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					                             CDG, INTERNATIONAL ROAMING TEAM AGENDA
                             November 27-29, 2007 –Montego Bay, Jamaica
                                       Sponsored by: MiPhone

DAY ONE                                                                                         TUESDAY, November 27

 07:00 am Registration in Hanover/Trelawny foyer
 08:00 am                                   CDMA TRAINING – COURSE 1
                              CDMA2000 Concepts for Business Professionals
                                 Taught By: Bill Dahnke, Representing CDG
                                              Located: Hanover
 Audience: This course is designed for non-technical telecommunications professionals with little or no cellular experience who
 desire to learn basic concepts and terminology of wireless communications and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA).

 Registration: Required to receive course material

 Course Description: CDMA2000 is an important wireless technology that can efficiently support a large number of voice users
 while also provide data services such as Internet access, email, ring tone downloads, and camera phone uploads and
 downloads. CDMA2000 advantages include high capacity, longer battery life, and fewer dropped calls. This course provides
 basic, easy-to-understand explanations of how CDMA2000 wireless networks work. Key concepts such as power control,
 handoffs, multiple access technologies, and roaming are provided. The course also provides a high level overview and
 performance comparisons of today’s Third Generation (3G) technologies.

 Objectives: After completion of this course, the student will be able to:

        List characteristics of 0G to 3G systems.
        Describe the cellular concept
        Explain the advantage of digital wireless over analog
        State key advantages of 2G systems compared to 1G systems
        Identify the terms Forward and Reverse Link
        Explain why power control is necessary
        Describe how soft, softer, and hard handoffs differ
        Identify the various 3G standards and state their differences
        Compare and contrast the leading multiple access systems
        Explain conceptually how CDMA2000 1x roaming works
        Explain how registration works in a CDMA2000 system


 12:00pm                                       Lunch – Located in Cornwall
 01:00pm                                      CDMA TRAINING – COURSE 2
                                     1xEV-DO Concepts for Business Professionals
                                      Taught By: Bill Dahnke, Representing CDG
                                                  Located: Hanover
 Course Description: Mobile data is becoming an increasingly important part of the wireless landscape. 1xEV-DO technology is
 enabling wireless operators to provide a diverse set of new offerings such as Voice over IP (VoIP), Video Telephony (VT),
 Internet Access, Email, Push-to-Talk (PTT), and Wireless Network gaming to their customers. These new applications provide
 both differentiation and new growth opportunities for wireless operators. This course provides basic, easy-to-understand
 explanations of how 1xEV-DO wireless data networks work. Internetworking with CDMA2000 networks is also outlined.
 Common terms used in 1xEV-DO technology are defined. Key 1xEV-DO and Internet concepts are also provided.

 Registration: Required to receive course material


 Objectives: After completion of this course, the student will be able to:

        List the major components of a 1xEV-DO network and what they do
        Compare and contrast the key differences between 1xEV-DO Release 0 and Revision A
        List methods used in 1xEV-DO to improve throughput
        List 3 key performance metrics for wireless data systems
        Explain the relationship between VoIP and 1xEV-DO
        Explain the function of TCP, IP, and UDP protocols
        Compare and contrast Simple IP with Mobile IP
        Explain 1x/1xEV-DO hybrid operation


 06:00pm                                          EVENING SOCIAL
                               Co Sponsored by MiPhone and Syniverse Technologies
                                           Located: Oleander Terrace
                           CDG, INTERNATIONAL ROAMING TEAM AGENDA
                           November 26-29, 2007 –Montego Bay, Jamaica
                                     Sponsored by: MiPhone
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DAY TWO                                                                                WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28
 08:00am Meet and Greet
                                                   OPENING PLENARY
                                                    Located: Hanover
 09:00   Co-Chair’s opening remarks – Kim Nittler, IRT Co-Chair, Sprint/Nextel
 09:10   Key Note presentation: Colin Webster, Chief Operating Officer, MiPhone
 09:20   Introductions – General introduction by participants to group
 09:30   Regional overview: Focus topic – Implementing CDMA roaming in the Caribbean
         Moderated by: Ricardo Sarti, Carrier Relations Manager, CDG
          MiPhone: Cherrion Brown, Director International Roaming
          EOCG: John Perry, Chief Executive Officer
          Speednet: Cidar Ramirez, Chief Technical Officer
 10:00                            END OF OPENING PLENARY and MORNING BREAK
                                                ROAMFEST
                                              Located: Trelawny
 10:15 Networking Session – This is your chance to meet everyone in the room. Attendees will be grouped by company
 and have roughly 10 minutes to meet, begin conversations and set up meetings. Once the 10 minutes is up you will then
 switch to meet the next company. Bring lots of business cards as everyone will want one!

 12:00                                              LUNCH
                                    Carrier Only Lunch – Led by Kim Nittler
                                              Located: Cornwall 1
            Presentations from Mapping Vendors
            Notes on Japan’s frequency swap – Kyoko Uchida, KDDI

                                 Vendor Only Lunch – Led by Ricardo Sarti
                                             Located: Cornwall 2
          Discuss vendor involvement action plan
          VOICE AND SMS WORKING GROUP                            PACKET DATA WORKING GROUP
                   Located: Hanover                                   Located: Trelawny

                  Led by: Kyoko Uchida, KDDI                                    Led by: Neal Richardson, TNZ
                   Libby Mackay, Qualcomm                                        And Bryan Cook, Qualcomm
                    Daniel Salek, Qualcomm
 01:30 Welcome, review priorities, agenda, work                  01:30 Welcome, review charter, agenda, status,
 item status: Libby Mackay, Qualcomm                             documents: Neal Richardson, Principal Engineer, TNZ

             Roaming Service Quality Topics                      01:45 Mobile IP resolution implementation
 02:00 Update on Operational Level Agreement #44:                status review: Neal Richardson, Principal Engineer, TNZ
 Kyoko Uchida, KDDI
                                                                 02:00 Finalize EV-DO Rev. A QOS & roaming
 02:10 Finalize Minimum Requirements for Trouble                 work: Bryan Cook, Snr. Staff Engineer, Qualcomm
 Resolution Reporting #87: Daigo Sawamoto, KDDI
                                                                 02:30 Discuss CRIET for PD roaming usage: Bryan
 02:40 Online Roaming Contact Database and                       Cook, Snr. Staff Engineer, Qualcomm
 Implementation Tracker Demo: Libby Mackay,
 Qualcomm                                                        03:00 BREAK

 03:00 BREAK                                                     03:15 Finalize recipe for roaming document: Bryan
                                                                 Cook, Snr. Staff Engineer, Qualcomm
 03:15 Voice Test Plan Task Force Update: Ann Munno,
 VeriSign                                                        03:30 Troubleshooting for packet data roaming:
                                                                 Bryan Cook, Snr. Staff Engineer, Qualcomm
 03:45 CIBER Reject Overview: Forrest Harper, Syniverse
                                                                 04:00 PaDIRT review and goals setting for 2008
 04:10 Billing Specifications #59: Mayuko Sawada and
 Satoshi Shirakawa, KDDI and Robin Thomas, MACH - Cibernet

 05:00                                  WORKING GROUPS ADJOURN for the Day
 06:00                                           BEACH PARTY - Royal Pavilion
                         CDG, INTERNATIONAL ROAMING TEAM AGENDA
                         November 27-29, 2007 –Montego Bay, Jamaica
                                   Sponsored by: MiPhone
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DAY THREE                                                                           THURSDAY, November 29

08:00am Meet and Greet
09:00                                WORKING GROUPS Continued
        VOICE AND SMS WORKING GROUP                     PACKET DATA WORKING GROUP
                Located: Hanover                               Located: Trelawny
               Current Work Items
9:00 Prepaid Roaming Workshop: Daniel Salek,   09:00 Operator presentations:
Qualcomm
                                                        This section involves all operators to discuss the successes,
09:55 Status Reports and Metrics: Libby Mackay,         challenges and outlook implementing packet data roaming
Qualcomm                                                with CDMA. Please come prepared to provide either a
                                                        prepared presentation or a discussion on your experience
                                                        implementing packet data roaming.
              Updates to Past Work Items
10:00 SMS Updates: Daniel Salek, Qualcomm

10:15 Update on Network Based Plus Code Dialing
and *99: Daniel Salek, Qualcomm

10:30 BREAK

10:45 Call for Volunteer Editors for #120 and #44:
Libby Mackay, Qualcomm

                Planning for the Future
10:55 Setting 2008 Priorities: Libby Mackay, Qualcomm

11:35 Feedback from the Seoul Meeting: Libby
Mackay, Qualcomm

11:55 Wrap Up: Libby Mackay, Qualcomm

12:00 Joint VSWG and PaDIRT Session: Introduction of roaming requirements for devices: Bryan Cook
12:15 – 1:00                            LUNCH - Located in Cornwall 1
                                        MARKETING WORKING GROUP
                                            Located: Trelawny

                             Led By: Robin Thomas, MACH-Cibernet
                                Randall Todd, Representing CDG
01:00 Welcome and new Co-lead announcement: Robin Thomas, MACH-Cibernet

01:10 SMS market study: Federico Nienstadt, Representing the CDG

01:25 WorldMode and interstandard – Where are my resources?: Randall Todd, Representing the CDG

01:40 Content and production of the IRT journal: Sara Aab, Qualcomm

01:50 2007 Marketing working group accomplishments: Robin Thomas, MACH-Cibernet

01:55 Setting 2008 priorities and goals for the marketing working group: New Co lead

02:20 Wrap up and close: Robin Thomas, MACH-Cibernet
                                             CLOSING PLENARY
                                              Located: Hanover
02:30   Welcome back: Kim Nittler, IRT Co-Chair, Sprint/Nextel
02:40   CDG update: Federico Nienstadt, Representing the CDG
03:10   Working group updates and plenary approvals: Working Group Leads
03:40   Industry recognition awards: Bill Dahnke, Representing the CDG
04:00   Review of 2007 and goal setting for 2008: Kim Nittler, Sprint/Nextel
04:40   Next meeting logistics notes: Sara Aab, IRT Secretariat, Qualcomm
04:50   Wrap up and close: Kim Nittler, IRT Co-Chair, Sprint/Nextel
05:00                                         IRT MEETING ADJOURNS

				
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