digital transmission with roaming and cellular network structure being used in Europe, Japan and various other countries. GSM systems operate at frequency bands of 900 Mhz and 1800 Mhz.
||Groupe Speciale Mobile (GSM) Association
||An association consisting of companies associated with mobile operators and telecommunication to standardize and develop the mobile telecommunications sector.
||Home Location Register
||Central database that contains services of each mobile phone subscriber that is authorized to use the GSM/UMTS network.
||High Speed Packet Access
||Technology established on WCDMA networks to increase package data performance.
||Home Subscriber Server
||Central database that contains services of each mobile phone subscriber that is authorized to use the LTE/VoLTE network. Current implementation is HSS and HLR is converged in a single HSS database, that serves all technologies on a mobile network (2G/3G/4.5G).
||IP Multimedia Subsystem
||Technology enabling audio service to be provided on the internet to fixed and mobile operators, independent from access; and the main audio infrastructure of the LTE network of mobile operators.
||The physical and logical connection of electronic communication networks to each other used by the same or a different operator to enable the communication of users of an operator with the users of the same or a different operator, or access to services provided by another operator.
||The International Telecommunication Union
||An international standardization institution with headquarters in Geneva that determines many standards in telecommunication.
||Long Term Evolution
||Technology capable of reaching very high speeds by joining carriers on the same or different frequency bands.
||Long Term Evolution - Advanced
||A mobile communications standard comprising advanced features such as carrier coupling, which enables mobile broadband speed of over 150 MBps in LTE.
||Machine To Machine
||The general name of technology enabling devices to exchange information and operate without human intervention.
|Main and Midi POP
||Large and medium sized locations containing network equipment positioned nationwide.
||Megabits per Second
||A data transmission speed. 1 Mbps equals 2(20) bpse.
||Multimedia Messaging Service
||A standard specified for advanced wireless terminals enabling the user to send and receive messages containing diverse multimedia content such as images, audio and visual videos with a single transmission in non-real time.
||Network Data center
||A data center where network equipment is positioned.
||Next Generation Mobile Network
||An organization (Next Generation Mobile Networks Association), of which Turkcell is a member, and several operators, suppliers and universities in the world are a part of, giving direction to technology standards and technology producing companies in relation to operator requirements.
||Network Management System
||System and interfaces carrying out network management.
||A call originating from an operator network and ending on the same operator network.
||A mobile communications feature enabling the subscribers of a network to use their own mobile phones and numbers within the coverage area of another operator.
||The entirety of small physical communication devices being the common notation of femtocell, picocell and microcell solutions, providing electronic communications services to subscribed terminal devices in the target location, and having lower output power compared to a base station.
||Short Message Service
||A mobile communication system allowing users to receive and send messages, which can be constituted of both alphabetic and numerical characters of up to 160 characters, to and from mobile phones through a short message service.
||Terabits per Second
||A speed unit symbolizing 10^12 bits passing per second.
||Time Division Duplex
||The technique of using different time zones for sending and receiving processes on the same frequency band in two-way communication.
||Universal Mobile Telecommunications System 900 MHz
||This is the usage of UMTS Mobile technology on a 900 MHz frequency band. Thus, UMTS technology can be used on a frequency band providing high coverage such as 900 MHz.
||The entirety of services enabling different communications devices (switchboard infrastructure, softclient, video conference, messaging) in the lives of corporate customers to be used on a single platform.
||Voice over LTE
||IP based high quality audio technology through a 4.5G network.
||Web Real Time Communication
||Technology enabling real-time communications (audio, video, messaging) services in the operator’s infrastructure to be transmitted to an end user by developing different services on the web.
||Wireless Connection Area
||A standard generated for the transfer of data through wireless cables. Laptops, smart phones, PCs, etc. having a receiver and transmitter of WiFi standards can benefit from wireless broadband internet services.
||Enabling an uninterrupted transition of 3N/4N users to a WiFi network to increase connection performance and user experience.
||Wavelength Switched Optical Network
||Technology, in which automatic wave length routing is performed at an optical level in transmission technology.