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2 User Needs and Trends Users will expect new dynamic and flexible applications and services that are ubiquitous and available across a range of devices, possibly using a single subscription (or a single identity, number, or address) to access any network. Adaptable communication systems offering customized and ubiquitous services based on diverse individual needs will require flexibility in the technology in order to satisfy multiple demands simultaneously. To satisfy users, work has already begun on the convergence of telecommunication services such as digital broadcasting and commercial wireless services.
To this end, the development and optimization of the above layered and distributed resource management and radio link control algorithms, along with the appropriate middleware, can be conceived. Additionally, methods for spectrum sharing, mode detection, seamless service provision by mode switching, and secure software download in a combination of classical methods, such as mobile radio design and computer science (a very broad term), may be developed. This creates a synergy platform for novel concepts, which can be combined with a full consideration of the real user needs.
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